5 Science Museums to Visit in Europe

If you’re travelling to any of these places in Europe this year why not pack some education into your trip with a visit to a science Museum?



The top pastimes in Arizona and where to go to find them


Whether you are a resident in the US state of Arizona, or are a visitor planning a trip there, you will not go short of pastimes and activities to keep you occupied.


Student friendly locations on the East Coast of America

Students who are looking to tour the East Coast of America or those possibly looking to book a holiday should visit all or at least one of these places. The East Coast of America has the nation’s earliest history as well as being home to the most popular landmarks in the World.



How Concierges Have Stepped Up the Game

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By Kelly Potts

While technology has changed the way guests interact with resort concierges, upscale resorts are continuing to revamp their personalized service.

“The concierge desk remains the hub of the resort,” said Robbie Delaney, front office manager for The Four Seasons Scottsdale at Troon North, a AAA Five Diamond property.“ In fact, each concierge handles roughly 60 guest requests in any given day.”

Concierges typically maintain a wealth of local, insiders-only knowledge, as well as unmatched personal connections...


It Is a Cruise World After All: New Mega-Ships to Set Sail

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Story by: Kelly Potts

When it comes to cruising, think big.

Three new mega ships – cruise ships that hold more than 6,000 passengers – will be added to the cruise industry’s fleet over the next year.

Harmony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s new mega-ship, is due out in fall 2016 and will be sailing in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Oasis and Allure also will debut.

“Cruise ships are getting bigger and better,” said Amy Moreno, travel manager for AAA Arizona. “Mega ships might seem intimidating, but they’re...

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