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How To Find The Best Caribbean Travel Package

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It's not everyday when everything - from a good Caribbean travel package to the weather and your budget - just magically convenes into one single, perfect and fun Caribbean vacation. That stuff is for fairytale vacations, certainly not for simple, ordinary folks like you.

At the very best, you probably find a "so-so" Caribbean travel package that is slightly cheaper than the last one you checked out but has better options than that other cheap one you were considering. So you come home, work out a Caribbean travel plan and budget, and then log on to the site to book the package...only to find that the deal is already fully-booked. Just your luck.

One thing you should remember about Caribbean travel packages is that they are often offered only for very a limited period. So why wait? If you want to get that Caribbean travel package you want and get an edge over the competition, then do all that planning and budget analyzing BEFORE you search for deals.

And once you're done with that, check out the list of Caribbean travel package resources we have compiled for you below:

TripAdvisor is a travel site that offers reviews of hotels and accommodations, food, activities, airfare, transportation, cruises, resorts, and many more from destinations worldwide. For the best deals, you can visit TripAdvisor's SmartDeals page where you can find great Caribbean travel packages on the best hotels in the Caribbean.

For some people, last-minute bargains can be a great source of excellent travel deals. If you're a haggler by nature, one who wants to haggle even when pressed for time, then American Express' Last Minute Caribbean travel packages might just be what you're looking for. The site offers current listings of their bargains and specials so check back often. If you don't find what you're looking for on the first page, there is also a search tool where you can search for bargains by destination, travel option or activity.

If cruises give you a different sort of high, then Travelocity may have the right Caribbean travel package cruise. Just check out their list of Cruise Deals, including their Biggest Sale of the Year cruises where you can book a qualified cruise and get up to $500 cash back.

Or maybe you'd like to receive a free digital camera, then go on and book one of Travelocity's Caribbean travel packages on board any of the Celebrity or Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Other deals include:

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Commit A Crime In Thailand Don T Even Think About It

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While in a foreign country, a U.S. citizen is subject to that country's laws and regulations, which sometimes differ significantly from those in the United States and may not afford the protections available to the individual under U.S. law. Penalties for breaking the law can be more severe than in the United States for similar offenses. Persons violating Thai laws, even unknowingly, may be expelled, arrested or imprisoned.

In this connection, it is a criminal offense to make negative comments about the King or other members of the royal family. Thais hold the King in the highest regard, and it is a serious crime to make critical or defamatory comments about him. This particular crime, called "lese majeste," is punishable by a prison sentence of three to fifteen years. Purposely tearing or destroying Thai bank notes, which carry an image of the King, may be considered such an offense, as can spitting on or otherwise defiling an official uniform bearing royal insignia.

The Thai Government has publicly stated that it will not tolerate the use of Thai territory as a base by groups trying to overthrow or destabilize the governments of nearby countries. Numerous American citizens have been arrested or detained under suspicion of carrying out such activities; sometimes these detentions are carried out by military authorities, and the Embassy does not learn of them until many days after the fact. Many other Americans suspected of advocating the armed overthrow of other governments have been "blacklisted" from entering the country. Americans should be aware that attempts to overthrow foreign governments by force may violate U.S. law as well as Thai law.

Penalties for the possession of, use of, or trafficking in illegal drugs in Thailand are severe. Convicted offenders can expect long prison sentences under harsh conditions, and often heavy fines as well. Thailand also has a death penalty for serious drug offenses, and has executed convicted traffickers. The U.S. Embassy frequently does not learn of the arrest of U.S. citizens for minor drug offenses, particularly in southern Thailand, until several days after the incident.

Engaging in illicit sexual conduct with children or using or disseminating child pornography in a foreign country is a crime, prosecutable in the United States.

