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Paris Free Street-Music Festival on the Summer Solstice

Paris Free Street-Music Festival on the Summer Solstice

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Best Free Street-Music Festival in Europe Don’t miss the “Fete de la Musique” on the summer solstice (June 21st) in Paris. The mood is electric and you get a taste of authentic Paris culture and performances of everything from opera, jazz and rock to hip-hop and electronic music. The music starts early afternoon in some […]

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Packing for Paris

Packing for Paris

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Let’s face it, Parisian women are, at least by American standards, always stylish in unusual ways. So when visiting Paris, plan to “dress up” more than you would in other destinations. Packing takes more effort to select neat and fashionable clothes that are also comfortable. How? Pack stylish jeans, which Parisians wear everywhere. If you […]

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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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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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In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

In Fiji, Your Own Island, Barefoot Luxury, and Reefs to Roam

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With over 300 islands set in crystal-clear waters,  palm-fringed white sand beaches, lagoons and coral reefs, relaxation is big in Fiji–although there are loads of activities when you’re in the mood: amazing snorkeling, diving, jet skiing, white water rafting, swimming with manta rays or visiting local villages. I traveled to Fiji with my 16-year-old daughter […]

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Six Ways to Stretch Your Travel Dollars

Six Ways to Stretch Your Travel Dollars

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Whether you’re off on a weekend getaway or a longer trip, you want to keep your money for the things that really matter, not spend it on avoidable expenses. Here are some tips on making your vacation more cost-effective so you have more to spend on the fun stuff. 1. Do a home swap. If […]

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Big Island Big Adventure

Big Island Big Adventure

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As the jet makes its arching descent across Hilo Bay on the Big Island of Hawai’i, we’re mesmerized by the tropical tableau below – translucent blue water fringed with green rolling hills. The couple across the aisle compares the scenery to Ireland. But when my husband and I step off the plane the floral fragrances […]

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Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

Where Is the Riviera Maya–and Why Go?

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For pure alabaster white sand, turquoise-blue water, and a seamless vacation of R&R, you should know about the Riviera Maya; a strip of coastline stretching south from  Cancun, on the Gulf Coast of Mexico, to the Mayan ruins of Tulum.  And, due to the large number of all-inclusive hotels, there are fabulous deals for serious […]

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When planning travel online is a bust – get honest answers from friends.

When planning travel online is a bust – get honest answers from friends.

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Do you ever wonder who writes the reviews on travel sites that rate hotels and restaurants? Here’s a cool new online travel resource that gets around this issue.  Check it out. Gogobot. When all the reviews are “over-the-top” complimentary, I question their credibility. Was this written by employees or friends of the owner? After all, […]

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