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Stay In New York's Sleekest: The Lowell Hotel One of the sleekest neighborhoods in New York City is the Upper East Side. Located off the Madison Avenue on a street punctuated by leafy trees is the Lowell Hotel. Here, luxury meets comfort. It introduces you to the legendary New York hospitality. You certainly cannot get better than this. read more
Top 5 Budget Friendly Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur is the capital of the Republic of Malaysia and one of the most visited cities in Asia. Of course you would love to know where you can get cheap but quality food in the city...and I have made your task easy by listing the best 5 of such eateries. read more
Where is the Copper Canyon? And What Is It All About? There is one Canyon that is grander than the Grand Canyon, the Copper Canyon. Also referred to as Barranca del Cobre in Spanish, the Copper Canyon is a group of six canyons in the Mexican south western part of Chihuahua Region, specifically at a place called the Sierra Madre Occidental. read more
Jamaica is heavily endowed with water systems. Perhaps this is best demonstrated by the number of spectacular waterfalls you are going to find here. read more
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5 Boutique Hotels you need to consider staying at in Budapest Here, don't head straight to the hotels that are haunted by most international visitors. You are unlikely to get the authentic feel of the country there. Instead, head to the boutique hotels haunted by the locals. read more
Club Med Les Deus Alpes The Club Med Les Deus Alpes sits pretty on the sunny slopes of Southern Alps in France. It is one of those ideal family holiday spots that you take the family for a bonding vacation. read more
Budapest Marriott Hotel The Marriott brand rules everywhere it sets it foot. From Dubai to New York, you will find this chain of hotels the most respected institutions. In Budapest, the Marriott has outdone itself. Not only does it have one of the most exclusive addresses in Budapest - along River Danube - but also shares streets with the Hungarian Parliament and Buda Castle. Now tell me you wouldn't want to stay here during your trip to Budapest... read more
Eden Gold International Club Holiday Inn It has elected not to be flaunted on the magazines. It remains an exclusive destination for those travellers that have done their homework researching for a destination that is off-the-beaten-path. read more
Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino Even here, the Marriot flag soars high, proud in the recognition that few of its competitors can match its luxury facilities, world-class restaurants and highly trained staff. read more
Visit the Byzantine Museum and uncover this hidden gem Along the Vassilissis Sofias Avenue in Athens, Greece, you will find a hidden gem which many a tourist would be glad they knew of before they went to Greece. Its name is the Byzantine and Christian Museum. read more
You didn't visit Athens if you missed the Plaka Welcome to the old and historical Plaka neighborhood in Athens. And it’s true, there is no better place to sample the authentic Greek culture than in this neighborhood and hence the popular saying that states that 'You didn't visit Athens if you missed the Plaka'. read more
Discover the history of the Temple of Hephaestus The temple is categorized as a Doric Peripheral Temple, and is perched on Agoraios Kolonos hill in the northwestern side of the Agora of Athens. read more
Holašovice Historical Village Reservation Have you heard of a building style that is called South Bohemian Folk Baroque that was developed in the Middle Ages to preserve the ground plan? Well, only in very few Bohemian villages will you find such architecture. One such village is known as Holasovice, one of the best preserved 18th and 19th century central European Village. read more
Cultural Landscape of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces you gotta go here The Honghe Hani Rice Terraces are located on the banks of Hong River and beautifully cascades down the slopes of Ailao Mountains. The terraces were carved out of a dense forest by the Hani people who had migrated from northwest some 1300 years ago. On some of the places, there are over 3000 terraces, mostly between the lower edges of the terraces and the floor of the valley. read more
Mount Wuyi you gotta go here One of the most outstanding subtropical forests in the world is to be found in south East China at a place called Mount Wuyi. It is a habitat to some of the oldest species in the world. To this, add the Nine Bend River, many temples, numerous monasteries, ruins, and the ever majestic riverine landscape and you have a must visit destination. read more
Mountain Resort and its Outlying Temples, Chengdu you gotta go here Chinese landscaping and integrating of buildings into the natural environment is legendary. This fact is best illustrated by the Mountain Resort and its outlying ensemble of temples. The Mountain Resort was built and landscaped during the reign of the Qing Dynasty. It has a very rich cultural, political and historical significance to the Chinese People. It was the final flowering place of the Chinese feudal Society. read more
Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor you gotta go here In the year 210 BC, Emperor Qin became the first Chinese Emperor to unify China. However, it was not until 1974 that his burial site was discovered. It is no doubt there are many unearthed statues that still remain at this site, but whatever has been discovered is earth shattering. The emperor was buried with terracotta warriors who also had horses, chariots, and weapons. read more


The Emerald Isle is closer than you might think. Starting June 15, 2014* WestJet will be offering their first transatlantic service from St. John's, Newfoundland to Dublin, Ireland, with connecting service from several other Canadian destinations.

Did you know that St. John's is closer to Dublin than Calgary? And once you get there, Dublin Airport provides more than 100 non-stop flights to other European destinations. Whether it is your final destination or a jumping off point to Europe and beyond, WestJet is happy to help you get across the pond and UNIGLOBE Travel can take care of all your travel needs.

Scheduled service starts daily from St. John's on June 15, 2014 to October 5, 2014

Toronto (direct same plane), Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax, Hamilton, Kelowna, Montreal, Ottawa, Thunder Bay, Vancouver, Victoria, Winnipeg to Dublin**  - daily June 15, 2014 to October 5, 2014

**Available daily through connections. Guests flying from Toronto will stop in St. John's but will have the same plane to Dublin.

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The best pizza places in Catania On the east coast of the Italian city of Sicily lays the beautiful city of Catania. It overlooks the Ionian Sea, between Messina and Syracuse. Like in all popular tourist destinations, Catania boasts a host of Italian pizza joints. Below are the top rated pizza places in the city. read more
Why you need to travel to the French Alps French Alps is part of the Alp Mountain Ranges that is located in Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur regions. The most prominent feature of the French Alps is Mont Blanc that straddles the French-Italian Border and which takes the tag of being the highest mountain in Western Europe at 4,808 meters (15,774 ft.). read more
Best Burger joints in San Jose San Jose is the County Seat of the Santa Clara County, the third largest city in California, and the 10th largest city in the United States. It is the largest city within the Silicon Valley and is part of the larger Bay Area. read more