Journese adds Greece to its Europe portfolio

Journese adds Greece to its Europe portfolio
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF. – Journese continues to expand its European portfolio with the addition of Greece, featured in the four-color Greece mini-brochure just released. This high-end portfolio includes Athens, Crete, Mykonos and Santorini and 25 four-and five star resorts, offering complimentary daily breakfast; more than 20 premier activity options and private excursions; private transfers; hydrofoils; and first-class air options. Select resorts qualify for Journese’ travel credit promotion up to $500. In addition, the new product line features the all-inclusive luxury Windstar Cruise exploring the Greek Isles and the Turkish Coast, featuring open teak decks, elegant staterooms, lavish amenities, premier chef-prepared cuisine and superb wines.

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How to Save Money Without Deprivation -

Among your various New Year’s resolutions, there’s doubtless one focusing on doing better financially. Given the same income, we can all achieve this, quite simply, by spending less. In this consumer nation, many of us associate spending less with deprivation, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Chances are there are ways that you can cut back on unnecessary expenses for things that really aren’t bringing you much happiness. And some ways of saving result in experiences that are more enjoyable. As some of these may be recurring expenses, the savings can add up to significant figures — for many, several hundred dollars per month. This is money you could be saving and investing for your kids’ education or for your retirement. Here are some ways to save money in 2015 and beyond: While there is nothing wrong with going the time share route, it is a big decision that should be carefully researched. Many of my clients have been able to buy a used time share for significant savings off the retail price. However, they still have to pay yearly maintenance fees, property taxes and usually only get one or two weeks each year at the property. That may be fine during your working years, but what about after you retire?

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