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Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: Garden of Asia

  By Andrew Kolasinski The delta’s brown silt-laden water has a rich pungent odor. It smells like growth, like life itself. Clumps of water lilies drift down with the current. Many of the tiny islands have floating gardens in front of float homes or stilt houses. The Mekong River is the world’s 12th longest...

Experience the Annual Chelsea Flower Show with Insight Vacations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2014 www.insightvacations.com FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Arnelle Kendall Telephone: (561) 330-0850 Email: arnelle.kendall@travcorpusa.com Experience the Annual Chelsea Flower Show with Insight Vacations The Chelsea Flower Show has been adequately described as mother nature’s...

See Phillip Johnson’s Glass House on a Self-Guided Tour

 SUMMER TRAVEL QUEST #14 See Philip Johnson’s Glass House on a Self-Guided Tour For the first time, the National Trust for Historic Preservation site in New Canaan, Connecticut, is open for you to visit on your own by Lillian Afric What do distinguished architects do for fun? They build houses—amazing...

Visit Phoenix kicked off National Tourism Week at The Farm at South Mountain

Visit Phoenix kicked off National Tourism Week with a brunch at The Farm at South Mountain. Our “Visit Phoenix Media Brunch Menu included, house made smoked brisket, sautéed peppers, potatoes and onions, topped with two over easy eggs; brioche French toast with sautéed bananas topped with candied Arizona...

Knife in Hand: Whole Hog Slaughter & Master Butchery Course in Italy, May 23-26 2014

For an experience unlike any other, with a knife in hand, learn to butcher a whole hog with an Italian Master Butcher. This is NOT a demonstration. This is a roll your sleeves up, elbow deep in meat kinda class, not for the faint of heart. And for those that choose, be witness to the slaughter the morning...

The Looks of Royal Weddings from Around the World

Author unknown Planning a wedding is one the most exciting times in a woman’s life. Aside from picking out the venue, invitations, and other necessities, choosing the perfect dress is a special moment that makes any girl feel like a princess. For some lucky ladies around the world, planning their big day is...

Chocolate Torta and Inspirational Creative Courses in the Tuscan Countryside

     In true Italian fashion, food plays an important role in the creative holidays (painting and writing courses) at the beautiful Watermill at Posara in rural Tuscany, Italy. Inspire your mind, hone your talent and stimulate your tastebuds with superb local cuisine from Tuscany and the neighbouring...

Top 10 Tropical Christmas & New Year Getaway Destinations

By Kathleen Peddicord Escape the cold and venture off this holiday season to a place where Santa Clause sports a Hawaiian shirt and sunglasses instead of that stuffy red suit. No need for layers of sweaters or a fur hat when the sun is shining strong and temperatures never drop below 75 degrees. And what...

New York Info-graphic

There have been some great info-graphics developed during the past year. Some of them referencing food and travel are just fun. To lighten up weekends, we are going to feature some on Fridays for the next few months. This one is from NewYork.com.   About NewYork.com As the ultimate resource for anything and...

24 hours in Washington DC: What to do with a day in the capital

As a history fanatic and former resident of the District of Columbia, I’m a huge of fan of our nation’s capital. While politics (and politicians) might be a turn-off for many, Washington offers so much more: a rich variety of food, culture, and history that can’t be found elsewhere in the United States....

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