Even though 1 out of 2 Americans these days claims to be in favor of nude beaches and nakations, we venture to say that we’re still a generation away from actual implementation.
Last Monday’s random killing of a young cruiseship tourist near Coral World in the Virgin Island of St.Thomas is just one more casualty in a decades long history of neglect in search for a sustaining economy.
Florida is a dream vacation for summer if you don’t live in the Sunshine State, this year expect FREE extras.
South Florida to make the biggest marketing mistake by attracting campers. Miami and South Beach in particular needs “high rollers” that can and will spend the “rubles” else “the in-crowd” will scare away those that seek the high society etiquette.
A visit to Tarpon Springs just North of St. Pete is like a step back into old Greece right here on the Florida Gulf Coast
One in ten families in Belgium are dollar millionaires, 57,000 families have wealth exceeding $3 million and both numbers will double in the next 6 years
We already know the winners will stay at Amelia Hotel at the Beach, but where will they shop, where will they dine and what local activities will they choose to do?
With a dreadful 2009 almost sent off into history, the travel and hotel industry wonders about 2010 and beyond. The challenge for 2010 will be to find the price at which consumers will buy.
Although landlocked Atlanta does not have the rich pirate history of Amelia Island, a museum filled with pirate treasure is being planned for downtown.
Amelia Island has ranked #4 on the Conde‚Äô Nast Traveler 2009 Readers Choice Awards for islands in North America.
From that point on, the story becomes sketchy, which the police charging the above accusations and the New Yorkers claiming police brutality and abuse.
Barbados has a long-standing relationship with the Amelia Island Plantation who has been employing Barbadians in their resort services for many years.
I was browsing the front page of America Online (AOL) last night and a headline caught my eye. It said, ‚ÄúVacations Just for Boomers”
What disturbs me is that Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach is not even mentioned in what this influential family travel Web site calls the First Coast destination. Ponte Vedra yes, St. Augustine obviously, but no Amelia Island or Fernandina Beach.
Have you noticed how the travel industry is crying for business? I think we should take advantage of a vacation opportunity when possible.