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Boston, MA: A Virtual Guided Tour, from a Local's Perspective

Boston, MA is one of the great cities in America. And while there are a number of decent tours people can choose from while visiting Boston, most of them don't go much beyond Quincy Market and the Freedom Trail. In this feature written by the founder of Boston's Hidden Restaurants and Travel Guide of America, you will learn about the entire city of Boston, from Fenway Park to Hyde Park...
Posted by Marc Hurwitz

Botswana Emerges as an Up Market Safari Destination

But the elephants of Chobe - thank God - were spared contact with the dirty hands of poachers...
Posted by Andrew Muigai

Brazil Travel

A summary of a Brazilian's view of the best way to travel to Brazil. Brazil has amazing sights to see, the people are warm and receptive, the climate is always nice and warm and it doesn't cost too much to go there. If you are looking for a next perfect vacation spot, go visit Brazil.
Posted by Marcio Dias

Breeze Through Airport Security

During the shake up a few years ago of the airport security system, things got a little crazy and airport security went a little overboard confiscating toenail clippers and hair mousse. Thankfully those days of an overzealous security system are behind us and a cautious, careful and reasonable security system has take its place. With a little commonsense and preparation, you can reduce the hassle and the time it takes you to get through airport security and get your flight off to a great start.
Posted by Jed Clark

Breezes Resorts By SuperClubs Offers Peace-Of-Mind For Your Next Resort Vacation

Not many hotels in the Caribbean can offer peace-of-mind like the Breezes Resorts! The luxury all inclusive Caribbean SuperClubs have gone above and beyond your expectations, by offering you guarantees that your next holiday memories will be pleasant and worry-free.
Posted by William Lezubski

Bring the Kids! A Parent's Guide to Stress-Free Travel

Traveling with "little ones" can be one of the most joyous events of all--it can also be one of the most stressful. While seeing all the wonder in your children's eyes as they gaze upon some historic or natural wonder may make your heart swell with pride,you must realize they'll eventually get bored or tired, and you'll have to revert back to your roles of referee, peace keeper, and entertainment chairperson...."Bring the Kids!
Posted by Barbara Hemphill

Bryce Canyon - A Stunning US Travel Destination

The state of Utah in the United States is home to many beautiful National Parks, and Bryce Canyon National Park ranks as one of the most magnificent and awe inspiring.
Posted by Felicity Walker

Bunbury Western Australia - A Holiday Destination For All

Bunbury is located approximately 172kms south of Perth. Bunbury is a water wonderland visited by day trippers and holiday makers alike all year round. The towns population is approximately 30,000 and...
Posted by Steve Wall

Burial Mounds Along the Mississippi

Driving the Great River Road, the alert traveler may discover ancient burial mounds hidden along the way. They provide a wonderful opportunity to think and ponder of a simpler way of life.
Posted by Norm Rogers

Business and Travel Incentives That Really Work

Even as the job market gets tighter, companies are looking for ways to hold onto their best employees. Traditional perks such as company picnics and even stock options are not necessarily enough to keep your staff motivated. Giving employees real, usable incentives such as travel packages is the way to attract the best in the business.
Posted by Jeff Mills

But Why Zambian Safaris and Tourism?

Zambia has it all Â…an ideal tourist destination for that special holiday of your lifetime. And Africa's undiscovered gem! Why? Because of the rich cultural heritage, the spectacular wildlife, the unforgettable adventure and the awesome beauty. And don't forget the majestic Victoria Falls. And Zambians are well known for being warm and friendly people.
Posted by Enestle Zimba

Buying The Dream

Everything you ever wanted to know about obtaining visas, immigration, living & working legally, buying property, going on holiday in Florida & The United States of America but never knew who to ask!
Posted by Francesca Wallis & Simon Bartlett

California Vacations - What You Haven't Seen

It is understandable why California attracts a lot of people. There it is warm and sunny most part of the year, Los Angeles is full of movie stars, rollerblading babes can be found all over the place in Venice Beach. Even if it is exaggerated, this part of the California mystique is real and not very hard to find.
Posted by Dominic Ferrara

Cambodian Taxi Chaos – a Leaf, a Radiator and a MacGyver Moment

The roads in Cambodia are vicious, angry slabs of asphalt filled with potholes that would qualify as valleys in some countries. Fortunately, I had it made traveling from Sihanoukville to Phnom Penh. Or so I thought.
Posted by Richard Chapo

Camping in Europe is a Matter of Style

Camping in Europe is not the same as other places. It is formalised and camping anywhere except on a camp site is frowned on. It is a lot less expensive than hotels and can be quite luxurious.
Posted by Gareth Powell

Camping With Aliens In Montana

"I hear voices," my wife Ana told me. We were above the trees, camping in the high mountain tundra of Montana...
Posted by Steven Gillman

Can you tell me how to get to a Beaches Resort on Sesame Beach?

