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A Travel Agent’s Reflection of The Ocean Riviera Paradise-Riviera Maya, Mexico thumbnail

Since most everyone has been to the Riviera Maya and has done all the wonderful things it has to offer I thought I would just give you a description of the resort I stayed at, Ocean Riviera Paradise. This is a 5-star resort and has so much to offer. There are 4 different category areas… [Read More]

A Travel Agent’s Review of Riu Hotels & Resorts (and More) in Cancun thumbnail

Written by Julie Schafer. I recently returned from escorting a successful group to Cancun. I visited all the Riu Hotels & Resorts in Cancun and a few others during my stay and I wanted to pass along my personal review on each property. Please contact me if you have any questions and to book your… [Read More]

A Travel Agent’s Review of RIU Republica Dominican Republic (Adults-Only) thumbnail

Written by Denise McCain. The best part of the Dominican Republic is the beaches. These beaches are compact sand you can walk for miles on without struggling with balance or sinking. Nothing better than listening to the ocean, feeling the breeze, while casually strolling/wading along the beach. The RIU Republica is a long property with… [Read More]

YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO SAVE ON ANY STATEROOM. PLUS, THE FIRST TWO GUESTS EACH GET TWO FREE PERKS. For a limited time, everyone in your stateroom—any stateroom—saves. The first two guests each save up to $150.* SAVINGS BY STATEROOM CATEGORY: Suite Class: $200 Inside: $50 Ocean view or veranda: $100 Concierge Class or AquaClass®… [Read More]

Cruising the Caribbean from New Orleans – A Travel Agent’s Tips thumbnail

Written by Debb Endres-Scamehorn. NEW ORLEANS Let me first say that if you have never taken a cruise out of New Orleans – you should! It is the easiest port that I have ever gone thru. I had the opportunity to sail aboard the Norwegian Pearl for a 9-night cruise instead of the usual 7-night… [Read More]

Galapagos – A Travel Agent’s Tips thumbnail

Written by Tom Thrun. Galapagos—if it has not been on your travel bucket list, I am sure that you have been intrigued. It has been at the top of my wish list for my entire travel career and we finally made it happen. I must say that it exceeded all expectations. We sometimes enjoy trips… [Read More]

A Travel Agent’s Thanksgiving in Miami thumbnail

Written by Rhonda Brooks. Normally my husband and I spend our Thanksgiving back in our hometown of Muskegon, Michigan. This year, several members of our family happened to be in different areas of the country and our daughter was in Iceland, so we decided to book a Delta Vacations to Miami Beach for a long… [Read More]

Top 10 Things to Do in Rome thumbnail

Written by Jill Fischer. Do the Hop On/Hop Off Bus – This is a fantastic tool to use on your first day to get a lay of the land and figure out where you may want to spend more time during your trip! See the Colosseum – I booked a small group tour where you… [Read More]

London 101: A Travel Agent’s Guide for American Travelers thumbnail

Written by Jill Fischer. “Fries are chips and chips are crisps.” You’d think that since you’re going to an English-speaking country, you won’t have a language barrier issue. Guess again! When I had the pleasure of escorting a group to London, it was my first time to this wonderful city. I had come along to… [Read More]

8 Tips for Travelers Driving in Ireland thumbnail

Written by Valerie Tkaczyk. The thought of driving on the opposite side of the road and the opposite side of the car than you’re used to in a foreign country can be daunting. For travelers, there are some countries in which the best method of transportation is via automobile. Unless you plan to take an… [Read More]


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