We anticipate ‘off the beaten track’ destinations as well as cities being top choices for 2023 – such as Seoul, Berlin, Querétaro, Budva and Boston. Seoul offers a unique combination of lavish futuristic architecture and traditional temples while Berlin will certainly provide plenty of exciting features including the world-renowned museums and vibrant nightlife. For a more laid-back approach to travel, head over to Querétaro in Mexico. This small city has recently gained attention as one of the cultural hot spots for visitors wishing to explore picturesque colonial buildings and squares amidst deserts and mountains. Although much smaller than Seoul or Berlin, Budva in Montenegro gives travellers a taste of Mediterranean charm with its fresh seafood restaurants and stunning seaside promenade. Last but not least is Boston: esteemed universities, historical sites like Fenway Park as well as nearby trails full of nature make this city worth every minute you spend there.
Generally, the most important time during the festive season in Italy is La Vigilia on Christmas Eve. During dinner on the 24th, families usually come together around the table eating lot of delicious food. The meal lasts late into the night, and then families leave their feasting to attend midnight mass. On Christmas day, you can expect to start the meal with seafood salad, salmon or tuna, gamberetti in salsa rosa (shrimp with cocktail sauce), as well as cured meats. The main course, depending on the region, consists of the famous tortellini in broth, lasagne, or pasticcio or for Customer Onboarding Advisor Will ‘the amazing baked pasta prepared just like grandma taught’ . Whatever the menu, Italians cannot end their lunch without some famous Christmas treats pandoro and panettone. Although some Italian families generally give gifts to children on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, the tradition should be to wait
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10. Space, space and more space.
On average, a vacation
home gives you more than 1,300 square feet in which to stretch out, unwind,
and enjoy. By comparison, hotel rooms are virtual shoeboxes with an average
of just 325 square feet.1
Vacation homes are almost always more affordable than hotels. Take Maui, for example. The average nightly rate for a hotel room in the Hawaiian paradise is $270 not including taxes.2 A vacation home on the island averages $346.3 Yes, it’s a wee bit more, but
remember how much more space you’ll be getting. Factor in the cost
of eating out three times a day, and a vacation home with a fully-equipped
kitchen can be a significantly better value!