Cruises By Linda

Westin Dublin

I was pleasantly surprised with the Westin Dublin.  It felt like home from the moment I arrived. I was treated as a welcome guest rather than a client.  The beds are truly heavenly and not a detail was left out.  After a red eye flight, a long...

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Amsterdam

What can I say about a city that has the Van Gogh Museum, The Ryksmuseum, the Red Light District and is tolerant of Marijuana???  I can only say one thing “watch out for the bicycles.” This is a fascinating and very diverse city.  Many of the...

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Charleston, the Belle of the South

Charleston has been voted as the number one US city for the third year in a row by Conde Nast Travelers.  After my visit in late February, I can certainly see why.  Temps in the mid-60s, blue skies and delicious sight-gawking makes this a dream...

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Chip Credit Card

For international travel I recommend at least one chip card, also known as a EMV credit card, these cards have been standard in Europe for years but are only recently available in the US. Below is a link to a Google spreadsheet that may make your...

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St. Augustine, Florida

The oldest city in the United States is charming and an architectural delight.  The history is fascinating.  One of the best ways to get a feel for this city is on one of the many trolley tours.  If you don’t get off, the full loop is about...

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Port Canaveral‏

Port Canaveral is 46 miles from the Orlando airport.  With toll stops, allow at least 60 minutes from the airport to the pier.  Alternatively you may want to consider Melbourne (25 miles) or Sanford (62 miles) airports. Most passengers opt to fly...

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