Category: Travel

See America First

See America First

“I see the spectacle of morning from the hill tops over against my house, from daybreak to sunrise, with emotions which an angel might share. The long, slender bars of cloud float like golden fishes in the crimson light. From the earth, as from a shore, I look out into the silent sea. I seem […]

Dream Vacations You Can Afford

Dream Vacations You Can Afford

Know how to get the best deals and make your money stretch by taking advantage of specials, discounts, and time of season to get the best possible price for your dream vacation. Dream Vacations You Can Afford deals with how one can get the best price possible when planning your dream vacation.

Vacation Cruising

Vacation Cruising

Here’s Just a “Sneak-Peak” At What You’ll Uncover With Vacation Cruising How to plan and book your cruise on your own. How to find the best deals on your crusie possible. What steps you need to make when making a dinner reservation to get the best seats! What to do once your aboard the cruise […]

Budget Travel

Budget Travel

Traveling is seen as a luxury that can be afforded only by some and necessitates saving over several months in order to get the holiday that you want. This does not have to be the case. With a bit of careful thought and a lot of planning, it really is possible to travel on a […]

Selling Your Timeshare

Selling Your Timeshare

Here’s Just a “Sneak-Peak” At What You’ll Uncover With Selling Your Time Share 101 How to choose the right time share. Time share usage rights explained. Why time shares make sense. The importance of advertising your time share. The keys to successfully sell your time share. The major time share advantages. Fixed location and fixed […]

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How To Budget A Family Vacation

Every family deserve to have a dream vacation. In this e-book, we teach you how to budget a family vacation of your dream at the same time have money to pay your bills. Make your dream vacation possible and hope you have an enjoyable and memorable trip.

Last Minute Traveler

Last Minute Traveler

Getting a last minute travel deal is one thing that you can procrastinate on. This is a great way to save on travel if you are on a budget. If you can go away upon at the last minute, then you can save plenty of money for your trip. In fact, you will be able […]

101 Tips For Traveling On A Budget

101 Tips For Traveling On A Budget

The key to budget travel is to plan ahead. When it comes to family trips, globetrotting, well-deserved vacations and/or going to see new places we have never been before, the reality of cost and budgeting is always in the back of our minds. Planning and spending our travel dollar wisely is a priority for most […]

A Year’s Journey Through France and Part of Spain – Volume I

Captain Philip Thicknesse (1719-1792) was a British author and eccentric. He was born in Staffordshire, England and lived in Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire. He also lived in Bath. He obtained a commission as a Captain of an independent company in Jamaica after 1737, but transferred to a marine regiment as a Captain-Lieutenant in 1740. He was Lieutenant- […]

A Yacht Voyage to Norway, Denmark, and Sweden

I believe the old Italian proverb says, that every man, before he dies, should do three things: ‘Get a son, build a house, and write a book. ‘ Now, whether or not I am desirous, by beginning at the end, to end at the beginning of this quaint axiom, I leave the reader to conjecture. […]

A Year’s Journey Through France and Part of Spain – Volume II

Captain Philip Thicknesse (1719-1792) was a British author and eccentric. He was born in Staffordshire, England and lived in Farthinghoe, Northamptonshire. He also lived in Bath. He obtained a commission as a Captain of an independent company in Jamaica after 1737, but transferred to a marine regiment as a Captain-Lieutenant in 1740. He was Lieutenant- […]

A Year in the Great Republic

Emily Katharine/Catherine Bates was the author of: Egyptian Bonds: A Novel (1879), A Year in the Great Republic (2 volumes) (1887), Kaleidoscope: Shifting Scenes from East to West (1889), George Vyvian: A Novel (1890), Seen and Unseen (1908), Do the Dead Depart? and Other Questions (1908), Psychical Science and Christianity: A Problem of the XXth […]

Women’s Wild Oats: Essays on the Re-fixing of Moral Standards

Study from 1919. ‘The sudden collapse of the war left us in a daze. After the years of inhuman strain it was hard to ease off tension to the almost forgotten conditions of peace. I recall that ever to be remembered day, November 11th, 1918-Victory Day. In the early hours before noon I was in […]

A Woman’s Journey Round the World

Ida Laura Pfeiffer, nee Reyer (1797-1858), was an Austrian traveller and travel book author. She was one of the first female explorers, whose popular books were translated into seven languages. She was a member of geographical societies of both Berlin and Paris, but not of Royal Geographical Society in London due to her sex. In […]

A Woman Who Went to Alaska

In answer to the oft-repeated question of why I went to Alaska I can only give the same reply that so many others give: I wanted to go in search of my fortune which had been successfully eluding my grasp for a good many years. Neither home nor children claimed my attention. No good reason, […]

A Winter Pilgrimage

Sir Henry Rider Haggard KBE (1856-1925) was a Victorian writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations. After failing his army entrance exam he was sent to a private ‘crammer’ in London to prepare for the entrance exam for the British Foreign Office, for which he never sat. Haggard’s father sent him to Africa in […]

Windsor Castle

Celebrated places make a strong and often a visual impression upon the mind before they are seen either in reality or in picture. Windsor Castle, especially from the west and at some little distance, is one of those which confirm and even augment, when first seen, the mysterious vision of the imagination. Seen from the […]

The Wilds of London

James Greenwood (1832-1929) was a British social explorer, journalist and writer. The Daily Telegraph on July 6, 1874, published an article written by James Greenwood, in which he reported on June 24, 1874 to have witnessed a human-baiting. In 1876, Greenwood republished the article in his book Low-Life Deeps: An Account of the Strange Fish […]

What I Saw in America

Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was an influential English writer of the early 20th century. His prolific and diverse output included journalism, philosophy, poetry, biography, Christian apologetics, fantasy, and detective fiction. Chesterton has been called the ‘prince of paradox. ‘ He wrote in an off-hand, whimsical prose studded with startling formulations. He is one of the […]

What I Saw in California

Edwin Bryant (1805-1869) was an American journalist from Kentucky. He worked on several papers in Kentucky, including editing one and establishing his own; the Louisville Morning Courier. In 1846 he led a wagon train which travelled overland from Missouri to California on the west coast. In 1848 he published an account of his experiences called […]

Wanderings in South America

Charles Waterton (1782-1865) was an English naturalist and explorer. He was educated at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire where his interest in exploration and wildlife is said to have been visible. In 1804 he travelled to Guyana to take charge of his uncle’s estates near Georgetown. In 1812 he started to explore the hinterland of Guyana, […]

The War of the Wenuses

No one would have believed in the first years of the twentieth century that men and modistes on this planet were being watched by intelligences greater than woman’s and yet as ambitious as her own. With infinite complacency maids and matrons went to and fro over London, serene in the assurance of their empire over […]

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