Vacationing in Lake George – What’s to Love About Lake George, NY?

Vacation can be a treat when visiting the "Queen of American Lakes", Lake George, located in the Adirondack Park of upstate New York. It is a picturesque 32 miles long, with crystal clear waters highlighted by numerous islands. Several boat companies offer tours of the lake. A ride on the steamboat Minne-Ha-Ha will remind you of life on Lake George in the late 1800's. Longer rides will take you through the Narrows, truly a breathtaking experience. Bring a camera; you'll want a photo album of

European Cruise – Never A Waste Of Money

A cruise along the European coastline, wouldn't that be just a dream come true? If only you had the time and money to go on board a cruise ship and visit all those ports in the Mediterranean, to then go around the Iberian Peninsula to the North Sea up, up, and away almost to Siberia. It's a dream, isn't it? Wrong! If you are planning on traveling to Europe and you think cruising is the most expensive way, you are making a serious mistake. There are many ways of getting to know Europe. You can

Secret Holidays in England

When you think of holidays in England I wonder what images enter your head first? Maybe the famous red buses in London? Or possibly the splendour of Windsor Castle, the Tower of London or Buckingham Palace? All of those images point to some great features of England for visitors but there is a hidden side to the country. If you try and move away from the well-trodden routes of the tourist trail you'll find some real gems. A great example of this is the South West of England. This is a region

A Guide to South Africa’s Winelands

In 1652 the Dutch East India company establishment a refreshment station at the Cape of Good Hope aiming to provide fresh food to the company's fleet on voyages to India and surrounding areas. As a result of this trading station South Africa now boasts a flourishing wine industry and colourful, multi-cultural nation. The fertile soil and Mediterranean climate of the Western Cape, makes the Cape Winelands one of the most renowned wine producing areas in the world. The Western Cape is also coo

Demographics of Flagstaff Arizona

So what's up with the Flag? Well after having been reviewing the area we find that the Flag is Fine. Flagstaff has been growing for quite some time since it was named after a pine tree used for a flag pole in 1876 as the travelers come to the top of the mountain on the old trail. Although not as fast as the other mega growth parts of Arizona, it has been holding it's own against the growth of other parts of this great nation.

The GMP Gross Metropolitan Product grew about 6.3% during the

Five Star Maui Hotel Heaven

Looking for a paradise hotel for your wedding night? Maui Hotels are renowned for their high level of excellence and value in one of the world's premier vacation destinations. >From enormous deluxe rooms to championship golf courses, each hotel offers something out of the ordinary. Here we have selected five quality, five star hotels which are perfect places to create a heavenly marriage or unforgettable vacation. Each fabulous hotel is highlighted below for its main service strengths and ex

A Marriage Made in Maui Heaven

Looking for a paradise wedding, or have friends that are looking for the perfect place to get married? We have lots of romantic ideas for a heavenly Maui wedding. At the beach, near a waterfall or in a chapel, with the fragrance of tropical flowers borne on gentle trade winds caressing your face -- a Maui sun bids 'Aloha' to another day in Paradise. It is quite simply, the perfect place to celebrate your wedding vows. Here are a few of the ingredients that will imprint your wedding day on you

Wyoming Update

What is New in the Cities The Union Pacific Railroad line stretched from Omaha to Sacramento and helped open the West. Its depot in Cheyenne was the showcase structure of its kind along the rail line. As with many old depots, the building had deteriorated from disuse due to the switch from passenger to freight service. After 14 years of work and about $13 million in private and public money, the Cheyenne U.P. Depot once again shines. The lobby has been beautifully restored to its 1929 art deco

The Lobster’s Tale: Through the Eyes of a Cape Cod Lobsterman

Once upon a time if Cape Codders wanted a grand lobster feast they merely walked down to the shore, waded in and plucked all they could carry by the armload. In fact, the Pilgrim Miles Standish reported that, after a good nor'easter, lobsters could be found in piles eighteen inches deep at the water's edge and gathered without anyone even getting their toes wet. Homarus Americanus, alternatively known as the New England, Maine, or Atlantic lobster, once thrived in such profundity here on Cape

Southampton Airport: a cheap gateway to the UK?

The rise of the internet seems to have brought many benefits, one of which has undoubtedly been the increasing flexibility that we now have at our disposal when booking holidays. This is particularly true in the case of flights. Online flight price comparison websites ensure that we can shop around to seek out the best deal from a variety of agents and airlines. People flying to and from the United Kingdom have possibly benefited more than most. There seem to be numerous budget airlines based

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