Archive for August, 2011
The reason I am including this article in my travel news section is that I have been using No Jet Lag for a number of years because it really does work for me. Regardless of the length of the trip, I can expect to have very little if any jet lag when I’m using this [...]
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, August, 2011 ‚Äď As people seek more meaningful and rewarding vacation experiences, volunteer vacations are on the rise. Until now, the search for such vacations has been fragmented and difficult to source, and harder to authenticate. On September 5, 2011 GoVoluntouring.com will launch, making it easy for people to find and connect [...]
Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series -¬†September 24, 2011-January 15, 2012 Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series is the most comprehensive show to date of Diebenkorn’s most celebrated works. Coorganized by Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, California, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the exhibition is curated by OCMA curator [...]
Denver, Colo. ‚Äď Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) resorts show continuing dedication to maintaining the highest standard in ski vacations with preparations and investments for the 2011/12 season. From minor developments that will seamlessly improve guest experiences, to major renovations that will allow resorts to continue to provide the excellent service to which guests have [...]
MAZATL√ĀN, Mexico (August, 2011) – The Pacific Coast City of Mazatl√°n has been designated as national host of Mexico‚Äôs 2011 World Tourism Day celebrations, taking place Sept. 27. Mazatl√°n‚Äôs festivites join global tributes to this annual event of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). With flourishing arts and deeply historic roots, this authentic travel destination promises [...]
SEATTLE, Wash. – Alaska Airlines announced today that it would expand its schedule starting daily, nonstop service from Oakland and San Jose, Calif., to Lihue, on the island of Kauai, and Kona, on the Big Island of Hawaii starting March 12, 2012.
Ecoventura’s Environmentally Friendly Fleet of Small Expedition Vessels Allows Guests Access to Galapagos Waters for Daily Snorkeling Adventures
MIAMI, Aug. 31, 2010 – Ecoventura‚Äös environmentally friendly fleet of small expedition vessels in the Galapagos allows guests of this visionary small-ship travel company (http://www.ecoventura.com/) to experience the Galapagos from as many land and water perspectives as possible. This includes snorkeling.
Finnair is Searching for the Biggest Angry Birds Fans to Compete in the Angry Birds Asian Challenge and Will Fly the Longest and Highest Angry Birds Flight to Singapore
New York, NY, August 31, 2011 ‚Äď Today, Finnair begins a world-wide online search for the eight biggest Angry Birds fans to fly on the longest and highest Angry Birds flight ever from Helsinki to Singapore on September 20, 2011. Onboard this one-of-a-kind theme flight, the fans of the world-famous mobile gaming device, developed by [...]
PASO ROBLES, CA (August 31, 2011) ‚Äď The fall season is an idyllic time to visit Paso Robles. Warm, sunny days unfold into crisp, clear nights, long windy roads are lined with brilliantly colored trees and the fresh air smells of earth and wine during the thriving harvest season.The area is alive with a multitude [...]
Brades, Montserrat ‚Äď August 31, 2011 ‚Äď The countdown begins now for Montserrat‚Äôs 3rd annual Volcano Half Marathon. With less than 100 days remaining before the event, runners still have time to prepare for the race that is designed to test strength, stamina and will-power in and around rugged Montserrat‚Äôs most scenic sights. To be [...]