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If you have plans to travel to Walt Disney World during the Christmas holiday season, congratulations! You will be visiting during one of the most magical times of the year, even for Disney. My family and I have been fortunate to celebrate a few Walt Disney World holidays in years past, so this article will discuss a few of our family's favorite things to see and do during the Disney Christmas season.

Let's start with the Magic Kingdom. You will find Cinderella's Castle decked out in breathtaking "icicle" lights each night. Be sure to get pictures: if you are like me and not great with taking night-time pictures, then get a few Photo Pass shots in front of the castle. Trust me you'll be glad you did!




Magic Kingdom also hosts Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party on a number of nights in December, prior to Christmas. This is a separate ticket, so if you want to attend, you will need to purchase tickets separately from your park pass. One of the highlights is the Christmas parade, featuring the famous Wooden Soldiers. If you want to see the parade, but don't plan on going to the Party before Christmas, you will be able to see it daily, every afternoon, typically starting Christmas Day...no separate ticket needed! (Please note: The Walt Disney World Christmas Parade that you see on TV every year on Christmas morning is not a live event and is, in fact, taped weeks before. So do not go to the Magic Kingdom on Christmas morning expecting to see/be in the parade!)



What about Epcot? While the decorations are beautiful, World Showcase offers a number of wonderful programs related to the "Holidays Around the World" theme, and if you have ever wondered what it would be like to celebrate Christmas in another country, here is your chance. Each country presents their favorite holiday traditions, and many have Holiday Storytellers that highlight some very interesting and fun customs: don't be surprised to see Father Christmas in England, Pere Noel in France, and St. Nicholas in Germany to name a few. It is delightful and yes, educational, in a very fun way.




Probably the highlight of the Wald Disney World holidays in Epcot is the Candlelight Processional, a nightly presentation of the Christmas story with a celebrity guest narrator and a huge massed choir made up of professional, college, and high school choirs from around the country. Although there are 3 showings each night, the line for seats starts well in advance of each show. You can reserve a seat by purchasing a Candlelight Processional dinner package, and I highly recommend. If you don't want to do the dinner package, then assign someone in your group to wait in the stand-by line to be certain of getting a seat. This is a dramatic and powerful performance that is always the highlight of our Disney Christmas visits.



Disney's Hollywood Studios has their fair share of holiday entertainment with the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights, held nightly on the Streets of America. There are literally millions of lights in this display and it is truly an amazing one. The streets can get very crowded however, during this busy season, so to get the most of your visit here, go during the nightly Fantasmic show, or at the end of the evening, before the park closes. It is much more enjoyable when you are not elbow to elbow with people!



If you still want more parades, then Animal Kingdom has Mickey's Jingle Jungle Parade, with all the characters in their holiday finest. Downtown Disney has the Festival of the Seasons, where you can finish any holiday shopping, visit Santa before Dec. 24, and say hi to Santa Goofy from Dec. 25 to Jan. 4. And don't miss visiting the holiday decorations at the Disney resorts as well. On your list should be the Grand Floridian for the Gingerbread House, the Boardwalk for the Carousel, and the Wilderness Lodge and Animal Kingdom Lodge for the enormous trees. These should not be missed, plus they are great ways to get away from the crowds for a bit.

The Walt Disney World holidays are certainly one of the loveliest times of year to visit. With beautiful holiday decorations and a festive atmosphere, Disney World becomes even more magical than it usually is.

Contributor: Nancy Bobby









A Holiday in Orlando is not just fun for the family but for many is a trip of a lifetime, and can offer everything from the worlds most amazing theme parks to all year-round weather in the sunshine state of Florida - and this is why it attracts so many tourists year on year.

One of the best attractions of Orlando is the Disney Theme Parks. Not only are they a fantastic experience for families, believe it or not, they can also offer a great way for the parents to relax from the stresses of the normal everyday life, perhaps by reliving your youth.

There are many choices of holiday rentals in Orlando, and one of the preferred choice for many is to come to Florida and book a self catering holiday villa in Orlando, near Disney. This choice of holiday accommodation, can provide better value for money in comparison to hotels or room only motels.


