Friday, December 25, 2009

Christmas in Disney World


A greetings of Merry Merry Christmas and a prosperous happy New Year .
Disney world celebrating for a great Christmas and give warm welcome for the fruitful new year. Experienced the wonder land and full of fantasy at Disney world. See and watch in real princes character like Cinderella and many more. The famous Mickey, Mini and the cartoon family will be there to welcome you in the place.
Accommodating for any occasion and great vacation. The resort, fine dining and shopping
store is all there.
Theme park which kids and any age will love. The fantastic rides that you wanting to experienced.

A Christmas show Celebration is a great time to visit here in Disney world where you can see and watch a lot of great and famous performer singer like Celene Dion and many more. Dancing parade with different costume character is great to watch also.

Watch and take different picture of wonderful fire works and Christmas light which in light the dream castle and whole place.

A dream come true to every one thanks a lot and Again Merry Christmas and Happy Prosperous New Year.......

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Dollywood theme park

Looking for place where to celebrate Christmas? Dollywood theme park is one of great place to visit. Dollywood is located southeast of Knoxville, Tennessee and just north of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
As you enter the gates of Dollywood you will begin your Exploration through the “Craftsmen’s Valley” that offers a shady walk through a genuine holler past all sorts of working craftspeople, chefs cooking in huge cast iron skillets over open fires, and a winding brook. The Steam train takes you on an exploration of times gone by with over 5 miles of track. You will explore the high ridges of the Smokies and back
again on this unique visit in the Smokies.
The amusement park Dollywood is much more than fun-loving rides; it is The E-Pod of the South with Exploration, Entertainment, and Education. Month of November the park start for Christmas decoration and wrapped in Christmas light. Very attractive place and full of spirit of Christmas. Around the bend you will be Entertained by Gospel Groups, Musicals of the 50’s, Celebration Shows of the Heritage of The Great Smoky Mountains, and so much more. The shows are some of the best entertainment at Dollywood. Throughout the year there are several festivals inside the park, including a traditional Smoky Mountain Christmas Celebration and a Fall Harvest Festival complete with bluegrass and country music. The Smoky Mountain Christmas Celebration includes thousands of lights throughout the park and many Christmas themed live shows. A summer concert series features more than 50 names in country music. With all these exciting events comes some of the best food in the south. You will eat some of the best bar-b-que and chicken this side of Memphis, Tennessee!

Colorful Christmas lights in Dollywood main street

The great stage show and museum will bring you back the life style of country side. You will learned a lot things about their life style and you can appreciate how they worth it and enjoy their life living in the smokey mountain. Not only for that you can allow your children also to be Educated as they see where “Challenger” the Bald Eagle lives. Yes, Dollywood is the place that houses the Eagle Foundation. You will see demonstrations of how Eagles, Owls, Hawks, and other endangered species are cared for.

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Monday, December 14, 2009

Hollywood Christmas Parade


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November 29, 2009 the annual Hollywood Christmas Parade at City of Los Angeles California. The Christmas parade was started since 1928 and was suspended for three years during World War II. This annual Christmas parade is served an American tradition for over 80 years. The parade route included Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard, 3.2 miles in total. The sponsor had estimated that tens of thousands of people would watch on the way, and millions of people would view it on TV. Many audience members came to the spot several hours in advance. Some people came with the whole family, and brought camp stools and blankets.

The parade procession was composed of drum and bugle corps, equestrians, floats, big balloons, classical cars with government officials and Hollywood stars, and fire engines. Santa Claus gave out small gifts to children on the way and extended festival greetings to the spectators. There are important participant also of this event one of that is Susan Luci was inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2006 and garnered her own Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on January 28, 2005. That date will stay in memories of fans of Lucci as much as the day she won the Emmy Award® in May of 1999. This tremendous honor is the icing on the cake of an incredible career as Erica Kane on All My Children. In fact, she has been honored with many awards over the course of her career spanning from her tireless work with children, her passionate dedication to her community and in celebration of her work as an actress.In fact, when VH-1 named her one of their “200 Top Icons of all Time,” Lucci was thrilled and honored by the reference. Her work and her contributions to the entertainment community and beyond have become timeless. Any new endeavor she partakes only continues to add dimension to her already multi-faceted and award winning career.As the most famous face in daytime television history, Lucci has held audiences spellbound for years as the sexy, sassy, beautiful “woman you love to hate,” Erica Kane on ABCs Daytime Drama Series, All My Children.In May 1999, all of America stood and cheered when Susan Lucci won the Emmy Award® for “Best Actress.” It was a historic moment not only for Susan Lucci, but for all of television.

