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401. Breathless Montego Bay Airport Transportation
May 08, 2019

Airport taxi service to Breathless Montego Bay is offered by many transportation company in Jamaica. Like any other thing, there are different levels of offering, some have placed great effort on service while others just have OK and others just have nothing going on. However, rarely do you find great service at competitive rates and that is what Best Jamaica offers in all our endeavors. Best Jamaica is the most guest centered Transportation Company in Jamaica offering top quality private airport transfers and Tours. We have managed to combined great rates and top-quality private airport ... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

402. Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs and their Benefits
May 30, 2019

Soaking in hot springs should not be reserved for vacations and holiday trips, but unfortunately, they can be difficult to come by in other areas. On the Mornington Peninsula, you will find amazing hot springs as well as some of the best restaurants in Rye Vic. You could spend the entire duration of your stay in your holiday accommodation, getting food delivery in Rye. Victoria is home to many natural wonders, including health boosting hot springs. Soaking in the hot springs is a popular relaxation activity, but it has other benefit as well. Hot springs have been used for thousands of yea... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

403. What Seniors need to know before they travel
May 30, 2019

Each year millions of seniors travel on our roads and airways. While many people find traveling somewhat inconvenient, for seniors with health problems it can be quite a challenge. Traveling long distances may often involve changes in a person's normal sleep pattern, urinary pattern and diet. The person may also be traveling to a part of the world where the weather, pollution, or altitude could vary significantly from what they are used to. While some situations may arise unexpectedly, seniors can take the following steps when they are planning their dream vacation: * Don't forg... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

404. Himalayan Trekking with a Trekking Agency
May 30, 2019

Trekking in the Himalayas may be a lifetime's experience. Should you believe that it's time to get there's nothing like the Himalayas that are distant! As the trekking destination, the Himalayas stand for most trekkers and hikers. Destination like Everest base camp trek have become popular in recent times. Before you hit on the trekking route a few practicalities are that you have to sort out. You need to • Study the route and itinerary • Obtain tickets and permits if necessary • Organize the logistics of meals, equipment, porters etc Arranging of the details yourself can be in... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

405. Trekking in the Himalayas - An Adventure to Remember
May 30, 2019

The Himalayas have shaped people's lives around the world. This vast mountain range stretches nearly 1,500 kilometers from west to east and crosses across 6 nations. Trekking in the Himalayas is a thrilling adventure taking you through one of the most mystical regions on Earth. The paths through this mountain range have been traveled for hundreds of years and trekking here will make it possible for you to encounter one amazing sight after another. It is important to be prepared for your travels before going trekking in the Himalayas. The climate here can change moving in the morning to ba... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

406. The Top Business-Friendly Bars in Amsterdam
May 30, 2019

Over the last ten years, Amsterdam has become one of Europe’s best destinations for lovers of upmarket food and drink places. The Dutch capital now has a fantastic selection of trendy and classy bars which are ideal for a relaxing evening if you’re out there on business. New bars are opening all the time, all with their own unique identity and decor inside. There are some with incredible views of the capital, whilst others celebrate all things green with some natural beauty inside. Café Panache Café Panache is hidden away within the Ten Katemarkt, so it isn’t the easiest bar ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

407. Bucket List Holidays: Top Destinations for Retired Travellers
May 30, 2019

The world is full of stunning wonders to discover. Without the strains and stress of having to go back to work, these destinations are perfect for any retired traveller. Simply follow where your heart leads you! Australia With quite a long flight time and plenty of sights to see, this gem is often forfeited by travellers because it needs too many days off to be explored properly. However, there’s nothing to stop you when you’re retired! In metropolitan Sydney, marvel at the iconic opera house. On Kangaroo Island’s nature reserve, called Australia’s Galapagos, you will find koalas, w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

408. Explore Heidelberg On Your Next Business Trip to Germany
May 30, 2019

Germany is well-known for its professional business scene, but it’s also a brilliant destination for exploring European heritage. If you have a couple of spare hours, you’ll surely have time to visit these interesting attractions. But before you set out to explore, ensure you have a good business travel insurance policy in place so you don’t have to worry about any unfortunate surprises. The Philosopher’s Walk Also known as Philosophenweg, this picturesque pathway is a must-visit. Running along the north side of the Neckar River by Saints Mountain, it attained its unique name thanks... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

409. Top Tips for First-Time Business Travellers
May 30, 2019

Travelling for work can be a thrilling yet daunting experience. While it is a symbol of achievement to represent your company’s brand outside the four walls of its office, preparing for your first official trip could be overwhelming. From organising business travel insurance to choosing the right accommodation, this article will provide essential advice to help make sure your visit is a success. Accommodation When choosing your accommodation, one of the main things to consider is how conveniently you will be able to commute to the meeting venue. Ideally, if the meeting is in a hotel ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

