Category content "Travel & Leisure"



Hiring a Van can Make your Move Stress-Free

Everybody wants to relax in vacations and want to take out time from our busy schedule for children, family and friends. Traveling in small group would be great if you hire a van. You can hire a small van for 8 passengers and large van for 16 passengers. There are lots of companies who offer van hire services as per your needs .You should decide the number of persons before hiring a van as it will cost a lot more to rent a large van from Van Rental Company.

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Tips to Save Time and Money While Hiring a Car

The Car rental services have bought a revolution in the industry of car business and mobility. You can move anywhere without any concern through this services. There are lots of companies who are offering car rental services. You just need to do is to analyze their services properly, compare the rates, & reputations and go for the best service provider company. You should meet few conditions before hiring a car like you should have an appropriate driver with acceptable age and driving license. After booking, reservation make a way to pick the car and return it safely on the designation on due date.
There are some car hire tips that will help you to save your time and will also help you to get a car on rent in cheaper rates with less hassle.

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When is the best time to go to Cancun?

Mexico and in particular Cancun are very popular destination to spend your vacation not only if you want to pass your days relaxing and lying on the sun but also visiting its famous cultural sites. Beside white amazing beaches with turquoise water of the Atlantic Ocean, in Cancun you can also find a lively nightlife with restaurant, pubs and discos.

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The best Avenue of approach to the New York City

Located in the borough of Manhattan the Madison Avenue connects the Madison Square, at 23rd Street and the Madison Avenue Bridge, at 138th Street. It runs through Midtown, Upper East Side Spanish Harlem and Harlem making it one of the most attractive and culturally diverse avenues in New York City.

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Sun, serf and sand in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the largest of the wonderful Canary Islands and guarantees its visitors and exceptional vacation. While there are many, many things to do in Lanzarote the first and foremost attractions as always are the many inviting beaches that the island is blessed with.

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The enduring architecture of the UN headquarters

The United Nations does not really need introduction, being the well known world body established to settle and sort out world disputes. The headquarters of the United Nation though located in New York is in fact international territory and does not officially belong to the United States. The plot of land was bought by John D. Rockefeller and then donated to the United Nations, upon which construction began towards the end of 1949 and was completed in 1950.

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The iconic Empire State Building

New York has much to offer a visitor so much so that sometimes it is hard to take it all in at one go. Ideally tourists should select a few attractions for the day and take it all in from the history to the modern day.

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‘City in the City’, the Rockefeller Center

Located in the center of Midtown Manhattan, The Rockefeller Center is a complex of nineteen commercial buildings spanning 22 acres and located between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. Best known for its ‘Christmas Tree’, ‘Top of the Rock’ observation deck and ‘Radio City Music Hall’, it is a great New York destination for all visitors any time of the year.

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Rare highlights of music, art and literature at the Morgan Library, New York

Art, history and literature lovers spend days at the Morgan Library and Museum exploring the most amazing collection of manuscripts, paintings and books – featuring a compilation of important, rare and priceless pieces covering Egyptian art, the Renaissance, manuscripts, rare books, and even the earliest evidence of writing.

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New York for kids

People from the world over flock to New York, be it on business or pleasure. New York is so synonymous with the American dream, that many think it is only a place for young adults to visit. This is not the case, as New York or the Big Apple as it is known caters to all age groups alike.

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