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Beach holiday for this summer!

Escape from all the things in the world to a place where you can find white sand, combined with sparkling clear sea water and comfortable breeze will always give us a calm feeling. The place where you can find all of the calmness is the beach.

Going to beach might be the highlight of your holiday where you can claim yourself! Make your dream vacation beach come true by looking for hotel deals and cheap hotel near the beach or nearby town. Do control the calls that you made during your holiday by using phone card and calling card. Record your travel experience using good web hosting

Beach vacation or holiday does not only include lying in the beach but also enjoy the nearby cuisine, beach nightlife, visiting historical site, playing water sport, diving, kayaking and many more.

Different beach in the world offers different beach perspective to enjoy from; glamorous, natural beauty, authentic, the water, beautiful landscape etc.

In this article, there are 5 beaches in the world that is recognized for its beauty and the feel that the beach gives to its visitor:

Las Islas Cies, Galicia, Spain

Going to Spain will not be complete without visiting the famous, natural and full of beauty Las Islas Cies. Las Islas Cies can be reached by boat from Baiona. The trip takes approximately 40 minutes. What makes Las Islas Cies wild beach is the fact that the beach used to be a pirates haunt, and now it has become unspoiled place where visitor only allowed visiting during summer. Lose yourself in Las Islas Cies.

Amalfi ,Italy

In this gorgeous beach in Italy, you can also explore the culture of the village and traditional building nearby. Amalfi is no doubt a first choice for beach holiday in Italy. Explore Amalfi beach by swimming and do all of the water sports. And if you feel a bit adventurous, climb on the hills or even go down the nearby cliffs.

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Top Attractions in Sydney

Situated on Australia’s south east coast Sydney is also known as ‘The Harbour City’. It’s home to many tourist attractions and famous landmarks and it’s also filled with culture and variety.

What are the must see sights in Sydney?

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish Architect Jørn Utzon and is today one of the most recognisable and world-renowned 20th century buildings. It’s not only home to the many touring theatres, musical productions and ballets, but it’s also home to Opera Australia, the Sydney Symphony, The Sydney Theatre Company and the Sydney Opera House Trust.

The Sydney Opera House has 5 main entertainment and performance venues:

The Concert Hall – can seat up to 2,679 people.
The Drama Theatre – can seat up to 544 people.
The Opera Theatre – can accommodate up to 1,507 people.
The Studio – can seat a maximum of 400 people.
The Playhouse – 398 seats available here.

Each venue is in its own right magnificent and offers top class, modern facilities. You’ll also find several restaurants as well as a number of souvenir shops here.

Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour is said to be the most beautiful and natural harbour in the world, spanning a distance of 240km of shoreline in tranquil and beautiful surroundings. Along Sydney Harbour you’ll find many parks, gardens and nature reserves and of course you can’t miss the exclusive houses overlooking its beautiful harbour. A walk along its shoreline or a cruise is a must.

Sydney Tower

Want a bird’s eye view of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House? Sydney Tower takes you to the highest point in the city.

Construction of the Sydney Tower began in 1970 and was completed and officially opened in August 1981. Today it continues to be one of the main attractions in Sydney offering a wonderful view over the city as well as a range of top class facilities.

Hailed as one of the safest buildings in the world, it has countless sprinklers, over one million Australian dollars worth of fire safety equipment, a dampening system that involves 162,000 litres of water and 56 cables that can withstand extreme gale-force winds and earthquakes.

The Sydney Tower truly is an amazing structure that includes two levels of restaurants including one that rotates! There’s a host of cafés to choose from, and a spectacular observation viewing platform.

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach, the city’s well known beach famous for its surf, is a must when in Sydney and it’s a place in which you can kick back and relax on its golden strand under the warm Australian skies.

Watch the world go by from one of the many restaurants and cafés dotted along Bondi’s promenade or browse the many shops and souvenir shops in the area.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge links Sydney city to North Sydney. It took a total of 8 years to build and was officially opened in March 1932.

Sydney Harbour Bridge consists of 58 tonnes of steel and extends 134 meters above sea level at the highest point. There are 8 lanes of roadway and 2 railway tracks. There’s also a footway, and walkers can avail of the walkway on the eastern side and another on the western side. On the western side there’s also a bicycle lane.

In 1998 Sydney Harbour Bridge launched ‘The Bridge Climb’ which is certainly not for the faint hearted, or people afraid of heights! Get your adrenaline pumping and reach new heights with this amazing tour of steps and ladders over Sydney Harbour Bridge!

Once you’ve reached the top you’re assured of great views over Sydney, the Harbour and you can check out the amazing construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

There are day and ‘Twilight Tours’ available.

There are so many more top attractions and sights to mention but the above are the main attractions that are a must when in Sydney.
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Sydney Australia – Travel Tips

So here are some travel tips for things to do in Sydney, Australia!

Sydney Beaches

Sydney is renowned for its beach-side suburbs, which include Manly, Bondi and Cronulla plus plenty more. During summer, these beaches are packed full of swimmers, who flock to enjoy the city’s beautiful sandy beaches. Like Rio de Janiero and Los Angeles, Sydney is somewhat unique in that it’s a major metropolis surrounded by beautiful beaches, making it an ideal holiday spot. If you’re heading to the beach in Sydney, don’t forget your sunglasses, hat, and sunscreen, as the UV rays here are extremely high.

