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  • A Backpack For Every Need  By : Rudy Faruch
    A backpack is for all seasons and for all activities. Before you hit the market to buy a backpack, keep in mind several things that you may consider for your final decision. Some of the factors that you should look upon are the design, the price, the material used, the size, or perhaps the brand name.
  • Seeing Cleveland  By : Dwayne Shepperd
    Cleveland is in the state of Ohio right next to Lake Erie. You won't be short of activities if you decide to visit. There are all kinds of events, festivals and attractions.
  • Kids in Cars - An Enjoyable Trip Ahead  By : Joshua Tamate
    If you’re planning to take the family over the river and through the woods, make sure you plant to entertain your youngest crew members. Avoid the notorious “are we there” conversation by packing games and activities to keep your children entertained.
  • A Few Must Sees On Your Berlin Itinerary  By : Rufus Fitzgerlad
    The capital of Germany, Berlin has a rich history. It is strewn with sites of significant historical events, and a great deal of architectural grandeur. There are many things to do and see in Berlin that include eating, entertainment, drinking and sightseeing. If you are going to Berlin for sightseeing, there are five things you must not miss.
  • Hawaii Vacation - Best Accommodations on the Hawaii islands  By : M. Matchev
    Most tourist areas in Hawaii are on the leeward and south sides of the islands. Although winter rains are known, tourist areas never get any rain. The biggest wet vacation area is the Princeville on Kauai. Rainy nights are quite frequent here and days also see a little rain. Each of the Hawaiian island have something to offer.
  • Bankok - Thailand Hot Spots  By : M. Matchev
    Bangkok is a beautiful mix of the old and the new, the modern and the ancient evident from its skyline that comprises of Buddhist temples (wats), luxury hotels, high-rise office buildings and shopping malls making it a kaleidoscope.
  • Vacation Living: Understanding Timeshare Maintenance Fees  By : Chris Robertson
    Learn all about timeshare maintenance fees, including why they are necessary and how they can save you time and money for the long haul.
  • Brussels Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    The city of Brussels is the capital city of Belgium and is a modern city that is rich in medieval and art-nouveau buildings. Brussels is steeped in rich history with plenty of museums and galleries and a pulsating cultural life.
  • Bruges Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Bruges, Belgium, from the Norse word 'Bryggja' meaning “mooring place,” is one of the three regions and the capital of Flanders. Bruges has a population of over 100,000 and covers an area of approximately 138 km. This historic city, with its natural link to the sea, became a commercial center for European trade in early medieval times, as the harbor filled with ships carrying wool, grain, and wine.
  • Bouillon Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Bouillon is a city that is situated in the province of Luxembourg, in the western section of Belgium. A small city and part of the Neufchateau district, Bouillon has a relatively small population numbering just over 5,000 individuals.
  • Visiting the Japanese Home  By : Tom Takihi
    So, you plan to visit a Japanese home? Well, before you do such you must first learn the etiquette in Japanese homes. The Japanese home culture revolves around three values: courtesy, cleanliness, and graciousness. Learning to apply these values whether in the Japanese context or not benefits you no
  • The Charm of Kitakyushu  By : Tom Takihi
    Moji, Tobata, Wakamatsu and Yawata. Not as well-known to tourists as the bigger cities like Tokyo, the city of Kitakyushu preserves its’ natural beauty amidst clear blue seas and lush, green mountains. This peculiar blending of beauty, modernity and relative anonymity makes up the city’s charm.
  • Kawasaki: A True Must-See  By : Tom Takihi
    Looking for a travel destination in Japan? You need not search further as Kawasaki City in Japan could give you all you’re looking for in a place and more.
  • Barvaux-sur-Ourthe Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Barvaux-sur-Ourthe, also known as Barvaux, is a city that is part of the province of Luxembourg. The province of Luxembourg consists of five different districts: the Arlon District, Bastogne District, the Marche-en-Famenne District, the Neufchâteau District and the Virton District.
  • Antwerp Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Antwerp is the second largest city of Belgium. The capital city of the province of Antwerp, it is also the second largest harbor in Europe after Rotterdam. It is a leading commercial center famous for cutting, trading and polishing of diamonds.
  • Kidding With Kids  By : Anil Gupta
    A kid will love to hunt elephants in an asphalt jungle or even to fly the sky in the Jumping Castle, or splash into sparkling waters from the Dragon Slide.
  • Six Types of Timeshares: Choosing a Timeshare that’s Right for You  By : Chris Robertson
    Before you buy a timeshare, know your options. There are many types of timeshares available today. Learn about these timeshare options, and how you can choose the timeshare that's right for you.
  • Gent Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Gent, also known as Ghent, is an incredibly popular destination in Belgium. The word “Gent” is actually the Dutch spelling for the city of “Ghent” and the two terms are often used interchangeably. Gent is filled with exciting things to see and do and travellers will not be disappointed by the recreational offerings in Gent.
  • Genk Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Genk, a city in Belgium, is part of the Limburg province. Other cities contained within the province of Limburg include Hasselt: As, Beringen, Diepenbeek, Gingelom, Halen, Ham, Hasselt, Herk-de-Stad, Heusden-Zolder, Leopoldsburg, Lummen, Nieuwerkerken, Opglabbeek, Sint-Truiden, Tessenderlo, Zonhoven, and Zutendaal.
  • Wintering In Vienna  By : Anil Gupta
    Vienna has beautiful skiing resorts in its vicinity. It is hard to imagine in Vienna that snowy peaks are one hours drive away but that’s all it takes to get to Semmering, traditional fresh air spot for the city. Semmering can be crowded of course but its homey atmosphere and wide selection of winter sports make up for it.
  • Tourist's Comforts - Hotels  By : Anil Gupta
    Whether one comes to Barcelona as a tourist, for business reasons or in order to attend a Spanish course, there are many different ways to stay in Barcelona.
  • Knokke-Heist Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Nestled on the North Eastern coastline; Knokke-Heist in Belgium draw thousands of tourists every year. Knokke-Heist is revered for its splendid beaches, its historic landmarks, its stunning countryside scenes, its panoramic views, and is a city that lies very near the Dutch border.
  • Royal Plaza - Placa Reial  By : Anil Gupta
    The Plaça Reial is characterized by his architecture and its disposition as a court, with porches that lodge very calm terraces. The square has a central fountain and palms that provide very enjoyable shade during the evening.
  • 5 Smart Reasons to Buy a Hassle-Free, Economic Timeshare  By : Chris Robertson
    Learn five smart reasons to buy a timeshare, and discover the benefits of owning a timeshare.
  • Leuven Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Leuven (Louvain in French) is a university town and the capital city of the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. The Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Catholic Univeristy of Leuven) is the oldest catholic univeristy in the world.
  • Kortrijk Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Kortrijk, also referred to as Courtrai, is a historical city situated in West Flanders in Belgium. Positioned on the Lys River, Kortrijk was first established by the Romans under the name of Cortoriacum.
  • Modernism In Vienna  By : Anil Gupta
    The Austrian capital blends between old and new like no other city in the world. Within this fascinating Viennese metropolis holiday makers can witness a cityscape of both tradition and modern times. There is no better example to be found in Vienna than the modern glass Haas House building that stands opposite the St. Stephen’s cathedral.
