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Demystifying Norovirus on Cruise Ships

On more than one occasion, I’ve heard friends, family or clients say “I don’t want to cruise and get Norovirus.” And what’s interesting is that’s the last thing I think about when cruising or planning a cruise for clients. Cruise ships are held to such a high standard for cleanliness and sanitation that the numbers[...]
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Here Come New Ideas for Romantic Travel

February 14th, a day that causes most people to panic and run to the nearest store late at night for a card they forgot to buy for their sweetie. If they’re lucky, they’ll have planned dinner and perhaps a gift or two. But what if there were a better way, one that was guaranteed to make[...]
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Insider’s Guide to Global Entry

Another $100? Thinking in my head of all of the fees and charges I’ve spent over the years to fly, but then remembering the ones that help create a less stressful and seamless travel experience were always worth a few extra dollars in the grand scheme of the cost of a trip. Even with the[...]
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Wine Lovers Travel Guide

  Let’s all flashback to 2006, Italy hosts the Winter Olympics and then later that summer defeats France to win the World Cup, Google bought YouTube for $1.65B, and Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet. But none of that topped my 2006 it was when my world as we know it changed. Why? Pinot[...]
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Making Waves

Have you ever heard of wave season? What is it? It’s when the deals start rolling in! Wave Season has been coined the three month long Black Friday of the travel industry that takes place from January through March. It originally started since a large percentage of cruisers book their sailings in the early months[...]
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New Year’s Resolutions … Travel!

The start of the New Year comes with the onslaught of resolutions posts, many of which will be long forgotten 4-6 weeks after they are declared.  Typically resolutions are related to health, home organization, spending less time on social media and maybe more time reading a book. Want a resolution you may actually follow through[...]
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TSA Pre-Check: Time Saver Alert

What is it? TSA PreCheck allows eligible and approved, low-risk travelers to expedite through the security screening process at airports supporting TSA Pre-Check. There are 370 enrollment locations, many which are located inside airports. What are the benefits? Anyone that has been to the airport recently, knows the drill – basically de-wardrobe to go through[...]
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When Bad Weather Strikes:

Words of Advice When Your Trip Lands during a Massive Storm Today marks exactly 2 months since the storms of Hurricane Matthew – a grim reminder of the forces of nature and how what it can do at home for those in the path of the storm. But also for those that had travel plans[...]
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