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Category: Travel Planning

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Bringing Everyone Along: Traveling with Family During the Holidays

Family and holidays go together like peach cobbler and vanilla ice cream, but sometimes it’s not so sweet. Long car rides and chaotic trips to the airport can take a toll on even the most experienced travelers. Take a deep breath, our travel advisors are here to help you relieve the stress. We’ve created this list of tips to help you travel with your … Read More Bringing Everyone Along: Traveling with Family During the Holidays

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The Top 8 Romantic Destinations for LGBTQ Couples

Are you and your partner ready for the ultimate vacation? There are so many beautiful and exciting places around the world that host incredible experiences and inclusive communities. Our travel experts put together a list of the top 8 romantic getaways for LGBTQ couples, so you and your bae can be free to enjoy your vacation. Let’s dive in! #1 Puerto Vallarta, México Puerto … Read More The Top 8 Romantic Destinations for LGBTQ Couples

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How To Travel Solo When You Don’t Want To Travel Solo

If you have ever planned a group vacation that has fallen through you know the frustration of many travelers that want to go to one of those wonderful places that make up our great world but can never find even one person to go with. Prior to starting my travel agency, I worked as an attorney for a company that had a very generous … Read More How To Travel Solo When You Don’t Want To Travel Solo

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Snuggle up to these amazing and romantic island getaways

Whether you’re planning a proposal or you’re looking to rekindle the spark in a long-term relationship, there’s nothing quite like a beach to bring out the romantic in us. Here are five places — for all kinds of tastes — where you can sit, sip, swim, hold hands, and just take in the majesty of big water:  You are probably saying, Tammy, Belize is … Read More Snuggle up to these amazing and romantic island getaways

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Checking off your travel bucket list

One of my bucket list goals is to attend all four of the Tennis Grand Slam events (Australian Open, Wimbledon, French Open, and the US Open). As I write this article, I have only attended one. Not for lack of trying, the Grand Slam events are at a set time of year and I always find myself committed to something else or just plain … Read More Checking off your travel bucket list

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Five things you need to know about travel insurance

With everything that is going on with I think it is important to review the basics of travel insurance.  Even the most seasoned travelers sometimes feel confused about travel insurance — what’s out there, what it covers, whether or not they need it. While coverage and policies vary from state to state, of course, here are some basics of travel insurance to get you … Read More Five things you need to know about travel insurance

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There’s no place like home

The image that came to mind when I first heard “bed and breakfast” was one of an old house filled with antiques, soft four-posted beds, a wandering cat or an old sleepy dog on the property, maybe run by a sweet elderly couple, basically something that you would see in a movie.  While this image certainly has its own kind of rustic charm, it should … Read More There’s no place like home

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Tips for creating the perfect getaway

A key part of how I work is getting to know the travelers that contact me. My philosophy is it’s your vacation so it should be about finding a destination, accommodations, and activities that suit you.​I am my own worst client because I want to go everywhere however the the tricks I discuss below helped me clarify where I want to go and I … Read More Tips for creating the perfect getaway