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A Month of Christmas in Medellin Colombia
Love Christmas, but don’t like the snow and ice? I’ve found the perfect place to revel in the season’s lights, color, music and good will – and December is summer there. It’s Medellin’s Festival of Christmas Lights.
How to Choose a Mediterranean Cruise
Cruising to southern Europe’s Mediterranean and Adriatic ports can combine once-in-a-lifetime experiences with luxury travel as your cruise ship hops between islands and ports like Venice, Sardinia, Capri, Cyprus, Nice and Barcelona.
Book Review – Life is a Trip
Sometimes reading a good book about someone else’s travels is as much fun as going yourself. In Judith Fein’s new book, "Life is a Trip", there’s the added appeal of a take-away in each adventure.
Candlelight Dinner at Geneva on the Lake
What a treat it is when a place gets everything right. Dinner on the terrace of Geneva on the Lake lived up to everything we expected from this fabled luxury villa in New York’s Finger Lakes.
Atkinson Resort - Warmth and Comfort in NH
The words “warmth” and “resort” don’t, in my experience, tend to come in the same breath. By their nature, resorts offer a multitude of facilities and activities to a multitude of people, and the warmth of a B&B is just not possible. I learned differently last weekend at the Atkinson Resort
Park City Utah’s Kimball Arts Festival
It’s hard to get too much of a good thing when it’s an overload choice of all the arts and in a glorious mountain setting with perfect summer weather.
Villa las Tronas – An Opulent Mediterranean Villa
The original owners entertained the vacationing Italian royal family at Villa las Tronas and we felt like royalty ourselves, from the moment we stepped inside this Sardinian retreat.
San Lucas Toliman – A Guatemalan Success Story
Those of us who can afford to travel, can afford to give back. And those of us who enjoy the many rewards of travel in developing countries know just how important it is that we do.
Monte do Casal – Luxury in Portugal’s Algarve
Drive just a few miles inland from the golden sun-drenched beaches and it’s an altogether different Algarve. That’s where we found Monte do Casal, a luxurious and welcoming hide-away amid cool leafy gardens.
Shipping Luggage Ahead Saves Money and Trouble
Using a courier service to send your luggage ahead was once an expensive luxury. Now that most airlines are charging for all checked luggage, it has become a viable alternative.
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