Do You Think You Look Like Papa Hemingway?

by Max Hartshorne on June 14, 2016

36th Annual Hemingway Days Celebration Slated for July 19-24 Fans of adventurous living and writing can celebrate the legacy of Ernest Hemingway Tuesday through Sunday, July 19-24. The 36th annual Hemingway Days salutes the vigorous Key West lifestyle and literary mastery of the author who lived and wrote on the island for most of the […]

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Did you know that the tiny state of Delaware has a bunch of thriving vineyards? And that the soil in this northeastern state is about the same as in Bordeaux? It’s even better than in California! Christopher Ludgate visited the state and met vineyard owners, brewers and chefs and shared it in this new story […]

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Viking Sea Sets Sail on Her Maiden Voyage

by Max Hartshorne on April 4, 2016

Second Ship for Viking Ocean Cruises Continues Legacy of Destination-Focused Travel Viking Ocean Cruises® (www.vikingoceancruises.com) today announced its second ship, Viking Sea, has embarked on her maiden voyage from Istanbul to Venice, officially doubling the size of the company’s fleet and continuing its vision for destination-focused cruises. From Venice, Viking Sea will sail through the Mediterranean and into the […]

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Helsinki Airport Voted Northern Europe’s Best

by Max Hartshorne March 17, 2016

Passengers have chosen Helsinki Airport operated by Finavia as the best airport in Northern Europe The acknowledgment is based on Skytrax’s international airport survey that had more than 13 million respondents all over the world. “Helsinki Airport has already been in the elite class of airports for almost 20 years. The Skytrax award is proof […]

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Take a Guided Walk in Northumberland with NPS Volunteers this Spring

by Max Hartshorne March 16, 2016

Guided walks for explorers of all ages in Northumberland National Park Families and walkers of all ages and abilities will be able to explore the breath-taking landscapes, wildlife and history of Northumberland thanks to an extensive programme of guided walks led by National Park Volunteers. Also new for 2016 is a selection of guided walks […]

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Why Traverse City Doesn’t Conduct Whale-Watching Cruises

by Max Hartshorne March 8, 2016

The volunteers at the Traverse City Visitor Center can almost always come up with advice for baffled tourists who need directions. But one question consistently leaves them speechless. It’s the one about whale-watching tours. Several times a year, people wander in asking about the best places to view migrating whales, or wanting to know what […]

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Star Wars in the Air from Itami to Haneda

by Max Hartshorne March 4, 2016

First International Flight Date Set for BB-8™ ANA JET First Haneda- Los Angeles Flight Scheduled for March 29 Paper Cups, Headrest Covers and Cabin Attendant Aprons to Feature Special Designs ANA, Japan’s largest airline, announced today the inaugural flight of the final of three aircraft decorated with special Star Wars livery. Part of the previously announced ANA STAR […]

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