Category: Carolinas, Coastal

Southport, NC – Historic Seaport Emerges as Hip Dining Hotspot

There’s a reason more than 40 movies and television productions have chosen the charming coastal town of Southport, NC as their backdrop. With its dramatic views of the Cape Fear River, ancient live oaks draped with Spanish moss, grand Victorian homes on shady streets and proximity to some of North Carolina’s best beaches and barrier […]

Read more
Category: US

Atlanta Attracts Millions of Visitors

If you look at the numbers, Atlanta is no longer just the city you have to change airplanes in. Projections of a metro population of 6 million by 2020 make this state capital a hub of diversity, business and entertainment. The Atlanta Convention and Visitor’s Bureau just announced a record 45 million visitors for 2013. […]

Read more
Category: Europe, World

Montenegro New Top Mediterranean Destination

Veteran world travelers look for new tourist hotspots like gourmets look for new restaurants and Montenegro, a small country in the Mediterranean with coastal beauty, mountains, eco-adventure and ancient-fortress cities, has recently emerged as a top tourist destination. Achieving independence in 2006, Montenegro (formerly part of Yugoslavia and Serbia), has embraced tourism as the country’s […]

Read more

Traveling with Your Pet

Traveling with your Pet: The AAA PetBook “For comprehensive pet-travel information, check out the 16th edition of Traveling with Your Pet: The AAA PetBook®. Get details on more than 15,000 pet-friendly AAA Approved hotels, campgrounds and restaurants. Discover pet-friendly attractions, dog parks, and pet-accessible federal lands to explore with your companion. Get great AAA member […]

Read more
Category: Caribbean

Escape to Exclusive Turks & Caicos

As our charter boat dropped anchor on the reef surrounding the Turks & Caicos islands, a feeling of apprehension and excitement welled up inside of me. Never having snorkeled in the ocean before – could I resist slipping overboard when floating above one of the world’s top diving destinations? Adjusting my mask, I cautiously slid […]

Read more
Category: Travel Tips

Taking A Cruise is Safer Than Staying Ashore

We’ve been hearing a lot about cruise safety in the news recently. I’ve taken many, many cruises and have never had a problem. Accidents such as the Costa Concordia are a tragedy, but an extremely rare occurrence in the cruise industry. And, cruising continues to be one of safest means of travel among all types […]

Read more
Category: Caribbean

The Bahamas: 3 Ways To Go

Even travelers who have been everywhere are awestruck by the Bahamas. The varieties of blue, green and white that color the water, land and sky of these islands are as brilliant and numerous as the islands themselves, numbering some 700. Here’s a look at three Bahamas getaways, each a prime example of its type, and […]

Read more

Puerto Vallarta: A Hot Spot for Art and Fine Dining

You may initially come to Puerto Vallarta for a beach escape, but its arts and dining scene will draw you back. Unlike other Mexican resort destinations, Puerto Vallarta is a living, breathing city with a population around 250,000 and cultural Old Town. Some 35,000 Canadian and American ex-pats live here, which has turned Puerto Vallarta […]

Read more
< 166 67 68 69 7083 >