tours

Girlfriend Getaway: Shady Ladies Tour of Paris

by Mary Jo Manzanares on May 10, 2017

I am not typically a tour kind of traveler. Oh sure, when I’m in a new city I like taking a general city tour to get the lay of the land for later independent exploration, and I do enjoy a short themed day tour. But cramming myself on a bus with a bunch of other people […]

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Exploring History and Politics in Washington, D.C.

by Jenni Ingersoll on April 26, 2017

Washington D.C. offers an array of memorials, museums, and attractions to explore for those wanting to learn more about the history and workings of the United States. Many government offices are open to the public and available for tours, free of charge. Prior to visiting, I strongly recommended that you contact your local congressman or senator to secure tour tickets […]

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Channel Your Inner Spy On This James Bond 007 London Holiday

by Anthony Manzanares on November 20, 2015

  It’s been over a week since the new James Bond film “Spectre” premiered, and already the film has grossed in excess of $294 million. I haven’t been to see it yet, busy traveling, but it’s on the to-see list for the coming week. For those who would like to channel their inner spy and […]

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At the core of NASA’s future is a new journey of innovation and discovery. Groundbreaking technologies will enable us to journey to new worlds and increase our understanding of the Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond. ATX– Astronaut Training Experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex – invites guests to explore as never […]

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2015 Food Festivals on Florida’s Historic Coast

by Mary Jo Manzanares on June 3, 2015

  Located midway between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville, Florida’s Historic Coast includes historic St. Augustine , the outstanding golf and seaside elegance of Ponte Vedra, 42 miles of pristine, Atlantic beaches and the location of Ponce De Leon’s historic discovery of Florida in 1513. St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches are fast becoming known as […]

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Experience Rajasthan Like a Maharajah

by Mary Jo Manzanares on December 11, 2013

Rajasthan India

In the spirit of the Maharajas, Geringer Global Travel is introducing an exclusive 15-day tour of Rajasthan, guided by Durga Singh Ji, a Rajasthani native and hotel proprietor who is from India’s royal Mandawa family. This once-in-a-lifetime trip offers a small party of travelers (maximum group of twelve) an intimate look into India’s complex dynastic […]

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Nelson Mandela Themed Tour of South Africa

by Mary Jo Manzanares on December 4, 2013

Nelson Mandela tour of South Africa

Inspired by the upcoming release of the film, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Zicasso introduces a 5-star journey through South Africa that follows in the footsteps of one of Africa’s finest sons: Nelson Mandela. The year 2014 will mark the 50th anniversary of Mandela’s sentence to life imprisonment and the 20th anniversary of Mandela becoming the […]

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Sightseeing in Tokyo: Taking a City Tour

by Mary Jo Manzanares on October 31, 2012

Downtown Tokyo at night

In a city as large and diverse as Tokyo, I knew I’d be overwhelmed without a city tour to help me get my bearings.  I needed to get to know the layout of the city and I needed more than the maps could provide me.  I had a long list of sights to see and […]

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Swimming With Manatees

by Jenni Ingersoll on November 16, 2011

When the weather and water temperatures begin to drop, the Crystal River/Kings Bay area of Florida becomes the winter home of nearly 400 West Indian Manatees.  Manatees  prefer slow moving rivers,  canals and coastal areas where vegetation and sea grass flourish, apparently why they’re drawn to the natural springs of the Crystal River where the […]

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Spirits Sparkle at Huber’s Orchard and Winery

by Greg Seiter on August 24, 2011

Southern Indiana is blessed with lush, rolling hills and seemingly endless acres of peaceful forestry that subtly conceal some of the state’s best kept secrets.  One such gem that wine enthusiasts should seek out is Huber’s Orchard & Winery, located in tiny Starlight, Indiana.  Thanks to Interstate 65, Starlight, still an unincorporated town today, is […]

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