Hotels in New York

It’s certainly no wonder why they say, “New York City is the city that never sleeps,” with so many places and stuff that would please all the senses. There’s the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Madison Square Garden and God knows what else. But the question is…where do you stay in New York City? I have to warn you […]

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Vieques Puerto Rico

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Isla de Vieques lies just eight miles off the easternmost coast of the main island of Puerto Rico and measures about twenty one miles long by four wide. This small island area of Puerto Rico is the location of some of the oldest fossilized human remains in the Caribbean. Dating back around 10,000 years, it is proof that humans have […]

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Puerto Rico The Hidden Island Party Spot

Bacardi Bar

Taste the rum and practice the Salsa on the Caribbean island paradise of Puerto Rico. The islands are located in the Caribbean sea, just east of the Dominican republic, with about 3/4 Spanish and 1/4 English speaking natives. But don’t worry: all tourist areas are primarily English speaking. Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States which includes one […]

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Your Next Vacation to Puerto Rico

San Juan Puerto Rico Beach

The territorial island of Puerto Rico continually remains one of the crowning points of a Caribbean vacation for over five million Americans every year. The influx of around two billion dollars a year in tourism income has allowed Puerto Rico to develop a very strong tourism industry. By virtue of being a territory of the United States, visitors from the […]

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Tourism to Puerto Rico

Old Town San Juan from El Morro

Puerto Rico tourism is a huge business and is extremely important for the Puerto Rico economy. Around 5 million tourists visit the island of Puerto Rico per year. Most of these visitors from the the United States of America, however people from all around the world have enjoyed a vacation on this tropical island. Around one third of visitors are […]

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The Cultural Side of Vegas

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You wouldn’t think Las Vegas would be the cultural treasure chest is really is, especially upon first glance when you can’t really see beyond the many casinos and bright twinkling lights that it is most famous for. You don’t expect to find the vast number of museums in Vegas that you will find in other tourist-oriented cities. You would think […]

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A Stay at Old San Juan in Puerto Rico

San Juan

One of the most used departure ports for cruise ships in the Caribbean is San Juan in Puerto Rico. San Juan, known as ‘La Ciudad Amurallada’ (the walled city), was founded in 1521 and is the oldest city under the US flag. During the 16th century, the Spanish used it as a point of departure for expeditions to the New […]

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