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How to Meet The Locals

How to Meet The Locals

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For those of us who travel a lot, the most enduring memories are often of the people we meet along the way. Remember that hilarious waiter in Rome? Or Mary Murphy, the owner of the B&B in Ireland? The best way to connect easily with locals is to stay in their homes or arange to […]

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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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Five Reasons to Ski Utah

Five Reasons to Ski Utah

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The snow fell early and in great abundance in Utah so far this winter.  Here’s why  I head west to Utah’s ski slopes when the thermometer heads south. 1. Easy access.  As your plane begins its gradual decent into Salt Lake City, it’s obvious: the mountains are so close you know you can be floating through […]

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Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

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When I was a student in Paris, a classmate invited me to her home in the Loire Valley for the weekend. We took the train from Paris and visited the cathedral in Chartres and several castles. February is a cold and damp time in France. I remember the pleasure of entering the kitchen in her […]

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National Geographic: 50 Best Girlfriends Getaways in North America

National Geographic: 50 Best Girlfriends Getaways in North America

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This fun, information-packed guide presents ten categories for women to go with girlfriends, sisters, or mothers. The wide-ranging chapters have something for everyone. “Best City Getaways for Girls Who Just Wanna Have Fun” focuses on San Francisco, Miami, Quebec, New York City, and New Orleans. “Where to Celebrate Big Birthdays” suggests Las Vegas, Northern California […]

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National Geographic: Best Girlfriends Getaways Worldwide

National Geographic: Best Girlfriends Getaways Worldwide

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   Marybeth began writing about women travel over 20 years ago encouraging all women to ‘go for it’ alone, with friends, or groups. She knew her subject well, for she had just returned from two years traveling alone around the world. During this journey she met her future husband, an American, in Katmandu. Her twelve […]

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An Antarctic Voyage is my “Dream of a Lifetime”

An Antarctic Voyage is my “Dream of a Lifetime”

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National Geographic Traveler named the Antarctic one of the “50 Tours of a Lifetime”.  One of the world’s most remote and pristine locations, the Antarctic Peninsula, has been on my dream list for a long time.  It’s not uncommon to have to book a year in advance. This year my husband and I will hit […]

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Hawaii History at a luxury resort is seductive

Hawaii History at a luxury resort is seductive

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When I think of famous, elegant hotels – the Ritz in Paris, the Plaza in New York and the Pera Palas in Istanbul – come to mind. In the Hawaiian Islands a historic property joins the club of  bejeweled, historic hotels, the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on Hawai’i Island. Fifty years of Hawaii history at […]

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Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

Adventure Hiking and Climbing the Comfortable Way

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TIP:  Unless you both love roughing it, select a trip with comfort, great food and activities you both love. During the peak of the wildflower season, we joined a group of hikers with Canadian Mountain Holiday (CMH). Our group ranged in age from 5 to 75 and the majority of us were women. Naturally we […]

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New York’s Neighborhoods: Soho, Noho, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca

New York’s Neighborhoods: Soho, Noho, Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Tribeca

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I visit New York about three times a year, usually alone, on business.  I’m going back to speak at the New York Times Travel Show and will report on new neighborhoods and “finds” soon.  On a recently trip with my twenty-two-year-old daughter we explored new neighborhoods recommended by her friends who live in the Big […]

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