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1.   The Top 10 Cities Chosen by Italian Tourists for the Autumn Bank Holiday by Ilaria Aglietti
    A study carried out by Italian travel comparison engine reveals that London was the Italians’ favourite destination for the Halloween weekend.
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2.   Improve Your Golf Swing In 30 Minutes With Six Simple Golf Swing Tips by Sam White
    In-depth article explaining how to perfect your golf swing in six steps covering everything from the pivot to the mental game.
    Distributed: 2011-12-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1230 | Page Views: 5721 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.40
3.   South Texas Quickens with Wildlife by Jeff Parker
    While many of the world's other destinations lose species, the Brush Country's heart beats a steady rhythm. Nature here still thrives along the full spectrum of the food chain and today more wildlife roams per acre in the Brush Country than anywhere else in the United States. In fact, South Texas' rich biodiversity has made it one of North America's liveliest places for nature-lovers and wildlife photographers to visit.
    Distributed: 2011-09-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 706 | Page Views: 5217 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.25
4.   Honduras Delivers Wildlife Wow! by Jeff Parker
    Adventure to Honduras' north central coast and discover for yourself the untamed beauty and incredible wildlife that await you and your lens. Here, its friendly Carribean people aren't jaded from a constant onslaught of tourists and you can still blaze your own trails, yet enough of a path has been cleared so that you can comfortably enjoy the thrill of the jungles, seashores, and mangrove estuaries of this often-overlooked Central American jewel.
    Distributed: 2011-09-13 10:30:00 | Word Count: 502 | Page Views: 569 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
5.   Las Vegas – One City, Many Destinations by George Cuthbert
    Many of the fabulous Las Vegas hotels are themed to represent top attractions and places in other countries. Why go on a round-the-world tour when you can experience everything from the bright lights of Vegas?
    Distributed: 2011-07-26 10:00:00 | Word Count: 816 | Page Views: 6256 | Votes: 23 | Rating: 3.87
6.   5 Reasons Why Las Vegas Visitors Should Take a Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour by Keith Kravitz
    Helicopters can take you from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon in just 45 minutes, making these air tours the perfect day trip. The West Rim is the only place where you can fly to the bottom and land. It's also home to the world-famous Grand Canyon Skywalk. Need more reasons to go? Read on...
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7.   South Rim or West Rim? How to Pick a Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour by Keith Kravitz
    If you are planning a trip to the Grand Canyon, especially from Las Vegas, you will need to choose which rim to visit. This article gives you the tools to pick the rim that's right for you.
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8.   Bunratty Castle in Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Bunratty Castle is conveniently located near Shannon Airport in Ireland. You will want to stop for a tour on your way in or out of the country. Enjoy a medieval banquet with food, drink and song and be transported back to the 1500s!
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 12:00:00 | Word Count: 744 | Page Views: 4594 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.00
9.   Things to Do With Your Kids in Toronto by Ryan Hogan
    There are a couple of things to keep in mind about Toronto. One is the weather. While Toronto has a pretty mild climate for a Canadian city, and it does experience four distinct seasons, its winters can be a bit harsh. You can expect snowfall from November through mid-April. Second, Toronto is expensive. It's often rated as the most expensive city in Canada in which to live. So while there's plenty for your family to do in Toronto, you'll need to pay attention to the weather and to your budget.
    Distributed: 2010-07-30 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1342 | Page Views: 5536 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.33
10.   Music and Humor by Ryan Hogan
    Music and humor can intersect in one of three ways. The first way is when serious artists get clever. This would be The Who's "Squeeze Box," The Ramones "I Want to be Sedated," or Aerosmith's "Dude Looks Like a Lady."
    Distributed: 2010-07-29 11:30:00 | Word Count: 914 | Page Views: 6134 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.60
11.   The 10 Best Places in America to See a Play or Musical by Kelly McCartney
    Beginning with Radio City Music Hall, Kelly documents ten favorite vacation spots that allow you to take in a play or musical...
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12.   Changing Patterns Of Travel For Affluent Parents With Children by Shelley Cheny
    One of the increasing trends we are seeing in today's travel scene is the changes in spending patterns in parents with young children. This article presents the case for increased catering for children in luxury resorts and five and six star accommodation.
    Distributed: 2010-07-27 10:00:00 | Word Count: 544 | Page Views: 4443 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
13.   Visit the Newgrange Passage Tomb in Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Visit Newgrange, the Megalithic passage tomb near Dublin, Ireland. You will be amazed by this prehistoric structure built 4,000 years before the castles in Ireland and 600 years before the Pyramids in Egypt.
    Distributed: 2010-06-24 10:00:00 | Word Count: 618 | Page Views: 4264 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
14.   Plan Your Irish Castle Wedding by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Consider having your wedding in a majestic castle in Ireland. With a little advance planning, you and your fiancee can marry in an Irish castle fit for fairy tales.
    Distributed: 2010-06-22 10:15:00 | Word Count: 521 | Page Views: 5086 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.00
15.   Six Broadway Shows You Must See by Ryan Hogan
    Even those living in a cave know that Wicked, The Lion King and Chicago are Broadway's hottest tickets. But they're not the only entertainment on the Great White Way. Below, BSTLV looks at eight other Broadway shows you should definitely check out. These eight productions range from timeless revivals to brand new dramatic works that are destined to become Broadway classics.
    Distributed: 2010-04-29 10:30:00 | Word Count: 643 | Page Views: 5777 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.00
16.   Must-See 2010 Summer Music Festivals by Ryan Hogan
    One of the best things about summer, at least for music fans, is the plethora of music festivals held all across the country and all though out the season. These festivals bring together dozens of great bands usually for more than one day and usually on more than one stage.
    Distributed: 2010-04-28 10:00:00 | Word Count: 885 | Page Views: 5386 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.60
17.   The Top 10 Amusement Parks in America by Ryan Hogan
    The deciding factor in selecting the top ten amusement parks in America was the answer to the following question: is the park worth a trip across country? If the park is in Florida is it worth the trip from the West Coast? If the park is in California is it worth the journey from Boston or Baltimore? If the answer was yes, the park qualified for inclusion.
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18.   Springtime in Boston by Ryan Hogan
    Spring is always a welcomed time of year especially after a long, cold winter. In Boston, springtime is a chance to forget all about the snow and ice and instead embrace the numerous outdoor activities the city has to offer.
    Distributed: 2010-04-20 15:00:00 | Word Count: 696 | Page Views: 4693 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.80
19.   The Book of Kells by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    The Book of Kells is a beautifully illustrated, hand-written work including the four gospels of the Bible. It was made by monks around the year 800 A.D. and is on display at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. When you visit Dublin, be sure to see this brilliant work of art.
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20.   Take a Hike in Howth, Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Visit Howth, Ireland on your next trip. The scenic fishing village is a short DART ride away from Dublin. You will find fine food and tour historic sites. Take a hike along the Irish coastal cliffs and experience stunning views of the Irish Sea, Dublin and the Wicklow and Bourne Mountains.
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21.   The Best San Diego Restaurants and Places to Eat by Ryan Hogan
    As you might expect for a city located near the ocean, San Diego is brimming with great seafood restaurants. However, the city has a lot more to offer the taste buds than just fish and scallops. San Diego is also home to fine American, French, Mexican, and Asian cuisine. There are also quality establishments offering delicious pizza, burgers, and barbeque.
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22.   Florida Is A Fisherman's Vacation Paradise by Jeb Maxwell
    Florida is the one state in the United States that offers Sportsmen a crack at saltwater fishing in its backwaters without once making a wish for a more comfortable environment. Balmy, warm and breathtakingly beautiful the sunshine state is the perfect contender for a fishing vacation. A Florida fishing vacation is an angler's idea of what heaven should be like. A prime Fishing Vacation Destination for Great Bass Fishing and Sport Fishing.
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23.   Favorite Fishing Spots In The Great State Of Florida by Jeb Maxwell
    From freshwater to saltwater, Florida offers a wide range of fishing opportunities for the most avid fisherman. It was impossible to explore all the fishing opportunities, within this article, but I have tried to at least point you to the highlights of any Florida fishing trip.
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24.   Where To Go In Florida, If You Want To Take Your Dog To The Beach by Jeb Maxwell
    Florida has four of the top ten Dog Friendly Beaches in the United States. In this article, we describe what you may need to know if you want to take your dog with you on your next Florida beach vacation.