The perennial favorite of young and old! The Christmas is not complete with out him

Children of all ages line the streets of Hollywood, each year, eagerly anticipating the arrival of Santa Claus and the official start of the Holiday Season. For those lucky bystanders, a wink and wave from St. Nick is an added blessing!


Friday, December 11, 2009

Jamaica Island

This is the lunch spot during the cruise vacation in Jamaica Island. Two months ago the friend of my husband was visiting here in our house they give a video and some pics during their cruise vacation over Jamaica Island.
Me and my hubby are interesting for cruise vacation soon that's why I got interest to post Jamaica and Caribbean. This two places are popular for the cruise destination and booming places now a day for a professional tourist spot. The world class blue green crystal beach and natural beauty of
places is the one reason why people love to visit
over there.

The Montego Bay and Ocho Rios Jamaica is one of the known places for destination. You can enjoy set sail for Dunn's River Falls on this first class catamaran at Ocho Rios. Sail along the scenic coastline to a pristine snorkeling location and see the beauty of Jamaica below the sea. Once at the base of Dunn's River Falls you can climb the cascading waters of this magical location. Jamaica Cruise has established itself as a leader in providing professional and personalized independent tours that offer both quality and value to cruise ship passengers and hotel guests alike in both Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. Jamaica Cruise is proud to celebrate all the wonders that make Jamaica one of the Caribbean's most popular cruise ship and vacation destinations. Jamaica's natural beauty is exemplified by an array of amazing tours and excursions, and especially by the warm and wonderful people who welcome you to it's sun drenched shores.

They offer also the exclusive Tours from Ocho Rios and Montego Bay were specially selected to appeal to visitors of all ages, and provide an array of options to suit any tastes. Whether you are arriving by cruise ship or staying in a local resort, hotel or villa they offer a personalized service that is unmatched in the industry. Lets start planning now to have tour experience over there!!! Enjoy....

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh lies where the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet to form the Ohio River, in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania. First an 18th-century French fortress and trading post, Fort Duquesne, then the British Fort Pitt, the city emerged as an industrial powerhouse in the 1800s, mostly due to iron and steel production. Today, the days of steel manufacturing are mostly gone, and with them the industrial pollution that earned the city the nickname "Smoky City." Pittsburgh is a beautiful, dynamic city full of sights and attractions sure to please the avid sports fan, history enthusiast, culture maven, or outgoing child. Whether you're in town for a visit, or just looking for something new to try, these must-see Pittsburgh spots offer something for everyone.

Top 10 to do in Pittsburgh :

1. Mt. Washington and the Inclines
No Visit Pittsburgh is complete without a ride on one of the restored 1800s inclines to the top of Mt. Washington - just across the river from downtown Pittsburgh. There are plenty of great restaurants to choose from on top of this former "Coal Hill," and the stunning view of downtown (especially beautiful at night) was ranked by USA Today as the second best beautiful place in America.
2. Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center
This former ice house has been reborn as a seven-story museum, with interactive exhibits that bring more than 250 years of Western Pennsylvania history to life. Discover how immigrants shaped the region, uncover the myths of the Underground Railroad or climb aboard a 1940s Pittsburgh trolley. Two floors are dedicated to the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum. After all, what's the history of Pittsburgh without Franco Harris, Mario Lemieux, Roberto Clemente, Arnold Palmer and the gang.

3. The National Aviary
Just across the Allegheny River from the History Center is the National Aviary, where over 600 of the world's most incredible birds are displayed in naturalistic exhibits and walk-through habitats. Marvel at hummingbirds the size of a thumb or Andean Condors with giant 10-foot wingspans at the nation's premiere bird zoo!

4. The Strip
Join locals for a Saturday tour in Pittsburgh's popular warehouse district. Grab a g reat cup of coffee and a fresh biscotti, before taking a stroll through this combination farmer's market/street fair. Vendors, shops and exotic grocery stores offer everything from kitchenware to costumes and Steelers merchandise to fresh flowers and fish.

