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So it was Dominican night at La Hispaniola Restaurant, an on site restaurant in Punta Cana's Bavaro Princess Resort. The court yard outside was bustling with artisan craftspeople. A glass artist trained a precision torch on delicate tubes twisting and blowing them to create exquisite ornamental palm trees, and other decorative objects. Wood carvers spread out their inventive wares and classic Dominican cigars…Continue
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If you are planning a much needed fun-in-the-sun getaway this winter, you’re in for a treat! Solmar Hotels & Resorts is celebrating its newest luxury property’s grand opening in Los Cabos Mexico at…Continue
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Recently renewed the Juan Santamaria International Airport is located in Alajuela Province, about 20 km away from San Jose downtown. The airport which is Costa Rica´s primary Airport serves a great number of tourists from all over the world. At this airport, SANSA Domestic Airline has its own operation center just 1 block away from arrivals gate.
The Costa Rican government charges a $26 USD departure fee, which can be paid in cash (U.S. dollars or equivalent…Continue
Added by Erick Hidalgo on December 11, 2010 at 11:32am — No Comments
he amalgamated beauty of sun, sand and sea fringed by coconut trees make beaches a romantic destination where one can get relief from their weary thoughts and life.
Three day weekend holidays provided me an opportunity to spend a memorable India holidays at beachside, as I was in Thiruvananthapuram Capital City of Kerala for my official work. This plan was in my mind so I wrapped up my work by Thursday and…
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Emyr Thomas from Bon Vivant shares his thoughts on the best private dining rooms in New York.
The Wine Cellar at the 21 Club
With its fascinating history from the prohibition era, the Wine Cellar at the 21 Club is today considered one of the most coveted private dining rooms in New York. Up to 22 diners can enjoy a three course…
Added by Emyr Thomas on December 11, 2010 at 5:32am — No Comments
The call of the wild is a sign that you cannot ignore. It can haunt you on a dry summer day or during the cold winter nights.
As the monsoons drift away, the call gets louder and louder, as the jungles wear a fresh coat of green and the denizens come out into the open. It is the season for some migratory birds, as well.
Some of the national parks that were closed during the monsoons are thrown open to the tourists who heed the call and start travelling.
So, if you have…Continue
Added by Lonely Planet on December 10, 2010 at 7:10am — No Comments
West Palm Beach’s Greenmarket, 16 years strong, brings fresh-from-the-farm produce, fruits, plants, artisan foods and fresh cut flowers to the east end of Clematis Street each Saturday through April. Enjoy hundreds of acres of Palm Beach County’s finest farm land via more than 60 vendors with unique treats from aromatic spices and herbal loose leaf teas, to pasta, seafood and smoothies. Grab breakfast or lunch, or both, as you take in the beautiful intracoastal view. Make sure to save room…Continue
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I am always amazed how a country so rich in history, culture and the arts and neighboring the USA, is a country that few in the USA even know about other than a beach vacation with margaritas in hand. Apart from the fantastic climate which is the lure for many,…Continue
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Where to Stay & What to See on India's Stunning Coastline. Goa's relaxed attitude and tropical beach setting make it a popular holiday destination, with something to offer everyone.
The hedonistic legend of Goa lives on in the minds of many foreigners who come seeking sun, sand, sea, and of course the psychedelic party scene. Many are surprised to discover that Goa India is not a place,…Continue
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A cool, salty sea breeze was blowing in from across the bay. It brought with it the distinct sound of barking sea lions. We wandered along the pier searching for the source of the noise. And here we happened upon the perfect spot from which to watch the sunset.…Continue
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I cannot believe I am in Beirut.
There is a National Geographic adventure…Continue
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I am a travel consultant, a Uniworld Cruise Specialist and a lifelong Francophile. I had the opportunity to sail on Uniworld's River Royale in early November 2010 as my first river cruise experience. This was indeed an epicurean adventure to sail on France's Rhone and Saone rivers.
River cruising is totally different from ocean cruising. You are steps away from the beautiful towns where you can take walking tours, ride bicycles, have an all inclusive food and wine…Continue
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Tiny Costa Rica holds a very special place in Latin America — largely literate and completely armyless as well as beautiful and exciting. And Malpaís, a six-dude band named after a remote beach area at the end of the road on the Nicoya Peninsula coast (literally, the word means “badlands”), is an unmistakable product of the Tico culture and ethos, fusing jazz and rock with local musical and folk…Continue
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