Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cities to Celebrate New Years 2013

Some believe the world will end on December 21,2012.  We found the top cities to visit before the end of the world. And if it doesn’t end, they’re great places to welcome 2013! Where would you go? You can start … Continue reading

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FlipKey vs Airbnb : which one makes it easy to find the perfect rental?

How does the search experience on FlipKey compare to the experience on Airbnb?  Let’s find out.  Here’s FlipKey vs Airbnb in one traveler’s quest to find the perfect vacation rental. On Airbnb, travelers can browse collections or conduct a search … Continue reading

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Nazca Lines

The Nazca Lines in southern Peru are a collection of hundreds of geoglyphs created by the Nazca culture, whose people inhabited the area from about 100 to 800 AD. The designs were created between 400 and 650 AD by removing … Continue reading

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The Other Side of Dublin

Dublin is one of those friendly, accessible cities that make you feel at home as soon as you arrive, but that doesn’t mean it’s an open book.  With a history dating back more than 1,000 years, Dublin has some interesting … Continue reading

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Caño Cristales: The River of Five Colors

Caño Cristales is a river in Colombia known as “The Liquid Rainbow,” “The River of Five colors,” and even “The Most Beautiful River in the World.” During most of the year, it looks pretty much like any other river.  But … Continue reading

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10 Places to See Before the End of the World on December 21, 2012

Based on the Mayan calendar, some believe the world will end on December 21, 2012.  Will it happen?  Well, just in case, here are some places you’ll want to consider visiting before the end of days. And if the world … Continue reading

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Coolest things to do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s alluring streets have been made famous worldwide for their old-fashioned charm and unique canals. The plethora of grassy parks and public squares makes this city the kind of place that lures people out of the quaint bars and into … Continue reading

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Salar de Uyuni: World’s Largest Mirror

Salar de Uyuni, located in southwest Bolivia is the largest salt flat in the world.  It measures 4,086 sqare miles (10,582 sq km), which is 25 times the size of the Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States. During the … Continue reading

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Election Day 2012: where to travel if the election doesn’t go your way

Dear Obama and Romney, It’s Election Day 2012, and one of you will be the next President of the United States. The other will suddenly have some time on their hands. We’ve compiled a list of amazing places where you … Continue reading

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Last-Minute Thanksgiving Vacation Ideas

With Thanksgiving around the corner, you’ve either secured your flight home for turkey time with the family or you’re still procrastinating – perhaps debating other ways to spend the extra day or two off work. Last month Fly.com (an airfare … Continue reading

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