Archive for March 28, 2013
Most working stiffs receive only one or two weeks of vacation each year. Understandably, that time is almost sacred, and people want to spend these rare occasions in the most enjoyable ways as possible. Depending on personal preference and priorities, people may choose to spend their vacations on road trips, in a villa in Galicia, or relaxing at home without the stresses of work or travel. For some vacationers, they crave excitement and adventure that can only be achieved through foreign travel. If foreign vacation adventures are what you seek, there are more options available than ever, especially when it comes to lodging.
For vacationers with a taste for classic literature, they may have visions of sipping from a wineskin among exotic villas in spain, villas in France, or a villa in Galicia. While this may satisfy the Hemingways among us, there are other lodging options that will never fail to stir that spirit of literary adventure. If you are looking for something a bit different from a villa in Galicia, there are many quirky places to stay. And just because these options are more unusual than a villa in Galicia, it does not mean that one sacrifices their romantic visions. For example, glamping is a fine option for people who want to enjoy the outdoor perks of camping, but do not want to give up the comforts of more traditional accommodations. Other unusual lodging options include a holiday in a tipi, a holiday in a yurt, and treehouse holidays. Whatever international travelers are looking for, there are more lodging options available than they can possibly imagine. Continue.