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Cruise news. Green travel update. The first hybrid-powered cruise ship by Hutegruten makes Maritime history.

Do you recycle your trash, compost your garbage or drive a hybrid car? Do you travel with a water bottle - as opposed to buying plastic water bottles? If so, you most likely look for ways to “go green” on vacation. Here’s the bad news: cruising is not a green...

San Francisco’s National Park at the Golden Gate Bridge

With the famous span of the Golden Gate Bridge as the backdrop, The Presidio is San Francisco’s great escape. This huge National Park is nestled along the Bay and Crissy Field extending through 262 acres of historic forests to the cliffs above the Pacific Ocean. The...

Bucket List Trip: Cruise Australia and New Zealand

  Australia and New Zealand kept calling our names, but let’s face it, they are a long way from home. I was a little overwhelmed by the complicated planning aspects of trying to fly around the huge continent of Australia and how to navigate both islands in New...

Travel safety for women

  Travel safety for woman is the number one concern for students, seniors and world adventurers. I've written chapters in my books and spoken at universities and at travel shows about "how to stay safe and travel the world". Here are ways to be prepared and avoid...

Chasing the Midnight Sun in Norway. Hut-to-hut hiking and Freedom Camping.

Hut-to-hut hiking and Freedom Camping is the way to go in Norway if you love the outdoors and want stay on a budget. Last summer my partner and I hiked above deep fjords, slept in comfy huts, drove scenic remote roads, soaked in panoramic views of sheer mountain faces...

Revel in Barcelona and Beyond

Barcelona’s sensory-rich food scene, stunning Gaudi-designed architecture and glitzy nightlife lure big crowds in the summer. Last year over 18 million tourists descended upon the Catalan metropolis of 5.5 million people. If you want Barcelona to yourself and you want...

Yellowstone Country wildlife. Welcome bear cubs, bison calves and wolf pups

Spring is an exciting time of the year to see Yellowstone wildlife, especially newborns. If you ask the locals, most residents of northwestern Wyoming’s Cody – situated east of Yellowstone National Park – will tell you the season truly begins when the babies make...

Loving Lucerne

Along the shores of Lake Lucerne, ringed with snow-capped peaks, couples promenade arm-in-arm as the sun dips behind the mountains. Families, catching the last light, head home pushing strollers past docks decked with flower boxes spilling red geraniums. Seagulls...

Food Writer & Contributor Barbara Davis Treadwell

My world is a large one – a delicious, delectable, luscious view of life in many countries. For over 42 years, I have worked as a flight attendant and have been traveling the globe for over 50 years. I have learned much about the people and places I have visited. My...

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Save children in Nepal. Olga’s promise.

Save the children of Nepal, well that's a lofty goal that only Olga could tackle.  Let me explain why she's not any ordinary woman or volunteer. Olga was an attorney who worked for 37 years, helping write opinions for two California Supreme Court chief justices in San...

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Kick up Your Heels in Canada’s Festival City – Edmonton

I put down my blanket and settled into the grassy hillside of the ski resort in Edmonton Canada with fellow folk music lovers. We were old and young, mellow and magnanimous.  My spirit soared to the music of Arlo Guthrie and Dougie MacLean - one of Scotland's biggest...

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Sundance: A Little Resort That’s Big on Rustic Charm

For some people, the word “Sundance” conjures images of Robert Redford in the movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a mail-order catalogue, a film festival, or a cable channel. To me, however, Sundance equals a majestic mountain retreat—nestled at the foot of a...

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New York City Travel Deals for the Frugal Traveler

Is it possible to visit New York without breaking the bank?Here are  cheap and chic hotel suggestions and alternative sightseeing activities that are both fun and affordable!   New York City's average daily room rate in 2012 was a whopping $290, according to NYC &...

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The Best of Napa (When You Abandon Your Diet)

  “The Gourmet Mile” in Yountville, a small town with a big reputation for exceptional cuisine and extraordinary wine. Located in the heart of Napa, about an hour drive from San Francisco, the dining tables of some of America’s most celebrated chefs are within walk...

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Sail into Spring with an Easter Cruise

Sometimes hiding Easter eggs in the backyard just doesn't cut it. So how about giving your kids a treat this year with a hunt aboard, say, a cruise ship? MSC Cruises is one such cruise line that is geared towards families and Easter festivities. Not only do kids sail...

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How to Meet The Locals

For those of us who travel a lot, the most enduring memories are often of the people we meet along the way. Remember that hilarious waiter in Rome? Or Mary Murphy, the owner of the B&B in Ireland? The best way to connect easily with locals is to stay in their homes or...

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Ten Tips for Planning a National Park Vacation

My parents saved all year for our summer family vacations.  Mom, dad and four kids piled into the station wagon and we headed west from Ohio to Wyoming, Arizona and California. There is no better way to have an appreciation of our own country and our Wild West History...

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The Galapagos is a “Top Ten Must-Do Destination”

Almost every week I see another nature program on TV about the Galapagos Islands. I loved my short trip there a decade ago when I swam with the sea lion pups, penguins, and sharks and ad mired the famous blue-footed boobie, land iguanas and tortoise.  With every...

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Five Reasons to Ski Utah

The snow fell early and in great abundance in Utah so far this winter.  Here's why  I head west to Utah's ski slopes when the thermometer heads south. 1. Easy access.  As your plane begins its gradual decent into Salt Lake City, it’s obvious: the mountains are so...

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Tasty Travels: French Country Winter Soup

When I was a student in Paris, a classmate invited me to her home in the Loire Valley for the weekend. We took the train from Paris and visited the cathedral in Chartres and several castles. February is a cold and damp time in France. I remember the pleasure of...

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