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    May, 2008

  • Nevada Travel - May 20, 2008 10:41 AM
    Nevada travel is far from typical. Imagine hitting the Vegas casinos one day and quietly taking in stunning desert scenery the next, and you’ll start to understand the Silver State’s appeal. This guide shows you Nevada’s unique attractions and activities, explains how to get around the state, and helps you find Nevada travel deals on hotels and flights. You’ll also get feature articles on Nevada travel in newspapers and magazines, and advice from other travelers.
  • Florida Travel - May 15, 2008 10:49 AM
    Considering Florida’s unique blend of outdoor recreation, family fun, scenic beaches, cities both sleek and laid back, and the always sought-after Disney World, it’s easy to see why so many vacationers flock to this southern U.S. destination. In this Florida Travel Web Guide, you’ll get in on the Florida action with essentials like flights and hotels, and tips for where to go and what to do, whether you want to lounge in the Keys or join the Miami revelry. Also check out a Spanish-language version of the Guide.
  • April, 2008

  • Wine Travel - April 08, 2008 03:35 PM
    What better way to bond with your fellow travelers than over a glass of wine? Whether you want to sip your way across France’s Burgundy region, or settle in for a weekend in Napa Valley, the Web sites in this guide can help you plan your trip. Learn about wine travel in Europe and the United States, link to vineyard search tools and wine travel tour providers, and find out how to plan a wine trip on a budget.
  • Learning Spanish - April 08, 2008 12:23 PM
    Learning Spanish as a second language could well be the wave of the future in America. After all, Spanish is one of the most commonly spoken languages on the planet. Find the best online Spanish language resources available for those starting out, those in search of the next educational step and those who want a refresher before a jaunt to Buenos Aires or Sevilla. Spanish language teachers can find valuable tools for the classroom, too.

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  • Adventure Travel - April 03, 2008 01:56 PM

    It doesn’t matter if you’ve mountain-biked in Kyrgyzstan, conquered Patagonia in a pair of hiking boots or scaled the sleek rock arches of the Colorado Plateau—even the most experienced travelers can still find new adventures. In this Adventure Travel Web Guide you will find vacation ideas and trends, travel agencies, information about gear and safety, flight search tools and training tips to help you get physically fit before your trip. You’ll gain inspiration for a high-energy getaway with help from our Adventure Travel Web Guide.

  • March, 2008

  • Tampa Travel - March 31, 2008 04:09 PM
    Tampa doesn’t draw the throngs of tourists that Orlando and Miami do, but this quiet city halfway down Florida’s west coast is a traveler’s delight. Absorb Cuban culture, relax on gorgeous beaches or enjoy the vibrant nightlife. Use this Tampa Travel Web Guide to discover Tampa Bay’s attractions and activities, find a hotel and a flight via the Web’s best search engines, and learn how to get around when you arrive.
  • Slovenia Travel - March 31, 2008 01:55 PM
    Slovenia clings to quiet anonymity, sitting on the sunny side of the Alps with a Mediterranean coastline and an Italian border. With fewer crowds than many other European locales, thrilling adventure sports, a countryside dotted with vineyards and a capital city brimming with Prague-like cobblestones, Slovenia won’t be under the radar for long. On the Web, you’ll find sites that capture Slovenia’s charm in words and photos, as well as sites to help you book flights and accommodations.
  • New York for Students and Interns - March 31, 2008 10:55 AM
    Securing your internship or getting into your summer program required a ton effort. Now comes the fun part: planning your move to New York. Even if it’s just a few months, moving to New York is equal parts challenging and thrilling. Make the hard parts easier and the fun parts more fabulous with the New York for Students and Interns Web Guide.
  • Israel Travel - March 25, 2008 04:10 PM
    Despite Israel’s complex foreign relations, the nation remains an intriguing and well-trodden tourist destination. Travel to Israel can take on whichever personality you wish, whether you plan to visit religious sites in Jerusalem or sip wine in Golan. This guide helps you plan a trip to Israel, introduces the country’s varied cities and attractions, presents transportation and accommodation options, and connects you with travelers who’ve been there before.
  • San Antonio Travel - March 24, 2008 12:49 PM
    No matter where you are in San Antonio—an exhibit at the Witte, a Spurs game at the AT&T Center or a café on the River Walk—you'll feel the city brimming with liveliness and energy. This guide presents an Antonio’s best activities and attractions, transportation and places to stay.
  • Apartment Hunting in New York - March 21, 2008 12:24 PM
    In New York, finding an apartment is certainly more difficult than slaking your craving for fabulous pizza, but the following sites will get your move started on the right foot, whether it’s permanent or just for a semester. Get a full profile of New York neighborhoods, find the best methods and Web sites for apartment hunting and learn how to get your utilities set up once you find a place.
  • Thailand Travel - March 14, 2008 02:49 PM
    Travel to Thailand should bring you close to the country’s rich traditions, renowned natural features and gracious people. Whether you’re interested in Buddhism or Muay Thai (Thai boxing), are longing to see Thailand’s awe-inspiring mountains and beaches, or want to explore colorful cities like Bangkok, the resources in this guide will help. Find cheap flights to Thailand, learn how to get around the country, find a place to stay and gain a better understanding of Thailand’s attractions and culture.
  • Boston Travel - March 12, 2008 10:10 AM
    You won’t need luck to have a good time in Boston this spring. Two of the city’s biggest events, St. Patrick’s Day and the Boston Marathon, happen in March and April. If you’re lacking Irish ancestry or can’t run a lick, don’t worry. Beantown’s historic tourist attractions, green parks, unique neighborhoods and nonstop parties are enough to entice any traveler. Find information on Boston activities, transportation and hotels using this guide.
  • Religious Travel - March 11, 2008 09:55 AM
    The meaning of religious travel varies from pilgrim to pilgrim. The Web provides resources on each of the many ways that people undertake religious trips, including volunteer trips with religious organizations, religious spas and baths, pilgrimages such as the Muslim Hajj, and journeys to religious cities and sites around the world. This guide explores the various forms of religious travel and provides essential online tools to aid your travel planning.
  • Canada Travel - March 05, 2008 05:02 PM
    Canada is the second-largest country in the world, behind Russia. Its natural beauty stretches from Toronto in the south to the Nunavut province in the north, and from Newfoundland in the east to Vancouver in the west. You can hear people speaking French in Quebec, English in Ontario and Inuktitut in Nunavut. Canada is a huge, diverse place with breathtaking beauty, and this guide can help you navigate it.
  • Scandinavia Travel - March 05, 2008 03:26 PM

