Category: Tour and Travel

Vacation Rentals VS Hotels

Planning your next vacation and trying to figure out lodging? Take a look at the following four reasons to choose vacation rental homes over hotels.

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Vacation Location Matters

There is an old real estate adage stating that what matters most is location, location, location. The principle applies to vacations as well, which is part of what makes rv camping kemah tx an ideal option for many people. Your trip may take you close to home or across the country but it should feel like a wondrous new world.

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5 Things To Do in Galveston, Texas

Galveston is a port city and coastal resort on the Gulf of Mexico. Getting to and from Galveston is an easy matter as the Galveston to Houston shuttle runs daily. Once you get there, there are plenty of fun things to do whether you’re traveling with family, friends, or a significant other. 1. Moody Gardens Read More


Peru: A magical country to visit

A few days ago I was in bed with the flu and not to get bored I turned on the TV and I logged in on a well-known video streaming subscription. Turning looking for something interesting to see, I was impressed by a documentary on Peru, a country hardly beaten by mass tourism and that I dream of visiting for a lifetime.

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How to make the pictures of the holidays?

Surely many articles with this title will appear these days on many pages. That if the light, the small camera, the advice to not run out of photos … But the best thing we can do in the holidays with photography is to enjoy. Only that! No more no less!

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Seven classic monuments reconstructed so we can see how they were at their peak

Sadly, it is not about real reconstructions, but virtual ones, so that we can see how they are now and how they were at their best moments of glory. A marketing company called NemoMam Studios, has worked the miracle and shows us seven reconstructed classic monuments so we can see how they were at their best.

Some of them no longer exist, or they are only ruins, but at some point in history, they were really legendary. The temple of Luxor, the Parthenon, the Pyramid of Nohoch Mul or the Temple of Jupiter are wonderful even with the colors that adorned them in their best times.

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Traveling the world to discover the origin of hot chocolate

When it’s cold there’s nothing better than a good hot chocolate. The history of this drink is truly fascinating and allows us to take a tour around the world. The chocolate hot leads to Mexico via Ecuador, the Netherlands and Jamaica countries. If you like chocolate and traveling, do not miss the “hot chocolate route”.

Gastronomy has become an incentive for travelers from all over the world. If you like chocolate (and travel) you will love this tour of the world to discover the origin of hot chocolate.

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The most popular destinations to travel alone this 2017

Traveling alone is an experience … More and more people are betting on solo travel. Unaccompanied travel reserves are increasing. These types of travelers choose emerging destinations or trend. If you want to travel alone this summer, here are the most popular destinations.

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Exploring the Beauty of the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are often referred to as the Caribbean of America. With beautiful, tropical weather year-round and the feeling of a remote, far-a-way place, they have a unique appeal that’s similar to the West Indies. With back cove yachts for sale, you can explore the beauty and mystery of the Florida Keys at your Read More

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Seven buildings that seem to come from the future

Architecture often seeks to leave us perplexed and show us something we could not even have imagined. That is why there are many buildings of our time, or even decades ago, that surprise us with forms that seem to have been brought from near times. These seven buildings are a sample of buildings that look like the future.

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