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Have you dreamed all your life of getting married by the sea or near a cabin? You came to the right place. Contact me and get the best possible experience for your wedding. Choose your dream destination and I'll take care of the rest. 

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Want to go on that vacation but not sure where to start? No need to worry, Athena's Go Travel is the number one travel agency for your needs. I know how difficult it can be to handle a travel itinerary on top of everything else involved with planning a holiday, so I'm readily available to prepare any kind of itinerary you desire. In addition, I can book the best attractions and hotels. I'm located in Henderson, Colorado and can be contacted via (678) 558-8720. I'm a licensed and bonded travel agent that can book your next vacation at an affordable rate! 

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My experience in the travel industry has made it possible for me to offer you an enjoyable experience at a reasonable cost. I'm the right connection to the destination you have in mind. Not only do I offer you the best packages, but also unforgettable trips on cruises, incredible moments in the best attractions, ... 

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Meet your travel Agent

My name is Jeanne Atkins. I am 53 years old. I have 4 grown kids named Paul Arthur (age 33), Sandra Arthur (age 32), Constance Arthur (age 30), and Corey Arthur (age 29). I have 4 grandchildren named Lailena Reed (age 12), Alianah Robinson (age 11), Katalina Arthur(age3), and Arabella Arthur (11 months). I was born and raised in Oregon. I was married 3 times. I have moved all over the United States. 


I truly want to travel to historical places all over the world. I have a twin sister named Julie Crabtree and a little sister named Jennifer Adams. I love this phrase, "Live life to its fullest, otherwise, life will pass you by"


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Top 10 Reasons to Take a Cruise


Ever wonder why so many people return home raving about their latest sailing? If you're among those who are considering a first cruise -- but who hasn't yet taken the leap -- take a look at these ten reasons from Cruise Critic as to why a cruise can be the perfect vacation for just about anyone.


#1: A Cruise Vacation Offers Great Value


Cruises offer great value for your vacation dollar because the fares include nearly everything you'll need for a fantastic trip: food, accommodations, daytime and evening entertainment and transportation between travel destinations. We regularly see cruise deals on mainstream cruise lines for under $100 per person, per night, which is astonishingly cheaper than you'd spend on land for a hotel, dinner and a show.


On some lines, kids even sail free or at discounted rates when sharing a cabin with two adults. Looking for luxury? Upscale lines are even more inclusive, with alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, gratuities, shore tours, onboard spending credits, and even flights often bundled into the base price.


#2: See Multiple Destinations, Unpack Only Once


On a cruise, you unpack once and your floating hotel takes you from city to city or from island to island and there's no need to mess with train or ferry schedules, or lug your suitcase along cobblestone streets. Every morning, you'll wake up in a new place. Can't decide between St. Lucia and Barbados, or Italy or Spain? Why choose? Pick an itinerary that visits all the cities on your wish list.


#3: Cruise Ships are Family Friendly


From tots to teens, grandparents to grandkids, family cruises are fun for all ages. If you're struggling to find a vacation that your 5-, 10- and 15-year-olds will all love -- and that has adult activities, too -- ships now have extensive kids' facilities, split by age. Teens have their own cool hangouts, far away from the play areas for the little ones (and certainly a nice distance from parent-friendly pools and bars). How can you not love a trip that features video games and swimming pools, while offering time for families to be together at dinner or onshore excursions? And parents can even sneak in a romantic dinner alone, by taking advantage of late-night hours in the kids' club.


#4: Cruise Ships Come in All Shapes and Sizes


The ideal cruise ship for one person may be a mega-ship outfitted with onboard rock-climbing walls and outdoor movie theaters, while another will prefer an intimate ship with an upscale ambience and someone else will want the seafaring experience of a masted tall sailing ship. Luckily, all those different types of cruise ships exist.


From French Country Waterways' 12-person river barges to Royal Caribbean's 5,400-passenger Oasis of the Seas. More options range from the luxurious Seabourn Odyssey to the minimalist sailing ships of Star Clippers and even to ice-strengthened expedition ships like Hurtigruten's Fram. Read cruise reviews before you book to choose the best ship for you.


