Posts Categorized: Travel
Road Tripping Costa del Sol, Spain: 5 Places You Don’t Want to Miss hero image
Posted on May 13, 2016 by Eileen Cotter Wright in Travel
Where can you hike through snow-capped mountains and lounge on sunny beaches within a few miles of each other? How about experience palaces and towns perched on cliffs? All of this and more can be discovered along Spain’s Costa del Sol and east coast. So the next time you find yourself in Spain, hop in the car and hit the road!
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Mendoza: Where to Stay and What to Do in Argentina’s Wine Country hero image
Posted on May 12, 2016 by Rana Good in Travel
Mendoza is a captivating city — a lush green metropolis surrounded by the beautiful backdrop of the Andes. It’s most famous for wine-making and the vineyards of the region and Mendoza’s Malbecs are highly regarded the world over. We recommend taking a trip to this Argentinean city to indulge in a wonderful trifecta — steak, wine and beautiful nature vistas. We’re giving you the lowdown on where to indulge your senses.
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Hotel Review: Waterstone Resort & Marina, A Doubletree by Hilton hero image
Posted on May 11, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
During a recent trip to the Palm Beaches, travel writer David Duran stayed at the Waterstone Resort & Marina, a Doubletree by Hilton hotel. Here’s his take on the experience.
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7 Rules for a San Diego Girls’ Getaway hero image
Posted on May 10, 2016 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
Surf, craft beer, nightlife and a good time — San Diego is known for all this and more. It’s the perfect place to catch some sunshine and catch up with your girlfriends. There are no rules in this laidback big city, but if you want a truly spectacular trip, consider this your guidebook to the ultimate girls getaway.
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The Perfect Weekend: 48 Hours in Stockholm hero image
Posted on May 09, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
There are few Old World cities that have gone unspoiled by the ravages of time. Stockholm, Sweden remains a pristine trumpet of humanity’s triumphs, a chain of islands interconnected by the ingenuity of clever infrastructure. Culture abounds in the Venice of the North through the artifacts of its Great Power period to the age of Disco. Spend just two nights and you’ll encounter a healthy, joyous population who value the antiquity and modernity of this precious Scandinavian urban center.
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The 3 Best Hertz Coupons We Found for Summer Travel hero image
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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Your Go-To L.A. Beach Guide: 8 Family Friendly Beaches to Include in Your Summer Travel Plans hero image
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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Get Your Adventure On: The Top 10 Windsurfing Destinations in the World hero image
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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