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Any cost saving that can be made, will help with the other unavoidable costs when you travelling from far away, and in a large party. Self-catering holiday villas in Orlando also allow you greater flexibility and freedom to do what you want, when you want - and that includes eating.



Orlando is not short on places to eat, so why be constrained to a hotel or accommodation where you have paid to for their meals in - or stay where you find that you are constrained to rigid meal times. This is not exactly practical when you have children, or you go and visit the theme parks for a whole day.

All you need to do is book yourflights, and then search for holiday rentals in Orlando that suits your needs. Make sure you book a villa near Disney area, and when you book your villa in Orlando you can sleep as many guests as the villa can cater for, so two families of four could quite easily share a large villa and the costs are shared too and will work out much more economical.


A self catering holiday villa in Florida will also provide you with your home from home comforts. If you wish, you can have TV, DVD, internet access and then any luxury you desire such as swimming pools etc. The villas in Orlando will generally be of a high standard, and furnished by the owner. Villas in Florida and US in as a rule are generally larger than you would see in Europe.


Enjoy the Orlando sun in the sunshine state of Florida.


Contributor: Paul Stuart Johnston



Your first look at any one of the Hill Towns of Tuscany will take your breath away. You may have seen images of these stunning places in movies and books. But nothing can possibly prepare you for the real thing.

Once you experience this other-worldly countryside of abundance for yourself, you will understand perfectly why even the tiniest of these towns has been fought over continuously throughout history. Who wouldn't want to own the top of one of these hills, looking out across brilliant landscapes, covered in vineyards that yield plentiful harvests for the finest wines? Who would not be inspired to paint or sculpt or roam the hills in search of gemstones to craft into exquisite jewelry?

If you have decided to travel to Tuscany, you have made an excellent choice. But there are three essential points you will need to understand before you set out on your travels.

Point #1: Give Each Destination At Least One Full Day or Three or Five

For a wonderful trip to Tuscany, plan to include five destinations, one large, one medium-sized, and three small. Florence, of course, is the absolute must as your large destination. Your trip to Tuscany would not be complete without including a visit to Florence. Few cities compare to Florence in terms of breathtaking beauty, as well as plentiful, awe-inspiring experiences. With its art and sculpture, gardens and architecture, history and culture, craftsmanship, wine and food, Florence will captivate you. Your time will race by. And likely you will decide that you simply must return another year.

Since Florence is the largest destination on your itinerary, plan to spend 5 days here. But then make day trips from Florence by train to two of your other destinations- the small but fascinating towns of Cortona and San Gimignano. Add five additional days to your trip, and split these between two remaining destinations, Montepulciano and Siena. So, your ideal trip will be 10 days total.

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And what a trip it will be. You will have the time and latitude to truly soak in and enjoy this wonderful region. Sights to see. Art to peruse. Food and wine, relished at outdoor tables, overlooking the lively and spacious piazzas. Artisan shops. Local exuberance. Landscapes to inspire you. And the considerable fun of moving about amongst these towns and cities, with the journey as much a part of the delight as the arrival.

Speaking of having time and latitude... This brings us immediately to...

Point #2: Avoid Group Tours and Have a Better Experience on Your Own

This trip to Tuscany will be rich in experiences. And it may seem like it will be a complex trip to arrange and take on your own. So, you may be tempted to take the easy route of signing up for a bus tour. Yes, the descriptions for these tours always do sound appealing. And it seems like it would be so much easier just to turn over the controls for your trip, and let someone else be in charge.

If your thinking is leaning in this direction, think again. Your trip to Tuscany is overflowing with possibility, too much so to waste it trapped on a bus with 30 other people. You will want time to relish the experiences of each of these remarkable towns and cities.

A group tour will move too fast and try to pack in too much. It will be too constrained, including when you are sitting cramped up in the seats of that bus that was designed for a smaller breed of people than your towering American husband. It will be choreographed to someone else's liking, with much precious time wasted waiting for your fellow chattering tourists to get back to the bus. And as you race through a city that the tour guide has already seen several hundred times, you will be traveling about in a noisy hoard, blasting past all those intriguing shops and appealing bistros.

