Four Hours to a Warm Weather Getaway

As temperatures get cooler, it’s time to plan a warm-weather getaway to a place where you can sit on the beach, bask in the sunshine and enjoy outdoor activities. Three of the most popular options — Mexico, Jamaica and the Dominican Republic — are a short plane ride away (4 hours or less) from from Milwaukee plus, December 2020 through April 2021 non-stop flights are … Continue reading Four Hours to a Warm Weather Getaway

Music Lovers: Here’s Where to Travel in the U.S.

If you’re a traveler who loves to explore a city’s music scene as part of your vacation, here are some destinations that will hit the right note. The sound of country music has expanded over the years, and you’ll find it all in Nashville. Young artists come to Music City to make a name for themselves, so there are always talented singers and songwriters waiting … Continue reading Music Lovers: Here’s Where to Travel in the U.S.

There’s Nothin’ Like the South Pacific

When you really want to get away from it all on vacation, a trip to the islands of the South Pacific, with their pristine beaches, aquamarine waters and tropical landscape can provide a respite for body and soul. Bora Bora, Tahiti, Fiji, Moorea and the Cook Islands are all on the list of the South Pacific’s top up-and-coming destinations for 2020, according to a survey … Continue reading There’s Nothin’ Like the South Pacific

Where to Stay When Visiting Disney World

It’s Spring vacation season, and if you’re thinking about heading to Florida for a Disney World getaway in the coming weeks, it’s time to start planning. With numerous hotels on and off Disney property, deciding where to stay and what to do can be a challenge as you factor in the various theme parks in addition to golf courses and the outdoor shopping center Disney … Continue reading Where to Stay When Visiting Disney World

An Inside Look at a Christmas Market River Cruise

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Christmas season? Is it the glittering, twinkling lights of a decked out tree? The jolly “ho ho ho” of Santa and other timeless traditions? Is it the sight of bright white snow – clean, cold, and freshly fallen and fleeting in its beauty? Maybe it is the smell of roasted chestnuts, … Continue reading An Inside Look at a Christmas Market River Cruise

American’s Reveal Their Dream Destinations for 2020

From green and tropical Hawaii, to the sunny beaches of Florida or the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of Alaska, American consumers have a travel wish list that ranges far and wide. Hawaii tops the list of dream destinations for U.S. travelers, according to a recent survey by Travel Leaders Group, one of North America’s largest travel agency companies. The Aloha State is followed by California, … Continue reading American’s Reveal Their Dream Destinations for 2020

Vacations Fit for an Animal Lover

Whether you’re a dog person or a cat person, or you relish the thrill of seeing wildlife in its natural habitat, there are plenty of ways to combine your passion for animals with a vacation at home or around the world. A visit to the American Kennel Club’s Museum of the Dog, in New York City, is a chance to become immersed in all things … Continue reading Vacations Fit for an Animal Lover

Tips for Accessible Travel

Millions of American travelers aren’t letting a disability keep them from exploring the world. In fact, a 2015 study by the Chicago-based nonprofit Open Doors Organization reported that in the previous two years, more than 26 million adults with disabilities traveled for pleasure and/or business, taking 73 million trips. While the Open Doors report notes that obstacles remain, in many areas — including airlines and … Continue reading Tips for Accessible Travel