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Rose Mascarenhas
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March 6, 2009
Oberammergau, Germany in 2010 - Now, you may ask, what is Oberammergau? Well, let me explain. It is a Bavarian village in Germany where a passion play is performed by locals every 10 years. The passion is the recounting of the days leading up to and including the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The village of Oberammergau is in southern Germany, in the state of Bavaria. It is situ... Full Story

Ronnie Robertson
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August 28, 2008
Mystical Peru; more than just llamas - Women's Only travel invites you to travel with April Merenda, president and co-founder of Gutsy Women Travel, on Nov. 20, 2208, for 11 days to mystical Peru, the land of the ancient Incas. Come and discover the secrets of the Urubamba sacred valley and the lost city of Machu Picchu. Your journey will start in Lima with a cooking demonstration whe... Full Story

Patty Toppa
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March 25, 2011
Are the cruise lines becoming more like the airlines? - Not completely sure yet, but it appears the cruise lines are promoting the bare bones of cruising, and everything else is a la carte, just like the airlines do. They market flights for one price, but by the time you are done, you have all these add-ons, each with a price - why not just give the cost up front? It is so frustrating for travel cons... Full Story

Geraldine Blanchard
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November 2, 2007
Traveling with teens can be an adventure worth taking - Parents know there are many phases in a child's life that will not only make our hair stand on end, but also bring our patience levels to new lows. Since my interest lies in travel, I decided to research travel with teenagers. Generally speaking, teenagers are not easy to please. If you are the parent of a teenager, you understand this far better... Full Story

Kate Fowkes
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January 18, 2008
Try Peru for a dream vacation in South America - It is said that every place on the planet has something of interest and Peru is no exception with its natural, cultural and human legacies. You will be amazed by the sharp contrasts of the forests and deserts of the coastal regions; the deep ravines and snow-capped mountains of the Andes; the densely forested slopes and plains of vegetation of th... Full Story

Karrie Torok
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December 11, 2009
Cruising is best, easiest, most economical way to travel - Did you know there are cruises designed to suit nearly every interest and personal preference? With so many choices large ship cruising on contemporary ships have an incredible selection of entertaining facilities. There are luxury cruises, where you can be pampered by white-gloved staff; classic ships that evoke the time-honored traditions of or... Full Story

Kathy and Eric Freer
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June 25, 2010
Discover Alaska by cruise - Breathtaking scenery, gleaming glaciers, abundant wildlife, and Native American culture are only a few of the spectacular attractions that draw cruise vacationers to Alaska. With so much to see and do in Alaska, it's no wonder the state's official flower is the alpine forget-me-not! Alaska is truly one of cruising's sh... Full Story

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