travel solo

7 Ways to Travel Solo

It’s a trend seen by AAA Travel Agents across the United States: adventure seekers of all ages setting aside worries of awkwardness and isolation to travel solo and explore the world. And travel companies have responded by offering new opportunities — and discounts — designed especially for single travelers.   1. Book a Studio Cabin […]

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Explore India by Land and by Cruise

Discover the romance of the golden triangle and the sacred ganges as you explore India. More than many other destinations, India seems to remain a mystery to most travelers. Evocative and enigmatic. Colorful and cacophonous. Passionate and palpable. India is filled with wondrous sights, fascinating history and exotic culture. There’s perhaps no better way to […]

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Cities We Love: Barcelona

Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia towers over Spain’s second largest city. Begun in 1882, the basilica was the obsession of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi, whose inspiration lies behind every architectural detail, from the tiniest glass mosaic piece to the tallest soaring column. Eighteen elaborately-sculpted towers crown the basilica, forcing visitors to crane their necks to view the […]

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Traveling Your Way

Throughout the years, I’ve been fortunate to experience travel from many different perspectives. While traveling with friends and family can provide an opportunity to enjoy shared memories, solo travel offers you the chance to stretch your limits — physically, emotionally and even spiritually. When you travel alone (or even solo, but part of a tour […]

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special needs travel

Access Granted – Special Needs Travel Made Easy

AAA Travel partners offer programs for special needs travelers When Billy Andrews first took his daughter Brooklyn to Walt Disney World, he was excited to share his favorite place in the world, where some of his own first joyful memories were made with his parents. “To me, Disney is an escape from the outside world,” […]

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Cities We Love: Sitka, Alaska

For a place with only 9,000 residents, Sitka packs a big punch. The scenery is spectacular, the town lying along Baranof Island on the outer coast of Alaska's Inside Passage, is in the shadow of a high dormant volcano, Mount Edgecumbe. Then there's its rich history. The culture of the Tlingit natives, the first inhabitants, […]

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Demystifying Cuba

Discovering Cuba “The Cubans are incredibly creative people,” says Bob Drumm, President of Alexander + Roberts, a tour company that’s been leading travelers to the world’s far-flung corners for more than 70 years. “There’s a strong and very accomplished musical and artistic tradition in Cuba. It’s one of many reasons that we’ve seen a boom […]

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Sail the Unexplored Caribbean

Cruising in the Caribbean is as popular as ever, thanks to well-known ports of call and shore excursions. However, there are also many less-explored ports and adventures on the lineup for many cruise lines. And, it’s only natural that a long-time line like Royal Caribbean International — with “Caribbean” literally in its name and almost […]

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