Cruise parking Port Canaveral tips

Posted On Mar 17 2019 by

The rate for onsite Port Canaveral Cruise parking at the port is $17 per vehicle or RV, per day or part day. You will also be charged for your day of arrival and day of departure. By staying further from the port and using a shuttle, you can save up to $96 on cruise parking for a 7-day cruise! Off-port cruise parking prices range from $5.95 to $10.95 per day. Lots of Honor offers additional discounts to veterans, first responders and their accompanying families. For cruises in excess of 4 days, the cheapest option is Go Port Canaveral. They offer …


Alaknanda cruise online booking

Posted On Mar 16 2019 by

Alamgir mosque is famed for its exquisite architecture and enviable location. The mosque is situated on the edge of River Ganga and enjoys a picturesque scene. Said to be built by Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb who is believed to have demolished the old Kashivishwanath Temple and constructed this mosque in its place; Alamgir mosque is a fine piece of architecture. The mosque is also known as Gyanvapi mosque due to the well of the same name situated close to it. One can notice the influence of North Indian or Hindu architecture in this mosque; however most of the mosque is done …


The Marlon Brando island with Paltino luxury travel

Posted On Mar 14 2019 by

Several luxury tours for your pleasure : Owned by the Hilton Hotels group, the Conrad Maldives in Rangali Island is one of the best places to stay when on a vacation with family. In Rangali Island, you can joult in various family oriented activities like snorkeling and diving as well as island hopping, fishing, dolphin sighting and more (it depends on the weather). The resort in the island also has a Kids’ Club, where infinity swimming pool, spa and indoor sports are provided. The Soneva Jani is a high end luxury resort located in the lagoon of the Maldives. Your …


Travel fashion small guide

Posted On Feb 27 2019 by

Unless you’re trekking in Nepal or Patagonia or traversing glaciers in Antarctica, wearing “adventure clothing” is mostly unnecessary. Sure, limited suitcase or backpack space may be prohibitive and multipurpose items like the aforementioned zip-off cargo pants may seem very practical. But if you were wandering the streets of your own city for the day, would you whip out the cargos and hiking boots? Think about that. If you’re in a city, dress for the city. If you’re at the beach, dress for the beach. Polar fleece isn’t an all occasion fabric. Nor are board shorts an all-occasion pant. You want …


Top destinations in Mexico

Posted On Feb 26 2019 by

Mexico is a fascinating destination if you are searching for ancient history mixed with modern attractions exploration. Palenque is an archaeological site that was located on the western edge of the Maya empire in the present-day state of Chiapas, Mexico. Palenque is much smaller than some of its Mayan neighbor cities, but it contains some of the finest architecture and sculptures the Maya ever produced. Most structures in Palenque date from about 600 AD to 800 AD including the Temple of Inscriptions, the only Mesoamerican pyramid built as a funerary monument.


You must see Cambodia at least once

Posted On Feb 22 2019 by

Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia and is of major importance to Cambodia. The lake expands and shrinks dramatically with the seasons. From November to May, Cambodia’s dry season, the Tonl? Sap drains into the Mekong River at Phnom Penh. However, when the year’s heavy rains begin in June, the flow of the Tonl? Sap changes directions and an enormous lake forms. Tonl? Sap is home to many ethnic Vietnamese and numerous Cham communities, living in floating villages around the lake.