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By: Mary White
BnBFinder.com recently spoke with two Bed and Breakfast owners in New Orleans about their experiences and impressions of their city in the aftermath of September's hurricane disaster. Hopes are high (read entire article)
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By: Matthew Lawson
Is it any wonder? Since Hollywood launched New Zealand big time onto the world's cinema screens with epic block busters such as Lord of The Rings, King Kong and The Chronicles of Narnia, everyone wan (read entire article)
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By: C.S. Pothitt
It all started with a simple statement scribbled across a blank page of an examination answer-book: "In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit." Sixty some-odd years and several volumes later, Mid (read entire article)
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By: Pamela Bruce
The Romantic Road follows an old trade route and leads from the city of Wrzburg to the foothills of the Alps. Driving along the Romantic Raod, or part of it, gives you a chance to experience medieva (read entire article)
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By: John S.
It's true. Travel Agents are treated differently than the rest of us. And the reason is simple: The travel industry is a 4 trillion dollar a year business! With that kind of money being spent on trav (read entire article)
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By: John S.
It's true. Travel Agents are treated differently than the rest of us. And the reason is simple: The travel industry is a 4 trillion dollar a year business! With that kind of money being spent on trav (read entire article)
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By: Dennis Watson
If you are looking for a vacation idea and are an air and space enthusiast, look no further. The National Air and Space Museum, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Washington Dulles International Airpor (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Pacher
One of the things that Florida is known for is, you guessed it, is orange juice! The citrus industry has been playing a big role in Central Florida for many decades, and considering its importance, I (read entire article)
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By: Sarah Jenkins
Considering the areas most impacted by bird flu are in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, it is advisable to stay clear of these regions. However, circumstances may arise that necessitates travel. I (read entire article)
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By: David Holmes
Down here in Dothan, Alabama we have a city park that's been setup to give folks a feeling for how country life used-to-be. I guess these parks are probably springing up all over the country, I'll be (read entire article)
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By: Ann Corba
Having been the capital of the United States only for a year, New York is often called one of the world's capitals. The significant part of international business, finance, commerce, fashion, cinema a (read entire article)
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By: Dorrie Ruplinger
Door County, Wisconsin is a popular destination for tens of thousands of travelers every year. Small villages with populations of less than 500 people swell to large crowds during the summer weekends (read entire article)
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By: Dorrie Ruplinger
During our latest camping trip to Door County, Wisconsin, we stopped at the Shipwrecked Inn in Egg Harbor for dinner. They brew and serve their own beers and have a large menu. Eating there is an en (read entire article)
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By: Dorrie Ruplinger
My husband, oldest son, and I had the pleasure of enjoying a meal at C&C Supper Club in Fish Creek, Wisconsin during a recent trip to Door County.The building houses a supper club for dining along wit (read entire article)
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By: Ian Williamson
Moving around the Serengeti following the migration is one of life's great pleasures. If ever you get an opportunity don't think twice; pack your bags and head out to East Africa. Moving around the S (read entire article)
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By: Gary Bumpas
The Parador of Santo Estevo is located in the province of Galicia not far north of the Portuguese border, in Nogueira de Ramuín (Ourense). Fifteen centuries ago, a monastery was founded on this site (read entire article)
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By: Gary Bumpas
The modern four-star Parador here occupies its own small, pine covered peninsula that juts out into the Mediterranean Sea. This coast line - the Costa Brava - is spectacularly beautiful. Driving alo (read entire article)
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By: Linda Vissat
A drab, rundown piece of property sat seven years on the market. Since my visit in 2003 it gained an amenity a year, instituted by the Gaines family, owners since 1987. It's a progressive hide-away (read entire article)
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By: David Hallstrom
Less than two hours by car from Los Angeles sit the year round playgrounds Big Bear Lake and Big Bear City. Situated in the San Bernardino National Forest at approximately 7,000 feet above sea level, (read entire article)
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By: David Hallstrom
Monterey, California, the oldest city in California, was founded in 1770. It has approximetly 30,000 residents, an average high temperature 0f 65.3 degrees, an average low temperature of 47.8 degrees, (read entire article)
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By: Philip Suter
Having never visited Morocco or even Africa, I was very excited at the prospect in mid November 2005.As soon as I boarded the Royal Air Maroc plane at London Heathrow on a late Saturday afternoon I w (read entire article)
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By: Paula Bardell
There are some who believe that the world lost one of its finest late 20th century dramatists when Sarah Kane committed suicide in 1999. Her work prod (read entire article)
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By: Richard Chudy & Dolores Peralta
