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Friday, September 21, 2012

New York Bus Tours-Only Way to See the Big Apple City

New York bus tours are what first come to thoughts for many when they think of sightseeing in New York City. Maybe, it is because the big double-Decker buses are so apparent in the heavy traffic of Fifth Avenue or 34th Street. The lines of ticket holders from New York bus tours waiting for the next bus to come at the Empire State Building tour or Times Square is what captures people’s attention. Maybe, it seeing sightseeing guides from New York bus tours with their umbrellas held high in the air and a string of tourists following behind through busy Rockefeller Center or Grand Central Station that remains etched in peoples' minds. Whatever it is, New York bus tours is what many people think of when they think of seeing St. Patrick's Cathedral, Greenwich Village, Wall Street, etc.
New York bus tours are not the only way to see New York City. Individual and private tours are also available. Personal and private tours operate on the guest's schedule; at the guest's pace and focus on sites the guest is most interested in seeing. Private tours do not have a set "one size fits all" itinerary. Typically, the itinerary is worked out in advance between the guest and their personal tour guide. The guest on a personal and private tour doesn't waste time seeing sites in which they are not interested and doesn't risk not spending enough time at those sites in which they are most interested.

On a private New York City tour, the guest does not compete with a crowd of others for the tour guide's attention or to ask the tour guide questions. It is a personal one-on-one experience.

For more information on New York Tours, attractions, restaurants, lodging, shows, galleries, museums etc. go to New York Shuttle Tours website:

Friday, September 14, 2012

World Tour Guides to Changfeng Ocean

World Tour Places: Changfeng Ocean World is located in Putuo district. It is an international standard ocean world incorporating both a South American themed aquarium and a 2,000 seater indoor Beluga Whale Show Stadium.

This new and modern indoor aquarium offers visitors a glimpse of life on the ocean floor. There are over 10,000 marine animals from over 300 different species.Schools of colorful fish are viewed against a backdrop of themes, such as a sunken pirate ship, mountain streams and rainforests. The aquarium also features a touching pool, and tanks housing unusual crustaceans, sea-horses, corals and anemones. Perhaps most impressive is the deep ocean and sea floor exhibit that brings visitors face-to-face with sharks, sea snakes and other creatures of the deep.

The Beluga Whale Show Stadium is the only one of its kind in the East China region, which holds regular whale and seal shows.