Orlando’s List of Things to do for Under $10 and $20!

August 26, 2014

$10 or less per person 4. Kings Bowl Orlando is the perfect place to eat, bowl, or lounge in a comfortable, fun and luxurious environment. $5 before 6 p.m., $6 after 6 p.m., $7 Fri & Sat after 6 p.m. All prices are per person, per game. Shoe and sock rentals are $3 each. 5. Enzian, Central Florida’s only [...]

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New Central Reservations Site Lets Vacationers Book Itinerary, Packages in Taos, NM

August 25, 2014

A new booking website, BookTaos.com, is making it easier for those planning a vacation to Taos, New Mexico to customize an itinerary by booking lodging, activities, ski packages, and even dinner reservations in real time online. BookTaos.com also operates a call center from 8 a.m.–10 p.m. daily in Taos, where prospective visitors can ask questions [...]

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Surfing at Munich Airport Brings Out Fans and Pros

August 5, 2014

After scoring a huge hit in the past three summers with surfing fans, airport staff and visitors, the 2014 edition of Munich Airport’s surfing extravaganza, “Surf & Style,” will bring a Hawaiian vibe to the Munich Airport Center (MAC) from July 30 until August 24. Pumps create a standing wave 10 meters wide and 1.5 [...]

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Who To Best Judge Polar Photos? Decendants of Famed Explorers, That’s Who

July 15, 2014

Industry-leading polar expedition company Quark Expeditions® invites past passengers from their Arctic and Antarctic expeditions to enter their celebrity-judged Cover Photo Contest. The grand prize photo will be featured on the cover of the Quark Expeditions 2015.16 brochure and the top three winners will appear throughout the brochure and take home valuable photography prizes. Following [...]

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Travel Tips for the Visually Impaired

June 23, 2014

For ages, eye problems have been used as an excuse to keep the visually impaired from living out their dreams. In fact, keeping the visually impaired from experiencing the same adventures as everyone else is as old as mankind itself! Issues with depth perception, near-sight or far-sightedness, blurry vision or lazy eyes have been excuses [...]

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Flying in Canada This Summer? Here are Some Security Tips

June 6, 2014

Summer is the busiest air travel time in Canada. Whether you’re packing for a family vacation, visiting relatives or exploring new corners of the world, an easy and stress-free travel experience starts by preparing for the security checkpoint. These tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) can help. One of the most common [...]

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