5. Andy Warhol Museum
Campbells soup cans anyone? Continue your exploration of Pittsburgh at the Andy W arhol Museum, an ultramodern tribute to the founder of pop art. The most comprehensive single artist museum in the world houses more than 4,000 works of art, including paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, films, and videos, from this native Pittsburgh artist. While dedicated to Andy Warhol, the museum also hosts rotating exhibits by artists who push the boundaries of art, just as Warhol did.
6. Carnegie Museum of Art & Natural History
The Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History combine two world renowned museums in one unforgettable visit. Same day admission to both museums provides a wide variety of things to explore, and many sections include hands-on activities where children are encouraged to touch as well as look. Enjoy one of the best dinosaur exhibits in the world, breathtaking gems and minerals, an extensive Native American gallery, plus the museum ranked by Child Magazine among the "10 Best Art Museums for kids.
7. Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Stroll through one of the largest Victorian "glass houses" in the country to see towering tropical plants that were the original seedlings at the 1890 Exposition, beautiful orchids, indoor and outdoor gardens, and a fabulous bonsai collection. Children will revel in the Discovery Garden, where they are invited to exercise their green thumbs and explore the world of plants and flowers, worms and all. Seasonal exhibits include a butterfly garden, flower shows, and a miniature railroad display.

8. Carnegie Science Center & UPMC Sportsworks
It's an "amusement park for the mind" at this large science museum, where more than 250 hands-on, interactive exhibits bring together science and fun for all ag

es. Tour a WWII submarine, marvel at a four-story Omnimax film, or tour Southwestern Pe nnsylvania via miniature railroad - all under one roof. Then, race against an Olympic sprinter, try out your fastball, or climb a rock wall, all at the place where science and sports comes together - UPMC SportsWorks next door!

9. The Mattress Factory
Get into art - literally! The beds are gone, and this former mattress factory is now home to a one of a kind arts experience. The Mattress Factory museum of contemporary art is the best facility for installation art in the United States, all created by in-residence artists. From floors made of green-apple candy to a frozen room full of Victorian furniture, the avant-garde art is sometimes a bit bewildering, but always fun.

10. National Classrooms at the Cathedral of Learning
Located in the inspiring Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus, each of the 24 classrooms reflects the culture and heritage of one of the area's diverse ethnic groups, and represents that nationality's contribution to the fabric of Pittsburgh. Visit the classroom that represents your heritage and establish your own emotional bond with the peoples of Pittsburgh! An interesting attraction that defies description.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

City Center Las Vegas

The Presentation of CITY CENTER Project in Las Vegas
The one project change the face of Vegas and give more
world class features that any one love to visit for more class events and activities
hosted by this place.


VIVA Las Vegas

The video taken last November 2009 I hope every one love it for the development of LAS VEGAS
The project is expecting to be done this coming 2010. Another world class attraction they will offer
and many more tourist coming here to check and enjoying the place....


Las Vegas City Center

VIVA Las Vegas known as the Capital City In The World. The Down town of Vegas is full of fun began a century ago. There is a lot of changes and improved of this Place known about glamorous straight, big hotels, a lot of casino, big time entertainment and the wild night life event.
Like most things in Vegas, downtown shows best at night, when the Fremont Street Experience lights up and street performers entertain the crowds. You can experience a spectacular $70-million canopy of light and sound, envelopes the historic hotels and casinos along four blocks of Fremont Street.

Downtown is where you'll find the brighter-than-day white lights of Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel. Or the Golden Nugget, where casino mogul Steve Wynn founded an empire. Or the venerable Golden Gate, Vegas' first hotel, built in 1906, which is still pulling them in from Fremont Street.

The Project City Center is the one will change the face of Vegas this coming 2010 the building center in almost done and they start open the site of it. The picture captures is presenting for futuristic new look, typified by the new Project CityCenter. The 66 acre development is created by MGM Mirage as a mixed-used urband center that appeals to local residents as well as tourist.
Project CityCenter, which will be located on the site of the Boardwalk Hotel-Casino, is still in the developmental process. The initial design phase is scheduled to take about 18 months.
The first phase of the project will include 1,650 luxury condominium-hotel units along with a 4,000-room hotel-casino; three 400-room boutique hotels; and 550,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space. Construction of the first phase will take approximately 42 months, with an opening anticipated in 2010.

