Released on: July 03, 2015, 2:08 pm (EDT)
Author: Merilee Kern
Industry: Travel, Food & Beverage
Charles Town, West Virgina, July 03, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — FlipKey.com, the vacation rental company of leading travel site TripAdvisor has published its list of the 50 most loved and most talked about food and drink tours in almost every state across the U.S. And in West Virginia, the winner is Bloomery Plantation Distillery.
Capitalizing on the craving for locally sustainable craft distilleries and the nostalgia for moonshine, Bloomery’s SweetShine line of naturally flavored liqueurs are handcrafted from farm-fresh roots, fruits, and nuts.
The freshness of the line’s ingredients cannot be questioned, with all agricultural ingredients grown at the distillery’s own farm, local neighboring farms or other small American farms.
Released on: February 12, 2013, 5:06 am
Author: Lek Boonlert
February 12, 2013, 5:06 am — /EPR NETWORK/ — 1250 coral islands make up the archipelago of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. Today over 100 of these islands contain some of the world’s best luxury resorts attracting visitors drawn by the warm crystal clear waters, talcum powder sandy beaches, diving, water sports and ultimate pampering.
Released on: February 04, 2011, 6:26 am
Nextaway connects travellers with home owners and property managers, providing access to a wide range of great value and unique self catering accommodation options around the world. The website has over 30,000 private holiday homes available online, which travellers can browse for free and book direct with the owner, saving time and money.
To celebrate the launch, Nextaway is running a prize draw with some excellent prizes for keen travellers. Simply sign-up for their newsletter and be entered into the prize draw for the opportunity to win. Four lucky winners will be selected and could win a weekend stay at any holiday home featured on the site, up to a value of 500€, a Sony 14.1 megapixel digital camera, or two luggage scales from No-More-Excess. Visitors have until 28th February to enter the competition and winners will be announced on 1st March.
Released on: August 10, 2010, 3:11 am
Author: The Right Angle, Inc.
Although it got off to a late start, summer has arrived in Southern California and with it, the scorching temperatures that drive many to seek cooler alternatives for weekends and holidays. If your budget or schedule won’t allow for an island escape and you can’t stand facing the crowds at LA or Orange County beaches, raise your expectations—to 5000 feet—and visit Lake Arrowhead Village.
Temperatures in Lake Arrowhead Village are typically ten to twenty degrees cooler than those in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley. Just a short drive from the desert floor of San Bernardino, the trip to Lake Arrowhead Village spares you about one degree for every mile you travel up the easy-to-drive Rim of the World Highway.
Lake Arrowhead Village offers something for everyone. Book a romantic night or weekend for two at the Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa, and dine on seasonal specialties and choice wines at Bin 189. Or bring the whole family and enjoy shopping, casual dining, games and rides, and live entertainment.
Released on: March 05, 2010, 6:25 am
Author: Lloyds TSB
35.6 million Brits are heading abroad for their main vacation this year, suggesting a shift from 2009’s ‘staycation’ trend
1/3 of holidaymakers blamed the UK’s recent cold weather as their main reason for travelling abroad to sunnier climes
1 in 3 Brits still plan to travel in the UK for shorter breaks
1/3 of Brits have already booked their main holiday for 2010, thought nearly 60 per cent admit they have not organised travel insurance
8.5 million travellers admit they have required medical attention on a previous overseas trip
A survey of more than 2,000 UK residents has found that almost 60 per cent of Brits plan to take their main holiday abroad this year, bucking last year’s ‘staycation’ trend.
According to new research from Lloyds TSB Added Value Accounts, a third of holidaymakers blamed the recent icy snap as their main reason for wanting to go abroad this year, in search of warmth. But holidaying in the UK still remains popular, with one in three Brits intending to stay in the UK for short excursions.