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Royal Caribbean International Sets Standard For Futuristic Cruise Ships

Water-bound vessels are typically identified as one of the earliest modes of transportation utilized by civilization. Throughout history, there have […]

Explore An Exotic Pool And The Open Waters Of Florida

Let’s be honest. All of us Floridians might as well be considered aquatic mammals for as much as we frequent […]

Dolphins And Parrots And Alligators, Oh My: A Florida Wildlife Guide

The Latin flare and international cultures that flourish in South Florida aren’t the only exotic species in the region. Our […]

5 Great U.S. Wedding Destinations (Other Than SoFlo Of Course)

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that marriage is a constitutional right for […]

Atlanta, Georgia: The Southern Yet Not Too Southern Urban City

Atlanta, Georgia has always been a unique southern territory with not-so-traditional southern values, which makes it a great travel destination […]

Explore The Southern Decadence Of The French Quarter In New Orleans

Nothing keeps the pizzazz of New Orleans, Louisiana (NOLA) down. Not even a devastating blow from 2005’s Hurricane Katrina that […]

Escape To Key West For A Mini Weekend Getaway

Don’t we South Floridians have it made to be able to call Key West part of our home. The gorgeous […]

There’s No Better Time To Tour Cuba’s Havana Than Now

It wasn’t long ago when travel to Cuba was restricted. In fact, it was just this past January that the […]

Where To Go, What To See On Hawaii’s Garden Island Of Kauai

By Andrew Collins Nobody on Kauai will give you a hard time for simply lazing on one of the island’s […]

Obama To Receive IGLTA Award

The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association has decided to give its most prestigious award to U.S. President Barack Obama. […]