Category: Stories

Stories about events that happened on our trips.

An Oasis of Family Fun at the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Cape Canaveral Beach Resort

Cape Canaveral is a hub of cruise ship activity, the location of the Kennedy Space Center and just down the street from one of the most famous beaches in Florida; Cocoa Beach. And right in the middle of all of this activity is a hidden oasis of family fun at the Holiday Inn Club Vacations…Read …

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Excursion Trip

Santa Monica Pier

How blessed are we who get to travel in our course of life? Recently, I wrote about extending your trip to include a separate stop at no cost to you if you are using travelling from most of the major point programs. I was travelling on AeroPlan for that trip and instead of just heading …

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The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta

The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Posted by Laura Snow on March 7, 2015 1 Nestled in the Puerto Vallarta Marina beach strip, the Casa Magna Marriott is a beautiful beachfront resort, with a full conference center, five restaurants, three pools and a fantastic fitness centre. The tropical grounds of the resort are covered in cacti, …

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Coming of Age — Florida Style

Old Town Clock

That Old Town Florida: Part 1 Traveling to Florida several times a year can mean that you start to see redundancy in some of the things people like to do and like me to write about. We have to remember that Florida is so much more than what my wife likes to call the “Plastic …

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The Best Days of Your Life Are the New Normal in Ecuador

The Best Days of Your Life Are the New Normal in Ecuador By Donald Murray The place was packed; festive and noisy with a funky, thumping rhythm adding to the party atmosphere. It was a mixed crowd-some retired gringos along with a younger North American…

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