Month: October 2012

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In the Can: Travel’s Not-So-Pretty Side

All the cool kids seem to be doing it. Justin Bieber did it in September. Lady Gaga did it multiple times while in Spain. There’s no reason I should be ashamed of my, um, “performance” Saturday night at the Rio de Janeiro Airport and at a cruising altitude of 30,000+ feet.

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Travel Resources

Reconnect with Family While Saving on Cirque du Soleil with AARP this Holiday Season

Many of us will be traveling to celebrate the holidays with family and friends this season and AARP is extending discounts on select Cirque du Soleil shows nationwide.  Wouldn’t it be nice to actually do something together rather than lounging around the TV during holiday downtime? Or constantly updating your Facebook status? Yeah, I get Read More »

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Voting Republican? Voting Democrat? Consider Voting for Travel!

Let me ask  a simple question. If you’re a United States citizen 18-years and older, you’re planning on voting in this year’s election, right? I volunteered on the presidential campaign one day this year and was shocked when two women in their thirties said they weren’t planning on voting in the presidential race. What???? It Read More »

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Culinary Travel Florida Fun

Panama City Beach Seafood & Music Festival, Oct. 25 & 26, 2012

Not sure about you but I do enjoy a good seafood festival and it looks like the Panama City Beach Seafood & Music Festival scheduled for Oct. 26 – 28, 2012, in Northwest Florida should be a treat for both the palate and ears. In addition to enjoying Florida’s freshest seafood, the festival is a Read More »

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Fuzzies, Gadgets & Stuff

Join SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard of the Month Club

Everyone loves opening up their mailbox and finding a postcard which is why I’ve decided to launch SoloTravelGirl.com’s Postcard of the Month Club. It’s pretty simple and best of all, it’s free for you!

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Mark Morris Dance Group, Mikhail Baryshnikov Dazzle During 2012 RIAF in Sarasota

Please excuse my ignorance but I’m not up on dance terminology. But, I suppose that’s the beauty of the Ringling International Arts Festival, an annual celebration of today’s performance art in Sarasota, Fla. It’s art for everyone to appreciate. My narrow, stereotypical view of ballet was shattered last night while the contemporary Mark Morris Dance Read More »

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Mount Dora’s Lampe Berger Store Brings that Traveling Scent into Your Home

Traveling stimulates all my senses with flavorful foods, cozy comforters, amazing vistas, city sounds, and delightful aromas. Although I spend several weeks on the road, incorporating little luxuries found on the road into my home extends my journey. A recent visit to Mount Dora, Fla., introduced me to a new indulgence for my home, Lampe Read More »

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Florida Everblades Jersey Worn When Eastern Conference Hockey League Kelly Cup Captured in 2012 on Display at Hockey Hall of Fame
Solo Travel

My 18 Hours in Toronto Included Visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame

Business travel is an excuse to “carpe diem” and make every minute of a quick trip. Last month I found myself in Toronto and vowing to seize the day and minute, I strolled Yonge Street, visited the Hockey Hall of Fame, ate a couple of meals, participated in a business event and slept, err, napped, Read More »

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Sheep! Mountain Farm, Burnsville, N.C., Sept. 28, 2012
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Things to do Near Asheville, N.C.: WNC Cheese Trail

Fall was on its way into Western North Carolina and I was fortunate to see a hint of the season. My destination was Mountain Farm in Burnsville, a stop in the new Western North Carolina Cheese Trail.

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