410. Mount Toro for Spectacular Panoramic Views of the Island.
May 30, 2019

One of Menorca’s most spectacular landmarks is Mount Toro, at 342m (1122ft) above sea level, the island’s highest peak. While not as high as Ben Nevis (1344m) or Carn Eige (1183m) it can be seen from almost everywhere on the island and provides a breathtaking, panoramic view of Menorca and the seas around it. But, apart from the stunning views, this mountain has played a major part in the island’s spiritual history giving you even more reasons to visit it during your summer vacation. The Stuff of Legends As with many high peaks, Mount Toro has long been revered as a holy site an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

411. The Historic & Endangered Horses of Menorca
May 30, 2019

Menorca is well known for the many festivals that are the hallmark of almost every town and village. Hardly a day will go by during your holiday in Menorca when there isn’t a festive celebration or parade commemorating a local saint or religious or historical event. In almost all of these events, the magnificent black Menorquín horses play a central role. This is only to be expected once you consider Spain’s age-long love of horses and the significance this noble animal plays in Spanish history and culture. What Makes Them Special? The origin of the Menorquín, which is indigenou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

412. Menorca Wasn't Always Idyllic - it has a History of Conflict
May 30, 2019

A holiday in Menorca is a great way to get away from the stress and fast pace of our normal lives. But, while you’re sitting on the beach, floating in the sea or enjoying a trip inland to one of the island’s many beautiful villages, you might be surprised to discover that it has a violent past. A past in which the island changed hands many times and witnessed many great battles. Over the centuries, it has been occupied by the ancient Greeks, the Roman Empire, the Vandals, the Byzantine Empire, the Moors, the Crown of Aragon, the Ottoman Empire, the British, the French and finally, the Spa... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

413. Menorca's Military History
May 30, 2019

When you’re on holiday in Menorca, lounging around on the beach, eating a great meal or enjoying the island’s scenery, it’s hard to imagine that this peaceful, laid back island has, over the centuries, been the scene of many political and military struggles. Maybe you know that the island was once occupied by the Moors and the French, but did you know that once we, that’s the Brits, also ruled the island? The Museo Militar de Menorca in Es Castell. To the south east of Mahon, the island’s capital, is the small town of Es Castell. Set on the banks of the estuary that connects Mahon to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

414. Discover Menorca's Amphibious and Reptilian Wildlife
May 30, 2019

The Mediterranean island of Menorca has much to offer its visitors. Great weather, fantastic beaches, good food, friendly people and a whole range of different eco-systems that support many different species of wildlife. For this reason, it is one of the favourite summer vacation locations for those who want to have a good time but also explore the wonders of Mother Nature. There are two facets of Menorcan wildlife that attract particular attention and both are at opposite ends of the scale – birds in the sky and reptiles and amphibians down on the ground or in the water. This art... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

415. Airplane Toilet Challenges (Part I)
May 30, 2019

Airplane Toilet Challenges (Part I) Most of you have flown on an airplane at some point in your life and probably had to use the toilet facilities on a flight. Most of the older planes were better designed for travelers, however, as time has passed, the airlines have added more rows, shrunk the seat widths, eliminated a potty or two, and shrunk the size of the restroom. They might as well post a sign outside the toilet door… “skinny folks only”. Have you ever rushed to the gate to board a plane and didn’t have time for a last restroom stop? And then, how often is your plane held in t... (read more)

Author: Stephen Bye

416. Taste the Sea: Seafood Restaurants in Benidorm
May 30, 2019

It’s easy to access an extraordinary variety of fresh fish and seafood in Benidorm, Spain’s favourite resort and holiday destination. What was historically a small fishing village on the shores of the Costa Blanca is now a bustling centre of international tourism. Thankfully, it still retains its links to the sea and boasts a range of excellent seafood restaurants. The eateries serve up a wonderful array of seafood, caught daily from the waters and fed into the mouths of the thousands of tourists who make their way to the resort every year. Since there’s so much on offer, it can be... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

417. Natural Marvels in Malta: Stunning Spots for Nature Lovers
May 30, 2019

Malta is an island of breath-taking natural beauty, which along with its unique local culture makes it one of the most highly-regarded European holiday destinations. If you want to experience the beauty for yourself, here are just a few of the best spots. With these attractions in mind, you can get straight out of your Malta airport taxis and into the sun. Dingli Cliffs These cliffs are renowned for the incredible sunsets which can be viewed from their peaks. As the highest point in Malta, the cliffs boast unparalleled marine views and are the perfect place to have a sit down and ta... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