  • Your Travel and Holiday Money Options  By : Nicholas Hunt
    With summer finally getting into full swing, many of us will be looking forward to travelling abroad for a well earned holiday. Of course, you'll need access to cash while you're away, so what are the cheapest, safest, and most convenient ways of arranging your travel money?
  • Mechelen Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Mechelen is very nearby Brussels, another popular city in Belgium. Mechelen possesses a rich history that can be understood and enjoyed by its existing architecture—Mechelen is a city full of historical cathedrals, towers, parks and site seeing opportunities.
  • Namur Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Namur is the capital of Wallonia, the French speaking southern part of Belgium. It is also the most important town in the province of Namur. This place of historic interest is situated 60 km south-east of Brussels, Belgium’s capital city.
  • Spa Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    The little town of Spa with a population of less than 11000 is a city of many distinctions. It is located in the Belgian province of Liège. People who live in Spa are proud of their little town because it has been acknowledged with many “firsts” in the world. It is Europe’s oldest health resort. It is the world’s first casino. No prizes for guessing that the word “spa” in English originates from this place in Belgium.
  • Oostende Tourist Information  By : Meredith
    Originally a small fishing village, the city of Oostende received its city charter in the 13th century and now has a population of 91,000 people, the largest population on the Belgian coast. Set half way along the 40 mile Belgian coastline, it became popular as a resort in the 19th century, when Kings Leopold I and II spent their summers there. During World War II the city was badly bombed.
  • Water Lover's Paradise  By : Anil Gupta
    Barcelona is a holiday maker’s paradise with innumerable possibilities for activities. The city’s cultural agenda offers a large variety of shows, popular festivals, theatre, dance, music, opera, flamenco and exhibitions.
  • Lodger's Paradise Guide  By : Anil Gupta
    Paris laid claim to some 2,000 hotels - with about 80,000 rooms - spread across its 20 districts. They range from the Ritz and the Crillon to joint which is very repellent. Most visitors come to Paris in July and August.
  • The Vacationer's Destination  By : Anil Gupta
    Paris, France is one of the most captivating cities in Europe, and vacationer to this wonderful city will find that things to see and do are almost inexhaustible. Known as the ‘City of Light’, the beauty of Paris is awe-inspiring and architectural and creative heritage join to make any visit an cherished experience.
  • Staying In London  By : Anil Gupta
    Visit to London can be a very enjoyable experience. One has to plan ahead for it and budget the stay in such a way that one gets to do all the things one had planned to do when in London.
  • Truly London Guide  By : Anil Gupta
    Since the 18th century England has been the cultural center of Europe. What they thought was lacking in their cultural heritage, the British imported through study travels abroad, the grand tour, or just by importing important artifacts.
  • Dan Brown's - Paris  By : Anil Gupta
    Dan Brown’s mystical thriller has set off a mini-industry in Parisian travel, with enthralled readers touring the locations in its plot to unravel its enigmas.
  • 4 Types of Transportation For Travelers to Paris  By : Sammy Ho
    Traveling in a new place is usually not an easy task. It would be much better to utilize your traveling time more efficiently if you could have a more understanding on the transportation facilities of your destination. This article introduces four types of transportation facilities in Paris which gives travelers to have a more in-depth understanding on Paris’s transportation services.
  • An Introduction to Bulgaria - a diverse country of diverse people  By : computerincome
    Bulgaria offers a diverse range of countryside from majestic snow capped mountains, to flat plains, rolling fields and sandy beaches and its people are just as diverse. Do not restrict yourself to lying on the beach, go out and explore the real Bulgaria.
  • Science Museum - La Cite Des Sciences Et De L'Industrie  By : Anil Gupta
    Situated on a large urban renewal site devoted to culture and leisure, Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie was completed in 1986 with a mandate to educate visitors about science and technology.
  • Paris For The Fittest  By : Anil Gupta
    The tourist visiting Paris can be a rookie or traveled veteran, he/she should not be weighed down with mind-bending dates and boring stories.
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  • Southern Silk & Spices  By : Annie Jones
    Mumbai - Hyderabad - Bangalore - Mysore - Cochin - Kumarakom - Chennai (11 Nights / 12 Days) holiday tour package.
  • Midweek Offers at Epping Essex England UK  By : Budget Accommodation in Epping UK
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  • Staying In Amsterdam  By : Rahul viz
    No matter whether one travels on business or leisure there are plenty of hotels in Amsterdam. From cheap Amsterdam hotels to luxury accommodation in Amsterdam, one can find everything. The choice is unlimited.
  • Many Facets of Amsterdam  By : Rahul viz
    The city of Amsterdam has many different faces, which it shows at different times. Known by all to be the cultural capitol of Holland and having, with its beautiful canals running through the city centre.
  • 10 Must-Know Travelers Tips to Hong Kong  By : Sammy Ho
    Hong Kong is an international city and it has vast number of tourists come from all over the world in all year round. According to the Hong Kong Government statistics, the number of international tourists visited Hong Kong in 2005 reaches 10.8 million which represents a 13.1% increase when compared to 2004. Countries such as Australia, Canada, French, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Korean, Thailand, British and United States all contributes significant tourist growth for Hong Kong. This article presents some critical traveler tips for tourists so that you could enjoy more and have a wonderful trip to Hong Kong.
  • Sightseers Joy  By : Rahul viz
    Amsterdam is one of the world’s best hangouts, a place where a person can immerse himself/herself in history, in art, in the head of a beer or a self-rolled smokestack.
  • Canada Accommodation, Vacation Homes and Holiday Rentals  By : M. Matchev
    Planning your vacation in Canada can be very easy and low budget considering a host of vacation rentals and private accommodation available across the most sought after tourist destinations. Many vacation rentals offer a choice of vacation homes, condos, villas, and cabins to meet various needs and tastes of the vacationers.
  • Turkey Holiday Rentals and Vacation Homes  By : M. Matchev
    Vacationers coming to Turkey, especially the ones who return year after year have an option to cut their costs by avoiding expensive hotels and using vacation rentals in the form a Turkey villa, condo, farmhouse, cottage, apartment, hotel or even a Turkish castle as per their needs and requirements.
  • Hawaii Vacation Accommodation and Lodging  By : M. Matchev
    A vacation to Hawaii can be truly memorable and highly cost saving if planned well in advance and with proper care. Hotels in Hawaii can be expensive and one could spend a fortune on them. There are other options that can provide a family or a group with better accommodation.
  • Disney Vacation Rentals and Holiday Homes in Florida  By : M. Matchev
    Hotels always come across to be trifle expensive on the agenda whenever you travel irrespective of the destination. The alternative is: Disney vacation rentals and holiday homes in Florida offer far cheaper rates than most hotels.
  • Malta - Timeshare Reps Tamed  By : Malta
    European holiday destination visitors are often confronted in their resort by timeshare reps, and for some it can spoil a hard earned break.

