Vacation Rental Travels – Issue Index

Vacation Rental Travels - Discover Great Vacation Places & RentalsBelow you’ll find our past issue index for Vacation Rental Travels magazine.

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Current Issue:

Vacation Rental Travels - Winter 2018 Issue - Cairo Egypt, Laguna Beach CA, Grand Rapids MN, Havana Cuba

Winter 2018 Issue – Cairo Egypt, Laguna Beach CA, Grand Rapids, MN,  and Havana, Cuba

Welcome to Vacation Rental Travels Magazine Fall  2017  issue.

Welcome to our Winter 2018 issue which takes you to both Cuba and Cairo Egypt along with Laguna Beach, the Land of Oz in Grand Rapids Minnesota,  and a mystery island paradise.

Rika Dockery takes to Grand Rapids MN and discovers that year-round outdoor adventures are not all that’s there – It’s the land of the Arts and Oz.

Noreen Kompanik shows us the fun and cultured side of Laguna Beach California. This SoCal beach community is magical and simply fascinating to visit.

Paula Wheeler, shares her solo adventures in Cairo Egypt and tears up when standing at the foot of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It all part of her year long “travel the world” tour and we are lucky enough to have her share some of her stories and images with us.

And highlighting this issue is Patti Morrow’s rare glimpse into Cuba, a long time enigma to most Americans. Patti takes us along as she discovers the beauty and amazing people of this island neighbor.

Your Winter 2018 Issue is right here

Prior Issues:

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine – Fall 2017 Issue including Iceland, Temecula, Gulf Shores, Palm Springs and Australia

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine – Fall 2017 Issue including articles on Iceland, Temecula, Gulf Shores, Palm Springs, and Australia

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine Fall  2017  issue.

Our Fall 2017 issue of  Vacation Rental Travels Magazine should bring out the world traveler in you so you can start making those plans for your next big trip – or a weekend getaway. Check out the terrific authors and locations in this issue:

  • Rika Dockery takes us on an adventure with her daughter in Iceland.
  • Noreen Kompanik lets us tag along on her Tucson Temecula Hideaway.
  • Noreen Kompanik then shares with us her top picks for wining and dining in Southern California Wine Region.
  • Linda Wilkinson teases us with an opening for a city near and dear to her heart- can you guess it without turning the page?
  • Noreen Kompanik shares THE perfect places in Palm Springs to visit and enjoy the experience that is Palm Springs.
  • Paula Wheeler, currently on a year off to travel the world, brings us an unlikely story from the heart of Tanzania.
  • Victoria Hart shows us how to create our own romantic novel in Floral City, Florida.
  • Patti Morrow takes us on a trip to the Land Down Under where she stays in…an igloo in tropical Cairns.
  • Patti Morrow then plays tour guide as we explore exciting yet laid back Cairns and beyond.
  • Rika Dockery finds a dog-friendly trip to Gulf Shores, Alabama.
  • Dede Odgen explores the beach at the Sea of Cortez and Rocky Point with a teenager, taking in off-roading ATVing and hang gliding.
  • Noreen Kompanik brings us back to center with “The Art of Doing Nothing.”
  • Lynne Martin who’s new to VRT, but an experienced vacation rental traveler and author of the book, “Home Sweet Anywhere introduces us to her wandering life- and how it’s come full circle.

Wow, that’s a lot of travel for one reading. You may need two of your favorite beverages to get through this 70-page issue.

Enjoy it! The Fall 2017 Issue is right here

Vacation Rental Travels - 2017 Summer Issue. Vacation Rental Expert Beth Carson brings you articles from Noreen Kompanik, Victoria Hart, Pierre Lambert, Trina Chaimongkol, Camille Miller, Kevin Goff, Rika Dockery, Dede Ogden, and Beth Carson covering Hilton Head, San Francisco, Hocking Hills OH, Martha's Vineyard, Pagosa Springs, St. Lucia, and Eureka Springs

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine Summer  2017  issue.

Our Summer 2017 issue of  Vacation Rental Travels Magazine should bring out the world traveler in you so you can start making those plans for your next big trip – or a weekend getaway.

Noreen Kompanik takes us to San Francisco and highlights some great places to visit and eat in the City by the Bay.

