If you’re looking for somewhere affordable and fun to visit, consider Holidays to Boston.
Boston is one of those cities that truly has something for everyone in the family. It’s easy to get around and you don’t have to spend a lot of money in order to have a good time. In fact, much of it is free, including the arts, such as visiting Harvard University and their incredibly mesmerizing bookstore, walk along Newbury Street where you can visit many intriguing galleries and pop into the beautiful Boston Public Library.
Beacon Hill is a historic area, lined with cobblestone streets that you can stroll with ease. And make sure you put good food on your daily itinerary. You can visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace that offers 17 restaurants and 40 pushcarts in which to find great food. Do a little shopping too while you’re there as well!
If you’re a sports fan, visiting Fenway Park is probably going to be high on your to-do list. Don’t forget Harvard has a stadium as well and TD Garden is New England’s Premier Sports and Entertainment Arena.
And while I can recommend a number of sites to visit, simply look up and around – the architecture is stunning. There is a wonderful blend of old and new buildings that should not go unnoticed.
Sigh. I told you there was a ton to do!
Many people like to visit Las Vegas for the casinos, exclusive shows and entertainment.
Me, I go for the food.
Las Vegas Hotels have some of the best restaurants in the world.
The Bellagio, for instance for a number of places to indulge your culinary needs. Chef Jean-Philippe Maury’s creations look almost too pretty to eat at Las Vegas’ first truly European-style pastry shop. If you are looking for something to sustain you a little longer, you can choose from their 5 contemporary restaurants – Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Lounge, Sensi, Olives, Fix and Noodles. And if you want the dining experience of a lifetime, The Bellagio has 6 Fine Dining Restaurants, so you can visit one every night of your stay! You’ve probably heard of Le Cirque, but have you heard of Circo, Jasmine, Michael Mina, Picasso and Prime Steakhouse?
What is extraordinary about eating in Vegas is that I have just named 12 places to eat, and that’s not even all of them – all in one single hotel. I’ve barely started telling you all about the amazing food to be had in this bright city!
There’s no way that you can visit all the restaurants you want to in one trip.
So you’re just going to have to make Las Vegas a regular destination from now on.
I’m a modern gal, so when I travel I like to stay in places that reflect my style.
No doilies and rocking chairs, thank you very much.
Recently, in checking out hotels in London city centre, I came across some lovely finds that are just perfect for the girl who needs a little more than just a place to rest her head.
The Plaza on the River Club and Residence is a swank affair and located on the banks of the River Thames “opposite the Tate Britain art gallery, close to London’s Waterloo station and just a short walk from Westminster and Vauxhall underground stations.”
It also happens to have an en suite bathroom with heated floors and you can call up for a massage or go down to the hotel’s gym to help reduce some of your stress.
The Capital is perfect if shopping is part of your itinerary. Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, you’re just a short walk away from Harrods and Harvey Nichols. And the rooms have been individually designed so that you get a one-of-a-kind experience.
Not only that, the fabrics chosen for the room are from the Ralph Lauren Collection.
Talk about luxury!
And you must visit the Metropolitan (Old Park Lane 19). For the food alone! Breakfast is served in the dazzling White Room and Nobu is open for lunch and dinner.
I know. Decisions, decisions!
There is so much to love about Montreal, the second-largest city in Canada.
The shops and architecture, a blend of old-world-meeting-new-world, offers something for everyone.
There is Old Montreal, where you can walk down narrow cobblestone streets and finish your evening with a meal at Gibby’s. It’s located in the Youville Stables which, according to their website, “is part of a series of buildings once belonging to the Sisters of Charity, (or Grey Nuns).” Part of the original structure was built in 1694.
If you’re looking for something more modern, you’ll probably like the rooms at Hotel Le Dauphin Downtown where you not only get a computer with high-speed internet and wi-fi in your room, to use for free with your accommodation, but a DVD player so you can rent a movie, flat screen Plasma TV and a beautiful glass shower in a marble-tiled, heated floor bathroom.
Of course there are museums and galleries, restaurants and cafes, clothing stores, festivals, casinos and so much to see and do, that you may have to make a number of trips.
That’s what I’ve done. And each and every time, I experience something new and exciting.
Look into Cheap Flights to Montreal and book yourself a vacation to remember!