Hotel Luggage Storage

By | 2018-06-12T14:20:16+00:00 November 29th, 2013|Fun Stuff|

Leaving bags with the hotel concierge is a easy solution when you don't want to carry your bags.  However, be careful of what you leave in those bags according to Condé Nast Traveler's Ombudsman article "A hotel heist has a guest feeling robbed twice" in the December 2013 magazine.  Most hotels in the US have limited liability [...]

Wanderlust Wednesday: Rome’s Piazza Navona

By | 2016-02-04T15:59:53+00:00 November 27th, 2013|Got Wanderlust?|

Feeling all wanderlusty for Rome! Today’s picture is an interesting angle of Rome's Piazza Navona. It’s built on the site of the ancient Stadium of Domitian (1st c.) and follows the oval, open space of the stadium. It has served a public space since the 15th century and remains one of Rome’s most lively people [...]

Wanderlust Wednesday: Promenade des Anglais

By | 2018-06-12T14:20:16+00:00 November 13th, 2013|Got Wanderlust?|

Feeling all wanderlusty for the French Riviera! The sun kisses everything in the French Riviera. One of our favorite things to do is to sit along the Promenade des Anglais as the sun sets, watch the Mediterranean's  million shades of blue dance into sparkling darkness. Experience this for yourself on our signature tour of Provence and [...]

Wanderlust Wednesday: Glencoe

By | 2018-06-12T14:20:16+00:00 November 6th, 2013|Got Wanderlust?|

Feeling all Wanderlusty for Scotland. This dreamy shot is of Glencoe, Scotland’s most famous and scenic glen. It is also arguably Scotland’s most historic glen, and it was recently voted the country's most romantic glen. Glencoe is not only a popular place for hillwalking and mountaineering, it is also an ideal base from which to [...]

All Roads Lead to Avignon

By | 2018-06-12T14:20:16+00:00 November 3rd, 2013|Articles|

by Shawnie Kelley Avignon: Kingdom of the Popes “All roads lead to Avignon” or so went the saying when, in 1305, Pope Clement V moved the papacy from strife-torn Rome to a peaceful, Provencal town in southern France.  This political move shifted the center of Christendom from the Eternal City to the small, papal enclave [...]