An Experience of the Farmstead Inn and Conference Center, Shipshewana, Indiana
Posted January 17th, 2013 at 9:54 am
I go back to the Amish county at least once every year for complete relaxation and some really good food! This time, I and my friend decided to go for Shipshewana, Indiana.
We picked up Farmstead Inn and Conference Center. It is a nice hotel and is clean. The staffs are friendly and the hotel is well located. It is an average hotel.
Shipshewana is in Indiana's Amish county's heart, spreading through LeGrange and Elkhart counties. Representatives of Mennonites and Amish Anabaptist groups...
Traditional Food at The Mysterious Pirate’s House, Savannah
Posted January 14th, 2013 at 5:11 am
Mysterious Pirate’s House, Savannah
Savannah, in Georgia was discovered in February 1733. Savannah's food is divine, ranging from traditional southern food to seafood, and the best steaks are found throughout the city and in the surrounding restaurants.
The traditional food is the experience of the past centuries passed on from generations. The Pirate’s House of Savannah offers such customary food, and there is no equal to the traditional aspect of this centuries-old location. In 1753,...
A Summary of the Worst Airlines for Senior Travel
Posted August 8th, 2012 at 10:30 pm
Worst Airlines for Senior Travel
Based on the statistics of delays and cancellations, what is the worst airline for senior travel? Few U.S. airlines have a good reputation about their on-time record.
There was a government statistic made in January of the year 2007 that shows that the following airlines have had airplanes arriving behind schedule for as high as 30 percent of the time: Comair, American Eagle, SkyWest, American Airlines, Atlantic Southwest, and Jet Blue.
The real proble...
Monumental Hotel, Orlando, Florida
Posted August 2nd, 2012 at 3:42 am
Monumental Hotel Review
In my numerous visits to Florida, I had not at all heard of Monumental Hotel, Orlando, Florida, possibly since it was previously a Crowne Plaza. There is also a Monumental Movie land Hotel, therefore, be certain that you reach the right hotel if using GPS. (more...)...
A Visit to the Key West Aquarium, Key West, Florida
Posted April 17th, 2012 at 6:42 am
Admission fee to Key West Aquarium, Florida is $12 per adult and $5 per children. $1 can, however, be saved by online booking or combo package. Admission remains valid for two consecutive days. Operational hours are 10 am to 6 pm, and the aquarium has no off days throughout the year.
Guided feedings are scheduled four times in a day. The timings are 11.00 am, 1.00 pm, 3.00 pm and 4.30 pm. You can start off your day at 9:40 am by visiting the Shipwreck Museum, which is beside the aquarium.