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25.   Northcentral Florida: It's The Land That Time Forgot by Alesha Corwin
    If you are one of those people who has given up on Florida, I encourage you to venture about an hour and a half north of the Magic Kingdom, into Marion and Alachua Counties, where Orlando's ravening grid falters and the landscape stops looking like something loaded off a truck.
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26.   Vacation Rentals - Undiscovered Travel Retreats by Jeb Maxwell
    Vacation time may be several months away, and you may be starting to think about where and what might be the perfect vacation this year - the beach, golf resort, SCUBA diving, skiing, maybe just sight seeing? And you think about places you have been - and the problems you have had. You may be asking yourself if there is a better way to enjoy your next vacation, and there is good news... Read this article to learn about the vacation rental industry.
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27.   Love Blasts Off on Florida's Space Coast Vacation by Alesha Corwin
    Those in search of a romantic celebration could opt for a weekend getaway to one of Florida's oceanfront resorts or acclaimed bed and breakfasts, on or near Florida's Space Coast. In this article, we will review six Florida locations that offer romantic Florida vacations for couples looking to get away from the hustle-and-bustle of daily living.
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28.   Get Your Hiking Boots Ready For Your Florida Hiking Vacation by Candi Seger
    Hiking one of the many trails in the State of Florida offers a great probability of giving the hiker an experience to remember. Once you go on one hike, then you are ready for your next hike. The hiking is both interesting and marvelous, on the dozens of hiking trails available to the public in the great state of Florida.
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29.   Ten of the Main Barcelona Attractions for Young Children by Olga Simon
    If you are visiting Barcelona with children, it is not often easy to keep them occupied and entertained. Bored children can spoil your holiday, so here is our choice of the top 10 attractions Barcelona has to offer to families with children of any age.
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30.   Vacation Home Swaps - Are They Right For You? by Jeb Maxwell
    Home swaps or home exchanges are a different kind of vacation experience. Generally, it simply requires finding a home owner who lives in the place you would like to visit and having them desire to visit your hometown, and then the two of you can agree to specific terms of exchange, to swap homes for a specific time frame. Read this article to learn more about this low-cost travel and vacation opportunity.
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31.   There Is More To Hershey, Pennsylvania Than Chocolate by Jeb Maxwell
    Hershey, Pennsylvania is a great location to take a vacation. While it is bustling with tourists in the summer, it is a quaint, small town that is very welcoming and full of beautiful scenery year around.
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32.   The Difference Between Hotels, Vacation Homes and a Bed and Breakfast by Jeb Maxwell
    When it is time to take the family on vacation, most of us think only about getting a hotel room. Sure, we might also consider a tent campground, a RV or travel trailer, and possibly even a beach condo, but how many of us realize that we have more choices for a place to sleep while on vacation? In this article, we take a funny look at the joys of vacation accommodations.
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33.   Sea World Orlando Florida - A Tour Of The Attraction by Jeb Maxwell
    Sea World Orlando Water Park is central Florida's premier marine life park, accepting visitors year around and presenting its guests with an sea wildlife experience that will be enjoyed by children and adults alike. Read this article to get an overview of what you can expect when you visit Orlando's Sea World Marine Park.
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34.   Wisconsin's Lakes Offer A Multitude Of Log Cabin Rentals For Vacationers by Candi Seger
    Cabin rentals in Wisconsin are a great value to both new and seasoned travelers to the state. Wisconsin has a wide amalgamation of natural lakes, reservoirs, and small ponds; many dotted along their shores with classic, honest-to-goodness log cabins. These cabins are often vacant, yet comfortably furnished and ready to be warmed by a family looking to fish, explore, and relax on the scenic water front.
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35.   Hotels Cost 300% More Per Person Per Day Than Vacation Rentals: I'll Prove It! by Jon Ludwig
    The verdict on the true cost of spending your vacation in a hotel versus staying in a vacation rental is in, and I have the proof. For a family on a vacation, a vacation rental provides great accommodations for far less money than a hotel. Read this article to get the facts.
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36.   Panama City Beach, Florida Offers One Of The Best Beaches In America And More by Candi Seger
    Located in the panhandle of Florida, Panama City Beach, Florida is a popular destination for many travelers. Less than an hour's drive to the east of Pensacola, Florida, Panama City is located just west of the Apalachicola National Forest. It consists of seemingly unending strip of bars, amusement parks, and old-fashioned hotels, but this lively and crowded destination also has luxury resorts and condominiums to go along with its 20-plus miles of sandy beaches, golf courses, fishing, boating, and fresh seafood - when in season.
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37.   Sightseeing Opportunities That Should Not Be Missed In Pennsylvania by Candi Seger
    Pennsylvania is known for its rustic charm and opportunities to escape in a beautiful, undisturbed natural environment or charming small town. While enjoying the many activities available, there are also a multitude of places to stay. In this article, we will discuss the range of lodging accommodations available in Pennsylvania, as well as many of the must-see sightseeing opportunities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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38.   Bed And Breakfast Owners Understand Tourism by Jeb Maxwell
    When was the last time you stayed at a bed and breakfast (b&b) on your vacation? If the answer is never, I am about to introduce you to one of the most underutilized vacation resources. Otherwise, I am about to tell you how you can get the most out of your vacation, by asking a few simple questions.
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39.   Entertain Yourself In West Virginia's Great Outdoors, In Grant County, WV by Candi Seger
    Grant County, West Virginia is situated in northeastern West Virginia, between Maryland on the north and Virginia on its southern side. It is jam-packed with outdoor entertainment options that will please even the most hard-to-please vacationer.
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40.   It Is Hard To Top A Family Vacation Near The Beach In Cape May, New Jersey by Alesha Corwin
    And so begins the day at the Bedford Inn Bed and Breakfast in Cape May, New Jersey, one of the historic inns that can be found among numerous well-maintained inns in this quaint Victorian town. Let me introduce you to the vacation destination of Cape May, NJ...
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41.   Branson, Missouri Offers Fun And Adventure For Your Next Romantic Getaway by Candi Seger
    What could be more romantic than escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life and venturing to a place where you can spend quality time with the one you love in the crisp clean air of the great outdoors?
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42.   West Virginia Offers Travel Options From Outdoor Adventure To Indoor Luxury by Candi Seger
    Find out why everyone calls West Virginia "Almost Heaven" and "Wild and Wonderful" by hosting your next tour, meeting or reunion there. This article reviews some of the features that make West Virginia a choice destination for many vacationers.
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43.   Home Away From Home: Benefits Of Condos Over Hotels And RV's by Clinton Douglas IV
    When people consider their vacation or weekend getaways, few understand the true range of options they really do have available to them. Many people think their only options for lodging on vacation is limited to: hotels, motels, cabins, RV's, travel trailers, and tents. But the truth is that there are a few more options that most people never even consider.
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44.   California Beach Destinations From Pismo Beach to Big Sur by Candi Seger
    California is a huge place, and so your choice of beach rentals is vast and varied. From the Northern coast of California, with fog-bound beaches and forests that stretch down to the ocean, to Southern California where beach-life and sunshine are the main attractions, you will find that California offers a wealth of vacation destinations that could make your next vacation perfect.
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45.   Los Angeles Celebrity Helicopter Tours by Jay Wilson
    Many people come to Los Angeles to get a glimpse of celebrities and the lifestyles they lead. A bus tour can get you in front of their home or take you to where the movie premieres are, but they can't get you a bird's eye view of where they live and spend their time out of the spotlight.
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46.   An Introduction To The Paradise Coast of Florida, Surrounding Fort Myers, Florida by Jeb Maxwell
    A wonderful place to visit and enjoy is southwest Florida, using Ft. Myers as a base for your explorations. Ft. Myers is 90 minutes south of Tampa on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Ft. Myers and the surrounding communities boast of having the world's best weather from October through May (and it's not too bad the rest of the year either).
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47.   A Perfect Couple's Getaway On The Jersey Shore At Avon-By-The-Sea, NJ by Alesha Corwin
    As a Manhattanite going to the Jersey shore, it always seemed like second or third choice until I discovered Avon-By-The-Sea. This is a small, relatively unknown area of the Jersey shore that I am happy to recommend to others, as a result of my own experiences in this beautiful little town.
