Fully Escorted Tours Introduce Retirees to Costa Rica

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Retirees seeking comfortable climates, relaxed lifestyles, and affordable, quality medical care might find a hidden gem in Costa Rica. In fact, International Living magazine named Costa Rica number three, ahead of Spain, France, and Mexico, on its 2020 list of top places to retire. Other appealing features include the low…

Come for the history, stay for the food

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Nanjing, China: Come for the culture, stay for the food Savvy travelers know Nanjing as a hidden treasure, offering an array of rich historical and cultural sites for visitors to explore. Located in Jiangsu Province just outside of Shanghai, this city of more than 8 million sits along the Yangtze…

America’s Most Haunted

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The Whaley House Few houses in San Diego are as historically important as the Whaley House. In addition to being the Whaley Family home, it housed a granary, the County Court House, San Diego’s first commercial theater, various businesses including Thomas Whaley’s own general store, a ballroom, a billiard hall,…

Costa Rica: The paradise for the sun lovers

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Courtesy of Roberto Chamorro Costa Rica’s beaches are surrounded by forests, and have great natural diversity. Many contain beautiful coral reefs, perfect for diving and exploring. Depending on the beach, complementary activities may include hikes to mangroves, diving, surfing, sport fishing, hiking on trails or horseback rides.   “Costa Rica occupies…

Oktoberfest Excursion

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OKTOBERFEST IN CALIFORNIA The 47th Annual Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest Weekends: Sept 9, 2017 – Oct 28, 2017 Located in the mountain town of Big Bear Lake, our quaint celebration has always been based on the lore of the world’s original Oktoberfest.  Over the years, the Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest…

Your Next Extraordinary Adventure: Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef

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Have you ever heard of Australia’s other reef? A place where the red and orange hues of Australia’s iconic outback meet white sand beaches and turquoise blue water, where you can walk off the shore and instantly experience pristine coral reef during a special drift snorkel, and where the best…

Sizzling sips: The summer’s hottest wines are made in South Africa

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Summertime means weekend adventures, sunsets and toasting with friends and family. With so many wine options on shelves, selecting the perfect summer sip can be daunting. For those looking to impress guests with wine recommendations that extend beyond the the usual suspects, look no further than South Africa for inspiration…

Top 5 reasons to visit El Salvador in 2018

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El Salvador, Central America’s smallest country, attracts a wide array of intrepid travelers who come to experience its vibrant culture and diverse outdoor activities. From its rich Maya history, to its volcanic beauty and generations-old artisan heritage, El Salvador provides plenty for travelers to explore. El Salvador is incredibly easy…

Baja Winery Hop

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Courtesy of  Turista Libre Mexico Tours Sat, June 17, 2017 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM PDT Valle de Guadalupe Mexico Eighty miles from the border lies the Valle de Guadalupe wine country, a cluster of some 100 vineyards scattered between the hills between Ensenada and Tecate. Often referred to as…

9 Things to See, Do, and Eat in Redondo Beach

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Courtesy of Jessica Ritz | Photos by Paul Emberger One of the towns dotting the coast in the broader region known as Los Angeles’ South Bay, Redondo Beach combines an active recreational streak with a relaxing beachside-residential vibe. The Redondo Beach Pier and the King Harbor Marina come to life on…

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