Month: October 2018

Travel Planning

7 Tips for Travelling With Kids

Traveling is a good thing. Almost everyone loves traveling. It is one of the things that awaken the soul as people got introduced to new places, culture, and society. Travels add flavour to our memories. There is so much to consider when you are traveling with your kids. More than the destinations that you are […]

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Hotels Accommodations

Kids and Hotels

Some hotels are family friendly. That is, they have a pool, maybe an arcade, a playground, things for kids to enjoy. Others may not be as kid friendly, but all hotels have other guests who expect your kids to behave themselves during their stay. If you have a child who is involved in travel sports […]

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Hotels Accommodations

How to Select Guest Friendly Hotels

One of the most important decisions that one has to make as they go for a holiday is where they want to stay after each exploration. Finding a friendly hotel to stay in while on holiday is therefore necessary. As you hunt for hotels online, it is advisable that you take your time and that […]

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Hotels Accommodations

Looking For Hotels in Brenham? Read This First

Anytime you and your family travel, you’re always trying your best to find the spots that make the trip fun & enjoyable for everyone, and this certainly includes finding the right place to stay. If you’re in, or near, the east Texas area & need a place to stay that’s near a number of major […]

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Hotels Accommodations

Where to Stay in Santorini – The Best Towns & Hotels

Spectacular Santorini shines like a glamorous jewel in the blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Completing the set of Cyclades islands, Santorini itself is set on the site of a submerged volcano and is home to the famously breathtaking caldera which gives the island its distinct shape. Life on the island itself is pure luxury; […]

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Hotels Accommodations

How Hotels in Paxos Island Are Different From Regular Hotels

Visiting the Paxos Island for the first time will undoubtedly offer you the lifetime experience of going on a memorable vacation with your family. Well, there is not one reason behind this statement but there are lots of things which make this island a heaven for the peace lovers. Anyhow, before discussing the reasons that […]

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Food

Out of Africa: Native Foods

Northern Africa is comprised of several countries, namely Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Mauritania, Libya and Egypt. Clearly its foods have been influenced over the centuries by the ancient Phoenicians (a Semitic civilization now modern-day Tunisia) who introduced sausages and wheat, and Berber nomads who adapted the semolina from wheat, creating couscous which has become a main […]

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Food

Most Despised American Foods

This list is a compilation of surveys, online searches,and food store sales across the U.S. of what Americans despise, to put it bluntly, and not necessarily that of the author, although she does agree with several of the entries: Brussels sprouts – the number one despised food in America, mushy, smelly (can you spell “feet”?) […]

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Food

Indonesian’s ‘Unknown’ Cuisines

Who has ever tried Indonesia’s cuisines? Maybe some of you have ever heard or tasted Rendang, Nasi Goreng, and Satay. Yes, of course, those are Indonesian’s cuisines that some years ago became popular foods in the world. As the CNN articles in 2015 about 50 delicious foods in the world, those three cuisines were chosen […]

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Food

Tapas: A Spanish Food Adventure

A tapa is an appetizer or snack in Spanish cuisine and translates to a small portion of any kind of food, similar to Chinese dim sum. It may be cold or hot. In the early days of tapas, a slice of cheese or ham was served with your drink and placed over the mouth of […]

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