Fontviellie district Monaco

Monaco_FontvieilleMonaco is an autonomous city state from the french Riviera in Europe. It drops in the subtropical environment area with the lengthiest year with golden sunny days. In this way, temperatures here are average all around the year. The area alongside the positive atmosphere makes it a profoundly fancy spot to reside at whatever time of the year.

Traditional area is available for low cost as compared to the luxury and premium and it will be a suitable place for middle class families, however, the resale value of such traditional places often faces downfall.  Luxury real estate area of Fontvielle will cost you around 60000 to 90000 euros, property in premium area will cost you around 150000 to 350000 euros, and traditional property will cost you around 10000 to 30000 euros.
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March 18, 2014

Autumn in New England

6504447527_1a9f1bea7eI’m a New Englander born and bred. Until recently, however, the idea of spending several hours in the car merely to look at a bunch of trees didn’t hold much charm for me. While researching this article, I had a change of heart. Pulling into Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest, I was quite unprepared for the beauty that soon surrounded me. But, I’m getting ahead of myself.
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February 13, 2014

Get a ride for your adventures

SkidpadA Ride on the Wild Side

Looking for an unconventional vacation? Consider going to driving school.
Have you ever dreamed of whizzing around the track behind the wheel of a formula race car? Well, if you can manage a long weekend, you can make your dream a reality by taking a course at one of the Skip Barber Racing Schools.
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February 13, 2014

Small Talk About Adventures

Compass_E175Pet Peeves Top
Good news for pet owners! Until recently, globe-trotters of the four-legged variety were forced to travel as cargo. Now, however, most major airlines allow small pets (dogs, cats and birds) to travel with their owners in the cabin.

American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Northwest Airlines, Trans World Airlines, United Airlines and US Air are among the airlines that allow pets to travel in the cabin with their owners. But, don’t expect to see Irish setters roaming the aisles: all pets must remain in their travel carriers that must be small enough to fit under their owner’s seat.
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February 13, 2014

The Prince and the Pauper

7671724038_b987aae070The lounge opens at 5:00 p.m. daily. Dinner is served seven nights a week from 6:00 p.m. Reservations for the dinning room are recommended.

Wonderful food served in a romantic atmosphere sums the Prince and the Pauper. Dining in the charming candlelit dinning room with classical music playing softly in the background was a truly sensual experience.
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February 13, 2014

Barbados Travel Tips

3420162944_cf4645ba4eIf you want to make the most of your vacation, remember to pack lots of sunscreen and bug spray, mosquitoes can be a problem. Never swim alone on the Atlantic Coast of Barbados. The waters can be rough and may have a strong undercurrent, be careful, don’t go in above your waist

Hotels range from very expensive (approximately $400 per night and up) to inexpensive (ranging from $80 to $120 per night). While dinner for two at an expensive restaurant may run $75, an inexpensive dinner may run only $15 to $25. While you’re in Barbados, seize the opportunity to sample some of the exotic native dishes like Mauby (made from tree bark), coo-coo (a corn meal dish), breadfruit, conkie (a cake-like dessert) and sea eggs.
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February 13, 2014

Recent Berry News

American_757_on_final_approach_at_St_Maarten_AirportVISA GOES BARBADOS 
You should look forward to getting your next Visa bill, it may contain a promotion for the Barbados Welcomes Visa campaign. Money-saving incentives for Visa members include added values at numerous hotels, restaurants, local merchants and island attractions. The program also offers discounted airfares on American Airlines (from the U.S. and Latin America)

The campaign runs through September 1996. For more information contact Barbados Welcomes Visa at (800) 820-1881.
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February 13, 2014

Think cruising’s too tame for you?

3993590423_b554485941I always figured I would hate cruising. I’m way too hip for that sort of thing. My hair isn’t gray and my fondest travel memories all involve youth hostels, sleeping bags, bicycles, trains, and friends’ apartments in foreign countries. Attempts at resort travel have always bored me to tears. After spending a few days wishing I was somewhere real, I began looking forward to going home. The only upside is that re-entry into normal life is easy.
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February 13, 2014

A Proud History of Norway

5861470842_2986b14c2cThe S/S Norway was formerly the S/S France. She was the pride of France, built in the early 60’s to be the biggest, fastest, classiest transatlantic liner. The French succeeded in building the biggest…she is a few feet too wide and long to pass through the Panama Canal that greatly hinders her usefulness for world cruises.
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February 13, 2014

Nestled in Vermont’s Green Mountains, Stratton is great getaway

Ski_trailsStratton has something for just about everyone. If you’re a beginner/intermediate skier (like me) who manages to get to the slopes every couple of years or so, the mountain offers plenty of trails to build your confidence. For skiers at other levels, 32 percent of Stratton’s 92 trails are classified as Novice and 32 percent are designed to challenge Advanced skiers. Twelve lifts, including a high-speed, 12-passenger summit gondola, make getting onto the slopes quick and easy.
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February 13, 2014