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Private Vacation Home Rentals for Business Travelers

Private vacation home rentals for business travelers is an alternatives for Business Travelers

"I'm coming home. I've been away too long. Been away so long. I'm coming home" – Ian Thomas, in Coming Home

I still recall my road warrior days. It seemed like every other week, I was hopping on a plane for Orlando or Vancouver or Palm Springs or Washington or Chicago or Toronto.

It might not be Rome, Paris, and Monte Carlo, but Washington, Toronto, and Orlando are pretty classy places. I went to crucial meetings. I was an important person. I was a frequent flyer.

However, after a while, all the towns begin to look the same. One airport hotel looks amazingly like another. Surely the taxi driver in Washington and the taxi in Orlando were twins separated at birth. I was yearning to just stay put. I had had enough of hotels and restaurants

Traveling sounds glamorous until you have to do it over and over and over. Especially when you have a family, you want to spend some ti…

San Antonio Sunset Spots and Times Tips and Tricks

San Antonio Sunset Spots and Times Tips and Tricks There are many who will argue that sunset is the most beautiful time of day on holiday to San Antonio. This lively resort even has its own, aptly named, sunset strip where you can see the beautiful sunset from almost any location on the strip-and the sunsets are nothing short of glorious. But, where most resorts are just getting going as the sun comes up, the sunset is the signal for the beginning of the holiday day in San Antonio, which is one of the loveliest examples of the legendary Ibiza nightlife.

Best Time to Go To San Antonio This is why San Antonio is so popular for 18 – 30′s holidays. Package holiday deals to San Antonio make it possible to seriously budget your meals and daytime activities so that you can save enough money to fully enjoy the nightlife at this resort. There are bars to meet all manner of tastes in music, dance, DJ, and patron. There is a little something for everyone in the lively nightlife found in San Ant…

Murcia Airport San Javier Spain Information

Murcia is a much-beloved region of Spain which offers an agricultural history and a wine country. All it took on your part, was knowing where to look. Internet sites are terrific for this. These travel websites, as they are generally called, also allow you to reserve your passage and accommodation in confidence securely online. And just think, you’ve managed to save a lot of money on your airfare.
Murcia Airport San Javier Spain Information Now all you have to do is get packed and start appreciating the holiday you’re about to experience. Having obtained deals on flights, you’ve just landed at Murcia airport. Murcia Spain holds centuries of Spanish history, character, and Spanish culture. The holidaymaker gets a bonus when they take on these memories. The city of Murcia is only five kilometers away from the Murcia Airport. Beautiful and charming, this city of Murcia can easily be reached.

If you have thought about an economical rental car before you left home, you will have saved your…

Benidorm Spain Points Of Interest And Benidorm Holiday Spain Benidorm Travel Guide

Benidorm Spain Points Of Interest And Benidorm Holiday Spain Benidorm Travel Guide Having amazing seashores and hotels, not to mention plenty of sunshine, it provides a little something for everyone. However Benidorm isn’t only about the high-temperature ranges along with lying down by the swimming pool area, you can find numerous other things travelers will be able to do. In fact, you will discover there will always be something to help keep most people amused, whatever it may be that these people would like from their particular family vacation. Benidorm sightseeing will be a wonderful option intended for people who may wish for some a rest from the seaside, or simply laying by the swimming pool.

Acquiring ways to get to this lovely destination is most often relatively effortless, thanks to many airline carriers going to one of the most popular parts of the coast of Spain. Spain’s Alicante on its own is actually a really preferred location for a lot of travelers, as it is relativel…

Tips for Traveling To Cebu

Tips for Traveling To Cebu If you want to go to a city that never runs out of places to go and activities, that’s Cebu. In spite of its being a modern business city, its origin and history are still there. Cebu City is well known as a tourist destination that is why it ranks better than any city in the south. Its income gets more from being a tourist destination. In Cebu, you can see beach resorts and business wonderfully blending with each other.

Cebu is the perfect place to be when you are into sightseeing. You will find jaw-dropping landscapes that provide tourists an experience they’d never forget. Seeing the historical monuments and the stunning scenic views of its bodies of land and water, makes you follow Cebu’s steps. The Philippines is one of the best places to visit especially when you love diving and snorkeling. Its coral life is also worth seeing.

Shoppers should also consider Cebu especially if they are into collecting of unique souvenirs. Cebu caters visitors who love n…

Safety Tips For Travel With Pets For Long Distance

Safety tips for travel with pets for long distance are listed here. Planning a road trip? Traveling with a pet involves more than just loading the animal in the back seat and motoring off-especially if you will be driving long distances or plan to be away for a long time. If you're planning to take your dog or cat with you on your road trips this summer, there are some important safety tips you need to consider before you hit the road.

Traveling with Your Pet: A Quick Checklist for Pet Owners In the rush and excitement before leaving for a trip, it's so easy to forget something. And when you're a pet owner, it's even more of a challenge -- not only are you packing for yourself, but you're packing for your pet, too!