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48.   South Lake Tahoe, California, USA Travel Guide by Candi Seger
    When you arrive in South Lake Tahoe, first you will be struck with the beauty of the lake and the mountains.
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49.   What Happened During And After Attending My First Internet Marketing Seminar by Willie Crawford
    I was online for SIX YEARS before I attended my first Internet marketing seminar (in December 2002), yet attending that first seminar was the catalyst that started my already successful business growing exponentially...
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50.   Seaside Romance in Barcelona, Spain by Clinton Douglas IV
    Nestled along the majestic, tranquil Mediterranean coast lies the romantic Spanish city known for its ancient culture and awe-inspiring historic architecture. The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona has mild, comfortable winters and dry, smoldering summers. The best time to vacation, weather-wise, is during the Spring and Fall, March through June or September through January. So now is the ideal time to experience its spendor.
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51.   Signal Mountain Serves As A Doorway To Civil War History and Chattanooga, Tennessee by Alesha Corwin
    In Signal Mountain and nearby Chattanooga, one has quick and easy access to boutiques, restaurants, and antiques shopping. In Signal Mountain, the downtown area offers many attractions including: a beautiful aquarium, Ruby Falls, Rock City, The Chattanooga Choo-Choo, and several Civil War battlefields.
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52.   Aran Islands by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Step back in time when you take a trip to one of the rugged, scenic Aran Islands. You can rent a bicycle, walk or hire a horse-drawn buggy to take you around the islands. Many of the locals speak Gaelic. They are usually happy to have a lively conversation in English, too. You will enjoy the historic sites and beautiful views as you explore the islands at your leisure.
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53.   Harlem Globetrotters Coming To A City Near You by Ryan Hogan
    The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to a city near you in 2010. While the goodwill ambassadors of basketball play year around, their North American touring schedule generally last from late December through late April-early May.
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54.   Sin City, Cirque Du Soleil, Peanut Butter and Jelly by Ryan Hogan
    Every night nearly 9,000 people in Las Vegas see a Cirque du Soleil show. That's five percent of the city's visitors. Below are descriptions of each of the traditional Cirque du Soleil shows performing in Las Vegas including Le RĂŞve, a Cirque-style show playing at the Wynn Hotel.
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55.   Ten Things You Didn't Know About Toronto by Mark Anderson
    The hockey hall of fame, the CN Tower, and the Rogers Centre are just a few of the things associated with Toronto, Ontario. However, the provincial capital and financial center of Canada is one of North America's most fascinating cities. To shed some light on the mysterious metropolis, we've compiled a list of the 10 things your probably didn't know about Toronto...
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56.   Blarney Castle in Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Blarney Castle is one of the most popular sites in Ireland. Millions have traveled to southwest Ireland, climbed a very steep stairway, bent over backwards, and kissed a stone. The legend of the Blarney Stone began with the Lord of Blarney who refused to give his allegiance to Queen Elizabeth.
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57.   New German Travel Portal Now Online by Janneke Nijenhuis
    New German travel portal now online. Free and easy access to the German travel market for all travel providers.
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58.   Vacation Rental Advertising - The Good, The Bad and the Outright Scams by Scott Norris
    Advertising vacation rentals across the nation has changed to the property owner's advantage. Five years ago, property owners depended on their local newspaper to advertise their vacation rentals. Compare that to today's global reach and on-demand access to rental listings on the World Wide Web. Travelers from around the world now have the ability to view listings on thousands of advertising sites with relative ease. There are risks, though: RENTER BEWARE!
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59.   Paris Las Vegas: Value-adds at the Heart of the Las Vegas Strip by Catherine Brock
    Paris Las Vegas, located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, is a long way from being the flashiest, hippest or sexiest spot on the Strip -- despite what the signage in the hotel elevator might tell you. But this Parisian-themed destination is quietly making up for its lack of flash with big values to go along with its moderately priced rooms.
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60.   Need A Vacation After Your Vacation? Book A Vacation Rental Next Time by Scott Norris
    Discover the secret of vacation rentals from Lake Tahoe, Nevada to the Caribbean and every travel hot spot in between. These vacation homes, condos, villas and cabins are spread across most of the world.
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61.   Forgotten By The Travel Industry - Over 100 Million German Speaking Travelers by Janneke Nijenhuis
    A huge travel market often forgotten by the travel industry. Websites have not been translated into the German language and online distribution on the German markets is neglected.
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62.   Sarasota Florida: Ultimate Beach Guide by John C Allen
    When thinking of Sarasota, Florida, images of its white sandy beaches dance in your head. Sun glistening on the tips of waves splashing in from the waters of the Gulf of Mexico twinkle the imagination too. For decades, visitors have marked Sarasota as a return destination on their yearly calendars in order to experience Florida's warm climate in harsh winters. In this article, we will review other Florida beach destinations for you to consider also.
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63.   The Right Way To Start Your Vacation: An Hotel In The Centre Of Florence by Roberta Nardi
    If you are lucky enough to be traveling to Tuscany what is the best way to start your vacation there? In every way Florence is the heart of Tuscany. Historically, artistically, culturally and geographically the centre of beautiful Tuscany is the amazingly beautiful seat of the Medicis.
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64.   Time For A Relaxing Vacation? Book A Holiday Apartment In Florence! by Susanna Esposito
    Staying away from the largest cities allows even more focus on a relaxing style of vacation, and cities like Florence embody the idea.
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65.   Travel In Tuscany, Italy: Useful Tips To Find The Perfect Place To Stay by Alice Esposito
    Tuscany has been one of the top travel destinations in the world ever since Percy Bysshe Shelley decided that it was the place that would welcome his poetry. It stands to reason that accommodations in a place that is as popular as Tuscany, Italy, a traveler would have not only a large amount of options for hotels, apartments and country houses; but would also find a little advice useful. This is especially true for the seasoned traveler that is considering taking the plunge into buying a vacation home.
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66.   How To Buy Real Estate in Mexico by Fernanda Rodriguez
    Buying property in Mexico has become more popular every year. Whether you would like to purchase a vacation home or are planning on retiring there, owning real estate in Mexico is easy and safe. With its incredible natural resources, rapidly improving economy and modern facilities and infrastructure, Mexico is the place to make your dream home a reality. This article will answer most of your questions about buying real estate in Mexico.
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67.   5 Tips for Planning a Staycation by Laurel Vespi
    Taking all of your vacation days is an important component of your peak performance at home and work. Vacations allow you to disconnect from your regular routine and then return rested and rejuvenated. If money or time is tight, a staycation is a great alternative to a traditional vacation. A staycation is simply a vacation taken at home. Following a few simple tips, you can enjoy the benefits of a holiday without having to pack your suitcase.
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68.   Tips About Vacation Villas In Chianti, Tuscany by Teresa Cambi
    Travelers who enjoy wine, food, beautiful scenery and a relaxed pace will love Chianti. Not only is the region home to its namesake wine which is one of the most beloved and popular wines in the world, but it is also home to some of the most characteristic farmhouses and villas in Tuscany.
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69.   Find The Right Property For Sale In Tuscany by Alice Migliorini
    All the basics as far as real estate are essentially the same. If you are buying a condo in Miami or a property in the rolling hills of Tuscany you follow the same road. The road just meanders a little bit more when you deal with purchasing a house in Italy rather than the US.
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70.   Vacation Apartments In Florence: Save Your Money And Feel At Home by Stella Manetti
    Florence is arguably one of, if not the, most beautiful cities in the world. It is on virtually everyone's "places to see" list and the best way to see a city like Florence is like a local. It is a city best taken in slowly, the same way you would a good meal. Renting one of the many apartments that are geared for tourists can save you money at the same time as giving you the experience of feeling at home.
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71.   Visit the Historic Rock of Cashel in Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Your whole family will enjoy a trip to the historic Rock of Cashel in Ireland. It is located above the town of Cashel in County Tipperary. It is one of the most historic and spectacular heritage sites in Ireland.
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72.   The Art of Miami by Lynda Belcher
    The art scene in Miami is always full of creative enterprise, with art openings occurring regularly and some of the most well known artists (of all types) choosing to display their work here. Moreover, the art scene includes a diverse grouping of performing arts venues as well as museums, music halls and much more.
