Where to Stay in Lake Tahoe – Options Abound

Where to Stay in Lake Tahoe – Options Abound

All over Lake Tahoe (North, South, East, West), the summer is warming up.  As travelers near and far gear up to visit the magnificent mountain lake, the local businesses are also preparing for what is their most important season of the year.

While there are a lucky few who own a lakefront home with a boat dock and pretty much never need to leave, the rest of us have choices to make on where to stay.  Outside of a day trip for those living nearby, most have to choose between staying at a hotel, rent a place, or visit an area campground.  Each have benefits and much of the decision will be dictated by your individual circumstance.

Hotels:

There are numerous options for hotels in the area.  From the more budget friendly for a longer stay to the high end luxury experience and everything in between.

BEST for short stays or small groups as they are some of the most convenient options.  Usually more available to book on short notice, no minimum stays, and no cleaning fees.  From classic budget friendly cabins, to smaller hotel/casinos and on up to high end hotels and casinos there are numerous options.

 

 

 

Vacation Rentals:

From international companies such as AirBNB, VRBO and Homeaway to numerous local vacation rental options, there are some incredible options.

Whether a condo in one of the major resorts such as Heavenly, Squaw Valley, or Northstar with all the amenities, to independent quality budget options, these can be great options for smaller groups.

For families and larger groups, options abound.  If money is not an issue, then there are some amazing lakefront options.  However, for a group there are some great options to be had that are relatively affordable, offer ample space, and are relatively easy access to many of the Lake Tahoe recreational options.

This is another alternative, a beautiful Cabin in North Lake Tahoe. Check it out this amazing place in 360-degrees. Credits to: Tahoe Report

Advertising

Advertising

Visit Chilein360.com

Visit Chilein360.com

Mediamerse just launched their last project to show virtually how Chile in 360°. In an effort to support their friends in Chile because to current outrage, they implemented a complete 360° platform including the most amazing and beautiful landscapes of this South American country.

This is also a practical way to explain part of their job: create power 360° websites. This is not quite simple but it worth it, particularly, if you are totally convinced that this kind of approach is crucial to engage more quality leads.

So, let us invite you into this beautiful experience. Visit the 360° website here: https://www.chilein360.com

 

Advertising

Advertising

Chile during winter in 360°

Chile during winter in 360°

Like if you love snow 💙! We might be at home but we can still feel the most beautiful places of our country: ❄️SOUND ON!❄️. Explore them right on your screen downloading ‘Chile 360º’ app on your phone.

#Chile360 #Snow #Travel #Araucanía #Corralco #ThisIsChile

 

 

EduardoReyes_Mediamerse
Eduardo Reyes
Linkedin Eduardo Reyes Bade

 

 

 

 

Advertising

Advertising

Enjoy Merida (Mexico) in 360°

Enjoy Merida

Acording to Visit México, Merida is a quiet paradise. The peacefulness of the town and the beauty of its streets, make it a place of elegance and contrast amid its colonial houses, Mayan ruins, and architecture. Its food, layered with exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take over your taste buds.  The Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals enjoy traditional drinks, such as champola or sorbet.

According to The Guardian, Merida has been named among the top places in the world to visit in 2017. Lonely Planet named Merida as the American capital of culture in 2017 for its lively music and cultural flamboyance.

 

Tianguis Turístico Mexico

If you have the chance to visit Yucatan, we strongly recommend to learn more about Tianguis Turístico Mexico. This is the most important event for the Mexican Tourism Industry and a Business Forum based on Pre-Scheduled Appointments between Buyers and Exhibitors.

The City of Merida, in the state of Yucatan, will host the 45th Tianguis Turistico edition, March 22-25th, 2020. Merida nicknamed “The white city” due the common color of its old buildings features multiple museums, art, galleries, incredible natural sites nearby and amazing culinary experience and moreover the hospitality of its people.

Come and Enjoy Merida!

 


Thanks to:

Photo: Lucy Nieto
Music: Faster People by Pieces Of Movement
Music from: artlist.io artlist.io
Coupon Code: https://artlist.io/Silas-9177
Video credits to Kayla and Silas! They are travel bloggers over at adventuresofkaylaandsilas.com. They started a YouTube channel to share insight into the world of travel and some of their favorite travel stories.
Website: www.adventuresofkaylaandsilas.com | Email: [email protected] | Twitter: @kaylaandsilas | Facebook: facebook.com/kaylaandsilas | Instagram: kaylaandsilas | Pinterest: pinterest.com/kaylaandsilas/

MÉRIDA WEATHER

Advertising

Advertising

Visit Virtually Anakena, Eastern Island

Visit Virtually Anakena, Eastern Island

 


Have your ever been in a paradise beach in the middle of the Pacific Ocean?

