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20/03/2018

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FRUGALMONKEY.COM is the place to look for travel deals, online travel guides, work abroad advice, and other travel resources.

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22/01/2018

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Welcome to Stanfords – The World’s Biggest and Best Map and Travel Bookshop.

For over 160 years, explorers, travellers and adventurers have looked to us as map specialists to get them where they need to go, and back again.

When Edward Stanford set up as a map seller in 1853, he couldn’t have dreamt of where the journey would lead. He started off on the Strand and then a map shop on Cockspur Street, but before long he had to expand, ultimately moving to Covent Garden and our home on Long Acre, where we’ve been since 1901.

Today, every floor of our Victorian home is packed with maps, travel guides and inspirational travel writing; with beautiful hand-made globes and detailed atlases, as well as essential travel accessories for every occasion.

We bring people closer to the writers who have been there through our schedule of book events and signings. We help visitors to London explore more of the greatest city in the world and when they need a rest there’s always our Cafe for a cup of tea and a cake.

We offer site-specific digital mapping on demand, which means we can create bespoke wall maps that bring cartographic beauty into any home, or provide custom mapping for the most exacting of hikers.

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Exotic Estates International

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Villa Sabai Jai – Koh Tao, Thailand

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Mead Brown Costa Rica

A boutique vacation rental firm offering extraordinary private villas and homes plus premium condominiums for those who expect excellent value, personal service and supremely comfortable accommodations.

Eden Roc at Cap Cana

Offering exclusive luxury in the Dominican Republic, Eden Roc at Cap Cana, the only Relais & Chateaux hotel on the island, features 34 freestanding suites with private pools and stunning views.

Maikhao Dream Villa Resort and Spa – Phuket, Thailand

Qantas Vacations: New South Wales Essential Luxury

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Tanzania

The 77-room Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti opened in December 2012 and is particularly well-suited for first-time safari travelers, extended families and groups.

7 Secrets Resort & Wellness Retreat – Lombok, Indonesia

Opening December 15, 2015. There’s a sense of exclusivity about 7 Secrets Resort and Wellness Retreat that starts the moment you check in.

PlaneSense, Inc.

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Natai Beach Resort & Spa, Phang-Nga – Phuket, Thailand





07/12/2017

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Hi. Welcome to Greece Travel for 2015, my 19th Season of writing my Greece Travel Guides. This is the index for all my Greece Travel websites. I attempted to organize it so that people would not get lost so easily and even though some say it is fun to be lost, occasionally you need a place to come back to and get your bearings. This is that place. This is the main index and the links below are secondary indexes which lead to thousands of other pages. You may want to save this page to your favorite places so you can find it again. If you have any questions or can’t decide what you want to do or you can’t find a page that you were looking for you can always e-mail me. This site contains no cookies or obnoxious pop-up ads or tricks to make you click on something you don’t care about. Some pages do open new windows but most don’t so you can easily find your way back to where you started by using your browser arrows. Every page has been created and is edited individually so my Greece Travel website is literally handmade.

See the Chinese version of my Greece Travel Guide at 希腊旅游手册

My Greece Travel Guide began as a hobby in 1995 and since then it has grown in popularity and size. 99% of the material in my guides was written by myself. I don’t have a staff. I took all the photos with the exception of some of the historical ones. I update the site continuously so unlike a guidebook I don’t have to wait for the next printing to fix a mistake. People have been asking me how they can contribute. First of all you can contribute by using the agencies I recommend, found on my Travel Agents Page. Without their support this site could not exist. Another way to contribute is to help spread the word about my Greece Travel Guides. Tell your friends. Tell your family. Tell strangers on the travel bulletin boards. If you have your own website or blog make a link. If you are on Facebook or Google+ you can use the button at the bottom of this and many of the other pages. The only way I can compete with the big commercial sites is with your help. If you plan to book hotels on your own without the use of a travel agent you can go through my Booking.com affiliate page which I get a small commission from. You can also buy one of my Greece Travel T-shirts which will enable you to get discounts in shops and restaurants in Greece.

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06/12/2017

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PHILADELPHIA. May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Atlantic City rolls out the red carpet for families and takes our top spot.

1. Atlantic City, New Jersey AC is within a day’s drive of 1/3 of the country’s population. AC’s unique attractions include a Surf School and the country’s third tallest lighthouse. Even transportation is unique: Jitneys and Rolling Chairs. More adventurous? Consider a Helicopter or Parasailing adventure. But this resort city offers so much more: Joe Holiday’s magic show, Steel Pier, Ripley’s Odditorium, a White House (famous for submarines), Tony’s and Gilchrist for breakfast. Ready for the original salt water taffy and fudge? It started here with Steel’s, James and Fralinger’s. The Caesars Pier water show, Boardwalk Hall light show and the Waterfront Sculpture Walk are hidden treasures. The AC Sheraton’s location (near the Tanger Outlets) is the perfect launching pad to DO AC.

2. Miami Beach, Florida We love Miami in the summer because the water is so warm. Miami is about great food and diverse culture. Start with a Grace Della food tour to learn about Miami’s culinary history. The Seaquarium and Jungle Island shows are exceptional, as is the new PAMM . Don’t miss the attractions of the Historic Redland Trail . For food we love The Pub, Big Pink and Casola’s for pizza. The place to stay in Miami Beach is The Palms Hotel Spa .

3. Cape Ann, MA An hour north of Boston. Cape Ann has two of our favorite beaches, Good Harbor and Wingaersheek. Gloucester is a hard working fishing port that blends incredible food, art, shopping and culture into everything it does. Tour Beauport and Hammond Castle. then take a harbor cruise. Eat at The Gloucester House, Woodman’s and the Clam Box. Neighboring Rockport and Bearskin Neck have been hot spots for years. Rockport Inn Suites is a great spot to stay.

4. Rehoboth Beach, DE The bandstand and boardwalk are loaded with fun family shops, restaurants and more. After the beach head to Funland then Nicola Pizza . We also love Thrashers Fries, Capriotti’s, and the Ice Cream Store. Rent a house and bikes or consider one of the great lodging choices in the area.

5. Outer Banks, North Carolina It’s all here from Spooky Blackbeard pirate stores on Okracoke Island. to Orville and Wilbur Wright in Kitty Hawk . Ferry rides and jumping around from town to town provides adventure. Wildlife and sports enthusiasts will enjoy fishing, birding, kiteboarding, wind surfing (no place beats this place), wild horses, lighthouses and more. Awful Arthur’s Oyster Bar in Kill Devil Hills is a family friendly dining option but OBX has many great options.

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23/11/2017

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Flexible schedules and convenient connections make Metra, the Chicago area’s commuter rail system, great for family travel to recreation and fun.

Our 10-Ride ticket can be shared by people riding together. On weekends, our $8 Weekend Pass is good for unlimited rides on all Metra lines. And our Weekend Family Fares allow up to 3 children age 11 and under to ride FREE on Metra with a fare-paying adult. You can use your Monthly, 10-Ride Ticket or you can purchase either a one-way ticket or Metra’s Weekend Pass.

