North America

The Stone Arch Bridge was built so that wheat farmers can bring their crops across the Mississippi to the flour mills.

Posted on September 19th, 2014

Eye on the World: Minneapolis

During her time at MLT University 2014 in Minneapolis, MN., Recommend’s Managing Editor had some free time to stroll around Downtown Minneapolis. Here are her pics for our Eye on the World series.


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Guests taking on the saying “The Saints will win the Super Bowl when pigs fly.” (Photo credit: Jay Combe.)

Posted on September 17th, 2014

Halloween Treats

We have a few Halloween treats across the country for those of you whose clients are thinking of spicing up their Halloween celebrations this year.


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Neon Museum in Downtown Vegas.

Posted on September 15th, 2014

Eye on the World: Las Vegas

I went to Las Vegas last week, and no, I didn’t gamble or go to any of the world-famous nightclubs (what a bore, right?!), but I did ride the New York-New York roller coaster, went off-road jeep touring with Red Rock Adventures in Red Rock Canyon, got a peek at a couple of new properties and ate A LOT.


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Rendering of Loews Sapphire Falls Resort. (Photo courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort.)

Posted on September 11th, 2014

Universal Partners with Loews for New Hotel

This week, Universal Orlando Resort announced it has partnered once again with Loews Hotels and Resorts to open the Caribbean-themed Loews Sapphire Falls Resort in summer 2016.


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Rose Island House in Newport. (Photo credit: Discover Newport.)

Posted on September 10th, 2014

Rhode Island Breaks the Mold

Rhode Island—the smallest state in the U.S.—seems to constantly break the mold: it was one of the first original colonies; one of thirteen colonies to declare independence from British rule; and now one of the first states to perform same-sex marriages. But that’s not all that’s going on in the “The Ocean State”—there’s plenty of culture, historical mansions, quaint new boutique hotels, fall festivals, and a vast foodie scene, too.


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Orlando, Fla. (September 4, 2014) -- SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular is an ocean of Halloween fun, every weekend in October at SeaWorld Orlando.

Posted on September 8th, 2014

Family Fun at SeaWorld Parks

Just because summer is (almost) behind us, doesn’t mean family travel should come to a halt. Coast-to-coast, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is offering great getaways for the cooler days ahead, from family-friendly to frightening Halloween events.


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Montauk Blue Hotel's newly designed chic guestroom.

Posted on September 8th, 2014

Beach & Brew

Summer isn’t quite over yet, giving your clients a little more time to enjoy the long summer days at the beach with a cold brew in hand. The Montauk Blue Hotel, in the town of East Hampton, NY, has tapped into local craft brewers, Montauk Brewing Company, to offer guests a taste of their local brew with the Blue & Brew getaway package.


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Stay Clippers offers six yoga-themed cruises.

Posted on September 4th, 2014

Cruises for Every Personality

Cruises no longer follow the cookie-cutter mold—they now offer themes, as well as special tours to fit every personality. Whether your clients like to sleep in, are practicing or novice yogis, or are wine enthusiasts, we found a cruise to fit their personality and lifestyle.


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Rendering of the Category G Stateroom aboard Haimark's new MS Saint Laurent.

Posted on September 4th, 2014

Haimark Line Launches New Ship in 2015

Haimark Line will launch the MS Saint Laurent, its newest ship, in May 2015 with year-round itineraries in the North Atlantic Coast, and in South and Central America.


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House of the Seven Gables in Salem

Posted on September 3rd, 2014

Haunting Salem

With Halloween right around corner, what better time than the present to do a short write-up on “haunting” Salem?


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