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6 Tips to Consider Before Your First Yacht Charter

Are you planning to charter a yacht on your next holiday? If so, we suggest that you follow a few important tips for planning your trip. These tips will help you ensure everything goes smooth. Read on to find out more. 1. Consider the Important Aspects Regardless of where you want to go, make sure you choose the right companions. Also, you need to plan your routes a few weeks before the big day. Everyone should be on the same page... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Attractions to See in Dubai

Dubai is one of the most popular cities in the United Arab Emirates. It's known all over the world for its spectacular attractions, such as Burj Khalifa and Dubai Creek. If you are thinking of going on a trip to Dubai, we suggest that you go see the following top attractions. Read on. 1. Burj Khalifa Dubai is known for its biggest malls and tallest buildings, such as Burj Khalifa. This building features the fastest lift on the... ❯❯❯

Somnath Tourism - All You Need To Know Before You Go

Somnath means "Lord of the moon". This sacred destination was initially known as "Prabhas Patan". The city is unaffected by the modernized luxuries and, still holds its mythological, historical and pious appeal to the masses of Hindu followers. The land has been favorite choice of numerous tourists universally as it is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Owing to the variety, India has to offer in terms of topography, climate, cuisine,... ❯❯❯

Things to Do in Golden City of Jaisalmer

Popularly known as the Golden city of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer is most famous for its Sand Dunes. Although most people limit themselves to the sand dunes, there are a lot of things to do in and around Jaisalmer. So I've made a list of all things to do and places to explore here. 1. Jaisalmer Fort The sprawling yellow-stone Fort, built by the Rajput ruler Rawal Jaisal, stands at the centre of the city. In the olden days this desert town... ❯❯❯

Dallas Guide: If You Have Only One Artful Day in Dallas

If you've only got a day to spend in Dallas, what would you do? Do you visit an art museum and then check into a neighboring nightspot? Would you rather head out for some shopping and then book a table at a neighborhood restaurant in downtown Dallas? Does the idea of visiting a kids' museum or signing up for a day pass at either Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park or Adventure Landing Dallas excite you instead? It's really a toss of... ❯❯❯

First Time Visitor to Chicago, There Are Lots of Musts to Follow

A first time visitor, you have made the right decision to visit Chicago as your itinerary will get flooded with things that are must-see and must-do. Chicago is an immense destination presenting friendly locals to finest cultural institutions, besides world-famous eateries in restaurants. It is a city coming alive, suitable as a vacation and has best attraction. Make your getaway with Chicago as it has lots of must-do activities. ... ❯❯❯

A Seattle Visit Can Be Within Your Wallet, If You Opt for Free Options

Seattle, ideally situated between mountain ranges on the Puget Sound banks is a great place for outdoor recreation. Seattle is a sophisticated place, prominent for its airplanes and technology, as it is for Sasquatch and salmon. There are plenty of free things such as visiting a garden. Seattle parks are unique and there is free option in most places including one day a month free even for Seattle Tacoma museum. If you are not a... ❯❯❯

Seafood and Spice: What to Eat When You Travel in the Bahamas

So you want to take a vacation in the tropical paradise of The Bahamas. You've found your flights, picked your accommodation and planned your activities. But what will you eat while you're there? Although many hotels and restaurants do offer typical contemporary Western food, no travel experience is complete without tasting the local cuisine. What can you expect to be served up in The Bahamas? The Bahamas is an archipelago consisting... ❯❯❯

A Tourist Guide to Pensacola, Florida

Located in northwest Florida, ten miles from the Alabama state line on its panhandle, Pensacola is rich in historic, military aviation, and natural sights, all with Florida's signature sun, sand, seafood, and water aspects. Pensacola: Although St. Augustine, on Florida's east or Atlantic coast, is considered the oldest US city and took root after Admiral Pedro Menendez de Aviles sailed to it and established a colony, Pensacola, on the... ❯❯❯

Aligarh - City of Education and Etiquette

The very name Aligarh evokes beautiful memories and images of AMU (Aligarh Muslim University), its famous lock industry (Aligarh ke taale) and also its adab (cultured and refined behaviour). In fact, it's perhaps Aligarh where one finds the last vestiges of proverbial Muslim nafasat (style and tenderness in manners). Even once famed Lakhanavi adab is on the wane. But because of AMU, the varsity founded by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in the... ❯❯❯