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Palm Beach County and warm thoughts

Whenever the weather turns just the slightest bit cold up this way, my very first thought is, why am I here? Wouldn’t it be better to be on a beach watching the waves, the sea and the new swimming fashions […]

Palm Beach County and warm thoughts

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Whenever the weather turns just the slightest bit cold up this way, my very first thought is, why am I here? Wouldn’t it be better to be on a beach watching the waves, the sea and the new swimming fashions […]

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Packing for a five week trip to Europe

I researched for months trying to figure out what to pack for a five week trip to Europe, and even with all of that research, I still screwed stuff

My first trip to Moscow

The Soviet Union came to an end in August of 1991 with a Coup d’Etat in Moscow. My husband, Nicholas, was working there at the time as a freelance

European vacation: Tips for the intrepid traveler

In the first video from his new "Leonard Does Europe" series, Leonard Kinsey explains why and how he went on his epic 5-week European vacation, and then gives viewers

Enjoying international travel starts with careful planning

Whether you are a seasoned international explorer or if you are planning your first backpacking trip across the globe, booking flights will be an incredibly important aspect of planning

Where have you been?

Returning to the United States after two years in Canada. (Sarah Abruzzese) If you read what I posted here on the Baltimore Post-Examiner over two years ago, you may be wondering where I've been.

Seizing opportunities: My father’s incredible life

My father turns 95 this week. We were talking over lunch yesterday and he said it was really incredible to him to think about all the things he has

Hookas to hookers: Dubai is anything but boring

Panoramic view of Dubai from the 124th floor observation deck of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. (Larry Luxner) The surprise offer arrived at 4:30 on a freezing Thursday

Weighing the risks of travel

People have been traveling the world for ages. I love reading about people in London who packed up their belongings including porcelain tea sets and took off to explore

Port of Seattle prospers in booming Alaska cruise market

Seattle's Smith Cove Cruise Terminal, with Star Princess and Westerdam in port. (Don Wilson) SEATTLE — The Port of Seattle has overtaken Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Francisco and San Diego

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