Articles Tagged ‘shopping’

6 Mega-Markets Worth Getting Lost In

6 Mega-Markets Worth Getting Lost In April 13, 2012 | Featured | Read More
In need of some retail therapy? These commercial centers are sure to satisfy any material craving while still giving the most bang for your buck. Across the globe, street markets are an incredible resource for purchasing goods from small, independent suppliers that make up the world’s most interesting...

Smithsonian Lets QVC Sell Hope Diamond (Replicas)

Smithsonian Lets QVC Sell Hope Diamond (Replicas) April 14, 2010 | Travel News, Washington DC | Read More
The world’s largest museum complex and research organization and one of the world’s largest multimedia retailers have joined forces at last.¬† Last week, the Smithsonian Institution and the QVC home shopping network announced a licensing agreement to make and sell a line of jewelry modeled...

Travel Like a Local: Easter in Rome, All-American Roads in Florida, Perth Zoos Kick the Habit

Travel Like a Local: Easter in Rome, All-American Roads in Florida, Perth Zoos Kick the Habit April 2, 2010 | Local Insight | Read More
As we wrapped up March, our Local Experts were busy across the globe finding Local tidbits and tips to help you make the most of the trip you’re going to take (or are dreaming to go on soon). Here are our Top 10 thoughts from our team of Local Experts around the world. Meaghan in San Diego “…...

Holiday Gift Guide: The Best and Worst in Travel Gear

Holiday Gift Guide: The Best and Worst in Travel Gear November 23, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
At NileGuide, we have come to find that for every “why-didn’t-I-think-of-that” travel accessory on the market¬†there is an equally ridiculous product for sale too. Here is a list of our Best and Worst gifts for sale this holiday season, for every kind of traveler on your shopping list: The...

Discount Travel Gear and Where to Find It

Discount Travel Gear and Where to Find It March 26, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
After years of being a gear junkie (maybe not in name, but certainly in practice) I have learned one thing: Gear is expensive. Really expensive. Really frigging, annoyingly, make-you-whine-about-it-on-blog-posts expensive. After even more years of being a dedicated bargain hunter, I have learned one...