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    In the September and October 2014 issue of JAX FAX Travel Marketing Magazine, become more familiar with Germany's Highlights and Regional Traditions. Read More
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    Asia's Secret Country of Cool - Korea is this month's cover feature article in the July/August issue of DESTINATIONS by JAX FAX. Read More
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    Find out the best tips for visiting Croatia in the spring or fall while reading the cover feature article of the May/June issue of DESTINATIONS by JAX FAX. Read More
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    Learn more about Poland's long Spa and Wellness history and current offerings while reading the cover feature article of the March/April issue of DESTINATIONS by JAX FAX. Read More
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    Be inspired about Belize when reading the cover feature story in the January/February issue of DESTINATIONS by JAX FAX Marketing Magazine. Read More
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    In the December 2013 issue of JAX FAX Travel Marketing Magazine, become more familiar with Wales' many capital attractions and The Dylan Thomas 100 Festival. Read More
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Thursday, 14 March 2013 13:05

Atlantic Canada The New Alaska?

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Atlantic Canada has been described as “the new Alaska” - with reason. Itineraries appeal to younger passengers and families alike, offering such activities as: whale-watching excursions (the region boasts more whales than anywhere else in the world); nature hikes; family bike trips; white water rafting; pub crawls (Halifax claims more bars and pubs per capita than in any other city in North America); ziplining; winery tours and much more. 
Thursday, 14 March 2013 13:03

The Garden Island of Kauai

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Kauai, the oldest and fourth largest of the Hawaiian chain certainly lives up to its nickname of the “Garden Island.” There is no parallel to its lush valleys and pristine beaches; the Napoli coast alone is worth the trip. But what really makes the trip to the islands unique is experiencing the truly fascinating culture and history of Hawaii. 
Thursday, 14 March 2013 13:01

So Much to See Vienna

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I always like Vienna, but I can never stay long enough. There are too many museums to visit; too many palaces to see; too many stunning churches and thought-provoking historic sites, too much music to hear, too much good food to eat. How does one choose? I arrived by train from Zurich, Switzerland, using a Eurailpass. Traveling by Eurail from country to country has always seemed to me to be the easiest, most pleasant way for a sightseer to go.  The cherry trees were blooming pink along the Lake of Zurich as I set out. As the train climbed into…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:59

A Visit To Krakow, Poland

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There are many cities and towns dotting the Polish landscape which are very tempting for tourists to discover. From the large cities like Warsaw and Kraków, to small historic towns and villages, it is hard to know where to begin on a trip to this central European jewel.  Bordered by Germany to the west, the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine to the east and Russia and the Baltic Sea to the north, Poland’s population boasts more than 38.5 million residents.  As unique as the residents, the landscape holds the Carpathian and Sudety Mountains to…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:57

Helsinki’s World Design Capital Summer

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This summer, there will be even more to see, do and experience in Helsinki. Helsinki’s year as World Design Capital means lots of new kinds of summer events and venues. In addition, the 200th anniversary of Helsinki as capital of Finland will provide unforgettable experiences for visitors. The Design Pavilion in the courtyard between the Design Museum and the Museum of Finnish Architecture serves as the heart of the theme year and will host many events until mid-September. Another new venue is the Chapel of Silence in Kamppi. The chapel serves as both a quiet place for meditation, and a…
It was a quiet, early spring day - about 50 degrees and slightly overcast -- in medieval Old Town, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. My companions and I were enjoying a stroll along the cobblestone streets, checking out art galleries and craft and vintage shops. On Pikk Street, we slipped into Cafe Maiasmokk (www.kalev.eu/en/maiasmokk-cafe/cafe), a historic Viennese-like coffee house, the oldest in the city, dating back to 1864. We found a seat in the back against the precisely carved Art Nouveau wood paneling, where we could easily gaze up at the magnificent hand-painted glass…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:53

Argentina A Very Affordable Holiday

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The diverse country of Argentina, the second-largest country in South America and eighth-largest country in the world, is home to stunning vistas, cosmopolitan cities and a very lively mix of cultures. Most noted for its steak, leather, Malbec wine and the tango, Argentina is a safe, viable option for those looking to explore a European-type city or wide open countryside at a fraction of the cost of jetting over to Europe. Whatever the occasion for visiting the country, one will most definitely leave with an appreciation for good food, fine wine and a great pair of leather boots!
Sandals Resorts recently launched their new WeddingMoons program at a gala event in Grand Central Station, NYC. On hand to emcee the event was reknowned bridal expert Randy Fenoli, star of TLC’s Say Yes To The Dress and Randy to the Rescue.
Long before Sandals Royal Bahamian was even a twinkle in Sandals Founder/COO Gordon “Butch” Stewarts eye, it was the site of a fairy tale romance between the former King of England, Edward VIII and his American born bride Wallis Simpson.  So great was the scandal of their romance that King Edward was forced to abdicate his throne and was sent by Winston Churchill to be the Governor of the Bahamas. It was on the site of current day Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort that the lovestruck royal couple hosted many an opulent party at the Balmoral Club, now Sandals’ Crystal dining…
Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:46

The Allure of Anguilla

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A tiny treasure in the northern Caribbean, Anguilla is serene, secluded and a scenic ferry away from St. Maarten/St. Martin. West of St. Kitts and east of Puerto Rico, the sunny sliver has legions of adoring fans that come for the immaculate coral reefs, sapphire blue ocean, white sandy beaches and some of the finest restaurants, resorts and villas in the region. “Whether you are looking to indulge your senses in relaxation or rejuvenation of the mind, body and spirit, Anguilla is the vacation your soul has been yearning for,” says Candis Niles, director of tourism for the Anguilla Tourist…
Saturday, 30 June 2012 20:00

Travel Memories

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Recently, I have been cleaning out the estate of my in-laws. It has been a journey of discovery, while at the same time, a true history lesson. We have found so much memorabilia that was obviously very important to the ones to which it once belonged, but to those left behind, it is rather a mystery why these items were ever saved in the first place. I was touched by the variety of things I found, and realized that there really is such a thing as the memory of a lifetime.
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