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Pamper Your Pups with “Bark Butler” at The Brazilian Court Hotel, Palm Beach
 By News on the Net

In honor of ‘National Pet Day’ on April 11, The Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach presents the ultimate pooch-pampering package with the launch of “Bark Butler,” available now through the end of the year, starting at $9,300.


Exceptional Romanians and Their Amazing Country
 By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh

These days Romania receives bad press, and Romanians are preceded by an unfair and negative reputation across the European Union, thanks to its large indigenous gypsy population that travels to Western Europe in search of jobs and lucrative activities and businesses, legal or illegal.


New Events in New Zealand
 By News on the Net

New Zealand is hosting two brand new events to the country in March: The Ultimate Waterman and Crankworx.


Oystercatchers, a delightful holiday home at Seasalter in Whitstable, Kent, UK
 By Tim Saunders

The oystercatcher is a bird associated with the coast since the 15th century. This is a fact that we learn while staying at Oystercatchers, a delightful holiday home at Seasalter in Whitstable, Kent, UK. Its primarily wooden structure is painted powder blue and reminds us of a Norwegian home. (See photo below.)






Napier, New Zealand is in Full Swing!
 By News on the Net

Napier, famous for the largest collection of Art Deco buildings in the Southern Hemisphere, has a rich history. In 1931, a devastating earthquake damaged the city and a subsequent fire killed 256 people and decimated the town. From the ashes of this tragedy, the town of Napier was rebuilt with a real focus on the style of the times – Art Deco.


Orlando World Center Marriott Offers Big Savings with 48-Hour Flash Sale
 By News on the Net

Orlando, Fla. – With an arctic chill continuing to sweep across the United States, Orlando World Center Marriott invites guests to slip away and take advantage of the limited 48-Hour Flash Sale, starting at $136/night, bookable Feb. 17–18, 2015 for stays Feb. 17 – April 30, 2015.* Guests need to act fast to not miss out on Orlando World Center Marriott’s budget-friendly getaway, featuring incredible savings of 35% off seasonal rates. With this limited time offer, travelers looking for a last-minute vacation can head to Orlando and experience a world of possibilities that promise visitors an unforgettable escape and memories to last a lifetime.


Taking Advantage of Off-Peak Travel in New Zealand
 By News on the Net

Whether it’s for Maori culture, food and wine, outdoor adventures, or seeing incredibly diverse landscapes, there are many reasons to travel to New Zealand. Visiting during shoulder season can make choosing New Zealand as your destination even more attractive.


Tallahassee Events Spring on Stage in 2015
 By News on the Net

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – From Shakespeare to rock and roll, celebrations of literature, art, food and equestrian prowess mark a wide range of Tallahassee special events and festivals this spring when the area puts “Spring On Stage.”






Casa de Campo Invites Vacationers to Book Early and Save with Limited-Time “Always Summer in C
 By News on the Net

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Spanning 7,000 tropical acres on the southeastern coast of the Dominican Republic, Casa de Campo is thrilled to announce the Always Summer in Casa offer – inviting family vacationers to book early and save with this limited-time promotion. Starting at $475 per night/per family of four*, vacationers who book now through February 28, 2015 for travel June 1 - September 30, 2015 enjoy luxury accommodations and dining options with choice of daily activities, sports and adventures for an unforgettable family escape.


Tudor Gardens unveiled in New Zealand at Hamilton Gardens
 By News on the Net

Santa Monica, Calif., – The Tudor Gardens, a beautiful form of fantasy garden, has been recreated by Hamilton Gardens and opens this month. Visitors to Tudor Gardens can explore mythical creatures, an intricate knot garden, arbour, pudding house and the mischievous Pan who was the Greek god of the wild and companion of the nymphs.


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