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The defining moment of your Cayman Islands vacation could well be that moment in time when you realise you can do as much … or as little …as you choose.
From beach, to forest reserve, to surf park...from historic building, to bird sanctuary, to submarine there is an incredible array of attractions. Some you would expect to find in an idyllic Caribbean island and some you would not. Here, there really is something for everyone: for every age, for every physical ability and for every interest.
Perfect for the solo adventurer, for the romantic get-a-way or for the “togethering” family...the Cayman Islands has your kind of adventure.
Now all you have to do is choose what it will be.
Rivas Travel Agency, fue incorporada in 1978. Los primeros años fueron invertidos creando clientelas fijas mientras se ganaba una posición gerencial con responsabilidad para un negocio fijo y creciente Rivas Travel es una de las mas progresivas agencias dentro de la comunidad dominicana.
La primera agencia de Rivas Travel Agency esta localizada en el alto Manhattan cerca del George Washington Bridge entre 170th west y 171st en Audubon Ave. Para los finales de 1989 una nueva sucursal fue creada en el East de Fordham Road en el area del Bronx, at 2534 Marion Ave.
Club America Travel & Tours. Inc., has been specializing in Turkey since it was first founded 25 years ago. No one can offer a "Turkish vacation" like this travel and tour agency; which has a superior reputation for customer service and professionalism.
At Club America, we regard our customers as part of our family and try our best to ensure that the time you spent in Turkey is not only exceptional but it is the best experience of your life
Delaware County, where a vibrant history meets an exciting future in the picturesque, rolling hills of the western Catskills. The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce is here to provide the information, resources and assistance to make your business life easier.
No matter when you visit, there are always plenty of things to do in Niagara Falls. Summertime in Niagara is packed with free outdoor concerts, festivals, and events to keep you entertained. Enjoy the Niagara Falls State Park at anytime of the year and experience over 400 acres of protected wildlife and lush landscape. The whole family will love the Niagara USA experience that offers historical and exciting adventures and tours.
"Visit us during each of Albany's four seasons and tour four centuries of architecture, from the newly renovated Million Dollar Staircase in the New York State Capitol, to the awe inspiring "Egg" at the Empire State Plaza. Experience the region's tradition of cultural festivals, concerts, and special events.
Visit our extraordinary museums, theatres, and restaurants, and you'll know why you should discover Albany! Albany's business districts and neighborhoods abound with exciting cultural heritage, while the countryside is home to many diverse examples of historic house sites and public spaces, including the Pruyn House and the first Shaker Meeting House. Visit the magnificent Gothic structure, now the Administrative Center of the State University of New York, the Delaware & Hudson, and Albany Evening Journal Buildings, located at the base of State Street."
The official headquarters for tourism in the county and also serves as an office of Hudson Valley Tourism, the regional I LOVE NEW YORK organization. OCT is a department within Orange County Government. OCT also oversees Orange Arts, a resource agency for artists, arts organizations, and arts venues. Orange Arts administrates an annual grant program and gallery space for Orange County artists.
One million acres of public forests, lakes and streams invite you to go hiking, fishing, paddling, biking, snowmobiling and camping. Or just breathe the fresh air from the deck of a cabin in the woods.
No pressure here. Life is easier. There's not a single stoplight in the entire county. No fast food restaurants, box stores or chain hotels, either. Just real people offering comfortable lodging, fun-filled events and truly good food. It's the perfect place for an Adirondack family vacation.
Hamilton County is the birthplace of rustic Great Camp architecture and home to the Adirondack Museum, known as the Smithsonian of the Adirondacks. There are 750 miles of free snowmobile trails, hundreds of lakes, streams and waterfalls and unrivaled opportunities for birding and wildlife watching.
Nestled between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains two hours north of New York City, Greene County is a perfect getaway for adventure, romance and family fun. Explore Catskill, Athens, Coxsackie, New Baltimore and other historic Hudson Valley villages along the banks of the river. Ski, hike, bike, golf and enjoy the great outdoors at Windham, Hunter and other mountaintop retreats. Walk in the footsteps of Rip Van Winkle and Thomas Cole, founder of the Hudson River School of Art. Revel in our fairs, festivals, arts and culture. Take your family on a vacation that won't break your budget but will still deliver memories for a lifetime. Unwind at our charming country inns and B&Bs. Discover Greene County, New York
The County of Warren, located in upstate New York, includes the magnificent Lake George Area, in addition to the cultural hub of the City of Glens Falls and the hometown flair of surrounding Southern Adirondack towns and villages. With more than 20 beautiful lakes, countless outdoor activities and dozens of exciting attractions, the Lake George Area offers the perfect opportunity for couples, families and group road-trippers to experience everything from outdoor adventure to peaceful solitude in the Southern Adirondack Mountains.
As Ulster County Executive, I urge you to enjoy the services and opportunities available in our beautiful County. Whether you live or work here, this site has valuable information for you.
And, for those of you who are considering visiting Ulster County, I’m very pleased to introduce you to our new tourism website. It captures the spirit of Ulster County and by clicking on the icon above, you’ll be transported to a new world of adventure and possibility. From visiting lighthouses on the Hudson River, to hiking the Catskill Mountains. From world-class dining, to rock climbing the Shawangunk Mountains. From rejuvenating in one of our exquisite spas, to reliving the history of our nation at one of our dozens of historic sites, Ulster County has something for everyone – and something special just for you.
Nestled in the Hudson River Valley, 90 minutes from New York City, and accessible by car, train, bus and air. With its abundance of historic landmarks, restaurants, festivals and natural scenic beauty, Dutchess County is the ideal place for day trips or longer getaways. It's 800 square miles of fascinating sites, lively events and breathtaking vistas. Explore Dutchess for any reason in any season.
Whether your interests lay in nature, sports, history or cultural events, Putnam County has something for everyone. Rolling Hills, lush green meadows, sparkling lakes, reservoirs and ponds offer the visitor year round activities. Opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing and camping as well as kayaking and golf await you. Perhaps skiing and snowboarding during winter months are your thinking. If you enjoy browsing for antiques along quaint village streets, visiting historic sites or an evening of Shakespeare you can do all that and more with a dramatic view of the Hudson River as a backdrop. Whatever you fancy, we welcome you and look forward to making your stay in Putnam County a happy one.
The first exploration of the territory was most likely that of Hendrick Hudson who in 1609 sailed across the Atlantic and up the river which now bears his name. An accident to his craft forced him to stop and come ashore to visit the area. The native inhabitants of the region were the Mohican Indians. A lively trade was established by 1612 and early settlers began to colonize various regions. The establishments of Fort Orange and New Amsterdam in 1624 allowed traders and travelers to frequently stopped along the shores of Columbia. Small settlements sprang up to supply goods to these ships.
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It’s never been a better time to visit downtown Schenectady and the entire Schenectady County Region. The mixture of location, people and businesses make now an exciting time to come see what’s going on in Schenectady. Use the quick links below to find more information about what interests you the most.
So close to the bustling city, Rockland is everybody's playground. There are no less than 32,000 acres of untouched parklands dotted with sparkling lakes and streams rushing down to the Hudson. Mile after mile of marked trails lead you right to the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains.
There are all kinds of recreational opportunities: swimming and fishing, hiking and boating, camping, horseback riding, historic house tours, golf and tennis in Spring and Summer. Ice skating, sledding, and cross-country skiing in Winter. And a magnificent foliage display rivaling the best of New England every Fall.