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Make Family Vacations More Amazing by Renting Baby Gear

By Charlie Brown Travelling with a baby can be stressful. The good news is that you can lift that weight off your shoulder and have an enjoyable family vacation by renting baby gear. One of the advantages of renting baby gear is that it’s less of a hassle. Whether you’re visiting a relative or renting a...

Get Organized For Family Vacations

  By Diana Smith When planning a family vacation, there are so many things which need to be done. Even though it may sound easy at first, it is one hell of a job which takes hours and hours of organizing. From creating a travel plan, packing all the required gear, to making sure that your house stays safe....

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...

Traveling with Children

By  Alex Pejak While traveling with children can be a rewarding and memorable adventure, it equally presents an opportunity for all the joy to turn sour especially if the necessary precautionary measures are not taken. Before I say bon voyage let me offer you some informative safety tips you can rely on as...

Travel and Words—A Gateway to Seaside, Oregon

  Recently, my wife Maralyn, fellow journalist Michelle Winner, and I attended the Travel and Words Conference in Seaside, Oregon. We were delighted to take advantage of this opportunity to tour the town of Seaside and nearby sites. Food, Frivolity, and, of Course, Beer Our tour started with lunch at Camp...

Summer in Phoenix Offer Value at Resorts

Resort deals, vacation giveaways signal summer’s arrival in Phoenix PHOENIX (June 2, 2011) – In the northern hemisphere, the start of summer is marked by the summer solstice. But in Greater Phoenix, there’s an even surer sign summer is here: Resplendent resorts become as affordable as roadside motels. All...

Far and Away Adventures Announces Three American Safaris With Wilderness Photography Artist James Bourret

We’ve not taken part in these programs, however they look so intriguing, I wanted to pass on the information from Far Away Travel. SUN VALLEY, ID, April 6, 2011 – Known for blending river rafting with wilderness adventure and backcountry luxury, Far and Away Adventures (http://www.far-away.com/) announces...

Phoenix Update for March 2011

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS MONTH’S EDITION -The Devoured Culinary Classic comes to the Phoenix Art Museum this March -Take advantage of Spring specials offered at several valley resorts -MLB All-Star Week will be hosted this July in Phoenix RESORT NEWS The second-annual “Hollywood & Wine” festival  is taking...

Phoenix Update for February 2011

What’s New in Greater Phoenix? February 2011 HIGHTLIGHTS FROM THIS MONTH’S EDITION • This spring, Greater Phoenix plays host to Cactus League Baseball Spring training and welcomes back fans with several Valley properties offering Spring Training packages • Fox Restaurant Concepts to Open The Arrogant...

Lobster Pot Pie Recipe From The Train Station at Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia

How many children get to play with trains their entire life? I imagine the number dwindles as the age increases. Not the case for Jimmy LeFrense. His house and yard were located by the train station and it was where he played with his friends and the workers. When Jimmy was 18 in 1973, he discovered the...

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