[It doesn't help when Fido runs around wildly with excitement, poking his nose into piles of clothing... while Fluffy daintily picks her way through each and every suitcase!]

Here's a quick list of things to prepare for your pet before you leave:

Best Travel Tips on How to Travel Around the World Safely

Best travel tips how to travel around the world safely are explained well here.
ARE YOU PLANNING A VACATION? IF SO, STOP AND READ OUR TIPS TO MAKE YOUR TRAVEL EXPERIENCE A GREAT ONE! Don’t be a victim of Lost Luggage A heads up to all travelers out there that have had the unfortunate luck of having their luggage misplaced.: I have found the cure for you. It is a relatively new service called EZFind, which issues permanent labels and tags that you can stick to your gear. In the event that you lose an item of yours that has been tagged, whoever finds the item can call their toll-free number, and your missing luggage will be returned to you at no additional cost. This new system also provides protection against identity theft, as there is no personal identifying information on the tag.

Airports are joining the cause finally by tagging your luggage with RFID chips, which can help route luggage to its proper destination and track the ones that become lost. However, few airports currently …

Discovery - Sailing Story by Dave Chamberlain

Discovery by Dave Chamberlain
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Every time I push off from the dock I enter the magical world of discovery.  I learn something new of the weather, nature, my boat, the sea, and myself.  Discovery is the reason I sail.  There is always something new that causes me to wonder or smile.

Recently I prepared for a quick sail and overnighter to “Dave’s Harbor”.  Is it legal to discover and name your own anchorage?    Twin-keel sailors find new anchorages that only we use because other “normal draft”’ boats can’t  get into them.  I glided into “Dave’s Harbor” at high tide.  The anchorage is hidden deep in south San Diego Bay, behind a bird estuary. It is close to a power plant that causes the water temperature to rise a few degrees in the area.  Finally anchored behind the dike which protected me from the northwest breeze,  I settled in my easy chair while watching and listening to the nesting tern protect its eggs from the aggressive seagulls.  After a filling dinner, I g…

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Cruiser Passage Preparations for the Vivacity 20 Part 3

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Cruiser Passage Preparations for the Vivacity 20 Part lll The Standing Rigging by Dave Chamberlain
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Back in 1986 on a crisp spring Saturday afternoon on San Diego Bay,  I was racing my quarter ton racer (a completely reworked and raced-out Venture 21.  “Havilah” had just rounded the downwind mark and was clawing toward the weather mark with a single reef in the mainsail and a 120 genoa.  She balanced perfectly in the fresh breeze and she was leading the race.  I was on starboard tack concentrating on the genny’s  tell-tales trying to keep her in the groove when abruptly...Bang!  Slam! 

There was a horrific onboard explosion. My mind raced.   Could I smell black powder from a cannon fired nearby?  Was San Diego under siege?   No, the lower shroud turnbuckle had violently and suddenly given way.  The mast groaned and bent over 50 degrees and was barely held by the starboard upper shroud.  The mast step was badly bent and the mast its…

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Twin-Keel Cruiser Passage Preparations for the Vivacity 20 - Part 2

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Twin-Keel Cruiser Passage Preparations for the Vivacity 20 The Hull: Part 2 by Dave Chamberlain In sunny Southern California, we have an invention called the "earthquake-proof building." It's true. We have buildings that have been proclaimed "earthquake-proof." Whenever I hear of another one of our newly designed and built structures so dedicated, I laugh out loud at the arrogance. We all know that if the earth started rocking and rolling at an exponentially increasing rate, eventually every building would come down... "earthquake-proof" or not.

Even though I've seen the movie "The Perfect Storm" several times, I still believe any owner of a small twin-keeler can modify her into a solid and safe blue-water vessel. Seaworthy enough to take on the ultimate wind and waves depicted in the movie? No, but stout enough to make seasonal, prudent ocean passages, while taking on the chin the occasional gale that i…

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Cruiser - Passage preparations for the Vivacity 20

Blue Water Essentials in a Small Cruiser - Passage preparations for the Vivacity 20 The Hull:  Part 1by Dave Chamberlain 

Some would contend, and maybe rightly, that preparing a twenty-foot coastal cruiser for an ocean passage is ludicrous.  My wonderful wife, Eva, might have, at one time, shared that opinion.  I believe, however, any owner of a small twin-keeler can modify her into a solid and safe blue-water vessel.  The most vulnerable feature of trailerable cruisers is the swing keel or fin keel. These flimsy appendages were not designed to withstand the rigors of a full gale for days on end.  A twin-keeler is different.  It is built to completely support the hull's weight, not only in the water but out of the water as well.  How many trailerables could bounce up the highway at 55 MPH with the entire weight of the dry hull falling only on the keel for support?   Most twin-keelers (especially those made for trailering) are more than strong enough for passage-making.