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Pigeon Forge Motels

Motels became prominent in the United States after the advent of the interstate highway system simplified cross country travel. A motel, or motor hotel, is a lodging where visitors park outside their rooms and enter through a door leading to the parking lot.
Posted by Jason Gluckman

Preparing To Travel To Europe – Four Important To-Dos

You have your tickets, your hotel or vacation rental reservations, passports are up to date, and you are ready to go. Not yet! Here are four important things to add to your preparation list.
Posted by Pat Byrne

Privately-Owned Vacation Property Offers Outstanding Value to Renters

As you plan for your summer vacation, consider renting a wholly-owned, fully furnished vacation home or condo as an alternative to a hotel room. For about the same price -- maybe less, you will get more room, more privacy, and more convenience. Cook some of your own meals to save on restaurant costs. Pack less for your vacation because you can launder your clothes in your vacation home. Less luggage -- the airlines will love you.
Posted by Christopher Cain

Rent a Town Home in Orlando, Florida for LESS than Hotel

When you venture to Orlando, Davenport, or Kissimmee, Florida, why mess with crowded hotels, dirty rooms, and tons of tourists? You are coming to see the theme parks of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World, not to compete with the many other people who will be visiting the Central Florida area as well. That' why you need to look into booking a reservation for home town suites! Not only are they comfortable and easy to live in, they are low cost and a luxury to come back to!
Posted by Art Mccarty

Review of Car Rental Abroad

Going abroad? Then you will want the freedom to move around where and when you please. Other than taking your own car - then car rental is the comfortable choice. This article points out any problems you may have and a few tips to make it easier.
Posted by Matthew Sund

Scottish Roadtrips -- Encountering Porridge with Salt and Other Dangers

If you're in Edinburgh for a while, I highly recommend getting out and driving through some of the countryside. As those who live in Scotland (but not in Edinburgh)like to say, Edinburgh isn't as Scottish as the rest of the place. So if you really want to get a feel for the soul and history of this porridge-with-salt, haggis-neeps-and-tatties country, you'll need to get out and about.
Posted by Alyssa Betts

Sea Pines Plantation - The Pearl of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Hilton Head Island is one of the nicest places to vacation, regardless of what time of year you decide to stay. And I must inform you that a stay in Sea Pines Plantation must be top on your list. The island is home to more than 40,000 full time residents and over 2.2 million vacationers each year. With an average temperature around 70 degrees and so many outdoor activities available, this is a vacation that will keep you active and healthy.
Posted by Rich Neste

Seven Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Vacations

Vacations are important to our mental, physical and emotional health. They provide us a chance to relax, change our perspective and reconnect with parts of ourselves that we might misplace during the daily routine. This article is meant to help you enjoy and benefit more from the vacation, regardless of where you go, or what you do.
Posted by Kevin Eikenberry

Shropshire - England's Forgotten County

Thinking of visiting England? Then do consider taking in Shropshire on the Welsh border. England is a relatively small country and you can drive from one side to the other in a matter of hours. Shropshire is primarily a rural county with a rich historic past. It is still relatively undiscovered, especially by the international traveller. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by David Carter

Simple Ways to Stretch Your Orlando Lodging Dollars

You've thought and dreamed about it for months, planning each day down to the minute: First Disney, then Universal Studios. Next day, Gatorland. But have you made plans yet for your Orlando lodging? Prices for Orlando lodging can vary significantly, and you want to spend your vacation dollars wisely. Here are a few money-saving tips for your Orlando vacation.
Posted by Art Mccarty

Six Good Reasons to Take a Family Vacation

From all-inclusive vacation packages and cruises, which are equipped with kids clubs and special activities; to resorts that supply a nanny for your stay, it's never been a better time for families to travel.
Posted by Jolana Klobouk

Smokey Mountain Cabins - There Is Only One!

Did you know there are no Smokey Mountain cabins for vacation rentals inside the Great Smokey Mountains National Park -- except one! To get there, do you just hop in your car and drive up to the front door? No way! There's no road to these Smokey Mountain cabins. If you want to stay there, the only way in is by hiking 5 miles!
Posted by David Buster

So You Want to Sell Your Timeshare

You are the owner of a timeshare and have decided the time has come to part ways. You may be interested in another timeshare or have decided a timeshare isn't for you. Whatever your reason may be, a timeshare is a piece of real estate and you should place as much thought and planning into selling a timeshare as you would any other piece of real estate.
Posted by Dana Sanders

Staying In A Vacation Cabin Rental

Did you know that staying in a vacation cabin rental is a much better deal than staying in a hotel room?
Posted by Alan LeStourgeon

Summer Vacations: 7 Universal Laws for Survival

Summer vacations: there are few things more perfectly designed to separate you from your sanity. Here are 7 tips to not only survive your summer vacation, but to have a great time and make some memories as well...
Posted by Jeff Herring

