Countdown of the Best Hotels in Vegas

Countdown of the Best Hotels in Vegas

Vegas is known for a great many things, its attitude towards gambling, the level of entertainment that is on offer, the debauchery and mayhem which can be found here, but above all else, Vegas is known for its world famous hotels. The hotels here take on an altogether very different approach to what a hotel should be, and many of these incredible buildings are far more than simply somewhere for you to lay your head. In true Vegas style the hotels here are ostentatious and fun-loving, and here are our top 3. read more

Urgent Accessories for the Luxury Traveller

If you travel a lot, be it for work or pleasure, you need to get good at travel. It’s not just a case of learning how to spend your time during a layover, and sleeping well on aeroplanes,  you need to supplement your knowledge with a tool kit of the vital accessories all the most seasoned travellers keep with them to ease their passage as they travel around the world

Toiletries

When you’re packing for a trip, you need to strike a balance with toiletries: you need to bring enough to keep yourself not merely clean but at the top of your game but not so much that passing security becomes an impossible task. read more

Spending 48 hours in Seattle, Washington

Spending 48 hours in Seattle, Washington

Seattle is one of those special places that everyone should visit at least once in their lives. I love everything that the city has to offer, whether it is the nature, history, culture, sights, or even just the amazing IHG hotels in Seattle. It is also one that I would recommend to any of my friends, family, and readers. I wrote this short guide to give you a taste of what Seattle is all about, and how you can spend 48 hours there. I hope you enjoy it!

Olympic Sculpture Park

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Image via Flickr by Elvert Barnes read more

A first time visitors guide to San Francisco, California

A first time visitors guide to San Francisco, California

San Francisco is one of my favourite cities in the United States and many people just seem to love the mix of culture and openness, and a way of life that you just cannot seem to find in other cities in the States, let alone the world. It is always important to me to share posts with you guys about destinations that I like going to and this time it is San Francisco. You worry about booking your hotel in San Francisco, and I will worry about the things you should see. Enjoy reading!

Golden Gate Bridge read more

Surfs Up Dude

Surfs Up Dude

The Southwestern county of Cornwall in England is one of the most beautiful areas of the country. With miles of sandy beaches to choose from and idyllic countryside walks, it has become a popular destination for travellers from all around the world. one of the most popular places to visit is the town of Newquay on the Northern coast of the region. This old fishing port and former haven for smugglers now attracts thousands of visitors a year with places nearby like Tintagel, the famous home of the legendary King Arthur and his knights of the round table being a popular attraction. However, the town itself is now really famous for its surfing and one of the things to do in Newquay is to learn to surf. read more

Fun by the Sea

Fun by the Sea

If you are thinking of taking your summer holidays this year in the United Kingdom then you might want to consider going down to the South of the country and check out the Cornish town of Looe. Although this small town may seem less appealing than some of the more popular areas of the county like Newquay, it has plenty to offer and there are lots of things to do near Looe and in Looe itself.

Historically the little village itself was and still is a fishing port but it was also a major smuggling village and if you take a trip to the local museum you can see lots of memorabilia related to the old highly illegal activity. If you have a younger family, a great activity and great fun for the kids is to go rock pooling with the local marine conservation society. The children will almost certainly enjoy scrambling around the rock pools after the tide has retreated and discover the various sea creatures that have been stranded by the outgoing sea. read more

Travel Tips For Peace of Mind

Travel Tips For Peace of Mind

Traveling should be about being carefree and having all the right things in place so that the trip runs as smoothly as possible. There are many things you can do before and after you travel to make things easier, and I wanted to make that the focus of today’s blog. Here are some of my best tips for keeping your peace of mind while travelling.

Carrying Less

Image via Flickr by Roitsch

It may sound counterintuitive, but carrying less is one of the best ways to make travel easier and better while keeping your sanity. The less you carry, the less you have to worry about — and the easier it is to carry around with you. Trust me when I say that lugging a huge bag full of stuff isn’t a fun experience, especially on a long trip! It’s also always a great idea to clean out your wallet before you go, so you only take the essentials with you, like cards and cash. Some things are better left at home because you’ll just worry about them otherwise. It’s an amazing feeling going to an airport with only a few cards and some cash. It even makes your travel experience nicer. read more

Here’s Why I Love Punta Mita

Here’s Why I Love Punta Mita

I am always waxing lyrical to everyone I meet about how much I love Punta Mita and why I think they should go there on their next holiday. There really isn’t anything to dislike about the place, it’s heaven!

There are loads of hotels there but now Punta Mita vacation rentals are so good we are all spoiled for choice. So after you’ve sorted out your accommodation, here’s what you can look forward to.

World Famous Diving

Before I visited Punta Mita I had never been diving or even snorkeling, but there you will find some of the best diving in the world. It doesn’t matter, if like me, you have zero experience because they have some world class instructors to help you along. When you get under the sea you’ll be amazed by what you find – tropical fish, dolphins and even sea turtles. There’s also the chance to explore the reefs and underwater caves as well. read more

Sell Your Car Online

Selling your car online is a great way to increase exposure to potential buyers well beyond your neighborhood or zipcode. Gone are the days of putting an ad in the newspaper or sticking a for sale sign on your car in hopes of landing a private sale based on passersby. There are so many buyers out there and geography or proximity are no longer limitations in finding them.

To get started, head over to Cars.com and begin creating a listing. If this is your first car listing on the site, you’ll need to start by creating an account. Once your account is created, click on the build new ad link. The basic package for selling your car on the site is free. This package includes up to five photos of the car, an active ad for one month with renewals for free and reports available to gauge how potential buyers are interacting with your ad. There is also a plus package on the site for $20 which includes 10 photos and a two month run,  and premium package which runs for 150 days and includes 15 photos and a free CarFax report. read more

5 Things You Need To Do In Brooklyn

5 Things You Need To Do In Brooklyn

Brooklyn is one of my favourite parts of New York City, and it’s a neighbourhood that rivals Manhattan. I love all of Brooklyn’s quirks, with its interesting culture and fascinating corners that often get overlooked in favour of its bigger brother. I want to talk more about five things that you absolutely need to do whilst you are in Brooklyn. This article is the perfect opportunity for me to reflect and for you to learn more. I hope you enjoy it!

Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge, As Seen from Manhattan, New York City. Image via Wikimedia by Postdlf read more