Delaware’s Hidden Seashore

by Andrew Der

At the beach without a cloud in the sky and hot, exploration of the Atlantic communities of Rehoboth, Lewes, and Dewey had to wait while I cautiously sipped 300 year-old shipwreck rum from a […]

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Wandering the “American Riviera” – Santa Barbara, CA

by Jeff and Stephanie Sylva

When we heard that Santa Barbara is called “The American Riviera,” our curiosity was piqued and we knew we had to include it during our recent trip to California. After three […]

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Albuquerque: New Mexico Cuisine That’s Anything but Ordinary

In the Southwest corner of America, Albuquerque is blazing a trail of its own on the culinary scene.

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Product Review: Miracle Cushion- “The Traveler”

he Traveler version has a special cross linked design and copolymer material that uses a principle known as column buckling. As pressure increases the weight is disbursed out and away from the body which results in more comfort for a longer period of time.

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Product Review: Tenba® Roadie HDSLR/Video Backpack

As a travel photojournalist, I am always looking for better ways to transport and protect my gear. Let’s face it, travel, in general can be a stress-filled affair

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Welcome Home to The Athenaeum

By Carol Sorgen, Baltimore, Maryland

You have to love a hotel where staff not only address you by name every time they see you, but even say “Welcome Home” every time you return. And that’s the […]

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Flying Fish Bahamas

Freeport, Grand Bahama Flying Fish Bahamas
Judy Colbert

Shining Culinary Star
Chef Tim Tibbitts is the shining new North Star for culinary travelers looking for an astonishing dining option in the Bahamas. The award-winning chef/owner of Flying Fish […]

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Three (Well, Maybe 3-1/2) Days in the Cotswolds

You could spend a week, a month, or even longer in the Cotswolds, that magical piece of  England that devotees of such British shows as “Midsomer Murders” are so enamored of. (Downton fans—Highclere Castle is […]

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Interview With Famous Sculptor, Christiane Martens

Rainbow Steel

By Vivienne Mackie

At the Des Moines Botanical Garden in the latter part of 2014 we were fascinated by an eye-catching large outdoor sculpture at the entrance. Rainbow-colored, the curved metal struts were evocative of […]

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Dancing in the Streets in Cartagena

By Phyllis Steinberg

Cartagena de Indias, a Colombian Caribbean metropolis, blends beautiful beaches with gourmet gastronomy, historical attractions, musical entertainment and dancing.

Founded in 1533 by Spanish conqueror, Pedro de Heredia, the city retains its traditions and […]

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