Monday, October 29, 2012

Haunted Vacation--3 Top Spots for Spooktacular Vacation Rentals

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Whether you believe in ghosts or not, hauntings make for fun times whether it's Halloween or not. Here are three places you can visit anytime of the year and be guaranteed a scary good time.

Savannah, Georgia. Some say it's the most haunted city in America. This classic Southern city's filled with charm and alive with history, so even if you don't see a ghost, you'll feel a part of the past in a unique and memorable way. Try booking a stay at Laura's Cottage, reported to be among one of the many haunted places in Savannah. There are plenty of modern, real world activities in Savannah too--shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment--as well as many non-ghostly Savannah vacation rentals.

Prague, Czech Republic. With a long, sometimes violent, history, Prague has a rich reputation for ghostly occurances. The city has the added advantage of being spared destruction in Europes two world wars, so the spirits get to hang out in their old haunts. The Charles Bridge was the site of the execution of 10 Lords who are said to haunt the span. In St. Vitus Cathedral, the ghosts of Emporer Charles IV's wives can be heard bickering among themselves (heard by believers, at least). And the old Jewish Cemetary is the oldest Jewish graveyard in Europe, with an estimated 100,000 burials. It's said to be the most haunted place in the city. Find Prague vacation rentals.

After your ghost tour, have a lively time
in the eternally beautiful San Diego weather.
The Whaley House, San Diego. Built in 1857 on a plot of land that was once part of a cemetary, the Whaley House has been the site of many ghostly encounters. Window shutters that open by themselves, unexcplained smells of perfume and cigar smoke, appiritions and mysterious encounters. Stay in a non-haunted San Diego vacation rental and pay a visit to the Whaley House for some spooky fun.