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The Strong Museum of Play: The ultimate immersive play destination for all ages

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The Strong Museum of Play has been expanded beyond its already prestigious position as the world’s largest collection of toys, dolls, and games of all time and the most comprehensive collection of play-related historical materials. It reopened in June 2023 with a 90,000 sq. ft. expansion and is the ultimate immersive play destination.

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The George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York

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The historic homes and mansions throughout Rochester, New York are symbolic of its glorious past. The grandest of them all was built by George Eastman, founder of the Eastman Kodak Company, which became the world’s foremost camera and photographic company

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Rochester, New York: from America’s first western boomtown to the cultural center of western New York

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Rochester offers an urban getaway by the scenic Finger Lakes region of western New York. America’s first western boomtown is now a place to drink in the local flavors, delve into the world of fine art and natural wonders, feel like a kid again and revel in how Rochester—and America—came to be what it is today.

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Canada’s Eastern Townships: Spa Eastman-The Art of Living

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Canada’s top-rated wellness retreat, Spa Eastman is an all-inclusive gourmet heath and wellness haven ranked #1 for in the world for wellness and health in culinary travel.

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La Cuisine Tonique

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Jocelyna Dubuc discovered the medicinal healing properties of food on her own health and has devoted her life to creating a program focused on scientific evidence on the importance of food on health and happiness.

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Canada’s Eastern Townships: Magog

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It is easy to see why Magog, with its beautiful Mont Orford and Lake Memphremagog, is a popular tourist destination.

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Canada’s Eastern Townships: Vignoble du Ruisseau in Dunham

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Vignoble du Ruisseau in Dunham offers the ultimate vineyard experience in an idyllic maple forest at a sun-drenched altitude of nearly 1,000’.

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Windstar’s transformed Star Class ships partner with James Beard Foundation

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Windstar Cruises has distinguished itself once again with the new partnership with the James Beard Foundation. Long known for its fleet of 148 to 342 passenger masted sailing ships and all-suite yachts…

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Best cities to visit: How Quebec City’s top experiences stem from its roots

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Quebec City is known for offering relaxing change of pace in a place known for the quality of its gastronomy, accommodations, and authentic cultural experiences. And its roots run deep.

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Safe travels: Viking Orion in Bermuda

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We were headed for Bermuda’s capital, Hamilton, and the Viking Orion. This was our first trip since the pandemic began…

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The Setouchi region of Japan: Finding your Zen

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Have a yen to escape to a land worlds away? Are you in search of an authentic cultural experience in a region of natural beauty? Would you like to renew your inner spirit and learn the ancient art of Zen meditation right on temple grounds?

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Gamla Stan: Stockholm’s Old Town

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Visitors and locals alike enjoy strolling along the cobblestone lanes of the pedestrian-friendly Old Town, Gamla Stan. This well-preserved medieval city center is a living museum where you can shop, stop for lunch or a fika, dine in a Michelin star restaurant, bask in royal splendor at the Royal Palace or simply enjoy the sights.

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Djurgården: Stockholm’s playground

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Djurgården is a place filled with green spaces that is an escape from the city. It is a place to dine, to visit some of the city’s top museums, or to find thrills at an amusement park.

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Québec City: Live the history

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As the most European and oldest colonial city in North America, the capital of the province of Québec exudes an Old World charm and a continental flair that attracts millions of visitors a year.

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Viking Ocean Cruises’ Viking Jupiter

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We booked our Viking Ocean Cruise for all that it is. We loved it for what it is not. Here’s why.

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An art lover’s perfect day in Amsterdam

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There are over 70 museums in Amsterdam, and our tour began at Museumplein, or Museum Square, which includes the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.

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The flavors of North Carolina: Chapel Hill

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People in Chapel Hill, North Carolina call it “the southern part of heaven.” This vibrant university town with a wide range of educational, sports, and cultural resources also has has an abundance of restaurants, craft beverages and shops.

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San Diego, California

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San Diego was more than a place to relax before our cruise to Hawaii. So much more that we added more time after our voyage…

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Holland America’s 17-Day Circle Hawaii cruise: paradise lost and found

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We dreamed about basking in tropical sunshine under gently swaying palm trees, walking along black sand beaches, exploring volcanoes and coral reefs, and hiking to thundering waterfalls.

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Four sides of Switzerland: a microcosm of European cultures

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Switzerland was named the #1 country in the world for the third year in a row by U. S. News and World Report.

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