Posted on 16 November 2014.
Las Vegas is famous for a lot of things, like parties, casinos, and all kinds of adult fun. Everybody loves Vegas for different things. Tourists, in particular, love it for these reasons:
Up All Night
By day, Vegas is a welcoming place filled with resorts and hotels and wholesome fun for the whole family. By night, it transforms into this magical place full of bright lights and wonder. There is no bed time or curfew in Vegas. Party as much and as hard as you want from dusk until dawn!
Bellagio Las Vegas via Wikipedia
Everything in One Place
Every cuisine imaginable is available in Vegas. Not only that, hotels, casinos, and other establishments have themes that will transport you to a new place. Do you want to have an authentic Mexican fiesta? Restaurants can offer that for you. You can experience all the world’s cultures in just a few days in Vegas. What’s not to love?
Fun for the Whole Family
That’s right! You don’t have to be over twenty-one to enjoy what Vegas has to offer. There’s more to the place than the casinos. Go sightseeing, take hikes on the desert, and enjoy shows like the Cirque du Soleil. It’s home to world class entertainment and entertainers.
Pop stars occasionally take residency in Vegas and play shows nearly every night! Take your kids to see Britney Spears in concert, or show them around the zoos and parks. You can entertain them in the day, and party it up at night.
There’s a reason why all the best parties happen in Vegas. Plenty of activities you won’t normally find in other cities can be found here. Most people who cannot afford to travel to Las Vegas for some entertainment may play and fall back onto casinos online like Casinodino.com. Years have been spent to make Vegas the world’s playground. You can do whatever you like and best of all, no one will judge you for it. Vegas is definitely one of those cities that’s seen it all.
Las Vegas is one of those places you should try and visit at least once. If you do have the chance to travel, you don’t even have to stay too long. Just a weekend will have you experiencing more fun than in your wildest dreams!
Posted in Tourism Promotion, USA
Posted on 01 April 2014.
Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort celebrated its very first guests to check-in today, March 31. The Hicks family of St. Petersburg, Fla. received a grand welcome and VIP experiences including a complimentary hotel stay, a special tour of the property with Adnan Bizri, managing director of Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, and Russ Dagon, vice president and executive project director at Universal Creative, a VIP Tour of Universal Orlando’s two theme parks – Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure – and more.
Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort celebrated its very first guests to check-in today, March 31. The Hicks family of St. Petersburg, Fla. received a grand welcome and VIP experiences including a complimentary hotel stay, a special tour of the property with Adnan Bizri, managing director of Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, and Russ Dagon, vice president and executive project director at Universal Creative, a VIP Tour of Universal Orlando’s two theme parks – Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure and more.
Now open, the retro-inspired hotel features incredible amenities for endless family fun including a 10,000 sq. ft. zero-entry pool with iconic dive tower waterslide, 10-lane bowling alley, family suites that sleep up to six and much more.
This summer, guests will be able to enjoy even more family fun, including a second 8,000-square-foot zero entry pool, Universal Orlando’s first lazy river at an on-site hotel, The Hideaway Bar & Grill, and additional moderately-priced family suites and value-priced standard guest rooms.
Visit www.UniversalOrlando.com for more information.
Posted in Hotel News, North America, USA
Posted on 13 March 2014.
Comedy and culture network Maximum Fun is launching the Second Annual Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Festival themed cruise. After the success of the sold-out 2013 inaugural cruise, Maximum Fun will be expanding the 2014 cruise to include new performers, exclusive attendee activities, and an upgraded vessel. Tickets are currently on sale at www.boatparty.biz.
Atlantic Ocean Comedy and Music Festival 2014
The Festival includes two nights of comedy and one of music, along with a shuffleboard tournament, private parties and various other high-seas shenanigans offered exclusively to Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Festival (aka Boat Party) attendees aboard the ship. Boat Party attendees will also be treated to private dining areas and highly-coveted Boat Party name tags. Continue Reading
Posted in USA
Posted on 16 January 2014.
