Racine: Kringle Town USA
Aug13

Racine: Kringle Town USA

Groups in southeastern Wisconsin will discover art, architecture, history and, best of all, a mouthwatering signature pastry

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Bank Travel Club Directors Gain Valuable Insight Aboard Avalon River Cruise
Aug09

Bank Travel Club Directors Gain Valuable Insight Aboard Avalon River Cruise

Heritage Clubs International, the only national organization dedicated to community bank clubs in North America, hosted a member-exclusive river cruise familiarization trip. Avalon Waterways is no stranger to groups. Its parent company, Globus has been driving groups across Europe for over 90 years and as Avalon celebrates 14 years of plying Europe’s waterways they are cultivating new river cruise business by helping their...

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Small-Group Adventures in Ireland Veer off the Beaten Track
Aug01

Small-Group Adventures in Ireland Veer off the Beaten Track

Vagabond Small Group Tours of Ireland offers enriching cultural experiences and multisport adventures in some of the Emerald Isle’s most spectacular locations. Ireland is a popular destination for leisure group travelers, offering an enticing combination of ancient monuments, stunning landscapes and cultural heritage. Ireland is as appealing to first-time visitors as it is to return guests. For those seeking to experience Ireland on...

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Alabama’s Coastal Christmas Makes the Season Bright
Aug01

Alabama’s Coastal Christmas Makes the Season Bright

Mild temperatures, white-sand beaches and community-wide events invite groups to celebrate the holidays in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama. From the Friday after Thanksgiving to January 3, 2019, Coastal Christmas lights up the community with more than 40 seasonal events. It features everything from shopping and culinary delights to parades and lighting extravaganzas. Group planners will discover there’s more than a beach in...

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Finger Lakes Wine Trails
Aug01

Finger Lakes Wine Trails

More than 50 wineries, hundreds of accommodations and even more restaurants welcome visitors to this popular New York vacation region Borrowing from Native American legend, the 11 lakes that cross central New York became known as the Finger Lakes. It was believed by the early residents that the Great Spirit blessed this 9,000-square-mile land with his hands. Today, there is much to see and do in the 14-county region. From virtually...

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Visual Art is Right at Home in the Blue Ridge
Jul25

Visual Art is Right at Home in the Blue Ridge

The mountains of Western North Carolina attract artists and craftspeople George and Edith Vanderbilt’s luxurious Biltmore House in Asheville is certainly a display of vintage art, clothing, accessories and furniture. Three floors and the basement give guests an up-close look at Auguste Renoir and John Singer Sargent original art, stunning tapestries and assorted accessories. The architectural elements throughout the exterior and...

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Half the Celebration of the UNESCO World Heritage Festival was Getting There
Jul18

Half the Celebration of the UNESCO World Heritage Festival was Getting There

A trip scheduled around the 10th anniversary of the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina Landscapes being designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site spotlights the best of the Swiss Alps.

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Lake Geneva: Newport of the West
Jun28

Lake Geneva: Newport of the West

Vestiges of the Gilded Age linger in this vacation destination in southern Wisconsin

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