    Malta is leading the fight to reclaim the streets for the tourist...
  • BEACH BUMMIING  By : Rahul viz
    Fancy a sunny day out at the beach? Well, if you’re in Amsterdam, you don’t have to travel out to Zandvoort or Bloemendaal any more. Amsterdam is quite well-off in the trendy beaches sector.
  • NATURE LOVER’S PARADISE  By : Rahul viz
    For the nature lover there is always something to see in the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam. The botanical garden in Amsterdam started in the 17th century. It is still a nice, green place to spend some time.
  • Stirling City guide, including Stirling Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Known as the “gateway to the Highlands,” Stirling is Scotland’s
    youngest city, yet also steeped in some of the country’s most colourful
    and glorious history. Situated on the River Forth, 40 minutes from
    Glasgow and 50 minutes from Edinburgh, the city enjoys breathtaking
    views of the Highlands, Loch Katrine, the inspiration for William
    Blake’s The Lady of the Lake, Campsie Fells, and the Highlands’ largest
    loch, Loch Lomond.
  • Plymouth City guide, including Plymouth Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Plymouth is the vibrant regional capital of Devon and Cornwall. It is a
    thriving modern city, a historic seafaring port and holiday centre with
    something for everyone.
  • Experts Discover How to Retire To Thailand  By : pattayajoe
    Discover how men can retire to a tropical country where their finances go a long way, the nightlife rules and your ability to enjoy life will be born again.
  • Manchester City guide, including Manchester Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Manchester is one of the most vibrant and dynamic places in the UK.
    Here you will find a wonderful variety of things to see, do and
    experience, whether you are shopping, eating out, enjoying outdoor
    activities or anything in-between.
  • Liverpool City guide, including Liverpool Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Liverpool is, of course, most famous for being the city that spawned
    The Beatles. But there is much more to this fascinating city's past
    than just the Fab Four. Recent years have seen extensive re-development
    in the city and Liverpool is once again on the up swing in terms of
    popularity.
  • Travel Insurance, Tips, Advice & Resources For Seniors  By : JO GODDEN -
    RIDDLE! What is it? They spend thousands encouraging us to buy it. We are advised never to go on holiday without it. But when we want to buy it, they don't want to sell it to us.
    Read on ...........

