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Piperade: Basque Country in California

Posted on 18 August 2015

By Monique Burns You don’t hear much about Basque restaurants in the U.S.  Determined Internet searches turn up no more than 50 or 60 of note in our entire country. … Continue reading »

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Steve Jermanok’s Active Travels: Asheville to Great Smoky Mountains

Posted on 14 April 2014

The 80-mile stretch of roadway between Asheville and Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the Blue Ridge Parkway is a joy anytime of year, but it’s hard to top springtime… Continue reading »

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Remembering World War I in Flanders

Posted on 11 March 2014

  By Monique Burns It’s a gray day in West Flanders.  Cold and drizzly.   Not unusual for early spring in Belgium’s westernmost province.   The brooding weather seems particularly fitting for… Continue reading »

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Sleeping Around: Minneapolis

Posted on 19 November 2013

By Shari Hartford I’m in a constant New York State of mind. Born and raised, thank you very much. I do, however, occasionally venture far afield to experience what the… Continue reading »

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Classic Polar Bear Adventure with Natural Habitat Adventures

Posted on 12 August 2013

Travel Evangelist in Africa

Posted on 08 May 2012

By Michaela S. Guzy Five days and counting until my two month solo journey across the second largest continent in the world!  This will be my first trip to eastern… Continue reading »

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Road Warrior: Making the Most of Flights & Hotel Stays

Posted on 19 July 2011

  By Laura Stack I fly over 100,000 miles a year on United Airlines. It’s a job hazard as a professional speaker. Parts of it I hate, and some things… Continue reading »


The Interview: Christopher P. Baker on Cuba Now

Posted on 07 June 2011

Interview by Everett Potter The possibility of American travel to Cuba is once again in the news, so who better to turn to than Christopher P. Baker. An English travel… Continue reading »

Suzy Gershman’s Born to Shop: Dafen, China

Posted on 20 September 2010

Although I kept saying we were off to Darfur, what I really meant was Dafen, the village of artists that is so famous that television series have been filmed to… Continue reading »

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Born to Shop: Charles de Gaulle, Paris

Posted on 11 August 2010

By Suzy Gershman All of Gaul may be divided into three parts, but the shopping at CDG's newish Terminal E has a lot more parts to it. And a lot… Continue reading »

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