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Quito’s New Airport Opens Tomorrow
Effective Feb. 20, passengers will be taking off from and landing in Quito, Ecuador at the new Mariscal Sucre Airport, located 15 miles northeast of Quito in the Tababela parish.
Landmark Year in Amsterdam
While Amsterdam may be notorious for its coffeeshops and Red Light District, this city is becoming a cultural hotspot as the city's Famous Canal Ring is put in the spotlight and museums celebrate milestone anniversaries.
New Hotels in North America
The hotel landscape in the U.S. is in constant flux, with new hotels popping up from New York to L.A. Here's an update on some of the latest properties that should be on your radar.
Aquamare in the British Virgin Islands
It Pays to Book Villas
In Jamaica, the BVI, and Antigua, clients can live like Eric Clapton.
Discover the Ruins of Copan in Honduras
On December 21, 2012, the 5,126-year-long Maya long-count calendar came to an end. For those who missed the ceremonies and celebrations at the royal Mayan complex of Copan, turn the calendar page to a new era of discovery.
Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic
This, the second-largest city in the Dominican Republic, is an inland metropolis that, instead of offering beaches and golf, welcomes business travelers and other visitors to an untouristed destination with urban nightlife and culture.
Saint Lucia
Not only one of the most beautiful islands on earth, St. Lucia is famous for the twin Piton mountains on its southwest shore, and yes, you can climb them (hint: the shorter one is actually harder to scale because it’s steeper).
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rica has become synonymous with ecotourism travel, capturing the hearts of those interested in spectacular scenery (volcanoes to rainforests to beaches), biological diversity (100 species of frogs!) and adventure sports (river rafting, hiking, scuba diving, surfing, ziplining, for starters) that capitalize on the great outdoors.
Managua
Nicaragua is gaining a reputation as Central America’s most intriguing new travel destination.
Panama City
The New York Times, in placing Panama in its No. 1 slot of 45 places to go in 2012, suggested: “Go for the canal. Stay for everything else.”
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A-ROSA Silva
How romantic can a river ship get? Picture the new 172-passenger A-ROSA Silva and her predecessors in the stylish fleet of A-ROSA Cruises.
Townhouse Hotel, South Beach
Townhouse Hotel doesn’t scream, “look at me; look at me,” but once it’s gotten your attention, there’s really no way to keep your eyes off this
Palms Place, Las Vegas
The swank new 599-unit Palms Place condohotel tower that opened last spring next to the Palms Las Vegas, might have been considered
A Taste of Nicaragua
Almost every visitor to Nicaragua puts Granada at the top of their favorites list in Nicaragua. In its Central Plaza, colorful horse-drawn carriages
A Taste of Panama
The main gateway to the rest of the country is Panama City, a waterside capital full of good hotels and restaurants, nightclubs and nonstop
Elevate your Life – Ski Utah
When most people think of going skiing or snowboarding—sometimes collectively referred to as “snowriding”—at a high-quality destination...
Las Vegas: Off the Beaten Strip
Horseback safaris, haunted gold mine tours, ziplining, hiking and jeep tours into the outback—hold on tight as we take you on a journey to...
Holland America’s Volendam
There seemed to be a recurring theme among many of the guests aboard the SS Volendam this past February. They had a desire to visit
Getting Lost in the State that Smiles
Veracruz finds a well-deserved place in the adventure tourism niche.
Jungle Love in Belize
For clients on a first or second honeymoon, those renewing vows or celebrating anniversaries, Belize offers spectacular settings: tropical...
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