Camille Miller discovers a beautiful estate on Martha’s Vineyard that is also available for vacation stays and even weddings.

Trina Chaimongkol shows us why sleeping with a view in St. Lucia is something we should all put on our bucket list.

Victoria Hart shows us the resilience of Hilton Head South Carolina following Hurrican Matthew and a hidden gem in Hocking Hills Ohio.

Dede Ogden invites us to relax and enjoy the hot springs in Pagosa Springs.

Rika Dockery shares the quirky and fun town of Eureka Springs with us.

And Kevin McGoff takes us to an unknown destination- can you guess Where in the World?

Enjoy the Summer 2017 Issue here

 

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine Spring  2017  issue.

Our Spring 2017 issue of  Vacation Rental Travels Magazine should inspire a bit of fun and laziness in your own life. You deserve it!

Noreen Kompanik takes us with her to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, including a mouthwatering tour of must-dine restaurants.

Sandy Swanton shows off the best of Lucca, Italy, and the fine vacation rental she enjoyed within the walled city.

Jed Vaughn shows off surprising Mazatlán, Mexico with a place in the central district and a plethora of things to experience.

Victoria Hart shares why she chose Stay Alfred in Nashville, TN.

Tyann Marcink invites us on a quick but thorough discovery of Abalone Bay, California.

Newcomer to VRT, owner Rika Dockery shares part of her notebook from VR Mastered Boot Camp in the Owner’s Corner.

And Art Remnet takes us to an unknown destination- can you guess Where in the World?

 

 

Vacation Rental Travels Magazine Winter 2016-2017  issue

What fantastic we have in store for you!

First, I’d like to invite you to join my new VR Mastermind program where each week, for 5 weeks (or more), you and a small group of VR owners will help create a strategic, custom marketing plan for a member’s VR. One week, it will be your turn, and we will focus our efforts on ways to improve your property, the marketing, and its profitability. Feedback on this can’t miss an opportunity for you to work directly with me and improve your bottom line has been incredible. And the owners that have attended has already increased the number of booked nights in their properties. Shouldn’t you discover what they now know?  You can find out more here.

Here are some of the places you will have the freedom to reconnect to in this issue:

Come away with us in this issue, to San Diego, where Tyann Marcink – vacation rental expert and commercial photographer, takes us on a whirlwind journey from sea to mountains.

Longtime Vacation Rental Travels Magazine contributor, Camille Miller explores New England with a cabin for all seasons.

Photographer with a keen eye for spaces and writer Theresa St. John travels to New Hampshire and finds a vacation rental with its own indoor pool and sauna – so you and your family or friends can enjoy it year-round. Later in the issue, we’ll tag along to Boston with her, in a vacation rental with a bird’s eye view of the city.

Intrepid traveler Paula Wheeler finds another luxury vacation rental on the coast of Oregon and we join her on a crabbing adventure.

Upbeat and fun Noreen Kompanik, a VRT favorite, teams up with Theresa St. John to take on New Orleans with flair.

New to VRT but we’ll be seeing more of him in the future, Jed Vaughn takes us on a tour of vacation rentals in Walla Walla, Washington.

Also new to VRT, Victoria Hart cruises down beautiful canals in Europe on a barge while taking in sites, excursions and relaxing in some of the most interesting cities on the continent.

As you read along, put yourself in these places. Try on the activities like a new shirt and see which ones suit you. You may try going exactly where our writers visited or you may encompass the ideas you learn in a totally different locale. Either way, you will be swept away to explore new cities and new ways to travel. I can’t wait to see where you will go and hope you share with me what new places you have discovered.

Whether you are looking for an adventure in a major city or need a slow-moving barge meandering Europe at 3 to 4 miles per hour, vacation rentals allow for a true immersion experience into the culture and local flavor.

Our writers do a bang up job of detailing places in each issue so that the you can experience new places from the comfort of your home. I know I have added places to my bucket list with each reading and so appreciate the unique stories shared. I hope this will continue to inspire you as well to visit vacation rentals this year and beyond.

To your next travel adventure!

