Travel Amsterdam: The Van Gough Museum

While travelling in Amsterdam, the Van Gough museum is a must see. Located in the heart of Amsterdam, the Van Gough museum is the only museum of its kind, and a showcase to the work of Vincent Van Gough. The museum, which opened in 1973 has the largest collection of Van Gough’s painting in the entire world, as well as work by several other artists who were painting during the 19th century, the same time…

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Cheap Nightlife in Paris

At the end of a day of non-stop sight seeing, some visitors to Paris feel compelled to see a performance such as Moulin Rouge or other “tourist traps”. Not only are these types of shows only for the tourists, they also cost too much money. If you have your mind set on one of these shows, then by all means go. But if you’re just wandering the streets after dinner looking for a little nightlife,…

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Prague: Forever a Treasure

It is a minute before noon on a partly cloudy day in Prague’s Old Town Square. A large gathering of tourists have been milling around the area for about ten minutes watching the Medieval astronomical clock of the old town hall, waiting for any sign of movement from the beautifully carved statues or the twin doors above the clock face. As the tourists wait, men and women dressed in 18th century costume hand out flyers…

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Goliad Texas State Park

The well maintained Texas state parks are captivatingly beautiful areas to enjoy camping, boating, swimming, and tour historical sights. One of the finest historical parks is Goliad State Park located near the town of the same name. Goliad, 188.3 acres situated along the San Antonio River, offers historic sites, picnic areas for day use, overnight camping, swimming at a junior sized Olympic pool, and nature trails. Camping There is an entrance fee of $2.00 per…

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Travel to Thiruvanthapuram, on the Southwest Coast of India

A popular lore about its origin says Lord Parsurama, an incarnation of Vishnu, After battle destroyed 21 evil warriors, Then prayed Gods for tranquil place, Where he may penance perform, His wish the God’s deigned fulfill, Granted him land he himself built, Parsurama threw his battle-axe in sea, And commanded water to retreat, Fertile land that thus emerged, Became Kerela, place of tranquility, The name means, land of coconuts, From tropical sun it is by…

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Camping in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

If your family has decided to go camping in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you have ten developed campgrounds to choose from in various places throughout the park. The three largest campsites are Elkmont, Cades Cove, and Smokemont. These sites are the most modern of the ten that are available. If you plan on taking your camping trip between the months of May through October, it is important that you make a reservation for…

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Camping in Southern California’s San Clemente State Park

The Summer Itch The tell tale sign that summer is coming is this sudden itch to be jump out of your office chair and run free in the wind. As summer draws closer and closer, it isn’t too early at all to begin planning a camping trip for family or friends. Whether you’re married with children or starting summer vacation to return to your high school buddies, camping is the ultimate summer group activity. For…

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Planning for a Road Trip

The Open Road Summer is coming and along with it is that longing to jump in the car and drive across the country with the top down and the wind blowing in your hair. Images of exciting times and funny misadventures crowd your mind as you grab your keys and head for the door. But wait! There are a few things you should do to prepare for your trip to make sure it’s not only…

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Safe Traveling with Seniors

Over the past decade the numbers of seniors in society have increased sharply due to the “baby boomers” reaching middle and retirement age. Caregivers, be they family or friends, are discovering a whole new area of concern – that of travelling with an elderly friend or relative. But with a little planning and a bit of research you should have no fear scheduling that cruise or setting up that plane trip for you and your…

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