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73.   The San Francisco Theatre Scene by Mark Anderson
    Just about any time of the year you can scour the theater listings in the San Francisco Bay Area and find well over 100 productions available for viewing. These shows range from plays to musicals to cabarets and everything else in between.
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74.   Visit the Dingle Peninsula for an Authentic Irish Experience by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Visit the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland, to experience the stunning scenery, traditional Irish music, delicious food, and warm hospitality.
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75.   Choosing The Right Barcelona Accommodation by Olga Simon
    Choosing the right Barcelona accommodation for your short-term vacation in Barcelona or business trip is not as straightforward as most people believe it to be. Most people automatically look for a hotel directory to find their accommodation, but there are several alternative options that might better suit your needs.
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76.   Pearl Jam Sells Out by Ryan Hogan
    When fans, especially those of the casual variety, think of Pearl Jam they generally conjure up an image of a "fight the power" type of band who's politically active and bent on not succumbing to the "Man" running the music industry.
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77.   Hot Miami Sound by Lynda Belcher
    Because Miami is such a virtual melting pot of ethnicities and various cultures, it's no wonder that it's all manifested in the music. There few other places in the country, or the world, that can boast the number of different musical sounds that Miami contains in one city.
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78.   Volunteer Abroad with a Clean Conscience by Stephen Knight
    Guidance for anyone thinking of volunteering abroad who is concerned about the negative impact of air travel.
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79.   Sarasota Florida: Top Ten Reasons to Visit in 2009 by John C Allen
    An abundance of visitors from around the world visit Sarasota each year to enjoy all of the amenities this small city on the Gulf Coast of Florida has to offer. Each year, Sarasota's warm climate attracts "snowbirds" down to the Sunshine State for its high season from January through March. Visitors and residents alike enjoy the city's internationally recognized cultural amenities matching those of the nation's largest cities. A world-class destination, Sarasota, Florida has many reasons to live, work and play in this gorgeous coastal setting.
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80.   Longboat Key Florida: How to Make the Most of Your Visit by John C Allen
    Longboat Key Florida is an 11-mile long island that borders the Gulf of Mexico to its west and the calm waters of Sarasota Bay on to its east. The 8,000 permanent residents of Longboat Key live in a variety of residential styles from condominiums, townhouses, small single-family homes to luxury waterfront estates. While providing activities such as beachcombing, walking, swimming and fishing, the Key is manicured and secluded allowing a relaxing lifestyle. Longboat Key is known throughout the world for its outstanding beaches, sweeping water views, excellent dining, great weather, luxury lifestyles and don't forget the sensational sunsets.
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81.   How To Find The Best Real Estate For Sale In Tuscany by Susanna Cardelli
    For those that have traveled to Tuscany and fallen in love with the region, it is not uncommon to harbor a dream of buying a home there. Where do you begin when you are in a position to realize the dream? As any decent real estate agent will tell you, there are three things to consider in real estate, "location, location, location." But American real estate agents have never had to deal with Italian bureaucracy.
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82.   Health Tourism is a Growing Trend in Healthcare by Kevin Kielty
    Traveling to a foreign country for healthcare is a growing trend in the US.
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83.   A Glimpse of History Through Civil War and Western Replicas by Beth Mark
    Historical reenactments are one of the fastest growing hobbies in America, and its no surprise. Our history as Americans defines how we are today. Through learning from the past, we can appreciate all the sacrifices and hard work that our ancestors made in order to secure our freedoms.
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84.   10 Tips on Booking an Apartment for Your Vacation in Barcelona by Olga Simon
    Here are 10 tips on booking an apartment for a vacation in Barcelona, and also some general holiday advice which I would strongly recommend to anyone considering booking a short-term apartment let. In no particular order, here are my top ten tips for checking that your apartment will not disappoint:
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85.   Try This Cost-Free Way To Roam The Globe And Write About It by Charles Jacobs
    Enjoy exploring the world, and discover the satisfaction of sharing your unique experiences with others. With a little discipline and some research, plus an inquiring mind, you can craft and even sell travel articles.
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86.   Ireland Bed and Breakfast: Is It the Best Lodging Choice for You? by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Will you stay in an Irish Bed and Breakfast on your trip? Bed and Breakfast lodging is an experience you won't want to miss. B and Bs are plentiful and inexpensive all around Ireland and well worth considering for all or part of your stay in the Emerald Isle.
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87.   Useful Tips For The Tuscany Lovers: Holiday Villas And Apartments by Maurizio Esposito
    The beauty of the Tuscany area and its idyllically perfect landscapes have remained unchanged for hundreds of years. What the Renaissance painters so lovingly and accurately captured in their works is still identifiable 500 years later.
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88.   Nationwide Audiences Revel In Wicked Fun During Wicked: The Musical by Lynda Belcher
    In my opinion, the best stories are those that are about the "other guy." You know, the one who would never normally get the spotlight or have his story told if it were not for the main story line of a TV show, book or movie. Some people might refer to this character as the underdog, but this is not always an accurate assessment.
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89.   Play Golf in Ireland by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    This article has been removed, by author request.
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90.   Top Ten Tips For Happy Holiday Car Hire by Tobias Bowman
    Avoid unforeseen pitfalls and astronomical charges when hiring a car on your next holiday. Follow these ten simple steps from an industry expert to dodge unnecessary surcharges and stay protected.
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91.   My Night on the Town by Ryan Hogan
    Are you new to the Philadelphia area; are you looking to take a vacation to the City Of Brotherly Love; or are you a long-time resident looking to find new and interesting things to do with your time? Whatever the case, you will enjoy this article, as it brings a fresh view of the Philadelphia nightlife and its food and entertainment options...
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92.   Why Chicago is a Classic Sports Town by Ryan Hogan
    Chicago is one of the best sports towns in America. Not only do they have knowledgeable and passionate fans but they also have some of the oldest franchises and some of the most hallowed playing fields in all of sports.
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93.   Holiday Apartments In Florence: The Best Choice For Your Vacation by Roberta Aloisio
    Traveling to Italy and the beautiful city of Florence are on the "bucket list" of just about everyone. The natural beauty of the peninsula combined with its historical significance and the reverence for art, culture and food; make the appeal universal. You want to cherish your memories and photographs for the rest of your life and have an unforgettable experience. As a traveler, when you log on to the Internet and start looking at all the options available for lodging for your vacation, what are the factors that are most important?
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94.   Ossining, New York Is A Destination For More Just Than Hardened Criminals by Chuck Saddler
    There is not too much to say about the city of Ossining, New York - unless you want to talk about its almost namesake, the Sing Sing prison, built in 1825 by convicts brought in from Auburn Prison. But once you step outside of town, the natural world opens the doors to wonders that may even impress the Big Guy upstairs...
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95.   A Guide to Must-See Beaches in Southwest Florida by Chuck Saddler
    You may have heard of Fort Myers, Sanibel Island, or Captiva Island, but have you ever heard why they are such attractive vacation spots for most travelers? This article will tell you exactly why the Paradise Coast of Florida's southern Gulf Coast is so popular with tourists.
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96.   Killarney, Ireland Has It All! by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Visit Killarney, Ireland for a true Irish experience. You will love the scenery, the history, the activities, the food, the drink and the music. Ross Castle and Killarney National Park are just two of the places you must visit while in gorgeous Southwest Ireland. Enjoy!
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97.   Planet Friendly Products Make Special Gifts by Kris Bond
    Planet friendly products are those products you can count on to provide something useful and unique without damaging the environment in the process. The good news is that these products make some of the best gifts possible. Read this article to see our review of several planet friendly product categories.
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98.   Visit Haunted Castles in Ireland! by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    Visit a haunted castle in Ireland! Friendly ghosts as well as disturbed spirits have been detected in many Irish castles. You will learn the history behind the haunting and might experience a shiver or two, yourself!
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99.   Maui, Hawaii Travel Specials and Travel Ideas by Anson Werner
    Maui Hawaii offers more than just beautiful white sand beaches. From Maui, you can go on whale watching tours, take air tours by airplane or helicopter, walking tours or flying tours of volcanoes, and relax on some of the best beaches in the world. Read this article to learn more about a Maui vacation, and while you are reading, you will discover one of the travel specials we found available in Maui Hawaii.
