Posts Tagged ‘City’

Atlantic City- the Crown Jewel of the Jersey Shore

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Atlantic City is better than ever!

This fun filled destination, famous for gambling and ritzy casinos, offers great entertainment, good restaurants, shopping, relaxing on the beach, and more. While casino gambling remains its major attraction, the city is intent on becoming a destination that offers fun and excitement for the entire family.

With over 37 million visitors a year, this New Jersey beachfront resort now rivals other major tourist destinations like Las Vegas and Disney world.

It certainly lives up to its motto “Always Turned On!”

Atlantic City has a long and fascinating history.

Dr. Jonathon Pitney originally developed the city as a seaside health resort for

the wealthy residents of Philadelphia. Development as a major resort for the not so wealthy took off significantly after 1854 when Philadelphia investors created a rail line linking Atlantic City with Camden, just across the river from Philadelphia.

It is the real-life model for the board game Monopoly, the nation’s first Boardwalk, the world’s first big Ferris wheel, the first color postcards, and the home of the first Miss America Beauty Pageant.

During prohibition and the depression, Atlantic City was a center for bootlegging, smuggling, speakeasies and illegal gambling. The mafia found Atlantic City to be a good place for profitable business operations and vacationing. The nearby Pine Barrens were convenient and well suited for the mafia’s activities. Because of its seclusion and forest cover, and close proximity to Atlantic City (as well as New York and Philadelphia where many mafia resided), the Pine Barrens proved to be ideal for distilling, bootlegging, and body disposal. In was in Atlantic City where the Mafia established itself as a national organization. Fearing the end of prohibition and the loss of profitable bootlegging operations, Mafia leaders from the Midwest and East Coast, — Al Capone Frank Costello, Meyer Lansky, and Lucky Luciano — held their first national conference in 1929 at the President Hotel. It was here that they were able to develop a system of arbitration and solidify networks made through bootlegging to become a national organization.

With airline travel flourishing and the Caribbean and Florida becoming a magnet for east coast tourists, Atlantic City experienced a decline during the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. This phenomenon prompted visionary city officials to seek an alternative draw as they campaigned to get the state to open the city to gambling in the hopes of revitalizing the city and restoring it to its former glory days. With the passage of the Casino Gambling Referendum in 1976, and with the opening of the first casino at Resorts International in 1978, Atlantic City began its resurgence as a major destination for fun and entertainment.

Since then, the City has experienced continued development of hotels, casinos, nite clubs, entertainment, and other fun attractions offering more than casino gambling.

When is the best time to visit?

While there is year round activity, with the summer being the peak season, the more budget minded visitors might consider coming in the winter from January – April, when almost all hotel casinos offer outstanding deals and the facilities are less crowded.

What can families who do not gamble do?

Atlantic City provides lots of entertainment beyond the casinos. Stroll the famous Boardwalk, six miles long and 60 feet wide, paralleling the ocean, it is the largest of New Jersey’s boardwalks. It’s free! Hop on a historic rolling wicker chair and ride in style. The Boardwalk is the place to see and be seen. Forget the calories and indulge in a juicy hot dog with all the trimmings, chewy saltwater taffy and filmy cotton candy.

In the mood for some shopping? Try the Atlantic City Outlets – The Walk. It’s an outlet mecca offering very good shopping from children’s clothing to home decor and jewelry, to quality clothing including Coach, Banana Republic, and Brooks Brothers. Enjoy the many restaurants and clubs located within this complex.

Try the Quarter at the Tropicana, where the streets of Havana come alive, with many unique shops and restaurants, from a burger with the kids to fine dining.

This city boasts the best concentration of first class restaurants in the state, as well as outstanding Philly cheese steak sandwiches, pizza, and family restaurants.

Enjoy a day at the beaches or on the water with a dolphin/whale-watching cruise, parasailing, or a fishing expedition. This destination also offers great ocean fishing and depending on the time of the year, you might catch Marlin, Shark or Tuna.

Check out the Atlantic City Aquarium located in the Historic Gardner’s Basin. It offers a fun and educational look into more than 100 varieties of fish and marine animals.

For golf enthusiasts, there are several championship golf courses nearby, including Blue Heron Pines East and West, The Links at Brigantine Beach, Harbor Pines, Mays Landing Golf and Country Club, Sand Barrens Golf Club, Shore Gate Golf Club and Twisted Dune Golf Club.

If you’d like to learn more about the city in its glory days, visit the Atlantic City Historical Museum and Cultural Center.

The Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum offers many attractions including the world’s only wood-carved medieval castle, a roulette wheel made entirely of jellybeans, and a gallery dedicated to disasters and human survival stories.

The Absecon Lighthouse, built in 1857 at 171 feet, is the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey. You can climb 228 steps for an unbeatable view of the casinos, boardwalk and shoreline.

Atlantic City is better than ever!

Frank Dalotto is a freelance writer and travel consultant. His specialty is writing articles about New Jersey travel, including attractions, even ts, and restaurant reviews. Frank works in New Jersey and is the owner and editor of New Jersey Leisure Guide and a travel consultant for Leisure Travel Mart.

Aberdeen City guide, including Aberdeen Hotels

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Aberdeen, in the heart of Scotland’s Grampian Highlands, is an ideal destination for art, history and culture that is slightly off the beaten track. Scotland’s third largest city was inspiration for the well known Scottish folk song The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen which portrays a well worn Scottish theme: that of extreme homesickness when away from my “home native land” and celebrates the spectacular phenomenon of Aurora Borealis.

Places of interest:

Aberdeen was established in 1179, and her fortunes were transformed by Robert Bruce’s 1319 Charter, in recognition of his gratitude to the people of Aberdeen who had sheltered him during his campaign against the English. Since 1509 when the renowned University of Aberdeen was established, Aberdeen has been an academic centre of Europe, which influences a great many of the cultural and historical activities on offer in the city and its surrounding areas.

Described by Queen Elizabeth II as “my dear place in the Highlands” Balmoral Castle offers visitors guided tours of the gardens, historical exhibitions and luxury safari in the Caledonian Pine Forest, where visitors can catch glimpses of Scottish wildlife.
Another ancestral home continuously inhabited for over 400 years is Haddo House. Visitors can enjoy Gordon family ancestral portraits, memorabilia, the old stables and traditional Scottish tea room. Opera, ballets and plays are presented from May to October.
The NorthEast Falconry Centre offers a uniquely close experience with Scotland’s birds of prey. Introduction to Falconry, outside demonstrations and walks with hawks are just some of the exciting and educational activities on offer.
Aberdeen Art Galleries and Museums comprises Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, the Lord Provost’s house and The Tollbooth in one site, and offers a varied programme of events and exhibitions. The Art Gallery hosts collections dating back to the 18th century of fine art, and the Maritime museum exults in the region’s proud seafaring traditions. The Tollbooth is made up of 17th century cells, and the Lord Provost’s House portrays the elegance and ritual of upper class Highland living.

Things to do:

Aberdeen offers a whole host of recreational activities to enjoy. From parks to museums, tourists will never be bored while in Aberdeen.


Storybook Glen in Royal Teeside is a magical adventureland set over 28 acres where kids and adults can see their favourite fairy-tales and nursery rhymes come to life, and wonder at the natural beauty of waterfalls, brooks and flora.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum celebrates the history and culture of over two centuries of one of Scotland’s greatest kilted regiments, the Gordon Highlanders.
For family entertainment, it is hard to beat Sunset Boulevard, an indoor entertainment centre that offers bowling, dodgems, games and an adventureland – perfect for the Scottish weather!
Known as the “jewel in the crown” of the city’s fantastic parks, The David Welch Winter Gardens boasts a Tropical House featuring flora from South and Central America, an Acrid House which creates desert conditions for exotic cacti to flourish, and a Corridor of Perfumes which celebrates the variety of perfumes from different plant species.
A visit to the Lighthouse and Harbour Master is a don’t-miss to learn about Scotland’s marine history, and find out what ships will be arriving in the port and when.
The world’s sixth oldest golf club, The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club may be able to lay claim to being the site of the invention of the game of golf. Today the club retains the old world elegance of a gentlemen’s club, and boasts a healthy membership of both local and overseas golf enthusiasts who enjoy the stunning Balgowie Course, which has played host to many major tournaments.

Food & Drink:

There are a number of fine locations to dine at while in Aberdeen. No matter what a tourist’s preferences are, Aberdeen offers something to appeal to everyone’s tastes.


The Stage Door Restaurant is the destination for a step-back-in-time dining experience. Situated in the old Aberdeen Union & Music Hall, the restaurant is furnished in art deco style with many of the original architectural features surviving, and serves inimitable and innovative seafood delights.
For the best fish and chips in the UK, The Ashvale cannot be beaten for traditional fare.
The Square boasts great value high quality dining, including Gluten free options, an extensive kids’ menu and even regular visitors can experience variety thanks to the menu that changes every three months.
Italian Deli Delight is a relaxed café by day and buzzing restaurant by night, serving up mouth-watering Italian cuisine at all times.