Thai police occasionally raid discos, bars, or nightclubs looking for underage patrons and drug users. During the raids, they typically check the IDs of all customers in the establishment, and then make each person provide a urine sample to be checked for narcotics. Foreigners are not excused from these checks, and anyone whose urine tests positive for drugs is arrested and charged. Although some Thai civil libertarians have questioned the constitutionality of these forced urine tests, the Embassy is unaware of any successful challenge to the practice, and customers can be jailed if they do not cooperate.

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Travel Light Its The Weigh To Go

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It certainly makes sense to travel lighter these days. Many of the airlines are charging additional fees for overweight luggage. They have a 50 to 75 lbs. weight maximum per bag. With large suitcases weighting up to 20 lbs. empty that does not leave a lot of room for clothes and other assorted items. It's time to learn to travel more efficiently.

To start with, look for lighter weight luggage or downsize to a smaller sized piece. It's not practical to take those oversized 30? or 31? suitcases. Plan to start with no larger than a 29? case. Then look for the lighter weight brands. Many pieces of luggage, that are now advertised as "light weight", are in reality no lighter than the old pieces. Make sure you actually lift the case before purchasing. You do not have to sacrifice quality either, as there are many truly lightweight cases available in the better fabrics with the better wheel systems.

Try to limit the number of pairs of shoes you are taking. Shoes and sneakers are much heavier than clothing. Check out the many travel accessories available. Take along travel sizes of toothpaste, shampoo, and all to the other assorted sundries you cannot live without. If you are packing a hairdryer, take one that is compact and designed for travel. Also think about bringing a small travel steamer instead of an iron. These are lighter weight and work quite well, steaming out all of the packing wrinkles quickly and efficiently.

Instead of bringing along a heavy raincoat, purchase one of the super light umbrellas that are now available. These are made of airplane aluminum and weigh only a few ounces. There are also foldable rain slickers available that are lighter than a raincoat would be and they work well in an emergency.

Weigh your case before you go. Stand on the scale with the suitcase, then deduct your weight. Or there are also several portable scales available that you can hook to the luggage and lift. This will save you the arguments and the surcharges you'll get at the airport. There's also new luggage that just became available with an actual scale built in to the top of the suitcase. Of course, that will eliminate the excuse at the airport that (a) you did not know or (b) that it weighed less at home!

Plan your wardrobe with "mix and match" items. One pair of slacks can be teamed with several different tops. There are also lightweight reversible jackets that can be dressed up or down. These are very lightweight and completely wrinkle free so they are a natural choice.

If you plan on doing shopping, there are folding bags you can use to pack your purchases for the trip home. This way you will not overload your luggage. Most trips allow for 2 bags per person, as well as one carry-on and one personal bag.

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Prague Writers Festival

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Especially during the first week of June two Festivals will take place in the old medieval streets of Prague: the Prague Writers Festival and the World Festival of Puppet Art. With the first theme, our mind immediately flies to Kafka, his life and writings. Prague hosts his house that has became an interesting museum to visit. From such a leading figure, Prague has developed one of Europe's leading cultural events. In particular, this year (2008), the Prague Writers' Festival celebrates its eighteenth anniversary. Started in 1990, the Festival has established itself as a Czech cultural foundation in 1997.

The Festival brings to the attention of its public international and vibrant authors from Central and Eastern Europe such as Paul Auster, Margaret Atwood, Graeme Gibson and many others.The Festival managers have organized workshops, meetings, conferences and collateral initiateves all related to the theme: 1968 Laughter and Forgetting. For more information you can visit the Festival main pages online at or visit the Guardian that is sponsoring the Festival at The relevant dates are between 1 and 5 June 2008.

If you wish to be there there are plenty of accommodation options in Prague for different budgets! Nowadays, online is the easiest and fastest way to find and book all kind of accommodations you might desire. In general it depends on the people you are travelling with and the spirit with which you want to live the city. A recent trend among the youngest is either to book an apartment either to stay in youth hostels.