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100.   Find Awesome Travel Specials for the Spring and Summer of 2009 by Anson Werner
    As the recession sets in, commercial enterprise begins the struggle of staying afloat during an economic downtown. As a consumer, you and I will begin to see special offers thrown at us, in an effort to attract our dollars to these major travel industry providers.
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101.   Bear Attacks - Guidelines For Those Of You Hiking Or Camping In Our Wilderness by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
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102.   Finding Irish Castles for Sale by Patricia G. McKinney-Lins
    It is possible to find an Irish castle for sale. If you are determined, patient, and have the resources, you can buy a castle in Ireland. If you do the research and are committed to the project, you can own a very special property!
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103.   Avoid The Crowds By Visiting Niagara on the Lake, Ontario by Billy Poage
    Niagara on the Lake is on the south shore of Lake Ontario, where the Niagara River spills into Lake Ontario. It can be found just 15-20 minutes downstream (north) from Niagara Falls on the Canadian side of the Niagara River. This tiny village is a popular tourist destination for people who travel into the region every year.
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104.   Ten Money Saving Tips For Holiday Travel by Anson Werner
    These ten travel tips could help you to save a lot of money on your holiday travel plans. Tips include saving money on airfare, hotels and car rentals, during peak holiday travel periods.
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105.   Charlotte, North Carolina: Natural Beauty Nearly Year Around by Chuck Saddler
    The largest city in North Carolina, Charlotte is the largest metropolitan city on the eastern seaboard between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Jacksonville, Florida. Nicknamed the Queen City, Charlotte has a population of nearly 675,000 people. Read this article to learn more about the area and the attractions that appeal to travelers taking family vacations.
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106.   Travel Tip: Ask For a Better Deal by Anson Werner
    When people go on vacation, they tend to believe they are getting their best deal, when they have shopped different hotels and different venues and found the best advertised price. If you think this way, let me tell you now - in no uncertain terms - you are spending more money than you should have to spend.
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107.   The Effect of Hotel Vacancy/Occupancy Rates on Your Travel Dollar by Anson Werner
    When times are tough, many people wonder how and if they will be able to take a family vacation. I know that because my wife and I had the same conversation just recently. But given my knack for uncovering travel deals, I was able to show my wife a way that we could take advantage of the hard times in the economy right now, to get a lot more fun for much less money.
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108.   Recession Travel Opportunities: Part Two - Vacation Destinations By Airplane by Anson Werner
    During a recession, many of your neighbors are thinking just as you are - hording money and saving for that rainy day that might come next week, next month, or never. During this recession, people are not traveling - instead, people are staying at home and sheltering their savings. This article outlines the advantages of traveling during a recession. In this article, part two of two, we will show you how to acquire those bargain travel deals, when traveling requires an airplane ride to reach your vacation destination.
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109.   Recession Travel Opportunities: Part One - Getting There By Car by Anson Werner
    During this current recession, many people are postponing and canceling vacations, for fear of the future economic conditions. But many of us still need some time away from home - a break from the everyday. There is so much information that I need to share with you on this topic, so this article is being presented in two parts: "getting there by car" and "airplane travel". This is part one.
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110.   Riverboat Cruises And Vacations For Families And Couples by Chuck Saddler
    The era of steamboats that most people think about is the paddle-wheel steamboats of the Mississippi in the 1800's, but the modern age offers a wide variety of riverboat cruises around the U.S. and around the world.
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111.   A Brief History Of America's Route 66 by Chuck Saddler
    Route 66 (1926-1985) is probably the most famous highway in the United States. This highway remains in the consciousness of Americans, even in this day and age, 23 years after the road ceased to carry the designation of an official U.S. Highway.
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112.   American Travel Ideas: Amtrak Will Take You Most Anywhere by Chuck Saddler
    When I was a child in the 1970's, my grandmother heard that Amtrak was coming to an end in our part of the country. So, she arranged with my parents to take us kids on a train ride one last time, before the end of an era. Amtrak has returned to offering nearly national service, and it serves to help move people nearly anywhere in the country. Read this article to learn more about the resurgence of Amtrak.
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113.   Holidaymakers Fall For Rome by Andy Moreton
    Rome in high summer can be uncomfortably hot, but the Eternal City can offer a delightful long weekend break in the shorter and cooler days of autumn and winter. The current economic situation means belt-tightening for many travellers, but the trip need not cause you to stretch too far.
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114.   Want to Know Where to Go in Boston? by Mark Anderson
    Ever since the colonial days, Boston has been one of the most intriguing cities in the United States. Its rich history is rivaled only by the vast amount of things it has to offer. Whether you're a college student, child, or an adult, there is plenty to find in Boston Massachusetts. From sports and nightlife to culture and nature, there is truly something for everyone. Let's look at what Bean Town has to offer.
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115.   Making Your Summer Break In Crete Unforgettable by Kostandinos Papahatzis
    I must have travelled to Crete a hundred times; I go more frequently nowadays. I still haven't managed to see even half of it - it is a remarkable and complex combination of places, landscapes, people, customs, smells - what can I say? Eventually I started to believe strongly that people like myself who love the place, deserve to look for a more permanent residence to stay for longer periods of time. At least getting a quality holiday house in Crete has become so inexpensive that can hardly be considered as financial risk.
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116.   Making The Most Out Of Your Summer Holidays In Crete by Kostandinos Papahatzis
    I must have been to Crete a hundred times; I go more frequently nowadays but I still haven’t managed to see even half of it - it is a remarkable and complex combination of places, landscapes, people, customs, smells - what can I say? I have more than enough in me to share with others, and this is why I decided to write about it.
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117.   Making Your Summer Holidays In Crete Unforgettable by Kostandinos Papahatzis
    I must have travelled to Crete a hundred times; I go more frequently nowadays. Eventually I started to believe strongly that people like myself who love the place, deserve to look for a more permanent residence to stay for longer periods of time. At least getting a quality holiday house in Crete has become so inexpensive that can hardly be considered as financial risk.
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118.   Summer Vacations Remind Us To Remember Our Manners by Wesley Berry, AAF
    With summer finally here, millions of Americans are planning vacations. As more and more people opt for short vacations with friends and family, you should remember your visiting and gift etiquette.
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119.   Thinking Green - Keeping Our White Water Rivers Clean by Norm Schoenhoff
    Paying attention to the impact we have on the environment is just one step to preserving the natural resources available to us; 'thinking green' involves taking extra steps to raise awareness of problems and help preserve some of America's most beautiful natural resources. Whitewater rafting is a sport that has grown in popularity over the last few years, but river pollution is starting to be felt in the rivers where we seek our pleasures.
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120.   Newbie's Guide to Science Fiction and Fantasy and Genre Conventions by June Williams
    An overview of the many kinds of conventions and expos that appeal to Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Anime, Gaming and Comics fans. It helps fans avoid costly pitfalls and aims to maximize their enjoyment by finding which conventions best suit their interests and temperaments.
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121.   The Best Whitewater Rafting Trips for Beginners by Norm Schoenhoff
    With dozens of whitewater rivers around the Northern California region, it can be challenging to find just the right trip for the beginner whitewater rafting enthusiast. The rivers in the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Lake Tahoe present the most attractive trips for beginners, and these trips are available year around. Here are some of the best whitewater rafting venues for beginners of all ages:
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122.   The Best Rafting Rivers in Northern California by Norm Schoenhoff
    When you're looking for only the best whitewater rafting experience in Northern California, you have a number of scenic, exciting, and unique journeys to choose from. Here are just a few of the best rivers for white water rafting in Northern California:
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123.   Planning Your River Rafting Trip With The Kids by Norm Schoenhoff
    Most kids will be thrilled to go on a whitewater rafting trip or adventure, and it's a terrific opportunity for a family vacation or get-together. You'll need to pack a few extra items to make sure the trip is fun and safe for everyone involved, and kids will need to dress appropriately for both water and on-shore activities. Here are some other key things to keep in mind as you plan your adventure:
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124.   Tips for Traveling with Kids: Airport Safety by April Aguren
    More so in this modern age, the airport can be one of the most challenging parts of a journey. With all of the security issues and armed guards in the airport today, young children can very easily become frightened and anxious. However, there are ways to help your children remain calm and comfortable throughout their experience at the airport, and part of that process is making sure that you are able to pay closer attention to your children during your airport journey.
