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Top Tips for Traveling To Munich with a Large Group

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If you are fortunate enough to be blessed with a large group of friends that are as incredibly adventurous and awesome as you are, you need to visit Munich with them the first chance you get. Munich is a place for large parties and amazing adventures that can be experienced with the people that you love to hang out with.

However, before you decide to globe trot with a large group of friends, it is very important to make sure that you cover all the bases to assure you enjoy the trip in its entirety. The most important thing is to select traveling companions that are independent, compromising and entertaining. Also, divide responsibilities between yourselves.

Transportation, accommodation, car rentals, plane tickets; all the reservations should be divided among individuals so that they can be taken care of accordingly. Make sure the people handling reservations can handle the responsibility and cross check everything before leaving; you don’t want to reach Munich to discover that a plan was never made.

Following are the tips that you should keep in mind before planning a Munich vacation with a large group of friends:

Where to Stay In Munich?


There are several hotels and rental homes or apartments that are available in Munich. It can be quite expensive if you opt for a hotel room when you are traveling with a large group. Not only will you have to rely on a hotel that can provide rooms for everyone but your room service bill will also be monumental. The best solution is to book an apartment in Munich. They are better alternatives to Munich hotels.

How to Get Around In Munich?


Choosing a car to get around in Munich is a bad idea as it can become quite busy, especially during rush hours and sitting in traffic is not how one wants to spend their holiday . Trains can be tricky but they’re a good bet if you want to travel quickly between places. Remember to buy a map or download an app and board the correct train to avoid getting lost. However, it may be complicated to keep everyone in a cohesive group while going from one place to another. Exploring Munich on foot is the best solution if you want to experience the raw beauty and cultural aura of the city.

What to Eat In Munich?


Munich offers great variety of food and cuisines that will surely satisfy the taste buds of each and everyone in your group. The stalls at Viktualienmarkt, Weisses Brauhaus and Ratskellar are some of the best places to eat in Munich when you are traveling with a large group.

What to Do In Munich?


This is the time when your group can be divided into smaller teams. Not everyone in your group will be satisfied with the same activity. Respect the wishes of everyone and give them a chance to independently fulfill their to-do list, while you can experience the things from your bucket list as well .

There are several iconic places and activities which everyone in your group can enjoy, such as, the Oktoberfest, where you can enjoy beer, food and numerous entertaining activities. Marienplatz, a day trip to the Alps and Englischer Garten are some of the places which can fascinate everyone as well.

Traveling with a large group requires finesse and compromise. There are also varying levels of energy and hunger. Keep in mind that you can master the art of successful group dynamics by managing expectations and agendas of each and everyone in the group.


Sell Your Home and Become a World Traveller

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Work To Live Don’t Live To Work: Sell Your Home and Become a World Traveller

It is getting easier and easier to travel around the world and not a day goes by that we don’t hear of people who have packed up everything they have, sold their homes and gone off on some exotic adventure- normally to an island paradise.

This has become more accessible and affordable due to the amount of people who are now able to work remotely from anywhere in the world, as long as they have their laptops and an Internet connection.


If you want to become a world traveller and adventure extraordinaire, then the first thing that you need to do is to start thinking about your funding.

One of the best ways to get the money to for travelling is to sell your house.

The process of selling your home can be stressful and overwhelming, to make it a bit easier, follow the step-by-step guide below.

A Step-by-Step Guide to Selling Your Home


Establishing How Much Your Home is Worth

Your first two questions should be: What is the cost to sell my home? And how much is my home worth? This will give you a budget to work with when selling the house and estimation on how much you should be getting for your house.


Use various estate agents to value your house and have a look at the prices of similar homes in the local property sections. These should give you a good indication of what your asking price should be.


Estate Agent or Alone


You can cute out the agents fees by selling your house on your own, however you will do well to remember that agents come with a wealth of knowledge, clients and experience and they could prove very helpful.


Get Your Home Ready


Remember that your home is going to sell on an appearance basis and you therefore need to make sure that you make it look the best that it can for anyone coming to view it.


Receive Offer


Your estate agents will advise you on any offers made, and you will eventually pick one that is the most suitable to your asking price.


From here on out you should get a solicitor involved in the final processes of renegotiation, surveys and contract completion.

Selling your house is one of the best ways to fund any travels that you have planned, and not only does it give you the necessary money- it also frees you from any ties and responsibilities that may hold you back on your adventures.


Essentials for The Ultimate Winter-Sun Holiday

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The Must Pack Travel essentials for The Ultimate Winter-Sun Holiday

We have seen a considerable surge in bookings at UK travel agents, as those in search of winter sun look to take advantage of the post-school holiday break. An estimated 49% of travel agents have reported a rise in bookings during the first week of September, and this reflects improving consumer sentiment and the range of deals that are available once children have returned to school at the end of summer.

The Must Pack Travel Essentials for your Winter Break

This data came from Direct Line Travel Insurance, and while holiday-makers may be able to source great winter sun deals they are still required to prepare for their trip and plan in minute detail. Packing the necessary winter essentials is pivotal, so consider the following ideas when making a checklist:

A Holiday Watch

Let’s start with the most overlooked winter sun essential, which is an affordable timepiece to wear while travelling. You may be exposed to unfamiliar terrain and conditions when embarking on a holiday adventure. Citizen watches ‘Eco Drive’ range are the collection just for that. Bringing a revolutionary ‘battery free’ concept to life by being powered by natural and artificial light, the Citizen collection is a must-buy before you set on your holiday of a life-time.”


