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14 Not-So-Touristy Things to Do in Maui

Maui has been voted the “Best Island in the World” by readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine for ten consecutive years. Readers of Travel & Leisure magazine have voted it “World’s Best Island” for five years. And for good reason.  Known as “The Valley Isle,”

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What Do The Green Bay Packers and Bicycles Have in Common?

This is a departure from my normal posts, but I just had to share a heartwarming experience I had last week. The Green Bay Packers have an awesome long-standing tradition that began under Vince Lombardi’s leadership. During Packers training camp, players ride children’s bikes from the

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The Doors of Southern Europe – Travel

About a month ago, my husband and I did a “mad tour” of southern Europe. Our son was studying in Florence so we used that as a good excuse to visit. The architecture in Europe is undeniably exquisite. It made me wonder what Europeans think

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What’s on Your Bucket List?

Today I want to thank Bucket List Publications for publishing my piece on the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. If you’ve never visited their site, check it out now. At Bucket List Publications, you’ll find articles on: Destinations Adventures Accomplishments Volunteerism Love, Romance & Family (Relating to Bucket

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Would you like to find a magical vacation experience that provides moments of wonder and unforgettable memories for your family? How about a vacation that makes you feel like a kid again? If so, you need to check out the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico.

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The Kfar Hanokdim Bedouin Camp

Welcome to the Kfar Hanokdim – a Bedouin resort that stands lonely in the barren Judean desert of Israel. You’ll find it in the Kana’im Valley between the city of Arad and the archaeological treasure known as Masada (the fortress the Jewish people escaped to when

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Texas Hospitality

Texas is a very big state. Texas hospitality is even bigger. Every time I go to Texas, I fall in love with it even more. It isn’t about the geography and climate. It gets suffocatingly hot there. It’s really all about the people. Texans have

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