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Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Beaune, France: In the Heart of Bourgogne

by Karine Jardin Destination: Beaune. If you have never been here, the ride on the TGV (Train Grande Vitesse = high speed train) from Gare de Lyon is 2 hours from Paris, or by car, take the Auto route de Lyon, to view French scenery in the heart of the Burgundy vineyards. Depending on what

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

A Sun-Sational Sensory Escape on Florida’s Treasure Coast – Costa d’ Este Beach Resort

A special find awaits the weary soul in need of a restful retreat and the healing powers of the sun and sea. Travel just a few hours by car – 3 hours north of Miami and 2 hours east of Orlando – to the lovely town of Vero Beach to experience Costa...

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

St. Simons Island Discoveries – Coastal Georgia

My love affair with St. Simons Island, Georgia is renewed with each visit. Living the island life is about exploration & experimentation. Here are a few delightful “Off the Beaten Path” Recommendations: Sandcastle Cafe & Grill – Local DIVE Extraordinaire for...

Saturday, January 1st, 2011

Destination Review: Port St. Joe, Florida: Scallops, Music & More

Florida’s late summer weather can often be unpredictable; a passing storm or shower may shake up your vacation plans. But the Florida Scallop & Music Festival is a guaranteed crowd pleaser – rain or shine. A little...

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Destination Review: Lux Vegas Sizzles

Summer in San Francisco is so counter-intuitive. As an East-coast transplant, it still feels weird to spend most of the June and July bundled up in sweats, reduced to breaking out the self-tanner for a little fake...

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Destination Review: : Richochet Ridge Ranch in Northern California

by Linda Ballou “Shorten your rein, grab mane, prepare to canter,” came from the plucky Lari Shea, owner of Richochet Ridge Ranch. Mounted on a Black Beauty double named Rascal, this petite lady leads countless horse treks...

Monday, March 1st, 2010

Part Two: The Birth of Tourism in El Salvador

by Allison Neves Continuing where Part One left off: When we arrived in San Salvador in May of 2007, the changes and improvements made since my last visit in 1995 were readily apparent. The city had a...

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