Mornington Hotel Stravaganza in Gothenburg has been honored the Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor.
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— Martin Lindeskog (@Lyceum) September 27, 2012
I am glad to see that my preferred travel supplier, Rovia, was nominated for North America’s Leading Travel Agency 2012 by World Travel Awards. Here is a video on the airline booking engine with Mike Putman.
I recently made an emergency airplane trip from my home in New Hampshire to visit my family in Illinois on the occasion of my grandmother’s passing and funeral service. Because I would be traveling on a myriad of vehicles to get there it was important to travel light. In addition the schedule for making connections was tight and I could not afford to spend a lot of time waiting to collect checked luggage.
If you have a piece of carry-on luggage that conforms to the airline regulations for the overhead bins you can easily pack what you need for a week and still have room for a book to read.
Here are some quick tips for packing light:
I trust that these tips will save you some time and hassle while on your next trip. Good luck and bon voyage!
Guest post by Stephen P Smith.
From Answers.com (Gale Encyclopedia of the Mideast & N. Africa):
Europeans have referred to the Maghrib highlands as the Atlas Mountains since classical times, because of the Greek legend that they were the home of the god Atlas; the Arabs have referred to the entire highland area as Jazirat al-Maghrib, the “Island of the West,” because it represented a relatively lush mountainous island jutting out of the deserts.
Related: Top Ten Budget Adventure Trips on AdventureLink and my post, Welcome to AtlasAnd.