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Aug 27, 2015

Do’s & Don’ts of Airport Travel

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By Ashu Kaushik With holidays fast approaching and crowded airports, if we keep few things in mind, the holiday travel is smoother and easy on the airport officials. What an easy way to spread the holiday cheer!! Here is a list of do’s and don’ts to ease your way through this stressful time. Things to […]


Aug 20, 2015

What to wear in a cruise

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By Michel Tam If you want to enjoy your trip in a carnival cruise, you must plan the assortment of clothing very carefully. All this does not necessarily means that you have to go out there and buy a new attire just for your trip. It is very possible that you have all the clothes […]


Aug 13, 2015

Walt Disney Cruise Line

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By Patrik Bushman Disney Cruise Line has been involved in the cruise industry since 1999, when they desired to create an honest-to-goodness family cruise experience. They were an innovator in this regard, as prior to that time most cruise lines were centered on the experience of adults on board. By entering the market with a […]


Apr 30, 2013

Royal Caribbean Alaska Cruise

Posted by in Alaska Cruise

By J. David Rogers Although Royal Caribbean is often considered to be a strictly Caribbean cruise line, this is definitely not the case. Royal Caribbean offers far more destinations of travel than simply the islands of the Caribbean and Alaska is included within this list. For anyone looking to breathe fresh air, stare out at […]


Apr 23, 2013

Honolulu City

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By: Kani Amea Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, is located in the south coast of the island of Oahu. In Hawaiian language “hono” means “sheltered” and “lulu” means “bay”, so Honolulu means “sheltered bay”. The capital of Hawaii has several districts, including the popular Waikiki. At Honolulu also you can find Kapiolani Park, located at […]


Apr 23, 2013

5 Best Beaches in San Diego

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By Ryan Frank More than just sand and shore, the beach is a source of pride to the people of San Diego. It’s the single defining influence that brings the community together. San Diego features some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. From the locals to the tourists, everyone dreams of sunny afternoons, […]


Apr 16, 2013

The Celebrity Solstice – A Magnificent Lady on the Seas

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By Neil Maley Sailing with a Group on the Solstice I am a travel agent that escorted a group of 44 people on the brand new Celebrity Solstice in March of 2009. Here is my graded review of the ship. Embarkation: A+ We arrived via bus at the Port Everglades terminal at 12:15. By 12:45, […]


Apr 16, 2013

Las Vegas – Fremont Street

Posted by in Las Vegas Travel Tips

By: Roger Thompson Every city in America has a main street. Many European cities do, too, but as many of them are round it’s sometimes hard to tell which it is. But that’s not a problem in Las Vegas. Fremont Street is it. Of course, those who walk The Strip will argue. But visit Fremont […]


Apr 8, 2013

Onboard the Holland America Westerdam – My Recent Cruise

Posted by in Holland America Cruise
Holland America Westerdam (c) Knarl Stuart

By Denise Stone My husband and I just cruised with Holland America on the Westerdam. First, let me tell you this ship is has been very popular with my clients, I am a travel agent that specializes in cruises. Last spring, I had a client that sailed in the Caribbean on the Westerdam. She loved […]


Apr 1, 2013

Key West Luxury Hotels

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By Walter Grove Key West is as much a place for adventure as it is for relaxation. Popular activities include scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, and parasailing. If you travel to Key West at the right time, you might also find a fun festival, such as Fantasy Fest or Parrot Heads Festival. If you’re traveling […]


Mar 25, 2013

An Evening In Barcelona – How To Enjoy Barcelona As A Tourist After Dark!

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By James Burrows Your nights in Barcelona often turn mornings! Barcelona is the city that comes rocking after dark. The Catalonian jewel, known for its art & architectural magnificence during daytimes, unveils its cabaret character after dark. Barcelona becomes dazzling after dark. The after dark fun often begins with evening strolls. Its streets and squares […]


Mar 18, 2013

Curacao Review

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By Michael James Smith Curacao is a small southern Caribbean island slightly north of Venezuela. It is found in close proximity to Aruba and Bonaire. The trio of islands are often referred to as the ABC islands where A=Aruba, B=Bonaire, and C= Curacao. Because the islands are so far south, they are generally considered to […]


Mar 11, 2013

Leave The Steamer Trunk At Home When You Cruise!

