June 27, 2017

Pierre Bennett Global Holidays: The Five Best Places to Ski

Pierre Bennett Global Holidays

Pierre Bennett Global Holidays

When rating a skiing destination, Pierre Bennett Global Holidays says that it’s not just about which place gets the most snow or has the steepest runs – it’s the overall skiing experience that counts.  And Pierre Bennett Global Holidays believes that it’s important for members to have the inside scoop on which mountains are the best to point their skis down.

Although Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is famous for its snow and the people who ski there – it’s as far from pretentious as a skier can find, reports Pierre Bennett Global Holidays. World-class skiers still visit Jackson for practice runs before competing, rewarding themselves with waffles and domestic beer from Corbet’s Cabin after a good run. Jackson also has some of the best backcountry skiing in the world and its snowfall is legendary. Pierre Bennett Global Holidays notes that even though it seems incongruous for Jackson to be as challenging as it is and family-friendly at the same time – somehow this ski destination manages to be all things to all people.

Pierre Bennett Global Holidays also recommends Alta and Snowbird for skiers who are looking for a challenge. With over 600 inches of snow per year, these side-by-side resorts near Salt Lake City, Utah are a skier’s dream.  Pierre Bennett Global Holidays acknowledges that the nightlife on the slopes is on the quiet side. However, if  ski enthusiasts just want the pure experience of skiing in this amazing place, they won’t be disappointed.

Famous for both its skiing and movie festival, Telluride is hardly off the pop-culture beaten path. However, that doesn’t mean that it’s simple to get to. It’s worth the ride to get to this little town, though, with the stunning 14,000-foot mountain backdrop, notes Pierre Bennett Global Holidays. And the best news for skiers is that in 2008 new terrain, “Revelation Bowl,” was opened. Better access was also provided to Palmyra Peak, which is perfect for skiers who want expert chutes, says Pierre Bennett Global Holidays.

Pierre Bennett Global Holidays reports that Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, located on the north side of Lake Tahoe are the most hit and miss on the list of skiing destinations. Some weeks they can go with barely any snowfall at all, or there can be avalanche warnings for weeks at a time. But, when the conditions are right, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows have some of the best skiing that members can hope to find. Also, because Pierre Bennett Global Holidays members aren’t restricted to a timeshare, they aren’t tied down to one skiing location, and they don’t have to work around another vacationer’s schedule. Squaw Valley has overhauled the base village, so skiers will find it easier than ever to navigate.

Although the Vail and Beaver Creek resorts are further apart than the other mountain pairs on the list, they are still relatively close together, states Pierre Bennett Global Holidays. And when a skier takes advantage of both mountains, they are one of the most formidable destinations in the west. Also, states Pierre Bennett Global Holidays, the terrain at Vail is the largest in the U.S., with over 5,289 acres.

Timeshare owners and skiers across the nation are making the switch to Pierre Bennett Global Holidays. Unlike traditional travel membership plans, Pierre Bennett Global Holidays doesn’t limit the number of trips a member may book or make them settle for the same destination year after year.

Interviewing Experts Presents Humorous (But True) Airline Travel Tips

When traveling by air, whether it’s other people’s angry children or an over-served fellow passenger, it’s best to be prepared for any eventuality.

Q: What’s the best way to handle children who won’t stop kicking the seat?

A: Before flying make sure to cash a twenty-dollar bill for twenty singles because children are amenable to bribery. Start the bidding off at one dollar and work up as needed.

Q: What’s the best way to remember where my car is parked?

A: That’s an excellent question because it’s rare for a passenger to remember where he or she has parked after a long flight. (And the numbers fall exponentially if there are tired children or an international flight involved.) Try writing your parking information down at least twice and store it in your wallet and carry on.

Q: What’s the best way to deal with an inebriated seatmate who you don’t know?

A: There isn’t a polite way to tell someone that they’ve had enough to drink. However, an informational approach might be the best one. “Did you know that for every drink a person consumes, they should have two glasses of water?” The math alone should keep them silent for a few minutes.

Q: What if the airline food is bland?

A: Pack a small bottle of hot sauce. Hot sauce can cure all but the very worst airline food.

Q: What’s the best way to deal with lost luggage?

