Archive for May, 2011

Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in San Francisco

Top 10 Romantic Things to Do in San Francisco

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From our local friends at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf: 1.    Walk, bike, run or skip across the Golden Gate Bridge. 2.    Enjoy a California Sunset Cruise aboard Red and White Fleet 3.    Share a hot fudge sundae at world famous Ghirardelli chocolate 4.    Pack a picnic lunch and bring it on board a rented […]

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Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

Hiking to Heaven: A Hut Trip Above Aspen and Vail

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When you have worn out your shoes, the strength of the shoe leather has passed into the fiber of your body. –Emerson Utterly unlike camping and walking in the woods, your first backcountry hike and hut experience is an initiation into the soul of the high mountains. There’s the thrilling sensation of your heart pounding […]

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Seven Safety Tips – Your Hotel Room – Interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine

Seven Safety Tips – Your Hotel Room – Interview with Cosmopolitan Magazine

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Cosmopolitan called on Marybeth for advice on how its readers could avoid similar trouble. Here’s what she had to say. 1. Ask to be assigned a room above the ground floor, especially if there are sliding glass doors — an entry point offering easier views of and access into your room. Once inside your room, […]

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Top Ten Reasons: Turkey

Top Ten Reasons: Turkey

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From our friends at Thomson Family Adventures: 1) Maybe you’ve been to all the usual places… but Turkey is NOT a usual place. It’s full of more surprises than we can even  tell you about. 2) History. World history was practically invented in Turkey. From the Roman emperor Constantine to the ruins of Ephesus, the […]

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Bond Girls Bike America

Bond Girls Bike America

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Mother’s Day 2010 found me and my daughter JC on a grand adventure for a good cause: biking across America to raise funds and awareness to help fight osteoporosis, which runs in our family and affects millions of American women. Daughter Annalyse trained with us and was along for part of the ride, and goddaughter […]

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Ten Best Gardens to Visit With Mom

Ten Best Gardens to Visit With Mom

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1. Winterthur Garden, Wilmington, Delaware http://gardenblog.winterthur.org/ Before you go, check their garden blog, a resource for garden lovers who want the nitty-gritty details of what’s currently blooming. 2. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, on Biscayne Bay near Miami, Florida http://www.vizcayamuseum.org/ Considered to be the best example of a Renaissance garden in the United States. 3. Dumbarton […]

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Boomers Kick Butt – Technology & Trends

Boomers Kick Butt – Technology & Trends

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As I learned at a summit on “Boomer Consumers” last week in San Francisco, 2011 is a year like no other: Beginning in January, 10,000 Americans will turn 65 every day. An emerging market is already out there, but the technology is unsophisticated, the vendors small. While the potential is great, awareness is low and […]

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Boomers Kick Butt – Statistics, Business & Travel Trends

Boomers Kick Butt – Statistics, Business & Travel Trends

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I was surprised to discover how many Boomers were buying my travel books, communicating to me on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, but of course I’ve featured Gutsy Boomers traveling the world in A Woman’s World, Gutsy Women, and my Girlfriend Getaway books. It turns out this is part of a trend. Last week I joined […]

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