Monthly Archives: April 2016

Must-See Attractions in the Three Main Districts of Rome

To get the most from a visit to Rome, first-time visitors should plan what they want to see in this breathtaking city. Roman history, fine art, ancient monuments, and glorious palazzi are packed into this hilly city, which is not … Continue reading

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Ringling Ca’d’ Zan Mansion in Sarasota

Within the 66-acre grounds of the Ringling Museum of Art is the stunningly beautiful Venetian-Gothic Ca’ d’Zan mansion which was the home of circus entrepreneur John Ringling and his wife Mable, from the mid-1920s until 1936. It is now open … Continue reading

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Family Friendly Anaheim Hotels on Disneyland’s Doorstep

Anaheim, CA is a great place to stay for families visiting the area’s theme parks and attractions. Notably, Anaheim is the home of Disneyland, the Angel Stadium, and the Anaheim Convention Center. Those looking for Flights to Anaheim CA have … Continue reading

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A Splash of Color at Fairchild Tropical Botanical Gardens

The extensive landscaped gardens at Fairchild offer a fantastic day out, just 12 miles south of Miami. It is a very pleasant, if somewhat slow drive through the historic tree-lined avenues of Coral Gables to reach the gardens on Old … Continue reading

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Munching in München: Food and Drink in Munich

Photo by Bill Dillard via Trover.com Munich, locally known as München, is the capital of the German state of Bavaria, once a wealthy kingdom in its own right. Best known for its world-famous Oktoberfest, the area produces some outstanding beers … Continue reading

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Downtown Cancún– the Real Mexico!

Many visitors to Cancún think that this beautiful resort only consists of a sandy strip of hotels and shops between the Caribbean Sea and the Nichupté Lagoon. Read on to find out how much they miss by not hopping onto … Continue reading

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Things to Do around Boca Raton

Things to Do around Boca Raton Boca Raton is an upmarket planned community 45 miles north of Miami and 28 miles south of West Palm Beach. It has far more in common with West Palm Beach as both cities were … Continue reading

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Ft Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale – Yachting Capital of the World Fort Lauderdale seems to have it all – a warm sunny climate, 23 miles of sandy beaches, luxury yachts moored beside billionaire mansions and a host of shopping opportunities, museums and interesting … Continue reading

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Things to Do in Orlando for Free

Things to Do in Orlando for Free Taking a family vacation in Orlando can be an expensive trip; in fact long-haul visitors spend an average of $4,000 per visit. If you want to take a break from shopping and expensive … Continue reading

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Traditional and Cultural Things to Do in Dubai

Photo by Megan Smith via Trover.com If you want to take home more than just a nice suntan and bags of shopping, consider delving deeper into Dubai’s culture with some of the more authentic activities on offer. Tour a mosque, … Continue reading

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Planning a Trip to New York City as a First-Time Visitor

Getting to New York City is easy. This exciting city welcomes over 50 million visitors every year. Whether you are arriving from another U.S. state, or making an international trip,flights to New York City are plentiful and cheap. Airport Transfers … Continue reading

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