If you are a deer hunter, you know the excitement of tracking down a big buck and the adrenaline rush that comes when you actually take it down. Despite being less accepted than it was in the past, deer hunting is still an incredibly popular sport. In fact, in rural areas hunting white-tail is an institution with many families, and making a first kill is a rite of passage for young hunters. You probably have your own favorite hunting spots near to where you live, but it can be exhilarating to go hunting in other parts of the country – the experience is incredibly varied, with each state having its own particular character. Here are some of the best places to go deer hunting in the United States.
Great Places to Hunt Dear in the USA Image source
If you are looking for some of the largest bucks you will find anywhere, then Iowa is a must-visit destination. The deer population is not as big as some other states – about 200,000 – but you’ll be astounded by the size of the white-tail deer there. According to Iowa’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), one of the reasons for this is that there is plenty of forage for deer in the state, and the relatively mild winters let them grow to extraordinary sizes. In fact, the Iowa DNR actually maintains a registry of big game that has been shot in the state, and will award you a certificate if you bag a deer with a trophy-sized rack of antlers. The state is also friendly to hunters – because the economy in Iowa is so dependent on farming, the state wants to keep deer populations under control to prevent damage to crops. Continue Reading
Posted in North America, USA
Posted on 05 December 2013.
In honor of this year¹s cold-weather Super Bowl, Resorts West has announced a lodging package for football fans looking to celebrate game day at a winter vacation destination. Guests who stay with Resorts West during Super Bowl XLVIII can watch all the action while enjoying the Greatest Snow on EarthTM at one of Park City¹s three world-class resorts, including Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort or Canyons Resort.
The ³Super Bowl on the Slopes² package features accommodations at a luxurious 4-bedroom condo with private hot tub, eight two-day lift tickets and a catered Game Day party featuring classic Super Bowl fare, including local brews by Wasatch Beer and spirits from Utah¹s High West Distillery. All attendees must be over the age of 21. Guests can also arrange ski and snowboard rentals, extra lift tickets, ground transfers and grocery stocking services at additional cost. Shuttle service throughout Park City, daily housekeeping and private concierge service is complimentary.
This package starts at $745 per person plus taxes and fees, based on eight guests for three nights with two days of skiing and a catered Super Bowl meal with drinks. Rates vary based on property size and number of guests. Restrictions may apply. Package is available between January 31 and February 3, 2014.
About Resorts West
Since 1999, Resorts West has led the luxury accommodations niche at each of Park City¹s three world-class ski resorts, setting the standard of excellence with unparalleled service and new or newly remodeled properties. Resorts West¹s elite vacation rental properties range from 2- bedroom slope-side condos to 7-bedroom private villas, each offering Resorts West¹s signature Private Concierge service and daily housekeeping. Resorts West also exclusively manages the Ski Dream Home at Deer Valley Resort. For more information about Resorts West, please visit www.resortswest.com.
Posted in North America, USA
Posted on 18 October 2013.
There are few cities in the world that create as much excitement in the human mind as New York City does. The Big Apple is, in fact, big in just about every sense of the world – from the size of the buildings, to the size of plates of food, and the size of the personalities – and yet geographically it is a lot smaller than many of the other ‘big’ cities on this planet.
I vividly remember my first glimpse of New York City. Having arrived at JFK Airport, I was sat on a coach heading for Manhattan. When you see that most famous of world skyline’s in the distance, with the Empire State Building standing tall and proud, you can’t help but feel joy, excitement and wonder.
New York truly is a must visit city. There are as many as 800 languages spoken in the city, and as such it’s a destination where you can eat food from every single corner of the world. From Italian (New York pizza is like no other), to Chinese and, of course, the good old American burgers and fries, New York’s culinary scene is a wonderful thing – with so many restaurants around you can eat well for a very pocket friendly amount.
Away from the dining table, there is no other island with so much to do. A visit to the top of the Empire State Building is considered a must, and while this was a tip I followed, I found the top of the Rockefeller Centre a more enjoyable experience: not only is the viewing platform friendlier in terms of space and fencing material, but you also get to have the Empire State Building in your photographs. Continue Reading
Posted in North America, USA
Posted on 26 July 2013.
Equal parts cultural center and natural paradise, this Ontario capital is as diverse as they come. If you’re looking for Toronto’s most cosmopolitan side, here are six experiences you can’t do without.
