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Florida Travel Guide: Miami Beach

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Famous for its glamor, nightlife, and beach bods, Miami Beach has been a favorite destination of travelers from all walks of life for generations. Within a stone’s throw of Florida’s southern metropolis of Miami, this beachside destination prizes its status as a mecca for beach bums, fishermen, and foodies alike. With unbeatable nightlife, amazing cultural attractions, and all the sun you could possibly ask for, Miami Beach provides a seaside escape unlike any other.

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Best Romantic Getaways

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Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day fast approaches. Maybe you’re planning a fancy dinner at an upscale restaurant, buying lavish gifts for each other, or setting a reminder to get those flowers. But what every couple really needs this time of year is a great vacation.

Couples vacations are important in any relationship as a way to escape from the stresses of everyday life and enjoy bonding together. Even if you can’t get it together to travel for Valentine’s Day, we’ve come up with some of the best romantic getaways that you can start planning with your significant other—you both deserve it!

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Top 10 Best Places to Travel in February for Foodies

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Break out the utensils and place your napkins firmly on your laps: it’s Foodie February! This month, we celebrate the adventurous travelers who make it a point to vacation like they’re living in their own Food Network television show. These ten foodie destinations will have your mouth-watering year after year to the point where you can’t help but ask for seconds.

For many travelers, food-related tourism is a big draw, and rightfully so. With so many different cultures and cuisines in the United States alone, there is always a brand new dish just around the corner for foodie travel. And with the airlines offering low season rates coupled with the month’s popular travel occasions such as Valentine’s Day and February Break, February is your month to get out there and start expanding your palette.

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Spotlight on Houston, Texas!

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Super Bowl Sunday is upon us! In just a few days, we will be huddled around a TV, eating chicken wings, and rooting for our favorite team. (Our New Hampshire office is particularly looking forward to cheering on the Patriots!). And it’s all happening in the marvelous city of Houston, Texas!

While it’s unlikely you have tickets to the big game and will be celebrating around Houston this weekend, we still think it’s a destination worth visiting. We’d like to help you plan a Houston vacation with these ideas of what to do and where to stay to get the most out of your trip!

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A Closer Look at Bleisure Travel [Infographic]

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Approximately 10% of American workers travel for business. While this may seem like an insignificant number, that totals about 20 to 30 million people making frequent trips across the country, and even the globe, every year. Among those business travelers, a new trend is emerging—it’s called Bleisure Travel, and it’s transforming the way some employees embrace their business trips.

By combining leisurely activities with their business duties, more travelers are gaining the chance to see the world and gain new experiences in addition to getting their job done. With many business trips taking everyday people to locations like Las Vegas, Boston, or San Diego (and perhaps international destinations like Berlin or Rome), it’s no wonder why some choose to spend some time actually seeing the destination they’re in, instead of attending a few meetings then flying straight home.

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