The 2013 PGA Championship is the 95th edition of the tournament, and it is being held at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, NY from August 8th to the 11th.Â As always, there will be a stellar group of the worldâ€™s best golfers on display, and as always the title is up in the air.
Will the trophy be hoisted up by one of the favorites or by someone stealing the spotlight and making a name for himself?Â Only time will tell, but here are some golfers to watch for.Â Continue reading →
For anyone who loves Formula One racing, the race in Abu Dhabi is the ultimate racing destination.Â The 2013 version returns to the Yas Marina Circuit on November 1st through the 4th.Â Abu Dhabi is located in the Persian Gulf and is the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.
If you plan on making the journey to take in all of the culture and the world class racing action at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, youâ€™re going to need somewhere to stay. Since Abu Dhabi is known for its beautiful and unusual modern architecture, why not stay in one of these unique buildings? Here are a few modern hotels that donâ€™t skimp on amenities or service when it comes to their guests.Â Continue reading →
Brazil is the place to be in 2014 if you are a diehard fan of football as it is one of the most popular sports in the world. Brazil is the largest country in South America and its football team is one of the titans of international football, having won the World Cup a record four times. It has produced players like Pele, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Kaka who are all household soccer names no matter what country you are in. The country is going to hold the competition for the second time in history and the Brazil World Cup is keenly awaited by more than a billion people around the globe. Continue reading →
The 71st Grand Prix de Monaco has showed us once again why it is the preeminent event of sport and entertainment. This iconic race is unmatched in its ability to bring together everything you need for a fabulous experience. Start with one of the most stunningly beautiful spots in the World with the Principality of Monaco and the Cote d’Azur, add plenty of beautiful people, a port jammed with massive yachts, the best champagne and parties, and this is only the beginning. Mix in one of the Worldâ€™s most thrilling and watched sports and its illustrious brands and celebrity drivers, and you have truly created an event everyone should see at least once in their lives. Continue reading →
The United States Grand Prix is one of the most anticipated events of the year for Formula One racing fans. Scheduled for November 15 to 18, 2013, the race will take place at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The first purpose-built grand prix facility in the United States, the Circuit is one of the most spectacular and challenging circuits in the world. This year, the 3.427-mile circuit is also scheduled to host the Texas Motorcycle Grand Prix, the American Le Mans Series, the Rolex Sports Car Series and the FIA World Endurance Championship.
The United States Grand Prix is a thrilling event that gets your heart racing as you watch some of the world’s greatest racers in action. If you are planning to be there come November (a must if you love Formula One racing), then you would naturally want to make your US Grand Prix trip something to remember. Here are 4 ways you can customize your grand prix experience with Roadtrips: Continue reading →
For diehard ice hockey fans, the Stanley Cup Finals are the pinnacle of all Canadian and American sporting events. Ask any serious hockey fan what it means to them and he or she will probably tell you that they’d give anything to watch the finals. First commissioned in 1892, the Stanley Cup went through several transformations before being officially adopted by the NHL. In its glorious century old history, the finals have produced a number of great players and memorable moments that will stay at the forefront of generations to come.
Really great moments in sporting events do not come every day. They are not made, but happen spontaneously and leave a lasting impression on a spectator’s mind. And they can be counted on the fingers of one hand. Without further delay, here are Roadtrips’ 5 absolutely great moments in the history of the Stanley Cup Finals: Continue reading →
Are you planning a Montreal Grand Prix getaway this summer? You should use this opportunity to see and experience the city of Montreal, the cultural capital of Canada. Since your calendar will be packed for three days from the 7th to 9th of June when the races take place, you should plan a holiday of at least five days so that you will have enough time to visit the beautiful city of Montreal.
The second largest city in Canada (after Toronto) and the second largest French-speaking urban center in the world (after Paris), Montreal is one of the top tourist destinations in Canada. This historic city was first settled by European immigrants about 400 years ago, but Native American settlements in the area date back to prehistoric times. Continue reading →
With an unusually active winter just wrapping up, not many of us want to start thinking of the next one already.Â But since next winter happens to be a Winter Games year, you can never start too early!
The 2014 Winter Games will be hosted in the beautiful city of Sochi, Russia.Â Before you start shivering, keep in mind that Sochi is actually a resort city on the Black Sea and has a much milder winter climate than most of us associate with Russia.Â Sochi also has a lot to see and do besides watching the various Olympic events.Â Here are some exciting things to see as a tourist in Sochi during the 2014 Winter Games.
No list of what to see in Sochi would be complete without mentioning the venues.Â The Olympic Park, known as the Coastal Cluster, is near the Black Sea and will connect all the coastal Olympic venues to each other.Â They are all within walking distance from another, and include the venues for ice hockey, curling, speed skating and figure skating.
Five Winter Games venues will be situated in the Caucasus Mountains in the Krasnaya Polyana ski resort area.Â This area is also called the Mountain Cluster and all of the outdoor venues are located here.Â They include skiing, snowboarding, luge, skeleton, bobsleigh and biathlon. Continue reading →
Most sports fans and certainly most tennis fans would agree that a trip to Wimbledon would be a luxurious experience. Watching world-class tennis matches from Centre Court at the All England Club, proper English teas and unmatched hospitality make Wimbledon a sports travelerâ€™s dream.
However, when you book your Wimbledon getaway through Roadtrips, there are ways to make it even more luxurious. Here are three ways that you can take your trip to the next level and beyond. Continue reading →
The 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro is going to be an experience to remember, especially if you take advantage of a premium travel package from Roadtrips.Â Brazil is festive and energetic all on its own, but when you throw in one of the worldâ€™s biggest sporting events the results should be unimaginable.
Of course, if youâ€™ve never been to Rio de Janeiro or a World Cup event before, there are some important tips you should follow:Â Continue reading →
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