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  • Cheap hotels in Paris.

    Paris in spring is a wonderful thing

    Visiting Paris in spring is a two edged sword. The city looks utterly bewitching as the flowers burst forth and the buds start their cacophony of color down on the banks of the Seine. But the rest of the world recognizes this too and they all come a calling. You can explore places close to the city that don't have the same crowds and yet are incredible for the first time visitor. The Palace of Versailles is something you'll never see back home; an extraordinary monument to the grandeur of the Bourbon kings. When Louis XIII moved his court here in 1682 it was the most splendid palace in the world and it has only increased in magnificence since then. It's a short half hour trip outside the city and easy to get to and in spring the gardens and exquisite public spaces are beautiful. A slightly longer trip out of the city is the home of Claude Monet in the gardens of Giverny, on the edge of the Normandy region. The site is run by the Claude Monet Foundation, and Monet's house and breathtaking gardens is now a tourist destination for many visitors. If you've seen Monet's Water lilies series or paintings featuring the brook and the bridge, you'll recognize the inspirations. You can explore the home stead and enjoy Monet's collection of Japanese prints, as you wander the brightly-painted and decorated rooms of the house. Movie after movie features the city's pavement cafes and you should enjoy at least one while you're here. The Cafe de la Paix was actually declared a historic site recently, the ornate frescoes inside and the sumptuous interiors make the place look more like a museum than a cafe. It's very close the Opera house so easy to find. We have plenty of discount hotels in Paris most of which are close to the major attractions.

  • Cheap hotels in Washington.

    The great outdoors in Washington

    Everyone flocks to Washington for the quite stunning list of national memorials, events, cultural icons and sheer number of things to do and see... but sometimes you just need a break from all that cultural seeing and doing. A walk in the fresh air, a stroll through nature's best. And in Spring this place really delivers. Did you know you can explore the city at your own pace by picking up a bike and a map and plotting out your own adventures? Bike rentals are available through several vendors around the Washington DC area and it's a great way to see a lot of the memorials in a short space of time whilst getting a bit of exercise too. If you're here for more than a few days, you can sign up for the Capital BikeShare self-service bike rental program. Riders can pick up and return a bike to multiple locations throughout the region. Bikestation at Union Station offers secure bike parking and you walk from there to many locations. The National Zoo doesn't have the fame (and fortune) of other more well-known zoos but it is an excellent place to spend a few hours in the outdoors. The street address is 3001 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC and the closest Metro Station is Woodley Park/ Zoo /Adams Morgan and Cleveland Park. Pick up a map and plan ahead so that you don't miss any of your family's favorite animals. Among some of the favorites are giant pandas, other bears, lions, giraffes, tigers, monkeys, sea lions, and much more. Six Flags America is a water park come fun park about 30 minutes drive from the capital and if the kids are in need of some fun, this is the place! The amusement park has 7 roller coasters including Wild One, Jokers Jinx and Superman Ride of Steel. Family rides include The Penguins Blizzard River, the traditional Tea Cups, and The Great Race. Younger kids enjoy the Looney Tunes Movie Town, where they can meet Bugs Bunny. We'll help you find a great place to stay in Washington close to transport and all the things you must see. Take advantage of the hundreds of hotels giving customers fantastic money saving options like 30% off seasonal deal.  

  • Cheap hotels in San Diego.

    San Diego's Balboa

    It's a mighty big park with loads of attractions for whatever your budget and lifestyle can handle. It's home of course to surely the most famous zoo in the world as well as a host of other exciting attractions and year-round events. Let's start with the attractions you'll find in Balboa. Some of very simple and if you're traveling with young children, an ideal way to spend a day. The Balboa Park Carousel is a veteran from 1910 and features all the sounds and magical sights you might remember from your childhood. All but two of the horses are the original hand-carved European ones with bright colors reminiscent of the originals. We'll help you find a great place to stay in San Diego close to transport access to the park. The miniature railroad is also a wonderful way to see the park with the youngsters. That said, the ride is only 3 minutes long and takes you just half a mile, but still it's a nice way to see other parts of the park you may to explore at your leisure. Take the time to start your day in the Visitors Center because they can help you plan out what you want to see and how to best see it. It's across from the Prado restaurant in the middle of a major drop point for public transport. The real highlight of the place however is the array of museums that will make your trip here such a special memory. The Central Cultural de la Raza, the Japanese Friendship Garden, the Mingei International Museum with its eclectic collection of 'art of the people' is exceptional and you'll love the Museum of Photographic Arts. Older teenagers might enjoy the Reuben H Fleet Science Center with a fabulous IMAX show and the 100+ hands on science exhibits.  