For Metra and CTA fare and schedule information, phone the Travel Information Center at 836-7000 from city and suburban area codes. (TTY 312-836-4949)

E-mail us at Metra with your mailing address and we’ll send you your FREE travel toolkit that includes our easy-to-use Travel Guide, which gives travel information from our downtown terminals to Chicago attractions, and a schedule for the line nearest your home. With our travel tool kit you’ll have everything you need to plan a hassle-free day of fun in the city.

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12/11/2017

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Riviera Travel offers various itineraries on a number of rivers across Europe, as well as sailings on the Mekong River, offering a voyage to suit all tastes and interests on-board some of the world s most stylish ships and at amazing value. All the line s fantastic ships offer magnificent dining experience on-board, along with comfortable and stylish surroundings which ensure you have a truly relaxing holiday.

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One of the things that Riviera Travel prides itself on is its passion for creating the ideal package. Since the company launched in 1984, it has constantly worked hard to perfect every individual part of each itinerary, so it s not just the ship that is unforgettable but the whole experience, from the moment you leave your front door to the time you arrive back home. When it comes to exploring ashore, many of the excursions you will enjoy are walking tours, and Riviera always guarantee that each is run by a knowledgeable guide who speaks English fluently and knows the best tour routes to let you see every major attraction as well as the best of the lesser-known sights.

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No matter which Riviera river cruise ship you choose and no matter where you want to explore, you ll enjoy your holiday from the comfort of your own home from home, where contemporary design and d cor combine to create the perfect ambience. Whichever accommodation you choose, you ll be able to sink into a lavish hotel-style bed dressed in fine cotton and linens. For your convenience, the majority of Riviera vessels offer tea and coffee-making facilities in your room and the water is perfectly safe to drink. You ll also enjoy individually-controlled air conditioning in your room.

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From the moment you arrive in your ship s dining room, you ll understand just what an experience dining is on-board each Riviera Travel ship. Smart, professional and intuitive staff will be waiting to escort you to your table, dressed with the finest cutlery and china. Whichever river you are exploring, your menu is always a four-course culinary event, and each day, your menu offers a tantalising combination of international favourites and dishes reflecting your daily ports of call and created using locally-sourced ingredients. Though dinner is always an occasion, it is even more memorable at the beginning and towards the end of your voyage, when you ll enjoy both the Welcome Dinner and Captain s Gala Dinner. Each morning, you ll also be able to enjoy a mouth-watering breakfast buffet and day or night, an open seating policy ensures a relaxed experience.

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Outside of your cabin, stylish surroundings are a continuing theme, with elegant public lounge areas offering the perfect atmosphere in which to relax with fellow guests, share a drink or even enjoy a game of bridge or chess. Your ship s well-stocked bar offers all your favourites and more, as well as stunning panoramic views of the passing scenery. Indeed, when it comes to scenery, your ship s sun deck is another great place to take it all in, equipped with both outdoor chairs and sun-loungers. If you feel the need to cool off there s a small splash pool on-board Riviera ships as well as a putting green and a giant chess board if you feel like keeping both body and mind active while on the river. Ships also boast a spa, sauna and steam room if you re in need of a little mid-cruise pampering.





06/11/2017

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A friend and I participated in a tour offered by Peregrine Adventures called “Mexico in Depth” from 19 November – 2 December 2007. It was our understanding that the Peregrine tour was more sophisticated than the less expensive “Gecko’s” tour, also offered by Peregrine Adventures (the parent company). Indeed, each member of the tour group paid more than $1000 more than they would have paid had they selected the equivalent Gecko’s tour. We assumed that this meant that we would be staying in pleasant and comfortable accommodation throughout Mexico.

We were disappointed by the vast majority of hotels selected for us by Peregrine. In particular, we were extremely dissatisfied with the hotels selected for us in Campeche and Playa del Carmen.

In Campeche, we stayed at place called “Hotel Debliz”. It was appalling – run down and dirty to the point where my friend found stains on her bedsheets! Also, it was miles away from the centre of town which was particularly inconvenient when we were only in Campeche for one night.

Playa del Carmen was the last stop on our tour. We expected to stay in the nicest hotel of all at this stage given that it was the last stop and that it and Cancun are areas containing some of the most pleasant hotels in all of Mexico. On the assumption that Peregrine would have selected a nice hotel for us, some members of our tour group had booked extra nights at Hotel Fiesta Banana (accommodation chosen for us by Peregrine) beyond the end of the tour. We arrived at this hotel at about 4:45pm on a Friday evening. As we walked into the reception area we saw the swimming pool which was no bigger than a children’s wading pond. No adult could have swum in such a ‘pool’. Then when we were shown to our rooms, we saw that none of them contained a television. They were smelly and contained curtains that were torn. In one room there was exposed wiring and repairs and in another, the toilet did not flush!

We all left our rooms at the same time after having the same reaction. When we told our local tour leader that we would not stay in such a disgusting hotel, he called Peregrine in Mexico City. When he got off the phone, he explained that they had told him that our dissatisfaction was his problem and that they would not help us to find alternative accommodation. Not wanting to spend the last two nights of our expensive holiday in Mexico in such a terrible place, we had to make alternative arrangements ourselves. This meant that one member of our tour group who had a mobile telephone spent two hours calling other hotels in Playa del Carmen to see if we could find something else.

At that time on a Friday night, most hotels in both Playa del Carmen and Cancun were booked out. Eventually, we were able to find rooms at a 5-star hotel. We all paid for this alternative accommodation ourselves ON TOP of what we had already paid for the accommodation that Peregrine had selected. We also paid for the local tour leader to stay with us at the 5-star hotel. None of us had expected to be staying in a 5-star hotel and so ended up spending more money than we had intended – all because Peregrine had not done its research before booking Hotel Fiesta Banana.

Since we have been back in Australia, we have spoken with various people at Peregrine in Melbourne. We have asked Peregrine to refund the cost of the nights we paid for at Hotel Debliz and Hotel Fiesta Banana as well as at least the difference between the cost of staying at the 5-star hotel and the cost of staying at the other sub-standard hotels. Peregrine has offered to refund us only the cost of the sub-standard hotels they chose for us at a cost of $40 per night. Our tour group wonders why only $40 per night was spent on our accommodation at Playa del Carmen when we paid more than $1000 more per person to be on the Peregrine tour than we would have paid had we chosen the Gecko’s tour. Does this mean that Peregrine would have spent even less than $40 per night on our hotel if we had been on the Gecko’s tour? We shudder to think of the level of accommodation people on the Gecko’s tour would be subjected to. We think that the reason why Peregrine charged us more than it would have had we chosen the Gecko’s tour was not so that it could ensure that we had a more comfortable holiday but so that it could make a greater profit out of us.

We are EXTREMELY disappointed in Peregrine. None of us will ever go on a Peregrine (or Gecko’s) tour again and we would not recommend these tours to any of our friends or family. We are planning to make a formal complaint about Gecko’s to Consumer Affairs Victoria and then start legal action.

I post this message to warn all fellow travellers to Mexico about travelling with Peregrine Adventures. I wouldn’t waste my money on such a tour. If you want to be part of an organised tour, chose one provided by another tour company that does a better job of researching hotels than Peregrine and that has a better manner of dealing with customers.

I hope your trip to Mexico is better than ours was!





