Great Vacation in New Zealand

It is my 15th wedding anniversary, well not yet, but it is going to be in the near future. Anyway, I am going to try to do something special with my wife, and I want to take her to an exotic foreign country. I have been thinking about it a lot, and the more I think about it, the more I realize that I want to go New Zealand. I am looking at http://greenstonelodge.com which is a website that i had the good fortune to come across in my search for travel information about New Zealand. It looks very quaint and it appears to be just the sort of accommodation that I want to rent when we go to celebrate our wedding anniversary on this trip.

I know that going to New Zealand will be something that my wife will really enjoy and that is one of the main reasons that I am planning this trip. (more…)

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Have You Ever Been to Majorca?

I am just curious as to whether or not it is the sort of place where you need to rent a car. My girl and I were looking at planning a short trip down there, say around four or five days. We would skip out of work on Wednesday and miss work Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and the next Monday. We could get down there from the UK rather quickly. However we were looking at this site http://www.carhiremajorcaairport.co and wondering how necessary a car rental would be in this sort of place. Obviously we are pretty much thinking about this as a chance to party for a few days. This would involve a lot of laying in the sun, a lot of dancing to loud music and quite a little bit of alcohol. Obviously the last thing does not mix all that well with motor vehicles. At any rate the place is a pretty small island and there is not so much to see that you could not see with some other person driving.

In fact I suspect it might be better to rent the little motor scooter things. You could get one or two of them and get around just as well, at least so long as it does not rain. Rain seems to be a rather unlikely thing as well. From all that we have read it seems as though you are very likely to get a nearly perfect sunny day if you go to this island. That seems to be one of the main attractions in fact. I guess there are a few archaeological sites and cultural stuff. I am trying to figure out what we shall have time to see and whether or not we shall want to see it. I like to have plans for just in case.

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I Just Started My New Job

BWI Limo Service: Suspect In Howard County Police Officer Shooting In ...It took me quite some time to catch on, but at long last I have gotten a job as a chauffeur. I have had my license for about three months already and I have just now cashed my first paycheck, at least the first one for driving actually. I got a job driving a nice Lincoln Town car for an employee owned car service at bwi. At first I had to do all the crap jobs. I was going into work in the middle of the morning, after all of the drivers got done for the night. Actually you are usually out driving until rather late at night or even early in the morning it seems. I would clean out the cars, vacuum them out and wash them.

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Misty Waters Holiday Park is a Great Family Place

I like it quiet and peaceful on holiday. I like a nice chalet or caravan to have as a home base for our holiday adventures rather than a hotel room. You could offer me the finest hotel room in the world, and I would prefer a caravan or chalet to stay in on our family holiday. Our last holiday was spent at misty waters. This is a beautiful holiday park.

I have a close relative who lives in the United States. He goes on holiday, or vacation as he calls it, to woodland or countryside settings each year. Over there they call chalets cabins. He and his family like to go stay at their favorite cabin. I really never knew what that meant until we visited one year and stayed for a time in a cabin in the mountains. It was beautiful.

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Enjoy the Peaceful Beauty of the Finger Lakes at Seneca

Marks The Spot « I Love Upstate New YorkTo some, thinking of New York mostly conjures up images of our nation’s biggest city, but that’s just a drop in the bucket when it comes to what you can see in the state of New York. Outside of the hustle and bustle of the city, there are lots of small towns that are so charmingly rural they can relax even the most stressed-out busy-bodies for a little while. One of upstate New York’s most idyllic regions is the area known as the Finger Lakes. Whether you’re escaping the noise of the city or just trying to explore a new part of the country, you can’t go wrong with a visit to the Finger Lakes.

You might be thinking that the tiny populations of the rural towns around the Lakes mean that there’s nothing to do there. In fact, there is lots of interesting stuff to see and do around the area. If you don’t mind riding around to nearby towns, you can check out some of the local attractions. There is great deal of history to be explored around Lake Seneca. (more…)

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Seneca, the Small Town with Rich Culture

Seneca, New York is a small town with population of less, than 3,000 but rich in historical significance. The ideas below will hopefully convince you to visit this unique settlement.

Seneca is located in Ontario County, South of Lake Ontario. The town was named after the Seneca people living in the area. Their name means “People of the Great Hill”. There are lots of important sites around the city having significant artifacts related to the Seneca tribe.

The area was part of the purchase of Oliver Phelps and Nathaniel Gorham in 1788 in which they purchased the land between Lake Ontario and the Pennsylvania border from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The town was finally organized in 1793.

Seneca Park can provide recreation and a meeting facility for small family or company meetings. (more…)

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