Williamsburg Virginia: Golf Capital of the East Coast

Posted on: 06 June, 2005

Williamsburg Virginia is widely known among golf enthusiasts as the golf capital of the East Coast. Many avid golfers retire or relocate to Williamsburg, Virginia so they can be near a wide selection of courses. Following is a sampling of golf courses in Williamsburg, with links to their web sites, where you will find virtual tours, tour packages, and descriptions of the courses. Royal New Kent (http://www.traditionalclubs.com/ROYAL/)In 2002, Golf Digest deemed Royal New Kent a 4 1/2 star course. The course flows across 7, 372 yards of Virginia countryside and has been likened to Irish links. Tall grasses blowing in...

Travel Shanghai China

Posted on: 04 June, 2005

Author: John Mckenna

Travel Shanghai China, An amazing city.I live, work, play in Shanghai, China’s largest city, largest port; a city of 16 million people, (many millions more during holidays and festivals), a city wanting to be the biggest, best and most important in the world. If you had been able to Travel Shanghai 10 years ago, and returned today, you would see a very, very different city.Shanghai today is a modern, 21st Century city, with tall, new shiny buildings, amazing nightlights, a wonderland. Finding the old sights and sounds of the old city is becoming more difficult as the city’s rapid development...

Save Lots By Booking Your Travel Online

Posted on: 26 May, 2005

Today, the easiest way to book your next vacation ortrip away from home is by making reservations online.Let's say, your idea of a vacation away is somewhereexotic and balmy, where you can spend your days sippingdrinks by a gorgeous swimming pool in the wonderfulwarm sunshine. Maybe you would prefer to have yournext vacation, skiing down the gorgeous white slopes ofWyoming. Your destination doesn't matter, booking yourtravel on the Internet can offer affordable and easytravel packages. Today people live full and busy lives, packed withstress and anxiety. Their schedules are full with family,work and other critical responsibilities. The one thingthat they...

Find Enchanting Underwater Worlds & The Unexpected At The Indianapolis Zoo

Posted on: 26 May, 2005

Author: Melody Schubert

One of the gems of Indiana’s Circle City is the Indianapolis Zoo located at 1200 W. Washington Street in Indianapolis. With 350 species of animals living in natural habitats at the Zoo nature always offers something unexpected and exciting to see. The Indianapolis Zoo’s newest exhibit showcases the enchanting underwater world of Pipefish, Seadragons, and Seahorses in the Waters Building. Looking in the tank we strained to spot one of these colorful creatures. But wait… what’s this… Master’s of disguise.The unusual creature we’d mistaken for a leafy piece of seaweed is actually a Seadragon. This strange creature uses its natural...

Tourist Season Again!

Posted on: 20 May, 2005

Author: Doug Bower

It is tourist season here in Guanajuato. The streets are once again crawling with pasty-white-legged gringos looking for a good time and wanting to blow a tremendous amount of money. Here is where I come in as your humble, sincere, and most observant columnist. I would like to offer a few of today's observations on the 2005 Guanajuato Tourist Season. Tourism—here is how it is supposed to work: You spend many hours at your job and work lots of overtime to save up enough money to take the family to Mexico. You look at endless travel brochures, watch every special...

Enjoy the Bahamas with Adequate Sun Protection

Posted on: 19 May, 2005

Author: Fred Coolridge

Crystal clear turquoise waters, endless white sand beaches, perfect temperate weather- a vacation in the Bahamas is heavenly. It is easy to wile away the hours of the day under the hot Bahamas sun, reading a book or sipping a cocktail. Unfortunately, your dream vacation can be less than perfect if you do not take certain precautions while basking in the sun. The islands of the Bahamas have earned their reputation as popular tourist destinations in large part due to the weather. The islands have a temperate climate of 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year, and the sun is almost...

Hilton Head Island - Off The Beaten Path

Posted on: 19 May, 2005

Author: Jeff Palmer

HILTON HEAD ISLAND - OFF THE BEATEN ... Head Island is well known as an upscale resort and golf ... What is often ... is the many ... ... ... for family vacatio HILTON HEAD ISLAND - OFF THE BEATEN PATHHilton Head Island is well known as an upscale resort and golf desination. What is often overlooked is the many wonderful activites available for family vacationers. If you grow tired of enjoying Hilton Head's 12 miles of beach, five star restaurants and world class shopping the following suggestions may help you find alternative activties.Daufuskie Island Historical/Cultural Tour Daufuskie Island is...

Hostels in Germany – The Amazing Discovery of Irresistibility

Posted on: 19 May, 2005

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“Fly by Ferry” overnight from Ancona (Italy) to Stari Grad (island of Hvar, Croatia)

Posted on: 19 May, 2005

Up sticks from your Umbrian villa and drive to Ancona, Italy’s largest Adriatic port and gateway to Croatia and Greece. Like Livorno, it’s a commercial port not famed for its beauty, but stroll uphill to see the Old Town surrounding the city’s Romanesque dome: it has a remarkable 16th-century fountain, a Roman amphitheatre and some wonderfully spooky Gothic architecture. Stop for lunch in Piazza Roma, a cobbled square lined with alfresco cafés and restaurants. An overnight ferry from Ancona takes you to Stari Grad on Hvar, one of the prettiest islands off the Croatian coast. Stari Grad (literally “old town”),...

Rockland Maine’s Old Granite Inn

Posted on: 17 May, 2005

Author: Kriss Hammond

Rockland Maine’s Old Granite InnRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FREE with photos cut and paste this link:www.jetsettersmagazine.com/archive/jetezine/g... Rockland Maine’s Old Granite InnRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FREE with photos cut and paste this link:www.jetsettersmagazine.com/archive/jetezine/globe02/usa02/maine/rockland/rockland.htmlEvery year in an Outside Magazine readers' poll, Rockland, Maine ranks among the top 100 best small towns to live in. This is the town where the then controversial 1957 Lana Turner soap opera flick, Peyton Place, was filmed — back when the most dangerous thing in a small town was . . . gossip! The producers wanted to...