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1 Reason To Still Believe In This Vacation Rule Breaker

When planning vacations, most people automatically think of booking a hotel for their lodgings, but a number of other options deserve consideration. Comfort, cost and convenience are three factors that should be considered when making arrangements for your vacation lodging. Vacation rental properties can often bet he perfect solution for your lodging needs. The Down Side of Hotel Stays Making a reservation ...

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Stay Safe In Theme Parks, What You Need To Do

Theme parks can be fun and sometimes, it can be a bit crazy. Well, I guess you have seen home videos of accidents in theme parks. You can avoid those by reading and following the tips below. Bring lots of water. A day in theme parks can be very tiring, exhausting and not to mention, dehydrating. It is highly recommended that you bring your own water. If you can prepare a water jug for the whole family, that ...

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Studying Abroad: Making The Most Of Your Time And Getting Through The Challenges

You might be having a difficult time studying abroad. Sure, you love to study and travel, but the changes associated with moving to a new culture can be overwhelming. Take a deep breath. Change your perspective. You are experiencing something few people experience during their life time. Seeing a new part of the world while schooling is a tremendous blessing, one which you should take note of when you exper ...

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Auto-Sleepers Windrush Motorhome Review

The Auto-Sleepers is a Worcestershire UK based campervan and motorhome manufacturer that has become a world leader in customizing and creating campervans and motorhomes since the early 1960’s, with the help of strong partnerships with automobile manufacturers.  Recently, it has created one of the top campervan for 2012 with the help of Peugeot-the Auto-Sleepers Windrush. It’s no wonder why this van came at ...

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5 Great Camping Locations Around The Isle Of Skye

The Isle of Skye is the largest and most northerly island off Scotland. Renowned for its picturesque scenery and interesting history it's also home to an array of amazing wildlife including the golden eagle and red deer. With so much natural beauty on offer it is little wonder the Isle of Skye is a popular camping destination. If you want to spend time in the great outdoors what better place to do it than o ...

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The 5 Hottest Thanksgiving Day Parades In The Country

If you're not into football, you may be interested in catching a parade this Thanksgiving. The good news is you have several to choose from. Whether you tune in with most Americans to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade or prefer a bit of historical entertainment from Plymouth, you can find a good parade to watch this holiday season. The following are the five hottest Thanksgiving Day parades in the country. ...

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Best Baby Cruises

Once kids come along, many parents may think their options for taking relaxing cruises have become extinct. However, many cruise lines have great baby friendly options for parents with young children to take part of. Before booking a cruise, parents should be sure to consider all the child and baby related amenities available: childcare, availability of baby necessities, like diapers or food and availabilit ...

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Catch World-Class Fish In Costa Rica

There are few destinations in the world that compare with the country for sheer magnificence as a sport fishing destination. Any number of factors can be attributed to this special appeal, not least, its auspicious geography: The mainland of Costa Rica runs in a northwest to southeast direction, eliminating the problem of rough seas. It’s for this reason that many serious anglers regard Costa Rica as sport ...

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6 Great Ideas For Skiing On A Budget

Ski holidays used to be strictly for those who could afford them as holidaying on the piste was notoriously expensive. Royalty and celebrities would be some of the only people able to embark on such a luxury holiday. Thankfully skiing has become much more accessible and now even if you have a tight budget you can still afford to rub shoulders with a little blue blood as you ski down the slopes. Here's how y ...

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Holiday Car Hire – Choose Something A Little Different

Apart from those people who rent cars on a regular basis for business use, most of us only ever hire vehicles when we go on holiday. It represents a low-cost way of travelling around our chosen destination, and it can provide some much-needed variety, especially if you’re not a big fan of lying on the same beach day after day until you finally fly home again at the end of your stay. And while most of us wil ...

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