Vacation Rentals Essay Examples

  • Why Hawaii

    424 words - 2 pages

    Many of you have had the opportunity to enjoy Hawai’i on you vacation. I had the privilege to go to Oahu, Hawai’i, on a family vacation. There were many things fun activities to enjoy. I am going to tell you some of the hotspots of Oahu and some activities you can experience yourself. When you first land on Oahu in Honolulu, after a four and a half hour flight, it is going to be fairly humid and the smell of salt will fill the air. Do not worry, you will adjust to it within a couple days. There are many resorts you could check into. You could also stay in a fancy beach house if you prefer. T

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    The Vacation

    1573 words - 7 pages

    The Vacation “This is no longer a vacation. It's a quest. It's a quest for fun. I'm going to have fun and you're going to have fun. We're all going to have so much freaking fun we'll need plastic surgery to remove our damn smiles. You'll be whistling 'Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah' out of your behinds! I got to be crazy! I'm on a pilgrimage to see a theme park moose. Praise Marty Moose! Holy crap!” (Harold Ramis, dir. Vacation) Sometimes going on vacation can seem just as crazy as it was with the Griswald family, or like our own stressful daily lives if not planned out properly. It is perhaps why o

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    Bell Witch

    310 words - 2 pages

    Probably the most famous witchcraft tale in America, the Bell Witch is said to have plagued John Bell and his family from 1817 to 1821. The phenomena that occurred did include spirits and images. But the main happenings were activity of a particularly violent nature, especially aimed at John Bell's daughter, Elizabeth, who was kicked, punched and bruised very often. The main spirit identified itself as "witch" Kate Betts, a neighbor with whom John Bell had agruments with about some slaves. People all over the county witnessed the ghost Kate, and even General Andrew Jackson had a personal e

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    Creation Myth

    487 words - 2 pages

    Creation Myth: Where did the rain come from? Not many people lived on the island of Kauai. Tyson and his mother made two of the few. Tyson was a very lonely child missing a piece of his life. When he was just an infant, his father was out searching for food to keep his family nurtured, and he never returned to his home. Tyson’s mother seems to think that he was run over by buffalo, but no one knows for sure. It is bad enough that Tyson is an only child, but he has practically lived his life without a father figure. Ever since Tyson has been old enough to fend for his mother and hims

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    Finding Th Right Spot

    394 words - 2 pages

    It is a fact that not everyone has the opportunity to go on a vacation. The ones who can just like to get out of town once in a while in to leave their worries behind. When we go on a vacation, we have to decide the best place to go by what we have in mind. This essay describes the differences between a vacation at a beach or in a city. There are many things to look at including the kinds of activities, the clothing required, and the pace of life available while vacationing on the beach or in the city. The first major difference between vacationing on the beach or in a city is the kind of act

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    The Mountains And The Beach

    470 words - 2 pages

    People are always looking forward to their vacation period. There are many options where to choose. I think that the two most common places people choose for taking a vacation are the beaches and the mountains. Both places offer a variety of fun activities. The beach offers activities that the mountain cannot offer and vice versa. The mountain and the beach are totally different. The purpose of this essay is to contrast the climate, types of activities and locations of beaches and mountains. First aspect that I’m going to discuss is the climate. Climate is always important in order to

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    Cabo San Lucas

    1456 words - 6 pages

    The jewel of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas, has something for everyone. Whatever your price range, and whatever you're looking for you will find it here. These days taking a vacation seems like anything but an actual vacation. There are long lines for security, flight delays, high costs for hotel stays, gasoline and everything in between. You have a good chance of wearing yourself out before you even reach your final destination. But if you plan ahead there is no reason why your dream vacation can’t be a wonderful experience rather than a stressful ordeal. Going anywhere out of the cou

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    Kim Diary

    340 words - 2 pages

    My Diaries of Events July 1, 2010 First day of school, new faces, new learnings, new adventures, all happenings and matters are considered to be a brand new set. Well on my Principles of Tourism1 subject, I felt so slightly nervous about the topics that we are bound to tackle. But later on of discussing the subject, I gradually understood the whole subj. matter. Dec. 14, 2010 Boom! Dean’s Day! This is what our beloved Dean is waiting for. We celebrate it together with the whole fam. of hospitality industry. This day is very full of enjoyment. Happy Birthday Dean! Dec. 17, 2010

