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San Antonio, Texas – Top Things to See & Do in Alamo City, the Birth Place of Texas

restaurants along the San Antonio RiverWalkThe sprawling modern metropolis of San Antonio sprang from the cry of "REMEMBER THE ALAMO", with it's famed Riverwalk preserved as an oasis in center of this desert city. Restaurants, shops, spa’s, boutique hotels ... 

What to Do if You’re Stuck in a Hotel

be your own cure for boredom!Whether you travel for business or pleasure, sometimes the end of a long travel day can land you alone and in a hotel in a strange city – unable to get out and explore ...

The Vinoy Renaissance St Petersburg Resort & Golf Club

The Vinoy Renaissance in St. PetersburgAs if taken from the pages of The Great Gatsby, The Vinoy’s salmon-colored Mediterranean revival architecture serves as a welcoming sentinel to St. Pete. With it's near perfect weather ... 

How NOT to Gain Weight on an All-Inclusive Vacation

oh, the choices ...You've invested months to get bikini-ready for that upcoming all-inclusive beach vacation. Finally, travel day comes, you check yourself out in the mirror and you like what you see. Kudos. Then comes the drinks ... and the buffet...yikes!

7 Deadly Sins of Travel

what do you envy?Some travel sins are easily avoided while others might require a shift in thinking, a tweaking of the lens we’re looking through when we travel. Ready to confess your travel sins?

How to Travel SUCCESSFULLY with Your Spouse

traveling togetherThere’s nothing I love more than hopping on a plane – or jumping in the car – and escaping somewhere with my lover. But the truth is, as much as we love getting lost together, we’ve also hit our fair share of landmines while on the road together ...

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