Featured Member Blog Posts – April 2011 Archive (67)

London Still Celebrating the Royal Wedding

The wedding day of Will and Kate is over, but the occasion is still very much alive in London.  Everywhere I go, people are talking about it...where they watched it, how lovely the dress was, how sad it was that Diana wasn't there to see it, how poised the young couple was, how wonderful it is for the country.  The shop windows are full of their congratulations, and the street parties carry on for another day.  …


Added by Pamela Peterson on April 30, 2011 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

Richard Branson Does It Again: Virgin America Is the Only Way to Fly in the U.S.

I had a wonderful opportunity of traveling in an airline that’s, well let’s just say different from the other leading airlines. I am talking about Sir Richard Branson’s well-thought out creation, Virgin America. So, what’s so different about Virgin America? Well, for one, the airplanes have a unique interior to them. It doesn’t feel like you’re entering into a regular airplane. The mood lighting throughout the airplane and the elegant seats add to the sleek interior.

Now, I am…


Added by Nicholas Kontis on April 30, 2011 at 10:12am — No Comments

International Fireworks Festival 2011 In Da Nang City, Vietnam

Da Nang International fireworks Festival 2011


Duration: on 29th and 30th April 2011

Event: International Fireworks Festival thousands of Tourist In Danang City, Vietnam

With the permission of the Prime Minister, Danang has been honored as the host city to run the International Fireworks Competition every…


Added by Martin Nguyen on April 29, 2011 at 11:59pm — 2 Comments

Bali Still Lives Up to its Name as the Last Paradise on Earth

A great place for short day trips,such as this one

Early morning departure from Hotel, for a full day tour visiting the beautiful royal “Taman Ayun Temple at Mengwi. Then drive up to the lovely Lake Beratan on the climbing and winding mountain road. At the picturesque mountain resort of Bedugul on the shores of the Lake Bratan with its cool and refreshing mountain atmosphere. Stop at the market of Bukit Muingsu, where…


Added by Prak on April 29, 2011 at 12:41pm — No Comments

William and Kate’s Guide to London

Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s wedding in 1981 was as much of a landmark event as the…

Added by Jean Dabrowski on April 28, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Vacation Destinations in Kimberley, Australia

Western Australia features the best places of interest in the nation. Year-round warm weather, spectacular shorelines, rich valleys, and also amazing deserts make this side of the nation really exceptional. This state is also famous for its sophisticated cities, hospitable people, and lively nightlife. For individuals that fancy a little bit of adventure, though, they can bypass Perth and head right to Kimberley and stay at any Broome accommodation.



Added by Lonely Planet on April 28, 2011 at 11:10am — 2 Comments

Tapeña Comes to New York

by Denise Mattia



Finally there’s a Spanish wine that suits most palates.  Branded Tapeña, it’s a clever combination of the Spanish word Tapas (TAH-paz), foods to share, and peña, a slang word for a group of close friends.


The grape comes from the Tierra de Castilla region in the heart of Spain, an area that’s highly…


Added by Denise Mattia on April 28, 2011 at 9:14am — 1 Comment

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Yellowstone National Park Vacation

Yellowstone National Park is the most popular park in Montana attracting millions of visitors every month. The park is full of scenic beauty, science and has a long history. It is also the first national park in America that extends from Wyoming to Idaho and Montana. The park is popular for its varied wild life and eco systems. Its popularity is further enhanced with its geothermal features. The old faithful geyser is the best and most commonly visited place at the…


Added by robert k on April 28, 2011 at 1:43am — No Comments

Snapshot: Egypt, Tourism and Islam

Snapshot: Egypt, Tourism and Islam

In spite of the apparent calm in Egypt after the historic "overthrow" of the Mubarak regime, travel, a major source of income for the country, has not recovered.

While some cruise lines have reinstated Egypt as a port of call, travel to the North African country is stagnant.

