Share this Image On Your Site <p><strong>Please include attribution to Cruise1st.co.uk with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p><a href='http://news.cruise1st.co.uk/infographics/infographic-quantum-of-the-seas/ target='_blank' … [Read more...] about Anthem of the Seas: Facts and Figures [Infographic]
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of joining fashion and travel writers and editors at a Robert Verdi Twitter Party. It was unlike anything I've ever been to: The apartment was chic and decorated with beach as well as exotic accents. There were platters of sliced vegetables, breads, meats, and cheeses. Bacardi Torched Cherries were served generously as men and women sat on … [Read more...] about Getaways by Robert Verdi
The following is a sponsored post. I am what some may call a Facebook purist. I joined when the membership was still limited to college and high school students. I joined at a time when poking someone was the most thrill you could get out of an otherwise public form of communication. And since then my profile has pretty much stayed the same, give or take a few photo albums … [Read more...] about Your Holiday Matchmaker
One night I was listening to the Lost Girls speak about their travel experiences, and nearly 200 hours later I already had my own solo 6-week cross-country road trip planned. Well, for the most part. In the past few weeks I've heard all of it, from the " you're absolutely insane!" to the " I'm so jealous, you're so brave." I get it, to most people it does sound pretty … [Read more...] about Seven Steps to a Solo Road Trip
Sightseeing through the most famous world capitals is cool. I guess. But there's something about trekking through Patagonia or biking through Provence that has always had a special appeal in my opinion, and apparently, in the opinions of many others. According to the World Tourism Organization's barometer, international tourist arrivals reached an all-time record of 760 … [Read more...] about Thirsty for Adventure?