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Yucutan Mayan Retreat, EcoHotel & Camping

Published on December 3, 2009 By yucatanmayanretreat

Discover the Mayan World at … Descubra el mundo maya en el… Nature Camping & Ecohotel MEXICO YOKDZONOT, YUCATAN 10 MINUTES FROM CHICHEN ITZA! WONDER OF THE WORLD! 10 MINUTOS DE CHICHEN ITZA! MARAVILLA DEL MUNDO! Snorkel, Bike, Rappel, Scuba Dive in our amazing Yokdzonot cenote (sinkhole)… Haga Snorkel, de un paseo en bicicleta, baje […]

Fort McDowell Adventures

Published on October 31, 2009 By hospitalityhelpers

Visit us at www.fortmcdowelladventures.com La Puesta del Sol and The Ranch provide service to groups of 50 to 1,600 and offer an unparalleled southwestern catering experience. Both venues feature a stage, dance floor and covered dining area with some of the best catering in Arizona: Featuring western menus, Mexican cuisine, authentic cowboy cookouts, and fine […]

Villas El Encanto Cozumel – The ideal refuge to find harmony of body and mind.

Published on August 30, 2009 By Encanto

A new concept of lodging, the ideal place to relax and feel like at home. Villas “El Encanto” is a family business, personally attended by the owners. Inspired by the Mexican minimalist Architecture, surrounded by tropical gardens and jungle. The ideal refuge to find harmony of body and mind, pleasant environment, where professional staff will […]

Madrid, Spain Top Pick – Hostal Madrid

Published on August 27, 2009 By Lauren D. Collins

Madrid is the capital of Spain and a city of over 3 million people.   Situated close to the geographic center of Spain, Madrid’s main attractions include three internationally acclaimed art galleries, a royal palace, grand public squares, and many museums filled with treasures of Spain’s history.  The city is surrounded by it’s own small province, the […]

Lourdes France Top Pick – Appart Hotel Victoria Garden

Published on August 27, 2009 By Luis R. Hernandez

Lourdes, France is a medium sized village in the south of France, bordering the Pyrenees Mountains that straddle the border of France and Spain.  From this town, many outdoor activities are available, including hiking, biking, fishing, water sports, etc.  But, Lourdes is primarily know as a veritable theme park of Christianity.  The sanctuary of Lourdes […]

Visiting Avoca, in Wicklow County Ireland

Published on January 9, 2009 By Lauren D. Collins

Avoca is a small village near Arklow in County Wicklow, Ireland, where Avoca Handweavers, the well known clothing manufacturing and retail business, first started out. The picturesque village of Avoca itself is the fictional home of the BBC’s Ballykissangel. The Avoca brand has fast become a real success story and the company now employs around […]

Off the Beaten Track – Alternatives to Classic Tourist Destinations

Published on January 4, 2009 By Luis R. Hernandez

Here are a few unique, out-of-the-way alternatives to classic tourist destinations, courtesy of “Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge” on PBS: Japan: As a side trip from Tokyo during a winter trip, visit snow monkeys soaking in hot springs in Nagano, the site of the 1998 winter Olympics. Take a train from the city and […]

Wicklow Ireland – Traveling Back Through the Ages

Published on December 14, 2008 By Lauren D. Collins

Want to travel back in time in Ireland? Wicklow County holds a treasure of site for the historically- and culturally-minded traveler. This story is courtesy of “West Coast Woman”, by Suzanne Barratt First up is Powerscourt House and Gardens. Situated dramatically at the foot of Great Sugar Loaf Mountain in County Wicklow is one of […]

Visiting Boston on a Budget

Published on November 16, 2008 By Luis R. Hernandez

Boston is the cradle of patriotism, the site of Paul Revere’s historic ride and home to the USS Constitution. The combination of old and new, historic and trendy, gives Boston its personality – and provides limitless opportunities for a visit that doesn’t require help from one of the city’s leaders in venture capital. For more […]

Haunted Boston

Published on November 16, 2008 By Luis R. Hernandez

Visit Haunted Boston. Some of the most intriguing figures in the nation are spending their eternal rest in the Boston area. Just one free visit to the Old Granary Burying Ground provides a history lesson for the thousands who come each year to see the graves of noted patriots John Hancock, John Adams and Robert […]

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