Thursday, 29 November 2007

Romance In Gulf Shores, Alabama

Romance In Gulf Shores, Alabama by Terry Wedding Whether you are a newly-wed, celebrating an anniversary or just plain madly in love, there is no better place for romance than the beach. And the most romantic stretch of beach in the country by far is the sugar-sand coastline of Gulf Shores, Alabama. The warm, white sand is soft and inviting ' perfect for lounging ' and the myriad of romantic

Wednesday, 28 November 2007

Hawaii - Romance in the Islands of Aloha

Hawaii - Romance in the Islands of Aloha one of the oldest languages, Hawaiian is a beautiful, flowing collection of words and phrases that captures the natural beauty of the islands with melody, hidden meanings and wonderful mysteries. A special language is needed to describe Hawaii, for Webster’s words cannot adequately portray the palm trees

Tuesday, 27 November 2007

It's a Small World After All

_uacct = "UA-3057739-1";urchinTracker();Disney has it right; it is a small world after all. We all get so wrapped up in our daily lives that sometimes we fail to see the grand scheme of things. From Bismarck, North Dakota to South Africa to Antarctica, everyone is connected.Thousands around the globe affect your daily life. When there is a fire in California, the price for fruit may go up in the

Monday, 26 November 2007

What do YOU think?

Dear Friends of Travel Travel:What do you want to learn about traveling? Are there any tips, suggestions, locations, or means of transportation that YOU want to know about? Let me know!Want to talk about George W. Bush and the pressure he is feeling to do something about airport delays? Lets talk! Interested in scuba diving but don't know the rules or what you have to do? Just ask!I'm here so you

Friday, 23 November 2007

Gas Prices Affect More Than Drivers

_uacct = "UA-3057739-1";urchinTracker();Gas Prices Affect More Than DriversFargo, ND – Consumers in the region are feeling the pain of gas prices more places than the pump. As oil prices hover around 100 dollars per barrel, businesses are scrambling to find a way to continue turning a profit.Airlines, cruise lines and bus services have added fuel surcharges to current and already purchased

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Ski Tips

The season is upon us that many have been dreaming about all year. Skis are starting to emerge from closets and garages everywhere and thoughts are filled with visions of white mountains of snow. Young and old alike will take to the slopes this year to continue the 5,000 year long tradition of skiing that brings millions of people exhilaration and a sense of freedom. Travel Travel Carlson

Tuesday, 20 November 2007

Tips for more convenient Holiday Travel

If you are traveling via air this holiday season, there are some things that you can do to make your travels more convenient and less time consuming. Happy Holidays to all!1. Know before you go.Familiarize yourself with the 3-1-1 rule.The 3-1-1 refers to the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) guidelines that limit each airline passenger to three ounce bottles or less, one quart-sized

Monday, 19 November 2007

Belize - What a sight!

Belize Belize has seen its share of visitors throughout history. Pirates, traders, the British, slaves and loggers, at one time or another, have cut a life into the country’s wild jungles and Caribbean coastline. Today, a new visitor fuels the economy for Central America’s newest country: the tourist.Most start in Belize City, the coastal town and former capital of Belize (the government moved

Thursday, 15 November 2007

Babymoon becoming ever more popular

The term “babymoon” is relatively new to expecting mothers’ lexicon. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s become a fast-growing trend for pregnant women to get in a little vacation, or “babymoon,” before the baby is born – a much deserved last hurrah before the long days and often sleepless nights of parenting set in. The trend has quickly become a worldwide phenomenon with small B&Bs and five-star

Flying this Holiday Season

Despite high-profile media stories about airlines’ on-time performance over the summer, industry experts are still predicting that Santa will have plenty of company in the skies this holiday season.On-time performance by the nation’s carriers struggled over the summer with nearly 30% of flights delayed in August. According to federal statistics on the 20 biggest U.S. airlines, service complaints

Monday, 12 November 2007

Travel Tips - Packing your Bags

Author: Darlene BerkelA vacation is supposed to be a way to have fun, not an army training experience where you lug a heavy pack for miles and end up sore and tired. It can be difficult to decide what, and how, to pack. Hopefully this guide will help you decide what is important and what to leave at home. Planning in advance can help you remember the useful things, and stop the panic that

Friday, 2 November 2007

Tourism is going green!

Tourism is “Going Green”It is getting hot in here and according to experts, it is going to get even hotter. By 2100 the earth’s temperature will rise 2.5 to 10.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers may seem small but even the slightest rise will have a tremendous effect on the world. Travel Travel Carlson Wagonlit in Fargo is proudly celebrating World Responsible Tourism Day (WRTD) on November 14.