Concerning Prague apartments, the city is starting to offer upper standards of comforts, services and atmosphere. Usually very well refurbished, coloured and with modern furniture the average price per person is between 20-40 euros per night. Some good ones located all thru Prague historical centre are the Old Town Apartment House, Apartments Magicka Zahrada (magic Garden), Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square, Amazing Prague Apartments. In terms of hostels or youth hostels, Prague has a lot to offer too! The Chilli Hostel, the Manhattan hostel, hostel le Papillon, Leon Hostel, Plus Prague hostel, Hostel Spoas are among the most economic in the old city. Prices from 14 euros per person. So do not indulge to spend a magnificent week in Prague in June. And if you are not keen in literature, you can always indulge in the puppet show Festival held in the same days!! More coming soon!

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Dubai Beach Hotel Apartments

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In Dubai, the lodging industry is revealing itself as the golden fruit of the country real estate developments and extensive marketing.

Although the number of players entering the market is growing there are still numerous opportunities available for successful entries and thanks to the lodging industry's recent performance and outlook, financing for service apartments construction or investment is becoming more readily available.

The Serviced Apartments category has been doing consistently well meeting the needs of corporate executives and travelers alike with a good combination of short and medium term rentals.

Speculative hoteliers are taking advantage of the market, pushing rates to new heights and there seem to be no underperforming properties on the Dubai market to a point where it is reasonable to consider converting a residential property into a commercial one.

While pursuing service apartments construction or lease seems like a good investment, there is a fair chance that you would not be the only one to have this idea. While your overview for the project might look good today, given current market conditions, five more similar projects planned for the same market may turn your forecast into an alternative reality.

Remember, existing accommodation providers are likely to put up a battle, including lowering their rates substantially, to keep their clients away from your new property.

In any case the lodging industry will undoubtedly continue to be an exciting market over the next few years, with plenty of opportunities for hotel and hotel apartment investments.

A small size building between 2 to 5 floors or a compound of villas close to the beach could be the right step to begin with and if supported by a solid management and marketing plan, a tiny development could result in a large triumph.

Remember that not all successful projects have to be gigantic in fact a small property will most likely be perceived by the guests as cozy and private, something rather unique in Dubai in fact a valuable market gap can be identified with regards to small size projects in the 3 or 4 stars category and the potential for successful new entries is tangible.

For those new investors looking into exploring the Serviced Apartments business it is advisable to place a solid emphasis on careful market research and analysis for the property so that strategic plans can be developed tracking both expenditure and results.

These strategies incorporate: Industry networking, Database utilization, Telemarketing, Internet visibility & interaction, Media design & promotions etc

It is also essential to identify and appoint a management and marketing company for the property which will professionally look after all aspects related to the set up and running of the business from the recruiting and training of the staff to the daily management and marketing requirements in addition to a brand building and awareness program.

A tiny project will not be of any interest for those huge and well established international franchise however it can be very attractive for those management & marketing companies who are looking to enter the Dubai market in gradual steps bringing along their solid overseas experience and business relationships.

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Amsterdam Cheap Travel Guide Enjoy It

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When you opt for a cheap travel to Europe, the city of Amsterdam should be your best choice. The city offers cheap relatively compared to most European cities but not sacrificing the quality of the trip.

The city...

Amsterdam is undoubtedly a beautiful city. No wander it is the fourth most visited cities in the region just after Paris, Rome, and London. Most of the population speaks either French or German or both. The people also can speak English and Dutch as well. The area is relatively flat. You cannot find slopes and hills unlike other European cities. If you want to roam Amsterdam by foot, it is very conducive for hiking. This would save you from the trouble of renting a car or hiring a taxicab to transport you within the city. And since Amsterdam has lots of sights to offer, hiking would be fill up the day while spending some time on different attractions the city has to offer.