  • Cheap hotels in Las Vegas.

    What the stars do in Las Vegas

    It wouldn't do to come all the way to Las Vegas and leave without spotting a star or two would it! The real question, then, is what do they do and where do they hang out when they're in town. Try 10AKL at The Mirage to spot people like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (who together hosted a New Year's eve party here in 2012). Leonardo DiCaprio, John Legend, Maria Menounos are also regulars in the restaurants and bars and Paris Hilton celebrated her 32nd birthday here. Andreas at Encore is an up market Asian eatery and has seen the likes of George Clooney and Lady Gaga pass through. The food is great without a bank breaking price so even if you don't spot someone, you'll leave well satiated. The Forum shops at Caesars Palace attract a fairly well-heeled clientele and the stores (think La Perla lingerie or Louis Vuitton) sometimes close so VIPs can shop in peace. If you hang around you might spot someone. Shoppers have included Michael Jordan, Faith Hill, Nicolas Cage, Donny Osmond, Kelsey Grammer and even Bill Clinton. The best on site restaurant for star spotting is Wolfgang Puck's Spago Las Vegas. Over at the Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub, set inside the Cosmopolitan, the dreamy party pool day club in the summer with its half-dozen bars, and 60,000-square-feet party pleasure zone has attracted such as Jay-Z, Beyonce, Chris Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow, 50 Cent, Rihanna, Diddy, Kanye West, John Mayer, Alex Rodriguez, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Blake Lively, Channing Tatum and more. It's a great place to spend the day, reveling in the splendor that is Las Vegas in the Spring. It's certainly the most talked about city in America and there are plenty of affordable hotel rooms in Las Vegas all well placed to the Strip.

  • Cheap hotels in New Orleans.

    Top 3 things to do in New Orleans

    No visit to New Orleans is ever long enough to see and do all the wonderful things there are to see, listen to and eat in this wonderful city - and it's especially pretty in the spring. What you can do however is whittle down your options. A must is pretty simple... ride a streetcar. You can get wherever you want to go in New Orleans with the Regional Transit Authority (RTA). Your concierge will tell where the nearest streetcar is and you'll love just climbing aboard and winding your way through a neighborhood of the Crescent City. As your streetcar glides beneath soaring live oaks and past stately mansions, you'll see the beauty, charm and history of New Orleans for little cost. The RTA operates three streetcar lines: the famous, historic St. Charles line, the Canal Street line, and the Riverfront line. All lines either run along or intersect with Canal Street in the area between the French Quarter and the Central Business District (CBD) connecting Uptown/Garden District, Carrollton, Mid-City, City Park and the Marigny. You're on the mighty Mississippi here so take a ride on a riverboat queen, big wheels keep on rolling as you ride the Creole Queen for the afternoon. The beauty of this idea is that you see a totally different side of the city and can take in all the marvels of this most picturesque place in comfort, whilst enjoying a hearty lunch. Chances are you've heard of Lafayette Square but don't realise the significance. Do yourself a favor and come and see not only the square but the delightful St Patrick's Church too and the Gallier Hall. Irish immigrants built the Gothic-style church in 1840 to rival the French St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. Make sure you get a cheap hotel in New Orleans and take in all the sights in this delightfully different city.

  • Cheap hotels in Vancouver.

    Vancouver's best bars

    Vancouver is proving very popular with Americans for a very good reason - the food, the bars, the scenic attractions and the ease of getting there and around the city all add up to a superb experience for the curious traveler. The mark of a cosmopolitan city is often the bars and restaurants that populate the city areas frequented by tourists and the bars here are very grown up. Here are a few of the best that, if you're lucky enough to have a couple of days in this city, you really should visit. West is at 2881 Granville Street in the city's premier entertainment district and is stylish without being pretentious. The cocktail list is enormous and a drawcard because of the way they've split the list into categories of seasonal, originals, aperitif cocktails, and classic and antique cocktails, made with techniques including barrel-aging, foams, bottled cocktails, and even a drink with blow-torched bananas. The Refinery is also on Granville and is more of restaurant with a bar as the side line - but what a side line it is. It's very much a make yourself at home type of bar with communal and individual tables. They put real effort into the home made syrups and vermouths and the cocktail list in general. Some of the ingredients, for example, include grapefruit-fennel bitters, yuzu marmalade, and blackcurrant tea syrup. Hawksworth is in the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, at 801 West Georgia Street is a restaurant with a comfortable bar attached, yet separated from the main dining area by a large fireplace. The mood is one of sophistication, yet it won't break the bank with a European style emphasis on $5 aperitifs as well as the more expensive choices too. We have plenty of discount hotels in Vancouver most of which are in the CBD and close to major attractions.

