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Locations: Western Europe: London, EnglandSubmitted by: markg
1 week in london- bus tour and walking tour. 6 nights in London - (do not go in the summer very few hotels have air conditioning) saw the bristish museum- treasures and relics from the empire days- the elgin marbles from the parthenon, treasures from india, ireland, scotland, etc. Took a bus and w...
Trip Features: Culture: Shopping, Cityscapes, Museums, Art/Antiques, Landmarks/sightseeing, History
Locations: USA: Alaska: Juneau, Anchorage, and othersSubmitted by: joanie
I absolutely recommend a trip to Alaska! The 7 night cruise was awesome and I would urge you to include a land package as well. (Mine was 4 nights.) Princess Cruise Lines was terrific. Beginning in Vancouver, we sailed the ‘Inside Passage” while stopping at three ports (Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan)...
Trip Features: Culture: Culinary/Gastronomy, Landmarks/sightseeing Beach and Nature: Whale Watching, Wildlife viewing
Locations: Caribbean: Nassau and Paradise Island, BahamasSubmitted by: SkyBlue
I've traveled to the Bahamas five times, each during a different stage of my life. First with my husband, then with our best friends, later with our children, again when they were teens, and the last time with our teen daughter and her friend. The constants are the beautiful weather and beaches, the rela...
Trip Features: Sport and Adventure: Scuba/Snorkeling, Golf Culture: Dancing, Shopping, Landmarks/sightseeing Well-being: Spa Beach and Nature: Beach, Garden
Locations: Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific: Auckland, New ZealandSubmitted by: frequent_flyer
If you want a Polynesian experience in modern context, you gotta try Auckland, New Zealand. My family and I had the most wonderful experience recently in what is actually the largest Polynesian city in the world, a fact not known by many people. Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand (over a mil...
Trip Features: Culture: Ethnic/Religious, Cityscapes, Landmarks/sightseeing Beach and Nature: Garden
Locations: Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific: Yanuca, Fiji IslandsSubmitted by: momma
Although Fiji was never on my must-see list, my week in Fiji turned out to be one of my most memorable holidays. Fiji is under army control due to a military coup but the presence of soldiers was kept to a bare minimum. We arrived at the Nandi airport to a wonderful welcome of indigenous singers in t...
Trip Features: Sport and Adventure: Scuba/Snorkeling, Kayaking Beach and Nature: Beach
Locations: USA: New York, NYSubmitted by: momma
Samuel Johnson once said when you're tired of London, your tired of life. But there's no such thing as being tired of or in New York. When I'm in New York I can live off the air! No matter how many times I fly into New York the excitement is always the same. Nothing can compare to seeing the skylight...
Trip Features: Culture: Museums, Art/Antiques
Locations: Caribbean: ArubaSubmitted by: Carol M
Our children were 22 and 25 and it had been many years since we all traveled together. When we considered what kind of trip we could plan for only a few days together that wouldn't be hit or miss in terms of weather, we chose Aruba. It didn't disappoint. The weather was fabulous every day, the beaches...
Trip Features: Sport and Adventure: Kayaking, Scuba/Snorkeling Beach and Nature: Beach
Locations: USA: New MexicoSubmitted by: Carol M
We decided to celebrate our 25th anniversary by taking a physically active but luxury-based trip to New Mexico. We choose Austin-Lehman as the tour group since they specialize in putting together biking, hiking and rafting trips for small groups. The activities were very strenuous, stretched our capab...
Trip Features: Sport and Adventure: Climbing, Off Roading, Rafting, Cycling, Hiking/Trekking
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