    So after much deliberation we have chosen the holiday destination, sorted out the flights, and already we are picturing ourselves languishing on warm sands with the inviting blue sea stretching before us, and we just have the minor formality of the holiday travel insurance and...
  • How To Vacation Like A VIP In Hawaii  By : Mike Keesling -
    For those who don't know, vacation rentals are usually stand-alone houses with full kitchens. In Hawaii, many of them are located right on the water and boast private swimming pools and Jacuzzis as well. A few have their own tennis courts. Vacation rentals usually require a minimum of one week stay. Depending on the size of the group traveling, vacation rentals are often comparably priced with per-person hotel room rates, especially if the group takes advantage of the full k...
  • Covered Bridges - Discovering A North American Living History  By : Cliff Calderwood -
    Covered Bridges first appeared in the U.S. around 1805, but the history of these monuments to another age date back thousands of years to China. Covered bridges had also existed in Europe since medieval times and there were once hundreds of them in Switzerland, Austria and Germany.

    But it’s here in the Northeastern U.S., where wooden covered bridge design and construction reached its pinnacle in the nineteenth century. A combination of pressing need, plentiful old growth n...
  • Tips On Alaska Floatplane Flying  By : Sandra McKeever -
    A life of adventure - doing what you love and getting paid for it – does this sound interesting to you? Maybe if you’re thinking about a career change you should think about heading to Alaska to be a float plane pilot or a bush pilot.

