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 Ten travel tips from the Womens Travel Fest

 Ten travel tips from the Womens Travel Fest

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          Last weekend I picked up great travel tips at the sold-out Womens Travel Fest. I had the honor to share the stage with  with Patricia Schultz,  author of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die,  Felicity Aston, the first and only woman in the world to ski across Antarctica alone […]

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Women business travelers safety tips

Women business travelers safety tips

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Women business travelers now constitute nearly fifty percent of all business travel in the United States, holding an annual travel spend of $175B. Excerpt from an interview with  Corporate Traveler’s:                         A guest on the Oprah Show, CNN Travel, and National Geographic Weekend, and […]

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A bit of culture and the best tour at the Sydney Opera House

A bit of culture and the best tour at the Sydney Opera House

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On my last trip to Australia my best tour of the Sydney Opera House was backstage. No doubt you’ve laid eyes on an image of the Sydney Opera House – a waterfront theater topped by semi-circular domes that jut dramatically into the Sydney sky. The opera house is a World Heritage Listed Building, for good […]

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A Local’s Guide to Traveling in Saigon

A Local’s Guide to Traveling in Saigon

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  The past six years of my life have been spent in Southeast Asia—more specifically in Thailand, Cambodia and now Vietnam. Living and working in Saigon gives me a unique perspective on one of the most fascinating cities in the world. I enjoy this city so much. It has amazing architecture, interesting history and a […]

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Best Romantic Spots in San Francisco to Steal a Kiss

Best Romantic Spots in San Francisco to Steal a Kiss

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From sunsets on the beach to expansive views of the city by the bay, here’s some local expertise  on great romantic places to kiss around San Francisco. Here are a few of my favorites. 1. The Marin Headlands  is open space above the Golden Gate Bridge and a perfect place to watch the sunset with […]

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First hour, first day in Europe at the Frankfurt Airport

First hour, first day in Europe at the Frankfurt Airport

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The two weeks before my departure were a whirlwind of activity and emotions: stress, excitement, anxiety, parties, sad goodbyes, painful packing and uncomfortable unpacking.   Great. I can order a beer at age 20 here. My jet lag remedy. I’ve heard some people drink a cold beer in a hot shower to minimize the agonizing […]

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9 Tips on How To Shop Securely

9 Tips on How To Shop Securely

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Contributed by: Andrea Woroch Americans are in love with both shopping and mobile devices, so naturally technology has helped us combine the two. According to a study by IBM Coremetrics, about 15 percent of American consumers who log into e-retail websites this month will do so using a smartphone, iPad, or other mobile device. But […]

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Alaska from sea, air and land

Alaska from sea, air and land

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Alaskan Cruise and Wilderness Lodge Adventure By: Carly Redgers – Adventure Blogger I’ve been fortunate enough in my life to travel the globe. My feet have walked across the desert land of the Middle East, the sandy beaches of the South Pacific and the historical landmarks of Europe. However, out of all my experiences, none […]

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Health Tips for Women Travelers

Health Tips for Women Travelers

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Women, if you’re like me, when planning travel, you’ve got your agenda planned, your wardrobe to match the adventure you are about to embark upon and a child-like smile plastered to your face thinking about the sites you are about to see. Health issues while traveling could put a serious damper on your anticipated plans.  […]

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One Perfect Day in Bangkok

One Perfect Day in Bangkok

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Even after a dozen visits, I still love to spend a day or two in Bangkok between flights. Bangkok is a vibrant metropolis with golden temples, soaring skyscrapers,  royal palaces, and floating wooden boats selling flowers and vegetables, but it also has 10 million inhabitants, traffic gridlock, diesel exhaust, concrete and shopping malls. Here’s my […]

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