Enjoy the Winter 2016-2017 Issue here

 

Enjoy the Fall 2016 Vaction Rental Travels Magazine Issue here

Noreen Kompanik takes us on a journey to a secret destination- try to guess without peeking! You’re going to want to go after reading her article, I promise.

Near the flash and glitz of Palm Springs, in the quiet community of Indio, CA, photographer Tyann Marcink and I find Villa Sereno affords a truly unique vacation experience.

At first glance, Alamosa itself doesn’t seem like much, just a dusty little town set between the San Juan and Sangre de Cristo mountains.  Camille Miller finds it’s actually full of delights, some of which are found in the vacation rental, and some, like the sand dunes, are a short drive away.

A foodie paradise, Prince Edward Island is the perfect spot to cook the local seafood into quick and delicious meals. New to VRT, Kurt Jacobson shares his experience cooking up delectable meals at a vacation rental on Prince Edward Island.

Exotic. That’s the one word we use to describe Tucson, Arizona. There are many others, but, each time she goes back to visit, this is the one that rings truest in her mind. Come see why Noreen Kompanik finds Tuscon so fascinating.

A little spot of paradise – charming, casual, quaint, friendly, and oh so laid back.  As the locals say, “Relax, you’re on island time.” Susan Pichini, also new to VRT, takes us on a fun and historic tour of Catalina Island, California.

Tawna Brown, in the cover story, takes us with her on a trip to the other side of the world. You won’t want to miss this. Considered Tahiti’s little sister, Moorea reflects an authentic Tahitian lifestyle, exuding charm and character throughout the island.

180 degrees from Ordinary- Tawna Brown’s temporary home was aboard this luxury sailing yacht as it meandered through French Polynesia’s Society Islands, promising an experience that is 180 degrees from ordinary…and it was.

The thirty-ninth floor penthouse treats its guest to sweeping views of Coal Harbor, a multitude of downtown buildings and the North Shore mountains. Paula Wheeler satisfies our need for speed and serenity.

Storm the Castle! Who wouldn’t want to be lord or lady of their own fairy-tale castle? Or wander the grounds surrounding their own secluded chateau or mansion? Live like royalty while on a tour of castles with Rebecca Johnson.

Maine, where you just have to slow down and enjoy the way life should be. Find out what you’ve been missing in Maine. Theresa St. John shares what she loves most about Maine – the food and fun!

Dede Sindelar helps you uncover hidden gems for your next dream destination with these stress free research ideas and travel apps at your fingertips. Then pack your bags for the adventure of a lifetime.

Editor Beth Carson interviews Steve Frellick, owner and founder of Yonder in Asheville, NC, a boutique agency with 50 vacation rentals.

Sandy Swanson rounds out this stellar issue with her unique perspective on travel – plus an opportunity you’ll want to check out.

 

 

Enjoy the July-August 2016 Issue here

There is no place on the planet that can rival Paris for chic art and bohemian cool. The art, the architecture, and the spirit of Parisians is something to be savored. Over a cup of strong coffee. On a sidewalk, in a trendy café with smartly uniformed waiters.

So, whether you can go online and buy a plane ticket to the City of Lights, or you simply want to come away with us from the comfort of your home, I know you’ll love Theresa St. John’s articles on Paris.

Theresa takes us to West Roxbury, in the heart of Boston, as well.

Camille Miller transports us to an altitude of 9000 feet in Keystone, CO.

Noreen Kompanik shares her favorite spots in Oceanside, California and finds some hidden gems in  Where in the World.

Dede Sindelar gives us insight and tips for a social media detox– some I used while in Paris, and enjoyed the trip so much more because I was more present- living in the moment.

New to VRT but very much a whirlwind travel writer, Patti Morrow takes us on a houseboat in Naples, Florida. We hope to see more from her!

Also new to VRT is Laurie Daghigh, who takes us on a delightful journey uncovering Hip and Funky Austin, TX.

Come away and escape with us. You’ll be glad you did.

Grab your favorite beverage and come relax and enjoy some virtual travel…

May June 2016 Issue

First, we’d like to thank this issue’s sponsor, the Florida VRMA- Vacation Rental Management Association. Keeping up with industry changes is part of the job, and the VRMA gives managers a centralized location to network, learn about new opportunities in the industry and keep up with legislation that the hotel industry is pushing. I’m excited to go on May 31 on a press pass. Let me know if you’ll be there so we can meet.

