Fast Track to the Fast Lane


Porsche Experience Center


Want a taste of the pulse-pounding speed and adrenaline rush that race-car drivers relish? That’s what three members of my family enjoyed during a recent session at Porsche’s Experience Center. Read more in Business Jet Traveler.

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Heart of Switzerland: Alpine Hiking and Adventure


Wengernalp Railway

The cheery green and yellow Wengernalp Railway climbs its steep alpine route, and our sense of adventure heightens as the cogwheels hug an increasingly vertical slope. It’s a blue-sky autumn day, perfect for our travel to the car-free village of Wengen in central Switzerland. Suddenly, coming into view…read more in GoWorldTravel.

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Discover Amarillo and the “Grand Canyon” of Texas


Palo Duro Canyon

Amarillo has long been a favorite rest stop for travelers heading across the southern U.S. From rodeo and ranching to Route 66 nostalgia, the city is touted as authentic Texas. And its whimsical logo, which spells Amarillo with cowboy boots (as double Ls), lets you know it’s a fun-loving place.  Read more in RealFoodTraveler.

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An Extraordinary Equestrian Event


In western North Carolina’s horse country, the historic small town of Tryon and surrounding communities are about to be put on the global map. The FEI World Equestrian Games, which take… read more in Business Jet Traveler

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Hot Springs Bathhouse to Brewpub


Superior Bathhouse Brewery

“Quaff the elixir” is an old saying in Hot Springs, Arkansas, a town made famous for its natural thermal spring water. Thanks to very low sulfur content and no bad-tasting minerals in the Ouachita Mountains springs, the water is drinkable in its pure form. What’s more, you can even make beer with it. Read more in Real Food Traveler

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