Traveling Do’s and Don’ts in Foreign Lands

There are many do’s and don’ts to take into account while preparing for a trip to a foreign land. Although you may assume many are common sense, for some reason while people travel or vacation, they tend to experience “common sense amnesia.”

This may conceivably be from giddiness and intellectual detachment while preparing for a long-awaited trip. Certainly travel can be a great release from the pressures of work, an opportunity for family enjoyment, or simply some alone time. Nevertheless, there is some basic knowledge gathering you should do beforehand.

Not all destinations are created equal, and there are laws … Read More

Premier Downtown Atlanta Hotel is a Summer Block Buster

Get away to Georgia this summer and rediscover Atlanta’s premier luxury hotel in Atlanta (http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/travel/atlmq-atlanta-marriott-marquis/) – Atlanta Marriott Marquis which recently completed a stunning $138 million dollar hotel transformation. Stay a weekend night between July 25 and August 24, 2008 and take advantage of $138* per night weekend rate. Plus, as an added bonus, pay with a Visa card and receive a $25 Visa gift card that can be used for anything from gasoline to gifts.

The newly transformed Atlanta Marriott Marquis masterfully blends modern chic with timeless comfort, beginning with the breathtaking atrium, designed by world-renowned and Atlanta based … Read More

Fairy Houses and Beyond! – A Pictorial Tour of the Amazing World of Fairy Houses and Communities

Fairy Houses and Beyond!” by Barry and Tracy Kane proves that Fairy Houses are as varied as a child’s imagination and as limitless as the wonders of nature. The latest release in the popular children’s book series, “Fairy Houses and Beyond!” takes readers on a magical pictorial tour of the evolving world of fairy house neighborhoods, coastal communities, intricate interiors and even a fairy house spa.

Award-winning author and illustrator, Tracy Kane was inspired by fairy houses when she discovered these small dwellings hidden in the woods on a coastal island in Maine. A New England tradition that dates back … Read More