Next, see if you can guess Where in the World we’re taking you this time. This place has so much to offer, you’ll put it on your list if you haven’t been, or if you have, you might discover something you missed the first time around.

Our Owner’s Corner this issue is written by Joda Coolidge, owner of Sea Life Happy, where I spent 8 truly happy nights in December. As a life coach, Joda used one of her own exercises to reinvent her life and helps other do the same when they visit her vacation rental.

Come away with us to the seaside Mayberry-like town of Anna Maria Island. I had so much fun living in the moment for this article with my friend Liz. We’ve been friends for an amazing 32 years and have to be purposeful about spending time together as we both lead busy lives. We’ve learned that traveling together is easier than visiting at each other’s houses as real life doesn’t get in the way and we’re more fully plugged in to the here and now. The house is incredible, we were spoiled both inside by the owner and outside by Mother Nature.

Speaking of traveling together, be sure to read “For the Love of Travel” this issue- it’s full of insightful tips gleaned from decades of traveling with friends and families.

Explore Zijuatanaju with a couple of Baby Boomers and their parents, where they discover the joys of being a kid again. The writer, a vacation rental owner himself, has some advice on how to travel for free, even if you’re not an owner.

Uncover some of Portugal’s hidden gems on a mother/son trip. So beautifully written, I’m figuring out when I can fit Portugal into my travel itinerary.

Daily life is stressful, even if you’re just running late for a meeting, and we’ve found some ways to manage it, applicable whether you’re traveling or at home, in Master Your Zen.

 

 

March-April 2016 Issue

Join us in our relief efforts for those in Rakiraki Fiji who have been greatly affected by Cyclone Winston. Then come along with us to Anguilla in the Caribbean, a historic cabin in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Montreal, Buenos Aries’ Alto Palermo District, and Seattle. Oh and we discover how to enjoy this year’s Tour de France as well.

Our cover story is from the wine country of Marlborough New Zealand. Writer, photographer and world traveler Tawna Brown takes a fun look at New Zealand’s South Island with her stay at The French Barn in the town of Blenheim.

 

Come escape with us and relax a bit.

 

January-February 2016 issue highlights:

In this issue, you’re coming with us to Fiji, two destinations in Mexico on opposite coasts, Maine, Mission Beach, California, Hawaii, and a favorite spot for our Where in the World. Just reading is a delight for the mind. So, give yourself the gift of time and open up this digital delight.

This issue is extra special to me because one of our writers is covering my vacation rental in Fiji- Starfish Blue. We had a contest in 2014, where the prize was a week’s stay at Starfish Blue, and the winner couldn’t travel, so the computer’s next pick was Theresa St. John. Reading her article was such a sweet moment, seeing my home a world away through new eyes.

If you can’t travel far this year, be sure to check out Noreen Kompanik’s article on Getaways in Travel Changes.

For a life filled with more awareness, read Dede Sindelar’s wellness article, 10 Ways to Improve Your Sensuality.

This issue is sponsored by my upcoming free, 4 part video series on Travel Psychology. While everyone will find it interesting, it’s geared towards vacation rental owners and managers.
Create guest happiness to receive:
  • More inquiries
  • Higher occupancy
  • Increased nightly rate
The Get Your WOW On brand is dedicated to helping you stand out from the crowd and be more profitable. I have some exciting tools, training and tempting ideas that will WOW your guests. These will all start rolling out in 2016- watch this space!
Let’s Get Your WOW On, together. Click here to sign up for the video series

(Did I mention it’s free? See you soon!)

 

 

 

November/December 2015 issue highlights:

In this issue, you’ll be traveling with us to:

  • Tulum, Mexico
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Miramar Beach, FL
  • 12 Days of Christmas in Florence, Italy
  • Hudson River Valley, NY
  • A museum filled mystery destination

And of course our regular departments

Family Travel– we brought back one of our most loved articles

Wellness– is soft adventure or hard adventure for you?

Owner’s Corner– follow Beth Carson on her interior design of two condos in the TAO Residences

Ask the Expert– Facts and Beth’s take on the Expedia buyout of HomeAway- what it could mean for you.

