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*Article Sponsored by Ford’s Theatre* This spring at Ford’s Theatre, visitors can see a classic American musical directed and choreographed by Tony-nominee Marcia Milgrom Dodge. Set across the sweeping landscape of the American southwest, 110 in the Shade tells the story of a formidable young woman named Lizzie whose 1950s town is suffering a terrible…

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Virtual reality technology isn’t just a Star Trek episode, but a useful tool becoming more and more mainstream by the year. Though currently more of a luxury travel feature, as with most technology, it’s expected to filter down into all types of travel eventually. Stay on top of this rising trend by learning how you…

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We asked the staff at The Group Travel Leader the question: “What is one of your most memorable live music experiences?” Find out what unforgettable tunes these seasoned travelers recalled below!   Since my husband and I graduated college within a few months of each other we decided to celebrate with a trip to New Orleans….

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*Sponsored Article by North Dakota Tourism* As America celebrates the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, reconnect with our National Parks and experience the wonder and beauty of the North Dakota Badlands in Theodore Roosevelt National Park near Medora. Just as the New York Times … recently announced the top 52 places to visit…

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*Sponsored Article by Visit Winston-Salem* From mid-1700s colonials to grand estates of the Roaring ‘20s, many of Winston-Salem’s oldest and most intriguing homes have been thoughtfully restored and transformed into fine dining restaurants, art museums, splendid hotels, historic attractions for visitors to enjoy during their stay. Dating to 1753, Historic Bethabara Park is the site…

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You might think that January’s cold drudgeries and brown landscape would be enough to convince someone to daydream their way into taking a vacation. Yet as more Americans work later in life, many group travel planners may find it challenging to convince employed potential travelers to take a break from the office and sign up…

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How do you appease both the beach bum and the avid explorer? An all-inclusive resort in a fascinating destination can pacify all types of travelers. Plus, it gives your more independent boomer travelers the autonomy to choose whether they would like to relax or seek out a memorable adventure. These all-inclusive resorts can function much…

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I’ll admit it — I’ve fallen asleep on a tour bus before, in the middle of a guide’s presentation. And I’m willing to bet that you probably have, too. It’s not just something that has happened once or twice. Whenever I’m on a tour that includes long stretches of driving and guide commentaries, chances are good…

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Bring your group tour to life in Virginia Beach – the ideal destination for group travelers thanks to its three distinct beaches, well-known and off-the-beaten-path attractions and opportunities to explore its 18,600 acres of parks and wildlife refuges in addition to the city’s great restaurants and shops. The Virginia Beach CVB also offers groups customizable…

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Winston-Salem’s culinary roots date back to 1753 with the Moravians first brought their tasty traditions from Eastern Europe. Among the now iconic favorites are the whisper thin Moravian cookies, the timeless Moravian sugar cake and Moravian chicken pies. Groups visiting Winston-Salem can discover the area’s flavorful foundations as they travel along the Moravian Culinary Trail,…

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