Travel destinations Archive

Now is the time to travel: travel prices are the lowest

Pack your suitcases because right now just might be the best time to travel. A lot of people are shying away from traveling due to the fear of the current state of the economy. Sites such as Easy Vacation Planning have reported that both domestic, as well as international, travel prices are the lowest that they have seen in two years. Companies like U.S. Airlines are cutting prices to make traveling by air more affordable. People are now buying tickets from airline companies to Europe for under $500.00 and for Australia for under $1,000.00. Travel companies are offering hotel stays for fabulous destinations world-wide for next to nothing. If you log onto Google and simply type in “cheap vacations” you will be greeted by endless opportunities. (more…)

Israel – Main sights

A country that has a history has a spans over more than five thousand years, Israel is one of the most historic destinations in the world. Such immense historical significance has made the nation an exceedingly rewarding destination with travelers from all over the world. The sheer number of sights here will either leave you gasping in awe or scratching your head in confusion as to where to go first. Things such as the Dead Sea Scrolls at the Israel Museum, sipping coffee in the mornings at the ancient Jaffa’s many cafes, partying at Tel Aviv, all this and more, makes for a power packed destination that is among the most complete in the world. (more…)

Benin – An Undiscovered Gem

Benin is a minuscule nation in the West of Africa that borders Nigeria and Togo. The country is small in size, but there are a number of tourist attractions in the country that includes museums, national parks and more. Also, the country is home to the old town of Abomey, which was declared a world heritage site by the UNESCO. (more…)

Quebec – Festival Province

Quebec is known for its huge number of festivals that are held every year. There are more than four hundred festivals that are held in the region in one year, and these span a whole range of themes and reasons for celebrations. All of these are celebrated in different ways and attract tourists from all over the world. There are a huge number of different festivals that are of interest to almost every body that has a hobby or an interest. (more…)

Things to do in Seattle

Downtown Seattle’s core is like a mix of cultures- combining everything that makes the city work. Boutique shops and flagship department stores mix it up with government and finance offices. Buildings constructed during the Gold Rush are right next door to 21st century architecture. (more…)

Things to do in Lake Tahoe

Beginning in late autumn and continuing through the winter and spring, the Sierra Nevada mountain region becomes a winter wonderland. Snow is measured in feet, not inches, and a normal winter will see accumulations of 30 to 40 feet in the higher elevations. Winter can last up to six months in the mountains, which is great news for winter sports enthusiasts. The temperatures stay relatively mild, usually above freezing during the day and only dropping into the 20s at night. During most days, the sun shines and adds the perfect finishing touch to the ideal winter vacation. (more…)