Morocco-Forever Embedded In Our Souls

  By Hilary Murray Morocco! A destiny my husband and I have always desired to visit. Finally, after 20 years of travelling together, we took the plunge and along with our three children, visited this mysterious land during Christmas break. After doing some research our trip was booked through a local Moroccan Travel agency (Travel […]

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Thumbs Up For Amsterdam

  By Jessie G-Age 14 Over December break, my family traveled to Amsterdam. Amsterdam was a perfect and small city to be in for the holidays. Besides the fact that the city itself is extremely small, all of the houses, streets, buildings, and even the canals were decked with Christmas lights and decorations. Amsterdam was […]

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Whistler Was Calling Our Name

By Roberta Lasky Seattle, Vancouver and now our final destination, Whistler!  We were fortunate enough to stay at The Four Seasons. The strong American dollar afforded us the pleasure of reserving a top-notch suite for the price of a one-bedroom. We had dinner at the hotel’s in-house restaurant Sidecut for some excellent surf ‘n turf. […]

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Blowing Off Steam In Vancouver

By Roberta Lasky Our three-hour Amtrak Train ride from Seattle to Vancouver afforded us the opportunity to see the beautiful landscape along the way. After checking into the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, we took a short walk over to Cactus Club Café on Davie Street in the Yaletown section of this charming city.  We had […]

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New Yorkers Find Nirvana In Seattle

By Roberta Lasky As our cross-country flight banked slowly on its final approach into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, we thought it was a mirage rising slowly out of the blue sky. In reality, it was the magnificent snow-capped Mt. Rainier, towering impossibly high above the verdant Washington coastline. We arrived in Seattle this past July for […]

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