April 2010

Posted on April 1st, 2010

April 2010


Posted on April 1st, 2010

Editor's Notes: April 2010

Welcome to our April issue. We’ve put a lot of emphasis on specialty travel this month and it’s interesting to note that the growth of specialty


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Apr10 Select Registry

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Select Registry

Select Registry, an association of distinguished inns in North America, has an interesting history, one that started in the 1960s with a travel


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Collette Vacations

Early this year, Collette Vacations held a webinar titled, “Collette vs. the Competition,” for travel agents interested in discovering what


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Apr10 Specialty Cruising

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Specialty Cruising

Niche, specialty and themed cruising have been around for awhile, mostly with a focus on special interest groups.


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Apr10 Istabul 2010 European Capital of Culture

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Istanbul – 2010 European Capital of Culture

If the weather cooperates, it might be around that time of year when thousands of tulips indigenous to Turkey—not to the Netherlands…


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Apr10 Israel for Explorers

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Israel for Explorers

Beyond its history, archaeology and culture, Israel beckons with desert adventures, photography workshops and tobogganing.


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Apr10 Nature Takes Its Course in Minorca

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Nature Takes its Course in Minorca

The so-called “Plain Jane of the Balearics” might not be as ostentatious as her neighbors, but she’s got a few hidden gems up her sleeves…


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Apr10 Affordable Niche Travel in Australia

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Affordable Niche Travel in Australia

Even though they felt a lot easier after their 2009 numbers came in, Australia is still not comfortable with their inbound numbers from…


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Apr10 Shikoku Japan

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Shikoku, Japan

It’s late afternoon on Shikoku, a lush island refreshed by wind and tide and the smallest of the four major landmasses of the Japanese


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