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Relax & Unwind in Szczawnica, Poland

A historical landmark, as well as a relaxing spa destination, The Modrzewie Park Hotel and Pieniny Spa Resort in the town of Szczawnica, Poland, was built in 1938 by owner Adam Stadnicki. It resides in the midst of a larch forest, and the famous villa was originally dedicated to Stadnicki’s daughter. Today, revitalized by the Mankowski family, it is not only
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All photo credits: Tommy Rhyan

Dzień Dobry From Kraków!

Have you considered Poland for your next family vacation to Europe? You will be blown away by this beautiful country, and there is plenty to do in the historic city of Kraków. From the food to the architecture, this is one of our favorite Family Travel with Colleen Kelly stops. Here are the highlights from
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Into the Polish Highlands – The Beauty of Zakopane

Zakopane, a resort town known for its location right beneath the majestic Tatra Mountains, is the ski destination, often known as the “winter capital of Poland.” It is also a place of rich highlander culture and history that continues to thrive today.  Here are the highlights from our time in Kraków filming Season 7 of that we recommend
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Taking a Staycation in Ireland? 4 Things to Do

The luscious natural landscapes and the warm cozy nights in quaint little pubs that Ireland has to offer make it a great place to live. Why bother blowing your budget on a package holiday overseas when you can explore the many places nearby that you may not have had a chance to visit in a
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Benihana – Celebrating their 55th Anniversary and Reasons we Crave it year after year!

If you are traveling to Chicago, or are fortunate to live in this beautiful city, there’s a hot spot celebrating their 55th Anniversary in the restaurant industry. Benihana Chicago offers great food, entertainment and fun located along the Magnificent Mile in downtown Chicago. Benihana Chicago, located in the iconic John Hancock building, features a sushi bar, cocktail
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Seeking Out Traditional Aruban Food

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1563559662563{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Seeking Out Traditional Aruban Food At tropical resorts, especially in colder seasons, the temptation is to stay put, grab a beach chair and chill, moving as little as possible and, usually, eating at one of the restaurants on the property. For those of us who live to eat, however, we like to
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Eating on the Emerald Coast

Eat like the locals by visiting Uncle Buck’s Fish Bowl & Grill in Destin, Florida! Some of the chef’s favorite dishes include the tuna, salmon, fish ‘n chips, and mahi mahi. The mahi is indigenous to the gulf which means it’s extra fresh and tasty. What makes the fish even better is that it is
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Shop

Looking for an interesting “shopping” experience? Then, visit AJ’s Seafood and Oyster Bar located on the Destin Harbor. Here they offer an interesting “catch and cook” opportunity were guests can actually catch the fish they want and it will be cooked for them right after. Next time you’re taking a trip on the Emerald Coast,
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People

One of the best ways to experience the Emerald Coast is by building sand castles on it’s sugary sand beaches. Locations such as Henderson Beach offer great sand castle building lessons, but they’re even better with an amazing instructor. Rick Mungeam has won many awards for his work and is a master instructor on beach
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Emerald Coast Activities

One of the best parts of the Emerald Coast experience is the dolphins! Come face-to-face with the sea creatures through Southern Star Dolphin Cruises in Destin, Florida. You can say hello to the dolphins while enjoying a fun ride through the emerald green water from the Gulf of Mexico. Another way to experience dolphins is
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Learn about the Emerald Coast of Florida

The Emerald Coast has a rich Native American history that you can learn all about at the Indian Mound Museum. The museum hold over 1,000 Native American artifacts dating all the way back to 1400 A.D.! You can see how people used to live by trying out replicas of Native American tools. There’s even a
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Where to Stay on the Emerald Coast

On your next trip to the Emerald Coast, consider staying at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa on the Gulf of Mexico. The beach front resort includes three pools, four champion golf courses, and seven dining outlets. Additionally, the resort is in easy access to two major highways, which means that you and
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