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Enjoy New England’s Fall Foliage at Its Best!

It’s Labor Day, and as we bid summer a bittersweet goodbye, our minds turn toward autumn. If you’re looking for a way to brighten up these darker, cooler months, look no further than our own Northeast; New England has long been regarded as the absolute pinnacle when it comes to gorgeous fall foliage. Every year,… View Article

Spotlight on Cabo San Lucas

Mexico has always been a land of contrasts, and remains so today. Flowers burst with color in landscaped lawns. Nearby, wind-blown El Cardonal cactus bristle to survive in the brown desert sage brush. The Sea of Cortez is beautiful – but deadly. Rich and poor, side by side – new highways and toll roads rambling by abandoned… View Article

Eight Travel-Friendly Items You’ll Definitely Want

Vacationers are some of the savviest people out there – we know the perfect tips to maximize luggage space, how to score the best deals on rooms as well as the ins and outs of our favorite destinations. As such, we’re always on the hunt for anything to improve our efficiency or quality of life… View Article

RedWeek’s Primer On Points

A point system provides no shortageof travel opportunities! Point systems inundate the timeshare industry and play a role in many an owner’s contracts. A point system can offer an owner amazing flexibility when vacationing, but they’re also a source of great confusion for many. Before buying your own (be they resale or fresh from the… View Article

Florida’s Best Hidden Treasures

Elusive Florida panthersprowl the Everglades When we think of vacationing in Florida, we tend to think of theme parks. Between Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens, there’s no shortage of excitement to be found in Florida. However, there is so much more to the Sunshine State waiting to be explored and enjoyed…. View Article

Mazatlan – Shrimp Capital of the World!

Lush white sands line Mazatlan! Like shrimp? Plan your next vacation in the Shrimp Capital of the World –  Mazatlan, Mexico. Mazatlan is family-friendly and filled with enough activities to meet anyone’s interest.   About Mazatlan Mazatlan, a Nahuatl word meaning “place of the deer” is located ten miles from the Pacific Ocean and its latitude is… View Article

Grand Solmar Debuts Blog Aimed at Combating Travel Scams

In a move to make vacationers more aware of travel scams, the Grand Solmar Timeshare Scam Avoidance Group has introduced a new blog aimed specifically at teaching readers to avoid common travel scams. While RedWeek has tackled the steps needed to avoid timeshare rental scams, Grand Solmar zeroes in on scams vacationers are likely to face… View Article

Eight Fantastic Labor Day Getaways – Part Two

The Sausalito Art Festival is a Labor Day weekend tradition! Last week, we reviewed four of our favorite Labor Day vacation ideas packed with events and activities. As promised, we have another four ideas in store to ensure your summer goes out with a bang! Myrtle Beach – South Carolina Myrtle Beach’s ubiquitous sun, sand and surf… View Article

Eight Fantastic Labor Day Getaways – Part One

Fireworks over Lake Tahoe make for a gorgeous Labor Day Summer always seems to come and go so quickly – August is already in sight, with September not too far behind! If you’re looking to plan your Labor Day vacation, now is the time to get started. A traditional weekend for travel, Labor Day sets… View Article

Top 5 Things to Do in August

As the summer season ends you can still sneak in some late summer fun at one of these August events. If you are renting a timeshare in the area check out these events: 1. Chicago Lollapalooza (August 1-3): Did you know this event started out as a traveling farewell to the band Jane’s Addiction? Well… View Article