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Cynthia Dial
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Cynthia Dial is an admitted travel writing addict, and shares that she pinches herself each time she steps onto the promenade deck of a cruise ship, boards a train or settles into a plane seat to go to work. She's taken a city tour of Melbourne, Australia, from the back of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, hiked the Austrian Alps and learned to surf in Waikiki -- all for a good story. A special correspondent for World Footprints radio show, she is author of Get Your Travel Writing Published: A Teach Yourself Guide, now in its 3rd edition and her work has been seen in Time magazine (Europe and Asia), Toronto Star (her column, Shopping Trips, was a regular feature), Hemispheres, Destinations Weddings & Honeymoons and Shape, among others. Cynthia specializes in travel, with an emphasis on luxury travel, soft adventure, golf, shopping, spas, health & wellness and food & drink. To learn more, visit www.travelwritingbycynthiadial.com. And to follow her blog, visit http://travelingcynthia.blogspot.com.
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08.05.2015

From Painting with Dolphins to Orange Cotton Candy, Here is the Latest in Can’t-Miss Vegas
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Oh, Las Vegas. Where else can you visit Lake Bellagio, the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower within the same day? Adhering to its founding principle, “spare no expense,” this is a town where over-the-top glitter and beyond-the-im...
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07.14.2015

The Wonders of Wales from Castles to Seaside Towns & Wickedly Welsh Chocolates
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What do Catherine Zeta Jones, castles and zip lining have in common? If you answered Wales, you’re right. It is the birthplace of the actress, the country with more castles per square mile than anywhere on earth and home to Europe’s longe...
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06.14.2015

Southwest Germany's Hotels Impress the Most Discriminatory
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Little surprise the land of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche is a land of luxury. Located in Germany’s most southwestern region, let’s begin in Stuttgart (the capital of the state of Baden-Württenberg), travel along Castle Road and wend thr...
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06.17.2015

Germany's Baden-Württemberg is More Than Cuckoo Clocks and Black Forest Cakes
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Imagine that you’re in a classic Mercedes-Benz for a top-down, wind-in-your-hair ride through the Black Forest. Your route overflows with castles, cuckoo clocks and cobblestone alleyways. In short, it is fairytale perfect. Where, you might ask,...
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02.10.2015

Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia: The Sheer Beauty of California's National Parks
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Polished granite mountains, groves of giant sequoias and meadows of minuscule wildflowers, all beneath endless blue skies—this is California’s High Sierra mountain range. From Crescent Meadow’s colorful carpet to Mount Whitney&rsquo...
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01.09.2015

Discovering Québec's Food Scene in Montreal, Lanaudiere and Mauricie
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Montrealers have three obsessions, I’m told. The first is the Canadian’s hockey team, the second is food and cycling takes third place. Though I’m an avid sports fan and bicycle rider (albeit back in the day), my trip to Québ...
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08.29.2014

The Warmer Side of Whistler Has More Than Just Wintertime Activities
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It was my final day in Canada and I relaxed upon rattan palms at the entrance of Fairmont Chateau Whistler, which at 25 years of age is the village matriarch. As I awaited my transportation, I observed my surroundings. Encircled by the green of ...
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08.19.2014

A Guide to San Antonio: Where to Go, Eat & Stay for the Best Texas Experience
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As a native Texan (now Californian), I’ve been to San Antonio many times in the past. Based on this background, you could assume that I know the region well, right? Well, you would lose that bet as my last visit acquainted me with a Texas town ...
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07.30.2014

Borrego Springs’ La Casa del Zorro Resort Brings Back Luxury Living to the Desert
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What do you do when it’s pitch-perfect weather in San Diego? My choice was a bit unconventional, yet warmly rewarding. I headed 90 miles from home into the Anza-Borrego Desert for a stay at its most iconic and best known lodge, La Casa del...
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05.03.2014

Québec City's Celebration of Winter
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My January arrival to Québec City was anything but the warm welcome I received the previous summer. Don’t get me wrong, the province’s unmistakable hospitality and friendliness were in full force. But at a temperature of 8 F, gone ...
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