    At the very least it’s an excellent summer vacation idea if you can’t manage the career change right now. These pilots live lives that most of us will only dream of. Think of it this way if you have to justify the change to your significant o...
  • Hull City Guide, Including Hull Hotels  By : Ms Maria Williams -
    Once known for its fishing fleet the city of Hull has in recent years undergone a revitalization that has made it among the UK’s most vibrant cities. First chartered more than 700 years ago by Edward I, Hull combines the best features of a bustling port with the amenities of a cosmopolitan city. In the forefront of British defence during World War II, Hull suffered widespread damage and has since undergone extensive rebuilding. A visitor choosing to holiday here will find mus...
  • Get The Cheapest Airfare  By : Belina Storrey -
    There is no doubt that traveling is expensive. Whether you wish to travel to the next state, the next country, or all the way around the world, travel requires money. There are many things that contribute to the costs of travel, not the least of which is airfare. Airfare often makes up a large percentage of a travel budget, even more so now with the oil prices continually on the rise. It is wise for any traveler to search for the cheapest airfare possible for any air travel t...
  • Travel To South America: A Land Of Immeasurable Majesty  By : Frank Johnson -
    South America is a continent of extremes, and there is not just one, but thousands of reasons to explore the human and natural wonders of this remarkable landmass. South America's expansive human history is visible through some of the best preserved ruins in the world. The fusion of Spanish, Portuguese and native cultures is evident in the distinctive art, food and music of the 12 independent countries.

    Though it was the last continent to be inhabited, South America has a ...
  • Enjoying The Benefits Of Cheap Airfare  By : Christopher H. Waters -
    It is a dream come true for many those who had the wish to go round the world but couldn't go because of very costly airfare. But now with the help of cheap flights and low airfare it is possible for them to enjoy the trip of the world. Previously only few rich people can afford traveling in Air flights but now a days there are massive discounts on all flights around the world to increase the chance for ordinary people to fly in aircrafts. There are also schemes like cheap ai...
  • Learn How To Find Dirt Cheap Air Travel  By : Scott Michaels -
    There are ways to find air travel cheap. The first thing to do is invest some time in research. If you call a travel agent they will offer you a fare that might seem reasonable but it’s important to remember that the agent has to make money and therefore they normally need to charge service fees.

    Taking a vacation is always a welcome thing. The cost of the airline tickets isn’t nearly as entertaining.

