Meet our Destination Specialists
I have worked at Wimco for 7 years. This January, where I have had the opportunity to travel to many of our beautiful destinations including St. Barts, St. Martin, Anguilla, The Virgin Islands, Italy, France, Morocco, and Greece.
Other travel experience includes being employed by Trans National Travel in Boston, a Bachelor of Science degree in hotel, restaurant, Travel Administration at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where I participated in a coop program at Disney for a semester and many years of personal travel both domestic and international.
Recent Travel: Anguilla; Italy; The Virgin Islands
Interview Questions & Answers
Q: Are there any festivals in Europe that you recommend?
“I went to a festival in Provence called the Festival of Lights. It was incredible; we were staying in Albino for about three nights and were able to experience the people outside just laughing, eating and drinking. Family and friends were enjoying the festivities and everyone was filled with life.”
Italy - The Amalfi Coast, Sorrento, and Capri – Part 1
“On May 12th, Allegra Pawlowski and I departed for Italy, arriving on the 13th. We picked up our Fiat Punto, hit the A-1, and just started driving south, following the signs for Naples, then Positano. If one felt the desire to stop in Naples, I would highly recommend they take in the Archeological museum, which holds so many of the treasures from the ancient cities of Pompei and Herculaneum. I of course also recommend a tour (guided) of these cities, which were frozen in time in 79 A.D.”
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Morocco - Greece & Morocco Spectacular
“I started my journey to Greece aboard a British Air 767. After a long layover in London, a 4-1/2 hour flight to Athens, a 1-hour bus to the port of Piraeus, and a 4-hour fast ferry ride on Hellenic Seaways (the best! a/c, snack bar, tv, comfortable seats), I arrived in Mykonos, and was greeted by Federico Arduino (managing director of Aqualiving/Living International) and Hayden Kemp (Guest relations manager) holding a "Lady Suzanne" sign.”
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