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Blog / 22.02.2018

There is no bad time to cruise. You can go anywhere in the world and experience new adventures while aboard a cruiseship. It's an experience you will treasure for a lifetime. But before you embark on this journey, you need a destination. Fortunately, there are so many places for you to go. Here are the seven best places to cruise: Alaska Cruise passengers will tell you one thing when you board a cruise ship to Alaska: you will come back. Treat yourself to the amazing wildlife and scenery, which many...

Blog, Destinations, Mexico / 09.02.2018

Located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is among Mexico's most vibrant resort destinations. Boasting a desert climate, the sun shines between 300 to 350 days per year – excellent news for those who fear having their vacation ruined by nonstop rain. While soaking up vitamin D on a sun lounger is surely among your top priorities, also know there are plenty of things to see and do in Cabo. And if you're thinking of planning a Cabo San Lucas destination wedding there are plenty of...

Blog, USA / 27.01.2018

Home to giants like Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon and Starbucks, Seattle is a growing city that is forever changing. The city has some fantastic breweries where you can try craft beers and boasts numerous attractions from the Space Needle to the Museum of Flight. Yes, it rains, but the summers are glorious and it's the perfect time of year to get outdoors and visit places such as Vashon Island and Snoqualmie Falls. As gateway to the Pacific Northwest, Seattle makes a great place to base yourself for a couple of...

Blog, Travel Tips, USA / 02.10.2017

Five years ago, pretty much no one was thinking of renting a car and driving across the US. Something to do with $4 and 5 a gallon gas prices? Now that things are starting to level out, it might be time to crank up the tunes and take a road trip across the country. Utah's Mighty 5 national parks, maybe? Pacific Coast Highway? If you’re willing to make an excursion out of it, the sky’s the limit. But regardless of how accommodating fuel prices might be today or...

Blog, Destinations, Travel Tips, Uncategorized, USA / 25.09.2017

The US is a huge place, really immense - like can spend a lifetime traveling it and still not see it all. Maybe you’re a nature lover and want to see the national parks - I highly recommend Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks by the way. Maybe you’re a city dweller and want to try the best food and attractions. Or maybe you want to travel the coasts and beaches during the summer. If you have three months on your passport, and you want to see as much...

Blog, Uncategorized / 25.09.2017

No, not just gators and geriatrics - Florida has some really amazing attractions, incredible destinations, and some of the most unique AirBnbs accommodations you’ll find in the country (really the world). No need to follow the hordes of hotel-going tourists or get stuck in slow traffic. We’re talking private islands, treehouses, shipping containers, and all kinds of other really cool places that will make for a truly memorable trip. Check out this list of some of our favorites. And if you haven't signed up and used Airbnb yet...

Blog, Travel Tips / 18.09.2017

France is known for three things that are cycling tours, wine and museums and there is no chance that it will change its identity even in 2017. But why these cycling holidays in France are so famous. You will get the best answer only by experiencing it by yourself. France is that part of the world that is home of Tour de France and this is because of the cycling trend that they follow. Provence the best place in France Whether you have a month, week or a long weekend...

Blog, Destinations / 15.09.2017

Germany holds the crown as the best party center in Europe, catering to everyone from the flashpacker traveler to the backpacker and through-hiker. If you’ve got the energy to hang with the party-harders, maybe it’s time to check in to Germany. If not, better start training. Beer gardens, rich history, and the best nightclubs on the continent are what take the cake for your next trip. If you’re looking to take advantage of the hostel scene, meet new people from around the world, and have access to the...

Blog, Travel Tips, Uncategorized, USA / 15.09.2017

With the Fall rapidly approaching, that sweet California weather is starting to look mighty tempting - actually it is pretty tempting year round - so if you are looking to get a little California sunkissed, it maybe time head out West. However, if you are looking to make your trip/getaway/romantic excursion, a little bit more rememberable, skip the overpriced hotels and check out some of these incredible and unique Airbnbs in California. If you haven't stayed in an Airbnb before, it is wondrous way to not only save money...

Blog, USA / 15.09.2017

Despite the stereotype - which typically casts Americans as the loud, braggadocios, stay-at-home and eat spare ribs while watching reality tv sort, we are an adventurous bunch. From breaking out and conquering the Western frontier in the days of Lewis and Clark, to journeys to the moon (if you believe in that kind of thing), to late-night divey diners with curly cheese fries; - there is no frontier we won't explore. While it is true that our passport wielding numbers are paltry comparatively to other developed nations, and...