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The Sea of Galilee, also referred to as Kinneret in Hebrew, is Israel’s largest freshwater lake. Because of a pleasant climate, fertile soil, and relatively abundant water, the rivers flowing into the lake and the adjacent plains the Galilee has been one of the major regions of ancient Palestine. Archaeological evidence has revealed prehistoric tools […]

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Families travel to Costa Rica for fun-filled adventures. However, our precocious 4yr old was very vocal about being less than thrilled to swing through the jungle on a zip-line. So we opted for less vulnerable option, a true jungle river cruise — well, unless you are afraid of sharing the river with crocodiles. To start […]

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The Hudson River Valley is steeped with history and considered to be the most scenic river on the east coast. The Hudson River was named after an English explorer, Henry Hudson in 1609, while searching for a shortcut to China. Stretching 315 miles from the Adirondack Mountains to the Upper New York Bay, the Hudson […]

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A Babymoon is a great way for soon-to-be parents to plan a vacation getaway before the arrival of a baby. Like most babymoon planners, we wanted somewhere warm, relaxing, and ready to pamper. A cruise seemed to be the most laid-back and convenient getaway. Admittedly, we don’t consider ourselves as cruising type of travelers. We […]

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Once called the Route of Emperors and Kings it has been used for millennia as a water highway across Eastern Europe. In May of 2011, we had an opportunity to travel along the Danube River tracing back Elizabeth’s family history. In the early 1800’s, her German ancestors immigrated to Russia, along the Danube. For us […]

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