Sussex County Delaware Beach Area Towns and Villages Are Unique and Historic

I love Sussex County Delaware. I am native born, multigenerational and proud to be one of those who, as they say; "are from here". In fact the earliest records of our family show we were here well before the Mayflower arrived; some our ancestors were here in the mid 1500's or before. They settled as farmers and missionaries in the areas of what are now Lewes, Milton, Angola, Long Neck, Broadkill and Red Mill Pond. Lewes is known as the First Town in the First State. Lewes was the first town settled in Delaware and Delaware was the first state to ratify the Constitution of The United States - hence the title we proudly proclaim. Lewes was first settled by the Dutch and Swedes. There are numerous books on the history of Lewes in the local book stores, perhaps as many as two dozen different historical and entertaining books on this fair town.
Posted by Mr Jody Hudson

Ten Cheap Vacations

Short on cash? Don't give up that vacation. Try one of these ideas for cheap vacations.
Posted by Steven Gillman

Ten Reasons to Move to the Costa Brava

Starting at Blanes to the south and ending at Cadaques in the North, the Costa Brava offers purchasers natural beauty, proximity to the great city of Barcelona, historic medieval villages, world-famous restaurants like "El Bulli" at Roses, innumberable excellent sporting opportunities including world famous golf courses and ski-ing in the Pyrenees.
Posted by Raul Ramos

Thailand Golf Packages and Thailand Hotels Reservation

We specializes in Thailand golf packages for Bangkok, Cha-am, Chiangmai, Chiangrai, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Khao Yai, Pattaya, Phuket and Rayong
Posted by Andy Cheng

The Advantages of Vacation Rentals in Costa Rica

Renting a vacation home gives you privacy. Instead of sharing a large resort with hundreds of strangers, and worrying about who your kids are exposed to, a Costa Rica vacation rental means that no one is looking over your shoulder or intruding on your fun – including unwanted attention from other hotel guests or pushy staff trying to sell you tourist packages.
Posted by Paul Orr

The Bed and Breakfast Experience

The bed and breakfast experience is unique. If you haven't stayed at a bed and breakfast this article should spark your interest.
Posted by Shawn Everett

The Cape Town Wine Route Wonders

The Wine Route offers visitors to Cape Town something quite special and unique. Don't stop reading if you don't think you're into wine!
Posted by Helen Palmer

The Charm of Pigeon Forge Chalets

A chalet is a traditional Swiss style house with a sloped roof and wide eaves. Chalets originated in Switzerland and regions near the Alps. Chalet style dwellings spread to the United Kingdom and other European countries in the early to mid twentieth century and chalets are now common in American ski resorts and other vacation destinations.
Posted by Jason Gluckman

The Ice Hotel – Is an Ice Hotel the Ultimate in Cool Destinations?

The original Ice Hotel in Sweden is still going strong after fifteen years. The Ice Hotel concept grows every year – as does the Ice Hotel itself, with the Swedish Ice Hotel hosting fifteen thousand guests last year. If you want to stay in a hotel made of ice then you can now choose between an Ice Hotel in Sweden, an Ice Hotel in Norway or Finland, an Ice Hotel in Canada or – closer to home perhaps – an Ice Hotel in Alaska. Wherever you choose to stay you can be sure that you'll never find a cooler holiday destination. Wrap up warm and read on...
Posted by Gary Hill

The Inn at Woodstock Hill: Classic New England Atmosphere in Beautiful Northeastern Connecticut

The Inn at Woodstock Hill offers 22 beautiful rooms. We recently had the honor of staying in a room with a strikingly charming 20 foot high ceiling, antique and period reproductions and a four poster canopy king sized bed. Big windows provided wonderful views of the open land and hills beautifully framing the backyard. We later realized that modern amenities also existed such as cable television, videos, a telephone and computer jack, but none of that interested us much. We were strictly interested in doing nothing, which is ultimately everything.
Posted by Eric Hurwitz

The Maldives - A Destination Everyone Should Visit

Following the horrendous events on Boxing Day 2005 The Maldives has refused to let the vast power of the Tsunami beat it and has returned to its former glory. Despite 99% of the Maldives being covered by water and the islands themselves a mere 6 feet above sea level the Maldives remains a stunning destination that everyone should visit at least once in their lives.
Posted by Joanne Brough

Timeshare Presentations: Scams or Opportunities

Timeshare presentations are tricky animals. They can either be an excellent method of obtaining expensive vacations for nothing more than a couple of hours of your time or they can turn into pricey burdens on your budget. Depending on your approach, timeshare presentations can either work for you or against you - the trick is making it worth your time.
Posted by Dana Sanders

Timeshares Vs. Condo Hotels For Vacation Home Ownership

Because condo hotels are a relatively new concept in vacation home ownership, many people are unfamiliar with them. Often they're confused with timeshares. For this reason, Condo Hotel Center has prepared the following comparison between timeshares and condo hotels.
Posted by Joel Greene

Timesharing Without Owning A Timeshare

If you're dreaming of a unique vacation experience, but don't have a budget to cover outrageous hotel expenses, or to even purchase a timeshare yourself, there are ways to take advantage of the great deals offered by timeshare owners without actually becoming one yourself.
Posted by Dana Sanders

Tips to Visit Valencia, a Lovely City of Spain

Several tips to know Valencia, like which is the best time of the year to arrive, how many days should you stay, where can you eat the real valencian paella, what is the arts and sciences city, what are the "fallas", which beaches are the best.
Posted by Rafael Sanchis
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