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Written by Chelcie Gilliard. Waking up before 10am, sitting and listening to multiple company information sessions, and going to bed before midnight isn’t exactly what most college students think of when you say “Spring Break”, but that’s exactly what I did. Myself, along with 18 other Michigan State University Spartans spent a week in New… [Read More]

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New York is always a wonderful place for a special occasion. Although we were leaving for Europe on October 21, our 30th anniversary was September 27 and we needed to be someplace wonderful that day. From Michigan, New York is a great place to spend one or two nights. You can depart Friday morning and… [Read More]

Written by Marcia Bethea. Attending an American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) World Congress in New York brought back the many reasons why visiting New York City is so exciting! One of the major reasons for having the conference there versus Seville, Spain as originally scheduled, was to have travel agents lead the way in… [Read More]

Written by Dan Pero. Yawkey Way and the Green Monster. The Monuments in center field. 26 World Series flags and 296 down the line. Hall of Famers Ruth, Mays, Koufax and Aaron. Williams, Mantle, Killebrew and Ryan. Yearning to love the game I once embraced as an eight year old when I listened to Ernie Harwell… [Read More]

That famous phrase went through my head repeatedly as I somewhat nervously anticipated our upcoming trans-Atlantic crossing aboard the famous Queen Elizabeth 2. For as long as I have known my husband, he has spoken fondly about his family's voyages on the original Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary back in the early 1960's. My apprehension… [Read More]

Written by Molly Brunette. Most of you probably don't think of hot dogs when you think of New York City and all it has to offer. I didn't either - not until I brought my 9 year old daughter, Krista there to visit my sister and brother-in-law, Joan and Angus Campbell. I visit annually and… [Read More]