This is not what you want for your own, long-anticipated, trip to Tuscany. Instead, you will want to move about in freedom, walking about and pausing as you like, spending more time here and less time there as things do or do not capture you. Some of your most memorable moments will be your bistro stops, your visits to the shops that catch your eye, your pause to look out across a view of peaceful hills and valleys, your wandering into a restaurant on the piazza with a fabulous piano player.

You will want to be free to take your time to explore the leather market in Florence, and study the original oils and watercolors by the artists who are displaying their own original work in Piazza Michelangelo.

Sitting at an outdoor table at a restaurant behind the Duomo in Florence, or on the wall facing the Duomo in Siena, you may find yourself caught up in a photo orgy, taking shot after shot of the intricate marble work, starting with the full structure, then focusing in more and more closely for a sequence of photos that captures the inlays of green, pink and white marble or the gilded image above the door or the statues looming over you from the eaves.

A group tour, of course, does take care of your needs to get from place to place. But you will be able to handle this just as well, if not better, on your own. When you need a lift, catch one with an Uber or Taxi in town (keep your contact info readily at hand!), combined with trains to take you between towns and cities, and shuttle buses to carry you up the hills to the top. Making your way around, especially on the trains, is part of the fun, and adds to your experience as well as to your sense of accomplishment.

Speaking of needing a lift from time to time, we'll move on to...

Point #3: There Will Be Lots of Hills Everywhere You Go

As you know from the term "Hill Towns," there are very few places in Tuscany that are flat. You will be walking and riding up and down and up and down, everywhere you go, both within the towns and as you travel from one town to another.

For each Hill Town you visit, you will need to take a train to get to the bottom of the hill, then a shuttle bus to get to the top. This means that when you exit the train station, in Cortona or San Gimignano or Montepulciano, you will need to focus your attention on purchasing a shuttle bus ticket and catching a ride up to the top where the town awaits.

As a rule of thumb, when you are heading off somewhere in a city or town, plan to ride up, then walk down, every chance you get. In Florence, catch a taxi up to Piazza Michelangelo. Ask the driver to drop you off even higher up, in front of the charming Miniato Abbey, just above the piazza. From here, every direction you walk will take you down!


After you visit the Abbey, meander down to Piazza Michelangelo. While you are there, if the timing is right, try out the phenomenal lasagna at the restaurant just above the piazza, lunching at an outdoor table, with a view out over Florence.

Then walk a few steps down to explore the artwork and crafts for sale in the piazza. Pause frequently to look out over the wall to the rooftops of Florence, with the dome of the Duomo towering above its surroundings, and the Ponte Vecchio spanning the glistening thread of the Arno River. From here, wind your way down some more, until you arrive back at the level of the river.

So, are you ready for this? Grab yourself a guidebook, make your arrangements, and set off on a travel adventure that will become part of your life story.


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Every year millions of visitors trek through Italy in search of ancient culture, great food, art, architecture, and more. The allure is immediate even to those who have never been.
There is more art and architecture to see in Italy than one person could possibly experience in a lifetime. Rome, Florence, and Venice alone offer an unending array of design excursions. Highlighted here are some of the must-see designs of both ancient and modern Italy. Talk a trip, bring a sketchbook, and see the gorgeous art and design that is synonymous with Italian life.


The Coliseum - An architectural marvel, the coliseum was built beginning in 72 A.M. Originally used as a source of entertainment (usually forced barbaric combat) the Coliseum is still an amazing site. Strangely, although it could be considered a source of embarrassment of the past, it has been come to be known as one of the ultimate icons of ancient Roman greatness. Location: the Piazza del Colosseo, Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome



Vatican City
- This tiny country is perhaps one of the most remarkable aspects of Rome. Vatican City is the heart of Catholicism, both spiritually and politically. St. Peter himself was crucified on this spot, and St. Peter's basilica was built directly above the ancient hill. Both the Basilica and St. Peter's square are still studied today in architecture and art history classes. You can wander the Vatican Museums for days, including a visit to the Sistine Chapel, to see some of the true masterpieces of Roman art. Location: Entry through Saint Peter's Square, Rome.



