Category Archive for: ‘Travel’

Travel Cuba


We at Travel Document Systems are always working hard to address our clients needs! We are here to assist, provide support and answer those perplexing travel questions about visa and passport issuance. Recently with the normalization of relations between the US and Cuba, we have received many questions about visa processing. Especially about obtaining visas in advance for Cuba as …

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Second US Passports a necessity for Business Travelers!

Those of us that travel a great deal for business know that we must obtain visas and or permits to entry certain countries. At the same time, we might have an urgent business trip come up that requires us to travel internationally with our passport. This leaves one in a difficult predicament but if one has a second passport one …

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SALT waterfront- Shelter Island

I adore spending time with my sister Sherry and family at her home in East Hampton. Certain places bring one peace and happiness mentally, affording one time to relax and reflect. Being withy my sister in East Hampton brings me solace and joy. Sherry is amazing when it comes to exploring and finding fun places to visit and eat. She …

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Travel Bhutan My State Of Zen Feature

Bhutan- My state of zen

Travel opens my mind and feeds my soul. I feel we gravitate toward adventures that enhance our lives if we are lucky.   I was very fortunate to travel to Bhutan last October. A thrilling experience that changed my life for the good. It was always my dream to visit this Buddhist monarchy tucked in the eastern Himalayan range. My …

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Royal Mansour-Marrakech Morocco

Morocco is one of my favorite countries to visit because of the kindness of the people, the stunning architecture and the lush gardens with diverse fruit trees. On a recent trip to Morocco I was privileged to visit the remodeled and expanded Royal Mansour hotel which was originally built in 2010 by King Mohammed VI of Morocco. 1200 artisans worked …

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Il Sereno Lago Di Como- Lake Como

Lake Como Italy has been a favorite destination of mine because I adore the natural beauty, history and culture. Italy is just mesmerizing because it truly is the essence  of “La Dolce Vita”.   Lake Como is a classic area of traditional beauty and architecture but recently a new hotel with a total modern flair has transcended on this bastion …

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Food Travel JingYaaTandBeijing


I have been traveling to Beijing for many years now and I am extremely pleased by the more advanced and intricate culinary food scene. For a while I felt it was a hit or miss but lately restaurants like Alan Yau’s Jing Yaa Tang have raised the bar when it comes to décor, ambience and most importantly food preparation. Jing …

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Health Travel My Favorite HotelSpas Business Travel

Three of my favorite Hotel Spas while on Business travel!

Those of us that travel a great deal, especially on long haul flights, know the benefits of a massage or foot reflexology upon arrival to our destination. A message assists in restoring our bodies internal clock to the zone we have just arrived in as it helps remove toxins and assist with our blood flow and circulation. If I am …

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Travel China Visas

My tips for obtaining a China Visa…

Since I am the Chief Marketing officer of Travel Document Systems which specializes in visa and passport processing, I get asked a great deal about some tips/advise in securing visas! I am usually asked about China visas as China is one of the most popular destinations for tourist and business travel. There is no real secret in obtaining a visa(s), …

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Travel Food Tiger ForkDC

Tiger Fork- Luscious Hong Kong Style Asian-Washington DC

I have lived in Washington, DC off and on for many years. The evolution of the food scene is monumental. DC has gone from being a sleepy southern town with few differing food choices to having many diverse types of ethnic cuisine representative of being the Nation’s capital. Tiger Fork, located at Blagden Alley in the Shaw neighborhood, is a …

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