Category: Go Magazine, US, World

Splurge or Save

Five warm winter getaways for every budget Maui, Hawaii From orchid-scented breezes to fresh ahi poke and the sound of hula dancing, Maui is a feast for the senses. Snorkel the colorful reefs, swim with turtles, drive the breathtaking highway to Hana or watch the sunrise light up Haleakala volcano. Then hit Lahaina Town at […]

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The Pleasures of Prague

By Suzanne Ball “You’re so wise to be here now,” the waiter said as he set down my Pilsner Urquell beer and prepared to take my order. “It’s too crowded in the summer.” I didn’t tell him that fall is my favorite time to travel. Besides fewer tourists than during the summer, the weather is […]

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Our Perfect Day at CocoCay

By Cortney Fries Royal Caribbean International recently unveiled the $250 million transformation of their private island in the Bahamas, Perfect Day at CocoCay, and my 7-year-old daughter, Fiona, and I were there to soak it all in. It was her first cruise and an incredibly memorable mother-daughter weekend. She ran between water slides, the obstacle […]

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Celebrity Summit’s New Revolution

By Kimberly Button The Celebrity Revolution is changing the cruising experience onboard Celebrity Cruises. If you haven’t sailed with Celebrity recently, you will likely be surprised at the cruise line’s ongoing extensive modernization effort. More than $500 million of state-of-the-art upgrades are being added across the Celebrity Cruise line fleet for guests’ enjoyment, including Xcelerate […]

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Our Caribbean Link

By Kristy Tolley The historic thread that binds Charleston and Barbados The pastel-hued historic homes of Rainbow Row, cobbled streets and the crape myrtle trees that line them — they’re quintessential Charleston, South Carolina. Whether you’ve visited the Holy City once or a hundred times, you may not realize the Caribbean link to these charming […]

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Category: Europe, Go Magazine, World

Liechtenstein’s Mountain Majesty

By Amy Eckert Rugged lavender-gray peaks soar overhead, often crowned with snow. Wildflower-strewn meadows carpet the hills above crystal-clear mountain lakes and medieval castles perch dramatically above the Rhine Valley. At just over 60 square miles — territory some five percent the size of Rhode Island — and sandwiched between Switzerland and Austria, Liechtenstein ranks […]

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On the Horizon

Last spring, Carnival Cruise Line launched Carnival Horizon. Boasting more innovative features, upscale stylings, better dining options and more amenities, the Carnival Horizon offers guests ample opportunities to “choose fun.” The ship features 1,980 guest staterooms and suites, including 25 accessible staterooms. Large groups will enjoy the Family Harbor staterooms, with access to the exclusive […]

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Category: Europe, Go Magazine, World

Discover the Islands of Ireland’s Western Connemara

By L.A. Jackson Off the western edge of Ireland’s Connemara District, land gives way to the mighty Atlantic Ocean, but only begrudgingly, as there are islands dotting the coastline that continue to resist the incessant will of the waves. Three in particular, Inishbofin, Inishturk and Clare Island, are inhabited (although barely), and accessible only by […]

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