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Secrets For Avoiding Vacation Rental Blunders

Secrets For Avoiding Vacation Rental Blunders

What Should You Ask When Renting Your Next Vacation Home? Have you surfed the internet looking for the perfect vacation home rental for a friend gathering or family vacation?? A home right on the beach, with enough bedrooms to accompany your guests and located within walking distance to the nearby restaurants and shops? With today’s […]

July 3, 2012 | By | Reply More
A Single Traveler’s Guide To Paris

A Single Traveler’s Guide To Paris

The Singles Guide to Surviving Paris, the City of Love It always struck me as particularly one-sided to regard Paris as the domain of lovers, as little more than a love nest with a big tower and lights.  Paris may be the ultimate honeymoon destination, but it is also a haven for singles interested in […]

July 2, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Hong Kong Trip Report – Why Hong Kong Remains An Intriguing Destination

Hong Kong Trip Report – Why Hong Kong Remains An Intriguing Destination

Why Hong Kong remains one of my top travel destinations. For me, Hong Kong is the perfect getaway destination. Besides the city’s flawless and mesmerizing scenery – it was a place I could go to escape the pressures and demands of Western culture. I can honestly say it’s a place where you can lose yourself […]

June 29, 2012 | By | 4 Replies More
5 Ways To Have A Great Time In Branson Missouri

5 Ways To Have A Great Time In Branson Missouri

Branson Missouri is a small town offering big time fun.  Here are five ways to have a great vacation in Branson. When you think of the top tourist locations in America, what do you think of? Obviously, I can’t speak for you, but when I ask myself that question, I think of New York City, […]

June 27, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Urban Jungle Adventures – 5 Sizzling City Break Destinations

Urban Jungle Adventures – 5 Sizzling City Break Destinations

Consider a city break this year to make your summer vacation sizzle with exciting activities. Most people travel in summer to get away from it all. They want to be close to nature, by the ocean, or in the mountains, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and modern communications. But while city […]

June 26, 2012 | By | Reply More
Put A Dash of Salt in Your Trip to South America

Put A Dash of Salt in Your Trip to South America

When planning a trip to South-America, no one should miss the chance to see the world’s largest salt-flat, “Salar de Uyuni” – the stunning salt-desert located in Boliva’s Potosi region. Most offered trips take three to four days, as this area is packed with other spectacular sites, as well as the 10 meters thick salt […]

June 25, 2012 | By | Reply More
Planning One Unforgettable Day In Anchorage Alaska

Planning One Unforgettable Day In Anchorage Alaska

Most travelers to Alaska find themselves flying in or out of Anchorage or as a stop on a cruise ship itinerary.  Here’s how to plan One  Unforgettable Day in Anchorage Alaska. Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska, with over 290k residents. The city is a wonderful mix of a bustling downtown city scene and […]

June 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
My Vote For Best Restaurant In Jerusalem

My Vote For Best Restaurant In Jerusalem

I love to eat good food.  One of my favorite styles of cuisine is Arabic.  Cous-cous, hummus, lamb, roasted potatoes, tabouli, kafta, kibbeh, and more are among my favorites.  The spices are delicious, the meals well prepared, and for the most part, healthy. If you like this style of food, one of the most outstanding […]

June 21, 2012 | By | 2 Replies More
When Trouble Strikes, What Can Consulate Services and The Embassy Do For You?

When Trouble Strikes, What Can Consulate Services and The Embassy Do For You?

No one likes to think about turmoil, natural disasters and accidents while traveling, but when the unexpected happens, it’s important to know about Consulate Services, where to get help, and what your Embassy can do for you. If you’re traveling abroad, make sure you have the numbers for your native embassy or consulate office. These […]

June 19, 2012 | By | Reply More
Brewskies and Breakfasts – BnBs Along the Vermont Brewers Trail

Brewskies and Breakfasts – BnBs Along the Vermont Brewers Trail

Here’s the making for a perfect New Engalnd getaway – pause for brewskies and breakfasts at great bed and breakfasts along the Vermont Brewers Trail Looking to beat the heat? A frosty mug of your favorite ale might just do the trick. Whether you’re savoring a pint on the patio, at a BBQ, in a […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
An Unexpected Passion For London Musicals

