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Best Summer Wines: What to Drink Summer 2017

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June 6, 2017

When you’re looking to expand your palate with summer wines, look to this list of seasonal whites, reds, and roses. Rather than simply drinking your go-to sauvignon blancs, rieslings, pino grigios, moscatos or rosés, branch out and try these summer wines that are all under $50/bottle (hint: most are closer to $20/bottle). For the low-down on… Read More

Why Caribbean Fans Should Fly Farther South to Curaçao

Diana Kelly Curacao

April 16, 2017

If your clients are discerning travelers who want to try a different Caribbean getaway with almost-guaranteed perfect weather, history and culture, superb diving sites, plenty of activities, and a European feel, recommend the Dutch island of Curaçao to them. Curaçao (pronounced “Cure-a-sow”) is one of the ABC islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao) that’s perfect for the… Read More

How to Tack a Vacation On Your Business Trip


March 12, 2017

If you travel for work and thought it might be nice to add a few personal days to your trip, it might be easier to do than you’d think (and there’s a good chance your company is A-Okay with it!). For the best tips and tricks on how to maximize business travel with personal fun,… Read More

6 Tips to Help You Practice Beach Yoga


February 14, 2017

If you regularly practice yoga at home and are inspired by the serene surroundings outside your beach vacation rental, doing yoga on the beach can be easy and a refreshing change of pace. Practice yoga comfortably on the beach with these tips from certified personal trainer Jessica Matthews, a yoga educator and exercise science professor… Read More

Why The King of Pop’s Cirque Show is a Must-See


September 9, 2016

On the last weekend in August, I jetted from NYC to Las Vegas to check out Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil in honor of Michael Jackson’s birthday weekend celebration. It was my first Cirque show ever so I didn’t know exactly what to expect but I was excited for dance moves that would… Read More

Why Adventure Seekers Should Visit Grenada

Diana Kelly Photography

June 9, 2016

This story first appeared in the May 2016 Caribbean insert of Vacation Agent magazine. See PDF attached. Grenada (pronounced Gre-nay-da) is known as “The Spice Island” because there are more spices per square mile here than any other place on the planet. When you drive through the island with the windows down, you can smell… Read More

The Hottest Hotel Gyms in the U.S.

Carillon Hotel, Miami

June 9, 2016

Americans may be turning into healthier travelers. According to a 2015 Hotels.com survey, thousands of travelers are saying “Yes” to seeking out fitness centers in hotels and “Who cares?” to the mini bar staying in hotel rooms. Of the amenities worth sacrificing to save a few dollars at their hotel rooms, Americans voted to ditch… Read More

Why Grenada Is Perfect for Active Couples

Sandals LaSource

January 18, 2016

The lush island of Grenada, located in the southeastern part of the Caribbean, is known as the Spice Island, a name reflecting its natural beauty. Sandals LaSource in St. George, just a five-minute drive from Maurice Bishop International Airport, captures all of that the beauty and more. Those guests who book a morning flight from… Read More

How to Stay Healthy While Traveling

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November 18, 2015

Whether you are driving for a few hours to visit relatives or going on a vacation, you know you’re going to be faced with food temptations at every turn. Let’s face it, when we’re overtired and stressed from travel, a warm, gooey, carb-laden something-or-other always seems like it will make us feel better. But if… Read More

The 10 Coolest Hotel Gyms in the U.S.


October 18, 2015

If the phrase “hotel gym” conjures up images of dingy, dark spaces with a few dusty pieces of equipment, we’ve got some good news: that’s no longer the norm. Now you can find gorgeous, expansive spaces with top-of-the-line technology, creative new classes and alternative sporting experiences. So whether you’re on the road for work or for… Read More

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