Review of a wonderful hotel I stayed in during a visit to the city of Amsterdam. Located near museums and the nightlife area, and close to Vondel Park it's a great base from which to plan your visit to Amsterdam.
The Burgh Island Hotel has attracted the good, the great and the infamous. This luxurious hotel is now refurbished in its original Art Deco style and awaits your check-in.
Galveston Island fun-filled beach front, historic downtown district, Schlitterbahn & Moody Gardens. Free ferry runs every few minutes. Excellent food. The Original Mexican Cafe is located downtown.
How to holiday in Amsterdam while on a budget. How to live cheaply in Amsterdam as a tourist. Avoid Tourist traps in Amsterdam. Food, drinks and accommodation can be cheap in this popular location!
Many people in America and other nations travel on a frequent basis. The wealthy may travel for pleasure regularly. Those involved in business often have to make trips to deal with clients in person. For most people, the jetsetters live in a world unknown to them. Just because the jetsetting class...
A beach-based vacation need not cost a fortune if you budget carefully and choose your destination wisely. Wherever you live and however far away from the coast you are, you will find the ideal spot.
A review of Vacation Village in the Berkshires of Massachusetts for those looking for a nice place to stay while on vacation.
It's always time to have a little spooky fun. Here are 10 of the scariest hotels in America, that you may not have ever heard of, you can actually stay in,
With the recession still affecting everyone’s income people today are working to save money in every way that they can. People who normally spend money on travel are trying to find alternatives that allow them to reduce the cost of traveling while...
“Everything in life is somewhere else, and you get there in a car” ~E.B. White, One Man's Meat, 1943 I enjoy driving. For me, flying just means paying money to move at 400 mph and 35 thousand feet above everything that interests me! Why...