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How to Stretch (and Maximize) Vacation Days

seize the opportunity for 1 more day ...With a little pre-planning, 10 days of vacation can be transformed into 16 days of adventure that allows you to satiate your wanderlust. For a little while at least ...

Travel Advice for Visiting a New Country

the beauty of enjoying a Greek sunset ...As you arrive at your new destination, the unknown of the new culture and different lifestyles will be both exhilarating and stress-inducing for their wonderful, delicious differences. Proceed with an open mind ...

Da House, San Juan Puerto Rico

Da House, Old San JuanIf you’re heading to Old San Juan, we’ve got you covered. The city is a hopping metropolis of cruisers getting on and off ships, making hotels expensive and scarce.  We found the solution – Da House ...

Booking Shore Excursions on Your Cruise

El Yunque Falls, San JuanTaking a cruise for the first time is like visiting a restaurant in a foreign country. You think you understand the way things work - how to order, which utensils to use and how to tip...

Caribbean Vacation Planning

Rhino Riding adventurePlanning to escape the cold, snowy depths of winter? You're thinking about a vacation in the sun, a tall cool island cocktail and a good book, your teens are thinking thrills, adventure and splashing in the ocean ...

How to Choose a Cruise Ship Cabin on Your Next Cruise

which balcony works for youI’m a big fan of cruising but I won’t cruise unless I can get a balcony cabin – back of the ship is my preference. If you, like us, prefer to see the ocean or sniff the salty air while sipping your morning coffee or nightcap ...

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