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Jetsetera Goes to Croatia

travel September 17, 2014 0 Comments

…and this is what we found! Island hopping at it’s best… …with island beach clubs…hidden coves like Blue Cave… ..and hidden beaches available only by boat. The town of Split is surrounded by water and the pictures look unreal. It is a quaint, casual and friendly town. From the cafes on the cobblestone streets to a beautiful sight overlooking the…

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Travel: Cruising With the Chefs

travel March 27, 2014 0 Comments

  Foter / CC BY-NC-SA /   From August through October 2014, the new Cruising with the Chefs company, founded by Lisa and Rodney George of St. Louis, Mo. and Naples, Fla., offers three culinary cruises with celebrity guest chefs exclusively aboard Oceania’s Marina and Riviera ships. The cruises showcase the ships’ Bon Appétit Culinary Centers, the only hands-on culinary centers at sea. Each 2014 cruise is “a cruise within a cruise, with rock-star chefs,”…

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Travel: Cruise for a Cause to Benefit Susan G Komen Foundation

holiday travel travel planning travel tips May 26, 2013 0 Comments

ecstaticist / Nature Photos / CC BY-NC-SA CruisesOnly®, America’s Largest Cruise Agency and flagship brand in the World Travel Holdings portfolio, and Susan G. Komen® are teaming up to offer “A Cruise for the Cure®,” a unique cruise fundraiser to raise money for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs. CruisesOnly, America’s Largest Cruise Agency, in partnership with Holland America Line®, will…

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Travel: Packing For a Cruise-Less is More

adventure cruise guest post travel travel planning travel tips May 11, 2013 0 Comments

A cruise vacation can be a relaxing, exciting and memorable time. The week before a cruise, however, can be exasperating unless you plan ahead. A few weeks before you cast off, make a list of all the boring adult chores that need to be finished or passed off before your departure. Don’t wait for the last second to arrange for a dog…

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Travel Guest Post: Bareboat Charters

adventure cruise guest post travel travel planning travel tips April 25, 2012 0 Comments

Bareboat chartering is an increasingly popular activity but some are puzzled by the term. If you are not familiar with hiring a boat then it can lead to some confusion but in reality it is very straightforward. Essentially when you arrange this kind of charter all you are renting is the boat itself. There is no crew so you have…

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Travel Guest Post: Dreaming of a Warm Paradise

cruise guest post holiday travel travel planning March 9, 2012 2 Comments

We are in the doldrums of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.  Snow squalls…  Sub-Zero temperatures…  Freezing rain…  More snow…  More squalls… It just never seems to end!  But there is always the excitement of a cruise vacation in a warm climate Paradise.  And to us paradise means anywhere with warm, sunny beaches and friendly people. Imagine the sun beating down…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Reasons to Consider Alaska Cruises

adventure cruise travel travel planning travel tips November 3, 2011 2 Comments

When most people look for cruise deals, they often think of warm weather and sunny beaches. Some of the most popular cruise destinations are tropical islands or Florida coastlines. If you’re looking at cruises though, you might want to give Alaska a chance, and here are some reasons why: They offer everything – With an Alaskan cruise you get beautiful…

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Travel Guest Post: Top 5 Unusual Cruise Activities

adventure cruise guest post travel travel planning travel tips September 26, 2011 1 Comments

Modern day cruise ships have such a vast array of entertainment and activities available on board that a day at sea can be almost as fun as a full day sightseeing. The regular things such as casinos, sports & gym classes have been popular for many years, but the new-age cruise activities will leave you breathless. From zip-line to rock-climbing,…

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Travel Guest Post: Cruising Bahamas, Mexico, and Curacao

cruise travel travel planning travel tips March 7, 2011 2 Comments

Summer cruises are full of fun and sunshine, and most Caribbean destinations are full of bright color, terrific water sports, rhythmic nightlife, sweet rum drinks, and even cooling ocean breezes. Life on the water, even in the hottest of climates, is often surprisingly comfortable when you don your summer gear. Royal Caribbean can be found online, and it’s easy to…

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