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    My Vacation

    289 words - 2 pages

    My Vacation In 2005 my husband, children ages ten and six at the time and I went to Myrtle Beach. We stayed on a campground site called Pirate Land right on the beach. There, you can miniature golf, do some fishing, hang out in the game room, lounge in the lazy river, snack room, and swim in the pool. When you are off the campground there are many shopping stores and amusement parks you can go to. Being at Myrtle Beach is the best place for a vacation because there is so much to do for all ages. Early in the morning when we took a walk on the beach, we saw dolphins jumping out of the water a

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    Compare Contrast

    1583 words - 7 pages

    Myrtle Beach vs. New York City People take vacations to escape their daily lives. They recharge, they escape and they come back from a vacation relaxed and ready to go back to work. Some, however, come back already thinking about their next vacation. I look forward to my yearly vacations and I have been to some very different places. Recently, I have travelled to New York City and, on another vacation, to Myrtle Beach. There are similarities and differences between the two of these places. Picture a beautiful city surrounded by tall skyscrapers soaring into the clouds and the beautiful

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    Resort Management

    880 words - 4 pages

    Timeshares have been around since the 70s and timeshares remain popular today. Today over 3 million people own a Timeshare in the United States and over 7 million people worldwide own one. A Timeshare is a share in a piece of property, usually a resort or condominium where people spend their vacation. Timeshare resorts are beautiful, offering families a vacationing destination. Many people own shares in the same property and they are allowed to use that property for the same time every year, usually a week but it can be more if their share is larger. Since Timeshares are mostly for vacation pu

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    Tenessee

    368 words - 2 pages

    To Tennessee, or Not to Tennessee You are in the car, driving through the streets of Tennessee with your family. You are so glad you took this trip with them, and you can’t wait to see the sights. Then you drive by a wedding chapel, go-kart tracks, and mini-golf courses. Oops. Guess you didn’t expect the sights to be jam-packed full of tourists! Since the Smokey Mountains have plenty of vacationers, there is an abundance of enjoyable activities. There are many museums such as the Ripley's Believe It Or Not museum and even a few wax museums! You can ride up the mountains in a trolley or a

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    Hawaii

    375 words - 2 pages

    When considering Hawaii facts, first and foremost, looking at the area of Hawaii, it is ten thousand nine hundred and thirty two square miles. The population of Hawaii is approximately 1,262,840 as of the year 2004. The state capital of Hawaii is Honolulu and the people of Hawaii are considered as American. The official language of Hawaii is English and Hawaiian; languages spoken are English, Hawaiian, pidgin, Samoan and Tongan. The government of Hawaii is republican and the head of state is Governor Linda Lingle The major industries in Hawaii are Tourism and Agriculture of bananas, pine

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    Appreciating Homeland

    351 words - 2 pages

    Carlo Cea Formal writing Topic: You need to leave your home/homeland to appreciate it more. You need to leave your home/homeland to appreciate it more because it’ll be just the time that you won’t be seeing it for some time. Also, it’ll be just when everything is quite different as it’s not what your used to. Home is where we live, it’s where we’re most comfortable doing things. It’s where our childhood and special memories most occurred. There, we are free to express our feelings and do whatever we want. But sometimes, it gets a bit uninteresting and the enjoyment from it weakens thus w

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    Compare And Contrast

    425 words - 2 pages

    It is a fact that not all the people have the opportunity to go on vacation. The ones who have the facilities like to go out of town once in a while in order to leave their worries behind. When we go on vacation, we have to decide the best place to go according to what we have in mind. The purpose of this essay is to contrast the differences between vacation at a beach or in a city. We will look at the kinds of activities, the clothing required and the pace of life available while vacationing on the beach or in the city. The first major difference between vacationing on the beach or in a city

