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Travel as far as you can

How Far Can You Fly?

When you travel, are you taking full advantage of the connections that you have to take? Have you considered extending that business trip by a few days and taking in the sights of one of your stops? Why not do this on purpose and take full advantage of the possible stops along the way. Recently …

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INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE

INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE Business Desk

INTERCONTINENTAL TORONTO CENTRE Stayed August 14-16, 2014 Room: King Suite on the 19th Floor. What a delight to stay at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre. I was on a trip to a conference and I wanted to be within walking distance. This seemed like a good choice. Being part of the IHG Hotel line, I was …

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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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10 Luxury Hotels- Fabulous Travel

Luxury hotels are not just a place to sleep but an experience in themselves. From historic to modern, Majorca to Monaco here are 10 favourite Luxury Hotels featured on The Fabulous Times from the past two years. Whether you’re planning a weekend…

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What to take or not take (Part 2)

In my last letter, I covered some of the basics on light travel packing. Now I want to share a few interesting things I discovered over the years. Once you go to an area for five or more times, you will most likely buy less and less to bring back with you, In fact you …

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