Camping is a summertime must-do for many folks.
The list of things to love about enjoying the great outdoors is long, but the preparation takes a great deal of work, and the roughing it part, basically that sleeping on the ground thing, rules out camping for a number of folks.
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For most folks a trip to Yellowstone National Park, is what summer vacations are made for. But winter has some perks worth considering when planning your next park adventure.
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Part of the fun of traveling somewhere new is the unexpected. Even when you’ve done your research, surprises can be a good thing. Unexpected wows. That’s what I like to call them. Even if you’ve read countless travel websites and every guidebook out there, they can sneak up on you.
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What do you look for when choosing a hotel for vacation? Price? Location? Choices seem to grow every day and it’s not just about the destination anymore. Hotels are cooking all sorts of ways to reel in guests.
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When you go on vacation, working is typically the last thing you want to think about, but that may be a changing trend.
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Summer vacation season is officially underway and cruising seems to be more popular than ever. And the debut of more new cruise ships means travelers can sail to ports around the world like never before.
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The boys of summer are back.
Baseball Spring Training 2016 is officially underway and Cactus League fans are packing their bags and heading to the Greater Phoenix area to cheer on their favorite teams. The Valley of the Sun boats 15 MLB teams and 10 stadiums, but playing in the desert isn’t limited to baseball fields. Continue reading “Hit a Spring Training Home Run in the Arizona Desert”
When you plan a big trip to a place like Europe, you want to do it all, but living out of a suitcase, as you move from place to place takes work. So how can you see the sights without running out of steam? It might be time to give river cruising a try..
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Hotels and resorts do a lot these days to stand out among the crowd, but if you’re up for a little adventure, wild nights are waiting in Canada.
If you don’t know Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, don’t worry, you’re not alone. One of Canada’s better kept secrets, it’s located in the region of Quebec, north of Quebec City, and it’s worth putting on the long list of places you need to go.
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When most travelers think of the Netherlands, they think of Amsterdam. From tulips to canals and museums, its popularity is well deserved. But there’s more to Holland than just one city.
Holland’s a relatively small country so wandering doesn’t require much time. A little over two hours by car or train is Maastricht, one of the oldest cities in Holland.
Continue reading “Make Room for Maastricht During Your Holland Visit”