A: If traveling with a companion, cross pack clothing and other essentials so that if the airline does make a mistake, you can still have part of your wardrobe.  Traveling solo it’s a little more difficult to be proactive. But, keeping a change of clothing in your carry on will help to minimize the frustration in case something does go wrong.

Interviewing Experts hopes that these travel tips will help your trip go a bit smoother next time. Bon voyage!

Perfect Vacation Source Invites You to Enjoy Hawaii’s Splendor

Perfect Vacation Source

Perfect Vacation Source

Tropical sunsets, palm trees, waterfalls, mountains – Hawaii is paradise and The Perfect Vacation Source wants you to experience its majesty. With The Perfect Vacation Source family friendly prices, traveling to Hawaii can become a family tradition.

Visitors to Hawaii report that the state is very family friendly. The Hawaiian word for “children” is keiki – think of how much fun your keiki will have learning to surf, playing in waterfalls or snorkeling in the azure water of the island. And because The Perfect Vacation Source offers members the lowest available price at the time of booking, visiting Hawaii has never been easier.

The island of Kauai is the oldest of the islands, and Perfect Vacation Source notes that Kauai is also one of the wettest spots on the planet with an annual average rainfall of 460 inches. Hundreds of the island’s inhabitants are wild chickens, descended from the earliest settlers. Because of the lack of predators, the chickens wander freely around the island. The Perfect Vacation Source also suggests visiting Kauai and trying to spot the area where the iconic M*A*S*H* opening sequence was filmed.

Travel professionals at The Perfect Vacation Source recommend visiting Molokai, noted by the Roman Catholic Church as the site of religious miracles that were verified and confirmed by the Vatican. The Kalaupapa Colony is only one of the two sites in the United States where a Catholic Saint resided and performed miracles. The tallest point of the island is Kamakou on East Molokai, which is 4,970 feet above sea level. Perfect Vacation Source members enjoy the low prices, so you can see the other sights in this historic area, while saving money.

The island of Lanai is known as the Pineapple Island because the island used to be a pineapple plantation. Interestingly enough, The Perfect Vacation Source notes the island itself is privately owned by David H. Murdock. Murdock purchased Castle and Cooke/Dole Foods, which had previously owned the island. There are no traffic lights on Lanai and no shopping malls either. However, for a one-time fee, hotel guests enjoy unlimited rides on buses that go between the hotels and the ferry. The Perfect Vacation Source recommends renting bicycles and off-road vehicles when you visit Lanai.

The Perfect Vacation Source suggests that members visit the beautiful island of Maui because it’s an excellent spot for whale watching. From December to early May humpback whales call Maui home. Traveling 3,000 miles of ocean in less than ninety days, the gentle giants migrate from the Gulf of Alaska to Hawaii for breeding and birthing in the islands’ warm water. The Perfect Vacation Source recommends that members keep their eyes open for whale pods, which are small groups of several adults, or groups of mothers and calves. Other places of interest include Haleakala National Park, which has a dormant volcano and Front Street that offers a broad variety of food and entertainment. Also, says The Perfect Vacation Source, Maui hosts the finish of the Vic-Maui Yacht Race.

Oahu is the most populous of the islands and its nickname is “The Gathering Place.” The island is forty-four miles long and 30 miles across. Oahu’s Mount Ka’ala is the highest mountain 4,025 feet above sea level. Here’s a fun fact about the island from The Perfect Vacation Source:  Lost, Hawaii 5-0, Magnum P.I., Jurassic Park and Forgetting Sarah Marshall were all filmed in Oahu. And if you choose to visit the island via cruise ship, the Perfect Vacation Source will find you the lowest price available to make the cruise more affordable.

Hawaii is called “The Big Island” both to separate the island itself from the state, but also because with an area of 4,028 square miles it is bigger than all of the other islands combined – and it’s still growing. Because Mauna Loa and K’lauea are active volcanoes, lava flows have added 543 acres between January 1983 and September 2002.

Finally, The Perfect Vacation Source suggests that visitors enjoy a favorite food of the locals, Spam musubi. Spam musubi is a uniquely Hawaiian snack consisting of a Japanese onigiri, or rice ball, with a slice of cooked spam on it and wrapped with nori, or dried seaweed.

For more information about experiencing the ultimate vacation from The Perfect Vacation Source, visit them online at www.perfectvacationsource.com