Project CityCenter will be located on Las Vegas Boulevard, between Bellagio and the Monte Carlo. U.S. Highway 95 and Interstate 15 provide access to other locations in the Las Vegas valley. The Project CityCenter will provide high-rise living on the Las Vegas Strip. The Project will offer great views of the city, the mountains and the glittering Strip. The on-Strip location will provide easy access to the exciting casinos, restaurants and nightlife that Las Vegas has to offer. Vegas also is known for wedding reception and have a big Theme park for huge roller coaster. This a place where offer a lot of things for a life pleasure.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Novotel Clarke Quay Singapore

The Novotel Clarke Quay Singapore is the great place to stay for any traveler. It is a heart of the business center and excellent for the entertainment area in the City of Singapore. The location is near from the city business commercial area and features to comport that can be expected to be one of the top group hotel in the world.

All 420 rooms features a multimedia computer so that any
one enjoy staying there even they will not bring any lap top
they still have computer access. There are 7 meetings rooms, a fitness center, nice swimming pool, a nice view of restaurant and bar.

The Singapore River is the one attractive of the place, people love to walking specially at nights because of the glamours light. It was on its banks that the foundations for modern Singapore were laid more than 150 years ago. Beginning life as a humble bustling fishing village, it soon developed into a busy seaport as trade increased between the East and West.
It wasn't long before industrious stevedores and hardworking Samsui women filled the streets and enterprising hawkers packed the alleyways with their fares. Fishermen, traders and workers from across Asia and Europe soon flooded in - adding diversity, colour, and life into the thriving and vibrant community.

In the present you can see the attraction of the place lying near the mouth of the Singapore River, the site of Clarke Quay was the centre of commerce during the late 19Th century. Today, Clarke Quay is still buzzing with life and activity. The waterfront go downs now play host to a colourful kaleidoscope of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops. The bustling market atmosphere of bygone days comes alive amidst the rows of charming shop houses, pushcarts, and five-foot-way merchants.
Today, Clarke Quay is a delightful mix of modern and traditional. A reminder of its rich heritage is reflected in the vibrantly orchestrated concept. Their vision - an innovative approach which boldly reflects the heritage and charm of Clarke Quay.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Isla Reta Island

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The Isla Reta Resort is located in Samal Island of Davao, Philippines it is 20 minutes away from downtown of Davao City. Isla Reta is perfect for a tight budget because it is a cheaper Resort like when I and my cousin went there we just paid like 10 pesos head plus boating 15 pesos. It is a place good for a group reunion or any occasion. They have restaurant also you can order foods. Native chicken soup grill and fried is the best food over there. They have space also for camping so you can bring any camping materials like tent, it is the best for couples and love ones so you can enjoy the braze during night and the music of waves. This is a wider beach that's why I like it and the blue green crystal water which you can admire most.

You can go this place through boating mostly people come here bring their own foods and drinks they will not charge any so that's the good things also. The sand of Isla Reta is very fine also like other beach in the Philippines but sometimes we can see the coral reef side in the beach because it's carried by the waves. The place is great also for boating, fishing, snorkeling, diving and any activities in the beach like valley ball. The green surrounding of this place is make more beauty, they become a sun shade. They have rooms also can accommodate guess during over night or stay in for a couples of days. This place is under development also so price changes is possible...

Watch this video from Isla Reta Island Davao

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab is the 7 start hotel in Dubai,
United Arab Emirates. The tower of Arab and also know as "Arab Sail" . The building of tourist magnet of Dubai. In it's relatively short tenure on the Dubai coastline this legendary and symbolic hotel has attracted international attention and awe, ensuring its place as one of the most photographed structures in the world. Designed to resemble a billowing sail, Burj Al Arab soars to a height of 321 metres, dominating the Dubai skyline. Illuminated at night by choreographed lighting representing water and fire - Burj Al Arab is simply individual, inspired, and impressive.