Shopping in Canada
1. A night (or three) at the Gladstone Hotel
This uber-artsy Queen West property wears several hats — hipster destination, Toronto landmark and unbeatable spot to see and be seen to name just a few — but the vibe here is simply irresistible. Indie musicians play in the ballroom, cabaret nights are regular events, and the on-site Melody and Art Bars host art classes and karaoke parties. Talk about chic. Continue Reading
Posted in Canada, North America
Posted on 13 February 2013.
Taking a family vacation can be an amazing experience. It can be a fantastic bonding experience for one, but it can also be a relaxing event that everybody can enjoy. But sometimes it’s not as relaxing, and more stressful.
That’s why it’s important when planning a family vacation to choose the right location. And in choosing the right location, it’s important that you don’t break the bank. Sure, road trips can be fun, but if you don’t win the 21st contest a new car seat can be expensive. Check out these ideas for awesome and affordable family friend vacations that your family will absolutely love, and everybody will enjoy.
San Francisco, California
San Francisco is a great place to go with the family, and with three airports in the vicinity it’s easy to find a cheap flight for everybody. The time to go to San Francisco for cheap is in March, when many hotels are up to 40 percent off their regular prices. Continue Reading
Posted in North America, Travel Tips, USA
Posted on 13 November 2012.
Hawaii and its capital city of Honolulu are extremely well known and well regarded as superb vacation destinations, and deservedly so. There is so much to see and do here that visitors return time and time again.
Al Awai Canal (photo courstesy of Wikipedia)
For first-time guests, the opportunity to explore a wealth of natural wonders, remarkable cultural heritage sites and fabulous regional cuisine is matched only by the exhilarating activities to enjoy on the beach, including snorkeling and surfing, plus a vibrant nightlife scene. Continue Reading
Posted in Hawaii, North America, USA
Posted on 04 October 2012.
Proposition 39 is gradually becoming a topic of hot debate. Proposition 39 will take off the ability of companies in California to choose between 2 methods for calculating their taxable income. This will force companies to use sales as the only criteria for calculation.
This will have a huge impact on the revenue generation in legislative offices of California. Approximately $1 billion will be collected in revenue from each California Legislative Analyst’s Office. $500-$550 million dollars from this revenue will be allocated for clean energy and other energy related projects in the next 5 years. Continue Reading
Posted in USA
Posted on 12 July 2012.
Offering a nearly perfect climate, 70 miles of sparkling beaches and world-famous attractions, San Diego is the ideal destination to soak up the summer. This season, San Diego’s hotels are offering hot deals and playful packages that are sure to make a splash for fun-filled getaways or family friendly stays.
Paradise Point San Diego
Available now through September 30, 2012, the Paradise Point Resort & Spa, located on a private 44-acre island on Mission Bay, is offering the Surf and Stay Package. The package includes a bungalow-style guest room, 3-hour surf lesson at the Paradise Surf Academy, speedboat transportation to and from the lesson, a complimentary one-year membership to the Surfrider Foundation and an “I Love My Beach” tote bag. Rates start at $375 per night, plus tax. Book online at www.paradisepoint.com or call 800-344-2626. Continue Reading
Posted in North America, USA
Posted on 02 July 2012.
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort announces the “Fore Fall Golf Getaway,” an unprecedented package including accommodations at LeCiel, Florida Gulf Coast’s newest boutique hotel experience, and two rounds on The Links Course starting at only $89 per person, per night.
As part of this value-packed promotion, a golf cart, unlimited use of Sandestin’s practice facility and range balls are included. Complimentary replay rounds booked at the course the day of play are offered based on availability.
As an added bonus, the package also features a $10 beverage cart credit per person.
“The Fore Fall Golf Getaway is perfect for golf enthusiasts of all levels in search of an escape from work and school as the temperature starts to cool off,” says Rick Hileman, PGA Director of Golf Operations at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort.
“It combines the Destin area’s only contemporary boutique accommodations with a golf course that’s long been a favorite of locals and resort guests.” Continue Reading
Posted in North America, USA