PRWeb Published 3:10 pm CDT, Monday, October 7, 2019 Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Does Car Insurance Cover Flood Damage Caused By Hurricanes? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Cheapquotesautoinsurance.com has released a new blog post "Does Your Car Insurance Cover Floods?" LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) October 07, 2019 Cheapquotesautoinsurance.com has released a new blog post that explains how car owners can be compensated for flood and hurricane damage by their auto insurance coverage Water can render a car totally useless. The modern devices installed in a car can be short-circuited when water breaches in. So, it is normal for drivers to ask … [Read more...] about Does Car Insurance Cover Flood Damage Caused By Hurricanes?
When you think Tuscany, you think Florence, Siena and Pisa, but there is another side to the region. A seemingly endless expanse of wild terrain that’s home to tiny hilltop towns and hospitable locals known as the Maremmani. It’s been my home for almost a decade, but I’m channelling my inner tourist and dragging my born-and-bred husband on a weekend road trip to (re)discover the Maremma’s highlights. An early morning dip at Saturnia We’re kicking off the weekend at the Saturnia hot springs. The Maremma is located deep in Southern Tuscany and these hot springs are about two hours from Rome. They’re the area’s most popular tourist attraction and it always pays to get in early, unless you enjoy elbowing German tourists in the face for space. The pools are naturally carved travertine basins fed by a small waterfall known colloquially as the Cascate del Mulino. It’s close to 37°C at the source, but a much more temperate 35°C at … [Read more...] about Weekend Wanderlust: The very best of the Tuscan Maremma
Tips : Accommodation Related: Birmingham We review the best Marriott, Hyatt and Hilton hotel executive club lounges in Birmingham, Huntsville, Florence, Mobile, Alabama, Montgomery in Alabama. Alabama is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. While it is not a popular holiday destination, there are plenty of Marriott, Hyatt and Hilton hotels to choose from in the major cities of Birmingham, Huntsville, Florence, Mobile, Alabama and Montgomery. In terms of the best luxury hotels in Alabama, The Hyatt Regency Birmingham Wynfrey Hotel is a great choice and the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club and Spa is also your top choice for playing golf in the region. Wherever you decide to stay, in Birmingham, Alabama, or elsewhere, be sure to take advantage of our free upgrades, free breakfasts and free perks at almost every luxury hotel … [Read more...] about Best Hotel Executive Club Lounges In Birmingham, Alabama
Catch the best of the season all across the country. Author: Kristin Smith Updated: Oct 11, 2019 Original: Oct 10, 2019 Unless you live in south Florida, there's a fall show happening near you. Case in point: these 20 spectacular autumn hikes, which mix fall leaves with everything from beaches to waterfalls. Pick your region and get going. West Mt. Constitution Loop, Moran State Park, WA Aim for the sweet spot between summer crowds and winter cold on this 6.7-mile loop to the highest point in the San Juan Islands. With the first dusting of snow settling over the Cascade and Coast Ranges and bright red berries decorating the island’s madrones, the views are gorgeous near and far. On Orcas Island, Park at Mountain Lake, then brace your quads for the 1,500-foot, steep eastern face of Mt. Constitution. The climb winds through an evergreen and madrone forest until you reach the bare rock summit. Take a moment away from the mountain-to-sea panorama to look for … [Read more...] about 20 Fall Hikes You Can Do Right Now
By Kerri Westenberg | October 13, 2019 at 12:05 am An Italian man puffed his way up the narrow road — literally. His hands clutched his handlebars, leveraging them for power as he cycled uphill. That left only one place for his cigarette: between his lips. He smiled in greeting as we passed. Headed in the opposite direction, I had just crested the hill and my speed was picking up. On this sunny Saturday in spring, I had already coasted past fields of gnarled olive trees, seen a pheasant scamper into the grasses, breathed in cypress-tinged air — and encountered scads of Italians in skin-hugging bike shorts zipping across Tuscany (the vast majority, without tobacco). “Italians are crazy for bikes,” guide Marco Vignoli told me before I set off. An Italian could be broke and still wouldn’t hesitate to drop $5,000 on a road bike, he said with a shrug. Perched upright on a comfortable hybrid bike, I began to understand why cycling is central to the Italian … [Read more...] about Cycling perfect way to see Tuscan countryside