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Disney’s World of Color

Last week, Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim, CA launched the night-time spectacular show – World of Color and Viator was lucky enough to attend the world premiere (along with the likes of Terri Hatcher, John Stamos and Jason Segal).

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June 23, 2010 by | 1 Comment

Kauai Suggested Itineraries

There’s a reason that Kauai is known as the Garden Isle among the islands of Hawaii. Perhaps you’ve watched South Pacific, Blue Hawaii or even Jurassic Park with the craggy, dramatic, velvet-green mountains that meet with rolling ocean waves and swaying palm trees and wondered where Hollywood found such a lush tropical paradise, the answer […]

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June 20, 2010 by | 2 Comments

Explore Los Angeles

Los Angeles, in southern California, is known the world over for its glitz and glamour. This city is definitely worth a visit while in the USA to see the theme parks, palm tree-lined boulevards and maybe even movie stars!

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June 14, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Oregon Summer Beercations

Looking for the perfect place for a summer beercation so you can geek out on beer, sample dozens of different styles and rub shoulders with friendly brewers? Park yourself in Portland, Oregon. Also known as Beervana – it houses 32 breweries in the city limits which is more than any other city on earth. True, Portland is a beer-lover’s paradise but there are two thriving cities just south of Portland: Corvallis and Eugene, each with a growing beer scene definitely worth a day exploring as a side trip from Portland.

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June 4, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Making Macarons and Pastry in Paris

Visitors to Paris (Americans in particular), and even the odd Parisian, go gaga over the things, oohing, ahhing, and salivating over the sugary confections through shop windows, so I have decided to find out first-hand just what the fuss is all about on a pastry cooking class organized by our friends at Viator.

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June 3, 2010 by | 2 Comments

New York’s 9/11 Ground Zero Museum Workshop

While few people chose to travel in pursuit of tragedies, occasionally a tragedy helps put a destination into meaningful context. No where is that more true than New York City. The attacks of September 11, 2001 are easy to overlook nowadays; New York is healing, moving on, looking forward not back. And yet 9/11 was (and remains) a defining moment of modern New York. You cannot appreciate the city and everything it has endured, without confronting the gruesome reality of the attacks, the death and destruction, the heroism of Ground Zero’s rescue workers, the courage and resilience of everyday New Yorkers.

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June 1, 2010 by | 2 Comments

Best Things to Do and See in Toronto

Great restaurants. The Hockey Hall of Fame. The Toronto Blue Jays. A TV- and movie-friendly skyline (who knew Detroit Rock City, Good Will Hunting, and Police Academy 1 – 4 were all filmed here?). Toronto is Ontario’s capital and the largest city in Canada; so please, let’s show the city some respect. It’s diverse, culturally enlightened, and easy to reach. Its downtown is also small (in a good way) and manageable with numerous quirky neighborhoods and ethnic enclaves keeping the city from getting stale and predictable.

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May 24, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Maui: Just the Ticket for Beach Novices

Maui seemed suspiciously easy. It could be reached in five hours via a non-stop flight from San Francisco, on the airline that awards me bonus miles for my travel. There would be no issues with language, immigration, food, water, weather, currency, or driving on the wrong side of the road. What wasn’t there to like, other than the possibility that the inviting stream we had waded into would gather speed and carry us over a lovely waterfall and into oblivion.

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May 21, 2010 by | 2 Comments

Things to Do in New Orleans: Uptown Jazz to Carrollton Crawfish

This is where dreams of New Orleans become reality. There I sat in a timeless bar, in the cradle of jazz music, listening to a screaming clarinet player, propelled by a drummer, stand-up bass, piano and banjo. Time and space ceased to exist as the music, beer and crowd flowed into a singular composition we call New Orleans. It was a perfect opening night because we’re here for the French Quarter Festival, a festival that celebrates the culture of New Orleans.

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May 11, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Astoria, Oregon: Maritime History Meets Beer

Lewis and Clark couldn’t wait to high-tail it out of the area back in 1806 when they set up their winter camp near Astoria. Then again, they didn’t hang around until spring when the flowers bloom, the sun shines, and the Columbia River glistens and shines. At least it did the weekend we visited. If you want a quick getaway to the Oregon coast at an affordable price, Astoria, Oregon, might be your ticket.

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May 10, 2010 by | 4 Comments

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