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St. John and. St. Barths - 05/08/09 12:05 PM
Summer's almost here and it's time to start thinking about getting out of town. Some of the most popular spots are St. John and St. Barthélemy (St. Barths) . Read the latest and greatest reviews of the St. John and St. Barthélemy (St. Barths), and find out which spots your should hit and which you should miss!
I don't know a lot about the island of St. John, as I am just one of thousands of cruise ship passengers who have been ferried to the island with a limited amount of time to explore, but one thing I know is (0 comments)
Oahu and Kauai Reviews - 05/08/09 11:45 AM
Summer's almost here and it's time to start thinking about getting out of town. Hawaii is always a popular spot, especially Oahu and Kauai. Read the latest and greatest reviews of the Oahu and Kauai, and find out which spots your should hit and which you should miss! Koko Gardens: One of the less known hiking trails on Ohau is the Koko Gardens. This area has so many different kinds of plants and vegetation and is a quiet place to spend the day. Some of the many plants found are: Cacti Alluaudias Sansevierias Baobabs Dryland Palms Aloes Euphorbias Adeniums Of special (0 comments)
The Big Island - 05/07/09 01:11 PM
Ever thought about going to Big Island, HI? Curious as to what it's like. Well, just read this review. You'll be ready to go tomorrow! Love the colors of Mother Nature? Then check out the many colors of Hawaii’s big Island in an eco-friendly way! Hike the black rocks to see raging orange lava meet the Pacific’s cobalt blue waters, or take a soothing uphill bike ride through green meadows to the top of Mt. Kilauea. Vacationing on the big island of Hawaii provides for a trip to suit any family type. Young families with hyperactive kids who love to run (0 comments)
Palm Beach, FL - 05/07/09 01:04 PM
Just across the Intracoastal Waterway, the small island town of Palm Beach, FL has been the favorite winter getaway of America’s aristocracy—the Kennedys, the Rockefellers, and innumerable socialites—for close to a century. It’s an island oasis of untold wealth, spotless streets, soaring palm trees and glimpses of magnificent mansions behind manicured hedges. Check out the consignment shops of barely-used designer clothes on the side streets of Worth Avenue, the city’s most famous shopping strip. One woman’s trash is another woman’s couture treasure. It probably goes without saying that golf is a rather popular activity in Palm Beach. While many courses are (0 comments)
St. Martin - 05/04/09 12:08 PM
Always wanted to learn about St. Martin, but wasn't sure who to ask? Well, luckily, Viscape has reviews from people who have been there. Just read about this member's experience!
St. Maarten is a medium-size Caribbean island, divided into a French side and a Dutch side. You don’t have to stop at a customs station to cross from one side to the other. The island itself is rocky and hilly, covered with lush tropical vegetation. This usually would indicate frequent rainstorms, but the locals tell me that it doesn’t really rain much except in September, so there’s lots of reliable (0 comments)
Vail Colorado Review! - 05/04/09 11:52 AM
Vail Colorado is a great place to stay and play. From an affordable ski chalets, you can practically ski to the nearest lift. Just read one of the reviews on Viscape about Vail! Growing up, my father had a ski house in Beaver Creek. Beaver Creek is about 25 minutes from Vail and you can fly into the Vail/Eagle County Airport. We skied both Vail and Beaver Creek on every school vacation and also spent part of our summers hiking, biking and golfing in this mountain community. Simply stated, if I could move anywhere in the world with unlimited funds, I (0 comments)
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