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Month: December 2014

Avoid Being Sent To The Poorhouse: Our European Travel Tips

Avoid Being Sent To The Poorhouse: Our European Travel Tips

  Europe, with its vibrant food culture, lengthy and rich history, and its outstanding natural assets, has been at the top of many traveler’s list since time immemorial. However, it is not a cheap place to travel, with some spots being downright larcenous. One should not let this fact deter them from seeing one of the best places on Earth for the wanderer, so bear in mind these financial European travel tips so that you can go on holiday here…

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Christmas in Amsterdam

Christmas in Amsterdam

  Ever wondered why Amsterdam was voted number 2 in the world as the best place to spend Christmas? Festive Market Stalls From December to early January, Amsterdam is filled with markets for everyone wanting to get those last minute gifts. From ice-rinks to food stands to seasonal gifts, you will find everything you could want. Christmas at Castle Keukenhof, from 12 – 14 December, is one of the largest Christmas market events filled with beautiful lights, great food and carolling….

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Ring in the New Year on Colorado’s Top Ski Slopes

Ring in the New Year on Colorado’s Top Ski Slopes

  Winter is here! The ski slopes are starting to open and before we know it, ski season will be in full swing! As Christmas and New Years approach rapidly, many families are thinking about taking a ski vacation to ring in the holidays. If your entire family enjoys getting up onto the mountain in the morning and sipping hot chocolate by the fire in the afternoon, there’s no better New Year’s ski destination than Colorado. With so many resort…

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