  • Cheap hotels in Boston.

    What to do on the Boston waterfront

    With spring fast approaching Bostonians are shedding the winter coast and starting to peer out from behind the curtains - and that means one of the more interesting parts of the city is also starting to come alive. The Boston waterfront is awash with scenic sights and sites too and offers the intrepid traveler everything from excellent food choices to outstanding historical exhibits. The Institute of Contemporary Art is one of those Stalinist architecture school buildings that houses something far from dull on the inside. It, and I quote " exhibits an innovative selection of work exploring social, political, and environmental themes." All of it good and well worth an afternoon's exploration. If you've brought the children they will enjoy the Children's Museum at 308 Congress Street. It houses science programs, kids performance stages, and a giant climbing sculpture. Children can also have some hands on fun with paper and clay in the art studio. The exhibits are fun as well as educational. If all that culture is just too much... wander down to the Harpoon Brewery which has been making the good citizens of the city happy since 1986 with a range of fine brews. They'll give you the tasting tour and let you sample anything you want before you buy. Perfect time out moment for the beer fans! The Fire Museum is interesting and thoroughly entertaining. It's also on Congress St and is a city landmark. Exhibits include a hand-operated pumper from 1793, a ladder truck, and a steam pumper. It's a genuinely great city to visit and there are plenty of affordable hotel rooms in Boston all well placed for the attractions you want to see.

  • Cheap hotels in Chicago.

    Spring in Chicago

    The locals love the idea of Chicago in spring - because, let's face it, winter is just so atrocious in the windy city. You'll know it's spring if you're visiting because the bars will be full of discussion about the opening of Wrigley Field. Actually, the conversation will likely be more along the lines of how many games the Cubs will lose this season, but let's not go there. The first pitch in a major league game was thrown here in 1914, just the second park to be established after Boston's Fenway park. Surprisingly, despite the losing streak, every game sells out ahead of time so if you want to see history all around you in a fun afternoon, get tickets well ahead of your visit here. Spring means it's a lot more pleasant down on the waterfront and something to behold is the Buckingham Fountain on the Lake Michigan shoreline. The tremendous Georgia marble is a beautiful pink colour and it really sets off the light display as the water, light and music show bursts to life every hour. It's a very impressive display and as likely as not, you'll be joined by a wedding party lining up to take that one glorious shot. Located just east of downtown on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier offers scores of entertainment and dining options. Gateway Park is the 19-acre park that embraces the city's lake front, and doubles as the entrance to the pier, leading to the Family Pavilion, home to the 50,000-square-foot Children's Museum, an IMAX Theater, the Crystal Gardens indoor botanical park, and numerous restaurants and shops. The South Arcade is where you'll find the Funhouse Maze, the 3-D ride Transporter FX, and the Shakespeare Theater which hopefully has a play on for your visit. Because it's spring you may find a few hardy souls braving the Oak Street Beach for some rollerblading, volleyball, soaking in some rays or wanting to check out the swimwear. Oak Street Beach is steps away from the Magnificent Mile so you can have a fun time doing the shopping before cruising the beach. Make sure you get a cheap hotel in Chicago because the Magnificent Mile may end up being far too tempting!

  • Cheap hotels in Orlando.

    Springtime in Orlando

    Practically any time of year is a wonderful to visit Orlando - the year round seasonably warm temps and the perfect weather (notwithstanding the occasional hurricane) make Florida a great place to site a theme park. You can enjoy the theme parks any time but did you know the Orlando area in tote is the No. 1 US destination for families on spring break? The reasons are simple; the range of family things to do. Walt Disney World is twice the size of Manhattan and comprises four theme parks, 24 resorts, two waterparks, five golf courses, and a plethora of dining and entertainment options. Over at Universal there's a new theme park opening soon. Diagon Alley has recreated 'London' and features shops, dining choices that reflect the theme , and a new ride called Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts. If Florida is having a hot day, consider the giant water parks. There are two that are especially good fun; stake out a shady bower and enjoy the lazy rivers, giant water slides, and family raft rides at Blizzard Beach or Typhoon Lagoon. Blizzard is known for a scarily steep waterslide on which you'll do a ski jump off Mt. Gushmore. Over at Typhoon Lagoon the kids will love the giant surf pool, and snorkeling over a coral reef. Don't worry about having to buy a single-day pass, the admission price to one of the water parks is much less than a day at the theme parks. At Universal Orlando all the attractions and things you'll want to are within easy walking distance. If you've young children with you, take them to the Islands of Adventure theme park with a specially designed area for the little ones. The 10-acre Seuss Landing has all the favorite Seuss characters, The Cat in the Hat and One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish rides, and more. It's a genuinely great family vacation and there are plenty of affordable hotel rooms in Orlando all well placed for the theme parks.

