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Travel Life Lesson #2: Feeling Small

Travel Life Lesson #2: Feeling Small

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I’ve stood at the precipitous edge of the Grand Canyon and felt as tiny as a flea. I’ve climbed to the top of Mt. Nimbus in the Canadian Rockies with my daughter and walked across a precarious suspension bridge, feeling dwarfed by the natural wonders around me. I’ve plunged into the paradise blue of the ocean […]

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Where to Eat, Walk and Golf in San Francisco’s Historic Presidio Neighborhood

Where to Eat, Walk and Golf in San Francisco’s Historic Presidio Neighborhood

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Something old and something new in a favorite San Francisco neighborhood, the Presidio.  The historic Presidio Officers’ Club, formerly open only  to military officers, is now a public attraction. After  three-years of intensive rehabilitation work, the wood paneled, chandelier-ed clubhouse has been resorted to it’s grandeur and the roots of its original adobe structure, dating […]

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Historic Hawaiian Hotels

Historic Hawaiian Hotels

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  Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Mauna Kea Beach Hotel History with a twist of luxury is seductive.   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. When I think of  Hawaii two historic properties join the club […]

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The 10 Cities with the Most Pride

The 10 Cities with the Most Pride

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From Miami to Honolulu and every town in between, people are generally very proud of the place they are from. But what makes the citizens of a certain city passionate about it? For one, it has to have character; something that is unique to that city that one won’t find anywhere else. Second, the positive […]

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Gutsy Traveler of the Month: Techie Biker Pedals Across the World

Gutsy Traveler of the Month: Techie Biker Pedals Across the World

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“Nothing quite prepared me for how genuinely tough, wild and desolate Patagonia is. The friendship and solidarity I’ve met on the road astounds me on a daily basis,” recounts Mike Howarth, an e-commerce expert from Yorkshire England, who I met in Antarctica. “A common respect amongst cyclists, an understanding of the battle endured each day […]

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Stockholm Travel Tips

Stockholm Travel Tips

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We wished we had more travel tips about Stockholm when we visited last summer. We quickly discovered that 50% of the city’s area is water and it’s easy to explore the city by boat, bike or on foot. Rent a bike Stockholm is sprinkled over 14 islands, and with its flat bike lanes and constantly […]

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Tips for a Las Vegas Bachelorette Party or Girlfriend Getaways

Tips for a Las Vegas Bachelorette Party or Girlfriend Getaways

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Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas! Famous for the “Las Vegas Bachelorette Party” or more low-key girlfriend getaways, Las Vegas offers it all. Here are tips to make your planning go smoothly.     KISS. Keep it small and simple. You may want to invite all your girlfriends, but be realistic. You will have more fun if the guest […]

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Wolves in Yellowstone in the winter are a hot attraction

Wolves in Yellowstone in the winter are a hot attraction

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We fed the bears marshmallows from the back seat of the family car when I was kid. Cranking down the window a few inches we’d toss leftover peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and sweets to the fat bears who waddled from car to car along the road into Old Faithful. Today visitors search for the […]

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Money, Credit Cards and Debit Cards

Money, Credit Cards and Debit Cards

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I am repeatedly asked for travel tips about how I deal with cash, credit cards and debit cards when I travel.  Here are my top five tips. 1. Plastic Promises Power Bring  plastic and debit cards. Two credit cards, two debit cards. Forget about Travelers’ Checks, They are a hassle to get changed. Fewer and […]

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Soaking up the Sun: Best of Sarasota, Florida

Soaking up the Sun: Best of Sarasota, Florida

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When temperatures drop, I would rather chill on the beach than catch a chill. Growing up in Ohio, we endured the long, cold, grey winters.  For several years we made the two-day car trip to Fort Myers to soak in the sun. Recently I visited Florida’s west coast for a conference and stayed a week to […]

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