This week’s armchair-ready journeys and travel-inspired stories cover many topics, from tropical drinks you can make at home and Mexico’s exciting art scene to spending three perfect days in the Berkshires.
With any vacation, it’s important to embark on the journey with complete peace of mind. If anything should go wrong during your trip — such as a canceled flight, inclement weather or even a global pandemic — you can rely on us to address all your needs. Rescheduling flights, changing hotel reservations and assisting stranded loved ones in foreign destinations is just the tip of the iceberg.
Enjoy this week’s travel inspiration. And remember — Dream Now, Travel Later!
TROPICAL COCKTAILS TO MAKE AT HOME
Nothing says vacation quite like a colorful, fruit-filled umbrella drink that incorporates the island’s local spirits. While you’re awaiting your tropical getaway, here are a few tasty beverages you can easily prepare at home.
Historic streets, farm-to-table cuisine and natural beauty can all be found in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. According to travel writer Stephanie Gravalese, here’s how to spend the perfect long weekend there.
Real stories on how travel advisors aided their clients during the outbreak and disruption of COVID-19.
“Our travel advisor has been awesome. We booked my mom's trip to Honduras through her. Now, Honduras has completely shut down the border due to the Coronavirus pandemic, with no flights in and out. My mom was stuck there; it was a complete nightmare. Even though our advisor’s hands were tied, she was on top of everything and kept me updated. Not sure what we would have done if we booked the flights on our own. Will be using her again!” Brandy C
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Dream Now – Travel Later
We’re back again with more ideas — along with a message of hope — to encourage effortless explorations from the comfort of your armchair.