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Fall Foliage Getaways

vibrant fall colorsvibrant fall colorsFall is the time to scope out the best vantage point for fall foliage transformation in New England and Southern Ontario. Plan in advance for this adventure and ensure your getaway is all you’re hoping for ...

Travel Healthy with Dr. Goddess

spice up your foodsspice up your foodsI'm a frequent traveler to speaking engagements, conferences, and training workshops. I have health tips for everyone but especially those who, like me, have NOT mastered the balance of health, fitness and travel ...

Where to Go Solo for a Wellness Vacation

Mii Amo at the Enchantment ResortMii Amo at the Enchantment ResortWhile it's lovely to travel with family, friends or a significant other, occasionally we need a little Me Time. A solo getaway can be planned to simply take "time out" to reconnect with Self ...

Surviving Hurricane Wilma

Hurricane WilmaHurricane WilmaWe were evacuated to a crowded community center with hundreds of other guests, some from my hotel, some not. I decided a last-ditch effort to get back to the U.S. was worth a try. I took a taxi ...

How to Survive an Earthquake

Emergency planningEmergency planningUnlike hurricanes, tornadoes and blizzards, earthquakes strike without warning. Traveling to an earthquake-prone zone is the only alert you get - and that's a long shot at best ...

Zip Line Adventure Tour in the Caribbean

Ziplining in St. LuciaZiplining in St. LuciaWhen you're on vacation, it's easy to like almost any excursion. Falling into lust with zip lining wasn't something my family and I planned, it just sort of happened ...

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  • On An Open Letter to Hotels Everywhere, Lynn said "I agree on the night light thing. Since hotels have none, I end up keeping the bathroom light on all night with the door ajar. Windows. I understand in the litigious US of A, hotels need to prevent folks from throwing themselves out the windows (or else the hotel could be sued?!!). Ok, fine. But for those of us who dislike A/C and only use it when absolutely necessary, can't we still have the option for some FRESH AIR? There ARE ways to allow windows to open up only so much, while at the same time preventing an entire body from throwing itself out the window. Bedskirts. Am I the only one who gets the skeevies when I see hotel beds with bedskirts that hit the floor? I always had images of food crumbs, bugs, and god only knows what...as being hidden behind that bedskirt. I'd much rather a bedskirt that's at least 2" above the (usually carpetted) floor. Towels. Can't we get nicer towels that don't feel like cardboard? Carpetting. Am I the only one who never walks barefoot in a hotel room ...esp when there's carpet? Blech. I'm sure those things are very rarely cleaned. "
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