Posts Tagged ‘Sightseeing’

30 Tours Under $30

Monday, September 15th, 2014

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We won’t spend too much time introducing this post, but we will say this: there are plenty of ways to see some of your favorite cities for reasonable prices. The list below includes cruise, walking, and bus tour and other activity options, so if you’re looking for a more frugal way to see some of the best sights in some of the best destinations, look no further. Here are our top 30 tours under $30.*

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The Minimalist’s Guide to Good Travel

Tuesday, October 29th, 2013

minimalist travelDo you like to keep it simple during your travels? Are you someone who saves every last dime to take multiple trips each year? Do you prefer to spend more time exploring a city than hanging out at the resort? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may be a minimalist when it comes to travel. This can often be a wonderful way to visit all the places on your bucket list, because you realize that all we really need to enjoy ourselves are the essentials. Read on for three quick ways to stick to the basics whilst traveling, and keep your minimalist ways going strong. (more…)

Wine Tasting Tours By Carriage in California Wine Country

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

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California wine country: three beautiful words that roll off the tip of your tongue. Fittingly, this region of the country also provides beauty for all your other senses. The sights are stunning, the air smells and feels fresh and crisp, the atmosphere is breezy and calm and the wines are deliciously alluring.

Are you planning a visit anytime soon?

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When Should You Take a City Tour? (A Quick List)

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

1. If it’s somewhere you’ve never been.

Chances are you’ll feel completely lost when you touchdown in a brand new city. Your GPS (or old-fashioned paper map) will help you get around town, but it can be difficult to familiarize yourself with a place if you’re constantly checking to make sure you’re headed in the right direction. Take a city tour to get the lay of the land, and figure out what popular places are further uptown vs. which highlights are on the west side. Sightseeing tours are great for helping new travelers find their bearings – while fawning over those sweet spots you came for. (more…)

Ripley’s Believe it or Not!

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Ever wonder who the Ripley in “Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” is? Okay, maybe you didn’t, but we’re about to fill you in.

Robert Ripley was born in 1890, in the brand new town of Santa Rosa, California. He grew up to be a talented cartoonist, and eventually created a newspaper panel series featuring oddly quirky facts and details. The series spawned a popular radio show, which eventually evolved into a television series (once sound entered the film world).

He stood firmly behind every outlandish claim and provided proof for each fact he presented. As we all know, his legacy continues to live on, and each Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum provides a uniquely bizarre perspective of all the weirdness in the world.

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Top 10 Tours & Activities in the USA

Friday, April 5th, 2013

There are countless things to do in our great nation. In any given city, town, metropolis or even rural area, chances are there’s a cool sight to see or unique tours to try.

So, whether you’re looking to visit the states for the very first time, or your a citizen seeking to explore a different side of the country, this list may help you decide where to go and what to do. Here are our most popular stateside product offerings, after the jump!

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Everyone Needs a Nashville Getaway

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

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Jetting Around with Reserve123

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

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When you love seeing new places, experiencing new cultures, foods and ways of life and venturing to unknown lands, it’s special when you are able to connect with those who share that same passion.

Our team arranges reservations for almost anything your heart desires, and while we’re busy handling all your preparations, sometimes it’s difficult for us to get out and do some traveling for ourselves! This is where you wonderful travel bloggers come in. We get to live vicariously through your fabulous trips, and occasionally, we can help make them memorable (we’d love to turn that “occasionally” into “frequently,” since you’re always on the go!).

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Wonderful Weihnachtsmarkt – where traditions thrive!

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

The world is constantly looking for the most elegant and modern Christmas. Instead of red and green, as they are so passé, let’s decorate with purple and silver! Modern is the key. Maybe you have done that for a few years and are now ready to get back to the traditional in a big way. Well, why not go back to the place where most of our Christmas traditions  began. And to do that, you have to begin in Germany.

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Holiday Gift Giving Time

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Some of us wait until the last minute to gather our Christmas gifts, and by some of us, I mean most of us. That’s the only possible explanation for why the stores are so crowded in the few days leading up to December 25th.  Since tomorrow officially starts the 25-day countdown to Christmas, it’s time to start thinking about what to buy for your loved ones.  As a rule of thumb, you’ll want to steer clear of fuzzy decorated sweaters and useless gadgets, unless, of course, you genuinely put some thought into the purchase.

Gift cards tend to fly off the shelves around this time of year, and with good reason. It’s more personal than handing over an envelope of cash, and the recipient still gets to pick out something they’d actually like!

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