    Another point to consider when you are searching for air travel cheap...
  • Travel To Eastern Europe: See Life Bursting At The Seams  By : Frank Johnson -
    Eastern Europe today is an understated treasure-trove of sites, sounds and history. The exuberance for life in the post-Communist era has found expression in a proliferation of music and arts festivals, celebrations of national identity and history, and an eagerly welcoming attitude toward foreigners. Travel in Eastern Europe is a rewarding journey for those seeking insight into the most significant moments in recent history. It is also the perfect place to leave your cares b...
  • A Costa Rican Fairytale: Beauty And The Beach  By : Frank Johnson -
    Costa Rica literally translates into "Rich Coast," so named by Columbus for the gold necklaces worn by the native people when he arrived in the early 16th century. However misleading the name might have been for gold hunters, it appropriately describes Costa Rica's copious coastline, which is an endless paradise for surfers, scuba divers and those in need of tranquil relaxation.

    Costa Rica is also a bastion of political tranquility, which has historically marked the countr...
  • Travel To Central America: A Cradle Of Early Civilization  By : Frank Johnson -
    This fascinating destination of the Americas had been cultivated by thriving agrarian cultures for 3,000 years before Europe's arrival in the New World. The modern existence of more than eight ancient cultures can still be found today and a triumphant preservation movement of these indigenous people is underway. Central America offers mesmerizing insight into the beauty of life and tradition that has sustained centuries of repression, shifting political alliances and some of ...
  • Travel To Brazil, Go For The Thrill  By : Frank Johnson -
    Brazil is the largest and most dynamic South American country, bordering all but two of the continent's other nations. In Brazil, wild Amazon adventures can be coupled with stimulating city sights and leisurely beach escapades. Brazil's Portuguese colonization along with its participation in the Atlantic triangle slave trade with Africa produced a fusion of cultures that is celebrated today in the form of fantastic food, unmatched festivals, eclectic music beats and a diverse...
  • Travel To Australia: A Country-Continent Continuum  By : Frank Johnson -
    Situated between the Indian and South Pacific Oceans in a geographically misunderstood region of the world called Oceania, Australia is a continent nearly twice the size of Europe and also an independent nation made up of six states and two territories. The literal continental size of the country makes for travel that is diverse and exhilarating without the hassle of ever crossing a single border!

    Australia has been inhabited for an estimated 45,000 years with the first re...
  • Africa: Getting Back To The Basics  By : Frank Johnson -
    The astounding beauty of Africa's many regions has attracted Western explorers, sparked wars and piqued historians' interests for centuries upon centuries. From the tranquil Mediterranean coast of North Africa to the thriving southern tip of Cape Town, the great continent spans over 10,000 indigenous tribes, more than 500 languages and over 60 independent nations and political territories.

    Africa is referred to as the cradle of human life as we know it, being the oldest in...
  • Eastbourne City guide, including Eastbourne Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Eastbourne is a traditional seaside resort, boasting five miles of
    unspoilt beaches, palm tree lined promenades, four golf courses and
    Seaside Award clean sea. It offers fun for all of the family, from a
    skate festival to the annual air show, a visit to Eastbourne Pier or a
    chance to dance the night away to live music at the bandstand.
  • Bradford City guide, including Bradford Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    In the county of West Yorkshire is where tourists will find the
    bustling city of Bradford. Situated in Northern England, Bradford has
    more than 470,000 inhabitants and it ranks eleventh in terms of the
    size of various cities in England.
  • Vacation Rental or Holiday Home Advertising at a Bargain Price  By : M. Matchev
    You have a vacation rental or holiday home and want to rent it? OK, but how and where and how much it will costs? There are so many questions that every vacation property owner has. It is certain that vacation rentals advertising is not allays expensive.
  • City Breaks In Paris  By : Steven Cronin -
    Paris is simply the city that has it all. From its birth on the banks of the Seine in 52 BC as Julius Caesar continued his conquest of Europe, the City of Light has always commanded a captive audience.

    Paris is synonymous with iconic landmarks. There’s nothing quite like watching the Eiffel Tower light up on a beautiful moonlit night, reaching out to the stars and beyond.

