If you are going on a business trip or romantic vacation, where you will stay for at least 3 days, it is quite important to choose a hotel where you will feel comfortable. Trust me, I had my share of failures, and there is nothing more unpleasant than ending up in a smoking room or sharing the bathroom, if you are not prepared for that kind of adventures. Being a “booking genius” takes a lot of experience and if you read this chapter carefully, you will see that choosing the right hotel can be quite a challenge.
My moto is: “You only have one life. Don’t waste it by doing things you don’t like.”
Actually this is just one of my mottos, but for my “upside down” chapter it will do just fine. Now let me tell you what I am trying to show with my handstands every place I go.
It is very simple. I love dogs and I like people who love dogs. So I have dedicated a part of my blog to our furry friends who bring love and joy into our lives. And since I own a Chihuahua, I will try to break some stereotypes about this world’s smallest dog breed. If you love to travel and love dogs, then you are definitely in the right place.
In this post I will share some information about my travel habits so that you know what to expect from my travel blog.
Eye catching towers in lively blue and red colors drove my attention to this charming castle during my first visit to Vegas so I thought it would be romantic to book my own private chamber at Excalibur Hotel Casino this time. Plus, to be completely honest, I wanted to stay as close to Mandalay Bay convention center as possible, since I was attending the Supply Side West trade show there. How was my stay at Excalibur? Read on and see for yourself.
If Paris is the city of lights, New York the Big Apple and Dubai the city of gold, Las Vegas is all in one. From Ancient Rome and Egypt Pyramids, through the magic of fairytales and science fiction, all the way to Eiffel tower, Brooklyn Bridge and London Eye: Vegas has it all. And honestly, they are doing a pretty good job out there in the middle of the desert. I have visited Las Vegas 5 times, mostly for work, and each time I try to experience something new – different hotels and restaurants, things to do in the Strip and around the town. In this post you will find about where to stay in Las Vegas, how to get in and around the city, a few casino tricks, and things to do in the Strip in general.
After we chose Maldives for our short winter escape, I searched for the options which promissed the best combination of stunning beaches, all-inclusive options and short hydroplane transport to one of the Maldives islands. For a reasonable price of course, if that word is even allowed when travelling to Maldives. I hesitated between the Sun Island resort, Barefoot Eco Hotel and Adaaran Select Meedhupparu. With no doubt in my mind I can say that I made the best possible choice. If you are visiting Maldives for the first time I suggest you read some basic information in this post.