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Life Is All About Balance!

You need to get into nature once in a while to appreciate life fully! It eases those ugly computer eyes! Finding balance in life can bring a sense of fulfillment too. See? Balance! Of course, I've got a deal! I have a terrific package (and price) for you to one with nature! And it's in the USA - no passports required!

Perched at the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, at the base of Pusch Ridge, just north of Tucson, Arizona, in Oro Valley, is a stunning destination for you to immerse yourself in nature! The El Conquistador Tucson by Hilton. You'll want to be outside, explore, and feel free to just be! There’s more to this beautiful resort than you know! For instance - biking, hiking, tennis, golf, a sparkling pool, and so much more.

Tucson, AZ
$919.00 ~ Per Person
4 Night/5 Days ~ El Conquistador Tucson by Hilton
AAA Four Diamond Resort
Roundtrip Airfare
Rental CAr - Unlimited Mileage

Add Tax $79.00*

5 Star Resort
Not All-Inclusive

*Priced Per Person
This Price may not be available for your dates of travel
This price may not be available for Holiday Travel
Blackout dates apply - (Packages at this price are limited)

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Take A Hike! The Oro Valley Trails to the Linda Vista Trails have miles of paths taking you through the beautiful high-desert landscape. Don't miss the nearby self-guided hiking trails that enter the adjacent Catalina State Park. Biking your jam? With more than 30 miles of marked bike paths in Oro Valley alone, exploring the beauty and wonder of the Sonoran Desert on two wheels is just a pedal away.

Hangin' at the resort is fun! Splash around in the pool, and with the Desert Springs Bar & Grill right beside the pool, your drink is never far away! From the Southwest Cobb Salad to Tucson's tastiest tacos, there's a little something for everyone!

Start your day with breakfast! Meander into the resort’s Grab & Go market for Starbucks coffee and a whole grain croissant (who knew indulgence could be healthy?). But your choices here won't be easy! They offer breakfast burritos, snacks, and even bottles of Arizona wines for private happy hours on your room’s balcony or patio! For more traditional breakfast, The Sundance Cafe` has cook-to-order eggs and omelets, as well as fresh fruits, cereals, yogurts, and more.

Dinner will dazzle you at Epazotes', with not only amazing food but a spectacular setting, with breathtaking views of the 5,300-ft cliffs of Pusch Ridge. Chef Jonathan Kupper dishes are impressive, with cuisine that is as innovative as authentic and flavors as plentiful as a desert palette!

El Conquistador Tucson is the largest and most popular golf resort in Tucson! It offers some great golf on three exceptional courses. It's a dream destination for anyone seeking a true desert golf experience!

Love tennis? Sharpen your swing on the lighted tennis courts! The courts are ranked among the top tennis resorts in the country by the USA tennis Association, and there is professionally trained staff available for clinics, tournaments, and lessons!

Your room awaits! With signature touches include oversize sitting chairs with ottoman, luxury linens, a Hilton Serenity Bed, Crabtree & Evelyn bath products, and a balcony with breathtaking views, it's a great way to end the day.

The resort is far enough from the city to feel isolated from the hustle and bustle yet still close enough to enjoy many attractions. It's within a 20 to 40 minute drive to some of Tucson’s best attractions like Biosphere 2, Saguaro National Park and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, and the downtown area, and your car is included!

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Are You A Vegas Vampire?

While it's no surprise, a lot of people who visit Vegas, never venture outdoors, while the sun is still up.  It may shock some to find out how much there is to do during the day! There are pool parties, they’re now the hot rage, with drinks flowing, and live bands planning.

How about a spa, most of the resorts have world-class spas, get a massage or your nails done.  Go out to Red Rock Canyon or the Valley of Fire State Park, they are only 30 minutes from the Strip and beautiful! Check out the Neon Museum, the Atomic Testing Museum, the new Mob Experience,  or do some tasting at Ethel M Chocolate Factory! On this trip, save some energy for the daylight hours!

$329.00 ~ Excalibur
$339.00 ~ Harrah's
$349.00 ~ MGM Grand
$399.00 ~ The Wynn

***These Prices Are Per Person***

Packages Include:
3 Nights/4 Days - Accommodations
(Extra Nights Available)
Non-Stop Roundtrip Airfare
No Checked Luggage Fees

Just Add The Tax $39.00*

*Priced Per Person
Packages Depart Sundays or Mondays
(Thurs. through Sat. are on sale, but higher than these prices)

Las Vegas, Nevada, is best known for its bright lights, star-studded shows, gourmet restaurants, nightclubs for all-night dancing, and world-class casinos. And with about 180 casino hotels, searching for a place to lay your head won't be difficult! But no matter your budget, or what sort of adventure you're looking for, there are Las Vegas packages to fulfill your every wish. In fact, that is just what this sprawling desert metropolis is all about! We have 16 more resorts on sale, call us for a price at your favorite! 

