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Travel Consultant

I’m excited to announce the launch of Heather Robinson Travel. If you’ve been reading this blog you will know that travel has always been a big part of my life. I am channeling all those years of traveling into my … Continue reading

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It starts at sunrise with the walk on the beach, taking in the sheer beauty of Nevis. And it continues all day long with friendly people, empty beaches and rum drinks. We just returned from a week in Nevis, I’ve … Continue reading

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Italy – The Lakes

The scenery was spectacular, the weather was perfect and the food was amazing for the six days we hiked around Lake Orta, Maggiore and Como the last week of September. We arrived in Milan a day early so we could … Continue reading

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Puebla, Mexico

When my brother called to say he was getting married…in Puebla, Mexico…it seemed like a good reason to visit this city a few hours from Mexico City! I immediately checked the NYTimes to see if they had some advice since … Continue reading

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Rancho la Puerta

It was an article in the Travel section of the Boston Globe in 1996 that sparked my interest in Rancho la Puerta, a fitness resort in Tecate, Mexico. I tucked the newspaper in my wish list folder and periodically pulled … Continue reading

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Just returned from six days in Jerusalem attending a bar mitzvah. We stayed at the Harmony Hotel, a friendly boutique hotel in a great location just off Jaffa Street. The rate included a delicious breakfast buffet and a daily happy … Continue reading

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The Algarve, Portugal

Vilacampina, a nine room hotel in the sleepy little village of Luz de Tavira in the Algarve, was the perfect home base for six days in Portugal. The white-washed hotel is beautiful, with fig and olive trees lining the walk … Continue reading

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