Monaco is a place for the rich and famous, but not for me who gets excited to see ancient ruins and piles of rock the ancients had used at one time. It is the recreation center for the rich and famous. Monaco is officially called The Principality of Monaco. The Principality of Monaco is one square mile in size, and centered around Casino Square with its four casinos. It is [ Read More ]
Noosa Queensland, Australia is a popular tourist destination. It is famous for its beautiful beaches and many activities. Accommodations in Noosa range from caravan parks to luxury penthouse suites. Noosa also features many fine dining experiences. You can have a relaxing holiday lying on the beach and taking in the scenery, take a wine tasting tour, or you can really get your adrenaline pumping with some of the most exciting [ Read More ]
Touristlink.com is the social platform for travel where you can meet fellow travelers, share information, suggest new attractions and create lists of your favorite destinations to share with friends. See the recent trends in this changing face of global tourism, and how social travelers find exclusive deals and connect with the locals.
Despite the tough global economy, travel seems to be one of the industries still growing. Did you know almost 80 million foreigners visit France each year? That definitely dwarfs the 8000 visitors Turkmenistan gets every year. With fuel prices at an all time high, it is no surprise that most people spend their travel dollars on airfare.
Las Vegas is incorporated as a city on March 16, 1911. A “few” years later was time for my visit to Sin City. Las Vegas offers a rich history that is as American as they come. The city developed from remote “Old West” frontier town, survived through the Great Depression by becoming the “Gateway to the Hoover Dam,” transformed itself into a “Sin City” gangster metropolis and eventually metamorphosed into [ Read More ]
Malawi made the headlines recently when senior officials debated whether breaking wind in public should be made a criminal offence. However, Malawi is not the only destination kicking up a stink. Skyscanner‘s team of intrepid odour experts have braved the worldwide whiff to reveal the world’s top five smellications.
San Alfonso del Mar, in Algarrobo, Chile, has the largest pool in the world according to Guinness World Records. This 66 million-gallon saltwater pool can hold small sailboats, and is 2/3 of a mile long — covering 20 acres. And on top of that, San Alfonso del Mar also provides a pristine, temperature-controlled indoor beach pool in the form of a glass pyramid. Enjoy a swim under the stars as [ Read More ]