If you don't feel the idea of hiking, Amsterdam provides not only cheap but free transportation. White-bikes are located in abundance in the city. In fact there are over 700,000 bikes waiting for you. You can hop on one of these communal bikes at one place then drop it off on the other. They are stationed in different point of the city so you won't get a hard to locate one.

Not into biking and hiking but still opting for cheap Amsterdam vacation? You can always ride any of the public transportation within the city. Amsterdam offers some of the best train, bus, and tram systems in Europe. They are cheap and the service is extremely good.

The attraction...

Amsterdam is lined with several museums and monuments often time just a shot away from one another. To be exact, Amsterdam has 42 museums and almost 7,000 monuments within its limits. And if you want to visit them without confusion, the city has prepared 7 waking routes, marked especially for you.

You can see the works of Hals, Vermeer, Rembrandt, and several other world-renowned artists in Amsterdam's most famous museum- the Rijks museum. A Van Gogh admirer? Vincent Van Gogh has his own museum located near Rijks. For a more contemporary and modern pictures, paintings, and pottery, you can visit Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art. For a closer feel of Amsterdam during the 1600s, you can visit the Museum Willet-Holthuysen that is considered World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

When you visit during summer (July-August), expect to see bed of Tulips along with other Holland's pride- narcissus, daffodils, and other flowers.

Canal attraction is superb. During summer, you can tour the city by boat. The city's canal stretches up to 100KM giving you an alternative way to see the city. During winter, the same canal freezes and transforms into a sporting site where skating events take place.

The rates...

Amsterdam is not a typical European city where you have to spend so much to survive. It does not charge premium rates like any other European cities. You can stay at one of the hostels in Amsterdam under $70. Dining is also very affordable in the city. You can survive a decent meal for under $15. Transportation is also cheap. Tram pass could be purchase at around $5 for unlimited ride for the day.

Picturesque view and rich culture and history give every reason to travel to Amsterdam. And with prices are relatively cheap, you surely would enjoy your stay at Amsterdam.

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Last Minute Travel Options

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Together with last minute flights, last minute hotels are big business nowadays. The idea is that you take a room that would otherwise be empty (often because of cancellations), and in return you get a steep discount. However, as ever, it's a case of buyer beware.

It can be a very common experience to arrive in a hotel and find that there's actually no-one in it who didn't come on a last-minute travel deal. This is either because the prices the hotel is trying to charge normal customers are too high, or because it's a terrible hotel. To avoid these places, check whether the hotel you find a last-minute deal on is otherwise fully-booked or at least busy - if not, you should probably stay away.

Even in good hotels, though, you might find yourself stuck with the one bad room that they haven't been able to shift - the one that smells funny, or has a view of a brick wall outside the window. While this isn't generally so terrible, you should at least prepare yourself for this possibility.

It's also quite likely - though not inevitable - that the cheaper hotels will be nowhere near the city centre, leaving you to commute by public transport each day if you want to see the sights, or else hang around in the suburbs. You should consider the costs of transport before you book, as a slightly more expensive hotel that is more central can often save you more than it costs.

A final thing to be aware of is that you can often get a good discount by booking a last minute flight and hotel as a package deal through the various agency websites. If you are doing this, though, make sure that you don't let the savings pressure you into taking a bad flight or a bad hotel just because the other half of the deal seems so good.

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Belfast City Guide Including Belfast Hotels

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Nestled in a valley and bordered to the east by the Irish Sea, the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, is a vibrant and lively Celtic city that lives up to its nickname of "The Hibernian Rio." Situated on the River Lagan, the pedestrian-friendly city enjoys a focal point in Donegal Square where the architecturally stunning City Hall dominates the skyline, and elsewhere Victorian and Edwardian architecture can be enjoyed by visitors on foot.

Places of interest:

Belfast's glorious seafaring history and place at the forefront of the industrial revolution is evident in the greatest shipyard in Great Britain, where the Titanic was built. The city's name is derived from the Irish "beal feirste" which means "at the mouth of the sandpit" and nightlife, arts, festivals, dining and shopping are all in abundance in the city. The sea front in particular is now pedestrianised and visitors can enjoy the best of Irish culture in street musicians and theatre against the backdrop of the Irish Sea.

