Extend Your Vacation: What To Do In Sonoma County Wine Country

Extend Your Vacation: What To Do In Sonoma County

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We believe our 3-day Sonoma Wine & Walking Tour is a perfect way to get a taste of what the area is all about. You get to “take a peek behind the curtain” by taking leisurely walks through private vineyards and connecting with people within the wineries that you may otherwise never see or meet.

But if you are looking to extend your vacation a bit longer, we have a few recommendations on what to do in Sonoma County once you’ve tasted your fill of their incredible wines.

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Plan Your 2019 Vacation – Get Our Tour Catalog Mailed To Your Door!

By | Taste Vacations

We know a lot of you are big pre-planners – who doesn’t love to daydream about where you want to travel to next?

To help you get a jump start on planning your vacation for next year, we are releasing our 2019 Taste Vacations tour catalog in the coming weeks. Want to snag a copy?  Complete the form below and we’ll send you one in the mail as soon as they are ready.

Happy travels!

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The Most Compelling Reason You Need to Take a Vacation

The Most Compelling Reason You Need to Take a Vacation

By | Travel Tips

We all need a break from everyday life at one point or another for our mental and even physical health – but that doesn’t convince some people to actually take a vacation. So for those people, what may be the most compelling reason to take a vacation? The money you’re losing by not taking all of your vacation days!

Americans are notorious for not taking all of the vacation days they are allotted. It’s an unfortunate part of our job culture. According to a new survey of over 2,200 workers conducted by Glassdoor, the online job search company, the average U.S. employee who receives paid vacation has only taken about half (54%) of those days in the past 12 months.

According to the Project: Time Off’s State of American Vacation report, Americans have cost themselves up to $62 billion by forfeiting 212 million vacation days that could not be banked, rolled over or paid out. Just think of how many beers, glasses of wine, or margaritas that could have bought!

Research also shows that those who travel tend to be happier in not only their personal lives but their professional lives too.

To top that off, the Project: Time Off’s State of American Vacation report also suggests that those who travel more are more successful in their job and more likely to be promoted – which when you take a step back to think about it, really makes sense. Because you took some time for yourself, wherever you decided to go, even if it was to stay at home, you could then come back recharged and perhaps even with a new perspective, to take on whatever your job throws at you.

So stop worrying about the American workplace stigma of taking a vacation because, let’s face it, you taking a vacation is helpful to everyone!

Now that that’s settled, where are you heading to next?

When Is The Best Time To Go To Italy

When Is The Best Time To Go To Italy?

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Italy is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. With its rich history, breathtaking landscapes, remarkable cuisine, and delectable wines, it’s not hard to see why. Our tour operations team gets asked quite frequently – when is the best time to go to Italy?

In our opinion, the best time to go to Italy is in April, May, September, or October, during the shoulder seasons. We typically schedule our small group public tours during the shoulder seasons of the destinations we visit. We do this for several reasons – mostly due to weather, cost, and not wanting to have to share such fabulous locales with a lot of other tourists. Italy’s high season is considered to be June – July.

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