Archive | April, 2011

Budapest Expert Marta Reports: All the World’s a Festival

Hungary has recently become a country of festivals. Hundreds of them are organised year by year in a lot of topics, but practically in two categories: cultural and gastronomy festivals (or the two mixed). Many of the cultural fests offer a great opportunity to get involved with a branch of arts or music either you […]

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April 30, 2011 by | Comments Off on Budapest Expert Marta Reports: All the World’s a Festival

Tips For Traveling With Children

Dolphins: Fun for both Kids and Grown-ups!

Traveling with kids, is it a nightmare to be avoided at all costs or an opportunity for unparalleled learning and family bonding? Like anything in this life, there are pros and cons to travel and traveling with your kids is no exception. While seeing the world with your little darlings can present many new challenges […]

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April 26, 2011 by | 3 Comments

[Video] Legends Celebrates 28 Years in Vegas

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Legends in Concert is Las Vegas’ longest running tribute show on the Strip. This May 5 marks its 28th anniversary – a feat for any show, let alone one on the ever-changing Las Vegas Strip! See a preview of the fabulous performances you can expect to see at this show…

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April 25, 2011 by | Comments Off on [Video] Legends Celebrates 28 Years in Vegas

Florence Expert Elisa Reports: Museums & Holiday Schedules

Season has officially started, and city is plenty of tourists, museums are crowded and if you do not get a reservation in advance you can wait in line even for 2-3 hours…. Planning a trip to Florence? Browse Viator’s Florence tours and things to do

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April 23, 2011 by | Comments Off on Florence Expert Elisa Reports: Museums & Holiday Schedules

A Walking Tour of Santo Domingo’s Old Town

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Santo Domingo teems with Spanish Colonial History, and nowhere is this more evident than in the city’s Zona Colonial, the district that comprises Santo Domingo’s Old Town. Here, cobblestone streets reminiscent of the French Quarter in New Orleans wind their way through this historic treasure trove of monuments, churches, and museums. Here, you’ll stroll down […]

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April 21, 2011 by | Comments Off on A Walking Tour of Santo Domingo’s Old Town

Tuscany & Cinque Terre Trips 50% Off – 3 Days Only!

Cinque Terre Hiking

Book a Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour or a Cinque Terre Hiking Day Trip from Florence for up to 50% off! This deal is only available for 3 days – so act now! You must book by April 21, 2011 to save!

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April 19, 2011 by | Comments Off on Tuscany & Cinque Terre Trips 50% Off – 3 Days Only!

Best of Bogotá

Plaza Bolivar with shoe installation

Anne Davis takes a trip to Bogota and shares with us the must-see and do highlights of the city. The food, the art, and the people all make the list – as does an art installation using shoes to make a political statement. Read on to find out more about the best of Bogotá.

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April 18, 2011 by | 2 Comments

[contest] Win 2 Free Tickets for a Grand Canyon Combo Tour

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***Editor’s Note: The contest is now closed and we have a winner! Congratulations Aaron!***The Grand Canyon is surely on your bucket list and most would argue that it’s a sight worth seeing more than once in a lifetime. Now Viator gives you the chance to get a bird’s-eye view of this natural wonder of the […]

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April 15, 2011 by | 154 Comments

Rethinking Jakarta

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It is a fairly common occurrence that when people are mapping their exciting campaign through Southeast Asia they’ll run their finger over Laos down to Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Malaysia, then just as they get into Indonesia, skip over Jakarta and dot the ‘i’ in Bali. Where it is true that Jakarta is a sweltering metropolis […]

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April 14, 2011 by | 1 Comment

The Best of Taiwan’s North Coast

The Coastline

After a few days pounding the often indistinguishable streets of Taipei, trying but failing to get a proper feel for the place, I was secretly quite relieved to be able to head out of the city and experience a smidgeon of the beautiful country I’d been hearing about. Though very densely packed, Taiwan is something […]

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April 13, 2011 by | Comments Off on The Best of Taiwan’s North Coast