Archive for January 30, 2013

Jackson Hole inns are a skiers paradise

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Jackson hole inns
Looking for an offbeat winter skiing spot? There’s a lot more to Jackson Hole, Wyoming than the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park. Those tourist traps fill up Jackson Hole inns in high seasons (spring through fall). But the off season winters are a skiers paradise, with incredible snowfalls and affordable Jackson Hole hotels. Located near some of the most beautiful mountains in the U.S., power seeking skiers are familiar with Jackson wy motels and Jackson Hole hotels for winter adventures. In the middle of winter, Jackson Hole is home to the Annual Pole Pedal Paddle. Since 1975, individuals or teams compete in the four event race, with alpine ski, cross country ski, a bicycle, and boating legs. Giving winter skiing a big sendoff, the Pedal Paddle happens right at the end of the skiing season. For those visitors not familiar with winter driving conditions, it is recommended they use hotel shuttles to get around and stay in Teton Village, Jackson Hole hotels, Jackson hole motels or Jackson wyoming hotels. Black ice and blizzards can catch you off guard if you’re not used to it. With over 4,000 vertical feet of skiing terrain, affordable Jackson Hole hotels and Jackson Wyoming lodging, and many stay and ski packages, it’s worth the price of the airfare to Jackson Hole hotels.

Bedore Tours, Get Out and See the Falls

Written by Safe travel. Posted in Niagara falls tour, Niagara falls tours from new york, Niagara sightseeing

Niagara falls trip
Want to participate in niagara falls tours? Visit Washington, D.C.? Travel through wine country in a bus? Bedore tours has more than sixty years experience doing just that. Bedore has been providing niagara tours since Gordon Bedore started the businesses in the 1950s. niagara falls bus tours remain at the center of its operations. Gordon Bedore began his niagara falls tours with limousines that left from the parking lot of a Howard Johnsons restaurant. The company was acquired by John OHear in 1988 and it has expanded rabidly in a short amount of time. Bedore now has a fleet of over 20 vehicles. These vehicles range from VIP vans to motorcoaches that carry up to 56 guests. This has allowed bedore tours to provide services for more people. People who are not only visiting Niagara Falls, but also want to see Washington, D.C. or the Finger Lakes. niagara falls tours provide an opportunity for anyone to get out and experience something new and beautiful. Niagara Falls provides views which can be discovered no where else and it is for this reason that it is not at all surprising when companies like Bedore Tours prosper.

Things to Do and Places to See in Ohio

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Places to see in ohio
The Midwestern United States offers a lot of picturesque (albeit relatively flat) landscape, climates that greatly vary from summer to winter, and amazing places to visit like Dayton Ohio things to do. There is Chicago, of course, Minneapolis, and Indianapolis. But do not forget about Ohio. There are tons of fun places to go in ohio and places to see in ohio as well. Dayton Ohio things to do are plentiful. There are several defense and aeronautical related Dayton Ohio things to do. For example, Dayton Ohio things to do include the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force as well as the always popular Vectren air show. In addition to Dayton Ohio things to do, there are many tourism in Ohio options. Cleveland is home to the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame, and east of Cleveland is Sandusky, home to Cedar Point Amusement Park. Open from May to Autumn, Cedar Points selection of more than a dozen thrilling roller coasters gives the park its self proclaimed status of roller coaster capital of the world. There is no shortage of professional sporting opportunities in Ohio. Along the southern shore of Lake Erie, you can check out a Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, or Cleveland Cavaliers game. Smack dab in the middle of Ohio is the Midwest’s third largest city, Columbus, which is home to the Blue Jackets. Down in Southern Ohio, about just as far south as you can go before stepping into Kentucky is Cincinnati, which is chockful of Cincinnati activities like Cincinnati Red baseball and Cincinnati Bengals football. There are plenty of lacrosse, soccer, arena football, and minor league teams as well. More on this: