Amsterdam Adventure: Trains, Boats and Bicycles

  By Roberta Lasky Having grown up on Netherland Avenue in the Dutch-named Spuyten Duyvil* section of Riverdale in The Bronx**, I have always had a strong interest in visiting Amsterdam. Planning our summer vacation in Europe, my husband and I decided to add a three-night trip to this city that has so many meaningful […]

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It’s All Greek To Me

By Jodi Baretz With much excitement my husband and I were finally headed to Greece. We were supposed to go 20 years ago on our honeymoon but, another event got in the way. I’m not a big planner so minus a few dinner reservations we were going to wing it. Since we have the Starwood […]

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10 Tips For Traveling To Israel

  By Joanie Schildkraut Israel is similar to Disney World in that no matter at what age you go, or what time of the year you travel, everyone comes home with fond memories to last a lifetime.  No two trips will ever be the same, but here are some of the tips learned from our […]

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Why Ireland?

By Marlo Klein. Why Ireland? The world is a big place and I intend to see it all (if I’m lucky). So not every destination I pick is popular. I found recently that when I chose Ireland as this summer’s place for Andrew and I to explore, I got many of the same reactions..”really, why […]

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Go West Young Men….And Mom and Dad Too

By Jodi Lichtenstein. In an effort to try something new my family of four decided to veer off track and take a family road trip. On our typical vacations you will find us stateside on a beach in Florida or on our family favorite, a cruise. Within our family unit our definition of “vacation” varies […]

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