March 2014

March 2014

What’s New in Cancun & Riviera Maya

The Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort completed a $22 million renovation of its Nizuc section in December 2013, including 120 newly renovated guestrooms, the main lobby, pool, food and beverage outlets, gym, beauty salon, and Tortugas Ballroom.

Turkish Delights

Turkey’s breathtaking landscapes and cultural attractions—from great architectural monuments to colorful bazaars and savory cuisine—are drawing Americans to this country in record numbers.

Cosmopolitan South Africa

Sthu Zungu, president of South African Tourism, North America, says that South Africa is currently experiencing a significant increase in its tourism industry.

Riveting Rhode Island

Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the U.S., but it’s teeming with culture, culinary delights and a charming ambiance, most evident in its capital city Providence, and the state’s seaside gem, Newport.

Okinawa to visit is to love it

Old Japanese poets, in their penchant for imagery, wrote that if Japan is a pearl necklace, then Okinawa is its pendant.

Un-Cruise Adventures’ S.S. Legacy

It’s something many of us murmur about but rarely accomplish—cutting the connection.

Alaska

Princess Cruises is introducing the largest ship to sail in Alaska to date, the 3,082-passenger Crown Princess, sailing the Voyage of the Glaciers route that runs through the Gulf of Alaska.

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