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Solo Travel is Easy and Rewarding

Solo Travel is Easy and Rewarding

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Have you ever wanted to see a Broadway play in New York City, take a road trip to see the fall foliage,  or splurge on a vacation to Paris, but couldn’t find anyone to go with you?  Solo travel is the answer! I can imagine what you’re thinking. You’ll be lonely, isolated, it’s dangerous, and […]

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How to Survive Long Flights

How to Survive Long Flights

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Over the years I’ve learned some tips to help survive long domestic or international flights. The key is a combination of activity, water and sleep. Here are my travel-tested tips (and those of several flight attendants), to help you arrive feeling and looking good. Wear loose-fitting clothing, shoes and socks. Your best bet is comfortable […]

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Myanmar: Photos, Reflections and Tips

Myanmar: Photos, Reflections and Tips

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When I  traveled to “Burma”   for the first time, an iron-fisted militant government ruled and people were suffering from the horrors of one of the longest running civil wars in history. Myanmar has been slowly emerging from a prolonged era of isolation and repression with new freedoms of expression, a new Constitution and elections. […]

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An Oasis of Calm and Luxury in Las Vegas

An Oasis of Calm and Luxury in Las Vegas

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I’m going to get to the good part right away and tell you to get the salted mini pretzels. Order whatever drink you like, try all the wonderful small plates, but do not leave PRESS at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas without trying the salted mini pretzels. PRESS PRESS is new a little bar […]

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Ten Most Romantic Travel Destinations

Ten Most Romantic Travel Destinations

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All destinations are not created equal. Picking the right location for natural beauty, relaxation, superb dining and stunning sunsets can make a difference when you’re falling in love or recharging your relationship. Tips: Buy a rose, pull off the petals and sprinkle them across the bed. Pack a luxurious bubble bath and fill the tub with […]

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Kick up Your Heels in Canada’s Festival City – Edmonton

Kick up Your Heels in Canada’s Festival City – Edmonton

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I put down my blanket and settled into the grassy hillside of the ski resort in Edmonton Canada with fellow folk music lovers. We were old and young, mellow and magnanimous.  My spirit soared to the music of Arlo Guthrie and Dougie MacLean – one of Scotland’s biggest stars and creator of the music for […]

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Sundance: A Little Resort That’s Big on Rustic Charm

Sundance: A Little Resort That’s Big on Rustic Charm

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For some people, the word “Sundance” conjures images of Robert Redford in the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a mail-order catalogue, a film festival, or a cable channel. To me, however, Sundance equals a majestic mountain retreat—nestled at the foot of a ski mountain in a grove of aspen trees. Intimate, unpretentious and […]

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New York City Travel Deals for the Frugal Traveler

New York City Travel Deals for the Frugal Traveler

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Is it possible to visit New York without breaking the bank?Here are  cheap and chic hotel suggestions and alternative sightseeing activities that are both fun and affordable!   New York City’s average daily room rate in 2012 was a whopping $290, according to NYC & Company, New York City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization. […]

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The Best of Napa (When You Abandon Your Diet)

The Best of Napa (When You Abandon Your Diet)

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  “The Gourmet Mile” in Yountville, a small town with a big reputation for exceptional cuisine and extraordinary wine. Located in the heart of Napa, about an hour drive from San Francisco, the dining tables of some of America’s most celebrated chefs are within walk distance of one another. In fact, Yountville boasts more Michelin-starred […]

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Ten Tips for Planning a National Park Vacation

Ten Tips for Planning a National Park Vacation

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My parents saved all year for our summer family vacations.  Mom, dad and four kids piled into the station wagon and we headed west from Ohio to Wyoming, Arizona and California. There is no better way to have an appreciation of our own country and our Wild West History than to visit America’s National Parks. […]

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