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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: Travel Tips, World

Cruise News

Old Montreal Gets New Cruise Terminal Montreal just marked its 375th anniversary. Just in time for the celebration, the city’s 50-year-old cruise terminal has received a nearly $80 million makeover. As part of the overhaul, the passenger terminal has been rebuilt so passengers disembark on the ground floor rather than a floor higher up. Also, […]

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Category: Travel Tips

The Real Deal of Real ID

If there has ever been a more confusing roll out of required documentation in the history of travel, I don’t recall it.  When it was announced that passports would be required for cruising, it was quickly communicated (and clearly stated) that if you traveled on a cruise that began and ended in U.S. ports, a […]

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Category: Travel Tips

4 Hot Travel Picks for 2018

If you haven’t started making out your travel “to do” list yet, get your pen ready. Here are our favorite hot spots for next year.  Italy  Why you should go: Boasting the world’s greatest number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, Italy is perfect for history and architecture buffs. From visiting sites like the Colosseum, the […]

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Category: Travel Tips

Why You Should Say “I Do” to a Destination Wedding

Destination weddings have become increasingly popular — and for good reason. You have a built-in honeymoon, it’s often cheaper than a traditional wedding and you can enjoy more time with your guests.  The biggest advantage to a destination wedding is that your local AAA Travel Agent can handle everything for you. A bride should be […]

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Category: Travel Tips

 Cuba Travel 101: You Can Still Go

(updated as of June 30, 2017) Cuba has long been a bucket-list destination for many travelers. The fact that Americans haven’t been allowed to travel there since President Kennedy’s 1960 embargo is part of its appeal. White sand beaches, little commercialization (compared to other Caribbean countries) and colorful classic cars are other lures for many […]

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Category: Travel Tips

More Travelers Use Agents

Here's Why: Online booking sites have been extremely popular over the past decade. However, a recent study conducted by the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) reveals that more travelers are using agents — the highest number in several years. In the last year, 22 percent of Americans from households earning more than $50,000 booked […]

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Category: Travel Tips

Your Luxury Cruise Primer

With each new ship, cruise lines wow passengers in new and unexpected ways. Both mainstream and luxury lines provide more upscale touches and unique experiences than ever before. AAA Travel can guide you through all the upscale options from luxury features and ship highlights to unique qualities and itineraries. Regent Seven Seas  Luxury Features: Touted […]

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