04/10/2017

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Cords are made of astral and etheric energy and connect two people�s subtle bodies. They stretch between two people very much like an umbilical cord and transfer emotional energy and chi between the two. It does not matter how far away the other person is, as the cord is not a physical substance and distance is irrelevant, so it is still effective from the other side of the planet.

All babies have a cord going from their belly to their mother after the physical umbilical cord is cut. Some may have extra cords going from the heart, solar plexus or even the head to various parts of the mother�s energy body. The cord or cords that exist during infancy last for a few years and gradually drop off as the child becomes more independent from the mother and does not need the connection any more. Well ideally this would be the case, but here on Earth so many people have emotional issues that very often the cords can last well into adulthood. The cord is supposed to be there to support the baby but in actuality many mothers are emotionally needy and actually use the cord to nourish themselves from the baby�s fresh and abundant energy. Of course this is subconscious and the mother is not really meaning to do this. The baby is usually quite aware of what is happening and will even give the mother extra energy and emotional support through the cord at will. The baby is a very pure and loving being at this stage with only a small amount of astral incarnation and very little ego structure so they want to do all they can for the mother.

Unfortunately as the baby grows up it gradually loses its perception of such metaphysical things and so forgets about the cord. The transfer of emotional energy becomes subconscious for the child as well as the mother and continues to operate for possibly a very long time. Cords between mother and child that last for prolonged periods often cause serious friction between the two parties leading to dysfunctional feelings toward each other. The relationship will suffer as there is bound to be resentment and negative feelings. Imagine you have been drained of energy by your mother for 30 years through a cord that has become thick and gross with negative emotions and emotional neediness. You do not know exactly what is happening but you sense that somehow you are being drained by her. You move to another country to get away but wherever you go it almost feels like she is there with you – she is draining you from afar. This situation is just an example; there are many ways to interact through a cord.

Another common cord is between two lovers. Each wants to share their energy with the other and during sex this is amplified greatly. The feelings of love and sharing are often enough to build a cord. Often these cords are between the bellies but can be in other areas like the heart or solar plexus, etc. So when two people have been in an emotional relationship for a time there is a good chance that the two people have a cord. Depending on the emotional issues of the two, the cord can become gross or can stay fairly clean and be a good thing which helps the two with emotional nurturing. If one partner is needy it is likely that they will drain the other which could eventually lead to resentment by the drained partner. Some cords that become too gross can cause serious problems for a couple and could certainly lead to a break-up. Clearing a cord can help alleviate the emotional intensity so the couple can progress to a more balanced relationship. If a breakup does occur, the cord may stay for a long time and continue to operate, making it hard to let go and to move on with another partner. In this case clearing the cord can do wonders.

Cords can be created between any two people or even groups of people that have emotional relationships. Friends, workmates, enemies can all have cords. They can be used by entities and other dimensional beings to connect with us and drain our energy. It is possible to send a cord to someone you don’t know if you really want to get to know them. For example say you fall in love with someone but have not yet talked to them. It is possible that your desire to have them may send a cord into their energy. It is also possible to consciously create a cord to another person but this is in the domain of black magic. You should never use psychic means to purposely control or affect another�s energy without their permission. There are no exemptions from this rule and the karmic repercussions are enormous!

There are many types but whatever the case a cord is basically a connection between the astral and etheric bodies of two or more beings which allows for an exchange of emotional and/or etheric energy.

Fortunately all cords can be cleared fairly easily. It only takes one of the people to clear the cord and it will be cleared from the other. Through the practices learned in Past Life – Regression you can become aware of all your cords and learn to clear them. Interestingly while exploring a cord you can remember when and how it was created, how you felt about it and how it has been operating while it was there. Often cords can be seen and felt very tangibly and their effects become very apparent. As you enter the subconscious through the Third Eye you can actually remember what was happening in your subconscious during any part of your life. These can be excellent lessons in self exploration. See www.pastlife regression.com

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05/09/2017

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Exotic Estates International

Offering an exquisite collection of luxury vacation rentals in Hawaii, the Caribbean, Mexico, and America’s favorite ski areas.

Villa Sabai Jai – Koh Tao, Thailand

The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa

Mead Brown Costa Rica

A boutique vacation rental firm offering extraordinary private villas and homes plus premium condominiums for those who expect excellent value, personal service and supremely comfortable accommodations.

Eden Roc at Cap Cana

Offering exclusive luxury in the Dominican Republic, Eden Roc at Cap Cana, the only Relais & Chateaux hotel on the island, features 34 freestanding suites with private pools and stunning views.

Maikhao Dream Villa Resort and Spa – Phuket, Thailand

Qantas Vacations: New South Wales Essential Luxury

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Tanzania

The 77-room Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti opened in December 2012 and is particularly well-suited for first-time safari travelers, extended families and groups.

7 Secrets Resort & Wellness Retreat – Lombok, Indonesia

Opening December 15, 2015. There’s a sense of exclusivity about 7 Secrets Resort and Wellness Retreat that starts the moment you check in.

PlaneSense, Inc.

A fractional aircraft ownership program based in Portsmouth, NH, in operation since 1995. It is the only program that combines affordable, practical ownership with world-class service.

Natai Beach Resort & Spa, Phang-Nga – Phuket, Thailand





25/08/2017

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If you are a New Zealand resident person who held, during the tax year, an attributing interest in a foreign investment fund (FIF) comprised of shares in a foreign company or units in a foreign unit trust and you elect to use the comparative value method to calculate your FIF income or loss, use this form for the calculation and complying with the disclosure requirements. Note that this form can only be used for income years ending prior to 31 March 2008.

This form enables a person that has calculated foreign investment fund income or loss using the cost method to disclose the required information concerning their interests. The form does not include a worksheet for calculating FIF income or loss. You can use our foreign investment fund calculator under “Work it out”.

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This form enables a person who has calculated foreign investment fund (FIF) income or loss using the fair dividend rate method to disclose the required information about their interests. The form does not include a worksheet for calculating FIF income or loss. You can use our foreign investment fund calculator – go to “Work it out”.

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CheapThaiTravel.com is your guide to traveling in Thailand. Learn the best time of the year to visit Bangkok, Phuket or Pattaya. Enjoy up to date articles on budget travel or the cost of living in Thailand, famous sites, Thai cultural or business do’s and dont’s, Thailand’s public holidays, and extensive information on Thailand’s great beaches and islands. Our site will continue to be expanded to provide an up to date collection of information including exclusive articles on travel to all parts of Thailand and other Southeast Asian travel destinations.

Traveling in Thailand

By: Alex Smith

One of the great things about Thailand for the traveller is the variety of places to visit. From the urban chaos of Bangkok, to the beautiful mountains of the north, to the amazing beaches and islands of the coast Thailand offers the visitor a wide range of alternatives when choosing a vacation.

Most visitors arrive first in Bangkok. Despite the heat, traffic, pollution and crowds Bangkok has a lot to offer in the way of tourist attractions. The old town around the Royal Palace is the cultural heart of Thailand and is full of temples markets and traditional shop house architecture. The centre of Bangkok with its towering skyscrapers, gleaming department stores and luxury hotels is not only the business district but also the main entertainment area. Bangkok is a truly cosmopolitan city fueled by an unparalleled energy.

