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    There’s Nothing Like a Poconos Vacation!

    The first tourists who occupied riverside houses as far back as the 1800s experienced this ultimate relaxation. Situated in Pennsylvania, getting there is quite easy since it’s accessible from major cities like New York, New Jersey, Boston and Philadelphia.From hopeless romantics, to retirees, family and friends, those who visit the Poconos will agree that it is habit forming. The woodlands and mountains which frame picturesque lakes, rivers and enticing waterfalls as you drive by, seem to serve as the perfect welcome mat for all the fun which lies ahead.Lovers of the sea won’t get enough of canoeing, kayaking, jet skiing, fishing and rafting, Poconos-style. And if you feel at one…

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    A Guide to Texas RV Rentals

    Texas is the second-largest state in the USA. It takes at least 13 hours to drive across it east to west; and at least 17 hours to travel north to south. So what better way to see it all than in an RV?Renting an RV in Texas means you can fly in, rent an RV, drive to your heart’s content and leave. Flying in and out of Texas saves more time for you to explore the Lone Star State. Many Texas RV rental agencies also let you travel one-way. Rent your RV in one city and drop it off in another at the end of your adventure.The class-C motor home…

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    An Introduction to Steamboat Springs, CO

    Steamboat Springs, Colorado, or “Ski Town” as it is affectionately known, is one of the most charming and unique vacation destinations in the United States. The town prides itself as a place that offers world class service and amenities without the high prices. For the traveler tired of being taken advantage of, this attitude is very welcome. Steamboat Springs offers just as many exciting things to do in all four of the seasons. Visitors can choose between fast and exciting river rafting, water skiing, kayaking and canoeing as well as fishing and a myriad of other activities. There is also a downhill slide called “The Howler” that has people lined…

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    Minnesota RV Rental Guide

    Minnesota has thousands of lakes, 66 state parks, and eight national parks for you to enjoy — as well as cities and fabulous shopping, including the Mall of America. Perhaps the best way to see Minnesota whenever and wherever you want is by RV. But if the cost of owning an RV or driving it from your home to Minnesota is too much trouble, don’t despair. Just rent an RV when you get to Minnesota!Minnesota has several RV rental agencies, many in Minneapolis or St. Paul, all close to the airport. Other rental agencies are in north- and south-central Minnesota. Some agencies will ferry you from the airport to your…

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    Honeymooning in the Poconos

    In 1945, a soldier named Rudolf Von Hoevenberg opened the first resort for honeymooners — called “The Farm on the Hill”. He started a trend for many more honeymoon-type resort entrepreneurs to open business and “”couples only”” resorts were born. Costs of these resorts range from $250 to $600 per night. But those who have experienced a Poconos honeymoon will tell you that it is money well spent. You end up paying for a resort equipped with heart-shaped bathtubs and whirlpools, log fireplace and round, king-sized beds.Some prices are inclusive of two meals, activities and entertainment. The most well known resort is Caesars Pocono Resort.Operating in the Poconos for the…

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    Where to Stay in Steamboat Springs

    There are enough hotels and condominiums available for rent in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, that one week in each and you’d be there for the better part of two years. From the downtown area to the base of the mountains you’ll find a dazzling array of hotels in Steamboat Springs — from modestly priced motel rooms to the most luxurious ski lodges you could possibly imagine. And as is the case these days in any desirable resort area, there are condos available everywhere. For such a small town it’s hard to believe that there are over 5,000 rooms available for rent.The price range is impressive as well. Probably the cheapest room…

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    Renting an RV in California

    Renting an RV is perfect if you’ve dreamed of touring California in an RV, but thought you couldn’t because of the cost or hassle of owning an RV. RVs allow you travel where you want and when you want from the comfort of your substitute home. No hotels needed.The most popular type of rented RV is the class-C motor home. It is easy to drive and has beds, a toilet, shower, heat and air-conditioning, a refrigerator, and a microwave. Folding camping trailers, travel trailers, and truck trailers are also popular. You can rent your RV one-way or two-way, and you can ask for a discount if you’re renting it for…

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    A Brief Guide to Steamboat Springs Restaurants

    Never let it be said that mountain people don’t know how to cook. In Steamboat Springs , Colorado, restaurants offer a variety of freshly prepared, expertly cooked, quality foods that rival the restaurants in any major city. The city has more than 70 restaurants and bars and because of the western flair it’s a great place to sample elk, buffalo or Rocky Mountain oysters if that’s something you’ve always wanted to do. But don’t feel that mountain/western fare is all that’s available. Within a short walk from the center of town you’ll find Italian, Mexican, French, Japanese, Pacific Rim and other eclectic cuisine.For delicious family fare in a casual, friendly…

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    A Guide to Arizona RV Rentals

    Arizona is one of the most beautiful desert states in America. It is home to the Grand Canyon, the red cliffs of Sedona, mountains, and endless sights in Phoenix. And perhaps the best way to see all these attractions is to travel by RV whenever and wherever you like.The cost of owning an RV, or the long drive from your home to Arizona may make RV travel seem impossible. It’s not. The solution: renting an RV in Arizona.KOA, or Kampgrounds of America, provides a list on its Web site of its preferred Arizonan RV rental agencies, which are located throughout the state. The larger cities like Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and…

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    A Review of Popular Poconos Resorts

    Where to stay before planning your vacation to the Poconos, will be the first thing on your mind. Resorts offer the comfort of a home away from home — that’s why so many people choose to stay there.The legacy of Poconos resorts commenced in 1945 when Rudolf Von Hoevenberg opened “”The Farm on the Hill,”” a resort for honeymooners. Soon, other honeymoon resort owners followed and by the 1950’s, resorts in the Poconos became a lucrative business. There are so many resorts to choose from that one would have to make their decision carefully to ensure that it caters to the needs of all involved.Resorts at the Poconos are available…