Il Duomo (The Cathedral of Santa Maria Dei Fiori) - Il Duomo is considered by many to be the grandest achievement in Renaissance architecture. The octagonal dome, originally designed by Brunelleschi was the largest in the world when built. Since then, Il Duomo, which took nearly six centuries to complete, has become Florence's symbol. Climb the 414 steps of the bell tower, and Renaissance Florence will be laid before you. Location: Piazza del Duomo, Florence.






Piazza San Marco - Piazza San Marco is still studied today by architects and urban planners as one of the most beautiful and successful public squares. The square is surrounded by cafes, shops, and of course the Campanile and St. Peter's Basilica. Visitors and locals alike sip espresso in its cafes, meet to talk, and climb the Campanile to see an amazing view of Venice. Location: Piazza San Marco, with
the Basilica at the wider end, Venice.




The Peggy Guggenheim Collection - In a city world renown for its ancient art and architecture, the Guggenheim Collection houses one of the greatest collections of modern art. her collection includes works by Pollack, Picasso, Klee, Rothko, Chagall, Mondrian, and more. There is also a gorgeous sculpture garden housing even more works. Location: Calle Venice dei Leoni, Dorsoduro, Venice.





The Brion Vega Cemetery - The Brion Vega is considered one of Carlo Scarpa's masterpieces. Scarpa was and still is often considered the premier modern Italian architect. The memorial is a great concrete and landscaped form if rectilinear, stepping, and sculptural concrete elements. It is an amazing pilgrimage for the architecture buff. Location: San Vito d'Altivole.



You can wander Italy for ages and never take in all of the art and architecture. Still, the sites listed above are some of the must-sees for lovers of art, architecture, and travel. Open your eyes and see the Italian design that has been around for centuries, and that which continues to flourish today.
Michelle is a travel buff who has recently moved away from Hawaii but is anxiously awaiting the day when she can return. In the meantime, she occupies her time by helping others compare and select vacation options.

Contributor: Michelle Linden



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If you're planning a stay in any of the hostels in Paris it probably means you'll be involved in some serious sightseeing. But as you dash in and out of museums and galleries, don't forget to take some time out to indulge in something else the city is very famous for - its café culture. The café-bars of the French capital are renowned throughout the world, and there is good reason for that. Sitting quietly sipping coffee in a Parisian café is one of life's great pleasures! As is well documented, however, the city's café culture is quite unique, and it pays to be aware of some local etiquette.

Sit and Sip

On first glance, in high-profile places, coffees can appear a little expensive. But when you consider you'll be able to take your time, relax, read, write postcards or just watch the world go by, it doesn't seem all that bad. You'll never feel rushed and can sit at a table for an hour or two without a waiter batting an eyelid.

No Smoking

As in any public place now in France (including all the hostels in Paris), smoking is not allowed in cafés. There are, however, usually some open-air tables where you can still light up. If you're offended by the smell of smoke, stay inside and choose a table that won't be affected by travelling fumes.

Grab a Bite

Most cafés in the city also serve snacks, so you can enjoy delicious pastries for breakfast, and soups, baguettes and other light bites at lunchtime. You can often also order a simple three-course meal special.

Not Just Coffee

Although the word café means coffee, the cafés in France are actually called café-bars. This means they serve all kinds of drinks, both hot and cold, and you can order anything from water to beer or wine.

Service Charge

Service and taxes are always included in the price on the menu and there are no hidden additional charges. Obviously, if you want to leave an extra tip that's up to you, but bear in mind something will already have been included in the price.

The Parisian Way

The idea of sitting in a Parisian café evokes images of romance and 'times gone by'. The culture originated when life in the city was much more leisurely and people could afford to spend plenty of time whiling away the hours. That luxury is no longer available for the normal person, and in the past 50 years, there has been a huge decline in the number of cafés in the city. It could even be argued that the culture now relies for the most part on tourists and visitors staying in the hotels and hostels. In Paris today, for locals, the pace of life is such that a coffee break is short and sweet.