Casa Contenta in Cabo San Lucas opens the door to relaxation and rejuvenation and the hosts, Craig and Lori Harrison, open their arms and home to thos (read entire article)
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By: Laura Ciocan
Have you ever seen an authentic Japanese garden? Well, I had the chance of seeing the one in Monaco and was really impressed too. Wanna ta (read entire article)
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By: Klaus Urbantke
Tips For Planning Your Cruise Vacation Online Improvements and upgrades in cruise ships over the past ten years, and the addition of many ne (read entire article)
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By: Ken Cheong
The Chinese Language and dialectsEach province, each city and even each village speaks their own dialect. There are hundreds of Chinese (read entire article)
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By: Jakob Jelling
Le Havre is famous, not only within the region of Normandy but through France and the rest of Europe as well due to the fact that it has one of the la (read entire article)
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By: Stephen Schochet
Writers are often are greatly surprised or disappointed by how their work is changed when it is adapted for the big screen. When Irwin Shaw's World Wa (read entire article)
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By: Steve Gillman
Lone Pine, California doesn't look like much at first. It's a dusty desert town of a few thousand, on highway 395, on the eastern side of the Sierra N (read entire article)
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By: Barry deCocq
Travelers who are looking for a fantastic all-inclusive resort destination that is priced far below most tropical destinations in and arou (read entire article)
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By: Shannon Roxborough
Asia's best-kept secret for expatriates, Malaysia has a vibrant mix of foreign and indigenous tribal cultures, creating a veritable meltin (read entire article)
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By: Yvon Marier
While we were in Mazatlan, we took a Copala and city tour with Mazatlan Frank. We looked forward to it very much because Frank was highly recommended. (read entire article)
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By: Elizabeth Ann Wares
Just saying the word "Hawaii" conjures up images of brown bodies, warm sunshine, and a romantic walk on the beach in the moonlight. All (read entire article)
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By: Norm Goldman
Today, Norm Goldman, editor of www.Sketchandtravel. (read entire article)
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By: Joe Collinsworth
Planning your vacation can be quite easy and enjoyable when you follow these simple steps. Plus, you don't want to forget anything while planning you (read entire article)
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By: Marcus Hochstadt
Munich Germany is a city in the state Bavaria. Would you like to know what the real interesting sights in Munich Germany are? I will tell you 10 of m (read entire article)
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By: Kris and Bill King
Lush Luxe Lesser Antilles – Barbados Luxury at Sandy LaneRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FRE (read entire article)
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By: Chloe Lim
The Commonwealth of Australia is the largest island on earth and the smallest continent. It also boasts to being one of the most progressive nations i (read entire article)
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By: Joe Collinsworth
Booking & shopping online has proven to revolutionize the travel industry. There are many pros to utilizing online booking sites to plan your trip. Bo (read entire article)
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By: Jon Callahan
Nassau, Bahamas – Great City Beach Hotels at Cable BeachRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature (read entire article)
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By: Rooster
Six hundred forty thousand years ago, a volcanic eruption magnitudes greater than the eruption of Mount Saint Helens in 1980 formed the area now known (read entire article)
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By: Sarah Anne Polsinelli
People whirl through revolving doors. Sirens whirl and blare in 5-minute intervals. Potted wildflowers divide the North and South lanes on Michigan Av (read entire article)
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By: Will Robertson
Today, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, I visited the Clinton Library. It’s not my favorite architecture, glass and steel, but it’s nice, and it works wi (read entire article)
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By: Kow Chai
If you go to Google and enter the term "Free Travel" you would find 2,200,000 Entries. If you check All-the Web, you find 3,990,000 Entries. You find (read entire article)
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By: Angela Booth
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By: William Smith
If you've been dreaming of traveling the highways in your RV, but see the adventure as something far in the future when you retire, then you may want (read entire article)
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By: Linda Elizabeth Alexander
Many web entrepreneurs are unfamiliar with business writing. Intruth, concise writing will build your business because you willbetter connect (read entire article)
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By: David Chandler
Most consumers feel the airline travel is very costly. We can end up spending a fortune when we add up the various costs, such as flights, accommodati (read entire article)
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By: Amit Kantha Mukherjee
Hotels in India have an infinite variety that you can hardly fathom. Much like the diversity of its national culture, the hospitality industry in Indi (read entire article)
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By: Stephane Vergnaud
In the last 10 to 20 years, advance in technology has transformed many aspects of business travel; from the way we book our hotel rooms to staying in (read entire article)
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