For as long as I have been in the business of finding cheap cruise deals — seemingly an eternity — this one might be the one that offers the most value for the dollar. It is a 13-day cruise aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norweigan Crown. The voyage goes from Valparaiso, Chile to Miami, Florida via the Panama Canal. The cost for an inside cabin? A mere $600. That is how much you might pay for a quick cruise through the Panama Canal, not one of this length ... [read more]
Date:March 9th, 2007
Did you know that Miami is a Spring Break hot spot this year? Neither did I until I received no less than four emails from various travel companies proclaiming it as the place to be during those crazy weeks of beer funnels, bikinis, and debauchery. Sounds thrilling, right?
Even if the college party scene isn’t your cup of tea, Miami is still a killer place to visit. It has easy access to some wonderful beaches, it is the epicenter of Latin culture in the United States, the Cuban restaurants are simply ... [read more]
Date:February 28th, 2007
On the surface you would be hard pressed to find similarities between Miami, Florida and London, England. One is modern sleek, the other is old Europe sheik. One is filled with sunny day after sunny day, the other sees more than enough of its gloomy gray days. One is located on the ocean, the other is located on a river. One is a city of cars, the other is a city of double deck buses and the tube.
On the surface Miami and London might not share a ... [read more]
Date:January 31st, 2007
We’re all going to be hearing quite a bit about Miami, Florida this week as the inevitable hype that surrounds the Super Bowl reaches epic proportions. Sporting event or no sporting event, Miami is a fascinating city that blends a wide variety of cultures to create its own look and its own feel.
Miami also happens to be a fairly popular port of call for cruise ships and it is especially useful when sailing the eastern Caribbean. Carnival Cruise Lines has a winner of a deal on a 7-night cruise aboard ... [read more]
Date:January 29th, 2007
Miami’s enchantment lies along its palm-fringed boulevards and in pastel buildings that reverberate with Latin rhythms. Miami Beach offers ten miles of spectacular white sand, dynamic South Beach, the Art Deco District and lively Ocean Drive, where strollers, bicyclists and skaters converge for good times. Other reasons to celebrate Miami include delicious dining from seafood to Cuban cuisine, endless shopping venues and legendary nightlife that lasts until dawn, especially in South Beach. Other attractions include water sports, jai alai, museums, the Miami Sea aquarium, the Metro zoo and even an ancient Spanish monastery. ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006