Frequent business travellers know that a good hotel is essential. But not all good hotels make good business hotels. Business travellers have different needs to leisure travellers. What makes a great business hotel? These seven factors combined keep corporate travellers coming back.
Friends, Queenslanders, Aussies, lend us your ears because it’s almost time for the annual Shakespeare in the Park Festival in Toowoomba. This October Toowoomba will be hosting the tenth Shakespeare in the Park Festival so we’re expecting it to be even more special than usual.
Like any capital city, Auckland is packed full of places to see and things to do and the best way to see it (if you have the time) is to wander around exploring every nook and cranny and visiting every attraction, restaurant or site possible.
Cairns has long been a popular holiday destination for backpackers and holiday makers in their teens and twenties, and this demographic are usually holidaying on a shoestring. For this reason Cairns is full of places to stay, eat and play for a minimal about of money if you know how to find them.
I recently returned from a month long trip around the States and during my research for the trip I found some amazing Apps that can really make planning a trip so much easier. Here is a list of the ones I think are the best.
Sydney has long been known for its great food and over recent years, Surry Hills has become the epicentre of the restaurant scene with a dense population of excellent eateries ranging from high end restaurants through to cheap eats.
Known locally as ‘God’s Country’, there are a myriad of things to do on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. From the famous sands of ‘Summer Bay’ at one end of the peninsula to the bustling, cosmopolitan suburb of Manly at the other end.