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Pickpocket-proof Your Travel

Pickpocket-proof Your Travel

May 29, 2012 | By

If you’re like me and you have nightmares about having your passport and money stolen while traveling internationally, you’ll enjoy this article as much as I did.  Pickpocket-proof skivvies?  Genius! A long-planned adventure can quickly turn to mush if a pickpocket makes off with your passport, cash, credit cards or …

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5 Travel Accessories to Use at Home

5 Travel Accessories to Use at Home

May 26, 2012 | By

The 1940’s brick bungalow I live in is big on charm, but not so much on space.  Sound familiar?  For those of us living in small spaces – or just preferring a minimalist lifestyle – I loved this article citing five techie travel accessories to use at home. Grid-It Organization …

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Andavo Featured in Salt Lake Tribune’s Lifestyle Section

Andavo Featured in Salt Lake Tribune’s Lifestyle Section

May 24, 2012 | By

Our president, Mike Cameron, is featured in a Salt Lake Tribune article today, titled: Salt Lake travel agent talks 2012 trends By Tom Wharton Published May 24, 2012 As Memorial Day approaches, many Utah families are beginning to get serious about booking summer vacations or have already done so. According …

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Featured Mississippi River Cruise: Cincinnati – Pittsburgh

Featured Mississippi River Cruise: Cincinnati – Pittsburgh

May 24, 2012 | By

Experience the beauty, mystic, and fascinating lore of the Ohio River on American Cruise Lines’ brand new Mississippi Riverboat, Queen of the Mississippi. Relax on the greatest paddlewheeler to ever grace the Ohio River as you follow the routes of brave explorers who sought fame and fortune on the world’s …

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10 Day Greek Islander Opportunity

10 Day Greek Islander Opportunity

May 22, 2012 | By

Discover the history and culture of Athens and the Greek isles with this amazing package. Begin with one night in Athens, and perhaps explore the Acropolis, an ancient architectural masterpiece. Next, take a ferry or upgrade to a flight to Mykonos, a picturesque island known for its upbeat nightlife and …

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Travel Etiquette Revealed

Travel Etiquette Revealed

May 17, 2012 | By

To tip, or not to tip?  To bow or not to bow?  Should we shake hands or hug?  Air kisses, perhaps?  Am I being accidentally offensive with my gestures?  Sometimes traveling internationally can be stressful, when you’re not familiar with the culture and you don’t want to make the wrong …

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Now Go Beyond Casablanca… to Discover the Magic of Morocco

Now Go Beyond Casablanca… to Discover the Magic of Morocco

May 15, 2012 | By

One of the places in the world that I’ve always wanted to visit is Morocco! In the attentive company of our expert trip leader and never more than 16 guests, your upscale trip will begin, fittingly, with dinner at Rick’s Café (OK, it’s not the original!) and continue with leisurely stays in …

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Fiji – A Must-See Vacation Destination

Fiji – A Must-See Vacation Destination

May 8, 2012 | By

Bula!! I recently returned from Fiji for my second time.  I was able to visit several different islands and see almost 20 hotels.  We were on the main island in Nadi and Suva, and then took a boat to the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands. The non-stop flight from LAX to Fiji …

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Azamara Club Cruises

Azamara Club Cruises

May 5, 2012 | By

Azamara Club Cruises presents the experience of discovery at every destination.  In 2012 Azamara will sail to 181 ports in 55 countries, offering premier destinations and one of a kind voyages.  The philosophy at Azamara is “Destination Immersion”, as it is the heart and soul of a place or region …

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Start summer with river cruising

Start summer with river cruising

May 3, 2012 | By

Article written by Rosie Holliday, published in the Vail Daily on April 28, 2012. The travel flavor of the day, or should I say year, seems to be river cruising. There are a record number of boats plying the waters, and this year may be the summer of European river …

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