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Travel accessories and unisex sun sleeves for vacations

Travel fashion and sun sleeves for vacations? Follow These Simple Backpacking Tips for the Best Results: Carry your heaviest backpacking equipment near the center of your back. This will keep the center of gravity near your back and provide better dynamic balance, stability and lifting power while moving.Carry camera equipment… Read more »

A few tips for full time RV living by RV repair service Sebastian Florida

Several guides for your RV lifestyle? RV parking advices : Determining what constitutes “level” inside an imperfectly constructed RV is an interesting trick. We used a carpenter’s level on our kitchen floor, in several directions, and on our table, and on the bedroom floor. Of course, none agreed! But we… Read more »

5 top attractions in Paris

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Paris travel attractions: After much building work and restoration, the Musee Picasso finally reopened in October 2014, so once again Parisians could enjoy some of the Spanish maestro’s finest artworks including ‘La Celestina’, ‘The Supplicant’ and ‘Portrait of Marie-Therese Walter’. Set in 17-century mansion the Hotel Sale in the heart… Read more »

Hong Kong travel attractions and methods to fly in

Hong Kong attractions and top destinations selection? Hong Kong is an amazing travel destination. Man Mo Temple is a mid-nineteenth-century, Grade I-listed historical building and declared national monument on Hollywood Road. It’s surrounded by antique stores that are common in the area. The temple is mostly dedicated to Man Cheong,… Read more »

Roundtrips and travel packages : how & what to pick

The definition of a roundtrip is “A trip from one place to another and back, usually over the same route.“, but usually travellers would want to see other places on the way back. If a roundtrip duration is longer than 1 day that we can safely assume a travel package… Read more »

Casa Cody Inn

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A romantic, historic hideaway nestled against the spectacular San Jacinto mountains in the heart of Palm Springs Village. Adobe hacienda architecture. Decor inspired by Santa Fe and other desert cultures. Twenty-three ground level units – many with private patios and fireplaces. Kitchens, cable television and private phones; two pools and… Read more »

Perfect Little Hideaway

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We make finding that Perfect Little Hideaway a Virtual Snap! Because Palm Springs smaller boutique resorts and hotels and intimate little inns are typically hidden away within the city’s many distinctive historic neighborhoods, most visitors are not aware that so many of these great little gems even exist. All “SHoPS”… Read more »