While traditional cafés may be in decline, they certainly won't disappear, especially if visitors do their bit to preserve them. Find the best café (there's any number within walking distance of all the hostels in Paris), then just sit back and enjoy! It's the Parisian way, after all.


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The Turkish region of Cappadocia is famous for its amazing rock formations, history and outlandish beauty. The weird spires and towers of rock have been formed as a result of the erosion of the soft volcanic rock which covers the region. There are fabulous, varied walks which wind their way through this fascinating region. Historical sites include the troglodyte homes and churches, buried towns and other early Christian artefacts, weaving a rich tapestry that well deserves its UNESCO World Heritage status. All in all, this is one of the best places in Turkey for a hiking holiday - perhaps even one of the best walking destinations in the world.

There is no single well-known trail here. Instead, pedestrians are free to choose from a whole range of walking delights. There are a number of varied and surreal valleys around Goreme that provide some of the best walking. Goreme is at the centre of a whole cluster of attractions now within the Goreme National Park and so is a good place to use as a base for your explorations.

Amongst the highlights near Goreme is the Rose Valley - a dramatic tumble of rocks leading down from the Ak Tepe shoulder to Cavusin. From the fabulous viewpoint at Kizilcukur you make your way down ladders and through tunnels, making your way down through and between strange rock formations. In the lower reaches, it is a good idea to cut up onto the low ridge that lies between the Rose Valley and the Goreme plain and walk along the Goreme facing side of the ridge to the south-east for a bit to see some particularly bizarre rock formations and some fascinating rock houses.

Another lovely place to walk is the Zelve canyon complex. This is an open air museum so you are unlikely to find you have the place to yourself, but there are a lot of sites here all crammed into a relatively small area. Walk deeper into the three canyon branches here to escape from the coach tours. The ruined churches here beneath towering cliff faces are of special interest.

From the fascinating Goreme Open Air Museum, head into the Valley of Love or the Valley of Swords. For breathtaking views, you can climb higher on the ridge path above Love Valley. Climbing to the summit of Ak Tepe is also a fantastic idea for spectacular views.

These are just a few of the many valleys and ridges you can explore while on a walking holiday in this area. It is a good idea to take your time and explore a little further afield too if you have the time. A pair of lovely valleys, for example, are found at Soganli, south of Goreme, and around 50km from Goreme is Ilhara Valley, perhaps one of the loveliest valleys, or canyons, in Cappadocia. Here you will find a lot of churches and a monastery hewn from a rock wall.

If you tire of walking, a hot air balloon ride over this area is also very highly recommended.


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If there is one thing that holidays to Sardinia promise it's the opportunity to enjoy the inviting beaches. Whether you're alone, with your partner, or with your family, there's a beach that will tick every box and become one of the highlights of your time on this lovely island.

Cala Mariolu

Cala Mariolu
Cala Mariolu can be found in the province of Nuoro and is perfect for those looking for an energetic adventure. The low, rocky seabed plays host to an amazing array of sea life, making it ideal for scuba diving and snorkelling, while the nearby hillsides are perfect for exploring, climbing and trekking.

One of the best things about this beach is its seclusion. This does mean Cala Mariolu is a little difficult to get to and it can require a fair amount of planning beforehand. But for many visitors on their holidays to Sardinia, this makes for an adventurous and cultural experience, and the boat trips to the beach is a wonderful way to see the rest of the area. It also means that visiting Cala Mariolu is a very peaceful experience and the beach is often virtually deserted.

Spiaggia di Tuerredda

Spiaggia di Tuerredda
If you're planning to spend a full day at the beach, Spiaggia di Tuerredda should be top of your list of choices. Its beauty and extensive facilities makes it the perfect day trip for anyone on holidays to Sardinia.

Spiaggia di Tuerredda is often said to have a similar appearance to beaches found in the Caribbean. The water is renowned for its crystal clear appearance and the beach is one of the best when it comes to sand quality. The clean water is ideal for swimming and scuba diving, as the temperature remains cool and is extremely refreshing after a few hours of sunbathing.

The facilities of Spiaggia di Tuerredda offer a café and restaurant, car park, beach equipment and the opportunity to rent pedal boats and canoes. Once you are there you can relax and enjoy the fact that everything you need is within walking distance.