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125.   When and Where to Find Your Favorite Texas Wildflowers by Gayle Christie
    There are more than 5,000 species of Texas Wild flowers that offer unlimited viewing pleasure to Texans and visitors, and a challenge to botanists who strive to name and classify all of them.
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126.   Building Teamwork in the Rapids by Norm Schoenhoff
    Team building plays an important role in any organization, but finding the right team building activities for your group can be challenging. Whitewater rafting trips in the Rapids are just one opportunity to boost morale, increase productivity, and encourage everyone to simply have a good time.
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127.   2008 Rafting Season Outlook by Norm Schoenhoff
    California has received lots of snow and water for the upcoming season, which means more flows and exciting opportunities on the natural, undammed rivers. Snowstorms in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California will ensure that this year's rafting season will be truly one of a kind. From the North Fork American to the Merced Rivers, whitewater rafting enthusiasts can enjoy unique adventures and trips throughout the Northern Californian region. Here are just a few highlights of the 2008-rafting season:
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128.   How to become a Responsible Traveler by Stephen Knight
    Guidance for anyone looking to travel in a way that lessens their impact on the environment and provides genuine benefits for conservation and local people.
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129.   Blow Her Away in the Windy City: Valentine Romance in Chicago by Clinton Douglas IV
    Discover romance against the sparkling city skyline. Chicago, the third largest city in the nation, is an exciting backdrop for a truly memorable Valentine's weekend get-away.
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130.   Valentine's Day: Grown-Up Style by Clinton Douglas IV
    Alone or attached, coupled or parenting, Valentines Day is the ideal opportunity to spoil yourself and those you love. Chill the bubbly, stock-up on chocolate delicacies, stop by the local florist and plan one of the most spectacular Valentine's ever.
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131.   Miami Beach: New Web Site For The South Beach Area. by MySoBE
    Miami Beach is a very chic area and known throughtout the world by the abbreviation SOBE, South Beach, the area south of the city, is full of shops, niteclubs, refined restaurants and luxurious hotels from a certain age.
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132.   Panama: Outstanding Eco-Tourism by Alex J Smith
    There are few places in the world where the eco-tourist can view the ecological wonders that result from the melding of two large continents and the molding of the land by the world's two biggest oceans. There's only one such place - Panama. It is no surprise that the respected Forbes Magazine cited Panama as the best eco-tourism destination for 2007.
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133.   Your 1-2-3 Ultimate Travel Guide in Amsterdam by Alex J Smith
    Amsterdam is a well developed ultimate travel city that is rich in culture, history, city attractions and laid back lifestyles. It is a very friendly city with a relatively low crime rate. It is very safe to walk or bike within the beautiful city and explore its attractions.
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134.   Travel Destinations To China by Alex J Smith
    Traveling to China will immerse us not only to the top travel destinations. Instead, we can go through a lot of different cultures that symbolizes a long history and spans the age of the Chinese civilization. From the highlands of Tibet, the popularly known Silk Road and the Forbidden City, China has so much in its large nutshell.
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135.   Top Travel Destinations in Spain by Alex J Smith
    Spain is a tourists' attraction and a popular travel destination favorite. It is a very popular country for tourist in Europe, with travelers flocking in to sample great food, friendly and fun locals, unique lifestyle, and not to mention the numerous tourists' attractions such as beaches, historical sites, and breathtaking country sides. And with its excellent weather all year round, your perfect travel in Spain can offer you the once-in-a-lifetime vacation travel.
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136.   Tips for Booking your Holiday Travel by Alex J Smith
    Holiday season is in the air. We could already breathe in and feel it. Everybody wishes to have a break, unwind and have a vacation from the exhausting everyday activities and chores of work. Truly, we deserve to have a time out.
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137.   Shopping in Hong Kong by Alex J Smith
    Hong Kong is one of the greatest shopping centers of the world. Due to its status as a free port, tourists traveling to China and Hong Kong can find the best deals anywhere in the world. Hong Kong hosts a lot of different items from all over the world.
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138.   Panama Canal: A Cruise Over Oceans by Alex J Smith
    The might of the Panama Canal locks, fails to eclipse the beauty of the different sights. After an effort for 400 years to build the Panama Canal, it has served its purpose as a viable trade route and a promising tourist route for cruises.
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139.   New Zealand: Unique Nature Thrills by Alex J Smith
    Some of the most novel vacation experiences in the world may be found in New Zealand. All things are possible in this country so well-endowed by Nature. The only limitation may be your time. New Zealand can easily fill up vacations that last for several months and you will not even find yourself doing the same thing twice during that period. But for those on limited time, you will have to give serious thought in planning your holiday to get the most out of your trip.
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140.   Never Miss A Cheap Jamaica Get Away Plan by Alex J Smith
    The key to planning a vacation that will not empty out your pockets is research on vacation packages. It will not do to fly by the seat of your pants unless you have the resources to do it. Cheap Jamaica vacation packages are a boon for those who like to try new things, but they can be a horrific experience for the unprepared. A cheap get away plan is doable with just a little foresight.
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141.   Namibia: Awesome Nature Photography by Alex J Smith
    Namibia is a vast country, 825,418 square kilometers of scenic, varied landscapes rendered in high-contrast color film. It is no wonder that this peaceful nation is a favorite among photographers, especially the Sossusvlei sand dunes or the famed but feared Skeleton Coast in the Namib Desert, the awe-inspiring depths of Fish River Canyon, and the endless plains of the Kaokoveld.
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142.   Malaysia: The Asian Beauty by Alex J Smith
    The splendid country of Malaysia stores a rich stock of diversified heritage, traditions, and culture. The vivid mesh of different religious and racial backgrounds that feature the heritage of Asia in Malays, Chinese, and Indians and the cultural marks left by the Thai, Portuguese, Dutch, and English make Malaysia one of the most beautiful countries that celebrate plurality and diversity.
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143.   Luxury Travel In The Philippines by Alex J Smith
    There are 7,000 plus islands in the Philippines. Travel in the archipelago is considered to be both unique and challenging. Philippine vacation travel includes visit in so many beaches, unspoiled sceneries and hotel hopping. For picky travelers, a luxury travel in the Philippines may mean total exposure to the country's beauty and natural resources.
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144.   Iceland: Tectonic Plate Diving by Alex J Smith
    Iceland is Europe's westernmost country, and occupies a strategic location in the North Atlantic, straddling the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, on the edge of the Arctic Circle. One of the coldest countries in the world, it is also one of the world's most volcanically active hotspots. Iceland is known today for its mix of glaciers, bubbly hot springs, rugged fjords and fiery volcanoes.
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145.   Honduras: Snorkeling and Diving Adventures by Alex J Smith
    Honduras is best known for its underwater riches, particularly its vantage point to the world's second largest barrier reef. It has a well-deserved reputation as one of the best (and cheapest) places to learn to dive or complete your dive-master training. Your dives will show you coral reefs, yawning underwater caves, wrecked ships, and the docile whale sharks. But after you have had your fill of snorkeling and diving, you'll find out that there is more to discover in this beautiful country.
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146.   Guiding Your Family Adventure Travel by Alex J Smith
    Can you still remember the thrill and chill of adventure films like Indiana Jones? But of course, who will forget the breath taking travel adventure that the protagonist's experienced? Now, you do not need to be Indiana Jones in order for you to experience travel adventure and excitement. In addition, you can have both adventure and vacation in one in just few steps.
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147.   Top Tips When Buying Sports Tickets by Bret Robson
    Buying sports tickets for major events, if not done right, can make the difference between having a good or bad time. Here are some of the pitfalls to watch out for when buying your tickets for several of the most popular sporting events in the UK.
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148.   Great Places To See In India, Sri Lanka, Singapore And Malaysia by Alex J Smith
    Come to the land of mysticism and modernity. Must visits include Rajasthan with its splendid forts and palaces. Enjoy desert Safari at Sand Dunes near Jaisalmer. Ride on top of the camels and live in nomad style tents with all modern amenities. Don't forget to carry your own sunscreen and bottle of water.
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149.   Getting Good Airline Ticket Deals by Alex J Smith
    Very often, when you want to get good deals on airline tickets, you wait for the ads to tell you that the 'airfare price warfare' times are on, or for your travel agent to tell you more about bargain fares.
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150.   Family Travel Ideas in California by Alex J Smith
    California is a perfect place to go for family, there are many destinations that the whole family would enjoy.