Standing 120 metres above sea level, Belfast Castle offers breathtaking and panoramic views of the city, bay and surrounding areas. Belfast Castle was the ancestral home of the Chichester, later Donegall, family who were descendants of Arthur Chichester who planted the land that was to become the city in the 1600s. The history of the castle, and city, are celebrated in the Cave Hill Visitor Centre in the castle grounds.

Ulster Museum, set over 8000 square metres of grounds, is likely to take up a full day, so extensive and fascinating are its archaeology, ethnography, art, history and natural sciences exhibits. The collections portray and celebrate the history, culture, artistic, scientific and industrial achievements: in short, the story of the Irish people from their ancient roots up until modern day. The museum houses both permanent and temporary collections, and regular, creatively planned tours are offered to distil some of the wonders of the museum into palatable chunks.

For stunning hiberno-romanesque architecture, the Belfast Cathedral is worth a visit, and the exciting, interactive and interpretive St. Patrick Centre tells the story of Ireland's patron saint, in his own words.

The Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park and City of Belfast International Rose Garden, in the southern outskirts of Belfast features an International Rose Exhibition, as well as gardens, walks, a children's playground and live music concerts.

The Linen Hall Library was established in 1788 and boasts a collection of over 20,000 volumes of Irish literature and an enviable Robert Burns collection.

Things to do:

Belfast will never leave tourists wondering how to entertain themselves! Plenty of things to do and see exist in Belfast.

The world class Belfast Zoo features plenty of don't-miss attractions, including the monkey park, reptile house and children's playground.

Walking Tours of Belfast include The Old Town, Titanic Trail and the City Centre Walk.

The oldest covered market in Ireland, St George's Market offers a range of fish and speciality foods that are unrivalled in Europe.

The world's largest dry dock, Haarland and Wolfe, is where the Titanic was built and its famous cranes, Samson and Goliath, can be seen from all over the city.

At the The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum a fascinating insight into the history and the daily lives of Ulster people can be found.

The Home Front Heritage Centre features collections that portray the Belfast experience of the Second World War, and is also home to the museum of the Royal Ulster Rifles.

W5 is a world renowned innovative and interactive centre of science and technology exploration, with activities, exhibits and demonstrations to expand and intrigue minds of all ages.

Food & Drink:

If it is excellent food the tourist seeks, they won't have to look far in Belfast.

Traditional pub fare in a historical atmosphere is to be found at Belfast's most famous pub, the Crown Liquor Saloon in the heart of the historical district.

Altos was rated number one by Yahoo travel for stylish and contemporary cuisine, serving cutting-edge Mediterranean food and featuring an extensive wine list and speciality coffee choices.

The Gypsy Queen Vegetarian Restaurant is on of Europe's premier vegetarian dining destinations. All dishes are GMO approved, and organic wherever possible.

For the cuisine enthusiast, Deane's Restaurant is a high end, luxurious dining experience, featuring dishes created by one of Ireland's top chefs.

Live music pubs are a staple of Belfast nightlife, including the Duke of York, Morrisons and at the docks, Pat's Bar Princes.

Belfast Hotels & Accommodation:

As befitting a major European destination, a full range of accommodation options are available in Belfast. Visitors can chose from cosy, family run bed and breakfast establishments, a variety of self catering options and luxury five star hotels to suit every taste, set of requirements and budget.

