Take Your Breath Away
February 10th, 2010

Last March I released the first issue of my emagazine, TraveLuxe. Being shortly after Valentines Day, I figured there were many couples recently engaged, or those just celebrating their love who may be interested in a romantic vacation. While it’s relatively easy to find an all-inclusive in the Caribbean for a long weekend, that’s not […]

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You Wish You Knew!
February 3rd, 2010

Isn’t there always something that you wish you’d been told about a destination before you got there that would have helped you be a little more prepared? Here are just a few of the probably innumerable insights that may help your destination decision and planning. These aren’t necessarily good or bad things, just things you […]

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Escaping North to Iceland
January 22nd, 2010

With a name like Iceland, a country might start off with a disadvantage in the tourism industry. Luckily, enough travelers have been intrigued by its proximity to the arctic circle and awed by its natural beauty to make fears induced by the name virtually obsolete. This is not to say that it’s a warm weather […]

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Stunning Slovenia
November 13th, 2009

For a country that has only been independent since 1991, Slovenia has quickly distinguished itself. The city’s move towards modernizations blends well into its classic Eastern European history and architecture blend with it’s stunning natural beauty as a picturesque backdrop. City Life Ljubljana, the country’s capital city center’s around it’s lively square, characterized by the […]

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Where Travelers Eat and Drink
November 11th, 2009

Last week I mentioned in my blog that I had solicited the help of some contacts on the LinkedIn Slow Food group. I had such an overwhelming response that it required part two and possibly part three to pass along all of their wonderful suggestions for food and drink-related travel! While the last blog was […]

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Destination of the Week – Cape Town
November 6th, 2009

A bustling harbor front, a downtown steeped in history and Table Mountain as a backdrop, Cape Town seems like a world unto itself. Throw in 761 kilometers of Garden route filled with wine country, coastal scenery, wildlife parks and outdoor activities and you could easily spend several weeks exploring this region. Spend the first day […]

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Eating, Drinking & Soaking up the Northwest!
October 5th, 2009

As you may know, I recently took a road trip through the Pacific Northwest, starting in Seattle for a family wedding, heading to Oregon and finally down to Eugene before backtracking up to Seattle to fly home. First, let me say that Washington and Oregon are two of the most beautiful states I have visited. […]

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Exciting Changes for Chimera Travel
June 19th, 2009

    If you are a Collingswood resident or frequent visitor there, you may have noticed that a “for sale” sign on the building of our storefront location. We wanted to assure everyone that while the building is in fact for sale, the business is alive and well!    Over the past couple of years, […]

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