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Regent Seven Seas Cruises
by Diana Miller on February 08, 2010
I had the pleasure of sailing on the Navigator from Venice to Athens visiting Korcula, Croatia, Santorini, Mykonos, Kusadasi Turkey and Athens Greece - 7 days total.I really enjoyed the small ship atmosphere (490 guests) and the casual yet elegent feel on board. The crew was always friendly, professional and knowledgeable. You felt welcome and comfortable. The food was great and service the best. They do a great job with the shore excursions, you can book what they offer or they have a great...
Jamaica - One Love
by Rena Harris on February 08, 2010
Come and feel the spirit of Jamaica and you will understand why the song says, one love, one heart, let's get together and feel alright! Jamaica is located in the Caribbean approximately 90 miles south of Cuba. Jamaica, used first by the Ta?no inhabitants who settled the region around 2000 BC, means Land of Springs. Tano history, culture and island hospitality, is clear in today's island setting.I have visited this island more than 15 times. This island is one of the premier islands to have a...
Divas and Dudes Getaway
by Dot Smay on February 02, 2010
The Westin St. John is putting a new spin on the bachelor and bachelorette parties for the newlyweds to be. It's called the "Divas and Dudes Getaway".  It is designed especially for the engaged couple and their friends.  The group packages include credit towards spa pampering or watersports, daily dining credits and fun group activites such as co-ed bobbong for beers and sodas. The bachelor and bachelorette have their favorite drink renamed in honor of them for the day. ...
Iceland for free, well almost
by Howard Lewis on February 01, 2010
I am currently booking clients on a trip to Germany and we were shopping for fares. The least expensive was 1189.00 out of Portland. I offered Iceland Airs new service out of Seattle. Not only was it less but they have decided to stop off in Iceland on the way home for 3 nights. As a result, their new fare is 813.50. Their savings on the fare has given then an additional side trip holiday that they probably would never have thought to explore otherwise. Two trips for the price of one.  ...
Extra benefits of tighter security
by Alison Smith on February 01, 2010
This article from the LA Times caught my eye.  There are some unintentional benefits of the tighter security~Tighter airport security credited with reducing baggage theft.Baggage complaints dropped by about 25% in the first 11 months of 2009, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, and tighter airport security might be one reason for the decline. Advanced screening devices have reduced the need for human contact with passengers' luggage, and increased surveillance equipment...
Harry Potter at Universal Orlando
by Dot Smay on January 29, 2010
I just saw this great article about the new Harry Potter attraction that is coming to Universal Orlando.  Check it out!! Sounds like a great time for all you wizard followers.Universal Orlando Previews Wizarding World of Harry Potter"Universal Orlando Resort and USA Today have partnered to provide the first-ever augmented reality map of the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park experience at Universal Orlando Resort. With just a computer, webcam and the newspaper, viewers...
Harry Potter coming to Universal Orlando
by Alison Smith on January 29, 2010
This article caught my eye.  This new attraction will open in the spring of 2010.  Sounds like fun!Universal Orlando Previews Wizarding World of Harry PotterVisitors to the Ollivanders wand shop at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, for example, will step into one of the most iconic scenes from the bestselling Harry Potter books and blockbuster feature films. With the assistance of a live actor, along with special effects, guests of Ollivanders will get to experience the same type of...
Smithsonian Journeys
by Joey Hays on January 28, 2010
For 35 years, Smithsonian has tapped its resources, developed unique travel itineraries, and assembled the experts for the sole purpose of providing exciting educational travel experiences. As the largest, most diverse museum-based educational travel program in the world, their commitment to excellence is unrivaled. Smithsonian Journeys is a product that exemplifies their dedication to discovery.One-size-fits-all has never quite worked out for anyone or for anything. Smithsonian Journeys uses...
Queen of the West
by Dot Smay on January 28, 2010
The Pacific Northwest Aboard Queen of the West American Cruise Lines is pleased to announce it will start operating 7-night itineraries aboard the recently acquired Queen of the West, on the Columbia and Snake Rivers in  August 2010. Queen of the West, a 120-passenger, U.S. flagged cruise ship, is currently the only authentic paddlewheel over-night passenger vessel operating in North America. The ship now joins American Cruise Lines’ newest fleet of cruise ships in the industry....
St. Lucia
by Shirley Tack on January 26, 2010
-- Boiling mud pots, rain forests, and a drive-in volcano.All that and spectacular beaches, too, on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia, which promises a lot more than your typical resort getaway. With a culture that has borrowed from both the British and French -- the small island midway between Martinique and St. Vincent changed hands some 14 times before finally gaining independence in 1979. Less than 200,000 people live on this little bit of paradise -- only about 27 miles long and less than...

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