Ravenhill Guest House

The Crescent Townhouse

Europa Hotel

The Malone Lodge Hotel

Tara Lodge

The Park Avenue Hotel

The Stormont Hotel

The Chimney Corner Hotel

Culloden Hotel

Days Hotel

Jurys Inn Belfast

Ramada Belfast

Parkview Lodge

Ten Square


Nightlife is one of Belfast's main attractions, with revellers enjoying everything from world class dance clubs to traditional pubs. The Potthouse, opened in November 2004 was built on the site of Belfast's first pottery factory and comprises The Potthouse Bar & Grill, Sugar Nighclub, which plays Top 40, House and classic Disco, and the Soap Bar guestroom. The Fly and The Grill Room and Bar are also notable Belfast nightspots. The Movie House Cinema on the Golden Mile offers the latest cinema releases, as well as arthouse and independent films, and Ireland's only 3D and 2D large format cinema, the SheridanIMAX is located on Queen's Quay. Fantastic shopping is available in the city centre Donegall Place and the Waterfront Concert Hall hosts concerts and music tours from all over the world.

Belfast enjoys an enviable position at the forefront of Hibernian culture, scenery and history. With an ideal and unique combination of Celtic culture and British industrial influence, Belfast is an ideal seaside destination for family friendly events, educational and historical attractions and a nightlife that is second to none throughout Europe. In common with much of the British Isles, Belfast experiences a temperate and often wet climate, but is protected by the surrounding mountains of Divis Mountain, Black Mountain and Cave Hill.

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Paper Or Plastic Paying For Your Thailand Vacation

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If you plan to spend your vacation in Thailand, it is probably a good idea to use paper and plastic while you are there.

Since I am a regular visitor to the land of smiles, I usually have a few thousand Baht left from my previous trip. Along with that I will also bring about 500 US dollars in cash to see me through the first few days. Don't exchange currency in your home country.

I have stopped using traveler's checks for a couple of reasons. I don't have a local bank account; I do all of my banking online. So, if I want to get traveler's checks, I have to pay a fee. Then I will have to pay a small fee to cash the checks at the bank. I also don't like being restricted to accessing funds only when the banks are open.

I would never cash a traveler's check at a hotel because of the terrible rate of exchange they give. Unless you get the checks for free, I wouldn't use them at all.

Using your credit card in Thailand is very risky. Even at the finest of hotels, the local staff is not paid much at all. It is very easy to skim and clone your credit card. It may not get used for months since the bad guys will wait until you get back home before they use it.

If you must use your credit card, keep an eagle eye on it. Don't let it out of your site. Don't let the hotel desk clerk take it to the back room. Don't let the waitress take it back to the cashier. Don't use it unless you absolutely have no other means of funds.

Using a debit card with an ATM machine is the easiest and most convenient way to acquire the local currency. I use a separate account and transfer the funds to it a week or two before I go to Thailand. That way, I know exactly how much I have available when I arrive.

ATM machines are located about every 10 feet in Thailand and are even available in the smallest of cities throughout the country. You will get a good exchange rate and you can access them 24 hours per day.

You still need to be careful with ATM machines because bad guys are everywhere. I try to use the ATMs that are in a foyer or inside of a mall. If you access one on a small, dimly lit street at two in the morning, you are definitely risking your money and your life.

If you intend to do any online banking, do not access your account using any of the internet cafes. You never know what software is on those computers or whether someone has installed a keystroke logger to steal your password. Using your own laptop will be as secure as it is at home. It is best to complete as much of your online financial transactions before you go, just to be safe.

So, you should use a combination of paper and plastic on your Thailand vacation. Bring some of your home currency to cover you during your first couple of days. You can exchange this at the Thai airport at any of the currency exchange booths. If you don't want to carry that much cash, you can always use your debit card at the airport ATM machines.

For your day to day funds, I would again use the ATM machines. Do this during the day for additional security and make sure that you keep your plastic locked up in the safe along with your passport, plane ticket and any other valuables.

Remember to only carry as much cash as you will need for your day or night activity and the rest in the safe. You can always go back to your room if you need additional funds.

If you have any Baht left over at the end of your trip, you can exchange it at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok, or keep it stashed away for your next Thailand holiday.

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