Thursday, August 28, 2008
IBBP.com welcomes our newest member, Red Tree House in Mexico City. The Red Tree House consists of a beautiful, two-story house; a stylish roof-top penthouse; and the four room garden house. There are eight guest quarters, all featuring comfortable beds, high quality bedding, cable TV and wireless internet. Visitors to The Red Tree House enjoy the friendly, social atmosphere and the opportunity to meet fellow travelers.
Mexico City, the Capital of Mexico, is a large international city with museums, galleries, and world famous cuisine. Area attractions worth a closer look in include museums of Frida Kahlo and Leon Trotsky, and the Plaza with its weekend market and wide range of cafes and restaurants. Within the city the range of attractions are endless with the National Palace, the Zocalo, Chapultepec Park, the world famous Anthropology Museum, the canals of Xochimilco, and the weekend markets in San Angel, Coyoacan and Tlalpan being top of the list. Also any visit to Mexico City should include a trip to see the incredible Aztec pyramids at Teotihuacan, just an hours drive from the city center. Yearly festivals include Independence Day in September, and Day of the Dead in November.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
IBBP.com welcome's Gallery 111 Bed and Breakfast in Tucumcar, New Mexico. This historic estate is a favorite for travelers seeking an "Off the Beaten Path" relaxing destination. Located deep in the heart of Historic Route 66, just a stroll down memory lane. Enjoy an early morning cup of coffee in the parlor, join other guests on the porch for friendly conversation, or participate with local artists in the studio. Gallery 111 Bed & Breakfast has old world charm rooms with antique furnishings and unique artwork. The property also has a working art gallery and studio.
Tucumcari is a small town located in eastern New Mexico, most known as a stop on famed Route 66. The town offers visitors a trip down memory lane with true Americana flavor. Stop by the Tucumcari Historical Museum with its Route 66 exhibit. Get your picture taken in front of the Route 66 Roadside Attraction or the world's largest mural devoted to Route 66 in the United States. Tour the town during the day to see the other wonderful murals and at night to see those famous Route 66 Neon signs. Don't miss the Mesalands Community College Dinosaur Museum, a first-class museum housing the world's largest collection of spectacular full-scale bronze dinosaur skeletons. Take a trip to nearby Ute Lake or Conchas Lake State Parks and go picnicking, hiking, boating, water skiing, scuba diving, swimming, sailing, wind surfing and fishing. For a true American experience stay at one of IBBP's unique bed and breakfasts for an unforgettable memory.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Welcome IBBP.com's newest member, Philip W. Smith Bed and Breakfast in Richmond Indiana.
The city of Richmond is located near the border to the State of Ohio, about 1.5 hours East of Indianapolis, Indiana. Bed and breakfast travelers will encounter a place, rich with history and heritage of the early pioneers along the Old National Road, the Underground Railroad, the Joseph Moore Museum of Natural History, Richmond Art Museum and Indiana' s Famous Antique Alley, a haven for those who enjoy antiquing. The great outdoors comes alive with wandering nature trails, tranquil golf courses and adventurous expeditions. Boating, fishing, and biking are other well-loved ways to explore the area.
Philip W. Smith Bed and Breakfast is an 1890 Queen Anne inn specializing in Honeymoons, Girlfriends' Getaways, Family Reunions, Weddings, Receptions, Scrapbook Retreats Church Retreats, and Theater and Symphony Packages. This elegant Queen Anne Free Classic Victorian home is located in the East Main Street-Glen Miller Park Historic District of Richmond, right on the Indiana-Ohio border off I-70. Built in 1890 by Philip W. Smith, the 2 1/2 story brick has Romanesque details and features 11 stained glass windows and ornate carved wood. Unwind in the evening with homemade snacks, coffee or tea. Awaken in the morning to a complimentary full breakfast served on fine china and linens in the dining room. All five rooms are individually decorated and include private bathrooms with either a shower or a shower/tub combination, 300 thread count sheets, cable TV, writing surface, and high speed wireless internet service.
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Welcome IBBP.com's newest member, La Piccola Maison, in Rome Italy.
Style and elegance define the Piccola Maison and offer an ideal location for an exclusive stay in the capital.
La Piccola Maison is located in the most elegant area of Rome, the famous "Via Veneto".
It is placed on a historical building of the eight hundred, in a refined and
exclusive atmosphere few steps away from major tourist sights and main sites of
interest (the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Villa Borghese, etc.).
Our chic town house is a brand new place with renovated private rooms equipped
with all conforts (a/c, flat TV, minifridge and welcome kit).
The modern style and the fresh design make the place the best choice for all of them
that want to be in a prestigious atmosphere with convenient prices.
La Piccola Maison is very well located, near the exit of the metro "Barberini" and
10 minutes from the railway station "Termini".
It offers a private and refined atmosphere, which represent the simplicity and elegance of guests who wish to experience the city in a privileged way, but at a reasonable price.
The rooms, which have recently been renovated, have flat screen TVs, mini refrigerators, hair dryers and air conditioning. The warm colors and wood floors accentuate the welcoming and warm atmosphere the hotel has to offer.