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From Here To Infinity – Sensational Infinity Pool Vacation Rentals

From Here To Infinity – Sensational Infinity Pool Vacation Rentals

Chase your winter blues away, with a blues immersion of a completely different kind! Ease your body and soul into an incredibly seductive aqua-blue infinity pool, imagining that you can gaze out on this mesmerizing oceanfront scene forever.

Well, all this can be yours for at least an unforgettable vacation stay if not forever. We’ve found perhaps the most inviting infinity pool vacation rentals imaginable that are all just a few hours flight away.

January 29, 2015 | By More
Trendy Tastes of Peru – Discover What Top Chefs Already Know

Trendy Tastes of Peru – Discover What Top Chefs Already Know

Peruvian food has become the latest trend in cuisine, carving out its own niche in high-end restaurants across the world. But fancy eateries aren’t the only places dishing up Peruvian food—take-out restaurants serving Peruvian chicken are common in the U.S., and Peru’s ancient quinoa grain is soaring in popularity appearing in recipes on Pinterest and in grocery stores from Pittsburgh to Paris.

Here is a list of some of the tastiest foods you can only get in Peru (for now), and where you can find them.

January 26, 2015 | By More
Australia Day Is An Unforgettable Time To Visit Downunder

Australia Day Is An Unforgettable Time To Visit Downunder

Why visiting Australia during Australia Day Celebrations is an unforgettable experience:

Every year on January 26th, Australia celebrates a national holiday to commemorate the first arrival of British Ships to Port Jackson, New South Wales in 1778. Termed ‘Australia Day’, this annual event is an opportunity for small and large events to take place around the country, from beach parties to parades with everything in between, including concerts, sports and fireworks.

January 23, 2015 | By More
Eastern Europe in Winter Will Amaze You

Eastern Europe in Winter Will Amaze You

Eastern Europe in winter offers something different that will amaze you. Europe is an amazing continent to explore, regardless of the weather conditions. The museums, the history, the different cultures, the food, and ultimately, the people, should be enough to convince you that this territory it worth seeing. Packed with hidden attractions, puzzling landscapes and […]

January 21, 2015 | By More
Jaw Dropping 2-for-1 Airfare Sale To Italy by Emirates Airline – Hurry!

Jaw Dropping 2-for-1 Airfare Sale To Italy by Emirates Airline – Hurry!

Emirates Airlines has announced an unbelievable sale for flights from JFK to Milan, Italy – with prices so low you will probably never see a sale like this again!!  Emirates is offering two airline tickets for the price of one when tickets are purchased by June 22, 2015.  That means two tickets from $799 in […]

January 20, 2015 | By More
Can Travelers Now Bring Cuban Cigars Into the USA?

Can Travelers Now Bring Cuban Cigars Into the USA?

Yes, travelers returning from Cuba can now bring up to $100 worth of alcohol and tobacco into the United States. With the new U.S. government regulations easing restrictions for travel between the United States and Cuba, travelers can enjoy easier travel to the island of Cuba and can return home with some of Cuba’s most revered products – cigars and rum. You should be aware that these products may not be resold in the United States.

January 19, 2015 | By More
5 Inviting Country Inn Ski Getaways In The Northeast

5 Inviting Country Inn Ski Getaways In The Northeast

The Best of Northeast Skiing Country Inn Getaways

One of the best perks of winter in the Northeast is ski season and all the great chances to get out and play in the snow. Whether you prefer cross-country or downhill skiing, romantic sleigh rides or just sitting in the lodge by the fire with your drink of choice, ski trips are something everyone looks forward to. Here are some terrific country inns that make a perfect place to stay while you hit the slopes this winter.

January 14, 2015 | By More
Top Festivals in the Philippines for 2015

Top Festivals in the Philippines for 2015

Top 10 Philippine Festivals to Anticipate in 2015

It’s more fun in the Philippines. This saying is not only the government’s official tourism slogan, but also the truth; the many festivals all around the country are proof of this. These celebrations – colorful and lively displays, parades and performers, and a great amount of food – are mostly based on Philippine history, cultural traditions, and feasts of the Catholic faith. Therefore, they are deeply rooted in the nation’s identity and aren’t just empty merrymaking.

January 12, 2015 | By More
An Unforgettable Journey – Great Barrier Reef Trip Report

An Unforgettable Journey – Great Barrier Reef Trip Report

When I decided to visit the Great Barrier Reef the last summer, I had a lot of expectations and, believe it or not, during a week-long stay they all were met and I enjoyed it even more that I could have imagined. It was a rather good idea that I spent weeks prior to the big trip reading Australia Top 10 Lists online, charting out my stay. A lifetime would not be enough to see and do all you want to in the Great Barrier Reef area – there are approx 2,900 reefs and 900 islands, so you can only see a few on your brief holiday

January 9, 2015 | By More
Three Stories Inn, Saybrook CT – Bring The Whole Family

Three Stories Inn, Saybrook CT – Bring The Whole Family

Discover the story behind the historic Three Stories at the Saybrook Point Inn.

This stately Victorian Italianate was originally built in 1892 by William Vars, a train engineer who brought visitors from Hartford to vacation on the Connecticut shore. The home fell into dilapidation when owned years later by Marie Clark. Stephen Tagilatela would walk past the grand house every day and watch the house crumble. Wanting to restore the home and maintain the history, Stephen purchased the house and renovations began on The Stories.

