WD World Travel Demo 3 Blogs


British Airways Celebrates 100 Years in the Skies - And You Might Not Believe How

Posted on 06/13/2019 in United Kingdom
Can you believe there's been a whole century of commercial airline flight? We all know about the Wright brothers' historic flight in 1903, and in a little more than a century since that shaky flight, look how far air travel has come!
 
After the fabled use of airplanes and the first Air Forces launched during the First World War 1914-1918, countries clamored...

What Does a $500 Million Cruise Ship Reno Look Like?

Posted on 06/13/2019 in Anywhere
When you're investing half a BILLION dollars in a fleet-wide renovation, you're entitled to call it a 'Revolution'. Celebrity Cruises is undergoing a transformation.

You may have already heard about their two new, groundbreaking ships:

Celebrity Edge, which, among many firsts, debuted the world's first cantilevered venue at sea, which moves up and down the side of the ship, becoming a different drinks/...

Legendary Athens Riviera Reborn with the Launch of the First Four Seasons in Greece

Posted on 06/13/2019 in Athens
It's an exclusive stretch of the Greek coast just 20 minutes south of the capital. In the 60's, this exclusive spot on the Athens Riviera was the epi-center of chic, international jet set lifestyle. And now, the Astir Beach resort area is back, an essential eastern Mediterranean destination for stylish travelers in the know.

Recapturing 60's Seaside Retro Glamour


The highlight of the...

5 Alaska Shore Excursions That Will Make You Book an Oceania Cruise Now

Posted on 05/27/2019 in Alaska
Cool-weather Alaska is one of the hottest cruising destinations. It's in our own backyard, with pristine and inspiring natural wonders, and a sailing season May-September perfectly aligned with family summer vacation time.

Oceania Cruises has a twist on discovering America's 'Last Frontier' by sea. Oceania ships are smaller than the mega-ships sailing Alaskan waters. That means they can cruise into small ports...

The Longest Suspension Bridge In North America Has Opened and it Overlooks America's Most Visited National Park

Posted on 05/24/2019 in Tennessee
More than 10 million people every year travel to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – that's more people than visit the Grand Canyon, Yosemite and Yellowstone parks combined!  And now there's a whole new view on this breathtaking, seven-thousand foot range of mountains and the dramatic, 'smoky', haze that gives them their name.
The forests and ridges of this...

4 Royal Family Hangouts in London

Posted on 05/10/2019 in London
The latest Royal news has us all abuzz and reminds us it's time to book a trip to England's capital and home of the British Royal Family. We may not be invited to the latest gathering, but here are 4 places we can immerse ourselves in Royal history and put into context the images we see of the ceremonial events and...

River Cruising has Changed Forever - The AmaMagna Sets Sail

Posted on 05/10/2019 in Europe
A new river cruise ship has embarked on the Danube, and it's unlike anything else on the rivers of Europe. The word 'revolutionized' gets overused, but AmaWaterways' AmaMagna has overturned how we have come to think of river cruising.

It's all about size. If you've ever taken a European river cruise, you've seen your own cruise ship, plus ships from other companies...

Meet the Buenos Aires Designer Whose Shoes Have Transformed Tango

Posted on 05/10/2019 in Buenos Aires
There's no visit to Argentina's capital without experiencing tango. It is both music and an unmistakable dance, perhaps the most sensual dance in the world.

Our Monograms tour of Buenos Aires included an incredible tango dinner show at El Viejo Almacen that took our breath away! A Monograms agenda allows for plenty of free time to explore our own interests (in addition...

Wine, Fashion and Song: Theme Cruises That Will Make You Book a Cunard Luxury Cruise Now

Posted on 05/10/2019 in Southampton
Famous for its 'Three Queens' fleet of iconic ships: the Queen Mary 2, the Queen Victoria, and Queen Elizabeth, Cunard's regal, British lifestyle at sea, with gala evenings, afternoon tea, kennels for pets to travel with you, and epic Transatlantic Crossings from London/Southampton to New York allow you to re-live the age of glamorous ocean liners.

Cunard has also been...