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May 31, 2008
Legends and Lore Excerpt from Gold by Craig Macdonald John L. Ramsey and John A. Thompson wandered around Emigrant Springs in January 1906 and became famous for the discovery of the Skidoo ledge of gold ore. They staked 30 claims along the great mother lode and named it the Gold Eagle. By March, the Rhyolite [...]
May 26, 2008
Travel is easier when you have the right tools to get going. With the handy-dandy flight booker tool, you can prepare for your vacation by getting the kick-start with your airline flight. Oftentimes, my first task is to book the flight, then decide what hotels will be needed, car rentals required, theme park and attraction [...]
May 23, 2008
The 2008 Summer Travel Season in the USA promises to deliver higher gas prices and availability on hotel rooms as American tourists’ hotel bookings are refrained, making for an ideal travel climate for international travelers.
May 17, 2008
Will global warming afftect tourism in upcoming years? Yes, but how? In this blog segment Vacationtravelchannel discusses how the heating up of Planet Earth may affect travel and tourism, and how we all may respond to the changes.
May 1, 2008
Voyage to the Bottom of the World in Antarctica by: George Bailey “Antarctica is Earth’s southern most continent, overlying the Pole. It is situated in the southern hemisphere, almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, and is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. It is the fifth-largest continent in area after Asia, Africa, and South America. [...]
May 1, 2008
March marks the beginning of the travel season in the United States, just as Australians and those from other continents are wrapping up their summer trips and heading back home. An East Coast snow storm brought unexpected delays to the launch of the season, parts of the Midwest experienced intense rain, and the West and [...]