  • Cheap hotels in Anaheim.

    The newest theme park in Anaheim!

    You really are spoilt for choice here when it comes to theme park choices. That's why the city makes a great base to explore all the best that this particular part of southern California has to offer. Knots Berry Farm was here first - as a 20-acre farm in the 20s to the 160-acre thrill fest that it is today with some of the wildest rides in the area. America's first theme park deserves your business because it was a forerunner - and because it's a truly great theme park. But the newest upgrade kids on the block is Disney California Adventure Park. They've expanded and re-imagined the place and the park today is a tribute to creativity, budget and the need to entertain thousands! New areas include Princess Fantasy Faire - a very pretty and sweet new world built within Fantasyland. Your little ones will love meeting the characters from "The Little Mermaid," "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty," "Tangled" and "Beauty and the Beast," and there are additional shows on in the Royal Hall. The adventure movie lovers will get to see Tony Starks Hall of Armor, featuring Iron Man suits Mark I-VII the same suits featured in Iron Man 3. You can see and feel what it's like to wear the suits with a simulation exhibition. Did you know? The voiceovers for Darth Vader, C-3PO and Yoda in the Disney Starwars show were recorded by the original actors James Earl Jones, Anthony Daniels and Frank Oz. If you've not been here before and are concerned about transportation, don't be. The Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART) System provides convenient and affordable transportation from area hotels - just get to know your stop which won't be far from your hotel. Don't worry, you'll find plenty of affordable hotel rooms in Anaheim all well placed for the theme parks.

  • Cheap hotels in Panama City.

    What's Up PC Beach?

    Now this is a serious party place - with all the golden sand, hot weather and long, cool drinks you need to get into party mode without breaking a sweat. Panama City Beach is on the gulf side of Florida and boasts one of the best sand dune style beaches in the state. The sand is crystal white and the party places here live up to the reputation the city has been trying to generate for years. The resorts here are all super nice - so take your pick. There are many on the beach side of the city and the bar hopping is all in an easy-to-get-to area. PC boasts the largest nightclub in the USA. True or not? Check it out for yourself at Lavela which boasts 11 rooms, 48 bar stations and can hold more than 7,000 people. It rocks out every night and it's loaded with choice, big lights and big drinks. Down the road is Harpoon Harry's which just sounds like a college party place should! (Loud.) It's on Front Beach road next to Breakers and is a beach bar by day (opening straight out on to the sand) and a dance party bar at night where it stays open until 4am. If you're a live music fan vs DJ tracks, then head to Pineapple Willies on Thomas Drive. It's a no fuss place with the whole ribs, rum cocktails and good music thing down pat. It's a more relaxed vibe than other bars. We have discount hotels in Panama City Beach close to the beach and the bars.

  • Cheap hotels in Punta Cana.

    Spring Break in Punta Cana!

    YOLO - so get down to Punta Cana for the wildest spring break you'll ever have. This place goes off and the crowd is out to party big-time. The Dominican Republic is a tropical paradise and Punta Cana has around 21 miles of pristine white sand which runs down to a turquoise sea with the warm waters of the Caribbean beckoning. You can sip on a tropical cocktail, whiling away the hours under a swaying palm tree... or you can party hard all night long at any of the fashionable clubs and bars that dot the resort areas. It's generally a resort vacation with all you need in the one hotel, but the day trips are exciting so make sure you allow enough time to do a few. For example, one tour called the Bavaro Runners will take you down country roads, let you explore small villages and take you through a sugar cane plantation with a rum tasting and tour at the end of it. If you like zip-lining, this is your place. There are several choices but one of the best is just 45 minutes from the town and boasts some 11 platforms. They've designed it so you can zip from platform to platform with a short walk through local terrain in between. The walks are the real highlight, so take your camera with you. Maybe you're more of a four wheel adventure sort of group? No problem! There's a half day tour which takes in some exciting jungle trails on the way to a deserted beach where you can swim and enjoy the tropical peace and quiet before heading back to the big smoke and a well-deserved cocktail. We have plenty of discount hotels in Punta Cana for those wanting a spectacular vacation at a budget price.

