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Understanding the World of Wines

perfect wine pairingsEver notice how beautifully wine goes with travel – sampling your way around the globe. Let's begin with some practical tips to make your wine loving experience as robust and fruitful as it can be ...

Explore Colorado’s Colorful Fall Getaways

Colorado's Vistas (via scenicusa)As the heat of the summer cools to fall, it’s time to plan a trip to Colorado to explore it’s rich colors of vibrant peak season of vibrant reds, browns and oranges. Edged by the Rockies, the treeline vistas

Niagara-on-the-Lake Girlfriend Getaway

Strewn's cooking schoolStrewn's cooking schoolWith vineyards in every direction, Niagara-on-the-Lake is the perfect spot for your next girlfriend escape ... Just because! What's more, there's no shortage of places to eat, sleep and play ...

Westin Nashville’s Solar Eclipse party

viewing the total solar eclipse ~ Westin Nashville's L27 rooftop barA once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is quickly approaching for many Americans – a full total eclipse. In Nashville, the Westin Nashville’s L27 ...

How, When & Where to Volunteer Travel

celebrating access to clean waterWhen you give communities clean water, you’re able to help in a multitude of areas of their lives. Healthy kids are able to go to school, which always leads to a better a life. Healthy adults are able to work to support their families. Water Ambassadors ...

Volunteer Travel - Do you know how to do it right?

volunteer as a familyvolunteer as a familyEvery moment of travel has something to teach, but if you as the traveler increase the time you spend interacted with new people-more time pushing at the walls of...

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  • On Cuba Travel ~ 10 Things You Need to Know Before You Go, admin said "Thanks Gordon for the update ... and given most routes to the resorts on the coast are an hour+ and it's Cuban warm, that money for a beverage is a great tip!"
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