Cancellation Holidays and Last-Minute Travel Deals

Sometimes it pays to be impulsive and to just take off on a spur of the moment holiday. Apart from a sense of adventure and the joy that comes from something unexpected and unplanned, there are great holiday bargains to be had. And what’s more, you don’t even have to spend hours doing all […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on February 14th, 2010

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Romantic Honeymoon Cruise Destinations

One of the most romantic ways to spend your honeymoon is to set off on a leisurely cruise amidst crystal blue waters. Spacious private suites, incredible cuisine, attentive service and unforgettable sunsets make the perfect ingredients for a memorable honeymoon. If your budget allows, opt for smaller yachts and boats instead of joining thousands […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on February 7th, 2010

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Malecon – Havana, Cuba

Roughly translated, Malecon means seawall. And in Habana, or Havana, it stretches for a little over 4 miles, providing a fascinating glimpse into the city’s history, culture, architecture and the indomitable spirit of its people. The blue waters of the Caribbean are a wonderful backdrop to the architectural gems that line the route.

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Posted by on January 28th, 2010

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Top 5 English Country Cottages

One of the best ways to really appreciate the English countryside is to rent an old English country cottage. Most of the time, the views are breathtaking and the cottages recreate an olde world charm that’s hard to beat. Stone walls, slate floors, wonderful fireplaces and the unhurried pace of rural life all add […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on January 26th, 2010

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Top Three Salta Hotels

Salta city has a host of nice hotels to choose from. If you want to explore the city, then book a place near the Plaza 9 de Julio because most of the main sights are within walking distance. If you would like great views and a more tranquil holiday, stay on the city’s outskirts. […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on December 17th, 2009

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Salta La Linda or Salta The Beautiful

Salta is the capital of Argentina’s northwestern province of Salta. Founded in 1582, it has one of the best-preserved colonial architecture in all of Argentina and a distinctive Hispanic character. Stroll down narrow 18th century cobbled streets and admire the churches, plazas and lovely wooden balconies that jut out into the streets. Most […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on December 14th, 2009

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Cuenca – The Athens Of Ecuador

Ecuador’s third largest city has a surprisingly small-town feel and a lovely old world charm. You will enjoy strolling through its cobbled streets and gazing at well-preserved colonial architecture. Plazas, churches and whitewashed houses with red tile roofs on the banks of the Tumebamba river create a wonderful setting. Cuenca is easily one of […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on December 7th, 2009

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Best Holiday Travel Destinations For Easter Breaks

The long Easter weekend is a great time to take off for a short break. The weather too starts getting warmer in America and Europe, opening up loads of holiday destinations to choose from.
Below is our pick of holiday travel ideas for your Easter break. The destinations have been chosen for the quirky customs […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on November 30th, 2009

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Easter Parade And Easter Bonnet Festival In New York

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The Easter Parade began in New York City around 1870 and has grown to become an extravagant and quirky New York tradition. For centuries, Easter Sunday was when people use to don new clothes and bonnets and go to church. The Easter Bonnet was introduced by […] Continue Reading…

Posted by on November 24th, 2009

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Top Three Luxury Resorts For A Holiday On A Private Beach

If you are looking for a pristine private beach where you may not even see another soul, be prepared to pay for the exclusive experience! Below are mentioned some of the most spectacular beach resorts offering an incredible mix of seclusion, location and luxury.
Kamalame Cay, Bahamas
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Posted by on November 20th, 2009

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