The Czech Republic: From castles to countryside

The Czech Republic: From castles to countryside

Most people who visit the Czech Republic confine their stay to Prague, its majestic capital – and with good reason.  “The city of a hundred spires” not only challenges the likes of Paris in its beauty, it also boasts a history that stretches back over a millennium, along with one of the most vibrant cultural settings in all of Europe. But, there is far more.

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FAA needs a flying-cars vision

FAA needs a flying-cars vision

Everywhere in the world, it seems that governments are experimenting and rolling out unmanned aerial systems or drones. But in the USA, we seem to be as a regulatory impasse. When will the FAA say that every drone needs a license and should be regulated? When will the FAA come up with an overall vision for the National Airspace System?

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12 cruise embarkation secrets for a happy All Aboard

12 cruise embarkation secrets for a happy All Aboard

It’s winter in the northern hemisphere. The new year starts tomorrow. Snow and cold is in the air. Many are thinking of escape, warm temperatures, light breezes and Caribbean cruises. A bad start on a cruise can ruin it. To start a cruise well takes preparation before reaching your cruise and understanding how to make cruise embarkation easy. I’ve got a dozen cruise embarkation secrets to help you get through your embarkation.

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Insider tips for island hopping with the family

Insider tips for island hopping with the family

The fog over Anacapa Island hung low and thick. “Is that where we’re going?” my daughter asked, waving at the white cliffs that floated in a flat calm Pacific. It was just another day island hopping with the family — and the answer was “yes.” Fascinated by islands? Me...

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