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151.   Planning A London Weekend Theatre Trip by Bret Robson
    A trip to London with your loved one or group of friends to see a London theatre show is one of the best ways to spend a short weekend break. The glitz and glamour of the West End, a great meal, a nice hotel, a wonderful theatre experience - what better way is there to relax and have fun?
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152.   Family Travel Adventure by Alex J Smith
    Family is one of the most important things in the world and we should cherish it. How can we show our appreciation for having a good family? Plan a family travel adventure!
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153.   Traveling like the Thornberry's, A Family Adventure Travel in Africa by Alex J Smith
    In this generation, childhood will be incomplete without being caught unaware about the movie and cartoons The Wild. Hold your breath; this is not a promo ad for the movie. It is just that most of the kids now are really dreaming of sharing the same experience with the Thornberry's. Who will not envy the Safari experience that the Thornberry kids had? However, for those moms and dads who want to grant their kids' wish, here is a guide on how you can have a family adventure travel.
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154.   European Cruises by Alex J Smith
    If there is one continent that can best provide the most intimate and romantic cruise in the world, it will be Europe. Cruises in Europe have a real big difference from the Caribbean cruises. Aside from the romantic atmosphere, European cruises have the most spectacular beauty that will emancipate and mesmerize every tourist. Aside from the magnificent natural wonders, the culture and the European history is an additional factor.
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155.   Cheap Air Travel by Alex J Smith
    Most people are really wishing to visit other countries or even just a country once in their lifetime. Well, who will not wish such idea? Everybody loves visiting other places, jumping from one town to another and experiencing the adventure of dwelling with other people with different cultures. In addition, traveling will surely be a relaxing experience for anyone. A sound vacation will definitely free you from the exhausting daily chores of your work.
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156.   Bolivia: The Rugged High Plains by Alex J Smith
    Bolivia is sometimes called the Tibet of the Americas, for its arid, high-altitude desert-like plateau, more vivid when called by its Spanish name altiplano. This is one of the toughest inhabited environments on earth from shimmering Lake Titicaca, the only lake to give birth to an empire, to the surreal Salar de Uyuni, the biggest and highest salt lake in the world; 12,000 sq km of blinding white, completely flat nothingness.
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157.   Best Mountain Hiking Trails in the World by Alex J Smith
    Mountain hiking is an outdoor activity that makes tourists take a trip back and be intimate with nature. Whether in Asia, the Alps, or the Rocky Mountains, it offers the same chills and thrills for outdoor travellers.
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158.   Best Diving Resorts in Australia by Alex J Smith
    Australia is similar to its Pacific neighbors in many ways. But when it comes to the best diving resorts, Australia has it all with the greatest reefs and the clearest waters. Diving in Australia, whether scuba diving, skin diving, or shark diving will help you open your eyes to the different marine environments we have today.
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159.   Bahamas: Diving and Water Adventures by Alex J Smith
    Ocean adventures and the Bahamas just go together. With great weather all year, warm waters, fine beaches, and teeming coral reefs, the Bahamas offer endless delights for outdoor enthusiasts, especially divers and sports fishermen.
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160.   Argentina: Wine-Tasting Adventures by Alex J Smith
    Argentina is a country of staggering diversity in climates and landscapes. It is also a country that has become a major producer of fine wines. Mendoza, the capital of its wine-growing region at the foot of the Andes, is a beautiful city of large plazas and broad streets made green and shady by trees along the wide sidewalks.
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161.   2 Way Ticket to Ibiza Travel Resorts by Alex J Smith
    Ibiza is the ultimate destination for tourists looking for a good travel, the place is loaded with young party people, music and beach lovers, lively nightlife, and friendly locals all fused into its culture. Everyone who loves music especially trance, house, and electronic, the beach, and a good time all together can be found in Ibiza.
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162.   100 Percent Grand Resort Travel In Florida by Alex J Smith
    Beachside promenades, lively people laid back lifestyles and sunny weather, Florida is a grand resort travel idea. Take a walk at the famous Miami Beach and enjoy a great meal by the sea or choose from the many popular tourist and travel resort spots in Florida such as Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, Tampa Bay and Jacksonville. Here are some of best resorts in Florida to suit various budgets and maximize your stay in the sunny state.
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163.   The Last Frontier Of African Wilderness by Gerald Wanga
    In this place, 870 km˛ of pristine landscapes and habitats are set on the backdrop of the majestic Mt.Kenya. Complete wilderness. Rich jungle, swamps and the rolling savannah are disrupted only by wildlife, hills, rocks and 15 rivers destined to pour their waters into the giant River Tana. That, my reader, is Meru National Park... the last frontier of undisturbed wilderness.
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164.   Dutch Oven Cooking: Cast Iron vs. Aluminum by Marc Wiltse
    Cast iron Dutch Ovens have been around for a long time. Is cast iron still a good material to cook with or is aluminum better?
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165.   The Authenticity Of Civil War Reenactments by Tiffani Lott
    The authenticity of Civil War reneactments is of extreme importance to many Americans who regard them as an important means, not only of participating in an enjoyable activity, but also of keeping alive the history of the period.
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166.   Great Things To Do In Las Vegas Besides Gambling by Jason OConnor
    If you want to visit Las Vegas but you are not really into the gambling scene, that isn't a problem. There are many things that the non-gambler can do in Las Vegas. Of course, the big shows are always available. Some of the most popular shows in Las Vegas are Cirque Du Soleil, Elton John and Celine Dion and of course, the fantastic magic of David Copperfield and Lance Burton. But Las Vegas has so much more to offer and there is something for everyone.
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167.   Traveling To Atlantic City Under A Tight Budget by Ingrid Stenquist
    Atlantic City, land of gambling, entertainment, and alcoholics was in fact originally settled by the Lenni-Lenape Indians on Absecon Island. In the 1600's the Indians were partial to the ocean and the vast amounts of game and nature found on the island. Quickly, this all changed in the late 1670's when the first Europeans and Thomas Budd came to take control of acquiring the island. Eventually, a man named Jeremiah Leeds became the first European to set up a building on the island in 1785 and his future family started the first businesses. The Leeds became the founders of the fabulous Atlantic City.
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168.   Learning To Compete In A Very Competitive Industry: Travel by Bill Platt
    Over the years, many of us have heard about the opportunities available in wholesale travel. As a consumer, we can recognize that if these wholesale travel packages are legitimate, then we will have access to vacation packages that would make the average traveler drool over their possibilities in travel destinations. When we slide the shoe to the other foot and consider wholesale travel as a business opportunity, we question whether we have the knowledge or fortitude to succeed in this type of busines
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169.   The Fountains of Chatsworth House, England by Elizabeth Jean
    Chatsworth House is located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty in the center of England. The house is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and the 1000 acre estate includes a working farm and more than 100 acres of landscaped gardens.
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170.   Father of Fountain Design: Gian Bernini by Elizabeth Jean
    For centuries, visitors to Rome have admired the architecture and art of this great European city. Its famous outdoor water fountains, piazzas, churches and cathedrals draw many thousands of visitors each year, as do its countless art galleries. No less an attraction is Vatican City, in the heart of Rome, and its principal building, the Basilica of St. Peter.
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171.   Predator Bears - Avoidance and survival of attack by the third of the three types of bear by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
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172.   Rogue Bears - Avoidance And Survival Of Attack By The Second Of The Three Types Of Bear by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
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173.   Highlights of the National Parks of Tanzania by Hugh Williamson
    Tanzania is the place where dream safaris are made. The country is politically stable and the people friendly. Tanzania's National Parks are Africa's most diverse and dramatic wildlife areas. Below is a taste of just a few National Parks on offer in this extraordinary land of Tanzania.
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174.   Wild Women of the Woods by Travel Alberta
    If you don't hike or camp in the Canadian Rockies (an hour west of Calgary, four hours from Edmonton) because you're afraid of getting lost in the woods or encountering a hungry bear, a day trip with Brenda Holder of Mahikan Trails mountain guides will prepare you for almost anything.
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175.   Why Hire a Guide? by Travel Alberta
    Like hiring a guide to trek the Inca Trail in Peru, or signing up for a guided safari in Africa, it pays to have a trained local point you in the right direction, keep you out of harm's way, and show you the area's secret treasures.