    Scandinavia's attractions include midnight kayak expeditions in Iceland and stylish city breaks in Copenhagen or Stockholm. Use the Scandinavia Travel Web Guide to find advice on flights and hotels, safety and passports, and insider travel tips. Whatever your interests, this Web Guide can ferry you directly to your Scandinavian vacation with ease.

  • Honeymoons - March 05, 2008 09:45 AM

    For the engaged couple, the honeymoon trip is as important as the wedding itself. The Honeymoons Web Guide offers resources to help you plan your honeymoon vacation, including destination ideas, travel tips and more. Learn how to keep costs down and read success (and disaster) stories from honeymooners with sage advice to share.

  • Cruise Ship Travel - March 03, 2008 02:04 PM
    Cruise vacations provide something for travelers of all backgrounds and interests. Whether you're cruising for the onboard experience, the exotic food, the exciting day trips and shore excursions, or simply to experience the grandeur of life on the open ocean, the Web has all the resources you'll need to make researching, planning and booking your next cruise a cinch.
  • Indonesia Travel - March 03, 2008 11:11 AM
    Though the devastation of the 2004 tsunami and recent threats of terrorism have deterred some visitors, Indonesia remains a bastion of beauty: the wildlife of Australia and Asia come together on these island chains, making for some of the world’s most distinctive species. Indonesian culture combines aspects of Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and animism to form a people steeped in unique traditions. Learn about this country of volcanoes, tropical rainforests, Komodo dragons and spices, and plan a trip using the Web.
  • February, 2008

  • Road Trips - February 28, 2008 02:34 PM
    Route 66 may no longer appear on most maps, but road tripping is as popular as ever. In this guide you’ll find all the resources you need to plan a trip that’s as smooth as a freshly paved highway. Get ideas, maps and even a list of the 50 greatest driving songs of all time.
  • Beach Vacations - February 25, 2008 11:54 AM

    Sand and surf never go out of style, but certain beach vacations are better suited to specific occasions, times of year and personalities. Our Beach Vacations Web Guide offers insight into many versions of paradise, including the best beach trips to remote islands and adventure beaches, as well as beach suggestions for different budgets. Look for links to tools for planning the perfect beach vacation, booking flights and hotels, and advice for managing pre-trip necessities, such as passports and vaccines.

