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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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Woman to Woman in Marrakech

Woman to Woman in Marrakech

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Learning to shed extra baggage is a mother’s dilemma. My career involves frequent travel and often for extended periods, making me  vulnerable to self-doubt and guilt.  I questioned about my role as a parent. Was I a good mother? A good enough mother? Was my babysitter the best available? Did my husband resent the extra […]

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Celebrate the love of life in wine country of California

Celebrate the love of life in wine country of California

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A place to celebrate the love of life in the heart of Alexander Valley   There is still room at the table on the terrace overlooking the vineyards of Alexander Valley at the newly opened   Francis Ford Coppola Winery restaurant near Geyserville. The 88-acre property of rolling land includes sustainably farmed vineyards and embraces bucolic […]

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Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

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  We find ourselves laughing more than we have laughed in years. We experience a camaraderie that’s sometimes missing from their daily lives. We  talk, eat or drink too much and  return to our  their day-to-day lives with more strength, self-confidence and self-worth. I’ve written two books on this subject and through my own experiences […]

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Adventure Travel from Zip Line to Biking and Heli-Hiking.

Adventure Travel from Zip Line to Biking and Heli-Hiking.

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Travel Expert, Marybeth knows how to add an adrenaline rush to every vacation.  My motto is “active days and comfortable nights” with a dash of adrenaline for the thrills.  Here are my favorites from Europe, Canada and beyond. In the Swiss Alps I stepped into a safety harness connected to a zip line and  whizzed […]

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Black Truffles from Perigord, Tuscany and YES – Australia.

Black Truffles from Perigord, Tuscany and YES – Australia.

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  Aroma and the sweet taste of Perigord Truffles…and YES…from Australia. Expensive little fungi that the ancient Romans and Greeks though were an aphrodisiac. Well, I’m in good company; Louis XIV and Napoleon were also extremely fond of them. Black Truffle Cultivation Unlike the Italian white truffles, black truffles have been cultivated for decades. Cultivation […]

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Best of the Baltic: The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia

Best of the Baltic: The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia

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Ten Best Travel Books for Adventurous Professional Travelers. France. Italy.

Ten Best Travel Books for Adventurous Professional Travelers. France. Italy.

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“Books to spark your wanderlust for travel to France, Italy and beyond,” was the subject of an interview I recently did with PBS (Public Broadcasting Service).   What do you think of the ten best books I recommended? France: A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway,  La Seduction by Elaine Sciolino. The Piano Shop on the Left […]

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A Dangerously Sweet Chocolate Festival in Florence

A Dangerously Sweet Chocolate Festival in Florence

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The pension where we students live provides breakfast and lunch, but not dinner, so most nights we eat at typical three course Italian meal at a restaurant; pasta, meat and a dessert. After inhaling such a large meal, we usually stroll around Florence. Last week we stumbled upon the famous Chocolate Festival in Piazza della […]

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