This hotel is one of the most expensive hotel in the world. The cost of staying in a suite begins at US$1,000 per night; the Royal Suite is the most expensive, starting at US$28,000 per night. This is the one of the favorite hotel of Gloria Arroyo, the president of the Philippines. She was plug on stay on this Hotel that was the time she has a political controversy.This all-suite hotel reflects the very finest that the world has to offer. With a discreet in-suite check-in, private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of highly trained butlers, you can be assured of the ultimate in personal service throughout your stay. Upgrade your experience with your chauffeur driven Rolls Royce. Burj Al Arab, the most luxurious hotel in the world awaits you with the warmest welcome to enjoy a succession of magnificent festive moments that will reflect forever more in your mind’s eye. Every holidays like this coming New year and month of
December is a great time to visit in this place because of the fantastic Christmas festival.
Burj Al Arab invites you and your loved ones to experience an unforgettable Festive Season filled with finery. With a promise of magical encounters and culinary creativity, rest assured your Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations will be the perfect ending to 2009 and a magical start to the New Year. Every New year is the ideal time to experience the sheer opulence and splendour of Burj Al Arab. Wrapped in luxury and tied with an atmospheric bow of delightful beauty, enter the beginning of the next year 2010 in sophisticated style.

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The Burj Al Arab is the second tallest building in the world used exclusively as a hotel. The Burj Al Arab stands on an
artificial Island 280 m (920 ft) out from Jumeirah beach and it is connected to the mainland by a private curving bridge. It is an iconic structure, designed to symbolize Dubai's urban transformation and to mimic the sail of a boat.

The construction of Burj Al Arab began on 1994 this is very similar to Sydney with its Opera House, or Paris with the Eiffel tower. It needed to be a building that would become synonymous with the name of the country." The hotel was built by South African construction contractor Murray & Roberts. The hotel cost US$ 650 million to build.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Niagara Falls STATE PARK

Niagara Adventure Falls State Park is a great thing experienced it is located in Ontario Canada. Niagara Parks has recreated the amazing sights and sounds of the Creation of Niagara Falls. Incredible images developed with technology used previously only in satellites and medicine, will immerse you in a 4D Universal Studios-style attraction. Now a days people want to come over here to discover the adventure of the theme park design with the amazing mother nature. The illumination of the water falls during night it's incredible reflection image of the place so don't forgot to bring camera to captured different picture.

Table Rock where more people come here for the first start of Niagara adventure park be ready to your coat because the temperature will drop below 20 degree.
Niagara’s Fury is located on the upper level of the newly renovated Table Rock, right beside the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Each year millions of people come to Table Rock for an up-close view of one of the world’s most famous natural wonders – the incredible Niagara Falls. Make sure your vacation plans include spending at least half a day at Table Rock so that you can explore all this historic venue has to offer. Before entering the Attraction, an 8 minute animated show features characters that explain how the Ice Age formed Niagara Falls. Then, you enter a specially designed, 360-degree theatre for a 6 minute experience that will make you feel like you were actually there for the Creation of the Falls. After, when you step outside and look over the brink, you will see the Falls through new eyes. Or better yet, feel the thunder of this wonder of the world from the observation decks at Journey Behind the Falls. You will never look at the Falls in the same way after experiencing the Fury.
Fury Fans love the Pre-Show Animation!
Water will bubble and spray while snow falls all around. Standing on a massive platform you will feel the wrath of Mother Nature as the floor tilts and trembles beneath you. This is Niagara's Fury!

Whirlpool Aero Car
Feel and experience the transportation above the Niagara falls. The Aero car was designed by a Spanish engineer, Leonardo Torres Quevedo and has been in operation since 1916. The cable car is suspended from six sturdy cables and offers a wonderful view of the Niagara Whirlpool which is formed at the end of the rapids where the gorge turns abruptly counterclockwise and the river escapes through the narrowest channel in the gorge.

You cannot imagine how much you can do things in Niagara we know during our vacation adventure we want more activities so we got more fun. This is a place perfect for every body.
For the romance, picnic, shopping, sight seeing of
the wonderful nature. Adventure with the water falls offers a host of natural wonders beyond the Falls! Make a whole flock of new friends, bird watching at Dufferin Islands Nature Area or along the shores of the Niagara River. Explore the many trails within the lush Niagara Glen or enjoy a bike ride or hike along the scenic 56km/35mi Niagara River Recreation Trail. Bring a picnic along and enjoy the many quiet rest areas along the entire route.