#5: Ships Offer a Variety of Onboard Activities


Today's cruise ships are designed to keep everyone happy. Want to pamper yourself at the spa while your spouse hits the casino? Or lounge in the sun reading a book while your family plays basketball. You can go to an educational lecture, a wine tasting, a computer class or a dance workshop; paint pottery, play bridge, learn a language or do yoga; dine at a casual buffet, a fancy sit-down restaurant, a sushi bar, a diner or a steakhouse; watch a movie, a comedy routine, a song-and-dance show or live music performance. And if all you want to do is nothing while the ship sails from port to port you can do that, too.


#6: Cruise Vacations are Easy to Plan


Because cruise vacations package together transportation and accommodations, they're very easy to plan. Pick your ship, itinerary and cabin, and away you go -- no searching for hotels in your price range, no coordinating travel between cities. You can even get your travel agent to arrange your airfare for you -- or choose a departure port within driving distance to eliminate that extra planning step.


Group cruises are a cinch to book. Cruise lines have plans in place for group travel, eliminating the hassle of coordinating your 20 family members and friends from around the country who want to vacation with you. Book enough cabins -- and you'll get extra perks, including a free fare!


#7: Ships Are Floating Cities


If you're concerned about being stranded in the middle of the ocean, relax. Cruise ships are like floating cities with everything you could possibly want onboard. Today's vessels are outfitted with Wi-Fi, cell service and satellite TV so you can stay in touch with the real world during your cruise (if you even want to). Onboard shops sell the toiletries you forgot to pack, medical centers can provide medicine or a doctor's services if needed, and laundry facilities let you wash your clothes mid-cruise so you don't need to over-pack. Of course, there's also the fun stuff like gyms, multiple restaurants, movie screens, spas, swimming pools, theaters and discos. And in the rare emergency, there are always enough lifeboats for everyone onboard.


#8: Plan an Exotic Vacation


Always wanted to visit Asia but are nervous about the language barrier? Curious about the Middle East, but nervous about country customs? A cruise is one of the best ways to see the most exotic and foreign destinations in the world in an easy way.


Itineraries offer calls at major cities and picturesque villages, all of which will be regional highlights, so you don't have to do the research on the best places to visit in an unfamiliar destination. If you're uncomfortable with independent sightseeing in a new locale, simply take a ship's tour with English-speaking guides. Or team up with more experienced travelers you meet online or onboard to share a cab or private guide.


#9: Cruising Is Romantic


Anyone who's watched "The Love Boat" knows that there's a romance to sea travel. The wind in your hair, the vistas of endless ocean, the stars twinkling above, all may be clichés but they're real experiences onboard! If you want to rekindle the spark with your sweetie, a cruise vacation provides plenty of together time -- sharing side-by-side lounge chairs by the pool, a table for two at dinner, dancing in the evening or sharing quality time onshore. Cruise lines also have special packages for honeymoons, vow renewals and weddings onboard and onshore.


#10: Cruising is Social


If you love to meet people from around the country -- and the world -- cruising provides a wonderful opportunity to make new friends. Even before you embark, you can connect with cruisers on Cruise Critic's Roll Call forums and create groups to go on independent excursions. Onboard, you'll meet people at your dinner table, at the piano bar or by the pool. The person seated next to you might be from Paris, Texas, or Paris, France; London, Ontario, or London, England. Kids can find playmates their own age during youth activities, so they're not always with adults or their older or younger siblings. Looking for Mr. or Ms. Right? We have proof that many long-term relationships begin during a vacation at sea.


Do you have questions about planning your first cruise? Which ship to choose, what to pack, or what to expect onboard? Takes a look at our cruise planning guide or ask questions and find answers in our first-time cruisers forum.




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Here at Atehna's Go Travel, I believe in providing my customers with only the best travel agency services. In order to help even more people, I thought I’d share some of my know-how in this blog so that more people can benefit from the insights and breakthroughs that took me years to learn!



Why did I start blogging?


The truth is that the extent of my business goes far beyond simply catering to my customer’s direct travel needs the moment they hire my services. As an invested and passionate professional, I actually make it my mission to help maintain a high standard of practice within my field of work. And what better way to do so than by helping customers be able to discern from the multiple levels of excellence different businesses provide?