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Susan B. Barnes

Destination: Colorado Springs

Why Colorado Springs? An average of 300 days of sunshine annually 70 miles south of Denver Six airlines fly into Colorado Springs Airport (COS), and since it’s smaller than Denver International Airport, travelers find shorter security lines, less wait times and quicker access to all that…

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5 Unique Destination Wedding Locales

Just as soon as the question is popped, it seems that two other questions quicky follow for the happy couple: when will the wedding be, and where? Whether in the bride or groom’s hometown, a favorite vacation destination, or a far-flung place miles away, every couple finds their perfect place to…

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Holiday Weekend Weddings: What Couples Need to Know

When it comes time to planning their weddings, couples likely take into consideration whether their guests will be traveling to join them in their celebrations. If their guests are traveling, couples may decide that hosting their wedding festivities over a holiday weekend—such as Memorial Day…

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Destination: San Diego

Editor's note: This story, which originally published Aug 29, 2021, has been updated. Why San Diego? Average year-round temperature of a comfortable 72°F. A hotbed of innovation, education and cultural exploration, San Diego has been nicknamed “America’s Brightest City.” More than 8,000…

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Destination: Morocco

Why Morocco The Kingdom of Morocco serves as the host country for the annual meetings of both the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. Long-standing traditions effortlessly blend with modern day luxuries. Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and its economic capital. The…

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Destination: Kona, Hawai’i

Why Kona Average year-round tropical temperatures of 77 degrees Fahrenheit. Ample opportunities to immerse your guests in the island’s rich heritage. More than 40 gateway cities in the U.S. and internationally fly non-stop to Hawai’i year-round. Inter-island flights are quick and easy…

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Destination: Palm Springs, California

Why Palm Springs More than 300 days of sunshine annually. More than 100 golf courses on which to play a round. A dozen airlines fly into Palm Springs International Airport, with direct flights from 32 destinations and connections to more than 500 destinations worldwide. What’s New in…

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Destination: Savannah, Georgia

Why Savannah Named one of the South’s Best Cities by Southern Living, one of the U.S.’ Friendliest Cities by Condé Nast Traveler and among Favorite Cities in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure. Savannah is considered the first planned city in the U.S. Many of Savannah’s restaurants boast James…

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Cherry Blossom Charm: Say “I Do” in D.C.

Spring is one of the most wonderful times of the year in Washington, D.C. Not only is the weather nearly perfect, but it’s cherry blossom season thanks to the gift of more than 3,000 Yoshino Cherry trees from the mayor of Tokyo to the capital city in 1912. While there are several variables…

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Destination: London

With so many options in the city, it’s not a surprise that London has long been a destination for business and leisure travelers from around the world. Not only is London a global tech hub and financial capital, but its world-class airports boast direct flights to 400 global destinations. That…

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