Following in Royal Footsteps African Safari |

Following in Royal Footsteps – African Safari

A 25-year-old Englishwoman was having the time of her life zipping around the majestic landscapes of Kenya outside of Nairobi, a world entirely apart from the formal meetings and galas she was accustomed to back in London. The year was 1952, and Princess Elizabeth and her husband Philip were lost in a timeless world of […]

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Forget everything you know about beaches | Pacific Northwest |

Forget Everything You Know About Beaches!

Forget everything you know about beaches. The coastlines of the Pacific Northwest are a world away from the flat, expansive sands of your typical beach getaway. From the wild, rainforest-shielded shores of Washington state, to the otherworldly sea-stacks of the Olympic Peninsula and Cannon Beach, to the misty Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and on down the […]

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Off the Beaten Path in the Bahamas |

Off the Beaten Path in the Bahamas

The Bahamas is filled with opportunities to explore the sun and sand. And there are so many ways to see the world, from exploring on your own to exploring via a cruise with its own islands. One fun way to explore is through the national parks of the area.

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Great Passion Play Eureka Springs |

Passion in Eureka Springs, The Greatest Story Ever Told

When you think of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, words like “extraordinary” and “Ozarks” may come to mind. If “Passion” isn’t near the top of that list, it really should be! The phenomenal Passion Play is a major attraction in the area, and in fact Eureka Springs is the perfect stage for “The Greatest Story Ever Told.”

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2018 awaits |

2018 Awaits — Are YOU Ready?

If you are still adjusting to writing 2017, then it may come as a surprise to you that this year is already more than 1/3 over. While you still have plenty of time to make travel plans for this year’s adventures, you should know that NOW is the best time to start planning for 2018. […]

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Red Canyons of Zion National Park |

Red Canyons of Zion – Off the Beaten Path

“Nature’s first green is gold/Her hardest hue to hold.” – Robert Frost Spring is around the corner, and oh what a winter it’s been. Are you ready for some warmth, sunshine and towering spires of red sandstone? Think Zion National Monument in the beautiful high deserts of Utah for any vacation in March, April or May.

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What Lies Behind the Stone Walls of New England |

What Lies Behind the Stone Walls of New England?

“The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time.” (Henry David Thoreau) There is something so primal about a rock. Maybe that is why little boys’ pockets are always packed full of them. Stone is, after all, the […]

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Tales from Bavaria's Castles |

The Real Life Fairy Tales of Bavaria’s Castles

Bavaria’s castles are world-renowned for their romantic charm and beauty, without a doubt thanks to the most famous of them all, the iconic fairy-tale-style Neuschwanstein Castle. Like Neuschwanstein, Bavaria’s castles reflect the personalities, desires and tastes of their inhabitants, whether it was for the sake of defense and fortification or as a place for royals to indulge in the […]

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Branson |

Branson: Explore the Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure

Any city that doesn’t require being followed by the name of its state is definitely a city with a reputation. In the case of Branson, (Missouri, just in case you don’t know) that reputation is being a world-famous hotspot of music and theatre that annually attracts millions of visitors. Yet Branson is much more than its […]

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You've Never Seen Music Legends Like This! Nashville Memphis Branson and more! |

You’ve Never Seen Music Legends Like This!

Close your eyes for a moment and think about the birth of Rock and Roll and the best known music cities for music legends. Cities like Branson, Memphis, and Nashville probably come to mind. Likely New Orleans and Austin too. Perhaps even Pigeon Forge, home of Dollywood. And, with good reason. So much of the […]

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