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Las Vegas is expecting a record 320,000+ out-of-town guests for New Year's Eve parties. Las Vegas will fill its 150,189 hotel rooms on New Year's Eve, Sam's Town RV Park also…Continue
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Five cardinal rules of travel
When traveling, especially with one or more people, there are certain rules that one should keep in mind. It makes travel easier and causes less angst.
SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING NEWS FOR PARK CITY RESORTS
You can click here to see why Park City -- which includes Deer Valley, The Canyons, and Park City Mountain Resort -- might be America's best ski destination even without this season's additions and improvements. Then scroll down to see…Continue
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Starbucks. It seems every civilized place on the planet has at least one.
On any continent they are all exactly alike. The only difference is the décor on the mugs. I consider them collectibles. I have no more room on the shelves in my kitchen for them, but I still buy one wherever I go. In fact, I am a bit annoyed if the city I am in (Nairobi, Kathmandu) does not have a Starbucks.
Before I travel, I Google the location of the Starbucks in the destination city. Not only…Continue
With an endeavor to revive Hinduism, the great Hindu reformer Adi Shankaracharya founded the Chardham Yatra during the 8th century AD. The name “Char Dham” rightfully refers to four abodes of the Almighty, namely Gangotri, representing Ganga-the godess of power, Kedarnath depicting the dwelling of Lord Shiva, Badrinath symbolizing the home of Lord Vishnu and Yamnotri signifying the godess of strength Yamuna. Housed at the Himalayan base of Garhwal (Uttaranchal), all the aforesaid locations…Continue
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Cape Town has developed into a glitzy city since Apartheid and the fall in flight prices, thanks to the World Cup, makes this the biggest holiday destination in southern Africa. When your plane comes in over the city, it is impossible not to be captivated by Table Mountain that forms the area’s perpetual backdrop. The Mother City (so called because it is the first colonised city in Africa) is built in the valley of an…Continue
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La Fortuna, home of the very popular and stunning Arenal Volcano. I arrived on a Thursday and left the next day, even though it was a quick trip, I truly enjoyed it.
I left San Jose in the…Continue
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Stay at a Peninsula hotel where Rolls-Royce Phantoms rule
The Peninsula family of hotels, of which the Hong Kong Peninsula is the Grand Dame, also includes…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on December 27, 2011 at 10:13am — No Comments
More than a hundred countries reside in the map of the world, among them a small country with 147,181 sq km area which has been locked between the two gigantic countries i.e. China and India from all sides. Yet it has managed to have a unique topography where he place i.e. 65 m above the sea level to the…Continue
Added by Sabin Basnet on December 26, 2011 at 10:01am — No Comments
For generations on Christmas Eve, the bells from atop the Church of the Nativity have signaled the start of the Christmas Day celebration. Located in Israel south of Jerusalem, the Church of the Nativity is above the cave where the Jesus was born. The Door of Humanity, by which people enter the church, is so low that everyone must bow to enter. It was lowered from the original door during Ottoman times so that horsemen would have to dismount before entering the holy place. The Grotto of the…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on December 25, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Dieses Highlight sollte man auf keinen Fall verpassen. Die costaricanischen Stierkämpfe in Playa Sámara starten am 28. Dezember 2011 bis zum Finale am…Continue
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In Bethlehem, Israel, beneath the Church of the Nativity is the Grotto of the Nativity, where Jesus was born. The rectangular cavern beneath the church is entered by a flight of steps near the church altar. The cave has been honored as the site of Christ's birth…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on December 24, 2011 at 10:25am — No Comments
How We Make Travel Decisions
At some point or other someone is always gazing into a crystal ball predicting the future of the travel industry
It's understandable given the tremendous impact, say, mobile has had in the travel space, or the daily emergence of new sites that offer interesting new search processes.
The leaves are gone, snow is coming – for sure. Do you wish you were going some place warmer? If so, consider Lake Charles, Louisiana in Southwest Louisiana. The weather is warm and so is Louisiana hospitality. Lake…Continue
Added by Sandra & John Scott on December 23, 2011 at 8:55am — No Comments
One striking feature of traveling down Route 301 about an hour after crossing the Delaware border into Maryland is that all vestiges of suburbia like strip development and shopping centers recede into wide open fields and miles of undisturbed forest. Partially due to the fact that I was headed out here in November to experience the…Continue
Dec 15th, 2011.
Jardin del Eden Hotel, Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica
Things to do in Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica
Summer time delivers with it warmth and mugginess. The time of year also provides the chance for heat weary folks to…
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Enjoy Palma Real: An all-inclusive beach resort on the Honduran mainland
Located only 30-minutes from La Ceiba on the road to Trujillo, Palma Real is a first class all-inclusive beach resort. The setting is breathtaking with the long sandy beach and ocean in front and the green mountains at the back. Truly a tropical paradise.Continue
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