Beyond Las Vegas: Nevada’s Treasures in the Desert

By Norman Sklarewitz As one of the country’s premier destinations, you might assume your clients know all about Nevada. That might be a mistake.  “It’s not the same old Nevada,” says Chris Moran with the state’s Division of Tourism.”  She rattles off a list of new attractions, new properties and new experiences awaiting the travelling […]

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Move Over Vegas. We’re Cruising to Alaska

Amy Hurley of Boston cruised in Alaska in 2017 with three generations of her family. Outside of Ketchikan, she had a jaw-dropping moment – the kind you dream about in anticipation of a cruise to a bucket list destination. “We saw four whales spiraling down to create a whirlpool to get food and jump up with their mouths open,” said […]

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Death Valley: Stars, Star Wars & Strange Sybaritics

  There may be much to say about a 3.3 million-acre national park harboring destinations with names like “Badwater” and “Devil’s Golf Course”. But such natural oases of frontier life are rare these days and have much to offer to those adventurous enough to leave the safety of neon and traffic and travel to where […]

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Winter in Vermont? Find the Wonder at Twin Farms

Vermont winters are not for sissies. But they can be a snow globe paradise for seekers of romantic cabins, warm and aglow against frosted windows, and days spent snow shoeing or cross-country skiing along gleaming white trails of rare earthly purity. READ MORE …

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Best Places to Travel with the Family

More than a third of Americans who are planning to travel this year plan to do so with their children, according to a recent AAA survey. That means they will take a vacation of 50 miles or more away from home with two or more immediate family members in a trend that shows Americans are […]