When planning a winter vacation, Europe isn’t typically the first spot to jump to mind.
You’ll need to pack more layers, so your suitcase may be a little heavier. But in most cases, the crowds will lighter. So, travelling off-season is worth the trade-off. And the costs of plane tickets.. I bet you’ll like that too.
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After years of being off limits, Cuba is open to American travelers. But questions still remain about planning a trip.
The idea of traveling to Cuba can be overwhelming. It’s different than anywhere else in the Caribbean. It’s confusing, but it’s doable. There are just some things you need to know.
Continue reading “Hello Havana!”
Not being able to get a non-stop flight, has a knack for stopping vacation planning before it even has a chance to heat up. But thanks to some new flights taking off, exploring is easier than ever from the San Francisco Bay Area.
Continue reading “Taking Off is Easy with New Flights from SFO”
I’ve lost track of how many years I’ve called the San Francisco Bay Area home, but I always get excited about planning a trip to Los Angeles. Southern California and Northern California may call the same state home, but it’s safe to say a bit of a rivalry exists. LA was where I spent my college days, and fell in love with summer-like weather that’s typical all year long.
Continue reading “Winter Warm-up in Los Angeles”
When you go on vacation, working is typically the last thing you want to think about, but that may be a changing trend.
Continue reading “Giving Back on a Different Kind of Cruise”
Summer vacation season is officially underway and cruising seems to be more popular than ever. And the debut of more new cruise ships means travelers can sail to ports around the world like never before.
Continue reading “Carnival Vista Makes Seeing Europe Easy”
When you plan a big trip to a place like Europe, you want to do it all, but living out of a suitcase, as you move from place to place takes work. So how can you see the sights without running out of steam? It might be time to give river cruising a try..
Continue reading “Melodies of the Danube with AmaSerena”
One of the toughest things about planning a trip to Hawaii is deciding where to visit. Flights between the islands can get pricey and eat up valuable vacation time. So how do you cover a lot of ground without coming home feeling like you need a vacation? Small ship cruising has a huge advantage when it comes to travel because you can unpack once and wake up just about every morning in a new spot.
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A visit to Alaska is on many travelers wish list. But trading a week of sunshine for the possibility of a week of grey skies and chilly days can be a tough decision to make. The mere thought of spending a week of vacation bundled in layers is a tough one for many folks. But what’s waiting is worth it, even if it means some … Continue reading Awe-Inspiring Alaska
Think about your last vacation. How did you decide where you wanted to go? Was it the destination? The climate? Maybe even the food?
Traditionally, when it comes to traveling, it’s about the destination. You may decide, I’d really like to go to see Hawaii, so you book plane tickets and then start looking at the all the options and activities you have to choose from while you’re there.
But more and more, it’s the activity or even the food that’s the inspiration for the travel.
Continue reading “Why We Travel”