Tip: Take a card from the front desk at your hotel with the building’s name, phone number, address, etc. It’s an easy way to get back to your hotel when you don’t speak the local language! Just hand the card to the taxi driver and you’re off! –Bree Moede
Tip: When traveling to Europe, it’s important to remember that hotel amenities are often different than what you may be used to in America. The rooms are usually smaller, the buildings are older, and washcloths and shampoo are not always provided!
There is something for everyone in French Polynesia, with 118 islands in all. From beach bungalows, to overwater bungalows, to yacht charters, to resorts on their own private island. This is truly “heaven on earth” and an absolutely perfect place for a honeymoon. The best time of year to travel is May through October…..perfect for those couples getting married in the spring, summer or fall. –Barb Dahl
Tip: While packing I was concerned about the cold and having proper clothing for winter weather and neglected to think that there could possibly be rain. So, my tip would be to make sure you pack waterproof footwear and outerwear. –Marsha Mulqueen
There are so many resorts available that cater to different audiences, budgets and interests. It’s important to plan your vacation with someone who understands your travel preferences and can recommend a resort that is going to fit your needs and ensure a great investment.
Tip: It’s a good idea to arrive a day earlier than the tour starts due to long flight. That way you are refreshed and ready to enjoy the experience! –Terri Norquist
Tip: If you are looking for a brand new, unique cruise experience, then the Quantum of the Seas is worth checking out. This brand new ship has a bold, new, “smart” approach to technology, the first of its kind in the cruising world. From convenient smart check-in and smart concierge, to “wowbands” instead of seapass cards and robotic bartenders, the technology and features of this ship are sure to impress! –Connie Rogers and Alana Magestro
Tip: If visiting Europe for the first time, definitely consider an escorted tour. Having someone else worry about the details of the hotels, tours and transportation takes all the worry out of your vacation and you can just sit back and enjoy the ride instead of standing on the sidewalk studying the map, trying to figure out which way to go. –Kim Roethel
They are adding new 2015 intineraries to Ecuador and the Amazon, along with a “Frozen” Norway Adventure. They have also added some “long weeked” intineraries to Napa/San Francisco and Nashville. These are unique tour experiences! –Marisa Pifher
Tip: Please do not be afraid to travel to the Middle East, the people we met in Jordan were absolutely wonderful!
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