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The Long Haul

Jan 9th, 2013 Travel Tips

How to Prepare for a Longer Journey or Sabbatical by Greg Garcia Occasionally in life we are presented with the opportunity to travel for more than the traditional two-week holiday that we Americans are accustomed to. A sabbatical, a job transition, or a mean case of wander-lust can have you adventuring for months on end.… Read More

How To Travel In Comfort

Jan 9th, 2013 Travel Tips

Tips to Make Coach Feel Like First Class Many a seasoned globetrotter will tell you they love everything about travel—except the actual traveling. Airplane seats have gotten smaller, flights are more crowded and it’s been a long time since anyone claimed that “getting there is half the fun.” But that doesn’t mean you can’t travel… Read More

Lighten Your Load

Jan 9th, 2013 Packing Tips, Travel Tips

How to Pack Lighter & Tighter – 5 Steps to a more packable & versatile travel wardrobe, while keeping it light. The key to packing light and tight is to think about versatility above all else: Can you wear that sundress sightseeing, and to the beach? Can you dress down those slacks with a tee,… Read More

Destination: Bavaria & Austria

Nov 1st, 2012 Destinations

Kingdoms of powerful dynasties, monarchs and blue bloods, Austria and Bavaria have long reigned as European crown jewels. Travel with us through this imperial culture of music, art and waltz that flourishes within castles, cafés, opera houses and concert halls. We’ll also visit cozy Alpine villages that beckon with skiing, Schnapps and schnitzel, and drop… Read More

Destination: Switzerland

Oct 11th, 2012 Destinations

Hedged like a pristine park among European superpowers, Switzerland boasts picturesque scenery, polite and poised citizenry, remarkably clean streets, and a seamless blend of old and new. Home to some of the most legendary ski resorts in the world, this peaceful wonderland is a great winter travel destination. Alp Regions – A Bovine Farewell to… Read More

Destination: Argentina & Chile

Sep 6th, 2012 Destinations

In the two elongated countries that inhabit southern South America, the cowboys of the pampas (grassland plains) meet world-class polo ponies, and the hiking trails of breathtaking Patagonia intersect the wine routes of the Andean foothills. Journey with us to Argentina and Chile, where bold aromas of grilled, grass-fed beef and chorizo emanate from open-air… Read More