The Caribbean Islands Are Copping With The Hurricanes

  Don’t count the Caribbean out for your travel plans … the strength, beauty, and fortitude of this region will always remain. Although hurricanes have struck many of the islands, a good many others are still offering warm welcomes to their shores. For those travelers looking for the sun, sand, and turquoise waters of the […]

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Welcome To Hurricane Season

The Atlantic Hurricane season has begun and runs June 1st-November 30th. This is the season when winds blow in westerly off the coast of Africa toward the Caribbean and southern United States. Most of these storms will lose their strength as they churn across the ocean. But, some of these storms can and do wreak […]

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Top Five Reasons To Make Travel Your 2016 New Year’s Resolutions

Every year we make resolutions and very year most of us break them. Here’s why you should stick to your Travel New Year’s Resolutions! Did you know that if we integrate more travel into our lives, it will help us be healthier both physically, mentally and spiritually?  Travel has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease. […]

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Merry Christmas!

Safe travels to everyone this holiday season! We will be closing early Christmas Eve & closed on Christmas Day. Thank you!

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Theme parks ramp up security: What to know before you go!

Amid a heightened fears about domestic and gun violence, several theme parks in the U.S. are beefing up security measures. On Thursday, Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld installed metal detectors at all park entrances. Outside of Florida, Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood have said they are also installing detectors. “We are enhancing security […]

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Which Is Right For You: Ocean or River Cruising?

This is a tough question to answer, but river cruising is becoming more and more popular. So this is a great article that I came across from Liz Weiss in the U.S. News that may help you decide.  With time to linger in scenic places – from the storied canals of Amsterdam to the lush landscapes of the […]

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No Smoking & No Vaping on U.S. Flights

“Airline passengers can no longer carry e-cigarettes or other electronic smoking devices in their checked luggage because—surprise—they pose a serious fire hazard. That means no “e-cigarettes, e-cigs, e-cigars, e-pipes, personal vaporizers, or electronic nicotine delivery systems” in your checked bags; you can, however, still carry an e-cigarette in your carry-on or with you through security. […]

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Holiday Travel Time Has Arrived! Need A Packing Tip?

“Nothing’s worse than a stressful day of travel. By definition, your vacation should be as chill as possible. The last thing you want to do is overpack. After all, a giant bag will put a wrench in the whole easygoing-stroll-through-the-streets-of-Havana thing. But if you’re going to be away for more than a short weekend, you’ll need […]

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Get Spooked This Halloween In The Big Easy!

Ready to be spooked? #NewOrleans’ long history has left some #spirits behind making it one of the nation’s most haunted cities. This October, explore the paranormal side of the Big Easy. Book your last minute #vacation with us now and really experience #Halloween! Suggested stays- The Bourbon Orleans Hotel is a notable haunted hotel in […]

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Homeland Security Gives States a Pass on Real IDs

Concerns that travelers from New York and three other states would need to use passports instead of driver’s licenses as airport ID have been postponed, at least temporarily. With a 2016 deadline approaching and four states plus American Samoa still not in compliance with the new minimum standards of the federal Real ID system, the […]

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