Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts is widely regarded as one of the most luxurious and innovative hotel brands in the world. With more than 20 hotels in key locations across the globe, the brand’s five star Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel is perhaps atypical of many in the group. Hidden away in a discrete but central location and housed in a Belgravia mews house, it is worlds apart from the likes of the Jumierah’s famous Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai and has little in common with many other hotels within the brand, but for the group’s consistently keen eye for quality and careful attention to detail.More
Caribbean Travel Tip
People have been taking Caribbean travel vacations since the colonial times. Today, millions of U.S. citizens visit the islands each year to experience the tropical extravaganza that a Caribbean travel usually has in store for all its visitors.
Below are some Caribbean travel tips to help you get the most out of your tropical excursion:
Get an early start.
If there’s anything you absolutely must do when you go on a Caribbean vacation that is to start early. There are a lot of things you need to take care of. Trip planning can be a tough nut to crack. Often, a passport may be required before you can enter the country you are planning to travel. One Caribbean travel tip you ought to consider is to prepare all your travel documents as early as now.
Choose an island.
Italy Land Travel Packages
Sometimes when people really want to visit different places in Italy and don’t know where to start, the best way to do would be through Italy land travel packages. Italy land travel packages give great deals for travel to popular destinations in Italy and rid you of the inconvenience brought about by unorganized destination planning and high rates of hotel stays.
Italy land travel packages may come in various combinations of routes and destinations. However, they will most often include well visited spots and historic places...More
Rick Steves Italy Travel Tips
Rick Steves is the renowned author of thirty European travel guides including Europe Through the Back Door, and the host of the PBS series Rick Steve’s Europe. He is a pioneer in promoting culturally sensitive, life-enriching travel and has taught a lot of travelers that taking the “back door” and getting to know people wherever you go is the way to get the most from every traveler dollar. Smart European travel has been Rick Steves’ dedication and has taught exactly that for thirty years.
Italy is one of the best places to be for travel and vacation, a combination of great art, amazing places, interesting culture, delicious cuisines, and superlative wines...More
There are many things to do in Nanjing that make for an excellent stop on any China itinerary. What, you haven’t heard of it? Well, you will soon!
Most tourists pass right through Nanjing when traveling from Shanghai to Beijing (or visa versa) But after spending a few days discovering Nanjing, we feel it is a destination in its own right and should be more than a blip on people’s China travel Radar.
Why Visit Nanjing China
Nanjing is a fascinating city that has played an important roll in Chinese history for thousands of years. With a population of 6 million, it was the former capital of China.
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Today it is the capital of the Jiangsu Province and is a thriving metropolis of 8.3 million people.
Nanjing was first named the capital city in 229 AD ...More
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Pack It Up – Italy Packing Travel Tips
It’s always already a given to prepare at all times whatever you’ll need whenever you go for a trip, any kind of trip. How much so when you go on the best Travel tips you could ever have – Italy. The traveler is advised to get as much travel tips that he could get from experts, tour guides, and also fellow travelers who have already gone where you haven’t. Advice from your ‘been-there, done-that’ folks and pals is usually the best advice that you could ever get, most especially when it comes to packing. Or, you yourself can find some articles on Italy packing travel tips, such as this, helpful enough...More
Travel Tips For The First Time Flier
Since the horror of 9/11, airport security has become tighter than ever before. Every year they develop more rules about what you can and cannot take on a flight. Many of the items that could cause you to be held up by security are items that you would not think to leave out of your carry on or luggage. Some items can be packed into your luggage but not carried on the plane. Before you fly for the first time, make sure you check over these travel tips for the first time flier.
One of the best travel tips you will ever get is to err on the side of caution...More
Oman is one of the most naturally beautiful and diverse countries in the Middle East. Boasting everything from a long stretch of a 3,000 km coastline to the highest peak in the Arabian Peninsula, the country is blessed with many natural wonders still waiting to be explored by intrepid travelers.
Moreover, one thing that makes it easy to travel Oman and see all the many natural, cultural, and historical sites is the fact that the best things to do are located in close proximity to Muscat, Oman’s capital. That means if you only have a short time in Oman, there are ample UNESCO World Heritage sites, beautiful islands, rugged mountains, historic forts, cultural towns, and more—and nearly all of them make easy day trips from Muscat.
Let’s dive right into ten places in Oman filled with nat...More
The short voyage across the Solent, sometimes as little as 22 minutes, makes a visit to the Isle of Wight an adventure. Not only are crossings fast, they are very frequent too.
You are embarking on a mini-cruise when you take Wightlink from Lymington, Portsmouth or Southampton to the Isle of Wight. Although the ferry crossings are quick there’s usually time for a coffee or light lunch as you watch the island approaching...More
Last Updated on June 10, 2019
Pu’ukohola Heiua is the ruins of the last major ancient Hawaiian temple and notable in the recent history of Hawaii for being the home of King Kamehameha I, who is responsible for uniting the independent islands of Hawaii, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kauai, and Niihau under his rule.
This unification took decades at the cost of many Hawaiian lives, and it all started at Pu’ukohola Heiau, which translates to “Temple on the Hill of the Whale.” “Pu’u” means protuberance, “kohola” means whale, and “heiau” means temple.
Of the many important natural and cultural sites in Hawaii, this one is a true hidden gem...More