Atlanta is one of the major cities in the southern part of the country and is home to a number of sports teams, businesses, and other attractions. If you are trying to find some Atlanta info for whatever reason, the easiest way to do so is on the Internet. You can find Atlanta info in more »
Atlanta has earned itself the nickname of “Hotlanta” and a quick glance at Atlanta events that attract locals and visitors alike will demonstrate why. First of all, during the cold winter months Atlanta stays a relatively balmy 44 degrees Fahrenheit. For a visitor from New England or Upstate New York, that is weather for wearing more »
Many school programs attempt to do some type of a special outing or event for the holiday season. Children enjoy celebrating the holidays and it can add a level of excitement to it when they get to take a school outing. There are many places that students can be taken, including holiday plays, museums and art galleries, and even holiday movie shows. When planning a holiday outing for children, you will want to ensure that you have enough volunteers to help, a safe and educational destination for the children, and a mode of transportation that allows them to travel together. Charter buses are a great option for student travel for many reasons.
The charter bus and motorcoach ind (more…)
If you are considering a trip to Cabos San Lucas in Mexico, there really is never a bad time to go. The weather is always perfect. In the summer the day time temperature goes from about 70 degrees to 100 degrees. During the winter, that range shifts to between 50 and 80 degrees. They also see about 350-360 days of sunshine every year. There is no bad time to get vacation rentals in this town. Even during the rainy season, there is little rain. The city sees about seven to 10 inches of rain a year.
Why Choose Cabos San Lucas for Vacation:
- It is close. If you live in the United States, you live pretty close to Cabo San Lucas. While you do need a passport, your flight will not be all that long. Even if you are flying from far away Maine (probably the (more…)
Let’s be honest: we’re all sick of hearing about the economy. From the housing bubble to trade deficits, the slowing American economy seems to be the only thing in the news lately. While you might be tired of hearing about it, the effects are still felt in the tightening budgets of most American families. With summer vacation season soon approaching, and expendable income in shorter supply, how can you keep your family entertained and enriched this summer without breaking open the piggy bank? Easy: take them on a family camping trip at one of America’s beautiful lakeside campgrounds.
America’s Greatest Natural Resource: The Great Outdoors
America has long been recognized as having some of the most beautiful and dynamic wilderness of all the countries on Earth. From desert to high plain (more…)
There are some people who fear the encroachment of technology upon our lives, longing instead for dedicated family time around the campfire. Rest assured, camping remains one of the most popular ways Americans choose to spend their time off; over 40 million people went camping back in 2010 over a total of 515 million outings. While each state has their own natural wonders to behold, very few reach the splendor of camping in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains.
Smoky Mountain Camp Grounds
The Smoky Mountains encompass a range of 816 square miles, making them some of the largest natural areas in all of Appalachia. Camping in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains can take many different forms from (more…)
If you’ve ever flown, whether for business or pleasure, chances are you have thought about what it would take to charter a private jet. The benefits are obvious: flexible schedules, custom flight paths and of course, avoiding all the inconveniences of flying commercial.
Business travelers take an average of 15 business trips by air every six months. In fact, about 8 million of us fly every day, whether for work or play. While chartered flights can be pricey, they offer other advantages such as flexibility and the ability to get into the air quickly when time is of the essence. quite often a chartered flight is also the most convenient way to get to a desired location. Close to 50% of business aircraft flights are to an airport where few or no commercials airlines travel, and as much as a third of fl (more…)
While it seems like it has been conveniencing our lives forever, flying is a relatively recent innovation that radically changed the face of world travel. Instead of taking weeks, days, or months to get from one location to the next, travelers can experience safe and easy travel from the comforts of a cushy (albeit cramped!) airplane chair. For business professionals on the go, flying is particularly important, as it allows them to pop from one location to the next without having to worry about missing a bear.
But if you aren’t exactly a frequent flyer, airports can be a stressful place. Here are a few things to know before em (more…)
If you’re about to go on a cabin camping trip for the first time, congratulations. Cabin camping can be some of the most fun you have, and it’s a lot easier than other types of winter camping. Many campgrounds’ cabins come outfitted with full- or partial-kitchens, and beds, making cabin camping trips less complicated than others.
That being said, there are some things you should know beforehand.
You’ll still need the essentials. - Cabin camping certainly makes things easier, but you’ll still need to bring a few things with you. After all, it’s always best to be prepared. Make sure you have all of your cooking and kitchen supplies, toiletries, warm clothes, hiking clothes, food, water, and firewood.
Camping needs to be a fun and pleasurable experience, full of adventure and thrills. Whether you are a first-timer or a seasoned camping veteran, you should know that much of the quality of your camping experience depends on the camping grounds you choose.
Choosing from available campsites in the area and finding one that suits your needs, dates and budget may be a tough ask due to sheer volume — almost 42.5 million people went camping in the year 2011 alone. The location, terrain and geography of your campgrounds are important as well, as these provide opportunities for exciting outdoor activities which 87% of campers like to (more…)
It’s your wedding — you want it to be perfect. Well, nothing is more romantic than nuptials at a beach front resort. Imagine the lapping waves, light breezes, your love standing nearby…
Why a Destination Wedding?
You may not live near a beachfront resort, but today almost 15% of weddings involve travel. Destination weddings give you the opportunity to have a unique wedding, and they also give you the chance for some really fantastic family gatherings!
Preparing for a beachfront resort wedding, book blocks of rooms ahead of time. Booking ahead is a great way to make sure that your family is together and you get a great rate on rooms with great views.
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There’s no better time to tour NYC than during the fall. With the cooler temperatures and falling leaves, you’ll want to hit Central Park with your sweetie on your arm and a pumpkin spiced latte in hand.
While you tour the city, of course, it’s always imperative to check out the cultural goings-on and sights, namely the most popular museums and performances/attractions. Unsure of which ones to see and where to go? Worry not! Here’s a list of the best attractions and special events to see this fall in NYC:
First and foremost, (more…)
Many school programs attempt to do some type of a special outing or event for the holiday season. Children enjoy celebrating the holidays and it can add a level of excitement to it when they get to take a school outing. There are many places that students can be taken, including holiday plays, museums and more »
If you are considering a trip to Cabos San Lucas in Mexico, there really is never a bad time to go. The weather is always perfect. In the summer the day time temperature goes from about 70 degrees to 100 degrees. During the winter, that range shifts to between 50 and 80 degrees. They also more »
Let’s be honest: we’re all sick of hearing about the economy. From the housing bubble to trade deficits, the slowing American economy seems to be the only thing in the news lately. While you might be tired of hearing about it, the effects are still felt in the tightening budgets of most American families. With more »