Aix-en-Provence is a beautiful city approx 25km from exotic Marseille in France and is known for its old culture. To compare Left Bank to Paris is equivalent to comparing Ex-en-Provence to
Provence. Since Middle Ages, the city has been a center of cultural
activities and two main personalities painter Paul Cezanne and Novelist
Emile Zola belong to this city.
The tourists office can be reached at Tel - +33 0442161161 and is called Aix-En-Provence Tourism…
Added by London Paris Train on August 30, 2010 at 12:30pm —
With our freshly minted website, Tandem World
, we're back on the web and ready to do some serious traveloguing and blogging as we attempt to live deliberately. Plus, we're now (officially) travel bloggers.
Since we started writing about our new life a few years back, we've met up with a lot of cool people who've taken an interest in our take on life/travel. Because of our inconsistent web presence (due to more website problems/crashes… Continue
Added by No Vacation Required on August 5, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Added by ana maria saire on July 26, 2010 at 12:25pm —
p>The Baltic Sea is located in Northern Europe, a region of outstanding beauty with some of the world's most spectacular scenery. Baltic Cruises sail to some of the most cultural and historically fascinating cities in Europe, which makes this region such a magical place to visit. Listed our 12 ports of call that are a must see on a Baltic Cruise.
- St Petersburg is Russia's northern capital, hailed as the ‘Venice of the North'. Crammed with lavish architecture and splendid…
Added by Mark Plummer on July 19, 2010 at 6:52am —
There are many ways to save money on a cruise holiday, especially if you can be flexible with your departure dates, and be prepared to do some research. Below are 10 Money Saving Tips that could help you save money on a cruise holiday.
- The off peak season can vary on where you choose to cruise but generally off peak is from September to October and then January through to May. Check with your travel agent for off peak promotions which could see you making considerable savings.…
Added by Mark Plummer on July 19, 2010 at 6:30am —
If you are ardent to have a grand holiday abroad this year but are on
tight budget, why not consider less on cost and more on fun holidays to
This beautiful holiday spot in Turkey has a broad
array of tourist attractions that make it favourite among all British
holiday makers. No matter how little or how much money you possess, you
will definitely have an incredible time. Cheap… Continue
Added by Casper Da Silva on July 18, 2010 at 11:00pm —
Kissimmee is the neighbor of Orlando and so many of us things that the attractions here must be somewhat amusing as that of Orlando. However, this is only true to a certain extent. Orlando has
its own series of amusing attractions, while Kissimmee boasts a myriad
of unique highlights making both the cities stand incomparable in this
matter. So, when you plan to visit Orlando, do also explore…
Added by Emily Whale on July 14, 2010 at 1:28am —
The "World's Best" awards were just released by Travel + Leisure magazine. This year there were a record number of viewers that voted for 2010 travel. The survey allows people to express their opinions about their travels and what cities and businesses made their trip great.
This is a yearly survey where the magazine turns to their viewers and asks them about their experiences, travels and which destinations or companies are the best. Viewers rank the top destinations… Continue
Added by diane on July 9, 2010 at 1:18pm —
Added by Balanced Melting Pot on June 7, 2010 at 8:12pm —
Vietnam visa Fees 2010
In obtaining Vietnam Visa, there are two types of fee:
service fee (for getting visa approval letter /code) and stamping fee
(paid directly to Vietnam Immigration Officer on checking in Vietnam
airport (visa on arrival) or Vietnam Embassy (visa code).… Continue
Added by thuocdoc on April 26, 2010 at 10:31pm —
Hands up if you own a copy of “1000 places to see before you die”? Since it’s a bit difficult to type with one hand, I’ll put mine down. (And yes, I even owned the desk calendar, which displays pictures, daily, of exotic destinations that beckon you devilishly as you try and concentrate on work.)
Continue reading on… Continue
Added by Vanessa Martin Randin on February 10, 2010 at 4:59am —
Working with travel bloggers as easy as online dating?
While the title may sound arrogant, some might describe the world of travel blogging as yet uncharted territory. If only the relationship between travel bloggers and public relations professionals were as easy as online dating.
Instead of filling out a form listing our physical characteristics and our favorite activities such as walking on the beach at sunset, we could describe our blog and tell our potential… Continue
Added by Nancy Brown WhataTrip on January 30, 2010 at 3:44pm —
The German city of Dersden was rebuilt after the second world war. This city was converted into a major industrial hub. A large number of different historical monuments were rebuilt. The administrators, however, adopted a brutal style of rebuilding the city, that was popularly known as “Socialist Modern”. This rebuilding of the monuments gave the city a new look and made it prosper once more. There is one drawback of rebuilding in this city. The style adopted in the rebuilding process was very… Continue
Added by Travel Hunt on January 11, 2010 at 1:22am —
Of course it's always a breath taking experience especially if you are venturing into a new place you have never been to before. But, when you run out of cash, that will be a different story, and you will be jeopardizing the purpose of your trip- that is to enjoy while you're at it! So I will give you 10 helpful tips on how to go out on a journey savoring the moment while at the same time being money-wise.
1. Book your plane ticket in advance.
Once you have a fixed… Continue
Added by Roberto Jose D. Celdran on October 10, 2009 at 12:04am —
Mountainous homestay in Mai Chau Valley
If the southern delta provinces attract visitors through scenic landscapes of rivers, floating markets and fruit gardens, the
northern mountainous provinces introduce equally beautiful scenery with terraced fields and colourful bazaars.
People in both north and south are friendly and have many special customs. Tourist organizes homestays in both locations for tourists to get a good look into life in southern and northern… Continue
Added by heritagesvietnam on August 23, 2009 at 8:41pm —
I spent 5 weeks travelling around in Poland and found many interesting places to visit. Not just the most obvious as Warsaw and Auschwitz. Do come by and check out the entire blog at Travelbug's blog
Added by Travelbug on August 19, 2009 at 2:21am —
**The following post is contributed by Alex Berger of VirtualWayfarer.com
The following is a comprehensive list of general travel advice specifically tailored to backpack/hostelers and the Euro zone. However, I believe no matter where you are traveling or what approach you will be taking, you'll find a lot of good - and some unique information… Continue
Added by Alex Berger on May 21, 2009 at 3:20pm —
The legend of Halong has it that, “Once upon a time, soon after the Viet people established their country, invaders came. The Jade Emperor sent Mother Dragon and her Child Dragons down to earth to help the Viet people fight against their enemy. Right at the time invaders’ boats were rushing to the shore, the dragons landed down on earth. The dragons immediately sent out from their mouths a lot of pearls, which then turned into thousands of stone islands emerging in the sea like great walls… Continue
Added by Mr Nhatuyendung on May 12, 2009 at 12:02am —
These are the following criteria when Baggage Transfer to USA or any other country.
Multiple Piece Discount
If you subscribe multiple pieces to the same Baggage Transfer service (Daily, Half or Lite), you receive a 20% discount for all pieces after the first (50% for passengers on our Day Trip to the Loire Extensions). The discount does not apply to One-Way Baggage Shipping. For the purpose of pricing, guests traveling together are assumed to have evenly distributed… Continue
Added by Sanny George on April 8, 2009 at 6:30am —
In the near future, the system deployed in Cincinnati will provide driver assignments, will facilitate two-way messaging and will help determine the most time-efficient routings for baggage transfer to USA or any other countries.
Today, Delta uses this technology in Atlanta to dispatch its drivers remotely and in real time, shifting from a system where drivers received gate and flight assignments on paper from a central location. Atlanta-based ground employees rely on this system for quick… Continue
Added by Sanny George on April 8, 2009 at 6:30am —