How would you describe your last vacation? Were you amused? Were you entertained? Was there some leisure too or did your last vacation consist of shuttling your family around, doing yard work and other chores? Was your last “vacation” actually a “staycation”? Why not go for something unusual this year? Next time you have a few days off, why not test one of the local adventure travels. Even if you don’t leave your state limits there are still plenty of adventures to be had. If you have the money, why not get out on a true adventure? Here are some of the adventure travels that have become incredibly popular.
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Quick overview of Vegas airplane Tour Tickets to the West Rim. These flights are really neat, especially the one that lets you optionally include the Skywalk because I think you need to see the glass bridge first before you do it.
Our vacation included traveling by car from Erie, Pennsylvania to Newark, Delaware for one day – two nights of sightseeing; to Wilmington, DE for sightseeing and on to Philadelphia for sightseeing; back to Newark to sleep; on to Washington, DC for two days – three nights of sightseeing; on to Penn’s Cave near State College, Pennsylvania for sightseeing and on to home.
Gas, tolls, food, lodging, tours, parking in DC ($17.00), and sightseeing, totaled less than $1,100.00 for my wife and I. Our Stimulus check was for $1,200.00 with a $100.00 left over to spend here at home. Not bad at all.
Canyon Tubing is a unique one of a kind adventure in Bali. Riding in an inflatable tube you will be carried down the small but active Siap Stream, taking in the amazing sights of untouched Flora and Fauna. In some places the stream gets to difficult to navigate so you will have the opportunity to fly through the air on a purpose built flying fox. For a sightseeing adventure with a difference Canyon Tubing provides fantastic entertainment for young and old.
The 52-year-old has also been busy filming “The Christmas Candle”, which will be her big-screen acting debut. The film, due out this year, also stars Samantha Barks, who recently played Eponine in last year’s “Les Miserables”.