Thursday, 27 March 2008

Caribbean Cruises

Caribbean cruises are becoming more popular every year because of the variety of activities that are available to cruisers. Caribbean islands boast clear, clean beaches and fun in the sun. From the most active, to the most laid-back vacationer, everyone can find something worthwhile on a Caribbean cruise.Caribbean cruises are generally based on which area of the Caribbean you are interested in

Caribbean Island Cruises - Not Just For The Wealthy

A great way to spend a vacation is by visiting some of the most beautiful islands in the world. Everything you could possibly want is at hand with wonderful Caribbean island locations, a new one each day, and every comfort on board the cruise liner.Vacations can be for an extended period and it is up to your budget, choice of locations and preferences, ranging from as little as three days up to

Monday, 24 March 2008

Orlando - A Vacation beyond Disney

Copyright © 2008 Terry HelyOrlando, Florida is known the world over as the home of Walt Disney World and is undoubtedly the entertainment park capital of the world. While most people know the Disney name, very few know that the total Disney experience includes separate parks for the Disney-MGM Studios, Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach Water Park, Typhoon Lagoon, River

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

Travel Insurance - A true story

When planning a trip, whether business or pleasure, most travelers do not think of the mishaps that can occur on the road. Furthest from their minds is the thought that the unexpected can happen – domestically and abroad. Fortunately, when the worst does happen, travelers who carry travel insurance coverage often find it worthwhile.A Caribbean Calamity For Carolyn of Forest City, Iowa, her 10-day

Monday, 17 March 2008

Las Vegas for Free - The best free attractions

Copyright © 2007Buzz B Berkeley If you're looking for some great free things to do in Vegas, there are some amazing treats for you and the family awaiting. Many casinos, in an effort to bring in more and more business are offering elaborate shows that are free for the family in an effort to bring more warm bodies into their casinos and out of their competitors'. This is a win-Wynn (ha) situation

Friday, 14 March 2008

Unraveling Common Travel Myths

Unraveling Common Travel MythsBy Peter Greenberg• If you use your cellphone, the plane will crash.• Cruise ships are all-inclusive.• If you rent a car with a credit card, you don’t need additional insurance.• Taking the train in Europe is cheaper than flying.• Recirculated cabin air on planes will make you sick.• X-ray machines at airport security checkpoints can erase your computer’s hard drive.

Monday, 10 March 2008

Business Travel: Even Road Warriors Get The Blues

While Web-based meeting technologies may seem to eliminate the need for some business travel, there’s a reason why millions of people still pack their carry-on bags each week for domestic and international business-related travel: savvy business people know that there’s just no substitute for face-to-face meetings. Still, if getting there is half the battle, it helps explain why a fuming,

Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Emerging Destinations Around the Globe

Some travel destinations – Hawaii, Las Vegas and London come to mind – seem to be perennial favorites, always popular with tourists. But travel has trends, and over time new favorite destinations emerge. Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s 2008 Travel Trends Survey identified several destinations currently emerging for vacation travel. Travelers’ desire for new adventures and their cultural

Tuesday, 4 March 2008

The New 7 Wonders of the World

The seven wonders of the ancient world – including the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and the Colossus of Rhodes – were remarkable, man-made structures of classical antiquity. Of the seven, only the Great Pyramid survives, standing tall in the Egyptian desert for more than 4,500 years.However, while six of the seven ancient wonders disappeared long ago, there are new

Monday, 3 March 2008

Excursion Society Goes Beyond the Ordinary

Shore excursions, which take cruise passengers off their ships to experience local attractions and culture, are a highlight of any cruise. They range from snorkeling adventures in the Caribbean, to dog sledding in Alaska, to museum tours in the great port cities of Europe and more.A year ago, Carlson Wagonlit Travel Associates launched a unique shore excursion program called the Excursion