Mykonos The Greek islands attract people from all over the world and the most popular of these pieces of paradise is Mykonos. It features an exciting nightlife and a cosmopolitan atmosphere that attracts visitors of all ages who come for a number of reasons. The island is famous for partying, relaxation, picturesque villages and magnificentContinue reading “The Greek Island Of Mykonos”
One of the worlds great natural harbors, see where you’ll dock, local attractions, transportation and history of this fantastic port of call.
Planning a vacation to Walt Disney World. Understanding the Disney World transportation options can help a lot with your plans. Information on Monorails, boats and Sky Cars and the hotels associated with each.
Mykonos Greece – where your ship docks, getting around, attractions to see, beaches to visit, currency and shopping. Part of the Cruise Ports of Call guides from Intend2Travel.
Introduction The Cruise Port of Civitavecchia is a seaside city and the port serving the city of Rome. The city is served by frequent train service from and to Rome along with regular service to other Italian destinations. The Cruise port is only a short five or six block walk from the train station alongContinue reading “Civitavecchia – Port of Call Rome”
Amsterdam for the Spring Tulips The Keukenhof is coming and you can save a Euro or two by buying your tickets directly from the vendor, Ticketbar. If you are going to be anywhere near Holland this Spring you should do yourself a favor and look into a visit to the worlds biggest tulip festival, theContinue reading “The Keukenhof 2018”
Using Rome Public Transit The Rome public transportation system is an integrated network of fast rail (Metro), trams, regional trains and buses that serve Rome and outlying suburbs. The Metro is the easiest to figure out and the fastest way to get around Rome. It consists of three lines, the A, that runs east west,Continue reading “Getting Around In Rome (Part 2)”
Before you plan a trip to “The World” it might be helpful to understand the transportation systems. The basic drive in and spend a day at a park is pretty straight forward. Get inside The World and follow the signs to the selected park. Pay about $20, park and take the transports to the parkContinue reading “Getting Around Disney World”