Category Archives: Travel

Catching the Next Big Wave in the Travel Industry: Vacation Rentals

Always scanning the radar for a new business opportunity? Pay attention to a certain blip growing on your screen. It’s not just bigger than a house – it’s the size of a metropolis. I’ve been profiting from the vacation rental boom myself already with geographically targeted directories. In my upcoming free webinar, you can learn how to efficiently start your own vacation rental business and claim your own vacation rental territory.
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One of My Favorite Vacation Destinations: Mexico!

When I vacationed in Cancun and Cozumel in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico I was enthralled by the rich culture, the amazing food, and of course, the wonderfully friendly people that greeted me. Mexico, especially in Yucatan Peninsula, is like no other place I’ve ever been before. The turquoise blue, crystal clear water of the Mexican Caribbean is truly stunning and the many miles of soft white sand, dotted with tall tropical palm trees is a dream come true for anyone visiting. I had a great time in Cancun. The beaches were breathtaking, the weather was...
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Boston Native John Romano Shares What it’s Like to Live in World’s Smartest City

Boston baked beans, seafood, and the Boston Red Sox – that’s what most people think of when you mention Boston (aka Beantown), Massachusetts. Boston is not as overwhelming as larger cities like New York or Chicago, but it has all the things you’d expect in a big city – culture, museums, great restaurants, and more – while retaining a small town atmosphere. I was born in Boston (Medford exactly), went to high school in nearby Somerville, and attended University of Massachusetts Amherst.  Boston's education opportunities attract smart citizens whose projects foster intense innovation.   It was wonderful for me...

A Christmas in Italy: Madonna Di Campiglio, Bolzano and Verona

An Italian vacation is exotic enough; if the timing is during Christmas, it adds a whole other flavor to the entire deal. And I was not disappointed with my choice of bringing my family here. We flew into Verona and spent a couple of days in the famous mountainous regions of Trentino, the medieval European city of Bolzano and finished up relaxing by beautiful Verona. Since Northern Italy had just received a heavy first snowfall, we figured that hitting the ski slopes would be the best thing to kick-start the vacation. Madonna Di Campiglio...
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