    Many first time travellers to Paris arrive via the rather underwhelming Eurostar train terminal. Bu...
  • Lake Champlain - 5 Ways To Enjoy This Great Lake  By : Cliff Calderwood -
    Lake Champlain is the largest body of fresh water in the U.S. after the Great Lakes, and at 120 miles in length and an average depth of 400’ and 12 miles across, everything about it is impressive. But more impressive than its size is its unspoiled beauty. In a state already known for conservation and back-to-nature vacations, Lake Champlain is the secret destination for a growing number of New England vacationers.

    Here’s my pick of five destinations and attractions in the ...
  • Trip Planning Tips For Travelers  By : TravelMake -
    A well-planned vacation always means a happier, more enjoyable, more memorable and a safer trip.
    RESEARCH your travel destination.

    Study the local climate and tourist seasons so you pick the best time to travel there and feel yourself comfortable. We also have unique articles and downloadable maps for the most popular travel destinations.

    Learn about local laws and customs of the countries to which you are traveling. Find out the most interesting sights, attractions yo...
  • Your Holiday In Tuscany  By : Matt Shupe -
    A region on the West coast of Italy, Tuscany is a fantastic destination for a truly unique vacation. Lying on the Tyrrhenian Sea Tuscany benefits from great beaches on one side and yet is also surrounded my magnificent countryside on the other. Major towns and cities in the area include Pisa, the location of the famous leaning tower and Florence, two of Italy’s most visited places.

    Tuscany is divided into regions, one of which is called the Chianti Classico. For those of y...
  • Wine Tours: La Dolce Vita  By : Amy Covington -
    As you pour the first glass of your favorite Chianti or Chardonnay and settle into an intimate Friday evening, you wonder about the wine's origins. Look no further for the answer to your fleeting Friday night queries-Italy, land of romantics, heroic epics and passionately-written plays. In the countryside and cities where the Renaissance began it seems fitting to find a hedonistic exploration of the richest vineyards in the world to suit even the pickiest travelers. Best know...
  • Excursions in Mersin Cesmeli, Turkey  By : B.Rane
    Turkey is the newest holiday destination for many Europeans. Turkey is building many apartment complexes all over the country and especially along the Mediterranean coast.
  • A Guide To Salzburg Austria  By : Ken Morris -
    Salzburg, Austria is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Mozart. The city is home to numerous music and drama festivals throughout the year. The movie The Sound of Music was filmed in this city and is a popular tourist attraction. The alpine setting of this city gives it a unique charm. There are many sites to see and lots to do here.

    Accommodations

    There are many hotels in the city to fit every taste and budget. Prices vary widely from many affordable hotels to mo...
  • Belfast City Guide, Including Belfast Hotels  By : Ms Maria Williams -
    Introduction:

    Nestled in a valley and bordered to the east by the Irish Sea, the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, is a vibrant and lively Celtic city that lives up to its nickname of “The Hibernian Rio.” Situated on the River Lagan, the pedestrian-friendly city enjoys a focal point in Donegal Square where the architecturally stunning City Hall dominates the skyline, and elsewhere Victorian and Edwardian architecture can be enjoyed by visitors on foot.

    Places of int...
  • Travel Portugal: A Land True To Its Past  By : Frank Johnson -
    Perched on the western edge of the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal stands out among its neighbors as one of the oldest and yet most traditional and conservative European civilizations. Visitors can view 22,000 year-old Paleolithic art on the rock faces of Vale do Côa, and human occupation of this region dates 500,000 years back in time! The Celts settled here around 750 B.C. and were followed by Romans, Visigoths, and Greeks among others. The Moors enjoyed their infamous occupati...
  • Belfast City guide, including Belfast Hotels  By : Maria Williams
    Nestled in a valley and bordered to the east by the Irish Sea, the
    capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, is a vibrant and lively Celtic
    city that lives up to its nickname of “The Hibernian Rio.” Situated on
    the River Lagan, the pedestrian-friendly city enjoys a focal point in
    Donegal Square where the architecturally stunning City Hall dominates
    the skyline, and elsewhere Victorian and Edwardian architecture can be
    enjoyed by visitors on foot.
  • The Longest Mile - Spring Training and Treasure in Montana's Bitterroot Mountains  By : gordonh
    The longest mile: a springtime training hike into the Bitterroot Range leads to Montana
    mountain treasure!
  • A Culture-Fest In Barcelona  By : Rent City Apartments -
    Barcelona is one of those cities you can visit again and again. Its fantastic location, within reach of some of Spain’s most beautiful coastline, together with its history, architecture and huge cultural programme is what makes it one of Europe’s most popular city destinations.