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    Black Lake Michigan

    1282 words - 6 pages

    The Place I Visited Again When most people consider going up north, their destination is usually only a few hours away. Although, when my family goes up north it is not only a few hours away, but the trip is four and a half hours one way. This trip has great significance for my family because it was always an annual tradition when I was younger. For as long as I can remember, my family has made the trip up north every Fourth of July. Until the last couple of years, my family and I has not been able to make the trip due to activities going on for high school sports and trying to find someone

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    Beach Or City

    439 words - 2 pages

    Gary Jacobi English 98 Mr. Flynn Compare and Contrast To beach or not to beach? It is a fact that not all the people have the opportunity to go on vacation. The ones who have the facilities like to go out of town once in a while in order to leave their worries behind. When we go on vacation, we have to decide the best place to go according to what we have in mind. The purpose of this essay is to contrast the differences between vacation at a beach or in a city. We will look at the kinds of activities, the clothing required and the pace of life available while vacationing on t

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    Uncle Tom Cabin

    795 words - 4 pages

    Tracy Newbill English 203 November 28, 2011 Uncle Tom’s Cabin Literary Analysis Slavery is a terrible human meanness that existed in many cultures for over thousands of years. The results of slavery had a huge impact on the lives’ of slaves and their families, especially in the years leading up to the Civil War. Most slaves wanted freedom and were willing to do anything to pursue it. Uncle Tom’s Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe, brings up a wide variety of arguments against slavery. Uncle Tom’s Cabin stood as a testament to a past set of standards and expectation. Uncle Tom’s Cab

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    Comparison

    722 words - 3 pages

    “Pack up all your cares and woe,” says an old song. Those of us who have the time and money like to go out of town once in a while in order to leave our worries behind. When we go on vacation, we have to decide the best place to go. Some people prefer a vacation at a beach while others prefer to vacation in a city. Both places give us good opportunities to get away from everything, but there are many differences in the kinds of activities, the clothing required and the pace of life. The first major difference between vacationing on the beach or in a city is the kind of activities we are a

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    Booker T

    772 words - 4 pages

    I WAS born a slave on a plantation in Franklin County, Virginia. I am not quite sure of the exact place or exact date of my birth, but at any rate I suspect I must have been born somewhere and at some time. As nearly as I have been able to learn, I was born near a cross-roads post-office called Hale's Ford, and the year was 1858 or 1859. I do not know the month or the day. The earliest impressions I can now recall are of the plantation and the slave quarters -- the latter being the part of the plantation where the slaves had their cabins. My life had its beginning in the midst of the most m

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    Sucess

    297 words - 2 pages

    As the cool breeze follow through my hair, and the warm sand under my feet. I knew I was in paradise. The vacation of my dream is what I called it. The Florida beach is full of so much excitement. I enjoyed the wonderful food, activities, and shell collection. As I walk down the boardwalk there was an explosion of smells that hit my nose. I began to follow the smell to its destination. I smell the fresh crab and lobster soup. There was even a grill of chipotle-mango BBQ chicken. I enjoyed the delicious blueberry snow cone from the stand on the corner. Down by the beach I spot a man with

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    Hawaii

    276 words - 2 pages

    Life in Captain Cook, Hawaii My life in Captain Cook, Hawaii was a dream come true. The fresh, floral air energizes you. The warm, tranquil salt waters refresh you. The breathtaking, natural beauty renews you. When you look around there’s no place on earth like Hawaii. Sounds of the oceans surf is never far away, smells of plumaria and ginger flowers permeate the air so strongly you feel as if you are bathing in them. The sight of the waterfalls and the depth in which the water drops makes you want to swim in the clear blue pool below. Hiking across the volcano floor is breath taking

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    Book Report

    2435 words - 10 pages

    Taryn Juberien Double Identity Timeline Chapter 1 Bethany, her mom, and her dad were driving hours and hours across unfamiliar states all of a sudden her dad stops at a house. Her dad gets out and walks up to the house and starts to talk to a lady. When he returns, he grabs Bethany’s bags and tells Bethany that she is staying there for now. Chapter 2 As Bethany is sitting inside the house not knowing who she is with or where she is Myrlie starts to talk to her. Bethany wants to cal her dad but when she calls it says the phone is out of service. Even when she tries her mothers and

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