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Does the Early Bird Get the Worm?

Advantages of Early Booking If you have been cruising for a long time, you probably don’t need to read this article. You've been booking your cruises well in advance – most of the time – so chances are, you are not going to change. But come-lately cruisers or those new cruisers accustomed to all inclusive [...]

Does the Early Bird Get the Worm?2016-12-30T16:31:17-05:00

Cuba is More Than Cigars & Beaches

Cuba is a popular vacation destination especially with Canadians who flock to its beaches in the wintertime for an inexpensive holiday. With the country opening up to American visitors, Cuba may be on the verge of changing to accommodate many more sun-loving and curious tourists. Here are five things to do on your visit to [...]

Cuba is More Than Cigars & Beaches2016-12-30T16:31:17-05:00

How Safe is Cruising?

Nothing can be said to be of an absolute certainty in this world – as I am sure it could be said at any age in history. So is cruising safe? The following is this writer’s perspective on the question. I have vacationed by car and by plane, have stayed in all inclusive resorts, experienced [...]

How Safe is Cruising?2016-12-30T16:31:17-05:00

Why You Should Try an Escorted Vacation

If you are thinking an escorted cruise is anything like an escorted land tour, please think again. Escorted cruises give you the best of both worlds – independence but assistance when or if you need it. Here are the advantages of an escorted cruise: • For the first timer or the more timid traveller, an [...]

Why You Should Try an Escorted Vacation2016-12-30T16:31:17-05:00

A Magical Place in Ireland

Blarney Castle There are probably few people in the western world who have not heard of the Blarney Stone. It has been for years a tourist pilgrimage for visitors to Ireland. They come in the droves, from ordinary folks to everyday names in film, art and politics, to kiss the stone at Blarney Castle in [...]

A Magical Place in Ireland2016-12-30T16:31:18-05:00

Lost Love and Locks

Would you think twice about making a wish and throwing a coin into a fountain or wishing well? Probably not – unless it was your last coin and you needed it, of course. Most money is gathered up from public “wishing wells” and given to charity so it’s a nice gesture even if the wish [...]

Lost Love and Locks2016-12-30T16:31:18-05:00

Island of Skye

Hills, History, and Hiking Heading to the Highlands, and visiting the island of Skye in the Inner Hebrides? Here's what to expect: The Isle of Skye is connected to the mainland of Scotland by a bridge named,of course, "Skye Bridge". Though it is the largest island ( except for Lewis and Harris) in the country, [...]

Island of Skye2016-12-30T16:31:18-05:00

The Riches of the Mekong

A Review in Video Words and photos can not adequately describe this beautiful - and enlightening  - river cruise Ann-Marie, owner of Cruise Holidays of Metro East, and a group of her clients took with AmaWaterways this past summer. To quote Ann-Marie, " It is right up there with my Galapagos cruise as the best [...]

The Riches of the Mekong2016-12-30T16:31:18-05:00

Dun Laoghaire, Ireland

A Town Named for a 5th Century Irish KingThe first thing you should probably know about Dun Laoghaire, especially if visiting there, is how to pronounce the name of this seaside town, situated about 12 kilometers and a short train ride, from Dublin. Our taxi driver threw this little tidbit into conversation as he drove [...]

Dun Laoghaire, Ireland2018-11-05T14:55:54-05:00

Simplicity, Stars, and Silk

The City of Lyon, France France’s second largest center after Paris is Lyon, a city thriving at the convergence of the Saône and Rhône rivers in the heart of the country, surrounded by the famous wine growing regions of Beaujolais and the Cotes du Rhône. Its geography makes it a popular stop for those [...]

Simplicity, Stars, and Silk2019-01-07T19:37:28-05:00
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