The north of Thailand is very different. Ancient and beautiful towns dotted with the golden roofs of ancient temples lie in the valleys and plains flanked by tree lined mountains populated, not only by northern Thais, but also by ethnic minorities with their own languages, dress and traditions. Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are the two most visited towns and both serve as a good base to explore this beautiful and remote part of Asia.

At the other end of the country along the miles and miles of coastline you can find some of the best beaches in the world. There are choices for all tastes and budgets. Phuket is sophisticated and developed with not only great beaches but also a plethora of opportunities for sailing, diving, golf and fishing. Whether you want peace and quiet or music and action, in Phuket it’s always only a short distance away. Nearby Krabi is perfect for a family holiday with beautiful white sand and dramatic limestone scenery.

In the Gulf of Thailand Koh Samui provides a world class alternative with a wider range of cheaper accommodation. Nearby Koh Phangan is still comparatively basic and budget travelers enjoy the peace and quiet of what, at times, resembles paradise. Further away, near Cambodia, Koh Chang is also very quiet. If you want a beach resort with attitude, then head to Pattaya. Some love it, some hate it but it is never short of energy.

Throughout Thailand one is never far away from history and its legacy. The ancient capitals of Sukothai and Ayuthaya are both remnants of a glorious past. Through Isaan there are hundreds of examples of the power of the Khmer empire of Angkor. Both Phanam Rung in Buriram and Phimai in Korat are as good examples of Angkorian architecture as one can find.

West of Bangkok is Kanchanaburi and the famous, if tragic, Bridge over the River Kwai. Built by slave labour and allied prisoners during the Japanese occupation of World War II, it is a somber reminder of recent history and the suffering of war. Around Kanchanaburi there is also beautiful mountain countryside and waterfalls.

Whether you are a history enthusiast, a water baby, a party animal or just in need of peace and quiet the odds are in your favour that somewhere in Thailand you can find what you want.

About The Author

Alex Smith maintains and manages the Cheap Thailand Travel website at http://www.cheapthaitravel.com – All of the materials on this site are the sole property and responsibility of Cheapthaitravel.com. This material may not be reproduced in any form without express written permission.

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A cradle of civilization, learning, and culture, Egypt is as old as mankind and unlike anything else in the world. It has been called the first tourist destination in the world, having attracted the ancient Greeks and Romans to come peer at its storied architectural marvels. Located where Asia touches Africa, it exquisitely blends the tradition and timelessness of both continents. With a mysticism and uniqueness of culture that sparks the imagination of globetrotters unlike almost anything else, is it any surprise that Egypt ranks with the world’s foremost travel hotspots?

Sporting a Red Sea coastline teeming with posh resorts, as well as unrivaled heritage tourism (the pyramids! the Sphinx!), Egypt’s siren song echoes powerfully across the desert. The Nile wends its way across the otherwise starkly dry land, bringing life and vibrancy wherever it goes. History is engraved on Egypt unmistakably, the centuries written on the landscape: there are medieval churches, rubble created by the ravages of World Wars, and countless temples, mosques, and landmarks erected by pharaohs, conquerors, and kings as dynasties came and went with the slipping by of eons.

Ride camels over the sand dunes, dive phenomenal coral reefs, and gaze up at the impassive, eternal face of the Sphinx as the day slips into night in smudgy washes of violet and blue. Revel in everything Egypt has to offer, and spare a moment to appreciate how many before you have trod these roads.

Top Egypt Attractions

Cairo

Enormous and densely populated, Cairo dwarfs every other city in not just the Middle East, but Africa as well. This is your gateway to the pyramids of Giza! Visit Coptic Cairo, the oldest part of the city and the birthplace of Christianity in Africa. The enormous Egyptian Antiquities Museum contains countless treasures from the pyramids and beyond—pharoahs’ jewels, sarcophagi, and clay pottery. The golden death mask of King Tut is here! The pyramids of Dahshur and Saqqara may not be as well known as those at Giza, but they are well-worth a visit and you’ll have to compete with a lot fewer tourists to get a peak. In particular, the stone step pyramid of Saqqara is a standout! Don’t miss the bustling city market scene, or the mellow social joys of sharing a water pipe with friends at a hookah bar.

Luxor

The historical gateway to the Valley of the Kings is also considered the world’s largest open-air museum. The city was constructed on the ruins of Thebes, one of the great cities of the ancient world. The necropolis of Thebes is still a major attraction, drawing millions to gaze at the ruins and tombs of the West Bank. Check out the Luxor Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built around 1400 BC, as well as the Luxor Museum, which contains a number of Theban artifacts. History buffs will enjoy the Mummification Museum, where you can learn all about the ancient embalming process that preserved the pharaohs. A relaxing felucca boat ride is another quintessential experience while in town.

Alexandria

Named for Alexander the Great, who hand-selected it as the capital of his vast empire, it’s not hard to understand why “Alex” was considered fit for a king. It perches on the Mediterranean Sea, all shining water and grandeur. The twentieth century has seen the rebuilding of the library here, in honor of the ancient one that was burned (along with a fair bit of the world’s written knowledge at the time), a shining and magnificent thing with a planetarium, conference center, and attached museum. One of Alexandria’s most enjoyable areas is the Corniche, a shopping, dining, and retail hub that runs along the waterfront. Stroll the storefronts, take in a bite to eat, or sunbathe on the beach. Notably, the booksellers of Alexandria are some of the best-stocked and numerous in the world… bibliophiles will go mad with excitement here.

The Pyramids of Giza

The pyramids of Giza hardly need an introduction. Iconic symbols of Egypt and an instant visual association with the country, these structures are a priceless treasures and a mindblowing testament to man’s architectural ingenuity in a time before construction equipment and cranes. The largest of the pyramids, the Great Pyramid, is the only surviving Wonder of the Ancient World. Don’t miss a visit with the timeless Sphinx, a massive creature constructed from a single block of sandstone and guarding his own temple. Most of the pyramids are open for visitation and exploration, although ongoing restoration and preservation efforts close them down from time to time. For an unforgettable treat, take a nighttime tour and bask in the glory of the pyramids rising from the gleaming sand under the moonlight.

Nile River Cruising

For millennia, the Nile River has been the lifeblood of Egypt, bringing hydration and fertility to the desert as well as a natural means of conveyance. Boats still sail the Nile today, and many of them do so simply for the pleasure of soaking in Egypt’s beauty from her most famous waters. Shuttle between Cairo and Aswan in luxury and comfort, drinking up every landmark along the way. Many of the ships that cruise the Nile are actually floating hotels, so extensive, luxe, and fantastic are their accommodations. This is an experience that truly combines the best of land and sea. Claim a sun chair, sip a drink, and watch a panorama of history go by!





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PHILADELPHIA. May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Atlantic City rolls out the red carpet for families and takes our top spot.

