Articles Tagged ‘soccer’

One London Hotel, Two FA Cup Teams

One London Hotel, Two FA Cup Teams May 13, 2011 | Europe, Travel News, UK | Read More
Have you ever been bullied? Maybe someone called you a name? Beat you up? Kicked your dog? Made fun of your mom? Stole your hotel reservations? Never happened to you? Well, according to Stoke City Football Club manager Tony Pulis via Daily Mail, that’s exactly what happened to his team ahead of the...

Gay Drinking Travelers Unite! Top 5 Destinations for World Cup 2022 Vacations

Gay Drinking Travelers Unite! Top 5 Destinations for World Cup 2022 Vacations December 18, 2010 | Travel Safety, Travel Tips | Read More
Last week FIFA announced that the small peninsular nation of Qatar would play host to the 2022 World Cup Finals. Naturally, there was much rejoicing in the country, as they beat out the world powers of Japan, South Korea, Australia, and the United States. Also naturally, there was immediate skepticism...

Where to Watch the World Cup in a City Near You

Where to Watch the World Cup in a City Near You June 10, 2010 | Active/Outdoors, Local Insight | Read More
The Cup of Life, Copa Mundial, the best competition in the world, the most popular sport in the world, la vida loca, joga bonita…call it what you want, bottom line – the World Cup is finally here!  The host nation of South Africa fulfilled on their promise and completed their stadiums, instituted...

Travel Like a Local: Beer in Copenhagen, Shepard Fairey in NYC, Hiking in Lake Tahoe

Travel Like a Local: Beer in Copenhagen, Shepard Fairey in NYC, Hiking in Lake Tahoe May 7, 2010 | Local Insight | Read More
We’re one week down in May, and our Local Experts are out and about! Local Expert Julie in the Florida Keys “The Florida Keys are not within the projected impact area in official near-term forecast models.” – Latest Advisory from the Florida Keys and the Gulf Oil Spill Local...

Travel Like a Local: Carnivores in Rio, Football in Perth, Truffle Shuffles in Seattle

Travel Like a Local: Carnivores in Rio, Football in Perth, Truffle Shuffles in Seattle April 30, 2010 | Local Insight | Read More
One of the joys of working for NileGuide is getting to see all of the wacky shenanigans our writing team is up to around the world. Elephants? Check! Meat Feast? Check! Anniversary of 80s moves that resides in the mind recesses of a generation? Double Check! Here’s how to Travel Like a Local, with...

Airport Olympics: Stranded Travelers Pass Time With Sports

Airport Olympics: Stranded Travelers Pass Time With Sports April 28, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Even though flights resumed last Wednesday, it was estimated that over 35,000 Britons began the week still stranded and waiting for the chance to fly home.  While some people went to extraordinary lengths to get home, others have been patiently waiting it out and finding ways to pass the time. The Telegraph...