Category: Travel Agency Boston

48 Hours In Boston Travel Guide

by Rosalind Smith | 6th February, 2018

Boston Weekend getaway? Yes,please! If you have been planning a weekend in Boston and wondering about what to do, where to stay and where to eat, this guide is for YOU. Boston is known as the capital and largest city of Massachusetts’. Incepted in 1630, it is one of the oldest and most interesting cities […]

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Best Travel Agencies in Boston

by Rosalind Smith | 4th February, 2018

Traveling is the purification of one’s soul and mind as it introduces us to the breathtaking and jaw-dropping wonders of the world that we do not know and exist. Breaking the monotony of life, it reveals to us the implicit truth that we reside in a very small part of the world,and there is so […]

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Things to do in Haarlem, Netherlands

by Rosalind Smith | 3rd February, 2018

Haarlem is a historic and pleasant city located 12 miles from Amsterdam. Haarlem is a medieval city with cobbled streets, historic buildings, and winding canals. The city is a delight for photographers and is one of the popular day trips from Amsterdam. Haarlem can be easily reached via train from Amsterdam Central Station. Here are […]

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Boston Steakhouse Restaurants to Visit in 2018

by Rosalind Smith | 31st January, 2018

Although Boston is famous for seafood specialties and cream pie, there is definitely no shortage of great steakhouse restaurants in the city. Whether you are after delicious prime Midwestern steaks or ribeye steaks, the Boston steakhouse scene won’t leave you disappointed. Choose your favorite steakhouse restaurant in Boston from our list of the best steakhouse […]

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Best European Destinations For Outdoor Lovers

by Rosalind Smith | 28th January, 2018

Lucerne, Switzerland Lucerne, a beautiful Swiss town in the mountains, is a hiker’s paradise. Plenty of hiking trails of all difficulty level are located in the Pilatus, Reuss, and Rigi areas. These areas are also home to mountain climbing/mountaineering opportunities, sledding, and other adventure sports. Lucerne has very-well preserved the medieval architecture, especially in the […]

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Chicago’s Most Popular Tourist Attractions

by Rosalind Smith | 27th January, 2018

Chicago is Midwest’s biggest city and home to many attractions. Chicago has something for everyone including sports fans, culture lovers,and comedy aficionados. Here is our list of Chicago’s famous tourist attractions. Millennium Park Millennium Park is Chicago’s #1 tourist attraction. The park has many interesting things including an ice skating rink in winter. The park […]

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The Best Foods in Cairo

by Rosalind Smith | 24th January, 2018

The food in Cairo is delicious. In addition to loads of traditional foods more exclusively from Egypt, Cairo puts its own spin on some of the more common Middle Eastern dishes, never failing to disappoint! Generally speaking, food can be found anywhere. Definitely try the Egyptian street food, as there is nothing else quite like […]

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Travel Tips in Visiting The Pyramids

by Rosalind Smith | 23rd January, 2018

The Pyramids at Giza are not only Egypt’s most renowned icon, but also one of the most universally recognized monuments in existence. Vying with the likes of the Great Wall, the Eiffel Tower, and the Christ Redeemer, it is doubtful exactly which tops the list; but the Pyramids are sure to be up there. Both […]

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Best Things To Enjoy in Visiting Cairo

by Rosalind Smith | 22nd January, 2018

Despite being primarily desert, Egypt is a vast and varied land, rich with culture and color and much of the farthest-reaching history in the world. There is fascination to be found here in many places. Cairo however, is undoubtedly the convergence of all this richness. It absolutely shudders with life. Just walking the crowded market […]

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5 Most Romantic Bridges In The World

by Rosalind Smith | 18th January, 2018

Bridges and lovers have a long tradition; strolling on an old bridge hand in hand is one of the most popular activities among lovers of all age groups. Bridges have been used by lovers since historic times to set up trysts and rendezvous. Here are some romantic bridges that have been a haven for lovers […]

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Disney Travel Now Pay Later Vacation With Kids

by Rosalind Smith | 10th January, 2018

Many families put off a Disney vacation thinking it is too expensive or not worth the money. However, Disneyland isn’t called the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ for nothing; a Disney visit is truly magical for the kids. Not everybody may have saved up for a Disney vacation and that’s okay, neither does it mean you […]

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Family Travel Tips With The Kids

by Rosalind Smith | 9th January, 2018

Traveling with kids may seem like a big hassle for the parents but you are creating memories for your kids and it is something they will remember for the rest of their lives. Here are some family travel tips to make it less of a hassle and enjoy the trip in a relaxed and casual […]

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