So, now it’s your turn– escape.

This issue is sponsored by my upcoming free, 4 part video series on Travel Psychology. While everyone will find it interesting, it’s geared towards vacation rental owners and managers.
Create guest happiness to receive:
  • More inquiries
  • Higher occupancy
  • Increased nightly rate
The Get Your WOW On brand is dedicated to helping you stand out from the crowd and be more profitable. I have some exciting tools, training and tempting ideas that will WOW your guests. These will all start rolling out in 2016- watch this space!
Let’s Get Your WOW On, together. Click here to sign up for the video series

(Did I mention it’s free? See you soon!)

Now go pour yourself a drink– I’m drinking a decaf latte in the Houston Hobby Airport listening to the light and brilliant– and totally unexpected– tones from a string quartet. Just like vacation rentals, airports have the ability to WOW their guests. For me, after a year of way too much business travel, it actually brought tears to my eyes as I let the music take me away.

Find a comfy chair, but before you do, share this email with your friends. You’ll want to share the joy of travel, from beaches in Florida to centuries old traditions in Italy.Come away with us.

Enjoy the November-December 2015 Issue here

 

September/October 2015 issue highlights.

In this issue, you’ll be traveling (for fun!) with us to Sitges, Spain; Gulf Shores, AL; Myrtle Beach, SC; a colorful mystery destination; Dorchester, MA; and Bodega Bay, CA.

This issue is sponsored by Get Your WOW On. Take a sneak peek at my free 4 part video series on Travel Psychology. We’ll take a fun look at what gets noticed in a crowded marketplace and what’s involved in getting selected. It can be a bit like on-line dating!

Just like with on-line dating, you’ve got to WOW them.

After 17 years in the travel industry and 45 countries stamped in my passport, I know a thing or two about what catches the eye and trust of a traveler. We’ll have fun, diving into topics you’re familiar with, as well as some that may be new to you. As my friend and fellow marketer calls it, “Shocking Broca.” I take this concept and put my own twist on it, Delighting Broca. And, how you can use this to your advantage.

I’m here to help. It’s all stepping stones on the same pathway of getting more inquiries, more reservations, and more guest stays. I have some exciting tools, training and concepts that will WOW your guests. It’s the start of something BIG.

This link will take you to the sign up page for the free (and fun!) video series.

And of course our regular departments on family travel, wellness travel, and our owner’s corner. So, now it’s your turn, escape with us. Get in a comfortable chair, indulge in a nice beverage and relax. Shut the world out for a while and dream a little…

And if you will be so kind, please share this issue with your friends. It’s always free and a fun way to build vacation dreams for them as well. Who knows? You may end up sharing a joint family vacation adventure.

Go pour yourself that drink, I’m drinking lemonade right now, find a comfy chair, and come away with us.

Please share your comments with us. We love to hear from you!

Enjoy the September-October 2015 Issue here

July/August 2015 issue highlights.

Vacation Rental Travels - July August 2015 Issue

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In the 43 pages of this issue you’ll find dream inspiring articles from

  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Monterey, California
  • Simons Island, Georgia
  • Treehouses around the globe

and more.

This issue is sponsored by paradise found- Starfish Blue on Fiji’s Suncoast. This 3-bedroom, private house situated directly in front of a reef provides privacy, luxuries like daily maid service, and the sublime views that make Fiji’s Suncoast one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

And of course our regular departments on family travel, wellness travel, and our owner’s corner. So, now it’s your turn, escape with us. Get in a comfortable chair, indulge in a nice beverage and relax. Shut the world out for a while and dream a little…

And if you will be so kind, please share this issue with your friends. It’s always free and a fun way to build vacation dreams for them as well. Who knows? You may end up sharing a joint family vacation adventure.

Please share your comments with us. We love to hear from you!

Enjoy the July-August 2015 Issue here

 

 

Vacation Rental Travels - May-June 2015 Issue

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May/June 2015 issue highlights.

In the 45 pages of this issue you’ll find dream inspiring articles on Florence, Boston, Washington D.C., Sun Valley, houseboating on Lake Mead, and more.