Trains, buses & ferries

A combination of all these modes of transport is the best way to enjoy both the tourist and resident experiences of Sydney. A rental car is best acquired for trips outside the CBD; the nearby Blue Mountains are just one of many scenic destinations you can reach from Sydney if you have a vehicle. Within Sydney city itself, however, public transport can very often be faster than driving. Sydney’s integrated ticketing system, permitting travel across trains, buses and ferries on a single ticket, makes traveling on any mode of public transport easy.

Of all the trips you can take in Sydney, the ferry to Manly is a great one for any tourist, offering great view of the Sydney skyline and its beautiful harbour. Ferries can take half-an-hour to travel from Circular Quay to Manly, a refreshing tour itself and a great way of seeing the city. To catch the Manly Ferry, you’ll need to head to the terminal at Circular Quay: easy to find right between the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sydney Landmarks

The Centrepoint Tower, Sydney’s largest building, rises high about the Sydney cityscape and is an amazing sight to behold from Darling Harbour. The elevator ride and revolving restaurant at its top are well worth doing for the 360-degree panorama of Sydney on a fine day.Like any major destination, Sydney has its fair share of tourist attractions. In Sydney, though, it really is worth seeing all the famed attractions: Bondi Beach, Manly, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour…. All these places really do live up to the hype, and it’s great to cross them all off your list before you go on to enjoy all the rest of the things to do Sydney has to offer.

Sydney CBD

The central city of Sydney is an interesting mix of old and new architecture, parks, and streets, with many unique characters represented. Take a wander around and see what you find. Don’t miss The Rocks: this re-developed historic precinct is located just outside the main financial district, and offers a blend of the original colonial settlement and early Sydney architecture with the latest in Sydney culture.

Eating in Sydney

In multicultural Sydney you’ll be able to sample a variety of cuisines, including Asian, Indian, European and Middle Eastern dining. Fine food venues in Sydney can often be found overlooking the harbour, or along the waterfront at Darling Harbour and the Rocks, meaning a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. The city has many tourist hangouts, however if you want to experience real Sydney cuisine, find where the locals eat and go there.

Prices are generally a little more expensive than Brisbane and other major Australian cities, in keeping with the higher cost of living here. There is a national Goods and Service Tax (GST), to which tips can be added at your discretion, though these are by no means necessary.

Sydney Fashion

Sydney is home to names like Akira Isogawa, Marcs, Morrisey and Collette Dinnigan, so for those fashionistas amongst us, you won’t want to skip taking a stroll down George Street for your fix. Take a look also at The Rocks precinct for boutique shopping and hip haute couture. Sydney is home to a lot of Australia’s glitz and glam, so fashion is a major commodity in Sydney. That said, most Australians are fairly laid-back about dress sense, so you won’t need to worry about dressing up unless it’s a formal occasion.
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Best & Top Airport Hotel for your to consider to stay for Next holiday!

If your flight is delayed for a few hours or even days, you might to think about using calling card or phone card to call your loved one or spending some time having a nice shower or have a bath or even sleep in a comfortable bed after a long flight in airport hotel. In some country the travel time from the tourist destination area to the airport can take hours; some travelers might also favor to stay at airport hotel during their last stay at the city that they spent their holiday on. Share your travel experience in travel blog or even create your own blog by using good web hosting

Some of you might think that staying in airport hotels is a bad idea, even for a few hours; however after reading this article, you will be surprised of it! Pamper yourself in indulgence of the best chosen airport hotel in the world in random order:

Pan Pacific International Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Pan Pacific International Hotel Kuala Lumpur (

Pan Pacific International Hotel is reachable within 5 minutes walk from the sky bridge. It is a very inviting hotel to stay after a long, tiring flight. The hotel also provides buggies to pick you up from the airport to the hotel.

Pan Pacific has all the facilities from beautiful outdoor pool, sauna and steam facilities and even tennis court.

Pan Pacific has been voted for “Best Airport Hotel in Asia” for seventh times and now is voted as “World Leading Airport Hotel in 2009”

 Radisson Blu Hotel Frankfurt am Main – Germany

Radisson Blu Hotel Frankfurt am Main (

Radisson SAS Frankfurt is has unique exterior and with modern and contemporary interior decor. It has massive conference space, seven meeting rooms and pillar-free ballroom. In addition it also has big fitness centre and great view from pool area. Can’t get enough of that? Radisson SAS Frankfurt has also 4 delicious restaurants to choose from; Coast Brasserie and Oyster Bar offer an authentic cuisine.

Sofitel London Heathrow

Sofitel Hotel Heathrow London (

In Sofitel London Heathrow, you can find all the things that 5 star hotel offers; tea salon, lobby bar, fine dining, rooms equipped with wireless interned, LCD TV, iPod docks, climate controls, coffee makers, refrigerators, bath tub, shower etc.