  • Cheap hotels in New York.

    Top attractions in Midtown NYC

    You're spoilt for choice when it comes to hotel selection in NYC and the only thing you can do is research all the attractions you want to see then select a neighborhood based on transport options. Midtown has a ready-made list of well-know attractions and a plethora of less well known which will give your vacation here a little extra thrill to take home. It's the geographic and the iconic center of the city with some of the city's most famous skyscrapers and finest restaurants. Some of the most well known stores are here and a swag of cultural institutions. In just a few blocks you can see the welter of humanity that makes up Times Square and the most wonderful view of New York from atop the Empire State Building. A train station may not seem that exciting, but you've seen the interior of Grand Central Station on so many movies that you must see it in person. The interior is an outstanding example of public architecture and it's a building that will live in your memory. You can go shopping in the iconic Bergdorf Goodman store and catch a matinee at Carnegie Hall, or simply wander Broadway deciding which show you'll see that night. Close by is the iconic Chrysler Building, the tallest building in the City at the time of its construction in 1930. This art deco skyscraper is a wonderful chance to see period adornment at its finest with replicas of hood ornaments and radiator caps teetering on the corners of the higher floors. The lobby is open to the public. One of the more amazing buildings is not a skyscraper at all but St Patrick's Cathedral where the gothic interiors and stained glass windows will leave you spellbound. Not far away is the public library on the edge of Bryant Park and if you've time, go inside for a look at some of the most famous reading rooms in the world. Make sure you get a cheap hotel in New York because you'll want to spend as much time as possible in this non-stop city of entertainments and visual splendors.

  • Cheap hotels in San Francisco.

    Cool neighborhoods in San Fran

    They know how to live in San Fran that's for sure! The neighborhoods in the inner city area are a mix of the eclectic, the fancy and the downright bohemian. Exploring them is one of the great joys of a visit here - and a very cool way to get to know a city. Chinatown in San Francisco is one of the great Chinatown's in the world. The first Chinese migrants came here in the early 1800s to work in the goldfields and the generations since have built an area where many locals of all ethnicities gather to eat, shop and play. The food is non-stop and the serious competition makes for great quality at excellent prices. The ochre gateway at Grant Avenue and Bush Street marks the entry to Chinatown. The heart of the neighborhood is Portsmouth Square, where you'll find locals playing board games or just sitting quietly. Equally entertaining is Japantown. The city's Japanese population ended up settling in the area south of Market between Van Ness Avenue and Fillmore Street. Make your way here and look out for such sights as the Buddhist Church of San Francisco, 1881 Pine St. (at Octavia St.), the Konko Church of San Francisco, 1909 Bush St. (at Laguna St.); the Sokoji-Soto Zen Buddhist Temple, 1691 Laguna St. (at Sutter St.); Nihonmachi Mall, and the Japan Center, a Japanese-oriented shopping mall. If you're staying in the Fisherman's Wharf area, do yourself a favor and head for Chestnut St in the Marina district. It's a wonderful street just perfect for an all-day browse. The shops comprise little boutiques, bookshops and galleries as well as general services and quirky restaurants. It's a fun respite from the chain store heaviness of the Fishermans Wharf area and you'll love the friendly vibe. Make sure you get a cheap hotel in San Francisco in the central area and save your cash for big spending elsewhere.

  • Cheap hotels in Niagara Falls.

    Spring break in Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls truly enjoys all four seasons and is a remarkably beautiful part of the world. One of the best times of year to come here is spring - so get your skates on and make plans now! Spring is when the Niagara Parkway blossoms in myriad colors of white, yellow, pink and red as the trees flower and spring flowers bloom. Seas of yellow daffodils, cherry blossoms and red tulips decorate the parkland. This is the time when you really want to see what nature can do with a few blossoms and bulbs! Head out to the Floral Clock on the Parkway. It's a working clock using flowers as the time keeper and makes for a great photo opportunity. Take the time to enjoy all the Botanical Gardens - it's a 99 acre park with glorious color everywhere in spring. The plants, shrubs and trees come from all over the world and the walkways and scenic delights are breathtaking. The Falls themselves are in full pelt with the winter snow runoff and the sheer grandeur and power of the water will amaze you. Get up close and personal in the tour boat or take it all in for free from one of the many vantage points on the shoreline. We have discount hotels in Niagara Falls close to the attractions or further out on the Parkway.

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