418. Top in Tenerife: The Best Activities on the Island
May 30, 2019

Tenerife is an island of infinite opportunities catering to all sorts of holidays for all sorts of holidaymakers. It has the nightlife, the beaches, the sun, the sea and a wealth of natural beauty perfect for those explorers and adventurers among you. There’s so much to enjoy in fact, that choosing the best activities for a holiday can seem a daunting task. To help you on your way, here are a few top picks to get you having fun the second you hop off that Tenerife airport bus. Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnevale Occurring every year during the last week of February, this carnival is an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

419. The Best of the Best in Benidorm
May 30, 2019

So you’re all set to enjoy a sunny getaway in Spain, and you’ve even booked your shuttle from Alicante Airport to Benidorm...but what next? Besides relaxing on the golden beaches of the area, there are many other fun and interesting things to do in Benidorm. Here’s some inspiration on how to make your holiday one to remember. Aqualandia First opened in 1985, this is one of Spain’s oldest and largest water parks. It’s home to the tallest water slide in Europe, the Big Bang, and its equally popular slide, Vertigo, sends riders splashing into the pool at speeds of up to 100kph. The wave... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

420. Sing to the Mediterranean Tune of Malta's Music
May 30, 2019

Music has always been an important part of various cultures, but in Malta it’s the beating heart of the country. You just have to take one look at the island’s events calendar to get a sense of the role music plays in forming the identity of the place. For music-lovers of any genres, Malta is a destination that hides musical treats around every corner. Take your pick from an ancient folk tradition that’s been practiced for centuries, foot-tapping jazz, head-banging rock and even experimental sounds. Musos, take yourself to Malta for a holiday that really is as good as it sounds. Her... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

421. Enjoy a Wheely Great Family Adventure in Benidorm
May 30, 2019

When it comes to planning the family holiday, Benidorm is an obvious choice for many. The stretches of safe, sandy beaches, excellent resorts offering all-inclusive packages and all sorts of attractions to keep little ones entertained make it a dream destination for a hassle-free getaway. However, for adventurous families it’s often overlooked. Well, it’s time to turn you gaze back around! If your brood are the kind who crave a thrill, like to get out and about and stay active, Benidorm has a whole host of exciting experiences in store. From exhilarating off-road safaris to dusty mountain... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

422. Canary Island Vibes: Top Reasons to Choose Tenerife
May 30, 2019

Tenerife has been a firm favourite among us Brits for years, attracting over six million sun-seekers every summer season. Although its reputation has been secured by its vibrant party scene, extensive white beaches and all-inclusive resorts, this gem of an island has more to offer for those who are willing to venture beyond the typical tourist traps. Step away from the built-up coastline and you’ll soon discover the natural beauty of the island. From picturesque mountain villages to ancient towns full of culture – and let’s not forget the dramatic snow-capped peaks of Pico del Tiede – whe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

423. Unforgettable Whale Watching Experiences on Canadian Holidays
May 30, 2019

If you’re a nature enthusiast, Canadian holidays will be right up your street. The country’s incredible natural beauty never fails to impress its visitors, and there’s all sorts to see when it comes to wildlife. Those looking for whale watching experiences will be particularly well catered for, as there are plenty of exciting excursions available whether you choose a fly-drive tour or a rail holiday. There are a number of interesting animals you’ll be able to spot on your Canadian holidays, but the sea life in particular is hugely impressive. Read on to find out more about what you might ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

424. From Henriot to Moet: Champagne to Try on French Canal Holidays
May 30, 2019

France is of course famous for its sparkling wine, and many French canal holidays will include the opportunity to learn the history and culture of its production. The champagne house Henriot is still family-owned to this day, and it prides itself on producing only the very best quality product as part of a refined and measured process. Moet & Chandon is one of the world’s most famous champagne houses, and it’s easy to see why. Their vineyards are regarded as some of the best around. The production process has been perfected over 300 years, which ensures the bubbly is flawless and that th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

425. French Canal Holidays Not to Miss: Explore Epernay
May 30, 2019

A visit to Epernay is unmissable for those who enjoy a glass of champagne. Walk down the Avenue de Champagne and discover some of the world’s most famous champagne houses all near each other, including Moët et Chandon, Mercier and De Castellane. Head down beneath the surface of Epernay and you’ll get a glimpse of the town’s 200-year-old tunnels, which are maintained at cool temperatures to produce this delicious tipple. Set in beautiful countryside, Epernay is home to some charming architecture including the town hall, Château Perrier museum and the Théâtre Gabrielle-Dorziat. Take in the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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