And if you decide to try the Imperial Suite, the suite is equipped by beautifully design Swarovski crystal for the lights.

Not only Sofitel London is near the airport, but also it is very convenient to stay in case the travelers wanting to travel by rail service to central London.

Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich

Kempinski Hotel Airport Munich (

Kempinski Hotel is located between 2 Munich airport terminals. For travelers who want to spend a few hours in the hotel, you can also enjoy the spa, fitness and pool offer by Kempinski. For food, travelers can also choose between 3 famous cuisine; Charles Lindbergh and Safran which allows traveler to enjoy Thai and Mediterranean food.

Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport

Westin Hotel Metropolitan Airport Detroit (

Westin Detroit is the hotel that you must experience if you decide to rest for a few hours before your next flight or stay for your last day of travel at Detroit. Westin has cool and comfortable surrounding to make your stay memorable. Westin Detroit is known for its “Heavenly Beds”, “Heavenly bath”. Come to Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport Hotel to experience it

Hyatt Regency Hotel International Airport Orlando

Hyatt Regency Hotel International Airport Orlando (

Hyatt Regency Hotel International Airport is located in the main terminal of Orlando Airport. During your stay in this hotel, you can also have convenience to travel to Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and the Kennedy Space Center by using the shuttle services provided by the hotel. So you waste no time from airport to hotel and to the tourist destination for your family.

To make it more convenient, the hotel bellman can meet you at your baggage claim place. The hotel itself is designed to provide a calming atmosphere for its guest arriving from a long hour’s plane.

Aloft Philadelphia Airport

Aloft Hotel Airport Philadelphia (

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Travel around Sydney in just 2 days

Sydney has the biggest population in Australia and is one the most famous tourist destination. When travelling to Australia, you ought to visit Sydney even though your visiting time is limited. Even by only two days, you can have a taste of Sydney!

In Sydney there are a lot of hotel deals and cheap hotel. Do not leave Sydney out when visiting Australia.

Here you will find information of attraction, excursion and destination in Sydney that you have to see when travelling in Sydney for short visit. Even for short visit, prepare to use phone card and calling card to make overseas calls

Sydney Opera House 

Like Eiffel Tower, the landmark of France, Pyramid the landmark of Egypt, Sydney Opera House is the landmark of Australia. It is one of the iconic buildings that was built in 20th century and was titled a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 28 June 2007. Sydney Opera House marks not only the city of Sydney but also an icon for Australia.

Opera House hosts various even such as concerts, symphony, opera, ballets and many more. Enjoy the experience watching the shows in Sydney Opera house if you have time.

Sydney Opera House is a must visit site. Enjoy the view of the surrounding when you walk along Sydney Opera House, its unforgettable view.

Sydney Opera House Balcony by Tostie14

 Mrs Macquire Chair

From Mrs Macquire Chair you can catch a very good view of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is a view that is worth a million, money can’t buy the view. You have you go to Sydney and experience it.

To get into Macquire chair, you can walk from Sydney Opera house, to all the way to Royal Botanical Garden.

Circular Quay

Circular Quay by amandabhslater

In Circular Quay, you can find lots of ferries.  Take the ferry and (about 30 minutes) go to Manly beach, a favourite getaways for people who live in Sydney.  Go there and see the beach yourself! If you don’t like to get into water, relax yourself by sitting in the cafe near the beach drinking coffee, chocolate and eating a slice of cake, whilst enjoy the water’s view. Not only you can see Sydney beach, but also enjoy the ferry ride too.

Royal Botanic Garden

Sydney Royal Botanic Garden @

 This Botanic Garden is a park just a few minutes travelling by bus from Sydney Opera house. It is a big garden and sometimes you can also get lost in there. Just remember where you came in from. It is worth to visit and furthermore, it is free!

Walk into the garden, enjoy the view of wonderful plants, trees, birds and catch the view of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera house. Add little picnic if you like under the shaded tree. However visiting Botanical Garden is not suggested during winter, because it can get very cold and windy.

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Feel the pleasure of Australian Holidays

Lately, Australia has emerged to be one of the best vacation spots in the world. However, this wasn’t the scenario twenty years ago. Very few visitors preferred Australian Holidays as their vacation. Tourism then was not so developed though.

However, things have changed now. Along with exquisite holidays, Australia also offers adventurous holidays, which is gaining lot of attention these days. The variety offered by this continent ranges from beaches to islands to nightlife, which is more than enough to define a complete holiday package. An Australian Holidays is a remarkable blend of nature and manmade experiences.

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Sydney: One-week Australian walkabout from $1,199 per person


 Sydney: One-week Australian walkabout from $1,199 per person










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Cheap Hotels In Sydney To Stay In



Sydney Coogee beach (

Sydney Coogee beach (

Sydney is located on the east coast of Australia. It is staff capital of the New Southern Wales. Sydney is located on one of the most beautiful ports in the world – that is why it is called “city Harbor”. Tourist and local residents love the known sights of a city, including Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Opera building in Sydney. As the most famous city-cosmopolitan in Australia, it proposes fine beaches, such as Cogee and Bondi, the modern shopping centers, known parks and luxury of a world class, and also cheap hotels of Sydney.

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