  • New Zealand Travel: Explore the Long White Cloud - February 22, 2008 03:35 PM
    New Zealand’s landscape is characterized by a broad diversity of features and intense natural beauty. Alpine mountains, fjords, sandy beaches, coastal plains, hot springs, rain forests, volcanoes and crystal clear waters, all packed into a country with a total land area comparable to that of Colorado, make New Zealand a unique and popular destination. But this ultimate wilderness playground also hosts cosmopolitan cities and a delightful population. Capitalize on New Zealand’s diversity by using this guide as your planning aid.
  • Las Vegas Travel - February 19, 2008 11:07 AM

    There’s more to a Las Vegas vacation than the glitz and glimmer of the famous Las Vegas Strip. There are family-friendly activities, shows, restaurants and a variety of things to do for every age. This Las Vegas Travel Web Guide helps you find everything you need to plan the perfect trip. Relax in the lavish spas around town, spend your time in a casino, enjoy the fine cuisine or bring the kids along for an unforgettable family vacation. No matter what you're looking for in a Las Vegas vacation, this Web Guide can point you to it.

  • Las Vegas Weddings - February 15, 2008 10:19 AM
    Vegas has long been a hot spot for getting hitched. In this Las Vegas Weddings Web Guide, you’ll find out why weddings are such a popular Vegas pastime and how you can arrange a wedding of your own in Vegas.
  • Arizona Travel - February 13, 2008 04:47 PM
    Whether you’re a baseball fan or just a sun-worshipping traveler, you’ll find everything you need to plan a trip to the Arizona desert in this guide. Use the sites below to plan your Arizona travel, including transportation around the state, flights and hotels, and learn where the locals go to play, eat and party.
  • Asia Travel - February 11, 2008 04:45 PM

    Despite its size, the expanse of Asia can be tamed by adventurous travelers, especially by those who use this Web Guide. Embark on Asian travel and you'll discover the world’s largest continent hosts stunning beaches in Malaysia and Thailand, the impressive Angkor Wat ruins in Cambodia and vibrant cities throughout--but that’s only the beginning. With so many possibilities, Asian travel can seem overwhelming but this Web Guide makes it easy to blaze your own trail.

  • Cactus League Travel - February 08, 2008 03:20 PM
    Each spring, Arizona transforms into a baseball haven. Plan a Cactus League travel getaway with the sites in this guide, which offer reviews of Arizona ballparks and attractions, and information on accommodations, transportation, where to watch games and how to find tickets.
  • Grapefruit League Travel - February 08, 2008 03:20 PM
    Major League Baseball spring training doesn't begin until late March, but for the sport's biggest fans, it's never too early to start planning a Grapefruit League travel getaway. This guide presents insider tips, resources for accommodations and transportation, and information on tickets and stadiums.
  • January, 2008

  • Phoenix Super Bowl Travel Guide - January 18, 2008 11:00 AM
    Phoenix is the place to be for the weekend of February 1-4, even if you don't have tickets to the Super Bowl. It's not too late to find a good price on a hotel room and a flight to Phoenix. Between the big game, the FBR Open PGA golf tournament, and the countless parties in Tempe and Scottsdale, expect a Mardi Gras-type atmosphere.

    Although officially being hosted by Phoenix, Super Bowl XLII will rely heavily upon the towns and cities that comprise the greater Phoenix area. The game itself will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, about ten miles West of Phoenix. ESPN, DirecTV, and others will be holding their official parties in downtown Scottsdale, while the masses flood the town's nightclubs. And nearby Tempe and Mesa will provide lodging and entertainment for droves of out-of-towners. So visitors have plenty of options for where to stay, party, and enjoy the game.

    Though just a few weeks away, there's still time to plan an unforgettable trip. Whether you have tickets to the big game, or are planning to take in the energy of the town, this guide will be an indispensable companion on your trip. Need a sports bar for pre-game revelry, or a map to help you navigate the downtown? From the logistics of trip planning, like finding accommodations and transportation, to advice on how to spend your pre and post game days, it's all here. Make your Phoenix Super Bowl XLII experience an unforgettable one.

    If you want to learn about the action on the field, be sure to check out our Super Bowl XLII: Patriots vs. Giants Guide for news, stats, and analysis of the teams.
  • New York City Guide - January 17, 2008 06:31 PM
    You don't have to be a native New Yorker to act like one—not if you use our New York City Guide. Want to seamlessly travel between neighborhoods, find the city's best pizza or learn insider tips on hotels or permanent housing? Our New York City Web Guide points you to the Big Apple’s vast array of fun activities: Visit New York’s most famous attractions, see a show, catch the big game, attend a gallery opening, spot a celebrity and much more. We also offer a Spanish-language version of the Guide.
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