Been to Vegas before and looking for something new? Or perhaps you’re tempted by a cheap flight but not sure if it’s up your alley? On a recent trip to see a friend, we took advantage of a few off-strip opportunities that you may want to consider on your next trip!
TRAVEL INSURANCE… DO YOU NEED IT? Before I started travelling 100,000 miles a year and booking high-cost trips for clients, I was probably like many travellers today: Travel insurance seems like an annoying extra cost you get presented with at the last minute and that doesn’t really seem worth it. But over the past year […]
New Orleans far exceeded our expectations, and we certainly had a wonderful long weekend there. The people-watching, the joie de vivre, the delicious food, stunning old architecture, historical plantations, and complete differentness from any other city we’ve visited in the USA makes New Orleans a great destination if you’d like a weekend getaway!
Viking’s new Mediterranean ocean cruises currently have a promotion for $1699. Here’s why that’s excellent value on this all-inclusive cruise and what extras you receive as a complimentary part of the voyage!
I recently had the pleasure to attend an intensive luxury travel seminar, and one of our speakers was our Business Development Manager from Azamara Club Cruises. It was such a privilege to get to know our sales advocate and to learn straight from the expert! Today, I’m sharing information with you about Azamara Club Cruises, […]
Here’s a rundown of many of the most popular cruise options to the Galapagos Islands! And, as an accredited travel agent I can help narrow down your choices by listening to your budget, travel style, “must see” wishlist, and schedule.
I have a long time client, who trusts my travel style, who emailed me and asked for trip ideas. Here were the parameters: something reasonable from the Pittsburgh area (no 12 hour flights, but plane rides are still acceptable); something a little unusual (“I don’t want a three day cruise to the Bahamas”); and must expose his family to new cultures and sightseeing.
Here are some fabulous suggestions I came up with. What do you think?
A list of comments, tips, and initial observations at the end of Sea Day 1.
Overall, I really liked having an extra day in Anchorage to start relaxing and get a small taste of the area before our cruise, and I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of whether or not you are visiting Denali before your cruise. Although we didn’t squeeze them into this trip, there are a variety of other things we could have done, including a trip to Aleyska Ski Resort, a cruise on Portage Lake, a trek on Matanuska Glacier, and even booking a charter tour to see Denali via plane in one day! If we had more than 2 days, I wouldn’t choose to stay the whole time in Anchorage, but for one extra night, it was a great beginning to a wonderful trip!
I get a lot of questions about Iceland, and have helped both friends and clients book trips there several times. It occurred to me the other day that many people don’t realize just how many options there are for a trip to Iceland – matching every conceivable budget, travel style, and level of comfort. Here is a cheat-sheet of all the different ways you can travel to Iceland.