1. Atlantic City, New Jersey AC is within a day’s drive of 1/3 of the country’s population. AC’s unique attractions include a Surf School and the country’s third tallest lighthouse. Even transportation is unique: Jitneys and Rolling Chairs. More adventurous? Consider a Helicopter or Parasailing adventure. But this resort city offers so much more: Joe Holiday’s magic show, Steel Pier, Ripley’s Odditorium, a White House (famous for submarines), Tony’s and Gilchrist for breakfast. Ready for the original salt water taffy and fudge? It started here with Steel’s, James and Fralinger’s. The Caesars Pier water show, Boardwalk Hall light show and the Waterfront Sculpture Walk are hidden treasures. The AC Sheraton’s location (near the Tanger Outlets) is the perfect launching pad to DO AC.

2. Miami Beach, Florida We love Miami in the summer because the water is so warm. Miami is about great food and diverse culture. Start with a Grace Della food tour to learn about Miami’s culinary history. The Seaquarium and Jungle Island shows are exceptional, as is the new PAMM . Don’t miss the attractions of the Historic Redland Trail . For food we love The Pub, Big Pink and Casola’s for pizza. The place to stay in Miami Beach is The Palms Hotel Spa .

3. Cape Ann, MA An hour north of Boston. Cape Ann has two of our favorite beaches, Good Harbor and Wingaersheek. Gloucester is a hard working fishing port that blends incredible food, art, shopping and culture into everything it does. Tour Beauport and Hammond Castle. then take a harbor cruise. Eat at The Gloucester House, Woodman’s and the Clam Box. Neighboring Rockport and Bearskin Neck have been hot spots for years. Rockport Inn Suites is a great spot to stay.

4. Rehoboth Beach, DE The bandstand and boardwalk are loaded with fun family shops, restaurants and more. After the beach head to Funland then Nicola Pizza . We also love Thrashers Fries, Capriotti’s, and the Ice Cream Store. Rent a house and bikes or consider one of the great lodging choices in the area.

5. Outer Banks, North Carolina It’s all here from Spooky Blackbeard pirate stores on Okracoke Island. to Orville and Wilbur Wright in Kitty Hawk . Ferry rides and jumping around from town to town provides adventure. Wildlife and sports enthusiasts will enjoy fishing, birding, kiteboarding, wind surfing (no place beats this place), wild horses, lighthouses and more. Awful Arthur’s Oyster Bar in Kill Devil Hills is a family friendly dining option but OBX has many great options.

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Virtually all of the famous print travel guides have online counterparts. Most are just as packed with information, photos and maps as their print versions. Most also have planning tools, community, deals and other online-specific features. Surprisingly, for sites that offer information about travel and moving around the world, many don t have mobile versions of their websites, though some do have apps or iBook versions.

If you ve ever browsed the print versions of many of these travel guides, you know that they re largely similar, and the one that works best for you is largely a matter of subjective taste. That s true online, as well. I d recommend sampling what each has to offer before picking out a few favorites to return to as trusted resources.

Arrivalguides.com

Billing itself as the world s largest network of free travel guides, Arrivalguides.com is unique in that it s entirely web-based, and all of its guides are available as free, high-quality PDF downloads. Although the website is available in either English or Swedish, if you click through to individual destination cities you ll often find options to download the guide in different languages, including the local language spoken at the destination. Arrivalguides.com doesn t have a mobile version, but does offer free downloads of its most popular guides in the iTunes app store.

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Wikitravel

The Wikipedia of travel, Wikitravel is an open source worldwide travel guide with more than 23,000 destination guides and other articles written and edited by Wikitravellers from around the globe. Wikitravel s site automatically detects access from mobile devices and reformats itself for mobile viewing. There are two (paid) apps that use Wikitravel data available in the iTunes app store.

Yahoo Travel

Yahoo Travel is the most fully-featured travel vertical offered by the three major search engines. In addition to numerous research guides and booking tools, you can also create a profile, creating maps of places you ve been or want to go, organizing your travel photo albums, plans and ratings and reviews. Surprisingly, for a company that does so much with mobile, the Yahoo Travel website doesn t automatically detect mobile devices, yet Yahoo Travel does have a mobile version available at m.travel.yahoo.com.

All of these online travel guides offer useful information and tools but all to a degree are steeped in tradition and don t fully take advantage of the interactive potential of the web. Not to worry an entire new generation of travel research and planning tools has emerged with some seriously cool features baked in that make the travel planning process a delight. They are the focus in the next installment of this series, Travel Planning Tools: The Next Generation (coming soon).





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A cradle of civilization, learning, and culture, Egypt is as old as mankind and unlike anything else in the world. It has been called the first tourist destination in the world, having attracted the ancient Greeks and Romans to come peer at its storied architectural marvels. Located where Asia touches Africa, it exquisitely blends the tradition and timelessness of both continents. With a mysticism and uniqueness of culture that sparks the imagination of globetrotters unlike almost anything else, is it any surprise that Egypt ranks with the world’s foremost travel hotspots?

Sporting a Red Sea coastline teeming with posh resorts, as well as unrivaled heritage tourism (the pyramids! the Sphinx!), Egypt’s siren song echoes powerfully across the desert. The Nile wends its way across the otherwise starkly dry land, bringing life and vibrancy wherever it goes. History is engraved on Egypt unmistakably, the centuries written on the landscape: there are medieval churches, rubble created by the ravages of World Wars, and countless temples, mosques, and landmarks erected by pharaohs, conquerors, and kings as dynasties came and went with the slipping by of eons.

Ride camels over the sand dunes, dive phenomenal coral reefs, and gaze up at the impassive, eternal face of the Sphinx as the day slips into night in smudgy washes of violet and blue. Revel in everything Egypt has to offer, and spare a moment to appreciate how many before you have trod these roads.

Top Egypt Attractions

Cairo

Enormous and densely populated, Cairo dwarfs every other city in not just the Middle East, but Africa as well. This is your gateway to the pyramids of Giza! Visit Coptic Cairo, the oldest part of the city and the birthplace of Christianity in Africa. The enormous Egyptian Antiquities Museum contains countless treasures from the pyramids and beyond—pharoahs’ jewels, sarcophagi, and clay pottery. The golden death mask of King Tut is here! The pyramids of Dahshur and Saqqara may not be as well known as those at Giza, but they are well-worth a visit and you’ll have to compete with a lot fewer tourists to get a peak. In particular, the stone step pyramid of Saqqara is a standout! Don’t miss the bustling city market scene, or the mellow social joys of sharing a water pipe with friends at a hookah bar.

Luxor

The historical gateway to the Valley of the Kings is also considered the world’s largest open-air museum. The city was constructed on the ruins of Thebes, one of the great cities of the ancient world. The necropolis of Thebes is still a major attraction, drawing millions to gaze at the ruins and tombs of the West Bank. Check out the Luxor Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built around 1400 BC, as well as the Luxor Museum, which contains a number of Theban artifacts. History buffs will enjoy the Mummification Museum, where you can learn all about the ancient embalming process that preserved the pharaohs. A relaxing felucca boat ride is another quintessential experience while in town.

Alexandria

Named for Alexander the Great, who hand-selected it as the capital of his vast empire, it’s not hard to understand why “Alex” was considered fit for a king. It perches on the Mediterranean Sea, all shining water and grandeur. The twentieth century has seen the rebuilding of the library here, in honor of the ancient one that was burned (along with a fair bit of the world’s written knowledge at the time), a shining and magnificent thing with a planetarium, conference center, and attached museum. One of Alexandria’s most enjoyable areas is the Corniche, a shopping, dining, and retail hub that runs along the waterfront. Stroll the storefronts, take in a bite to eat, or sunbathe on the beach. Notably, the booksellers of Alexandria are some of the best-stocked and numerous in the world… bibliophiles will go mad with excitement here.

