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Ultimate Hotel Guide To New York City 0

Posted on January 31, 2008 by dorisch


People tell me that New York City is the city that never sleeps. Well, it’s certainly no wonder with so many places and stuff that would please all the senses. There’s the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Madison Square Garden and God knows what else. But the question is…where do you stay in New York City? Read the rest of this entry →

missing the pearl of the orient 0

Posted on January 27, 2008 by dorisch


No lady of leisure who took a vacation in Hong Kong would leave the city without buying at least a pair of shoes. I spoke to so many lady friends of mine and everyone of them would end up with at least 2 or 3 pairs of shoes when they returned, leaving their hubbies puzzled and shaking heads – lol. Read the rest of this entry →

how about a UK vacation? 0

Posted on January 27, 2008 by dorisch

There are something special about the Yorkshire cities and for me, it’s the scenery that can enchant any non-traveler – the green rolling hills, the colourful blooms in spring and summer and charming architecture of old buildings.

Making a trip to the UK is a sure thing for us once our little boy is old enough to walk miles by himself cos we anticipate that there is much sightseeing to do in every city we plan to visit. I heard about the relaxing lifestyle in York so this is one city not to be excluded on a UK trip. There are many York Hotels to choose from at accommodation sites like Cheaper than hotel who also provides a good selection of hotels of various ratings for Leeds Hotels, Sheffield Hotels and more. And even if you are on a budget, you can find cheap Nottingham hotels at the user-friendly site. Don’t forget to use the star ratings as a guide too.

darling harbour hotels in sydney 0

Posted on January 24, 2008 by dorisch

It’s been five years since we last visited Sydney, one of my favourite cities in Australia. I like it for its vibrant culture, colourful arts precinct, great shopping and temperate climate. I could still remember our Sydney harbour climb, it started to rain when we were up on the bridge and we were drenched after the climb. Nevertheless, it was an experience of a lifetime. We stayed for a couple of nights at Four Points Sheraton Darling Harbour Sydney, an upscale hotel that offered great service, nice rooms and luxury comfort.


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how about hilton head? 0

Posted on January 23, 2008 by dorisch


I cannot resist a vacation destination that is near to lovely beaches and nature’s best. Known to be one of the world’s most family-friendly vacation destinations, Hilton Head Island offers unlimited opportunities for great vacations and holiday memories. One of the best ways to enjoy a memorable vacation with your loved ones is to check out Hilton Head rental homes and villas. Read the rest of this entry →

Food Perfect for Camping Trips 0

Posted on January 23, 2008 by dorisch

Are you interested in going on a camping trip in the near future? If you are, you will soon find that you have a number of different decisions to make. One of the many decisions that you will have to make, when looking to plan a camping trip, involves deciding what type of food, drinks, and snacks you would like to bring along with you, other than packing your camping gear. If you would like assistance with doing so, you will want to continue reading on. Read the rest of this entry →

luxury of marriott waikiki 0

Posted on January 18, 2008 by dorisch

If you are traveling to Waikiki with your family, finding an accommodation that is child-friendly can be a breeze with so many options in the island. From five star hotel apartments to budget apartments, you are spoilt for choices in Waikiki. Do be prepared to pay more if you want to be near the beach or if you like a beachfront view. Read the rest of this entry →

the jet lag syndrome 0

Posted on January 18, 2008 by dorisch

It’s been two weeks since we returned from the US and I’m glad that by now, we have overcome jet lag. Apparently, this is the second most popular sleep disorder and usually affects international flights and if it’s domestic if they’re going between time zones.

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cheap tickets for your bid 0

Posted on January 17, 2008 by dorisch


For those of us who want to make the most of last-minute travel online, there is not a shortage of information on the internet. This ‘hidden’ and somewhat unexplored, under-utilized sector of the travel industry and market lies in wait, just ready for you to unearth, discover and capitalize on.

There are also numerous well-known travel-sites that optimize and open the doors to these offerings. Here are but a few of them: Read the rest of this entry →

travel to celebrate valentines day 0

Posted on January 17, 2008 by dorisch

First, it was Christmas then the New Year. In less than a month’s time, it’s the season to shop for valentines day gifts. This is the time where retail shops will be decorated with Valentines day gift ideas and for those who can afford, a getaway vacation is the way to go to celebrate this romantic occasion. Maybe the newly couples or unmarried ones may opt for a vacation to spend this day but for some, it is just another ordinary day – nothing special.

What about you? Will you travel to celebrate Valentine’s Day?

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