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Do’s & Don’ts of Airport Travel

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 […] Posted • Aug 27, 2015 • by • in Travel Tips

5 Best Beaches in San Diego

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, […] Posted • Apr 23, 2013 • by • in Travel Destinations

Key West Luxury Hotels

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 […] Posted • Apr 1, 2013 • by • in Travel Accommodations

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

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 […] Posted • Mar 25, 2013 • by • in Travel Tips

Curacao Review

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 […] Posted • Mar 18, 2013 • by • in Travel Reviews

Cool Hotels in Palm Springs

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 […] Posted • Jan 14, 2013 • by • in Travel Accommodations

The Weather In Curacao Is Perfect For Family Vacations

By Pam Quillerin If you are looking for an excellent vacation spot, Curacao may be just what you are looking for. The weather in Curacao is warm and sunny all year round. The average temperature is about 27C or 81F. Its location is outside of the hurricane belt, so there are few chances for storms. […] Posted • Aug 26, 2012 • by • in Travel Destinations

A Few Dandy Reasons to Visit St John Virgin Island

By Ken Stiles Why should you visit St. John Virgin Island? For one thing, it lies in the Caribbean — an area seasoned with a dash of history, a pinch of luxury and sufficient charisma for you to relish for a lifetime. The natural beauty of the island and the prosperity of the local populace […] Posted • May 19, 2012 • by • in Travel Destinations

Old Town San Diego – Getting a Taste of the Past

By Arjun Collier San Diego is one of the best places to visit if you’re looking for something different and fun. You get to try out different things as well as experience its history. San Diego is known to be the second largest city in California and the eighth in terms of the entire United […] Posted • Mar 8, 2012 • by • in Travel Destinations

Tips on Traveling to Australia

By Tony Eva When you come to Australia, seven experiences showed in the following article is which you should not miss. I promise that you will regret if you don’t go to these places when travelling to Australia. Pass through the Daintree Rainforest Daintree Rainforest, one of the regions with the world’s most diverse animal […] Posted • Jan 25, 2012 • by • in Travel Tips

Tax-Free Shopping

By Helen Jackson In Western Europe at doors of many shops is possible to see a badge “tax-free for tourists”. It means that having done shopping in such a shop, you can essentially save money. The system of “tax-free shopping ” (TFS) is based on that in the European Union exist established rule: if you […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Tips

San Diego, California – Experiencing the Sun, the Beach, and the Sights

By Arjun Collier San Diego, California, is the place to be if you want to enjoy an excellent vacation without completely leaving the comforts of city life. It is a large coastal city located in Southern California. It lies just north of the Mexican Border and nestled gracefully at the southern part of Orange County. […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Disneyland Travel Planning – What’s the Closest Airport to Disneyland?

By Emma J Martin When planning your trip to Disneyland in California, you have a wealth of options when it comes to airports. So you first question likely is, what’s the closest airport to Disneyland? So here are the Disneyland airports by distance. John Wayne Airport – 12 Miles The John Wayne Airport is located […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

USA Road Trips – Palm Springs California

By Mark Greenberg If the cold weather is getting you down this winter a vacation is Palm Springs may be exactly what you need. Easy to get to on major highways from any direction. A road trip to Palm Springs is scenic and enjoyable. Palm Springs is an notable haven resort nestled between the mountains, […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

San Diego Travel – Touring America’s Finest City

By Arjun Collier San Diego is one of America’s finest cities. Many people are obsessed with San Diego, and many are falling in love with the place that enhances travel. It has now become a tourist’s favorite and even locals would fall in love again once they rediscover this finest city, as they call it. […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Free Melbourne Attractions – Top 10 Things to See in Melbourne Victoria Australia

By Jamie H Melbourne in Victoria Australia is a great place to visit and after booking your Melbourne Accommodation and paying to eat out and maybe see a few feature events it is good to know there are also plenty of attractions and events in Melbourne that won’t break the bank. Here are our favorite […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

San Francisco International Airport

By Deevan Aw A major international airport, the San Francisco Airport (SFO) is located near the city of San Bruno and the Bayshore Freeway and roughly 13 miles away from the city of San Francisco. SFO is the second busiest airport of California and is a major gateway to Asia, Europe and Australia. It has […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Travel Tips

Things To Do In Dublin for Christmas 2010

By Aidan Fitzgerald If you are in Ireland over the Christmas period, visit Dublin and experience the sights and sounds of the festive season. Our guide to Christmas in Dublin will offer you some ideas of what to see and do for the forthcoming holiday period. 12 Days of Christmas Market at George’s Dock 12-23rd […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

California Resort Has Mexican Beach Feel

By Cary Ordway For those who’ve tried them, Mexican beach resorts are among the most relaxing vacations or getaways one can imagine long stretches of beach, palm trees, a cerveza or margarita never far from one’s grasp. It’s easy to drift along like some white fluffy cloud with your only worry being when the next […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Honeymooning in the US Virgin Islands

By Guy Antonelli One of the best parts about a wedding is…the honeymoon that follows. After all of the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding, there is nothing better than having time alone with your new spouse. Get inspired to plan a fun and relaxing beach honeymoon with this guide to honeymooning in the […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Start Your Cruise Vacation From San Diego For a Fabulous 7 Day Mexican Riviera Cruise

By Costa Marcos Introducing San Diego San Diego, the Golden State’s oldest, second biggest and south-most city is celebrated for its perfect climate, miles of beaches, and southerly location on the border with Mexico, adjacent to Tijuana. Originally San Diego started as an insignificant Spanish settlement, founded in the early nineteenth century, and for over […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Queen Mary Offers Cozy Overnight in Long Beach

By Cary Ordway If you love cruising, but don’t have the time or money, spend a night on the Queen Mary — a historic ship that gives you the taste of a real cruise. The Queen Mary in Long Beach is not going anyplace soon. But it really doesn’t need to – there is plenty […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Top Five Vacation Travel Destinations In The World

By Gabriel J. Adams The Caribbean A vacation at one of the islands in the Caribbean offers excitement as well as relaxation in a stunning, tropical setting. The eastern region of the islands, commonly known as the Lesser Antilles, Tobago and Trinidad, begins just east of Puerto Rico and stretches just about to the coast […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

Los Angeles Tourism – A Guide to the City of Angels

By Arjun Collier Los Angeles is a place where popular people love to stay or visit, particularly those in the entertainment industry. The most popular stars are all placed in Hollywood. Surely, those who think of going to LA would also want to look or pay tribute to their Hollywood favorites. But the entertainment world […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations

San Francisco – The Golden Gate and Much More

By Joe Mora Last summer I visited San Francisco for the first time and I was really pleased of the experiences I had during my vacation. I’m sure every time you hear the city name you will basically only relate to the Golden Gate Bridge. And I don’t blame you, I used to do the […] Posted • Apr 14, 2011 • by • in Travel Destinations