What are your best vacation and travel ideas? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
For this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration, I challenge you to present the details (hotels, sights, activities) of your fun vacation ideas in a way that would be interesting and useful to complete strangers. For ideas for titles and community support, stop by our forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/92501
A trip to the Pucon Area of Chile could be the family vacation of a lifetime. This article contains all you need to plan your vacation, including travel advice and suggestions for activities and places to stay. read more
I think an interesting and different vacation idea is to tour a new country/area with a cycling tour.
Wow! So many places to write about.... Gambling Towns in the Mountains of Colorado... Amazing feats of Mankind in the Black Hills... Quaint Ocean Towns... Amazing Zoos... Waterfalls of the Midwest... Best Ghost inhabited Hotels... Best Bed & Breakfasts of the Rocky Mountains... Big Cities... What shall we do..?
"Overly Promotional" - Here I come....!
Three romantic getaways in Arizona. Filled with picturesque mountains, burnt orange and deep purple sunsets, along with warm weather attracts millions of visitors every year. read more
Wine tasting has always made me think of visiting the vineyards of France. So imagine my pleasant surprise when I found the option of wine tasting in India with Sula Wines. read more
Lambertville, New Jersey, just 80 miles from NYC, is the perfect weekend spot for busy city dwellers to de-stress and recharge. Tips, recommendations, and more. read more
You might think a visit to Edinburgh will be a visit to a bustling city. But there is another side to it, and this article shows you were to find peaceful countryside minutes from the city centre. read more
I've put together a simple guide to the city of Dublin and the top ten attractions there. read more
If great scenery is one of your 'must haves' for your next vacation, consider going north to Alaska. read more
If you're looking to get away from Chicago for the weekend, there are a number of wonderful places to visit located just outside the city. Whether you want to relax and work on your tan, browse through unique shops, rough it at a campsite, go wine... read more
A guide to visiting Hershey's Chocolate World in Hershey, PA. Guide includes activities, hours, prices, directions, and video. read more
Some ideas for a romantic weekend in Paris. This article focus on visiting Paris with your loved one, how you can make the best of it, where to go, what to do and where to stay. It's a must read if you want to surprise your loved one and give him or her an amazing weekend in the city of love. read more
Are you looking for an inexpensive or an expensive weekend get away for you and your love? Eureka Springs offers romantic dinners, spas, and art. Truly a weekend to remember. read more
Cruising, hands down! My husband I have found that the most cost effective way to see the places we want to see is by ship! All inclusive, with the exception of alcohol, which we don't partake in a whole lot anyway, really is budget friendly. Look for a cruise port that you can drive to. New Orleans, Florida (both coasts), Boston, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Washington and California all have cruise ports. If you are in the middle of the US where it isn't possible to drive to a port, look for cheap airfare during the middle of the week, on sites like Expedia and Orbitz. Disney cruises are NOT budget friendly, so skip it if money is an issue. Royal Caribbean is on the higher side, but have some good sales. Carnival is usually a bit cheaper. Norwegian has some nice ships and great waterslides for the kiddos. If you are a land lubber, check out Couples Resorts in Jamaica. We love the atmosphere they provide, a lot smaller than Sandals Resorts and many other All Inclusives...but, as the name says, couples only. B&B's in beach towns along the East Coast are also a big favorite of ours. Happy Traveling, everyone!!!
I have two for you: visit New York City or tour Italy. I recently wrote Hubs on these experiences entitled "Rockefeller Center New York City" and "Reflections of My Italian Experience Part 1 and 2." You can find them at:
Rockefeller Center New York City:
http://lawdoctorlee.hubpages.com/hub/Ro … -York-City
Reflections of My Italian Experience Part 1: http://lawdoctorlee.hubpages.com/hub/Re … Experience
Reflections of My Italian Experience Part 2: http://lawdoctorlee.hubpages.com/hub/Re … nce-Part-2
Falls right in line with my hub area. Here's my link:
http://findingamerica.hubpages.com/hub/ … ton-Island
La Serena in Chile is an ideal base from which to visit the astronomical observatory of Cerro Mamalluca, and the Humboldt Penguin National Reserve. This article provides information on how to make your family’s vacation the trip of a lifetime. read more
Would like to go to a place with hills and mountains with lots of lakes.
When one thinks of Venice, what comes into our mind is a place full of life, love and adventures. Although Venice seems to be small, in real it is very vast. It comprises of 118 islands which are together called "Sestieri".
The climate in Venice... read more
A cruise along the Caledonian Canal in the Scottish Highlands makes for a fantastic holiday:
http://alliemacb.hubpages.com/hub/Cruis … -Highlands
Fun things to do while camping. You will also find rainy day and nighttime ideas, activities to do in the tent, and suggestions for the most fun places to camp read more
A perfect weekend between the Pitigliano museums steeped in ancient Etruscan, medieval, renaissance, Jewish history. Restfully reading 'Il Villano' before spa treatments at nearby Saturnia. Nights at suggested choice hotel. read more
My best travels Ideas is to travel to kashmir and spend some days in houseboat which are moored on the banks of dal lake then got for trekking to mountains.
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by Christy Kirwan 5 years ago
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