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  • Brimming With International Character

    Brimming With International Character

    For a romantic getaway, a girlfriend weekend or a fun family vacation, think St. Augustine! Brimming with international character, history, art, attractions, great dining and more than a few ghosts, a visit to America’s oldest city is like going to Spain–without the jet lag! Located on the Atlantic coast just south of Jacksonville, and easily…

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  • Washington DC’s Hottest Duo: Mark DeCarlo and VTT

    Washington DC’s Hottest Duo: Mark DeCarlo and VTT

    Travel Guru Mark DeCarlo shared VisualTravelTours with thousands of travelers at the recent Adventure Travel Expo in Washington D.C. He presented two Kindle Fires to winners of the weekend drawing, sponsored by VTT. Joining Mark was Mary Ellen Dawley, author of VisualTravelTour “Cherry Blossoms & Washington D.C.’s Tidal Basin”. Her description of the insider local…

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  • New Video Releases Just In Time For Gifts

      Spain, London, New York, Los Angeles, Morro Bay… Ready to download or order on CD! From London To Oxford on the Thames The Four Faces of Los Angeles Safaris In Botswana’s Okavango And Chobe, Africa Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter Imperial Beijing: Tian’anmen, Forbidden City, Jingshan Take A Tasty Trip To New York’s Little Italy

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  • New Colorado Tour

    Available now in video format: Winter in Colorado’s Steamboat Springs by writer, and local expert, Andrea Kennedy. A perfect gift! Tucked into Routt National Forest in the northwest corner of Colorado, Steamboat Springs is so far off the beaten path you have to intend to get there! Its charming western character and hidden secrets are…

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  • San Diego–great year round

    Little Italy and the Gaslamp District in San Diego, CA (available in both QuietGuide and video formats) was written and photographed by Jordon Clary, a freelance writer with a passion for new vistas, good wine, and great company. She’s shown us some of the best. “In the heart of downtown you’ll find two of the…

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  • Seen Boston Lately?

    Boston’s Green Pathways is now available as a QuietGuide. This tour was written and photographed by Ken Lovering who watched the city transform into a great walking city as its elevated expressway was banished underground, making way for the new Rose Kennedy Greenway. Ken is a Solas-Award-winning travel writer and has written for many travel…

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