Veteran… Continue

Added by Kaleel Sakakeeny on April 27, 2011 at 11:48pm — 5 Comments

Another Electric Bus for Tourists Opens in Hanoi


Another electric car service to open in Hanoi


Another electric car service for tourism is scheduled to go into operation at Tay Ho district, Hanoi on Sep 2 to…


Added by Martin Nguyen on April 27, 2011 at 2:59pm — 1 Comment

Love Chocolate? Here Are the Top 5 Countries for Chocoholics

#1. Belgium

Belgians love chocolate almost as much as they love beer – which is to say, a lot.

#2. England…


Added by Velimira Velikova on April 27, 2011 at 2:53pm — 3 Comments

Far Out Wineries of Paso Robles, California

So what do you get when you take a handful of diverse people like chefs, photographers, investment bankers,  hippies, actors,  financiers, studio drummers, brew masters, wine importers, engineers, developers, and an attorney-- place them on land in the gnarly limestone hills west of Paso Robles… and let each one craft their own unique vision of the perfect wine experience?  Well, in short, you get the Far Out Wineries group, and it is my…


Added by Linda Kissam on April 26, 2011 at 7:42pm — No Comments

Queens Day in the NLS 30-04-2011!

I'm looking forward to Q-day & the orange craze here in the Netherlands. Each year mostly accompanied with sunny weather, people going crazy in orange, lots of music and parties. Canals in Amsterdam full with boats and the streets full of happy faces en enjoying faces and orange decoration. Have u ever been in the NLS during this unique national event, how did you experience this day? 


What did you like, dislike or maybe were amazed…


Added by Ghate on April 26, 2011 at 2:37pm — No Comments

Guard Your Goodies When You Travel

Smart travelers pack carefully for their vacations and take everything they need to stay healthy, and it's equally important to safeguard those items while you're on the road.

One precaution is to divide prescription meds and other critical…


Added by Elizabeth Hansen on April 25, 2011 at 6:35pm — No Comments

Can Shopkick Kick the Travel Industry into Action?


Can Shopkick Kick the Travel Industry into Action?

Imagine if a travel destination or property rewarded you for just visiting it, or just walking through the door of a hotel or B and B,  or setting foot on an island.

Would that encourage a more loyal following and generate more business?


By any…


Added by Kaleel Sakakeeny on April 25, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Top Things to Do Near San José, Costa Rica

Following the last topic about San Jose, regarding things to do in the area, the following list gives a detail description on different activities within the Central Valley:

Lankester Gardens: This place has a world class orquids collection of nearly a thousand varieties. You can enjoy all the varieties of orchids, bromeliads, cacti and palms that are grown here. The entrance fee is… Continue

Added by Danny Solano Alvarez on April 25, 2011 at 1:11pm — No Comments

Afo-A-Kom: The Lost Totem

The Afo-A-Kom is far from the world's greatest piece of art—or even Africa's. A 5-ft. 2½in. image of a king, it is rather crudely carved in iroko wood, the torso covered with sackcloth stitched with reddish-brown beads, the face masked in copper. But the Afo-A-Kom (literally, the Kom thing) is sacred to the approximately 30,000 people who constitute the Kom kingdom, a tribal… Continue

Added by Global Bush Travel and Tourism on April 25, 2011 at 10:09am — No Comments

Gray Line Downtown Loop Tour Great for Exploring Manhattan Eateries

I was deeply chagrined to learn that Gray Line recently suspended its culinary walking tours in NYC but nevertheless wanted to give one of their bus tours a try. Among the cavalcade of…


Added by Steve Mirsky on April 24, 2011 at 10:15pm — No Comments

Tipping Guidelines - Notes for Other Countries

I'm often asked what the tipping guidelines are in other countries. I would like to say to use the guidelines that we use here in the U.S. The truth is that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Every country has different guidelines. Some places a few dollars may be fine or a couple of dollars. In other places, a few dollars may get snubbed.

The purpose of a tip is to express appreciation for a service also called a gratuity. One question always asked is in the case of… Continue

Added by Bye Bye Birdees Consulting on April 24, 2011 at 9:23pm — No Comments

Royal Wedding: Souvenirs of Will and Kate's Big Day

Part the Fourth in a four-part series.


What to buy is surely the most important issue regarding William and Kate's Royal Wedding. After all,…


Added by Jill Starley-Grainger on April 24, 2011 at 9:00pm — 3 Comments

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