Where To Stay In The UK
November 13, 2012 – 8:33 pm | No Comment

Staying in the UK is becoming more and more appealing to families, couples and groups of friends alike as they rediscover what the British Isles has to offer in terms of country retreats, city breaks and beach holidays. No matter who you are, there is something for everyone looking to stay domestic for their holiday: [...]

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Spain for Foodies – Tapas in Barcelona
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Spain for Foodies – Tapas in Barcelona

When it comes to eating in Barcelona, Spain, nothing beats hitting the famous tapas bars. In recent years, tapas have become somewhat trendy around the world while, in Spain, tapas continue to become more and more popular. The best thing about eating in tapas bars is that you are able to sample many of the [...]

Best Value Hotels in Miami’s South Beach
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Best Value Hotels in Miami’s South Beach

Finding a good deal on a hotel room in Miami’s South Beach can be challenging, to say the least. Usually, the price of a hotel room in South Beach will really set you back. To help ease the pain, we combed South Beach to find the best hotel bargains available. Here are our 10 Best Value Hotels in Miami’s South Beach:

The Santa Llucia Christmas Market
December 21, 2009
The Santa Llucia Christmas Market

Barcelona’s Santa Llucia Christmas market, or the Feria de Santa Llucia, is a temporary market set up in front of Barcelona’s cathedral in the Gothic Quarter. The classic Christmas market is held every December and is a fantastic way to experience the Catalan and Spanish culture. The Christmas market dates back to 1786 and features [...]

La Boqueria Market – A Feast for the Senses
December 19, 2009
La Boqueria Market – A Feast for the Senses

Barcelona’s most famous food market, La Boqueria is a covered market with hundreds of stalls devoted to nothing but food. La Boqueria is a place where visitors can easily spend an hour or two wandering around the market’s crowded, winding aisles filling up their memory card with photos. As you enter the market from La [...]

Travel Photo – Barcelona, Spain
December 18, 2009
Travel Photo – Barcelona, Spain

This shot was one of my favorites taken during a recent trip to Barcelona.

The Cloisters – A Hidden Gem in New York City
December 16, 2009
The Cloisters – A Hidden Gem in New York City

High atop a hill, overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park sits the Cloisters. The Cloisters is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art dedicated to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. The Cloisters features a museum of art that houses over 5,000 works of art, including sculptures and stained glass as well as magnificent gardens. Be sure to grab your camera as you explore beautifully recreated flower and herb gardens of the Middle Ages.

Getting between de Gaulle and Orly Airports in Paris
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Getting between de Gaulle and Orly Airports in Paris

Transferring between Paris Charles de Gaulle airport and Paris Orly airport is easy …and free if you are an Air France passenger in transit. The Air France shuttle buses depart every 20 to 30 minutes from 6 am to 11 pm and the journey between airports takes about an hour.

Sisimiut – A Coastal Pearl on the Arctic Circle
December 12, 2009
Sisimiut – A Coastal Pearl on the Arctic Circle

Sisimiut lies on the coast of West Greenland just north of the Arctic Circle. It sits on the Davis Straits at the foot of a 2,572 foot high mountain and is the crossroads of culture between northern and southern Greenland. Evidence of Saqqaq culture dates back over 4,000 years. In Sisimiut’s old quarter, which is [...]

The Queen's Bath in Kauai
December 11, 2009
The Queen's Bath in Kauai

The Queen’s bath in Princeville is one of Kauai’s favorite attractions. A quick hike past a waterfall leads down to a landscape of lava rock and on to the bath. A natural tide pool embedded in a shelf of rocky lava, the Queen’s bath has the notorious reputation of being one of the top drowning [...]

Unique Christmas Trees from Around the World
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Unique Christmas Trees from Around the World

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Fishing in The Bahamas
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Fishing in The Bahamas

With some of the most translucent turquoise waters on the planet, the Bahamas has long been known as one of the great fishing destinations of the world. For years, visiting sport fishing enthusiasts have enjoyed the abundance of big game fish located in fishing grounds that generally take very little travel time to get to. [...]

Rovaniemi, Finland – Where Santa Claus Lives
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Situated close to the Arctic Circle, Rovaniemi is the administrative capital and commercial center of Finland’s northernmost province, Lapland. However, tourists typically visit Rovaniemi for one reason: Santa Claus. The Santa Claus Village, located just north of Rovaniemi, is quite a tourist trap. Who though can resist the chance to meet Santa himself? The village [...]