The Pyramids of Giza

The pyramids of Giza hardly need an introduction. Iconic symbols of Egypt and an instant visual association with the country, these structures are a priceless treasures and a mindblowing testament to man’s architectural ingenuity in a time before construction equipment and cranes. The largest of the pyramids, the Great Pyramid, is the only surviving Wonder of the Ancient World. Don’t miss a visit with the timeless Sphinx, a massive creature constructed from a single block of sandstone and guarding his own temple. Most of the pyramids are open for visitation and exploration, although ongoing restoration and preservation efforts close them down from time to time. For an unforgettable treat, take a nighttime tour and bask in the glory of the pyramids rising from the gleaming sand under the moonlight.

Nile River Cruising

For millennia, the Nile River has been the lifeblood of Egypt, bringing hydration and fertility to the desert as well as a natural means of conveyance. Boats still sail the Nile today, and many of them do so simply for the pleasure of soaking in Egypt’s beauty from her most famous waters. Shuttle between Cairo and Aswan in luxury and comfort, drinking up every landmark along the way. Many of the ships that cruise the Nile are actually floating hotels, so extensive, luxe, and fantastic are their accommodations. This is an experience that truly combines the best of land and sea. Claim a sun chair, sip a drink, and watch a panorama of history go by!





25/05/2017

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Italy Travels Guide. A London-based Italian Woman Guides You through Italy

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The solution to your Italian travel needs

CITIES

Italy has some of the most romantic and historic cities the world over, a real joy to the eyes.

Due to Italy’s history of different city-states, republics, duchies and grand-duchies, many of the country’s cities were capital cities of their own states and even commanded great empires.

Venice . the Serenissima Repubblica di San Marco, was capital of its empire. Not to mention Rome . capital of the greatest empire of antiquity, on which, along with Greek culture, the Western civilisation was founded. Florence . the capital of the state of Tuscany.

Other Italian great cities are Milan . Italy’s industrial, financial and commercial capital but also a city with a wealth of art and stunning architecture, Naples in the South, and Turin, Genoa and Bologna in the North.

SEASIDE

Italy is a very long peninsula, with a lengthy coastline, full of bays, gulfs, inlets and myriad islands, big and small.

Not only the famous seaside resorts of the Bay of Naples or the Italian Riviera are worth seeing, though. What about being stunned by the majestic Apuane Alps near the Viareggio beach . with their marble used by Michelangelo, who also worked in the quarries? Or living in a trullo in Alberobello . Original experiences you can only have in this magic country.





20/04/2017

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The Cheap Flights Guide to End All Cheap Flights Guides

These days, amid rising fuel prices, shrinking competition and a growing travel base, a lot of traditional wisdom has flown out the window when it comes to finding cheap tickets. Advice like book early, or go through a third party or, especially, take a low-cost carrier is redundant, obvious or, at times, even harmful.

So, since the health of my bank account depends upon being able to find cheap flights on a regular basis, I thought I d compile my best airfare booking practices into a post. Apologies if some of this is redundant or obvious for you – but I know it won t be harmful!

Check the ITA Matrix

The ITA Matrix might sound like something related to a sci-fi movie (or, worse, actual science), but it is in fact one of the most useful tools for finding cheap flights out there. Powered by Google, it allows you to search not only for a specific one-way, roundtrip or multi-city flight, but to specify parameters such as routing, airline and even more.

The ITA Matrix is also a dream for people who want to search using flexible terms. For example, you can not only search an entire month of airfares, but also a date range within that month (the only rule is that the minimum and maximum dates can be separated by no more than seven days, for example 9-16 days works, but not 9-17).

It s important to note that you can t book directly through the ITA Matrix and in fact, you won t always be able to find fares you program into it published online. This doesn t mean they don t exist but rather, that you ll need to call the airline and have the agent manually access the Fare Basis for you.

Consult Third-Generation Booking Sites

Sites like Orbitz and Expedia are about as useful as Myspace and Friendster these days, but a new generation of more powerful, user-friendly airfare booking tools has taken their place. Specifically, tools like Skyscanner. Kayak and Hipmunk allow you to search for cheap flights using an array of parameters similar to the ITA Matrix, and usually offer one-click pathways to booking directly with a particular airline. Sometimes, they even pull up fares you can t find directly on the airline website!

Book With Airlines Directly

With this being said, the surest way to find a cheap flight these days is almost always to book with the airline itself. Doing so, of course, requires some advanced knowledge, whether you find out a fare exists using the Matrix or one of the third-generation booking sites, or using some of the other resources I list below.

When you book directly with an airline, you not only eliminate third-party booking fees (and, in many cases, additional fees for changes), but you unlock certain consumer protections, such as the ability to change/cancel free within 24 hours or be compensated (on certain airlines) for sudden fare drops, which are benefits unavailable to those who search for cheap flights through third parties.

Unless You Find a Cheaper Partner Fare

When searching for cheap airfares, it s also helpful to have a grasp of airline alliances. For example, when traveling from Istanbul to Zürich a few years ago, I wasn t satisfied with the fare I pulled up on Swiss, so I decided to search Turkish (a fellow Star Alliance  members) instead. Well, not only did I pay around $200 instead of $350, but it was for a codeshare on the exact same flight. Yep – same plane as someone who paid almost double.

Or Unless You re a Student

Another option that occasionally (although less frequently, over time) results in finding cheap flights is taking advantage of niche booking tools – notably, StudentUniverse for students. Although completing a booking on sites like this often requires you to prove your enrollment, fares can be dramatically cheaper here than elsewhere, although again this is a waning tendency over time.

Read Airfare Deal Blogs and Websites

I would love to believe that the only travel-related blog you read is Leave Your Daily Hell, but since this is certainly not the case, allow me to recommend some resource to you. First and foremost, the FlyerTalk website (and, specifically, this discussion forum ) posts about cheap fares (many stupidly cheap!) before anyone else knows about them. Bookmark, subscribe, visit daily!

Secondly, the Airfare Watchdog blog presents some of the most incredible deals in cyberspace. Recently, for example, a Norwegian booking site was selling roundtrips to Europe for less than $500! Finally, if you re not only looking for great fares but also for opportunities to easily upgrade and achieve elite status, Upgrd is a fantastic resource.





14/04/2017

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To generations of families, Orlando is the city that imagination built. New York City Travel Guide

New York City is one of the world’s most popular destinations. San Diego Travel Guide

The promise of near-perfect weather and many attractions beckon visitors to San Diego. Las Vegas Travel Guide

Nonstop action makes a Vegas vacation a 24-hour-a-day proposition. Atlanta Travel Guide

Come discover why Atlanta has been touted the new capital of the South. San Antonio Travel Guide

San Antonio offers history, Spanish and Mexican culture, and more. Austin Travel Guide

Start your Austin trip planning by visiting these top sites. Phoenix Travel Guide

Phoenix offers a realm of activities for visitors to enjoy. Charlotte Travel Guide

This business travel destination offers plenty for leisure seekers too. Dallas Travel Guide

Dallas provides plenty of opportunities to live large. Indianapolis Travel Guide

High-speed action is only part of the fun in Indianapolis. Chicago Travel Guide

Although Chicago has a big-city feel, helpful locals make it less intimidating than other large cities. Nashville Travel Guide

Music City has a host of sights bound to please everyone. San Francisco Travel Guide

Discover why people fall in love with the city, despite the fog. Tucson Travel Guide

Natural beauty and history combine in Tucson New Orleans Travel Guide

New Orleans festivities don’t stop after Mardi Gras. Tampa Travel Guide

Tampa’s weather and attractions are certain to please year-round. Columbus Travel Guide

Discover the past and the present in Columbus. Philadelphia Travel Guide

Philadelphia celebrates its history, culture, and cuisine. St. Louis Travel Guide

Just say, “Meet me in St. Louis!” for first-rate attractions. Pittsburgh Travel Guide

Pittsburgh has come a long way from its days as the Steel City. Miami Travel Guide

Roll sunshine, white sand, and endless activities into one thriving beachside city and you’ve got Miami. Memphis Travel Guide

Memphis has been rockin’ and rollin’ its way into people’s hearts since long before Elvis first laced up his blue suede shoes. Albuquerque Travel Guide

Located on historic Route 66, Albuquerque is more than a pit stop. Jacksonville Travel Guide

Hit the beach or walk the river in Jacksonville. Los Angeles Travel Guide

Find a day at the beach, a glimpse of a celebrity, or a day out with Mickey Mouse. Portland Travel Guide

Portland, Oregon, has a knack for getting things just right, and these qualities also make it a great travel bargain. Denver Travel Guide

Denver is the gateway to the Rockies and a worthy destination in itself. Sacramento Travel Guide

Visit the intersection of the U.S. past and present in D.C. Seattle Travel Guide

Seattle hits the perfect note with funky flair and fresh attitude. Savannah Travel Guide

Savannah has long been attracting visitors with its affordable prices and Southern charm. Anaheim Travel Guide

Anaheim draws visitors from around the world with its pirates and talking mouse. Scottsdale Travel Guide

Scottsdale is an oasis in the middle of the Sonoran desert. Boston Travel Guide

Boston holds tightly onto its past as it parades into the future. Tulsa Travel Guide

Tulsa lassos fun for everyone. Kissimmee Travel Guide

Kissimmee is the Disney World bargain hunters’ secret weapon. Williamsburg Travel Guide

Williamsburg delivers a vacation to the past, no time machine necessary. Kansas City Travel Guide

Visit Kansas City for great jazz, smoking barbecue, its famous fountains, and much more. Richmond Travel Guide

Fall in love with Virginia’s capital city. Louisville Travel Guide

Whether you come for the bourbon, the bluegrass, the amazing dining scene, or something a little more active, Louisville has what you’re looking for. This cosmopolitan city has plenty of attractions for all ages and interests. Lexington Travel Guide

Check for airfare deals to Lexington Greensboro Travel Guide

Greensboro combines a small-town feel with big-city attractions. Chattanooga Travel Guide

Chattanooga is set among gorgeous scenery in the Volunteer State. San Jose Travel Guide

San Jose hosts many business travelers, but is a great stop for families too. Arlington Travel Guide

Arlington, Virginia, is a patriot’s top destination. Ft. Lauderdale Travel Guide

Miles of canals, white sand beaches, and sultry temperatures tempt sun-seeking vacationers. Rochester Travel Guide

Rochester is a picture-perfect family-friendly destination. Monterey Travel Guide

Monterey offers a blend of beauty and leisure that keep visitors coming back. Madison Travel Guide

Madison heats things up with renowned attractions.





03/04/2017

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The Thirteen Best Online Travel Guides #cheapest #airfare #tickets

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The Thirteen Best Online Travel Guides

Chris Sherman on July 25, 2010 at 2:46 pm

Virtually all of the famous print travel guides have online counterparts. Most are just as packed with information, photos and maps as their print versions. Most also have planning tools, community, deals and other online-specific features. Surprisingly, for sites that offer information about travel and moving around the world, many don t have mobile versions of their websites, though some do have apps or iBook versions.

If you ve ever browsed the print versions of many of these travel guides, you know that they re largely similar, and the one that works best for you is largely a matter of subjective taste. That s true online, as well. I d recommend sampling what each has to offer before picking out a few favorites to return to as trusted resources.

Arrivalguides.com

Billing itself as the world s largest network of free travel guides, Arrivalguides.com is unique in that it s entirely web-based, and all of its guides are available as free, high-quality PDF downloads. Although the website is available in either English or Swedish, if you click through to individual destination cities you ll often find options to download the guide in different languages, including the local language spoken at the destination. Arrivalguides.com doesn t have a mobile version, but does offer free downloads of its most popular guides in the iTunes app store.

Concierge.com

Fodor s

Frommers.com

Let s Go Travel Guides

Lonely Planet

Rough Guides

Ruba

Traveldk.com

Trip Advisor

tripwolf

Wikitravel

The Wikipedia of travel, Wikitravel is an open source worldwide travel guide with more than 23,000 destination guides and other articles written and edited by Wikitravellers from around the globe. Wikitravel s site automatically detects access from mobile devices and reformats itself for mobile viewing. There are two (paid) apps that use Wikitravel data available in the iTunes app store.

Yahoo Travel

Yahoo Travel is the most fully-featured travel vertical offered by the three major search engines. In addition to numerous research guides and booking tools, you can also create a profile, creating maps of places you ve been or want to go, organizing your travel photo albums, plans and ratings and reviews. Surprisingly, for a company that does so much with mobile, the Yahoo Travel website doesn t automatically detect mobile devices, yet Yahoo Travel does have a mobile version available at m.travel.yahoo.com.

All of these online travel guides offer useful information and tools but all to a degree are steeped in tradition and don t fully take advantage of the interactive potential of the web. Not to worry an entire new generation of travel research and planning tools has emerged with some seriously cool features baked in that make the travel planning process a delight. They are the focus in the next installment of this series, Travel Planning Tools: The Next Generation (coming soon).





01/04/2017

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Gorgeous beaches and warm weather constantly draw romance-seekers to Mexico, but couples will also find something different in the destination: custom experiences personalized to fit their own idea of paradise. Read the latest Mexico Romance Advisor for ideas on creating a variety of custom experiences for weddings, honeymoons and romantic getaways of all kinds, plus updates from leading Mexico romance suppliers. READ MORE

Travelers are continuing their love affair with river cruising, one of the hottest trends around. And in such a rapidly changing industry, it’s important for agents to know what differentiates the lines and products in the market today. Read River Cruises PLUS for the latest updates from river cruise suppliers, plus valuable information on destinations, themed itineraries, onboard amenities, custom experiences, solo cruising, shore excursions and more. READ MORE

Theme parks, beaches, resorts, golf, historical attractions, cruises, festivals, spas—there are so many diverse offerings in Florida that the state offers a perfect vacation option for seemingly every type of traveler. Read the new Florida PLUS to discover all the amazing Sunshine State selling points and learn how to tap into this diverse market better than ever before. You’ll also find all the updates from top suppliers throughout Florida. READ MORE

Luxury is trending in Mexico! From world-class dining and renowned wine production to famed hotels and resorts, spectacular cities, romantic offerings and family-friendly experiences, there are endless options for luxury vacations throughout Mexico. Discover all the amazing opportunities for selling Mexico’s high-end travel experiences in Travel Weekly’s Mexico for the Luxury Traveler. READ MORE

The Caribbean is staying fresh and in-demand this year, thanks to a slew of buzz-worthy destinations and developments. Travel Weekly’s Caribbean Advisor gives you all the updates from the region’s top suppliers, plus information on hotel developments, new airlift options and cruise news. You’ll also discover the Caribbean’s trending destinations, ideas for unique island activities and more. READ MORE

Travelers and travel agents alike are eager to take advantage of new opportunities for travel to Cuba. But with so many rapid developments and a slew of confusing travel regulations, there’s still a lot to learn about the destination. Travel Weekly’s Cuba PLUS shares valuable insider knowledge on the destination’s current and upcoming product offerings, travel guidelines and must-see areas. You’ll also find useful updates from current and emerging Cuba suppliers. READ MORE

Thanks to a favorable exchange rate, budding destinations and the continuing expansion of river cruising, American travelers currently have increased opportunity and incentive to travel to Europe—and they’re taking full advantage. Read Travel Weekly’s latest Europe Advisor to learn about new developments in river cruising, hotel happenings across the continent, off-the-beaten-path travel ideas, trending destinations and more. Plus, get all the updates from top Europe suppliers. READ MORE

From webinars and online training modules to fam trips and in-person courses, travel agent education today covers an immense range of learning options and opportunities. Read the new Back to School: A Guide to Agent Education Programs to find out more about the current landscape and future potential of travel agent education, as well as insights into what training methods are proving most popular, who is investing in their agent programs, and what agents think about industry education. You’ll also find updates from a variety of tour operators, hotels, destinations and cruise lines with agent education offerings. READ MORE

The twin-isle nation of Antigua and Barbuda has long been a Caribbean tourism hot spot—and things are only getting better on the islands. Read What’s New Antigua & Barbuda to discover a slew of new and upcoming developments, from multimillion-dollar resorts to a brand-new international airport terminal. You’ll also find updates on air service and hotel news; recommendations for dining, nightlife, beaches, golf and other activities; and an inside look at how to sell the islands from the CEO of the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority. READ MORE

Setting record-breaking visitor numbers, Mexico’s travel appeal is increasing with each passing year. The latest edition of Travel Weekly’s Mexico Advisor offers insight into popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations, new hotel plans, expanded air routes, and where to find culture, adventure, art and cuisine. Plus, you’ll find all the latest updates from top Mexico suppliers. READ MORE

With stunning beaches, sweet relaxation, natural wonders and a visitor satisfaction rate of 98 percent, Hawaii’s appeal is legendary. Check out Travel Weekly’s Hawaii Advisor for the top reasons travelers choose Hawaii, vacation planning, spending trends and more. You’ll also find tips from specialists to help you better sell this dream destination, as well as all the latest updates from leading Hawaii suppliers. READ MORE

Travel is a top passion for the affluent, and that translates to big opportunities for savvy agents. Check out Travel Weekly’s Luxury Advisor for our feature article “Luxury Travel Tops the Charts,” with insights into creating unique vacation experiences for high-end clientele, providing luxury anywhere on the map and elite vacationers’ top travel priorities according to our consumer survey. Plus, this issue includes all the latest from leading luxury suppliers. . READ MORE

Encompassing destination weddings, honeymoons, anniversary trips and more, the romance travel market means big business for agents in the know. Check out Travel Weekly’s Wedding, Honeymoon and Romance Advisor for information on how to increase destination wedding sales, hot honeymoon locales, agent education and niche romance fields, as well as insights about consumer travel plans. Plus, this year’s issue features all the latest from top romance suppliers. . READ MORE

With over 40 million visitors in 2014, Las Vegas is a win for agents who know how to sell this glamorous destination. Inside Travel Weekly’s Las Vegas Advisor, you’ll find information about on- and off-the-Strip action, selling strategies, wellness experiences and nearby attractions, as well as insights about consumer travel plans. Plus, this year’s issue features all the latest from top Las Vegas suppliers. READ MORE

With a myriad of islands providing unique offerings, there’s ample opportunity for agents to profit in the Caribbean. Inside Travel Weekly’s Caribbean Advisor, you’ll find all the latest from top Caribbean suppliers. Plus, this year’s issue includes tips on determining the right island for your clients, fielding Cuba travel inquiries and getting your clients more for their money, in addition to insights about consumer travel plans in the Caribbean. . READ MORE

As the most-visited region in the world in 2014, Europe is on the radar of both agents and travelers. Check out Travel Weekly’s Europe Advisor for our feature article “Europe Is Trending,” with insights into the effect of the strengthening dollar, the allure of river cruising and the most desired destinations according to our consumer survey. Plus, this issue includes all the latest from top European suppliers. . READ MORE

Los Cabos is back and better than ever. Fast-paced recovery efforts, strong partnerships, a highly effective media campaign and top-notch amenities have put this sunny destination right back on the tourism map. Inside What’s New Los Cabos, you’ll find updates on air travel, resort and hotel properties, golf courses and outdoor activities, plus insights from industry leaders on the state of tourism in the area. See inside for everything you need to help clients plan a Los Cabos getaway. . READ MORE

USTOA’s role in the travel and tourism industry as an advocate for the traveling public and travel agents has endured more than 40 years. The 2015 USTOA Business Resource. USTOA’s annual directory, has been created to help agents sell and increase their business by educating them about the industry’s most prestigious tour operators. The 2015 USTOA Business Resource is an invaluable tool that provides need-to-know details on USTOA members. READ MORE

Travel Weekly’s annual Ultimate Hotel Destination Guide 2015 includes in-depth information about all of your and your clients’ favorite destinations around the world, along with hotel listings and contact information. And we continue to share the views of your peers by tallying the preferences from the Travel Weekly Hotel Search. Inside you’ll find the Top 5 destinations searched in 2014. Plus, our feature article, “Next Gen Hotels,” takes a peek over the horizon at shifts in the hospitality market, what today’s travelers want and how hotel products are changing to meet evolving demands and expectations. We also explore the travel industry’s fast-track expansion into emerging destinations, including China, the Middle East, and Central and South America in “Where the Hotels Are.”. READ MORE





29/03/2017

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27/03/2017

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    Turn on/off scenic byways, construction, weather, traffic and exit information Settings Print maps and routes

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Click the print button to print a TripTik route, Saved Places Maps, a Travel Plan, or your current map view.

Use the Drag Handle to click and drag locations up or down in your itinerary.

Click the location Delete button to remove that location from your itinerary.

Click the “Reverse” button. to reverse the order of the stops in your trip.

Click the “Options” button to access additional options before running your route.

Click the “Reset” button to clear all locations from your itinerary.





12/02/2017

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