Cynthia Kear Travel Blog

Cynthia Anne Kear, a native of Knoxville Tennessee, knew at the age of 13 that she wanted to be in the travel business. She did her 8th grade speech on how to be a "Stewardess". Many years later and after a brief stint in sales for Waste Management, Cynthia has now been in the travel business for 15 years and loves every second of it.

Cynthia Kear
Travel Specialist
Phone:615-386-9876
Fax: 615-425-3234 (f)

Certifications:
Virtuoso Accredited

Destination Specialist:
Africa, Europe, South America, North America, Central America
Cynthia Anne Kear, a native of Knoxville Tennessee, knew at the age of 13 that she wanted to be in the travel business. She did her 8th grade speech on how to be a "Stewardess". Many years later and after a brief stint in sales for Waste Management, Cynthia has now been in the travel business for 15 years and loves every second of it. She starte...d with Belle Meade Travel and is now a partner at Belle Meade Vacations. During this time Cynthia has visited 4 Continents, 40 Countries, 42 States in the US, hundreds of cities, several different cruise lines and never tires of traveling Cynthia loves her clients and she loves matching them up with fabulous trips - nothing excites her more than planning a complicated Foreign Independent Travel itinerary. Cynthia also is the VIP Travel Coordinator for the Nashville Film Festival and enjoys working with the entertainers and filmmakers, and the many challenges involved in performing that role. this site Favorite Trips: London, England - December 2008 - View Our Photo Album Costa Rico - January 2008 - View Our Photo Album Mexico - June 2009 - View Our Photo Album More

Explore England – From London Bridge to The Globe!

Is there anywhere in the world more identifiable than England?  What is it about that island, its history, its landmarks and literature that keep us so enchanted and attached?  We start in childhood with “London Bridge is Falling Down” and it grows from there.  For those of us truly smitten by all things English, we even have our own classification – Anglophiles.  So what is the best therapy for this affliction?  Go and explore England! 

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