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Travel to Cuba: My Flipboard

What do you think of when your think about travel to Cuba? Do you think about the 50-plus years of political history surrounding the U.S. embargo of history? Do you think about the islands and archipelagos that makes up the country of Cuba? Do you think about how Havana was, at one time, the weekend […]

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Orient Beach, St. Martin

Earlier this year, while on a Royal Caribbean cruise on board the Oasis of the Sea, we had a port of call in St. Martin/Sint Maarten. The island is owned by two nations – France, which owns around 60% of the island, and the Netherlands, which owns about 40% of the island. During our port […]

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Tuesday Deal Day: 30% Discount at Las Brisas, Mexico

Cancun beach

If winter weather has you dreaming about the sun, and your budget demanding you get the most value for those hard earned dollars, a little fun in the sun might not be a pipe dream. The Las Brisas Hotel Collection invites travelers to enjoy a 30% discount with its Mexico Holiday Breeze Package. The package […]

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Tuesday Deal Day: Storm Watching Season at Wya Point Resort

Wya Point Resort, Vancouver Island BC

Wya Point Resort, Vancouver Island’s new year-round eco-luxury destination, invites guests to experience storm watching season with its West Coast Adventure package. Tucked into a lush coastal rainforest next to an exclusive beach, the Ucluelet, BC resort offers a two-night stay in a rustic ocean side yurt, along with adrenaline-pumping surfing and a boating excursion […]

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Postcard from Toronto

Toronto Night TBEX

A week in Toronto for TBEX, followed by a couple of days to rest up and do some sightseeing and tasting. More posts to come on my stay, so a postcard will have to do for today.

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A Guide to Professional Sports in Toronto

Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto

You may not necessarily think of Toronto as a city with a rich sports culture, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth! Toronto has had a sports team of some sort since the 1800s with the Granite Club, Royal Canadian Yacht Club, Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club, the Argonaut Rowing Club, and the […]

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How to Get Married in Mexico

Cancun-infinity-pool

Destination wedding are on the rise, and brides and grooms (and their familiies) look for ways to combine a special destination with their special event, and often roll their honeymoon into that same destination as well.  Mexico, despite going through some troubling times, still remains popular for destination weddings, probably because of its beautiful weather […]

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3 South American Tours to Rio & Beyond

Christ-the-Redeemer-statue-in-Rio-de-Janeiro-Brazil

We’ve been featuring Central and South America over on The Travelers Way this month, and it’s gotten me thinking about the warm weather south of the border.  I’ve enjoyed my visits to Central and South America and count Costa Rica, Panama, and Cartagena, Columbia as some of my most memorable trips. But I know that […]

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Kid Perfect Spa Treatments at Four Seasons Whistler

Four Seasons Resort Whistler

I’m always impressed with promotions that Four Seasons Seattle offers, so I went looking to see what some of their sister properties were cooking up for the remaining days of summer.  Just up I-5 a few hours, the Spa at Four Seasons Resort Whistler is offering kid-perfect spa treatments. OK, at first I thought this […]

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Pre-Columbian Archaeology in Chan Chan, Peru

Chan Chan adobe ruins Peru

    When it comes to Pre-Columbian artifacts, Peru is awash in them, and probably nowhere more so than Chan Chan, the largest Pre-Columbian city in South America.  The archaeological site, locate near Trujillo, dates back to the 9th century when it was built by the Chimu as the imperial capital.  At one time over […]

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Five Fun Facts for Friday: Mall of America, Minnesota

The Mall of America features 520 stores featuring leading designer brands and no sales tax on clothing or shoes, the largest U.S. indoor theme park and many other leading family attractions, 50 restaurants, over 400 free annual events, two luxury on-site hotels, miniature golf, indoor zip line, and much, much more

The Mall of America is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017. About one billion people from around the world have […]

Enter to Win: Universal Orlando Resort Package

  UPDATE:  The contest has ended and Yulia (@thefoodiemiles) is the winner of this great Universal Orlando Resort vacation package. […]

Splish Splash: A Review of Volcano Bay at Universal Orlando Resort

Last month I attended the media preview as well as the Grand Opening of Universal Orlando Resort’s new water theme […]

5 Fun Facts for Friday: Irvine, California

Irvine, California, is located in the center of Orange County, just 45 miles south of Los Angeles and 90 miles […]