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By: Joseph Ewart There are really no ‘dress codes’ on cruise ships but more like guidelines to assist you in bringing the right items. Having traveled with a spouse and two teen age daughters, this writer is, however, painfully aware of the cruise shoe formula which is take the number of cruise days and multiply […]


Mar 4, 2013

Frugal Travel Tips For Las Vegas Dining

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By: Kimber Chin Las Vegas dining is world renown. Casinos compete with each other to provide the best dining option from the high end to the buffet to the too-good-to-be-true deals. In this article, we will explore some of the dining options for the frugal traveler. Ellis Island $4.95 Steak Special For $4.95, diners at […]


Feb 25, 2013

Las Vegas – Caesars Palace

Posted by in Las Vegas Hotel Casino
Caesars Palace Marquee Las Vegas (c) Knarl Stuart

By Roger Thompson One of the oldest hotels in Las Vegas still standing, first opened in August 1966, Caesars Palace has never gone out of style. Recently renovated, it is still the Emperor of the city. With all the changes that the famed desert city has seen over the decades, the attractions at Caesars are […]


Feb 18, 2013

Hawaii – A Dream Vacation Destination

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By: Kani Amea Hawaii is considered by many to be a dream destination for millions of people around the world. The number of people visiting Hawaii continues to grow at a phenomenal rate. Millions come here each year to enjoy a vacation in this place only next to heaven on earth; consequentially, many have decided […]


Feb 11, 2013

Allure of the Seas Vs Oasis of the Seas

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By Sue Brage The magnificent twin ships from Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, the Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, are about as similar as two ships can be! Same length, same breadth, same tonnage, amazing public spaces including seven distinct neighborhoods, heavenly staterooms and soothing spas. Yet there are certain areas in […]


Feb 4, 2013

What An Alaska Cruise Vacation Has In Store For You

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By: Zark Barker Alaska is a very rare and fantastic environment. It is by far the topmost state yet has the lowest group. And this is the main reason that it is considered the final renowned frontier by many. The qualities that have attracted enthusiasts to it are those of circumstance and thrill. Whether you […]


Jan 28, 2013

The Most Popular Alaska Cruise Lines

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By J. David Rogers Alaska is one of the most popular world destinations when it comes to cruising today. With this in mind you can imagine that many of the most luxurious and elite cruise lines have extended their services to accommodate Alaskan travel. One of the most popular and affordable Alaska cruise line is […]


Jan 21, 2013

Hawaiian Island: Kauai’s Na Pali Coast

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By: Terry Reim Kauai’s spectacular Na Pali Coast, the rugged coastline on the northwest shore of Hawaii’s oldest inhabited island, is probably the most remarkable and popular feature for visitors to the Garden Isle. The Na Pali Coast extends from Ke’e Beach and runs 16 miles southwest to Polihale State Park. Much of the coast […]


Jan 14, 2013

My Las Vegas Review

Posted by in Las Vegas Travel Tips

By Kerry Mann Recently I took ten days off and went to Las Vegas! This was my sixth trip there in the last three years In the last 6 visits I think I have found out some great places to eat gamble and sleep- So I am posting this as my official Las Vegas Review. […]


Jan 14, 2013

Cool Hotels in Palm Springs

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By M Ottersen In the 1920s, people with health problems first started visiting Palm Springs because the clean air and sunshine were thought to be restorative. The place took off, and by the 1950s, it was a popular resort town with sleek, modern motels, and lots of tennis and golf. During the 1970s, the area […]


Jan 6, 2013

Las Vegas Golf Tips

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By: Edwin Shackleford Trying golf and looking for that perfect hot green spot to visit and swing that club on? Perhaps you are looking for Las Vegas; an excellent environment for beginners and professionals alike. Las Vegas is known for its wonderful golf courses. To date, there are at least 40 golf courses offering the […]


Dec 30, 2012

Hawaii Wedding Photographer – Cherished Memories

Posted by in Hawaii Wedding

By: Brenda Roman After you decide on the perfect Hawaii wedding location, you then need the perfect Hawaii wedding photographer. After all, you’ll want to preserve all of those wonderful memories with photographs that are as special and unique as you are. The Hawaiian islands are such an incredible backdrop for a destination wedding. There […]


Dec 23, 2012

Review of New York New York Hotel and Casino

Posted by in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

By Adel Awwad New York New York Hotel & Casino is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. A visit to this casino is close to an actual visit to New York City, complete with the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. This resort facility replicates the New York skyline, including the Empire State Building. The […]