If you're wondering how to find a Beaches Resort on Sesame Beach, sorry the beach doesn't exist, however, the resort does! Can you imagine while you're relaxing by the pool, from the corner of your eye you see fuzzy creatures running wild on the property. No, you're not crazy, or got too much sun...
Posted by William Lezubski

Canada's Romantic Hotels

There is romance to be found in the great north. Canada is a country full of majestic scenery in its many lakes, and rivers, mountains and forests, and wonderful cosmopolitan areas. There are many hotels that stand out for romance.
Posted by Jolana Klobouk

Canal holidays: totally different, totally peaceful

Canal holidays are not for everyone. But they are a wonderful way to see scenery that others never see. Mainly canal cruising is European with a special emphasis on the British Isles.
Posted by Gareth Powell

Canon City, Colorado Great Family Adventure

Afraid of Heights? No? Great...you are going to love the Royal Gorge that is 1200 feet above the Arkansas River. Don't forget to fly out over the river on the skycoaster.
Posted by JC Smith

Cape May County Park and Zoo

When vacationing in Cape May County, NJ there are plenty of destinations apart from the "beach scene" worth exploring. Let's take a look at one of these sites, the Cape May County Park and Zoo!
Posted by Matthew Keegan

Cape Town – A Look at Africa's Most Beautiful City

The city is surrounded by glorious landscapes, stunning beaches and a bounty of unique vegetation. Where else do you have a choice of the cool Atlantic Ocean and the warmer Indian Ocean?
Posted by Andrew Muigai

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Little Rock, Arkansas

Founded in 1812, the city got its name from the French “la petite roche," or "little rock," a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River used as a landmark by early navigators. Called “Little Rock� to distinguish it from a huge cliff upstream called "Big Rock,� it became a convenient spot to land before venturing into the Ozark and Ouachita mountain ranges. Before the Civil War, the little rock outcropping was larger, but the railroad chipped out a few tons of it to build a bridge foundation. So, little rock is littler today.
Posted by Priscilla Faith Rhodes

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix has a unique character made up of Indian, Spanish, and Wild West influences that compete against a towering background of gleaming high-rise architecture. Named after the mythical bird that rose from its own ashes, the city, like the bird, defies nature. It's modern skyscrapers rise above the dry desert to support a thirsty population of more than a million people. Its perpetual sun and warm climate attract winter-averse people of all ages, mostly retirement age.
Posted by Priscilla Faith Rhodes

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Sacramento, California

Sacramento, California's beautiful capital city at the junction of the American and Sacramento Rivers is disarmingly deceptive. Tranquil boulevards lined with gracious Victorian homes shaded by leafy old trees, charming neighborhoods, and river parks mask a mercantile metropolis and political hotbed that thrive below the surface.
Posted by Priscilla Faith Rhodes

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Juneau, Alaska

Juneau is the only landlocked capital in the United States. No major roads travel in or out of the city. However, frequent air and boat service make this hard-to-reach capital a manageable trek that's worth the effort and expense to get to. Where else can you find state business being conducted at the base of a snow-covered mountain, down the street from a moving glacier, close to a lush rain forest, in a wilderness where bears roam freely, Bald Eagles soar; a city where Tlingit totem poles stand, onion dome Russian Orthodox churches rise, and the remnants of 19th century gold miners mark their distinctive claim—all in one place?
Posted by Priscilla Faith Rhodes

Capital Cities Tour: Discover Montgomery, Alabama

Centrally located on the south bank of the Alabama River, this capital city is emblematic of the historic clashes from its role in the 1860's War Between the States and its involuntary part in the Civil Rights movement 100 years later. Within one city block remnants of these historical events compete in their respective historic structures, memorials, monuments and museum exhibits.
Posted by Priscilla Faith Rhodes

Cappadocia, Turkey - Land of Wonders

Combined forces of mankind and nature have created three wonders of Cappadocia- its "fairy chimneys" (coneshaped pillars of tuff capped with basalt) in the unique valleys that look like another planet, ancient underground cities and 1500-year old rock cut Christian churches. All of it is concentrated in the area of approximately 100x100 km in the central part of Turkey.
Posted by Stan Trof

Car Rental Safety

Vacations are traditionally a time when we let our hair down and have fun, and let all our humdrum daily worries stay at home to wait for our return.
Posted by Carl Spanier

Car Rentals

Renting a car is a tough thing. Well, it can be. But, it doesn't have to be. To find a great deal, or even just a reliable car, you will want to do a little research. Save some extra cash in that pocket!
Posted by Sandy Baker
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