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Athens Taxi Ride – Extreme Sports

Athens is a huge, congested city and the local taxis are your main means of getting around. The average Athens tax ride is inexpensive, just bring your helmet. Living on the Edge I had just arrived in Athens with a couple who’ll remain nameless. [He’s now a respectable doctor andRead More …


Antwerp Tourist Information

Antwerp is the second largest city of Belgium. The capital city of the province of Antwerp, it is also the second largest harbor in Europe after Rotterdam. It is a leading commercial center famous for cutting, trading and polishing of diamonds. Since the last 15 years, Antwerp has been elevatedRead More …


Algarve Portugal, The South’s Delight

Algarve or as it was baptized by the Arabs as Al Gharb meaning ‘to the west’, is the most southern province of the eleven that Portugal has been divided into. Its variety in terrain which starts at the small town of Odeceixe on the west coast, nicely tucked into theRead More …


Air Travel Rules: Are They Different For Those With a Disability?

When planning to take a trip, by way of airplane, there are a number of different factors that you should consider. One of those factors includes whether or not you have a disability. Even if you do not have a disability, you also need to be prepared if you areRead More …


World Gateway to Discriminating Vacation and Travel Experiences

More and more people are traveling, but vacations aren’t getting any cheaper. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to take a trip to an exotic place but never felt you could afford it. After all, luxury resorts are usually far beyond the average family’s price range, right? That’s why so many peopleRead More …


A Smart And Safe Way To Carry Your Laptop In Tow

Laptops are a great investment. They provide an easier way to work and to have fun. Keeping that laptop in tiptop shape should be of importance to you as well. Here’s what you should look for in choosing a great laptop bag or case. Laptops were made for convenience. WithRead More …


Photocopied Travel Letter To Home

As they drove from Traverse City, illinois to Tucson, Arizona, I wrote a series of letters, & photocopied them to send to relatives & friends. This was the first of the two. Travel Letter #1 Saturday, 12/13/03 – nice morning. Welcome to our holiday form letter. we are in ArizonaRead More …


A Guide to the Poconos

Populated by Native-American Indians, the name Pocono means “stream between two mountains,” and rightly so, since the Delaware River runs between two mountains. The history of the Poconos dates back to the 1800s where the first tourists stayed at boarding houses close to the riverside. Soon New Yorkers and PhiladelphiansRead More …


Guide To Salzburg Austria

Salzburg, Austria is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Mozart. The city is home to numerous music and drama festivals throughout the year. The movie The Sound of Music was filmed in this city and is a popular tourist attraction. The alpine setting of this city gives it aRead More …


A Culture-Fest In Barcelona

Barcelona is one of those cities you can visit again and again. Its fantastic location, within reach of some of Spain’s most beautiful coastline, together with its history, architecture and huge cultural programme is what makes it one of Europe’s most popular city destinations. So, how can you max-out onRead More …


8-Tips for Packing and Traveling Lite

In this day & age of travelling cephalalgia, there’s a few packing tactics to employ. To cut out an extra thirty to forty minutes at the arriving airport, start with packing small luggage. Since carry-ons can not exceed a linear dimension of 45 inches, you can escape the fiasco ofRead More …


5 Days In Amsterdam

All was still. Around one hundred people had settled in the rest room for the overnight ferry crossing from Hull to Holland. It was pitch black and the only sounds were the faint humming of the engines and the odd snorer. All the seats had been snapped up so IRead More …


Planning Your European Trip

Europe is the most popular destination for tourists. There are several important things to keep in mind before calling your travel agent and booking your next vacation: 1. Your Budget: Set your budget. This includes transportation cost and souvenir/s. If your budget is smaller, you should visit Eastern Europe, lookingRead More …


Spain for Travelers

A land of romance and exotic tastes, Spain is a place to be taken in with great gulps. If you are planning a trip, here is an overview of the country. Overview of Spain for Travelers The official name of the country is the Kingdom of Spain. It covers anRead More …


Milton Keynes City guide

Milton Keynes is a city of contrasts. It combines the fun and enjoyment of city life with plenty of scope for leisure and relaxation. Busy and prosperous, its prime location promises business success and offers the sophistication and innovation to rival any other city. Milton Keynes is famous as aRead More …


Malta

The Mediterranean island of Malta is one of the major tourist destinations for many West-European countries and is gaining popularity outside of Europe as well. About Malta Malta is a small island state, with a population of around 400,000. The country’s official languages are Maltese and also English, which isRead More …


Malmö, Sweden

Malmo is the capital of the province of Skane in southwestern Sweden. In the 16th century it was a major fishing port, competing with Copenhagen as Scandinavia`s most influential city. Today the city is well-known for its busy harbor, as well as for its rich architectural heritage. The imposing 16th-centuryRead More …


Latvia: An Undiscovered Paradise

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall many parts of Eastern Europe have become widely accessible to tourists for the first time. Cities such as Prague and Budapest had been a mystery for so long but now take centre stage on the European tourism map. Riga, the capital city ofRead More …


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