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If you snooze - & You Loose (out)!

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And Bachelorette or Bachelor Parties!

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Embrace Nature's Land Of Fire & Ice!

If you think you've seen it all, take a trip to Iceland! Why?  Iceland is a magical and beautiful country with an interesting history. You'll immediately be overwhelmed by the sheer number of things to see and do on this small island!  Of course, I have a magnificent sale to Reykjavik! Spend it exploring!  

With the outstanding waterfalls, icecaps and glaciers, spouting geysers and steaming solfataras, volcanoes, raging rivers, hot springs, geothermal pools, and incredible beaches, you'll want to see as much as possible! Don't miss the puffins and razorbills and cavorting whales just offshore, plus man-made attractions too, like the museums, majestic Hallgrimskirkja church and a music scene that doesn't quit. Geothermal baths are also a major draw, like the mineral-rich "Blue Lagoon."

Reykjavik, Iceland
$1549.00 ~ Per Person
6 Nights - Grand Hotel Reykjavik
(or similar)
Roundtrip Airfare & Transfers
Car Rental - Unlimited Mileage

Tax $99.00*

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This Price may not be available for your dates of travel
This price may not be available for Holiday or Spring Break Travel
Blackout dates apply - (Packages at this price are limited)

Reykjavik (translated to "Smokey Bay") Iceland is a country of extreme geological contrasts. Widely known as “The Land of Fire and Ice,” Iceland is home to some of the largest glaciers in Europe and some of the world’s most active volcanoes. Iceland is also the land of light and darkness. Long summer days with near 24-hours of sunshine are offset by short winter days with only a few hours of daylight.


Loads of activities will keep you from getting bored! Try ice hiking or glacier climbing! Diving and snorkeling? You can do that worldwide, but Iceland is the only place on Earth where you can do it in the gap between two continental plates -  Silfra Fissure! (A natural rift formed between the North American and Eurasian plates, filled with clear, fresh water).

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You're staying at The Grand Hotel Reykjavik, it welcomes you to the beauty of Iceland. An architectural landmark, the hotel sits in a peaceful neighborhood just 10 minutes from the lively city center and only a short distance from many of the city’s most popular attractions. Explore the city’s museums, galleries, and nightlife as well as the surrounding natural wonders. There's a free shuttle to the city center. Ask the concierge for details.

Comfortable amenities and beautiful views over the sea, mountains, and city, grace the 314 rooms. There is also 24-hour room service and laundry service available. All rooms are equipped with first-class amenities; an en-suite bathroom, hairdryer, satellite TV, radio, telephone, minibar, ironing facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, and a safe deposit box.

The Brasserie Grand restaurant serves classic dishes, and some emphasizing the Nordic delicacies. The Miðgarður Bar and Torfastofa Lounge are open daily with a great selection of light meals and a wide range of wines and cocktails. Don't miss the Happy Hour!

Reykjavík Spa, located at the Grand Hotel Reykjavík, is an exclusive spa and gym. Unwind in a calm atmosphere, hot tubs, sauna, steam bath, and a lovely candlelit lounge where you can sit and relax by the fireplace, anytime.


Situated in the Atlantic Ocean's icy fringes, the most northernmost European capital is a unique place to visit. Surrounded by the rugged volcanic netherworld, Reykjavik is a city that contrasts mysterious, vibrant, and otherworldly experiences. The Icelandic capital is one of the outwardly innovative cities in Europe and makes for a wonderful destination for explorers, couples, and young families. Meticulously clean and full of outdoor activities and attractions.

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Inside the city of Reykjavik, several spas are offering an opportunity to revitalize the body under the Arctic sky. A "must-do" is the Blue Lagoon. You'll find all the info by clicking the pic.  We've been here and ready to go back! Upgrade to the "Luxury Package" if you can - it's spectacular! Light a "make a wish" candle, and soak up some of the most incredible views of the city from the tower Hallgrimskirkja Church, you'll really get a scale of how big Reykjavik is!
Hallgrímskirkja Church

Back in the great outdoors, Reykjavik’s relationship with nature can be further explored with adventures in whale watching, glacier hiking, horseback riding, and the Árbær Open-Air Folk Museum, which is the largest open-air museum in Iceland. Haukadalur is home to the hot springs, Geysir and Strokkur, the latter of which erupts every five minutes or so, as well as numerous steaming fumaroles and bubbling mud pools. Whatever you'd like - there's an activity for you!

