Visit The Golfing Capital Of Canada

Set between the Purcell Mountains and the Rockies, the town of Kimberley boasts stunning views and attracts tourists from around the world. Visit the golfing capital of Canada and you might find not just eighteen holes, but even to a real estate agent. If not, just be happy with improving your game.
Golf courses here include Bootleg Gap. This twenty-seven hole course hires out pull carts and clubs if you travelled light. Look for junior rates and play a round with your teenager, or just use the driving range for some practice. Kimberley Golf Club dates back to the early twentieth century and continues to thrive among the competition. Find yourself some gear in the pro …

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Bergen Norway

We have to admit that Bergen is our one of our favorite towns in Norway… because there is so much history there, and because the old center seems so small and manageable.
Our most personal reason is because we have good travel buddies who have a summer hutte (a summer house) on nearby Varaldsoy Island in the middle of the Hardangerfjord. That’s relative of course…. As the crow flies, it’s not far, but by narrow roads and two ferries, it’s a two hour drive. Still Bergen is the closest airport to fly into.
And what a great city. Its Norway’s second largest city, and it’s a city with a long history. It was Norway’s capital in the …

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A Checklist Of Basic Camping Necessities

Going on an outdoor camping spree sets you to high gear – excited, are you sure you haven’t forgotten anything? Camping is a different kind of activity; you go to a far place possibly without amenities. Thus all the basic necessities should be packed. You can have the worst feeling when upon arrival at the camping site, you will find out you have forgotten “this and that”. This can already set you to a bad mood. Consequently, the expected fun has been obliterated without even having started yet.
The most practical step is to plan ahead – days or even weeks before. Make a check-list of the different outing gears and paraphernalia. Then as you put …

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Benefits of Fishing

First of all, fishing can be a great hobby that can be enjoyed solo or with another person. Either way, it can be a great chance to just relax on the water. Fishing is generally a peaceful sport, where you wait for a fish to bite. All of this time is a great opportunity to just sit back and relax.
If you are fishing solo, the water is one of the best places to sort out your thoughts. When you’re out there, no one is bothering you, and the only sounds you hear are those of nature. This is one of the best places for reflection.
Especially on the ocean where there is nothing around you but …

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Travel for Seniors

Travel for Senior Citizens and Baby Boomers
There are numerous travel programs available to seniors and baby boomers today. Deals are available for senior couples, single senior travelers and senior groups. Travel to Go is proud to offer the following information about a few of the services we recommend for seniors interested in travel.
The National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass for Seniors
One of the easiest and best ways to save money for seniors is to visit the National Park Service website and purchase the America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass – Senior Pass which costs only $10-. As age and residency must be verified, the pass must be purchased in …

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Enjoying a Round of Golf During Your Myrtle Beach Vacation

Irregardless of your age, if you enjoy playing golf, you may want to build your next vacation around this activity. Unlike many other areas, Myrtle Beach has the perfect combination of temperate climate, scenic vistas, and perfectly manicured golf courses. While you are on vacation, you may even want to consider using the time to achieve other goals.
Consider a situation where you work with an intensive management team. In many cases, your time on the golf course is an important part of brainstorming, as well as bonding with your team mates. If you have a complicated project in the works, you may want to visit Myrtle Beach as a group. Without a question, you will …

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Vacations to Go – Northern Spain by Train from Oviedo to Ferrol

We begin the second part of our train adventure in Oviedo, the capital of Asturias. Oviedo’s quaint Old Town with its maze of narrow streets clusters around the magnificent cathedral, San Salvador. It was here that King Alfonso II set in motion the enduring religious rite of Christian pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela, when, upon hearing of the discovery of the tomb St. James the Apostle, he left on the first such pilgrimage. This lovely, compact town, surrounded by mountains and beautiful green nature, was to be our base for the next few days, as we explored its lovely sights, its Museo Bellas Artes with its beautiful El Greco and Goya works, its streets dotted …

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