TRAVEL

The long unwind

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On a recent 33-day Caribbean voyage aboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises, WAG luxury travel and beauty writer Debbi K. Kickham and her husband and sometime writer partner, William D. Kickham, had the time to chillax and appreciate the moment.

Letting your hair down in Delray Beach

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It may not be Palm – Beach, that is – but Delray Beach and its Seagate Hotel will beguile those people who want to chillax with their families this winter in Florida, says Westfair’s senior travel and food writer, Jeremy Wayne.

Traveling for business and pleasure with Sandra Smith

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Sandra Smith is from suburban Chicago, graduated from Louisiana State University and distance-dated hubby John Connelly, traveling on weekends to Chicago from Manhattan, where she worked for Aegis Capital Corp. and Hermitage Capital Corp. before joining Bloomberg Television and ultimately Fox News.

Solid as the Rock (of Gibraltar)

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The stubborn, recalcitrant, headstrong Rock of Gibraltar, a financial services center, has become a byword for something unchanging and dependable, somewhere that refuses to change regardless of fad, fashion or the prevailing wind – which is undoubtedly why the Prudential insurance company uses The Rock in its logo.

Anguilla’s laidback charm

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“We can take comfort in the fact that some things never change,” writes WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane. Anguilla’s “water is still azure and crystal-clear, its sands are white and powder-soft; the sky remains an irresistible cerulean blue; and the Anguillan people are still kind, gracious and eager to welcome you to their special island paradise.”