Kopar Restaurant
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Iceland is not just a proud fishing nation, although you can get the best fish ever in Reykjavik. The town also offers a great variety of restaurants. Local cuisine, Nordic, as well as Asian, and South European cuisine are easy to find. Local and international chefs cook using those fresh and high-quality ingredients Iceland is so famous for. Two of the restaurants we tried when we were here:

The Forretta Bar Inn: With High-quality food, A hipster vibe, and a pleasant atmosphere, the menu is varied enough to fit anybody's taste! Click the link to get the idea of the type of casual restaurant and great food! The next restaurant I would recommend is "Kopar." You will enjoy authentic Icelandic flavors in one of the top restaurants in the city.  Some say it's a little expensive - I say it's worth it!
The Foretta Bar Inn - click this link for more info & menu

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Ahhhhhh, Reykjavik, Famous for its cod and herring dishes, the Icelandic capital also serves rich dairy products and geothermal vegetables. With fresh seafood served just off the boat and complementary portions of free-range lamb and beef, there is a diversity of restaurants and cuisines to satisfy all taste buds and budgets. Always different and providing visceral landscapes and wildlife activities, Reykjavik is nothing if not spectacular. With its luxurious spas, nature, and fish restaurants, the Icelandic capital is a surreal and outlandish vacation destination!
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Let's Do It!

There is a saying - "In New Orleans, We don't hide our Crazies! We parade them down the street and proudly display them on our front porches" (NOLA Author Unknown!)  And boy! Is that ever true! Ahhh... The BIG Easy! You have to visit, to capture her free spirit!  She feels like a secret! And she's just waiting to be discovered by you! I NEVER get tired of this city with all her crazies,... and all that Jazz!

And I don't know about you, but I love to eat, and stroll the streets in New Orleans! I adore this city and try and get there as often as I can! And respectfully, the food in this city is fantastic, with fresh shrimp, oysters, seafood, gumbo, turtle soup, red beans & rice - everything is a little fresher, with a hint of New Orleans spice. For restaurant recommendations or things to do in the city - message or email me! Beware - You will gain weight here!

New Orleans, LA
$599.00 - Per Person

4 Nights - Chateau LeMoyne

 (Located Right in the French Quarters)
Roundtrip Airfare
(Extra Nights Always Available $$)

Tax $49.00*

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This price may not be available for your dates of travel
This price may not be available for Holiday or Spring Break Travel
Blackout dates apply - (Packages at this price are limited)

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When you arrive in the sultry, enchanting French-founded Crescent City, you can just feel the mystical mix of tipsy euphoria and subtle seduction. Maybe it’s the sweet, fragrant air of olive trees and honeysuckle azaleas. Or the lush, subtropical foliage. Or those intoxicating sounds of indigenous jazz buzzing from its famed venues. Maybe it’s native voodoo magic at work. Or even yet, possibly it’s that distinct celebration of global cultures wrapped in an exotic, Sazerac-soaked dream! 

Located in the core of the French Quarter, the Chateau Le Moyne places you in the heart of New Orleans, steps from the excitement of Bourbon Street and Canal Street, providing an ah-mazing New Orleans experience seeped in history.  Just minutes from Jackson Square, world-class dining, and music venues. And favorites like Brennan's are right around the corner. Sample jambalaya, turtle soup, bananas foster, and gumbo in the region where it was born!  Try Cafe` Du Monde for their most renowned beignets, you'll love this pastry delight that's doused in powder sugar - yummmm!! 

Where the Action Is!  Jazz, parades, shopping, and Cajun food—enjoy the complete New Orleans experience!  A walkable city, where you are with minutes of Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, Royal Street - world-famous restaurants, live music clubs, the Aquarium of the Americas, IMAX Theater, the New Orleans Mardi Gras Museum, and Riverwalk Marketplace, welcome to New Orleans  - "Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler"  ~ Let The Good Times Roll!

If you like live music, it surrounds you, the quarters ooze jazz, blues, and rock and roll.  Any type of music can be found there!  Plus, you gotta visit "Howling at the Moon" a dueling piano bar, that's always hopping.

The good times roll year-round in New Orleans, a city filled with charm and soul. Your New Orleans vacation will likely start with tours of top New Orleans attractions like the Garden District and French Quarter, the swamp tours, the plantations, but don’t run out of time before experiencing some of the amazing New Orleans restaurants, and the market - shop, shop, shop!!

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Legend has it that the first true cocktail, the Sazerac, was mixed in New Orleans in the early 19th century by a pharmacist named Antoine Amadee Peychaud. When Monsieur Peychaud poured the mixture of his family's recipe for stomach bitters and French brandy into double-end egg cups known as coquetiers (pronounced koh-kuh-TYAYS) the slurred pronunciation by imbibers came out like "cocktail."Try one at the Roosevelt Hotel in their SAZAREC bar!

Jazz music was, ultimately, the product of New Orleans' melting pot. At the turn of the century, the streets of New Orleans were awash in blues music, ragtime and the native brass-band fanfares. The latter, used both in the Mardi Gras parades and in funerals, boasted a vast repertory of styles, from military marches to "rags" (not necessarily related to Scott Joplin's ragtime music). The Excelsior Brass Band, formed in 1880, raised the Creole drummer John Robichaux and the Creole clarinetist Alphonse Picou. The Onward Brass Band, formed around 1884, featured Creole cornet player Manuel Perez. 

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