You have heard many times that vacation rentals can save you money and can be great options for accommodations for vacations. This is true especially if you are traveling and have a big family where you might need multiple hotel rooms or traveling with several families and friends. I personally love the idea of vacation rentals with friends and family because you have common space where you can hang out and spend time together but also personal space where you can escape.
Only around 10% of the population of Egypt is Christian, but this is still a significant number; over 8 million. They are mainly Coptic Christians, who celebrate Christmas in a very different way to the Western Christian church.
They have more in common in fact with the Orthodox churches in Russia, Serbia and Ethiopia, especially in the day they celebrate as Jesus’s birth date, 7th January. Many European countries celebrate more around this date than on 25th December, but this is because they equate present giving with the coming of the wise men, 6th of January, also called Epiphany. Spain in particular makes a big celebration of Three Kings whereas in the UK it is the day the decorations are taken down and things begin to return to normal.
We all know that taking vacations can be rough on the bank account. And as much as we can also argue the value of vacations in terms of family-bonding and mental health, we also know in reality a vacation may not always be the best option. And whether or not you loathe the term “staycation” it can be a great option to reconnect with family and achieve some much needed R&R.
Here are some tips to help you plan a successful staycation:
It’s really hard for me to choose favorites in this world of so much beauty and luxury but we both have agreed that the Curtis Hotel in Denver is indeed one of our favorites. It has everything we look for when choosing a hotel. Personality, color, flavor and of course free warm cookies. We do tend to congregate to a more modern flair when it comes to hotel choices and that’s why we adored the Curtis. Not only is it modern but it’s fun for everyone of all ages.
If there’s one destination that thousands of tourists go back to year after year it is Tenerife. This large Canary Island has plenty to offer and best of all; it’s so easy to get to. You tend to picture sandy beaches when you think of this holiday destination. However, did you know that it also has plenty of mountains, forests, deserts, volcanoes and faunas?