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California Goodness Delivered to Your Door

September 16, 2014
California Wine Club monthly shipment

California wine country is one of our favorite U.S. destinations. Alan and I especially enjoy exploring small, family-run wineries where the owners share their enthusiasm and passion for wine making with visitors. And did I mention the fun of sampling handcrafted wines while listening to stories of how the winery came to be? When The California Wine […]

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News for the Week

September 13, 2014

USA Road Trips USA Road Trips is the theme for the September edition of the My Itchy Travel Feet monthly newsletter. Did you know that road tripping is our favorite way to travel? In this issue, we’re featuring travel deals, destination suggestions and an original article with road trip tips. You’ll also find a subscriber only special — 15% off California Wine […]

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Saturday’s scene: At the Luau

September 13, 2014
Old Lahaina Luau sunset

As the sun dips into the Pacific, dancers at Old Lahaina Luau begin to perform the history of the Hawaiian Islands through hula. A guest of the Maui Visitor’s Bureau, I have a ringside seat and the perfect vantage point to take photos. But this is just the beginning of an entertaining evening in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. […]

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News for the Week

September 6, 2014
Paragliding over Maui

Aloha from Maui! Yes, that’s me paragliding in the photo. It might look scary but paragliding turned out to be a peaceful experience that I’d do again in a heartbeat. I’ll be writing more about my adventure with Proflyght Paraglide Maui soon. For me, it’s a reminder that trying something new is powerful and energizing. My advice […]

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Top Five Apps for USA Road Trips

September 3, 2014
Dusty Toyota after driving the Alpine Loop in Colorado

No matter what kind of travel you opt for normally, setting out on the open road is an exhilarating experience for anyone. Sure, packing your bags and heading to the airport can be exciting, but there’s nothing like the freedom that comes along with revving that engine and hitting the highway on a long road […]

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Maui the Boomer Way

September 2, 2014
The view at Montage Kapalua Bay

Luxury plus adventure is my favorite travel combination. And the folks at Visit Maui have invited me to experience just that. I’m calling it Maui the Boomer Way. Look at what I’ll be doing for six days on this beautiful Hawaiian island: For adventure, I’ll be paragliding wit Proflyght Paragliding, snorkeling (more than once) and learning stand […]

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News for the Week

August 30, 2014

Whoa! Has your week been as busy as ours? Alan’s been making our fall travel plans while I prepare for a trip to Maui. That left little time to explore our Montana neighborhood, which is a shame considering the stellar weather we’ve had this week. But I did drive down to Triple Creek Ranch for a writing […]

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Visiting Hubbard Glacier by Cruise Ship

August 27, 2014
Hubbard Glacier, Alaska

Glacier viewing is a prime reason to cruise in Alaska. And for good reason. A cruise is one of the easiest, and most scenic, ways to explore these giant rivers of ice. Plus it’s one Alaska cruise excursion that’s free. Well, except for the cost of the trip. While cruising from Vancouver to Singapore on Regent Seven Seas […]

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News for the Week

August 23, 2014
Mimosas for breakfast on Silver Spirit

Who doesn’t enjoy a little luxury now and then? Assistant Editor, Nicole, and I have been busy this week revising the Luxury Cruise Reviews page. Take a look, then let us know what you think. We have many more to add. This Week’s Articles Whether you’re cruising on traveling on a road trip, eating healthy […]

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Saturday’s scene: Going to the Library

August 23, 2014
Library of Celsus in Ephesus, Turkey

The Library of Celsus is probably the most photographed ruin in Ephesus, Turkey. Constructed between 110 and 135 A.D. by Julius Aquilla in memory of his father, Celsus Polemaeanus, a Roman Senator and Governor of Asia, the elegant building was more than just a library. It was also Celsus Polemaeanus’ tomb, which was located in a sarcophagus beneath the main […]

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