• Amazing Bargains on Summer Travel to International Hotspots

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Summer time tends to be the most expensive time to travel, either domestically or internationally. All of the kids are off for their summer vacations and the warm weather has everyone thinking about the beach. However this summer, we are lucky enough to have steep travel bargains in beautiful countries like South Africa, Turkey, Indonesia and Brazil, all thanks to fluctuations in exchange rates. When we travel, exchange rates tend to be more of an afterthought and probably something we only consider after we arrive at the airport and head towards the currency exchange counters.

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  • The Great Outdoors: Family Vacations in Alaska

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Alaska has become one of the most popular travel destinations for families in the last decade. Dog sledding has long been an important part of Alaskan culture. It has become a well respected sport for its physical demand and amount of training required. The Iditarod Dog Sled Race, for instance, has grown into a spectator sport over the last 30 years. Over eight days, twelve dogs pull sleds through the Alaskan wilderness in hopes of winning a great prize.

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  • Explore Nanjing, the Historical Chinese City

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    As it faces the mounting pressure of the United States, China seems to be on the brink of reevaluating its currency. Experts believe that the Chinese Yuan is undervalued by as much as 40%. The exchange rate is currently 8.02 CNY = 1 USD. Therefore, with goods and services so cheap, there is no better time to experience the cultural wonders of China. Though you may be tempted to rush to the bustling and more well-known cities such as Shanghai or China’s capital, Beijing, take a moment to consider another fascinating Chinese city, Nanjing.

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  • Finding a Vacation Deal and Getting the Most Out of Your Hard Earned Money

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Travelers look to familiar names in hotels for comfort and peace of mind when traveling, whether it be abroad or domestically. The Hilton, The Marriott, and The Radisson hotels and resorts are three different but similar lines of intercontinental hotels that first come to mind when booking a hotel whether it is for a business related stay, a romantic get away or for a family vacation.

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  • Gifts From Ireland

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    From high fashion to local crafts, Ireland offers gifts of a wide range. Many places offer merchandise that is both stylish as well as unique and influenced by Irish culture, a rare combination.

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  • Turkey

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    A major part of Turkey’s campaign for acceptance into the European Union is the strengthening of its economy. This has led to the development of its tourist industry, and the rapid growth of Turkey’s popularity as a vacation spot. Thanks to this trend Turkey’s already spectacular natural, historical, and cultural sights are now more accessible to visitors than ever.

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  • Gifts From Peru

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Finding a special gift for someone while visiting Peru is an exceptionally easy task. Peruvians are known for being a unique civilization with a combination of traditions and customs from both the Andean and the Incan societies. As a result, there are many one of kind items representing the unique Peruvian culture, which can be bought in Peru and brought home for someone special.

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  • Holidays in Japan

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Although, the people of Japan celebrate several other holidays and festivals, there are over 15 declared national holidays in the country. The Public Holiday Law of 1948 establishes which occasions are declared a legal holiday. A provision of the law also established that when a national holiday lands on a Sunday, that holiday is moved to the next day as well as the provision that when a day is in between two holidays, that day should also become a holiday.

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  • Summer Travel Highlights

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    This summer, GoCurrency.com has compiled articles for travelers looking for a unique holiday experience. From travel tips and tricks to romantic getaways, there is information for everyone. Most people, however, want to spend time with their families during their time off (whether that be only immediate or extended family) and we have provided ideas and prices to suit any type of family.

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  • Week Long Getaways for Under $1000! - Canada

    Apr 13, 2012 / 9:42am

    Whether you live in Los Angeles or San Francisco, Boston or New York there is a Canadian vacation awaiting you that will still leave you with enough money to pay the bills at the end of the month. There are hundreds of choices of destinations all for under $ 1000.00 a week, including both Vancouver Island, on the west cost of Canada, and Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, on the east coast of Canada.

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