Let's go somewhere amazing together!

Travelers commit to the WOW Vows helping to ensure
that every trip is exceptional from start to finish

  1. I vow to travel with my sense of wonder and my sense of humor.
  2. I vow to be a gracious guest and leave a place at least as good as I found it.
  3. I vow to be a respectful traveler – thoughtful of the people and places I visit and considerate of the people with whom I travel.
  4. I vow to be on time, or will catch up to the group at my own expense.
  5. I vow to rotate the front seat on the motorcoach.
  6. I vow to communicate any complaints to the tour leader privately. (i.e., I will not whine!)
  7. I understand that travel requires patience, a positive attitude an an ability to laugh. If I can’t relax and enjoy the journey, I vow to stay home!!

What our WOWees have to say

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“I appreciate everything around me in a new way. I think the sad reality is that so many Americans have no knowledge of this wondrous place. I was definitely ready to come home but I am smiling thinking about the trip. Marilyn, you did an amazing job. You have a huge heart, you seem to accomplish the impossible and you do so with a sense of humor and boundless curiosity.”
Cynthia Cohen

PERUSE a few BLOG POSTS

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Seven Things I Now Know About Venice

I arrived in Venice a couple of days in advance of my group’s arrival … and had a wee bit of free time – to wander and wonder. There is no place – no place – in all the world, like Venice.  And, although I’ve been here several times over the years, I realize that […]

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Seven Things I Should Know About Venice

  I’ve been to Venice before. Several times, in fact.  For some reason – on this visit – I am stunned into the recognition that I know almost nothing about this watery wonderland. Several obvious questions have occurred to me, for which I don’t know the answers.  Every guide on every city tour I’ve ever taken […]

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A Few Funnies for a Friday

Last week, I made many of you cry.  My “Good-bye” story received more comments and “click throughs” than anything else I’ve ever posted. I wondered aloud to my staff, “Maybe I should write about dead animals every week . . .?” No . . . not a good idea.  Shifting gears, this week’s post is […]