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They say the three most important aspects of a piece of property are location, location, location. The location of the Five-star Millennium Hotel in Chengdu, China is excellent. The hotel is located in a quiet area with a lovely Shen Xian Shu linear park across the street and a wonderful pedestrian street with shops and restaurants…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on March 31, 2012 at 9:14am — No Comments
Think you’re in Dubai, not this time. You’ve entered a land that only can be called “so Japanese.” Who else, outside of the United Arab Emirates, could create the world’s largest indoor beach, complete with surf and even a man-made volcano that erupts in fake flames. Why the Japanese, of course. Travel a mere 1200 miles south of Tokyo, on the island of Kyushu, and you’ll hit it. Yes in Miyazaki, Japan there lies an amazingly beautiful beach, where you can…Continue
Sarah Browne, nutritionist and chef from Roscommon, Ireland, strives to use all natural foods locally produced or found in Ireland. Her carrageen pudding makes use of a species of red algae that is found along the rocky coast of the Atlantic in Europe and North America but it is also sold commercially. Carrageen is commonly used as a…Continue
How BlogFrog Monetizes the Massive Influence of Women Bloggers
How do you get to be called the largest woman-blogger network in the country?
You believe in what BlogFrog CEO and co-founder , Rustin Banks, says: “Elevated authentic editorial…
Added by Kaleel Sakakeeny on March 27, 2012 at 2:56pm — No Comments
by Andy Jarozs
There may have been some controversy about who should've hosted the future football (aka soccer) World…
Added by Iberostar Hotels & Resorts on March 27, 2012 at 11:43am — No Comments
At some point in the future, you may be able to continue skimming your Kindle or playing Words with Friends when jetting off the runway, The New York Times…Continue
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The visit by Pope Benedict XVI to Cuba, and the worldwide headlines that accompany a Papal visit, may encourage more of us to add Cuba to our "bucket list" of must visit destinations, if it's not already there.
Cuba has been forbidden fruit for most Americans since the 1960s. But it's easier to visit Cuba with a US Passport than you think, and part of the reason the New York Times named Cuba, especially Havana, one of the…Continue
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The Royal Flora show in Chiang Mai is an amazing array of flower that covers acres with beautiful displays. Luckily there is a hop-on hop-off tram for touring the site. Take the tram and decide what is of most interest to you as there is too much to see in one day. Many countries are included…Continue
You can’t blame travel suppliers and companies for their myopia. For all too many years they’ve had a Pavlovian response to their brands: promote them, and get around to taking care of customers later.
Or maybe never.
In spite of all the brouhaha that suggested social media was the way of connecting with and servicing customers, the facts seem to…
On March 3, the Holiday Inn Ch-am, located three hours south of Bangkok, held a housewarming party to introduce their recently completed upgrades. Upgrades included sprucing up the Regent pool, changing all beds and bedding to Holiday Inn international standards, and other amenities that complement their seamless…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on March 21, 2012 at 9:43am — No Comments
When I was young, I remember commenting aloud that in the future cars should be something people ride in, not drive. A person would just hop in, say where you want to go, then sit back and read a newspaper. People laughed at me.
Today, I experienced that world, except that now a person just reads their Iphone. The future has arrived, at least in …Continue
I found that getting fully acquainted with Zermatt goes beyond taking your picture in front of the Matterhorn and doing some skiing or hiking. It’s about immersing yourself in local mountain heritage at the Matterhorn Museum and…Continue
Added by Steve Mirsky on March 19, 2012 at 11:13am — No Comments
Sons were born of the Queen of Sheba and her servant: Menelik from the Queen and Zagwe from the servant of the Queen. Now the children had just passed their teenage and journeyed to see their father – the wise Solomon. He received them with great honour and when they were on their way back home they had the Ark of the Covenant with the crowd that had accompanied…Continue
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A recent news item shows that peacocks are being hunted. It’s the first news that comes from the Kaladhungi region of Uttarakhand. Some weeks ago, when a young boy was attempting to wring the neck of a peacock, the forest officials caught him.
It said that there are lots of people who are crazy about the meat of peacock, and they have been hunting our national bird for quite a long time. It is said that the meat of peacocks is very tasty. It is the biggest reason why the peacock is…Continue
Added by Global Tourism India on March 17, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Chiang Mai is the second largest city in Thailand. It is a busy place perfect for shopping but it can be hot and hectic. The best place to stay while visiting Chiang Mai is just outside the city at Baan Nam Ping Riverside Village. It is less than 20 minutes from the airport and city in a tranquil rural setting.
The small, intimate resort on…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on March 16, 2012 at 11:45am — No Comments
How One Family Learned to Give Up Electronics and Love Aruba w/Video
Kim Orlando loves to travel. She should, she's the CEO of travelingmom.com and she especially loves to travel with her family.
When the idea of a family trip to …
A former gas station with picnic tables out front and neatly stacked locally harvested Oak firewood alongside is the site of Southern Soul, one of Georgia's best BBQ joints. Situated right in the middle of…Continue
Malindi is one of the oldest ancient Swahili Towns in East Africa, it is rich in history and was once a vibrant center of trade
Vasco Da Gama Pillar
The first thing that comes to mind when travelling to Malindi is this historical pillar that was…Continue
Added by LuyanziTours on March 14, 2012 at 2:22pm — No Comments
The beautiful Shangri-la Tanjung Aru Resort just outside of Kota Kinabalu has an incredible spa. CHI, the Spa at Shangri-La draws inspiration from the origins of the Shangri-La legend, a place of personal peace, enchantment and well-being. CHI offers a unique spa design concept. It is a stand-alone "spa village" connected to the hotel…Continue
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