Because Someday I Dream of Experiencing a Victorian Christmas

Because Someday I Dream of Experiencing a Victorian Christmas…. in York, England If you dream of a classic Dickens Christmas, perhaps there's no better place to surround yourself with traditional holiday magic than in York, England. One of England’s most historic cities, York is a step back in time to a simpler way of life, […]

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It’s Irie

Two Jamaican resort towns add up to one perfect escape. Imagine an ideal, postcard-worthy tropical beach scene — palm trees encircling a swath of fine white sand that opens onto a ocean so crystal clear it’s like an expanse of turquoise glass — and you’re picturing Jamaica. Columbus described Jamaica as “the fairest island eyes […]

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Your Story: A Kiwi Adventure

Pam and Hayden Davis aren’t short on words when recounting their  New Zealand adventures — kayaking alongside baby fur seals in the Abel Tasman National Park; hiking through dark caves blanketed with bioluminescent glow worms; zip lining over virgin forests.  But when asked to describe New Zealand’s essence? Now they’re speechless. “I can think of […]

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Slow Boat Through China

Marvel at China's long history and beauty with a luxury river cruise on the Yangtze River.  Viking River Cruises puts you in the heart of the Yangtze with three itineraries — “Undiscovered China,” “Roof of the World” and “Imperial Jewels of China.” Each is a combination cruise and tour (cruisetour), with sailings through the Three […]

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Seas of Wonder in Galapagos

Big boat cruising is just one way to vacation at sea. For a journey between one of the most unique set of islands on the planet, the Galapagos, think small.  CELEBRITY CRUISES has delivered award-winning intimate adventures in this unique corner of the world for more than a dozen years. Onboard three different ships, carrying […]

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A Magical Mystic Tour

Cities We Love Mystic Seaport, the nautical-themed attraction in Mystic, Connecticut, is a great reason to visit the city, but the lure doesn’t end there. This delightful place beckons visitors with a plethora of interesting and exciting venues that appeal to the entire family. Maritime History Thanks to its relevant location, shipbuilding became the industry […]

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Living Large: Exploring Alaska’s National Parks 

Denali looms over the Savage River, making mere foothills of its neighbors in the Alaska Range. At 20,310 feet, Denali ranks as North America’s tallest peak. But it isn’t merely the mountain’s height that makes this summit stand out. It’s Denali’s brilliance. The mountain’s slopes liberally dusted with snow, its white angles seem to glow […]

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A River Connection

Connecticut’s Lower Connecticut River Valley makes for a lovely autumn drive through quintessential New England. For folks who consider Connecticut a mere extension of New York or a kind of step-child to New England, they clearly haven’t driven the 32-mile loop that begins and ends in Essex and shows off the pristine Lower Connecticut River […]

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