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Palm trees at La Jolla Cove outside of San Diego, California.

The Local View: An Afternoon at La Jolla Cove, California

La Jolla is a charming, seaside neighborhood along the coast of San Diego. If you’re visiting or even a resident an afternoon at La Jolla Cove is the perfect way to spend a day. Just off the Pacific Coast Highway, the sunshine, shopping, and even the seals make this a quintessential California beach town.

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The rocky coastline of the Cape of Good Hope

The Rugged Beauty of the Cape Point Route

One of the great day trips from Cape Town, South Africa is the magnificent Cape Point Route. This is also one of the most remarkable drives anywhere in the world and features steep cliffs, stunning vistas and plenty of sightseeing opportunities!

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Approaching The Victoria Falls Livingstone, Zambia side. The Zambezi River plunges over a rock ledge into the gorge below.

Victoria Falls is Gorges (and Wet)!

The roar was deafening – and we were still almost a half mile away from the falls. In the local language, they are called Mosi-oa-Tunya or “smoke that thunders” – which is a pretty accurate description of the Victoria Falls Livingstone side!

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Using frequent flyer upgrades to travel to Cappadocia, Turkey.

Travel Hacking with Frequent Flyer Upgrades

Unleash your inner Rock Star and travel like a celebrity with frequent flyer upgrades! While frequent flyer upgrades might not be the first consideration for many travelers, this can be a highly effective strategy to make your trip more enjoyable while actually reducing your overall costs.

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Sunset over Sentinel Peak and Hout Bay from The Tintswalo Atlantic Cape Town lodge.

Regain Your Senses at Tintswalo Atlantic Cape Town

Words simply cannot do justice to the beauty of watching the sunset over Sentinel peak, while listening to the waves crash at your feet. Tintswalo Atlantic stimulates your senses and massages your soul!

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The beauty of the Monticello Wine Trail.

The Birthplace of American Wine: The Monticello Wine Trail

It was 1774 and young Thomas Jefferson was overseeing the planting of grape vines on his Monticello estate. The seeds of America’s wine industry were planted and the Monticello Wine Trail was born. Over 240 years later, we visited the area and we saw a tremendous variety, both in terms of the quality of the wines and in the tasting experiences.

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Sunset over the Zambezi River in Zambia.

Total Relaxation at the Islands of Siankaba

The Islands of Siankaba is one of the most luxurious properties near Victoria Falls and Livingstone, Zambia. The place for romance and total relaxation. If there was ever a place to go and get away from it all, this is it!

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Thomas Jefferson's mountaintop home, Monticello, in Charlottesville, Virginia.

A Behind the Scenes Monticello Tour

Thomas Jefferson’s beautiful mountaintop home, Monticello, is the only Presidential home recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A Monticello tour is like meeting Thomas Jefferson in person.

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