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    Georgia on My Mind

    If you are in the process of planning for an upcoming vacation you may have a few ideas as to where you intend to go. If not, then you should give a bit of consideration to vacationing in the state of Georgia. This vacation destination has much to offer the visiting tourist. Just give the state the chance to show you what it has available. We have been to Atlanta many times and it is always exciting. Atlanta...

    Beautiful Little Uruguay

    South America's smallest Spanish speaking country is known as Uruguay. This may be the reason that most tourists have overlooked the country in the past. However to not include Uruguay on your travel itinerary would be a drastic error on your part for you would be passing up a travel paradise. Uruguay has lots to offer the visiting tourist especially for those travelers who appreciate the vivid nightlife that...

    Getting My Tail Handed To Me By Chris Haddad

    I recently got my tail handed to me in an interview I did with world famous copywriter Chris Haddad. Ok, maybe that s a slight exaggeration, but it did sting a bit. Chris is one of those genius guys, the kind that can write the most amazing sales copy you ve ever read. Just for sport, and if you re chosen, he will critique your sales letter. Chris agreed to critique mine and I agreed to allow him to record it...

    Sharm El Sheikh a Winter Sun Destination

    When it comes to selecting a destination for a winter break there may be many things to consider but really only two things matter: sunshine and warm temperatures. Of course a nice beach, decent scenery, fantastic restaurants, perhaps a bit of history and culture will add value but with warm weather most destinations can write of their chances. So given the weather patterns of Europe during the winter months,...

    The New Milestones of Mount Everest

    We all know that Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary were the first mountaineers to conquer Mount Everest (8,848 m), and many of us will have heard that Sir Ranulph Fiennes was the first British pensioner to make the summit in 2009. But there are always new records being set and new challenges being launched from Everest Base Camp. It seems everything about this historic staging area is dramatic: the determination...

    Where to look for Texas bluebonnets

    Recent predictions that the 2011 Texas bluebonnet season may be modest aren’t cause for singing the blues. A modest bluebonnet season coming on the heels of an abundant 2010 season, which followed a drought-depressed 2009 season, illustrates how roller-coaster extremes of Texas weather impact wildflowers. You should be able to see bluebonnets and other wildflowers, but don’t base your expectations on flowers...

    American Airlines flights back on Expedia, Hotwire

    NEW YORK (AP) — American Airlines and online travel company Expedia on Monday put an end to their three-month old dispute, reaching an agreement that returns the Fort Worth, Texas-based airline’s flights to Expedia and Hotwire. American and Bellevue, Wash.-based Expedia Inc. announced the agreement in a joint statement but did not disclose the terms. American, which is owned by AMR Corp., has been trying...

    Explore two boutique hotels in Albuquerque

    N.M. — If there's such a thing as an itinerant hotel manager, Yancy Sturgeon certainly fills the bill. In the past five years, he has spent time in Dallas, Albuquerque and Atlanta, helping create some of the country's unique boutique hotels: respectively, the ZaZa, Andaluz and Glenn. His wanderlust and his significant past successes have lured him back to Albuquerque. His latest venture qualifies as his...

    What's new in Britain and Ireland for 2011

    After weathering volcanic ash, wicked winter snow and rough financial storms last year, Great Britain and Ireland are hoping for a smoother 2011. Fortunately, there's a lot to look forward to. On April 29, the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton takes place at London's Westminster Abbey, followed by a public appearance and reception at Buckingham Palace. Expect exuberant crowds if visiting...

    Dining out, leaving the ship behind

    Cruises rarely lack for dining options, but when ships are docked, either in ports along their routes or before they set sail, passengers are offered rare opportunities to explore local cuisines. Here's a list of restaurants in ports of call around the world — some storied, some new — that should entice travelers to leave the comfort of the ship behind. BUENOS AIRES: El Baqueano. In the Argentine capital,...

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