Posted on May 06, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
What better way to celebrate the upcoming summer than going on a trip, right!? Why not rent a car and spend a weekend away with your friends and/or family? Enjoy the company and the sun, put on some music and bring some food and drinks to have your ultimate road trip. Hertz has several car rental coupons that you can use this summer, to make your trip even better (and cheaper).
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Posted on May 05, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
If Southern California and Los Angeles are on the travel radar, the options for where to stay are limitless. But if it’s beach time you’re craving with the family, Los Angeles has lots of perfect sandy beaches to offer. With year round warmth and endless coastlines, the beaches of Los Angeles will make for a memorable getaway. There are extremely touristy beaches that offer anything and everything under the sun, to the more local beaches that provide that extra elbowroom while trying to catch a tan. Los Angeles being a destination that requires driving, getting to and from each beach isn’t hard, but can prove to be frustrating during high traffic times, but once there, the glow of the sun and the feeling of the warm sand between your toes will have made it all worth it. Los Angeles in general has so much to offer for family vacations, but the beaches are truly what make it one of the most magical and visited places in the world. Below are some of the top beaches and destinations within Los Angeles County.
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Posted on May 04, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
There are two basic things you need when it comes to windsurfing; wind and water. It’s that simplistic, pretty much any destination near water can claim to be a top windsurfing spot, but it takes more than a few waves and a rental shack. The cleanliness of the water, the scenery that provides the backdrop to your adventure and the typical wind gusts should all play a factor when planning a windsurfing vacation.
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Posted on May 03, 2016 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
On a recent trip to San Diego, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at The Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on May 02, 2016 by Eileen Cotter Wright in Travel
While Dublin can be a blast to experience on your big trip to Ireland, the west coast is where all the wonderful natural beauty lies and the true spirit of this destination. Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is 1,500 miles of cliffside villages, scenic hiking trails and ancient ruins, just to name a few of the pit stops along the road. Hop in the car and get to exploring along this rugged and memorable route.
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Posted on April 29, 2016 by Breanna Wilson in Travel
When you live outside of New York City you don’t always necessarily think that traveling by train is the easiest and fastest way to get to a destination. But New Yorkers know that is, especially if you’re going to a city that’s close by. And since Penn Station is the main hub for Amtrak trains heading to Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and Boston, the station gets crowded. But thanks to a few simple tips, you’ll be boarding your train like a pro in no time.
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Posted on April 28, 2016 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
The mantra pura vida is most evident in the beach town of Tamarindo located in Guanacaste on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast. It’s a surfer town where you’ll find surf shops, or someone on their bike with one hand holding their board and another on the handlebar. Walk to the shore and you’ll notice a row of seaside restaurants catering to these athletes and the people who come to watch. But that’s not all Tamarindo is about. While it’s drought-ridden right now, that doesn’t stop sea turtles from crawling across the secluded beaches to lay their eggs, crocodiles from finding shade in the marshes, iguanas from sunbathing and monkeys from hanging from the trees. Animal and adventure lovers are sure to have a blast. Below are a few ideas to get you excited about a visit to Tamarindo.
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Posted on April 27, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Maui is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and has been a top destination spot for decades for visitors from all over. It’s no secret that the island has stunning beaches and a lush interior that attracts snorkelers, hikers and overall vacationers. The friendliness of the locals is also what attracts tourism to the second largest island in Hawaii. There’s always a sense of pride with locals and they embrace visitors and enjoy sharing their love for Maui with them. The island is a place where visitors let go and leave feeling refreshed and reinvigorated. A lot of that is solely based on the chilled out atmosphere that permeates the air, and that is due to the Hawaiian culture that is part of each and every local on the island.
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