This issue is sponsored by the updated and expanded edition of Money Making Vacation Rentals by Beth Carson. Inside its covers you will discover the secrets to marketing and managing your dream vacation home for income.

Pick up your copy and start marketing and managing your dream home into making money.

After you have your copy of the book, find yourself a comfortable chair, indulge in a nice beverage and relax. Shut the world out for a while and dream a little…

Enjoy the May-June 2015 Issue here

 

 

 

Vacation Rental Travels March 2015 Issue

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March/April 2015 issue highlights.

I hope you enjoy indulging in our latest edition of Vacation Rental Travels Magazine. It’s 63 pages of fun in the sun and snow. Get a glass of your favorite beverage and take some time to relax and escape.
In this issue we have some great adventures for you escape with to:
  • Some of the top wineries in British Columbia
  • Day tripping from the Turks and Caicos
  • Getting warm with a pint in Ireland
  • Hearing the call of Mermaids in Northern Washington

We also have a special interview with Tom Keogh, owner of Cooga Cottage in County Limerick Ireland. He’s our expert this month—an owner who’s doing it right.

 

Enjoy the March-April 2015 Issue here

 

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Vacation Rental Travels - Winter 2014-2015 Issue

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Winter 2014 issue highlights:

I hope you enjoy indulging in our latest edition of Vacation Rental Travels Magazine. It’s 63 pages of fun in the sun and snow.
Get a glass of your favorite beverage and take some time to relax and escape.
For this issue, our writers have fanned out and brought us stories from a range of vacation rental experiences, including:
  • A mansion in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with an indoor basketball court, (the cover is a VR- can you imagine?)
  • An affordable Sun Valley, Idaho vacation rental with a fishable stream in the backyard
  • A chic penthouse in a fun district in San Francisco
  • A luxury beachfront condo in Puerto Vallarta
  • A Breakfast at Tiffany’s inspired Palm Springs retreat
  • A vacation rental within a resort setting in Rocky Point, Mexico, known as Arizona’s Beach.

 

Enjoy the Winter 2014 Issue here

VRT - Fall 2014 Cover

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Fall 2014 issue highlights:

Our Fall Edition of Vacation Rental Travels again goes global. Travel to Golden, Colorado; Ambergris Caye, Belize; Lake Arenal. in Costa Rica, and a view from the top in Cuenca, Ecuador. And there’s a really great travel article on the author’s solo trip to the Amazon and the Galapagos Islands.

Every issue starts with our exceptionally talented authors, photographers, and editors. Without them there would be no magazine. Then there are the vacation rental owners and the area tourism organizations that help get the word out about the wonderful locations that we as travelers escape to.

So, settle into your favorite chair, sip a delicious beverage, and let’s go places– together.

 Enjoy the Fall 2014 Issue here

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Vacation Rental Travels Summer Cover

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Summer 2014 issue highlights:

The Summer Edition of Vacation Rental Travels goes globe-trotting. Travel to Asheville, NC, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Ambergris Caye, Belize, and Merida, Mexico.

You’ll also find travel articles- how family reunions shaped the future dreams of one writer, an escape to a weekly art exhibition, and a personal essay for me, on how I acquired the most welcome Travel Bug when I was 9 on a trip with my Nana.

Please visit our sponsors- they are what keep these issues free for you. We especially thank the Lofts at 16 Church, in Asheville, for donating a stay that will be given away on August 1, 2014. Watch our Facebook page to see if your name is drawn.

So, settle into your favorite chair, sip a delicious beverage, and let’s go places– together.

 

Enjoy the Summer 2014  Issue here

 

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Spring 2014 issue highlights:

Vacation Rentals Travel - Spring 2014

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  •  A masterfully designed home with pool within steps of Flagler College and St. George Street in St. Augustine, Florida
  • A restful and serene home in just outside the heart of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
  • A 2 story penthouse atop the Ritz Carlton in Beaver Creek, Colorado
  • A hand-hewn escape in Coos Bay, Oregon

You’ll also enjoy articles on keeping mom in the photos, how travel can bring lasting changes to your life and your home, and a “Where in the World” article- no peeking before you make a guess!

Enjoy the Spring 2014 Issue here