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Charming Columbia River Towns You Can’t Resist

Charming Columbia River Towns You Can’t Resist

Always peaceful, typically quaint, often with leftover relics from all the history that preceded the area: it’s no surprise why people are so drawn to river towns. The river sets the pace for the people, acting like the city’s metronome in a way, and makes for a place of calming and relaxation. Along the Columbia

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Music from the Mississippi

Music from the Mississippi

What is it about this river that’s so inspiring? Well, the natural world overall has had a profound effect on American art, from seminal works like Thoreau’s Walden to popular favorites like John Denver’s Country Roads. The Mississippi River has many of its own examples. Some of the best songs and novels have come from

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Snap This: A Scavenger Hunt in Photography Paradise

Snap This: A Scavenger Hunt in Photography Paradise

The most beautiful state border in the United States is in our very own backyard! The Columbia River, whose cliffs cut as deep as four thousand feet in parts, is the jaw-dropping dividing line that separates Oregon and Washington. There’s enough natural beauty within the area, including the Columbia River Gorge and Hells Canyon, that

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Recovering from Cyclone Winston

Recovering from Cyclone Winston

Fiji, one of the most popular cruise destinations in the South Pacific and an island of rare beauty and culture, was hit last weekend by fatal Tropical Cyclone Winston. Sustained winds up to 185 mph hit the islands, making it the second strongest cyclone in recorded history to make landfall. There is an urgent need

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Stay Up on New Specials with Our Weekly E-Newsletter

Stay Up on New Specials with Our Weekly E-Newsletter

Have you signed up for our e-newsletter? Every Tuesday we send out an e-mail with our latest specials and information our clients need to know about what’s happening in the travel industry. We have some cruise lines who only give us special prices for one week, so it’s important to make sure you’re keeping up

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