Those who live in America's mountainous regions call it "mud season" - that time of year between April and June when the ground doesn't have enough snow on it to ski but is still too soupy to hike, camp, fish, or get out and enjoy nature. It's a time when those in winter climates look to get away, and this year, you should, too.
is the time of year when the winter blues are setting in for
many outside the Sun Belt, which always means big business
for winter beach destinations. It’s usually not hard to spot
those who’ve been sun-starved all winter, as they may be
getting off airplanes in places like Boston, Detroit or
Chicago in shorts when arriving home to February
temperatures in the teens. ...more
year, make a New Year’s resolution that brings culture and
memories to life. Don’t just promise to exercise more, eat
healthier and lose those last five pounds. Instead, resolve
to travel to the remote, exotic destinations of your dreams
- for less. ...more
Hospigaiety.com opened its online doors to the LGBT travel market in August
2006. It was a fairly simple idea: worldwide LGBT members join the online
club to host other members and be guests in other member’s homes.
Accommodations are often free, but members can choose to accept a minimal
gratuity to cover expenses, with a suggested $15 to $25 gratuity.
dreaming of traveling, everyone has something different in
mind. And when investing in a vacation or second home, you
want to make sure you get what you want. For many,
destination clubs are the answer because they provide the
best of many worlds.