Review: 4 Night Caribbean Cruise with Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas

By: George Pitiranggon, Director of Marketing & Web Strategies

Every year, my very large family, who are spread around the country, likes to get together for an annual family reunion. Most of the time, it’s usually the same thing: pick someone’s house and then stuff a bunch of people in for a week. This year, we decided to do something different. A lot of my family members have never been on a cruise before and we were planning for something in the summer. With a little convincing and the fact that it would be cheaper, more comfortable, and FUN for everyone, we went on a cruise with Royal Caribbean on their Enchantment of the Seas to the Bahamas and Key West.

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Review: Tauck Cuba – Connecting With People and Culture

Tauck Cuba - Buildings in Cuba

By: Christine Whittle, Travel Consultant and Sunny Lewis, Senior Certified Travel Associate

Although Cuba is so close to the United States, it is like visiting time past. We had no idea that we would be experiencing one of the most wonderful Islands in the Caribbean! First we had a night at the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, Florida so that we would be provided with all the necessary information required for the experience of a lifetime.Continue reading

Review: Christening of the Avalon Passion

Avalon Passion- River Cruise Ship

By: Allyson Humber, Senior Certified Travel Associate

I recently had the pleasure of participating in the Christening cruise of Avalon Waterways’ newest Suite Ship, PASSION.

Our group of agents and industry professionals met in Vienna on Saturday, April 9th at the Intercontinental Hotel to begin our tour which included a performance by the Lippizan stallions and a private tour of the stables at the Spanish Riding School.  The performance hall is magnificent and we enjoyed watching the horses perform  various routines showcasing their various talents.  The Lippizans are born black and turn white with age, and those that retain their black coats are considered lucky charms.  The performance was magical and I highly recommend anyone visiting Vienna to include this in your tour plans.

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