On the sands of the Gulf of Aigues-Mortes, the architect Jean Balladur created not only an entirely new seaside resort but a ... More
On the sands of the Gulf of Aigues-Mortes, the architect Jean Balladur created not only an entirely new seaside resort but a very distinctive town. The buildings in this resort are characterized by multi-colored pyramids and undulating curves. If the modernism often appears superficial and kitsch, this has not stood in the way of its success. Over thirty years later, the town welcomes around a 100,000 holiday-makers every year despite its steep prices. To keep them amused, the town offers an enormous range of facilities, including numerous golf courses, a casino, marinas and then, in the unlikely case that one has any spare time left, there are always the beaches.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club on the Las Vegas Strip is located on a 10 acre site at the south end
of the world renowned Las Vegas Strip. This non gaming resort offers the convenience and luxury that appeal to ...
The Skywalk offers visitors an absolutely stunning view of the Grand Canyon, from a Glass Bridge suspended 4,000 ft above
the Colorado River. Located on the Hualapai reservation just west of Grand Canyon Village, this $40 million architectural marvel ...
This is a wonderful spot at the MGM Grand to spend an hour or two gazing at the lions and
cubs in their multi level, state of the art showcase and natural habitat. These pampered cats are housed off ...