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DATE: A Trade Event in Punta Cana

DATE: A Trade Event in Punta Cana

By Denise Mattia The Dominican Annual Tourism Exchange (DATE 2015) opened at the end of April with a high-energy evening gala at the Barceló Hotel and Resort in Punta Cana. In the large banquet [continue]

A Taste of the Boudin Trail

A Taste of the Boudin Trail

By Theresa Russell An integral part of life in Louisiana, good food makes the perfect excuse for heading out on the road to enjoy an itinerary specifically dedicated to food. The Southwest Louisiana Boudin [continue]

Egypt, a Gift of the Nile

Egypt, a Gift of the Nile

By Denise Mattia It’s impossible not to gaze again and again in wonderment at the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx at Giza, the tombs of Nefetari and Ramesses I, the colossal statues of the Pharaohs, [continue]

Water Adventures in the Dominican Republic

Water Adventures in the Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has a wide variety of water sports, including scuba diving on reefs, diving in caves, waterfalls, rapids and whale watching.

A Vermont Romance

A Vermont Romance

By Sandy MacDonald I think I’m in love with Win Smith – whom I’ve never met. We have so much in common: an appreciation for Vermont vernacular architecture, and a love of skiing. I [continue]

A Hibernian Fling

A Hibernian Fling

By Sandy MacDonald Trying to book a multi-legged trip to Europe can be tricky:  most carriers seem inexplicably intent on limiting travelers to a single airport, to and fro.  So I was delighted to [continue]

Valentines Day NYC 2015

Valentines Day NYC 2015

  By Elisabeth Ann South Looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year on Friday instead of Saturday the 14th? These modern times make it a challenge to find a good old fashioned place to [continue]

Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge

Titanic Museum Pigeon Forge

By Theresa Russell   Driving down the Pigeon Forge Parkway, the profile of a ship suddenly comes into view. Not a surprising image in Fort Lauderdale or Miami, but in inland Pigeon Forge? Although [continue]

Visiting Armenia

Visiting Armenia

By Denise Mattia Years ago, associates told me about Armenia’s famous manuscripts, illustrations, architecture and the cuisine as well. I also learned about the genocide of 1.5 million people in 1915 by the Ottomans (today’s [continue]

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  • Aeroflot:  The Young Airline
    Aeroflot: The Young Airline

    By Denise Mattia Colleagues gasped when they learned I was flying Aeroflot from New York to Moscow with a connecting flight to Armenia. They’d remembered [continue]

  • 2015 Mons
    2015 Mons

    Edited by Denise Mattia From the child who still has everything to discover to the oldest inquisitive onlooker or art-lover, Mons, Belgium will be the [continue]

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