Vegas has become Dog-Friendly. Here’s Where to Find The Best Pet Friendly Hotels in Las Vegas.
Taking your dog with you to Las Vegas is no longer a traveler’s dream, it’s a reality. More than a hundred Las Vegas hotels, since 2011, have added dog-friendly services to their already extensive list of amenities. Massages for your four-legged friend, plush beds, personalized water bowls, mouth-watering menus and easy to access dog-walking services have made Las Vegas one of the most pet-friendly destinations in the US.
Hawaii is a diver’s ultimate dream come true. From the Big Island to Oahu, Maui, Molokai and Kauai, meet a group of exquisite and beautifully-lush islands with no requirement of a passport to travel to for US citizens. With a perfect geographical location of 2500 miles from the closest continental landmass, it is one of the world’s most remote Archipelagos. This isolation from the rest of the world could only mean one thing: you get to share the sea with endemic and rare species.
Some of the top scuba sites you will not want to miss out in your scuba trip include:
Fall is right around the corner. Soon warm summer breezes will give way to crisp autumn air and the season’s harvest will reach its peak, yielding delicious fresh produce. BnBFinder has paired exceptional orchard destinations with beautiful bed & breakfasts and inns to create unforgettable autumn getaways. So take advantage of the small window of time for leaf-peeping and apple-picking this fall and visit some of these outstanding local farms.
So you’ve decided to visit the Lion City – the cosmopolitan metropolis that has so much to offer for visiting travellers. Get off the typical tourist trail and experience Singapore on a more personal level. Just so you don’t waste your time standing in line with the other toursits, here’s what NOT to do, and what TO DO instead in Singapore.
Discovering The Best Kept Secret Activities of Atlanta
If you live in or have ever traveled to Atlanta, you likely know about attractions such as the Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field, the High Museum of Art, the CNN Center, the Atlanta Zoo, and Piedmont Park. You probably don’t know, however, about the vast array of other activities that are home to this charming southern city. Atlanta has a hidden collection of activities for those who are sick of seeing the same tourist traps time and time again.
Yard sales are one of the best ways to bring in a little extra cash or find a hidden treasure. Did you know that the late singer Marvin Gaye’s passport was recently found in a vinyl album cover bought at a yard sale?
While most yard sales only span the width of a single yard, some go the whole nine yards and beyond, stretching 100 miles or more! Many BnBFinder inns are located along these lengthy routes, providing comfortable lodging and delicious food amidst all the bargains you are sure to come across.
Whether you’re passing through a national park on the way to your grandparents’ house or your road trip is your vacation, there is no end to the wonders you can see out on the open road.
Here are six of North America’s little-known, but most intriguing sights, perfect for either a day of sightseeing on a cross-country trip or as your primary vacation destination.
Top Free Things To Do In Paris
Paris is one of the most popular capital cities in Europe, drawing travelers from all over the world. It has always been known to be an expensive city, but there are also many things that you can do for free. So steer away from the super chic cafes and designer fashion boutiques and take in some of the many free attractions that define this elegant city. Here’s our list of the best sites and activities that are Free in Paris:
Wherever we roam, whether it be on a roadtrip across the USA, backpacking through Europe, or sitting on a beach in the Caribbean, a cold beer at the end of the day is a must. Here’s a look at the surprising price differences in beer around the world. Can you guess where the most expensive beer is served?…. Or where you can party all night for a pittance? The answers may surprise you!
Which Outer Banks Town Is Perfect For You? Here’s a look at 5 of the Barrier Islands’ tiny towns to see which one best fits YOUR vacation personality.
Whether you like to spend your vacation bouncing around from one excitement to the next, or you prefer to hide away from the world and immerse yourself in nature, look no further than the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where there is a little something to suit everyone.