Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Rent Timeshares

I have to admit I'm not a big travel person. Daddy wishes I would be a little more adventurous.

Give me a tent and some land, and I love going camping, hiking, and cooking over a fire. Staying in a cabin is fun to.

I'm trying to be better about traveling. Daddy would like to go  on some adventures.

Flying from Nebraska to Georgia in grad school was huge for me. Going to Chicago with two little kids nearly threw me into a panic attack. We were lucky our good friend Sam lives there.

I'm very lucky I have a husband that is great with directions! He sometimes pushes me to do things I would never pick to do, which is probably a good thing.

I am excited to introduce all my readers to an great resource for you to utilize when planning your next family vacation. Anything that will plan for me is a plus in my book! I need less to worry about! specializes in timeshare rentals, selling and buying all over the world. makes vacationing much more affordable and convenient. Many people are unaware of the advantages of renting a timeshare for a budget-friendly family vacation. Timeshare rentals can cost up to 50% less than hotel rooms, especially when rented directly from the owner.

There is a frequently asked questions page to help with any needs. 

One place that we've talked about going to is back to Savannah, Georgia. They have a few spots on that are by Savannah. One is Tybrisa at the Beach. It's $128 a night or a rental. Now it's still as much as a cheap hotel, but this is right on the beach. They have a pool, water sports, such as surf fishing, boating, surfing, and skin diving, a kitchen, dishes to use and more.

Another place we've talked about going to is Colorado. I simply love many parts of that state! WorldMark Estes Park has a rental for $157 a night. It's right by mountains. There is music, fetivals, Christmas parades, art shows, rodeos and much more!

I've also wanted to go to Oregon, which is much further. My oldest sister is adopted from there. I'd just like to visit some day. Mount Bachelor Village Resort has rentals for as low as $69 a night! It Overlooks the scenic Deschutes River on 170 acres of Central Oregon forest. It provides beautiful and tranquil setting where you can truly relax. Beautiful 1, 2, & 3 bedroom units. They feature gas fireplaces. This resort offers year round heated pool and spas, and our luxury condominiums offer indoor private spas. World-class down-hill and cross-country skiing areas are just 20 minutes away. There's Awbrey Glen Golf Course. Tennis, fly fishing and mountain biking. is a member of the better business bureau earning an A+ rating. I would highly recommend this site to any couple or family looking to save money on their next vacation. also has a facebook, twitter, and 3 blogs: RedWeek Blog, The Timeshare Ambassador, and Timeshare Information to follow the latest news and listings from!

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What I Did Today said...

I've got one of those husbands who is, thankfully, good with directions too! Handy, aren't they? Vacationing sounds good right now!

What I Did Today said...

Oh, and Tony and I have been dreaming of going to Ireland for a long time now. Going back to Houston and Washington DC (though, not right now) would be awesome too.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Ohh Colorado sounds awesome. I have always wanted to go there. I want to rent a snowy cabin there!

Eat To Live said...

My Sister in Law rents a timeshare. When we travel, we like to go for a month to 3 months, not sure we could do a timeshare our way.

mail4rosey said...

My husband is good with directions too and I'm oh so glad because I flat out am not.

I love to travel, even if I get lost (which is sometimes half the fun!) I love it. :)

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For the Rafflecopter entry, I would love to visit Angkor Wat.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love travel! I would also love to see Colorado, but I need to do Hawaii first!

Eat To Live said...

I would like to visit Montana.

Masshole Mommy said...

I suppose I would like a Disney time share, but I don't like the concept of HAVING to pay for a place every year whether I want to go or not.

~ Noelle said...

we keep saying we want to go on a vacation soon... but not yet...

scottsgal said...

I'd like to visit ARizona - travel is our passion, we typically head south or to the Caribbean so I'd like to explore some more out west


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