A Brewed Perspective: Microbreweries and Craft Beers

Despite the fact that the industry giants still dominate beer sales, I am finding more craft beers on shelves than ever. These beverages tend to stand out more than their mass-produced counterparts. According to the Brewers Association, consumers in the States who buy beer, spend 21 percent of this money on craft beers, and the […]

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 No Train, No Gain: US Edition

Many of us travelers have a bucket list and I am no different in that respect. On my list are places such as Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone and Portland,  but there’s also the must-do experience: taking an epic train ride in the USA.

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 Vote for Your Favorite Destinations in Our U.S. Bucket List Bracket

Click for full size. March Madness is here, which exemplifies the only real way to determine the winner of any contest: with brackets. That led us to the question: What attractions make people want to travel? Sticking with the United States, we took some of the most popular sights from Global Discovery Vacations members over […]

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 Member Monday: Skiing the Slopes of Steamboat Springs, CO

Global Discovery Vacations member Eric S. and his slope-loving family spent Christmas week in their ideal place: on the mountains of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Though they ski near their home in Pennsylvania, Colorado is a completely different experience. Read about his stay at the Village at Steamboat resort in this week’s Member Monday.

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 Member Monday: Fall Festivals and Mountains Make Breckenridge a Blast

Autumn in Colorado is as gorgeous as it gets, which Global Discovery Vacations member Roy A. recently found out during his stay at the Grandview at Breckenridge resort. It was a week of relaxation and exploration for Roy in this week’s Member Monday.

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