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Top Family Travel Spots on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Top Family Travel Spots on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

| November 18, 2015

Ocean City, Maryland, offers peerless caramel apples, not to mention an awesome boardwalk and beach! (Chip Ward)   Sure, Maryland is home to some of America’s most beautiful beaches, but on a road trip across the Eastern Shore you’ll also encounter cool small towns, forward-thinking cuisine, and some funky off-the-beaten-path must-sees. By Darley Newman, I recently […]

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How To Survive A Multi-Generational Family Vacation

How To Survive A Multi-Generational Family Vacation

| October 25, 2015

It can be very stressful to take a vacation with family members of all ages that include toddlers, teens and grandparents. But with a little planning ahead you can survive it. Here are 3 simple tips that might make your vacation a little less stressful.

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Yellowstone National Park – Still Our Old Faithful

Yellowstone National Park – Still Our Old Faithful

| October 19, 2015

Yellowstone was the first National Park to be created anywhere in the world. It is huge in area – 63 miles north/south and 54 miles east/west as the crow flies.

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Time To Travel: New Study Reveals Americans’ Attitudes Towards Vacations

Time To Travel: New Study Reveals Americans’ Attitudes Towards Vacations

| October 16, 2015

Isn’t it time to make travel a priority?  Time to trade in travel dreams for memories?  Time to exchange “have-tos” for “must-sees?”  Globus recently asked Americans these very questions (and more). The results?  Surprising!  Unlike similar studies that have placed a spotlight on Americans’ vacation deficit, Globus’ NEW “Time to Tour” survey*indicates that we favor […]

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Holland America Line’s Seattle-centric strategy

Holland America Line’s Seattle-centric strategy

| October 16, 2015

Holland America Line has launched a campaign to promote itself as Seattle’s hometown cruise line. It’s a smart move that dovetails with an increasing emphasis on local as well as national marketing of cruise brands. HAL won’t be advertising itself that way in Omaha or San Antonio, said President Orlando Ashford. But the greater Seattle […]

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Glamping In The Wilderness Of Vancouver Island

Glamping In The Wilderness Of Vancouver Island

| October 14, 2015

We all remember camping when we were kids. Even today, as adults, we still pack the tent, cooler and bottle of wine, for a romantic weekend in the wilderness.

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The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

The Ultimate Short Break – Boatshed Weekender

| October 8, 2015

There are many creative ways to vacation, from glamping it up in luxury tents in the wilderness, to hanging from a tree in a sphere overlooking nature.

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Keeping Your Pets Happy

Keeping Your Pets Happy

| October 6, 2015

If you’re a pet owner, and you travel a lot, or work, it can sometimes be difficult and expensive to have your pets taken care of while you are away.

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How To Taste Wine Like A Pro

How To Taste Wine Like A Pro

| October 2, 2015

If you’re a wine lover like me you probably do just what I do when seeking out a good wine, you go by personal taste. But there is a more accurate way of recognizing a good drop of wine.

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Jacob’s Creek Classic Chardonnay

Jacob’s Creek Classic Chardonnay

| September 6, 2015

Living in Seattle Washington hasn’t stopped me from enjoying my favorite wine, Jacob’s Creek, Chardonnay, from my hometown of Adelaide in South Australia.

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