April

Ask Harriet: How to dress for Antarctica trip

Q: How should I prepare for my Antarctica’s White Wilderness trip?

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Mixing it up in Panama

Panama was already a prime example of cultural fusion well before 1914, when its famous canal became the link between East and West. This isthmus nation has been featuring elements inspired by the Spanish, Africans, Native Americans, and Europeans for centuries—which means it has had plenty of time to find the perfect blend of cultural elements...

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Getting Up-Close & Personal in Antarctica

We heard from other travelers that Antarctica was a very beautiful and unique place to visit. It was our last continent, so we wanted to see it for ourselves. The physical challenge enticed us, and we wanted to go while we were still physically able...

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Spring Rejuvenation—For Nature, and For Us All

Every April, Alan’s mother used to say something that always stuck with me: “We lived to see another spring.” In Boston, we’ve had such unusual weather lately—it hit 85 degrees in March. It was so warm for just long enough that the magnolias popped open on Commonwealth Avenue, which is one of my favorite sights—like our own little version of Japan’s cherry blossoms....

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Springing Forward

As the springtime sun sparkles on the water near our headquarters in Boston’s Seaport District, it’s hard not to get excited thinking about the River Cruise and Small Ship CruiseTour opportunities that await Grand Circle Cruise Line travelers in 2013...

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