International Cost of Living Comparisons The First Underwater Hotel Suite - All That Is Interesting Phrases in 5 common languages to know when traveling in Europe | Travel tip... Traveling abroad this summer? These helpful phrases will open doors and help you gain immediate acceptance. You don't need to be fluent in the language of the country that you are traveling to, but learning some key phrases makes a great impression. If someone hears that you're trying to speak the language, they will give you their respect and help. From saying hello to asking how much something cost; knowing some important phrases will set you up for an amazing trip. Your pronunciation doesn't have to be perfect, all that matters is that your trying and that means a lot the locals. Here are some helpful phrases in 5 common languages to know when traveling in Europe French, Italian, Spanish, German and Dutch The Basics: Hello: bonjour (bohn-zhoor) Please: S'il vous plaît (see voo play) Thank you: merci (mehr-see) Goodbye: au revoir (oh reh-vwar) Where is the bathroom? Do you have a menu in English? How much is it? I’m lost, can you help me find ____? I would like: Je voudrais (zhuh voo-dray)
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The World s 18 Strangest Pools Intercontinental Hotel Hong Kong The Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong has lavish amenities and the skyline to back it up. And the cherry on top is a set of three pools that sit atop its third-floor spa deck, overlooking Victoria Harbor. Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa Grindavik, Iceland Blue Lagoon is one of the most famous spots on an island known for its gorgeous and mystical geothermal features. San Alfonso Del Mar Chile The largest swimming pool in the world is more than 3000 feet long, with a deep end that descends 115 feet. Golden Nugget Las Vegas, Nevada The Golden Nugget casino’s pool may take top honors as the scariest of the strange pools; it gives you the feeling of swimming with the sharks, without actually swimming next to them. Rangali Island Maldives Ubud Hanging Gardens Bali, Indonesia At the Ubud Hanging Gardens in Bali, swimmers get two exotic choices: Overlook the valley from the swimming pool on high, or get into the thick of things in the lower pool among the terraced gardens.
Housesitting 101 - Hecktic Travels Not a week goes by that we don’t get quizzed on our current career as house sitters. Common questions are… You’re doing WHAT? How on earth? And my personal favourite… What website did you find that on? Well, not quite. We are on our third official house sitting job, having done two in Canada and now enjoying one in Honduras. The lifestyle that house sitting provides is perfect for us. Interested in embarking on this “career path”? There are several websites out there, but only four that we monitor and three that we currently subscribe to. Trustedhousesitters.com - $79/year - The functionality of the site is one of the best out there, and they have the most house-sits available of all the websites! Mindmyhouse.com – $20/year - This is the first website we signed up to, and got us our wonderful house sitting job in British Columbia. Housecarers.com – $50/year - The home owner here in Honduras saw our profile online and contacted us directly through this website. Caretaker.org – $29.95/year
Sex Parties | Sex Parties | New York City | NYC | Event Published November 16, 2005 Purely out of a selfless desire to get you downstairs, we've spent the last few months extensively investigating the underground sex party scene. After attending enough parties filled with sketchy 50-year-old swingers and underserviced Long Island housewives in Pennsylvania Hotel suites, we finally came upon a scene worth taking a look at. The organization is called "One Leg Up" and it offers three different levels of parties with increasing levels of intensity: the "side-dish" (for anyone) the "take-out" (couples and single women only) and the "eat-in" (an exclusive event for pre-screened couples and single women only). Our advice: Go straight for the top.The journey begins with an elaborate screening process. Once accepted, you can purchase tickets for the event. Once you arrive and provide the correct password, you change into a mandatory costume that complements the occasion's theme.
Around the World in 7 Lesser-Known Islands Want to add these islands to your RTW itinerary? Don’t know where to start? Sign up today for Plan Your RTW Trip in 30 Days and start receiving email lesson plans tomorrow – it’s free! If you’re a traveling family, sign up for the Family Edition of Plan Your RTW Trip in 30 Days. There is something about island retreats which keeps capturing the imagination of travelers across all ages and backgrounds. Some dream of long, palm-fringed sand expanses with ocean views stretching on into infinity, some of vibrant beach-side nightlight and entertainment, others of just escaping from the stress and responsibilities of the mainland, because let’s face it, island life always seems somehow more laid-back than anywhere else. We all have a number of islands which come to mind when we start dreaming of vacation; Hawaii, the Greek Islands, Mauritius, Zanzibar, Fiji, French Polynesia. Jeju Island – South Korea >> Look for hostels in South Korea Bocas del Toro archipelago – Panama Princes’ Islands – Turkey
The best hostels in the world have&8230; - Lonely Planet blog With the increasing competition between each other, and rise of the flashpackers, hostels have piled on the amenities to attract travellers in recent years. But I want it all. In an ideal world, every hostel would… 1. Be clean…like Madrid’s Cat’s Hostel: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. …and, finally, it should charge (at the very most) half the price that a night at a nearby, respectable, budget hotel would cost. All of these hostels (and another 1,500) can be booked through Lonely Planet at Hotels & hostels.
How to Plan an Awesome, Last-Minute Vacation on the Cheap - StumbleUpon I lived in Colorado for most of my life, so when I moved to Southern California when I was 14 and my dad bought my whole family annual passes to Disney, it was the greatest thing in the world. I've purchased an annual pass every year since (been here 7 years). I love that place to death I watched all the Walt Disney shows on TV when I was a kid. I got to go there for the first time when I was in my early 30s and it was absolutely nothing like what I had imagined. I've been there several times since (we live in the Los Angeles area now). Sadly, though, unless one of us gets in free we really can't afford to go there any more.