1. City Pass
Give these invaluable passes for heavy discounts and front of the line experiences for family and friends planning a trip to New York City, Southern California, Seattle, Tampa Bay, Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, Boston and Atlanta at CityPass.com. The water tours of NYC are perfect for hot summer days and the seven-day transportation pass included with the San Francisco pass are some of our favourites.
2. Home Exchange
Give a one-year membership to this world-wide, high-end home exchange service that has been operating for decades and that lets you search not only by city or region but also by the type of exchange you prefer such as a Second Home, Non Simultaneous exchange or a Hospitality offered situation along with the regular direct home exchange (Simultaneous).You can even filter the 55,000+ listings by those looking for accommodations in your region or who are open to going anywhere.
Members pay just $9.95 per month to access these thousands of properties – and often member’s kayaks, beach chairs, and other recreation equipment – allowing them to travel to as many homes as their schedule allows at no additional cost. And with access to amenities many hotels won’t offer their guests, such as gourmet kitchens, boats, private yards, and a local neighborhood, They even offer a guarantee: If You Don’t Exchange This Year your 2nd Year Is Free.
3. TP-LINK Nano Router
The portable router – no bigger than a hockey puck is perfect for travellers who can connect to a DSL or cable modem. It works as a regular wireless router to give Internet access from DSL or cable modem for multiple users sharing an internet connection and provides an all in one portable wireless connection for laptops, tablets, smartphones etc.
And coming soon, a new generation of TP-LINK Power Bank portable battery chargers that are ideal for charging smartphones and tablets when travelling.
Available from: B2B Marketing Insights 416-605-6881
4. National Geographic Luggage
These attractive and sturdy pieces of luggage and travel bags include backpacks, duffel bags, leather travel bags, passport wallets, rolling suitcases, shoulder bags, and more. These culturally inspired bags feature hand-crafted accents, while the high-tech bags include camera cases, tripod bags, and rugged suitcases. Delivery within 24 to 48 hours from http://shop.nationalgeographic.com/
5. Lonely Planet Guide Books
From the trusted name in adventure travel this regularly updated series provides in-depth information on every destination from the world’s most popular cities to off the beaten track destinations including areas you may not have heard of. All the information focuses on providing a valuable travel experience for all budgets.
6. Along Interstate 75
“Along Interstate 75” is THE bible for snowbirds travelling to Florida. The author, Dave Hunter is a well-respected travel writer also produces the companion guide, “Along Florida’s Expressways”. Both guides are chock full of useful information on attractions, accommodations and dining options along the routes and include sturdy colourful fold out and section by section maps detailing every mile of the journey.
i75 online.com 1-800-431-1579
Irvine Restaurant Week held in conjunction with California Restaurant Month provides a great opportunity to try new restaurants in Orange County. The seven-day celebration every January features prix fixe lunch and dinner tasting menus. Try the melt in your mouth Zinfandel Braised Short Rib paired with a California zin at The Winery Restaurant and Wine Bar. Start with their amazing version of the popular Italian caprese salad, featuring Santa Barbara heirloom tomatoes and fresh burrata mozzarella. Your taste buds will thank you.
for more information click here: Irvine Restaurant Week