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We’ve got your guide to beer fest celebrations across the country that will herald in Labor Day and the end of summer vacations. It’s been a blistering hot summer, so what better way to celebrate the last long weekend of summer than to cool off with some friends while downing some refreshing craft brews. Labor […]
Good News – It’s not too late to plan a red hot summer getaway in a cool New England town. The folks at the “Inn Crowd” (New England Inns and Resorts) have just announced a bevy of great end-of-summer discounts at distinctive New England Inns in some of the most desired vacation locations. These […]
So you’d like to know how to be a travel writer and roam the world on an endless adventure? Well, who wouldn’t want to visit exotic destinations (often by invitation) with nothing more important to do than turn its splendor into words for others to enjoy. If you’ve always fantasized about being a Travel Writer […]
You can’t get a more inviting and refreshing cocktail than the famous Bob Marley Cocktail served at Secret’s Resorts in Jamaica. Speaking from first-hand experience, they are worth traveling for! But…. if you can’t jet off to the wonderful Secret’s Resort in Jamaica, CLICK HERE FOR THE RECIPE! Thanks Secrets – can’t wait to visit […]
Just in time for the start of summer, here are two new programs that provide free military passes to attractions in the USA. The US Government through the National Parks Service and Bureau of Lands Management is offering free annual passes for Active Duty Military and their dependents. The passes will allow for free entry […]
I’ve just completed a journey to ‘The Happiest Kingdom on Earth” (Bhutan in the Himalaya mountains) courtesy of Radio Shangri-La, a terrific book to add to your summer reading list. Lisa Napoli, a public radio broadcaster in Los Angeles, is rescued from an unfulfilled life by an invitation to spend 6 weeks in Bhutan assisting […]
Say it ain’t so. The Netherlands who have led the way in tolerance for drug use in public places have taken the first step toward curbing the ever-growing pilgrimage of (young) travelers to the infamous ‘coffee shops’ of Amsterdam. A judge today upheld the government’s plan to restrict the purchase of marijuana to residents only. […]
Hey what are you doing next weekend? It’s about time that you dusted off your golf clubs and headed out of some a crisp clear morning to play a round. We have good news – it’s opening day at the Bethel Inn Country Club in Bethel Maine, and to celebrate the early opening of the […]
Have you ever watched an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and wished you were sitting in that red Camaro riding along with Guy Fieri, nibbling and chatting your way down the road? Or perhaps you’ve watched a PBS special and fantasized about exploring a wilderness region with the host. Well perk up…. there’s a […]
10 reasons the Underground River in Palawan in the Philippines is an unforgettable destination. Aside from the fact that the island of Palawan is renowned as one of the most famous tourist destinations in the Philippines because of its many attractive beaches, it also houses the recently awarded New Wonder of the World: the Underground […]
The James Hotel New York, Soho’s latest urban chic hotel, is bringing in-room amenities to a whole new level! The James wants you to be able to sip a delicious designer cocktail right in the privacy of your own room while you gaze out at the sparkling New York skyline, with their new “in-room mixology […]
Here it is a few weeks since our stay at The Esmeralda Resort on the French-side of St. Martin, and I’m still feeling it’s relaxed vibe. This hotel is a fantastic choice for folks who want to slip away for a peaceful vacation that’s only steps away from the excitement of Orient Beach.
Apparently I’m not the only one to think a day without massive traffic congestion and pollution in the middle of Los Angeles would be a good thing! On Sunday, April 15th, L.A. will morph into the longest and largest street fair in the United States. More than 10 miles of downtown LA strets will be […]
I’m just back from a great trip to St. Maarten where I experienced BOTH of the popular Sonesta Hotels; the Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and the Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort. (Both on Dutch side). The Sonesta Maho Beach Resort and Casino is conveniently located right next to the airport – you’ll be checking in minutes after clearing customs. The hotel has a city feel, although once inside the resort, you’ll find all the tropical amenities you would expect from a beach resort.
Have you ever had a winter hibernation hangover? Mysterious aches and pains, tired muscles and the inability to get out of bed without four or five hits to the snooze button are all symptoms of this condition. It’s brutal. But there’s a cure that will have you feeling refreshed and it doesn’t require a doctor’s […]
As we pull close to Antigua, here finally are the aquamarine waters that I associate with Caribbean waters. We’re supposed to be docking in the port of Falmouth, known for the multimillion dollar yachts anchored in the gorgeous bay, but the swell is too high and we have to continue on to St. John’s. […]
We’ve all had a great day in Iles des Saintes and are looking forward to the short sail over to Guadeloupe. Guadeloupe is a volcanic island shaped like a butterfly. The larger western side has high peaks and dense rainforests and is an important agricultural growing region in the Caribbean. The eastern ‘wing’ is primarily […]
We had a blissfully calm sail from Dominica to Ile des Saintes, a collection of 8 small islands off the coast of Guadeloupe. All hands were on deck to watch our approach into the beautiful protected bay. I had no familiarity with this destination, and it’s obvious luxury yatchers have been keeping it a secret […]
Anchored off Charlestown early on Sunday morning, we were thrilled to see Nevis’ peak was in full view and not wreathed in clouds as is so often the case. Phillip, our cruise director, cautioned that Nevis is a sleepy little community on an average day, and Sundays are even quieter.
Last winter Clint and I were gazing out to sea at sunset from a funky beach bar on St. Kitts. Off in the distance was the most beautiful sailing ship gliding majestically through the bay with soft sunlight reflecting off its billowing sails. Right then and there I knew I had to get on that ship! A bit of detective work determined that the gorgeous 4 masted schooner was one of Star Clipper’s sailing ships and you guessed it… this winter we went sailing with Star Clipper on a journey through the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. Join me on this memorable journey: