Travel Archive

Las Vegas Tours for Kids

Kids these days are more addicted to video games and other gadgets than playing other fun outdoor activities. They usually get bored so easily most particularly because of the hot weather conditions. If you are already out of ideas of planning out the best summer for your kids, why not try a trip to Las [&hellip

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The Authentic New York City Experience

Do you have any plans visiting New York City? If none, make one already, New York City could be the best place for you at this point of time. New York is the most populous city in the United States and known to be as the center of New York Metropolitan Area. The city exerts [&hellip

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Does President Obama Spend Too Much on Vacations?

No one would argue that the job of President of the United States is a high pressure job, and one of great responsibility. America tends to reward those people who stand out as willing and able to shoulder those burdens, but the President’s leisure time spending has some Americans wondering how much is too much. [&hellip

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Tips and Tricks for Planning Your First African Safari

Are you planning a vacation to Africa and not sure what to expect? Fortunately, African safaris are not as dangerous or scary as they are dramatized to be, and there are some very simple steps you can take to prepare for the best trip possible. Here are some tips and tricks for planning your first [&hellip

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Don’t Miss the Boat! Tips for Last-Minute Cruise Preparation

Planning to take a cruise for your next vacation? Did you know you can save a bundle if you take advantage of a last-minute cruise deal? However, with last-minute cruise deals come last-minute cruise preparation, so before you snag that cheap Caribbean cruise that departs in 10 days, make sure you’re prepared to go. Here [&hellip

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Protection for Holiday Makers Set to Increase

Wednesday saw a stir in the travel industry as Sussex-based tour operator, Holidays 4 UK, which specialised in trips to Turkey, collapsed into administration. Meanwhile the chief executive of Thomas Cook, which owns ski operator Neilson, stepped down following a drop in shares of nearly 50 per cent since the company issued a profits warning [&hellip

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Lakers looking to get the low-down again in Game 3 against Celtics

The Lakers went away from their strength, 7-footers Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum, in the fourth quarter of Game 2 loss. They say they intend to go back to trying to exploit their size advantage in the low post Tuesday in Boston. Reporting from Boston The Lakers were dominant down low, the Boston Celtics unable [&hellip

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