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176.   Where the Dinosaurs Roamed by Travel Alberta
    When our family thundered into the Canadian Badlands on a recent dinosaur–hunting holiday, we did it in an armoured beast of our own – a 25–foot recreational vehicle. We'd come to search for the fossil remains of some of the most bloodthirsty beasts of the Late Cretaceous period, and our kids thought it might be wise to have a little extra protection. So, for five days our beloved RV became our home–away–from–home.
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177.   Waterton: Haven't Been There. Ain't Done That by Travel Alberta
    The best way to absorb Waterton's many landscapes and spy its wild inhabitants is to trek the Carthew-Alderson Trail.
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178.   Visit Spruce Meadows: World's Best Show Jumping by Travel Alberta
    The day is just beginning in the International Ring at Spruce Meadows. A perfect Alberta sky stretches overhead, so high that I swear I can see the curve of the horizon. Less than an hour west, the Canadian Rocky Mountains rise up out of rolling prairie, sending a cooling breeze to snap the bright national flags that welcome visitors to the world's leading outdoor show jumping venue.
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179.   Untouched Wilderness, Crowd-free Fishing: Central Alberta by Travel Alberta
    Whether you're a novice angler or an expert fisherman seeking to fly fish or explore lakes, the waters of Central Alberta offer opportunities that are among the world's finest. Alberta's spectacular waterways, from gurgling rivers to placid lakes, provide experiences suited to anglers of every skill level.
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180.   Truly, Madly, Deeply Relaxed: Stillwater Spa by Travel Alberta
    Spa vacations can last an hour or a week. Within an hour, it's the attention to details at Stillwater that lets the cumulative weight of the work week in my shoulders begin to drift, as water and hands gentle my back. And the relentlessly reassuring sound of the Vichy water, sprayed from the nozzles above, shoos my tangled worries away as if they were tumbleweeds.
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181.   Travel Top to Bottom: Heli-Tour Morning, Heli-Hike Afternoon by Travel Alberta
    It was a tour impossible to resist: float far above the Canadian Rocky Mountains in the morning for a helicopter's sky-high view of the daunting Columbia Icefield, then grab some gear and spend the afternoon heli-hiking some of the lower ranges we'd flown over.
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182.   Travel Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump: Live an Aboriginal by Travel Alberta
    Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. The name conjures lurid images, but the legacy speaks of a beautiful, harsh and bygone era.
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183.   Train Vacations: Rocky Mountains Rise to Occasion by Travel Alberta
    When you arrive in Alberta by train from the west, you confront a wall of mountains. The Canadian Rockies rise to meet you and the glittering, snowy peaks provide a shiver of primal recognition, regardless of the season. As you cross the Continental Divide, the tracks take you to the zenith of Canadian train vacations.
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184.   The 'Where's the Beef' Holiday by Travel Alberta
    I needed a vacation that wasn't going to take much time, something that would deliver a punch strong enough to knock the clinging, weeklong haze of too much work off my hunched shoulders. I could travel swiftly from Calgary to the Rocky Mountains, but that wasn't going to do it. I was in the mood for a mountain on a plate. An adventure. Something I could scale with a fork and a well-honed steak knife.
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185.   The Sporting Life by Travel Alberta
    If you thought Canada's national sport was hockey, think again. While hockey is huge, the official national sport is lacrosse.
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186.   The Spaification of Alberta by Travel Alberta
    Picture a place where everybody cares about you. Really, really cares about you. A place where pore-free women give you plushy robes and tumblers of lemongrass-infused water to drink. Where they'll rub your feet, your back, your scalp, your face – even your psyche.
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187.   The Magnificent Seven (Days in the Saddle) by Travel Alberta
    Once you have an idea where you want to go on your week-long pack trip adventure, it's just a matter of deciding when and how. Here are some of your options when planning a trek into the far alpine reaches of the Rocky Mountains.
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188.   The Great Canadian Cowboy Experience: Alberta Style by Travel Alberta
    The great thing about The Great Canadian Cowboy Package is that when you open it, it somehow suits you perfectly, like a Western shirt that you grow into. It's not something you tear open like a box, though; rather, it's a personal Western experience that's a cowboy's step up from the usual dude ranch.
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189.   The David Thompson Explorer's Trail: Drive a Famous Expedition by Travel Alberta
    Family road trips can offer the perfect opportunity for an invigorating and educational vacation – and what better place to do that than in Alberta's own backyard? Steeped in history and beautiful scenery, with hiking, museums, scenic drives and plentiful wildlife all at your fingertips, you can put an Alberta road trip at the top of your list of affordable family vacations.
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190.   The Cowboy Trail: Movies, Megastars and Western Magic by Travel Alberta
    Dude ranches, rodeos, western home cookin' and ghost towns: this is authentic cowboy country. Alberta's historic Cowboy Trail runs through Rocky Mountains and rolling foothills and grassland prairies as it tumbles from north to south through the province, and it's got star power.
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191.   Taste Alberta's Farms and Ranches by Travel Alberta
    If you imagine a week at a Rocky Mountain dude ranch means a steady diet of cowboy biscuits and beans, consider this.
    Distributed: 2007-02-28 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1179 | Page Views: 3867 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.85
192.   Summer Sweet Spots for Hikers by Travel Alberta
    To sup on pan-seared buffalo tenderloin or continue staring out the window at Vermilion Pass, crisscrossed with Banff hiking trails: That is the question.
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193.   Spring Into Sun Season - Ski Through May! by Travel Alberta
    Spring skiing is considered to be the prime time for snow conditions and fun. In Alberta, you get bathed in sunshine and a particular type of powder that comes with the season.
    Distributed: 2007-02-27 10:36:00 | Word Count: 1145 | Page Views: 3393 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.11
194.   Spas - Good For What Ails You by Travel Alberta
    Alberta's health spa industry has a deep source of inspiration: the natural hot springs. These springs are a fixture of Banff National Park's history and have drawn people since the late 1800s, who have sought the waters for restoration and relaxation.
    Distributed: 2007-02-27 10:24:00 | Word Count: 588 | Page Views: 5267 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.31
195.   Spas Bubble Up Beyond the Rockies by Travel Alberta
    We're famous in Alberta for our spectacular mountain vistas, as well as our national parks, glacier-fed waterways, alpine cuisine and hot springs galore.
    Distributed: 2007-02-26 10:12:00 | Word Count: 917 | Page Views: 4364 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 1.27
196.   Songs Drive Alberta's 'Brokeback' Landscape by Travel Alberta
    Movies are changing the way we travel, inspiring tours that revisit the landscapes we see in films. Some movies seem to grab us by the lapels and shove us toward a new world. We want to relive aspects of the movie, but we want to experience the real-world ambience of where the movie happened, beyond what was revealed on screen.
    Distributed: 2007-02-26 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1407 | Page Views: 4082 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 3.00
197.   RV Showcases Alberta Movie Making by Travel Alberta
    RV rentals and Canadian road trips are rolling as the movie RV (the top comedy in North America when it debuted in theatres) showcases the diversity of Alberta's pristine, mountain-and-prairies scenery.
    Distributed: 2007-02-23 10:24:00 | Word Count: 1549 | Page Views: 10070 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
198.   Rocky Mountains Fly Fishing: Attitude and Altitude by Travel Alberta
    It is exotic fishing in Alberta's Rocky Mountains, where you can savour wide-open spaces, breath-taking scenery and utter solitude. Your attitude shifts with the altitude, bringing your appetite for fishing up a few pleasurable notches.
    Distributed: 2007-02-23 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1042 | Page Views: 3596 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 1.93
199.   Ridin' the Cowboy Trail by Travel Alberta
    Officially, the Cowboy Trail stretches the entire distance of Highway 22 from Mayerthorpe (northwest of Edmonton) south to Pincher Creek – flirting with Banff Park's scenic drives. It then jogs south on Highway 6 and east on Highway 5, ending in Cardston, a nudge above Montana, USA.
    Distributed: 2007-02-22 10:36:00 | Word Count: 645 | Page Views: 3373 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 1.93
200.   Riders Train on Water: Try the Surf and Turf by Travel Alberta
    You can make a splash in Alberta at one of the handful of summer and autumn training facilities in North America that accommodate snowboarders.
    Distributed: 2007-02-22 10:24:00 | Word Count: 1175 | Page Views: 4103 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.11

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