Layers of Clothing

It is important to have an innate understanding of your destination, as climates will vary in different locations around the world. You may also be visiting a destination with changeable weather, and this demands alternative layers of clothing that can be combined according to your precise needs. These include base layers such as t-shirts and shorts to long-sleeve shirts and jackets, while you will also need to pack evening wear for every occasion. This can be challenging when trying to pack a single case, but knowledge your destination and the climate will prove crucial.

Sun Screen

While we may all want a tan, this must not be achieved at the expense of your physical health. Given that excessive exposure to the sun can cause complaints such as skin cancer, it is important to use adequate protection in the form of sun screen. Factor 30 cream is recommended as a standard for Mediterranean countries, although you may need greater protection when visiting regions such as the Caribbean. Either way, be sure to do your research and protect yourself against the natural climate.















Yorkville – A Lovely Neighborhood with Affordable Dining Options

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Yorkville in the 18th century was known as “Little Germany,” mainly because affluent migrants from Germany owned verdant farmlands in this locality. Between the 19th and 20th Century, urbanization grew and Yorkville was populated with the Irish, Jews, Germans, and Hungarian immigrants. Traditional cafés, bakeries, delis, and other services catered to the day to day needs of an ever growing community of diverse ethnicities , while in the evenings the neighborhood became even more boisterous with people packed in at dance halls, restaurants and beer gardens. Today, this area in Manhattan boasts contrasts, the culturally vibrant life is almost gone but you will still see traces of the past, like the churches and traditional markets which remain today.

Villas and apartments at Yorkville are easy to find, affordable, and comfortable. While staying here, you can take a tour around the neighborhood and dine at the amazing restaurants. Apart from the dining options, you will also see the cafes, sports clubs, and other entertainment options the immigrants left behind.

Second Avenue

In Yorkville, unless you are a vegetarian, your stay will be incomplete without a visit to The Hungarian Meat Market. Located on Second Avenue, this deli is one of the best ones in Yorkville. The main specialty at this deli is the home made sausages and salami, which are prepared with traditional Hungarian ingredients and recipes. Apart from these, you can buy cheese, beer, and other traditional delicacies.

The next stop for you should be the German Meat Market, which is a traditional deli that sells mouth-watering spicy dried meat and other delicacies that are imported and locally made. Other delis you will come across here belong to Irish, German, and Israeli immigrants. Each one has its own unique delicacy to offer the visitors.

Heidelberg restaurant

In the United States, Heidelberg is famous as a “family run restaurant,”Till today, this place retains a smiliar atmosphere and same recipes that it had in the old days. When you walk into the bar, you might feel  frozen in time. The interior decoration has the same touch to it as the past and it unfailingly captures the attention of visitors. The menu here offers savory dishes that are treasured by customers for many years now., Newcomers, old customers, and so many different people come in just to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and delectable cuisines.

Uskudar Turkish Restaurant

This restaurant is located in the heart of Manhattan, and it is popular for its Turkish food. The chefs recreate meals just the way they are found in Turkey with the freshest spices and ingredients. The master chef in this restaurant Ibrahim Ozdemir takes his time to ensure that all the meals are served with good quality, instead of just focusing on the quantity. The menu here ranges from starters, appetizers, meals, desserts,  many beers and drinks all from Eastern Europe.


3 Things to do in Atlantic City

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Travelling to America from the UK is always a tremendous experience, and one that can cost a considerable amount of money. This arguably makes the choice of precise location more important than it otherwise may be, as it is important to get the ultimate value for your hard earned money. America is also an incredibly diverse place, so it is crucial that you select a location that suits your tastes and preferences as an individual.

While those with a love of gambling may be initially inclined to visit Las Vegas, however, there is arguably greater value to be enjoyed in Atlantic. Often referred to as the younger sibling of Vegas, Atlantic City is home to a number of casinos and a host of diverse attractions that add depth to your experience. For example:

Visit the Borgata Hotel and Casino
Let’s start with the obvious, as visiting Atlantic City without hitting a casino is like fish without chips or strawberry’s without cream. The Borgata Casino and Hotel is the seminal Atlantic City location, and one that offers a huge range of games, luxury accommodation and spectacular views of the Boardwalk. If you do decide to visit the Borgata, however, be sure to hone your skills by practising on a host of virtual games like the icy Siberian storm slots before you leave.


Stroll the Boardwalk
Beyond the casinos, the Atlantic City Boardwalk remains one of the most iconic landmarks in the U.S. Originally built in 1870 to keep sound out of the resort’s hotels and shoreline trains, the Boardwalk is four miles long and features a host of bars, carnival outlets and some genuine sources of natural beauty. It is sometimes hard to know what to expect, although the range of sights, sounds and attractions means that there is likely to be something that appeases everyone.

Relive the Region’s History on the Steel Pier
The Steel Pier is another iconic, if altogether different, Atlantic City landmark. Now reinvented as an amusement park, the Steel Pier is a throwback to the roaring 1920’s and the sense of hedonism that underpinned American life after the First World War. Now revived and modernised, the contemporary version of the Pier combines fanciful rides and advanced technology with fascinating remnants of a proud and distinguished history. Where else can you enjoy a fun and exciting time while also learning about American history?



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