Cala Goloritze

Cala Goloritze
Often regarded as one of the best snorkelling beaches for visitors on holidays to Sardinia, Cala Goloritze is a small, secluded beach, which has been described as 'a taste of paradise'. The dazzling blue waters can be seen from miles away and are a delight to swim in, thanks to their cleanliness and mild temperature. The beach itself can only be reached via boat or hiking, making it extremely peaceful and somewhat of a secret. Some visitors enjoy hiking along the scenic route of the old mule trail, which presents astonishing sights of caves, rock arches and botanical beauty. Taking a dip in the heavenly water after hiking is a well-earned treat.

Oasis di Bidderosa

Oasis di Bidderosa
The Bidderosa Nature Park is an expanse of forest including five amazing beaches. These beaches are largely untouched due to the protection of the park, making them an incredible place to visit for those who want to feel at one with nature.

The turquoise waters and gleaming white sands make the area a very popular choice with visitors, but the many beaches resolve any possibility of overcrowding, and during the quieter months there is a chance you could have an entire beach to yourself. The surrounding forest makes for a gorgeous backdrop, complete with a wide range of birds and cycle paths. With a visit to Oasis di Bidderosa you can get delightfully lost in the beauty that holidays to Sardinia can offer.


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The magnificence and breath-taking beauty of the Sorrento peninsula is something that everyone should experience at least once in a lifetime. The stunning views, picturesque villages nestled precariously along the cliff edges, and beautiful national parks are places that can all be explored at your leisure. Choose from the excellent range of Amalfi coast villas to rent and unlock the magic of this stunning region.

Day Trips

The town of Amalfi, from which the region takes its name, was a Roman colony and is set in a ravine at the base of Monte Cerrato, overlooking the Gulf of Salerno. The houses are built up the sides of the mountain, which forms part of the Monti Lattari range. There are some marvellous walks and hikes in the Parco Regionale, where you can discover the glories of the surrounding nature.






Apart from the stupendous views, the 9th Century cathedral, Duomo di Sant'Andrea, is one main attraction. The original church has been added to throughout the centuries, reflecting different architectural fashions, and it is one of the historical highlights of the Amalfi Coast. Villas are available throughout the surrounding countryside, but it is also possible to stay in the historical centre, to experience the atmosphere of this impossibly beautiful town and use it as a base to explore other areas along the coast.

Public Transport

If you're feeling adventurous and would like to experience the local transport services, you can catch the bus along the coast to Sorrento and then catch a rail connection to Vico Equense. If you make the effort to use public transport you'll really start to experience authentic Italian life, and will often find your fellow travellers wanting to get into a conversation - it's a good chance to practise your Italian. This is one of the attractions of choosing a base in one of the Amalfi coast villas, because you'll have the time and flexibility to take on these types of adventures.

The bus trip takes about an hour and 30 minutes, and for part of that journey you'll travel along the coastal road; try to get a window seat so you can experience the outstanding beauty of the scenery to its fullest. Bus travel certainly takes the stress out of driving yourself and Italian buses are very comfortable. When they swing around the sharp bends, it can be slightly disconcerting, however, as it often feels as though you are teetering over the edge of the steep ravines! After reaching Sorrento there is a rail connection every 15 minutes to Vico Equense, which only takes 11 minutes.

Pizza by the metre

Once you reach this lovely town perched on the top of cliffs, you'll discover the 14th-century former cathedral, Chiesa della SS. Annunziata, with its outstanding views of Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples. It has a stunning Byzantine exterior and a Gothic interior. This beautiful old church is full of exquisite carved furniture and wall frescos. The town is also famous for its pizza by the metre (take some back with you for the journey home) and its sulphurous springs that are renowned for their therapeutic properties.

Vico Equense
Experiencing this protected region by public transport will add another dimension to your holiday, and it is surprisingly stress free. To get a chance to thoroughly explore this unique part of the Amalfi Coast, villas and apartments will give you the flexibility to be more adventurous by using the local buses and trains, or simply relax and spend the day sunbathing on the lovely Mediterranean beaches.



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