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Four Scenic Spots in Massachusetts That Are Worth a Visit

Posted by on Feb 5, 2018 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

Getting to a scenic spot can be a challenge. It’s likely to include quite a bit of time spent in the car driving back and forth between the scenic destinations you want to visit and your hotel. Why not make things easy and rent an RV instead! Most scenic places, whether in nature or in town, offer at least one opportunity to hitch up your RV and stay awhile. By traveling in an RV, you’re able to get closer to these scenic spots in Massachusetts. Atlantic White Cedar Swamp Trail If you’re looking for an easy scenic experience, it doesn’t get any better than the Atlantic White Cedar Swamp...

5 Essential Tips for Visiting the Statue of Liberty

Posted by on Jan 31, 2018 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic monuments in not just the United States, but the whole world. Visiting it is a must-do if you are taking a trip to New York City. But oftentimes, people avoid going here because they hear the horror stories of how hectic it can be and what a tourist trap it is. While it’s certainly one of the most visited sites in New York, and while it can certainly be chaotic, if you plan right, you’ll have a very pleasant and memorable experience. So what should you know before you go? Read on to learn the five essential tips for...

Tips on Making Central Park Bike Tours Family-Friendly

Posted by on Jan 23, 2018 in Travel Tips |

Are you looking for a way to experience the sights and sounds of New York City in a unique way? Going for a bike tour of world-famous Central Park is a must for any cycling enthusiast. If you are bringing the whole family along on this adventure, finding ways to make it more pleasurable for everyone involved is important. Luckily, most of the bike rental establishments working around Central Park offer kid-sized bikes. Be sure to check out the website to find out more about the kid and adult-sized bikes they have to offer. The following are some tips on how to make a bike tour through Central...

Money On Travel: How To Get The Best Exchange Rates and Money Transfer Fees

Posted by on Jan 16, 2018 in Only The Best |

When booking a holiday, you book the flight and hotel in advance but don’t really think of the travel money and exchange. If you don’t plan ahead with your currency, you could end up having considerably expensive financial deals. In this article are tips to get the best exchange rates and money transfer methods while on holiday in case of an emergency. Exchanging Currency There are a few different options to get the right currency for your holiday. Become familiar with all of them so you can decide which is best for you. It is a good idea to know the currency exchange rate ahead of time so you...


Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Travel Tips |

If you are a sports lover, then you know the pleasure of watching your favourite team play over and over again. However, if you love to travel, then you might think following your favourite sport is totally impossible. Most of the times, we relate watching sports with sitting in your room in front of your television set and spending time indoors. That is a complete no-no for travellers who want to spend their time under the open sky, explore new places and enjoy the beauty of this earth. Well with the concept of sports tourism, all of these clichéd ideas change. Sports tourism is a fairly new concept which...

Good Skiing Holiday Destinations for Skiers and Non-Skiers

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 in Luxury Travel, Only The Best, Travel Finland, Travel Italy |

Being a mixed couple can be hard, the rocker and the deep bass addict picking a car playlist, the United and City household on derby day, the vegan and the burger enthusiast booking a table at a restaurant… It’s a tough minefield to navigate and never has that been put to the test more than skier and non-skiers when choosing a holiday. The stakes are as high as a black piste in the Alps. Right off the plane, the skier is itching to go straight for the slopes for a cocktail of adrenaline and crushed ice. Meanwhile, the non-skier wants to go hiking in the woods, soak up some...