Leisure Travel For Women - Places To See and Things To Do
Nobody nows more about sightseeing New York, than the archetypal, Big Apple inhabiting, single and not so single gals of the TV series Sex And The City
Having trawled every corner of the city looking for love and eligible bachelors, there is no part of New York that they cannot tell you about. But what sightseeing have they done themselves within the episodes of the hit sitcom?
Trawling the Art Galleries
Any avid Sex and the City fan will immediately associate the sitcom with the wealth of art galleries that you will see whilst sightseeing New York. One of the characters, Charlotte York, even worked in several galleries during the course of her career. However, that did not stop her visiting other art spots with the girls in her spare time; one gallery that will stick out in the memory of both Charlotte and Carrie’s minds, is the exhibition at which they crossed paths with the infamous Russian artist Aleksandr Petrovsky who soon whisked Carrie away to a new life in Paris. As Charlotte would tell you, there are many galleries that are simply not to be missed when it comes to sightseeing. New York’s finest include the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Grand Hotel Ushba - as close to heaven as you can get
"During the first hotel season, I think the only complaint we got were from guests about the word 'probably' in our slogan 'Probably the best hotel location on earth'. All those who complained thought we we should take away that word; they strongly believed that they had stayed at the "best hotel location on earth”. - Richard Bærug.
Norwegian-born Richard Bærug is proud of having got involved in a what first seemed to be a modest hotel project in the most beautiful and mountainous part of Georgia and Europe – the remote and somewhat mystical region of Svaneti. During a hiking tour in the summer of 2009 he bounced into the local Argvliani family that possessed two buildings, one of which they wanted to turn into a small hotel. They immidiately decided to cooperate.
"I have been working in the travel industry for many years, but I have never seen such a location as this," Bærug admits.
Of all Korea's beautiful attractions, no other city springs to mind like Busan when it comes to sun drenched beaches and warm ocean waters
Let Busan seduce you with its coastal charms. Experience a special charm that no other place can offer you in Korea's most popular coastal city, Busan! Dynamic Busan!
The Busan Cooperative Fish Market
The beautiful blue waters of Korea's largest portside city, Busan! At the Busan Cooperative Fish Market, located near the Jagalchi Market, the day begins at early dawn as merchants gather for the fish auction. Here, we were able to experience a very different scene from your typical city. The morning was gorgeously bright in Busan.
With so many markets and fashion streets, Seoul is truly a shopping paradise
The types of shops are so varied that shoppers can buy things in almost any style and color. The following lists all the major shopping destinations in the Gangbuk (North of Hangang River) and Gangnam (South of Hangang River) areas.
BARGAIN SHOPPING IN GANGBUK AREA
Namdaemun Market, which has been around for over 600 years, is a place for people to purchase various types of products at bargain prices. Within walking distance of the market is Myeong-dong, the busiest shopping district in Seoul. Because of its convenient location and popularity among international travelers, the Namdaemun Market and Myeongdong district have together become an international center for shopping.
To celebrate the completion of its new website, the Korea Tourism Organization has come up with a list of heralded travel destinations exclusively for visitors
Due in large part to Korea's beautiful, rolling mountains, surrounding oceans and myriad cultural & historical sites, the flow of tourists to the country is steadily growing. If you do not want to miss out on any must-see places or must-do activities, be sure to include Korea's top 10 tourist destinations in your itinerary.
No.1 Traditional Market Tour (Namdaemun Market, Dongdaemun Market, Myeong-dong and Insa-dong)
As a time-honored traditional haven, Namdaemun Market makes for an ideal place to soak in the shopping scene with its unlimited street-vendors, and myriad restaurants. If it's the latest fashion trends you're after, Dongdaemun Market never sleeps, greeting shoppers from 10am to as late as 5am the following morning. The area is bustling with energetic Koreans even at dawn. Myeong-dong, which was rated the number-one destination visited by foreign tourists, is crowded with people all year round.