    So, how can you max-out on culture when you visit Barcelona? Here are just a few suggestions:

    1. The Picasso Museum

    Barcelona is awash with museum, both public and private, and the Picasso Mus...
  • How To Choose A Holiday Villa Abroad  By : Andalucian Villas -
    Renting a holiday villa abroad can be a risk, particularly if you’re booking your villas online. We’ve all heard the horror stories about resort hotels that have turned out to be part-built or badly run, and we all want to avoid similar bad experiences.

    Most of us now turn to the internet to look for the things that make up our holiday – flights, accommodation, car hire – and then book online, crossing out fingers that everything turns out well. What can you do to avoid a ...
  • 5 Best Packages On Disney World Vacation  By : Simon Oliver -
    For vacationers, a trip to Disney World is always enticing, but now more than ever, people are clamoring for Disney’s vacation packages. Compared to past rates, which were criticized for actually being higher than the cost of buying components of a package individually, today’s vacation deals are not only convenient – but economical too.

    There are several different vacation packages to choose from for 2006. The 2006 Magic Your Way Vacation Package is the most affordable an...
  • How To Have A Great Family Vacation At Disney World  By : Simon Oliver -
    A vacation to Walt Disney World is one your whole family will remember forever. And it is an especially exiting trip for children. But if you’re in the dark about how to purchase an affordable Disney World vacation package, you may be a little intimidated by the cost. But there is a way to plan your travels so that you don’t overspend.

    Here are some tips on planning your Disney World family vacation hassle-free.

    The first thing to consider is hotel accommodations. Where...
  • The Short Break Solution  By : Mr Hanna -
    Whether it is due to a dislike of rushing to make tight connecting flights, crowed airports or a simple fear of flying, increasing numbers of travellers simply don’t want to get fly long distances by airplane. International terrorism, bird flu, language barriers and the risk of getting 'Delhi belly' are also contributing to a boost in the UK domestic tourism industry with the market now estimated to be worth over £59 billion per annum.

    Figures show that travellers who pref...
  • Tips For A Good Hiking Experience.  By : Tony Weaver -
    Let's break out of our winter hibernation and venture into the crisp, clean outdoor air and hit some dirt trails! I'll give some tips so you can have an enjoyable hike.

    1. Find information about the area you will be going to. Whether it's from a website with information and trail details, or a map at the park office, trailhead, or visitor center, always check before you head out on your hike so you know what to expect.

    2. You must know weather conditions, wherever you g...
  • The Best Way To Enjoy Your Disney World Vacation  By : Simon Oliver -
    A Disney World vacation is a dream vacation for most families. But it’s also an expensive one, especially if you don’t know how to find an affordable package.

    There are many flexible ways to purchase tickets. The more days you plan to stay at the resort, the better bargain you’ll receive. If you want to visit more than one theme park, it might be a good idea to hang around the resort for a little while. You can save a little money and experience some extra Disney magic wit...
  • Choose The Perfect Accommodations  By : Martin Stoleman -
    One of the best ways to make a great vacation quickly horrible is to choose the wrong accommodations for your trip. There is nothing quite as bad as spending a great day of vacation only to come back to a less-than-great place to stay for the night. Anytime you are away from home it is important to choose the best accommodations for your comfort and enjoyment. It doesn't matter if you are going on a three week trip to Europe of if you are going to a weekend wedding celebratio...
  • Invest In Timeshares  By : Martin Stoleman -
    Taking regular vacations is something that everyone would love but few people actually do. There are many reasons for this I guess, not the least of which is having enough money to get away each year and just relax. For me, one of the biggest reasons that vacations never materialized for my family was because of the stress that it took to plan a great family vacation. Each year we talked about planning a great trip, but when it came to actually planning the trip our efforts w...

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