Anakena

Enjoy the warm, calm and turquoise waters of this beach, with white coral sand and palm trees, set in the foreground of the two Ahus and their Moai. A unique landscape you can’t miss (Chile.travel).

Enjoy the sun and swim by the shore, as this is the only beach on the island officially open for bathing. Relax by the seaside kiosks, where you can try tuna empanadas and the traditional poe, a sweet pudding prepared with pumpkin and flour.

Anakena is also known as Haŋa rau o te ‘ariki (source: https://www.easterisland.travel), named after how the first Rapa Nui king Hotu Matu’a disembarked here a thousand years ago when the island was first populated. This was where king Hotu Matu’a built his first house, and forevermore Anakena remained the sacred land of the royal family.

Anakena has two ahu. One of them is Ahu Nau-Nau which has seven moai statues, two of which are broken. The other one is called Ahu Ature Huke and has only 1 moai statue. The moai of Ahu Ature Huke is the first moai statue ever to be restored and raised. This was done by Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl in 1956. The moai was raised by using only rocks, logs and rope. The logs were used as levers to lift the statue and rocks were put underneath, raising the statue little by little.

Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl and his archaeological expedition team had their camp here in 1955-1956 and in 1986.

Interesting, no? What are you waiting to visit this amazing place?

Related posts: Machu Picchu, enjoy it in 360°

 

Eduardo Reyes

360° Video: Marcachile & Photo, credits to Tim Waters

 

Advertising

Advertising

Discover the City of Cusco in 360° video

Discover the City of Cusco in 360° video

Cuzco City

Cusco, located around 3,400 m (11,200 ft) altitude, near the Urubamba Valley of the Andes mountain range in southeastern Peru, is the capital of the Cusco Region and of the Cusco Province. Its population was 428,450 in 2017.

From the 13th until the 16th-century Spanish conquest, Cusco was the historic capital of the Inca Empire. The Constitution of Peru designates it as the Historical Capital of Peru.

In 1983, Cusco was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO receiving the title “City of Cuzco”, becoming a major tourist destination with nearly 2 million visitors a year.

Check the 360°video out! Move the video in any direction to watch how Cuzco looks like.


 

Weather

Cusco has a subtropical highland climate, and it is usually dry and temperate, with two defined seasons. From April to September (winter) there is abundant sunshine and occasional nighttime freezes; July is the coolest month with an average temperature of 9.7 °C (49.5 °F) average. From October to March (summer), the weather turns cloudy and wet; November is the warmest month with 13.3 °C (55.9 °F) average. Temperatures range between −8.9 and 30 °C (16.0 and 86.0 °F).

In 2006 Cusco was found to be the spot with the highest average ultraviolet light level on Earth.

5 locations you have to visit

Plaza de Armas de Cusco: Known as the “Square of the warrior” in the Inca era, this plaza has been the scene of several important events, such as the proclamation by Francisco Pizarro in the conquest of Cuzco. Plaza de Armas was the scene of the death of Túpac Amaru II, considered the indigenous leader of the resistance.

Barrio de San Blas: A neighborhood of artisans, workshops and craft shops. It is one of the most picturesque sites in the city with steep and narrow streets and old houses built by the Spanish over important Inca foundations. It has an attractive square and the oldest church in Cusco, built in 1563.

Hatun Rumiyuq (“the one with the big stone”): This is the most visited street with the palace of Inca Roca (converted to the Archbishop’s residence), and the Stone of Twelve Angles (a marvel of ancient stonework) which is considered emblematic to the city’s history.

Convento e Iglesia de la Merced: Founded in 1536, destroyed by the earthquake in 1650, and rebuilt in 1675. It stands out for its Baroque Renaissance style cloisters, choir stalls, colonial paintings, wood carvings, and an elaborate monstrance made of gold and gemstones that weighs 22 kg (49 lb) and is 130 cm (51.18 in) in height.

Iglesia del Triunfo: Built in 1539, is the first cathedral built in Cusco on the foundations of the Palace of Viracocha Inca. Today, this church is an auxiliary chapel of the Cathedral. The main basilica cathedral of the city was built between 1560 and 1664.

 

You shouldn’t miss it, believe us.

Related posts: Machu Picchu, enjoy it in 360°

Eduardo Reyes

Advertising

Advertising