Wine and Rhine with AmaWaterways

A European river cruise has long been on my travel to-do list. So, when I had the opportunity to experience the AmaWaterways “Enchanting Rhine (Wine Cruise)”, I was all in. Bob and Lynette Morus, proprietors of Phelps Creek Vineyards in Oregon, traveled with us. They hosted wine tastings and lectures throughout our journey. I could […]

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Category: Cruises, US, World

Rock ‘N’ Roll is Here to Stay on Rocky’s Rockin’ Cruises

It’s prom night, and you’re wrapped in taffeta, hearing the squeaking soles of dancing shoes all across the room. The band is live, and they’re playing your favorite song. You haven’t heard that one in years. You and your date dance the night away together. People all around are wearing bobby socks and poodle skirts. […]

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Category: Cruises, Europe, World

Cruising the Romantic Danube

Moonbeams danced playfully on the surface of the Danube, competing with reflections from Budapest’s myriad lights, as the Viking Egil cruised unhurriedly past stately 19th-century architecture and impressive monuments in Hungary’s capital city, adoringly called the Queen of the Danube. The “Romantic Danube” itinerary was Viking River Cruises’ notable way of introducing guests to the […]

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AAA Travel Store

New Baggalini pattern available now! Make waves on your next cruise with Baggallini’s new Wave print in the popular Pocket Crossbody bag. It features a quick access phone pocket, a removable RFID wristlet and interior organization. The Pocket bag is perfect for everyday errands, cruise shore excursions or your vacation sightseeing stops. It’s also available […]

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Category: US

Alaska is So Cool

The land of totem poles, gold miners and oversized brown bears makes an ideal family vacation, especially when traveling with cruise lines that understand how teens think. Teen Scenes Sometimes cruises get a bad reputation, particularly from teenagers who think that anything their parents suggest or like must be terrible. One such 15-year-old called a […]

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Category: World

Remembering Normandy

Sword, Juno, Gold, Utah, Omaha — it’s hard to separate these five names, even after nearly three-quarters of a century has passed linking them to the beaches in the northwestern French region of Normandy. D-Day is the historical connection, and June 6, 1944, is the precise date when the combined troops of America, Canada, England […]

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Category: Carolinas, Coastal

Cruising the Carolinas

Boatloads of cruises from the coast to the mountains Thanks to an abundance of bodies of water and coastline from the Atlantic Ocean to mountain lakes and many other options in between, enjoying a boat tour or cruise in the Carolinas is easy. Whether it’s simply hopping on a regularly scheduled cruise or booking an […]

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Category: Carolinas, Coastal

Ahoy There, Charleston!

South Carolina’s cradle of culture, history, and shrimp & grits exceptionalism is a beautiful spot to begin your voyage at sea.  Vacation Extenders Ever wonder why there are so many native South Carolinians on the PGA Tour? Chalk it up to the amicable climate coupled with ages of short game practice. Along with the first […]

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