Category: Media Coverage

Breakaway Adventures featured in Canada.com!

“Breakaway Adventures” featured in Canada.com! Read below to find out all about Breakaway Adventure’s Walking tours in the Alps! The tour has been carefully designed for both owners and their pets! To view details of the article on the Canada.com website, click here.   Walk the dog -- in the Alps   Calgary Herald Published: Saturday, February 25, 2006   Tour - Why not take the dog on your next walking tour…

Breakaway Adventures featured in USA Today!

“Breakaway Adventures” featured in USA Today! Read below to find out all about Breakaway Adventure’s Walking tours carefully designed for both owners and their pets! To view details of the article on the USA Today website, click here. Walking tours let the pooch tag along By Kitty Bean Yancey, USA TODAY Taking the dog for a walk is taking on a new meaning for vacationers. On the heels of pet-friendly hotels…

Walking Tours let the Pooch Tag Along

USA Today Taking the dog for a walk is taking on a new meaning for vacationers. On the heels of pet-friendly hotels comes a pack of walking tours designed for owners and their pooches. South Carolina-based Breakaway Adventures, which began allowing pets on certain trips last year, has unleashed a High Alps Tour in France. During the 11-day trek in the Chablais region on the Swiss border, owners and pets…

OH THE PLACES YOU’LL GO

Charleston City Paper St. Augustine said, “The world is like a book and those who don’t travel only read one page.” As the holy one suggested, sometimes the best way to nourish one’s soul is to escape the routine and get out of Dodge. But if the idea of traveling evokes images of crowded motor coaches, group tours, and gimmicky overpriced souvenirs, then think again. Mt. Pleasant’s Breakaway Adventures has…

EJazz Travel – Travelers Play ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ on Dominica Walking Tour

Tread in the footsteps of real - and Hollywood - pirates of the Caribbean. On the Tropical Walk on Dominica tour, available beginning Nov. 17, guests visit the island of Dominica in the Caribbean where the new movie “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest,” opening July 7, was filmed. There they will see many of the sites from the film and stay in the same Mobil four-star hotel (complete…

A pirate’s life – News Press.com

Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean, the 1967 ride that launched skull-and-crossbones mania, just got an overhaul to coincide with the premiere of "Dead Man's Chest." The updated attraction (revised at the Disney World version as well) features appearances by Jack Sparrow and Barbossa and supernatural character Davy Jones, plus music from the movie. Disney Cruise Line's private Bahamian island, Castaway Cay, is now home port for the film's ghostly Flying…

Arrrrrr ye ready to weigh anchor, me hearties?

USA Today If Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest has you hankering for the buccaneer's life (or a safe and sanitized version , anyway), there are plenty of attractions, tours and destinations eager to help you part with a few doubloons. USA TODAY's Laura Bly gives a sampling: Disney  Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean, the 1967 ride that launched skull-and-crossbones mania, just got an overhaul to coincide with the…

It’s a Monster

The Honolulu Advertiser If "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" has you hankering for the buccaneer's life (or a safe and sanitized version, anyway), there are plenty of attractions, tours and destinations eager to help you part with a few doubloons. Dominica: A principal setting for "Dead Man's Chest" and a third sequel was the Caribbean island of Dominica, where hundreds of native Carib Indians were used as extras and…

Your very own Tour de France

Chicago Tribune Here's an independent bicycle tour with two names and a dual focus. "Tour de France for Wimps," also known as "Rivers and Vineyards Cycling," is an eight-night pedal through the Alsace region of France, with ample opportunity for wine-tasting along the way. Part of the route retraces a Roman wine road, while other segments add up to 86 miles of Tour de France roads. A few days are…

Play Pirate in the Caribbean

USA Today - Hotel Hot Sheet Blog   Let's take a break from seeing front-desk clerks or guests walk the plank, and check out a getaway based on the smash-hit movie Pirates of the Caribbean 2. On the Tropical Walk from Breakaway Adventures, guests hike to a mix of historic and Hollywood pirate sites on the Caribbean island of Dominica, where filming was done for thePirates sequel. They'll stay in the Fort Young Hotel,…

Making Sense of Travel with Pets

New York Daily News Mack, a Brittany, enjoys a dip in Canada's Georgian Bay, where the cool waters are just what's needed to unwind after being cooped up in a crate during a long flight. On his annual trip to Canada, Mack yelps and cries in his crate as if he is being tortured, but the moment the anxious Brittany dips his paws into the cool Georgian Bay, he quickly…

IN TRANSIT; Following the Footsteps Of Movie Pirates

New York Times The "Pirates of the Caribbean" is more than just a blockbuster Disney franchise, one whose latest installment, "Dead Man's Chest," quickly passed $300 million in box office receipts. It's a multitasking juggernaut. A "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride, featuring a Johnny Depp lookalike popping out of a barrel, has opened at both Disneyland California and Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Disney Cruise Lines has moored the…