An Unexpected Passion For London Musicals

I’d always been told that a visit to London isn’t complete without seeing a show. I couldn’t understand why so many friends were so keen on “theatre shows”, by which they meant, musicals. I always thought they weren’t for me. That has all changed. The drama snob My idea of an exciting theatre trip had […]

June 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
Guide To The Many Charms of Leeds England

Guide To The Many Charms of Leeds England

Let us guide you to Leeds, a lovely community in West Yorkshire, a full 200 miles north of London and about 40 miles northeast of Manchester. Historically, Leeds was a market town that emerged as one of the centers for the wool trade, and you’ll find tastes of culture and architecture from the Middle Ages […]

June 13, 2012 | By | Reply More
My Glorious, Glutinous, Gastronomic New York Getaway

My Glorious, Glutinous, Gastronomic New York Getaway

New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town….and is it ever! I have come to New York in order to participate in a splendid dinner being prepared at the James Beard House by the Culinary Guild of New England of which I am a member.

June 8, 2012 | By | Reply More
Cash Strapped in Bergen – A Budget Friendly Guide to Bergen

Cash Strapped in Bergen – A Budget Friendly Guide to Bergen

Cash Strapped in Bergen:  A guide to things to do on a budget in the “Gateway to the Fjords” One of Norway’s most charming cities, Bergen, is a place for hikers, history buffs, gastronomes and jazz lovers. Surrounded by the Seven Mountains, the city provides an easy escape in places like Ulriken (the highest nearby […]

June 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
San Andrés Island – Undiscovered Gem of the Caribbean

San Andrés Island – Undiscovered Gem of the Caribbean

The Caribbean is a much-travelled region and for some it might seem that it’s too touristy and overcrowded. But there are still some gems to be discovered. One of the pearls in the Caribbean Sea is San Andrés. The archipelago, consisting of the islands San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, has everything to offer that […]

June 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
A Guide To Dog Friendly San Francisco

A Guide To Dog Friendly San Francisco

A Dog Lover’s Essential Guide to San Francisco Have you been thinking about taking a road trip and taking your dog along for the ride?   Consider a visit to the San Francisco Bay Area, where there are plenty of canine-friendly attractions to enjoy together. According to a recent article in USA Today, there are […]

June 1, 2012 | By | Reply More
Essential Guide To The Best Paris Wine Bars

Essential Guide To The Best Paris Wine Bars

5 Top Wine Bars of Paris Paris is a great hub for a range of clubs and bars. Many Parisians visit local bars and cafes to meet their friends and enjoy the city nightlife. Most of the city monuments and roads remain illuminated throughout the night and many tourists prefer to take part in midnight […]

May 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
Top 5 Las Vegas Activities To Do Before You Die

Top 5 Las Vegas Activities To Do Before You Die

Add Even More Pizazz To Your Vegas Vacation With These Top 5 Things to Do in Vegas Before You Die Las Vegas is the stuff of legends. It’s the City of Sin. It’s the set of “The Hangover.” What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. So, if you’re looking to let loose and have an […]

May 30, 2012 | By | 2 Replies More
Berlin’s Extraordinary, Ever-Changing Art Scene

Berlin’s Extraordinary, Ever-Changing Art Scene

The Berlin Art Scene has been a revelation in recent years as the place to be to find the most ground-breaking artists and galleries exhibiting their work in many of the city’s districts. Things are changing slowly but surely however, with the once funkier, run-down districts being gentrified and forcing the galleries that made them […]

May 29, 2012 | By | Reply More
Guide to Mauritius – One of the Most Beautiful Islands on Earth

Guide to Mauritius – One of the Most Beautiful Islands on Earth

A Beginners Guide To Mauritius – One of the Most Beautiful Islands on Earth Mauritius is a beautiful island located in the Indian Ocean. Just miles from the coastline of Madagascar, Mauritius boasts a warm and tropical climate year round. Mauritius is a popular tourism destination for romantic getaways, honeymoons, and family vacations spent relaxing […]

May 28, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More