January 5, 2015 | By More
Saybrook Point Inn, CT – One Destination, Two Sensational Inns

Saybrook Point Inn, CT – One Destination, Two Sensational Inns

With holiday stress is behind us, now is time to relax and rejuvenate for the New Year, and we’ve found the perfect place for a mid-winter indulgence, the Saybrook Point Inn in Connecticut. The Inn is located between the Connecticut River and Long Island Sound with one of the most breath-taking views in Connecticut. You’ll feel the warmth and hospitality the minute you walk through the doors. For more than 25 years, the Inn has been owned and operated by the Tagliatela family, where attention to detail and customer service are exceptional.

January 5, 2015 | By More
A Memorable Experience – Cooking For New Friends While Traveling

A Memorable Experience – Cooking For New Friends While Traveling

The French word for “buddy” (“mate”) is “copain”: the person you share your bread with. When you’re traveling, you often meet people and ask for their advice, assistance, sometimes they will even offer you a place to stay for a few days. In many countries, hospitality is an obligation, and people you’ve never known before will do all they can to help you, just because they feel it’s something they have to do. And as for you, you feel obligated and perhaps grateful beyond words. So…. you can just go to the next supermarket (or the next bookstore) and buy them a present just to show how much you appreciated their attitude. But there’s also something better you might want to try… cook for them!

December 31, 2014 | By More
Chicago Winter Family Fun – Great Acitivies For Young and Old

Chicago Winter Family Fun – Great Acitivies For Young and Old

Chicago has no shortage of things to do in all seasons, from the Adler Planetarium to the Willis Tower Skydeck to the new Maggie Daley Park, visitors to Chicago can enjoy a wide variety of activities indoors and out. And this vibrant city is always improving and adding new experiences. Here are some of the newest and most popular attractions for winter fun in Chicago:

December 27, 2014 | By More
What’s New On The London Theatre Scene for 2015

What’s New On The London Theatre Scene for 2015

Ever since the Olympics (I know that is old news but stick with me) London’s Theatreland has had a newer fresher feel to it.

There were a lot of shows that were hanging around a bit for no other reason than they could. But in 2012 many shows that were not cutting the ice closed and some others that just came in to town to reap the rewards of an Olympic year, rightly disappeared into obscurity! Since then visitors to London have enjoyed a plethora of new and exciting productions.

December 19, 2014 | By More
Best Places To Celebrate New Year’s Eve For A Great Fresh Start

Best Places To Celebrate New Year’s Eve For A Great Fresh Start

Start Fresh With The Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in the USA.

It’s that time of year again – time to make some New Year’s resolutions, with the hopes of keeping them! We’re sharing some of our favorite New Year’s Eve celebrations and traditions that will have you looking forward to 2015.

December 17, 2014 | By More
Top Adventure Activities in Puerto Vallarta Mexico

Top Adventure Activities in Puerto Vallarta Mexico

Puerto Vallarta offers more than a day at the beach – Top Adventure Activities To Spice Up Your Next Vacation In Puerto Vallarta.

Enchanting Mexican architecture, lush green vistas, eco-adventures and uncrowded beaches will capture your heart in this seductive hideaway. Puerto Vallarta is more than just colourful markets, sumptuous cuisines, a dazzling nightlife but more about the secluded nature trails. If you have the adventure bone in you then make sure to visit Puerto Vallarta to enjoy different variety of activities. Some of them are here listed below to give you a sneak peak.

December 15, 2014 | By More
See The World’s Largest Gingerbread Village in New York City This Holiday Season

See The World’s Largest Gingerbread Village in New York City This Holiday Season

Visiting Gingerbread Lane at the New York Hall of Science is a sweet treat!

The New York Hall of Science (www.nysci.org) is one of three locations hosting the Guinness World Record-holding Gingerbread Village with the theme of “Tale of Three Cities” this year. New York Hall of Science is located in Flushing, NY at the Flushing Meadow Park. The elaborate custom crafted gingerbread city is being shown at New York Hall of Science in Queens, The Algonquin Hotel Times Square, Manhattan, and The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.

December 10, 2014 | By More
Getting To Know The Culture and Traditions of Turkey

Getting To Know The Culture and Traditions of Turkey

Go Beyond The Tourist Sites and Find A Traditional Experience in Turkey

There’s plenty to see and do in Turkey. We all know about the famous Blue Mosque, the gorgeous cascading Pammaluke terraces, and incredible views of Cappadocia. These are on your list, but what about getting to know the traditional things of the country a bit more? Here are a few extra things to add to your travel list so you’re experiencing more than just the mainstream sites of Turkey.

December 3, 2014 | By More
Where To Experience Aboriginal Sites and Communities in Australia

Where To Experience Aboriginal Sites and Communities in Australia

Experience Ancient Australia by Sharing Time with Aborigines.

Australia’s vastness and natural beauty offers seemingly endless options for vacation destinations but none offer a more mystifying experience or cultural connection than sharing time with Aborigines. Over 6 million people a year spend vacation time interacting with Aboriginal culture. These fortunate people realize that Aboriginal beauty doesn’t solely reside in remote, hot, dry and dusty locales. They also see current day Australia and are simultaneously chaperoned back through time to feel an ancient Australia, held sacred by its oldest inhabitants. Here are some of the best places to enjoy the gifts that Aborigines want to show the world, which will make their home ten times more meaningful to you.

December 3, 2014 | By More
8 Secret Getaway Spots For Travelers in Busy Barcelona

8 Secret Getaway Spots For Travelers in Busy Barcelona

8 Secret Getaway Spaces for Visiting Barcelona

Don’t be afraid to call yourself a tourist, it is not a bad word. There is nothing wrong with indulging yourself in the chaotically long queues to see the world’s most famous sights, in fact, you’ll regret it if you don’t. However, there will come a time when you will want to escape to find peace and quiet and more out of the way sites. Here I will share with you my 8 secret getaway spaces that kept me going during my time in Barcelona.

December 1, 2014 | By More