Enjoying The Winter Sun in Egypt

March 7, 2013 in Winter Travel

Egypt Winter Sun

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Whilst the capital of Egypt, Cairo, can cool down over the winter months there are many beach resorts along the Sinai Peninsula that maintain sky high temperatures no matter what time of the year you visit. Sharm El Sheik is a very popular resort amongst those who like their Western comforts. A little farther down the coast and you will find Dahab which is very much more bohemian and is full of traditional restaurants and shish cafes.

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Travel with babies to Orlando?

December 31, 2012 in Holiday Travel

Starting our day at Walt Disney World

Starting our day at Walt Disney World (Photo credit: Lou & Traci plus)

Many families that have infant counterparts desire to make the most out of an Orlando vacation, but feel there are too many things that may hinder a good time for all that are involved. This is simply not the case if parents choose the right vacation spots to visit. Although orchestrating a vacation that works for everyone participating is sometimes difficult, it is not impossible. The problem comes at times form having to pay full attention to an infant at all times, where attention spans have yet to fully develop. Parents want to enjoy their vacation as well, along with any older children that may be going as well. The following are a few vacation destinations that keep all parties entertained and minimize the struggle of integrating a new family member into the trip.

The first destination going to be mentioned is the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique. This location is part of the Walt Disney attractions, dedicated to providing a bit of finesse to small children’s looks by the way of fancy hairdos and makeovers. A really good reason to bring the entire family to this establishment is the age range that can be accommodated. Children at the last stages of infancy, along with even pre-teen ages love to be adorned with glamour, so this may be a perfect idea. Continue reading “Travel with babies to Orlando?” »

Christmas on the Beach?

December 25, 2012 in Winter Travel

Christmas decorations at Copeland's home. A ho...

Christmas decorations at Copeland’s home. A holiday landmark in Metairie, Louisiana. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As Christmas approaches, thousands of people are booking their flights and heading off to a destination where they can find a few moments of rest and relaxation. Although it’s not the stereotypical way to spend a holiday, lots of people head off to the beach to change stocking stuffing for surfing and sand. However, how is one supposed to spend holiday on a beach?

Is a beach a suitable place to spend Christmas? And what about the holiday traditions such as opening presents under the tree or eating a decadent home cooked meal? Well, at the beach, you can’t do your regular traditions, yet you can still make new ones. At first, a lot of people are hesitant about spending their holidays having fun in the sun instead of decking the halls in the snow; nevertheless, spending Christmas on the beach is a great way to enjoy the holidays, and who knows, maybe it will be your new tradition. One thing is certain: it will surely be a holiday that you won’t forget.

Here is a list of what you can do on a beach during Christmas:

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Behind the Iron Curtain

December 10, 2012 in Holiday Travel

English: The skyline of Shanghai, China.

English: The skyline of Shanghai, China. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Chinese Government at its rules does not allow more freedom to the media and that is why many things about the country are not so known to the rest of the world. Whenever we think about China, there is a level of secrecy and mystery accompanied with those thoughts. However, my trip to Shanghai removed many of such stories about China and its people.

Shanghai, the largest economic center of China is considered one of the largest consumer markets. Though Chinese are capturing the market all over the world with their cheaper products, Shanghai has a good market for world brands. That is why we have decided to start operations there.

In the process of finding out the cheapest airline, I have collected the details of all airlines offering Cheap Tickets. Being a fast developing city and a tourist spot, many major airlines are operating flights to Shanghai like Air China. Some of them are offering cheap tickets to Shanghai too. After putting much effort I flew to the city in one of the cheap flights to Shanghai. Continue reading “Behind the Iron Curtain” »

Top 5 attractions in Bucharest

November 22, 2012 in Holiday Travel

English: National Museum of Art, Bucharest - c...

English: National Museum of Art, Bucharest – courtyard Română: Muzeul Național de Artă din București, curte (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Bucharest is a wonderful and culturally enriching place to visit. This lovely vacation spot features a boat load of fun things that you can do. This article will describe the top attractions and things to do at Bucharest.

The National Museum of Art of Romania: The National Museum of Art of Romania is one of the must see destinations if you are visiting Bucharest. This spot features several masterpieces that were created by several talented international artists such as EL Grec, Tintoretto, Jan Evan Eyck, Petter Paul and several others. Also, this museum is so beautiful in its own right, thus making it a fantastic place to visit for the art fanatics. This museum is located at the Revolution Square. Continue reading “Top 5 attractions in Bucharest” »