Archive for March, 2007
Toluca is in the region center of Mexico. It is the highest city with 2,680 m above the sea level. The history and traditions of this urban center converts Toluca in a magical place, that invites to the fun and rest. Discover its modern hotels, restaurants, bars, discos, museums, marketsplaces, parks and the zoo, visit also some of the commercial centers, movie theatres, and industrial zones. Visit this metropolis, and plan your trip
Read more: http://www.tolucatravel.com/
Diseño desarrollo creación elaboración programación mantenimiento de sitios web en México y Montréal en Canada y Lausanne en la Suiza aqui
March 29th, 2007
One of the most popular Island vacation spots in the world. Every year millions of tourists flock to its spectacular shores to relax in the sun, dive, swim, snorkel and immerse themselves in the enchanting culture that is Jamaica. Jamaica’s culture is fascinating as its roots are comprised of a diverse history that encompasses many different ethnic backgrounds. Some of these backgrounds include Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia. This makes Jamaicans rich in their culture and traditions. You can experience the creativity of Jamaicans through their arts, music, dance and food.
The cuisine in Jamaica is very much like the culture, it is incredibly varied. This offers tourists an excellent choice when it comes to trying their authentic delicacies. Of course, there are many other international and American restaurants that you can choose from, if your tastes are not so bold. However, you will want to visit one of Jamaica’s many bars and treat your taste buds to some of the most delicious and sweetest drinks that you will ever find on a tropical island
Read more: http://www.officialjamaicaguide.com/
March 20th, 2007
Kentucky has an abundance of recreational opportunities available at Lake Cumberland. From boating to fishing and camping, it’s a wonderful place for families to gather and spend time.
Although the crown jewel of southeastern Kentucky’s water assets is facing a challenge, there’s still plenty of water, and at its reduced size Lake Cumberland is still the third largest in Kentucky.
This summer, Lake Cumberland still will be larger and deeper than most lakes in the United States.
All marinas on Lake Cumberland are operating as usual by making necessary adjustments to their moorings.
At its current level, Lake Cumberland still has more than 35,000 acres of water to enjoy!
Read more: http://www.kentuckytourism.com/
and : http://www.visitkentuckyusa.com/
March 19th, 2007