Female Friendly Travel Destinations
Mar02

Female Friendly Travel Destinations

6 Female-Friendly Luxury Destinations As a man who has travelled the world, I can only base my opinions of luxury destinations on my observations – which admittedly, is much different that a woman’s point of view. So I asked some well-travelled female friends of LastMinuteTravel.com: “What are some of the most female-friendly luxury destinations?” Great shopping and availability of spas were themes they repeated, and key factors of...

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Are You a Virtual Traveler?
Sep26

Are You a Virtual Traveler?

There are gorgeous images on Tumblr, and Pinterest’s Travel Boards. I could sit for hours looking at all the beautiful destinations, and fascinating cultures, and be the perennial ‘Virtual Traveler’. In fact, I once posted images of stylish hotel lobby designs because I like to get inspired by design, and dreamy destinations. See Board HERE. Of course, I’m a ‘Real Traveler’ too! So which are you? A Virtual Traveler or a Real Traveler?...

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Celebrate and Save at Mardi Gras 2014

by Last Minute Travel and LMT Club Guest Blogger Daniel Fuller Everybody loves a good party, especially when we’re talking about Mardi Gras in New Orleans. The famed multi-week carnival culminates this year on March 4 – also known as “Fat Tuesday” – and promises to end your winter blues with its unique brand of devil-may-care hospitality. Internally renowned for its one-of-a-kind parades, colorful...

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Love, as a journey

Teresa Fritschi, Last Minute Travel and LMT Club Guest Blogger Read more of Teresa’s posts on her blog at: http://teresafritschi.wordpress.com I recently received an email from my friend Ken at Last Minute Travel and LMT Club – “Would you like to be our #TravelTweetChat guest for this week, the topic is travel and romance…” to which I replied, “Yes, I’d love to!” 11 months of meeting (all kinds of) men through...

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Featured Hotel: Edinburgh Tune

Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, draped across a series of rocky hills overlooking the sea. It’s a town intimately entwined with its landscape, with buildings and monuments perched atop crags and overshadowed by cliffs – in the words of Robert Louis Stevenson, ‘a dream in masonry and living rock’. From the Old Town’s picturesque jumble of medieval tenements piled high along the...

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