Unbelievable Comfort in First-Class Suites

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
First-Class Flights

I have been fortunate to fly first-class on a few occasions; however, two airlines are going the extra mile with comfort by offering suites.  This is the ultimate way to travel on long flights!

Top 7 UNESCO Heritage Sites to Visit

Posted by: Unknown on Friday, November 17, 2017
UNESCO Heritage Sites

There are so many must-see locations through UNESCO Heritage Sites you must visit at least once in your life. We chose the top 7 places spread out through the world for you to consider at least one for your next trip. 

Seattle’s Space Needle Is Getting A Major Update

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Friday, November 10, 2017
Seattle Space Needle - Travel

The Space Needle has been an iconic landmark in Seattle, Washington since its inception as the centerpiece for the 1962 World’s Fair.  It houses an award-winning restaurant, a venue for private events, a retail shop and its very popular observation deck. The Space Needle stands 605-feet high offering exceptional views of Seattle.

Spend Three Days in Chicago

Posted by: Donna Smith - Contributor on Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Downtown Chicago Illinois

Chicago is an extraordinary city with incredible architecture, a rich history and great food! The neighborhoods are unique with their own personality in attractions, restaurants and bars.

5 Morning Habits to Get Off on the Right Foot

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Friday, October 20, 2017
5 Morning Habits to Get Off on the Right Foot

Ladies, life is stressful enough.  If you think of everything you need to do this week, today, in the next hour.  I bet I’m giving you anxiety right now!  You’ve got a ton to do, but in order to have the perfect execution, let’s get you off on the right foot. 

Port Wine – Funchal, Madeira Island

Posted by: Adam Lapsevich - Contributor on Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Funchal City

With the seasons changing, our dinner parties shift from outdoor patio events to delightful evenings in our dining room, complete with a fireplace, good friends, lively conversation and lots of fine wines. There is always some gastronomical delight served (I have a lot of “foodie friends”) with fun cocktail music in the background and plenty of laughs.

The Perils of Jet Lag

Posted by: Donna Smith - Contributor on Friday, October 13, 2017
Jet Lag Feeling

For most of us who have traveled from coast to coast in the United States or internationally, we have most likely experienced the sensation of jet lag. Our bodies are not prepared to adapt to a rapid change in the light-dark cycle. It is a most undesirable feeling.

Tips for the Best Experience on the Natchez Steamboat

Posted by: Carol Lehman on Friday, March 10, 2017
Mardi Gras New Orleans

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