Hotels & Accommodation:

From family run, family friendly establishments to self catering cottages and apartments to West End four star luxuries, Aberdeen offers accommodation to suit every taste and budget.


Waterwheel Inn
The Edwardian Hotel
Britannia Hotel Aberdeen
Royal Hotel
Station Hotel
Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen
Bimini Guest House
Macdonald Ardoe House Hotel
Udny Arms Hotel
Express by Holiday Inn Aberdeen
Speedbird Inn Aberdeen Airport
Thistle Aberdeen Airport
Thistle Aberdeen Altens
Thistle Aberdeen Caledonian
Dyce Skean Dhu
The Spires Serviced Suites
Antrim Guest House
Summerhill Hotel and Suites

Entertainment

The Lemon Tree is known as the world’s only year round festival, presenting a constant programme of theatre, dance and musical spectaculars, and national touring West End theatre is also on offer at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Cinema is also well represented, with a UGC and local Belmont Theatre. For clubbing to international DJs, Ministry is the best bet, or DeNiros is a local clubbing option, playing Top 40 and House music. World class shopping is available at St Nicholas Centres and in the historical district around Union Street. The Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre hosts international touring music acts and sporting events.

Aberdeen is truly the jewel of the Highlands, offering world class dining, nightlife and cultural and historical attractions to satisfy visitors of all ages and interests. The architecture of Aberdeen is distinctive and visually stunning, carved as it is from silver granite, creating a cityscape unrivalled in its beauty. Aberdeen boasts a cosmopolitan diversity, having been a premier Northern European trading port for many generations, enjoying centuries of established links with Scandinavian traders and Asian merchants. Nestled in the craggy landscape of the North East Highlands, and set against the romantically bleak North Sea, Aberdeen offers breathtaking views that have more in common with Scandinavian countries than the British Isles, and culture and history resplendent in maritime tradition Celtic heritage. The oil capital of Europe is also home to a thriving nightlife and theatre scene, just one in many contradictions that make up this intriguing ancient city.

Biography
Name: Maria Williams
Website: http://www.sleepuk.com
Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK
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Aberdeen City guide, including Aberdeen Hotels

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Aberdeen, in the heart of Scotland’s Grampian Highlands, is an ideal destination for art, history and culture that is slightly off the beaten track. Scotland’s third largest city was inspiration for the well known Scottish folk song The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen which portrays a well worn Scottish theme: that of extreme homesickness when away from my “home native land” and celebrates the spectacular phenomenon of Aurora Borealis.

Places of interest:

Aberdeen was established in 1179, and her fortunes were transformed by Robert Bruce’s 1319 Charter, in recognition of his gratitude to the people of Aberdeen who had sheltered him during his campaign against the English. Since 1509 when the renowned University of Aberdeen was established, Aberdeen has been an academic centre of Europe, which influences a great many of the cultural and historical activities on offer in the city and its surrounding areas.

Described by Queen Elizabeth II as “my dear place in the Highlands” Balmoral Castle offers visitors guided tours of the gardens, historical exhibitions and luxury safari in the Caledonian Pine Forest, where visitors can catch glimpses of Scottish wildlife.
Another ancestral home continuously inhabited for over 400 years is Haddo House. Visitors can enjoy Gordon family ancestral portraits, memorabilia, the old stables and traditional Scottish tea room. Opera, ballets and plays are presented from May to October.
The NorthEast Falconry Centre offers a uniquely close experience with Scotland’s birds of prey. Introduction to Falconry, outside demonstrations and walks with hawks are just some of the exciting and educational activities on offer.
Aberdeen Art Galleries and Museums comprises Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen Maritime Museum, the Lord Provost’s house and The Tollbooth in one site, and offers a varied programme of events and exhibitions. The Art Gallery hosts collections dating back to the 18th century of fine art, and the Maritime museum exults in the region’s proud seafaring traditions. The Tollbooth is made up of 17th century cells, and the Lord Provost’s House portrays the elegance and ritual of upper class Highland living.

Things to do:

Aberdeen offers a whole host of recreational activities to enjoy. From parks to museums, tourists will never be bored while in Aberdeen.


Storybook Glen in Royal Teeside is a magical adventureland set over 28 acres where kids and adults can see their favourite fairy-tales and nursery rhymes come to life, and wonder at the natural beauty of waterfalls, brooks and flora.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum celebrates the history and culture of over two centuries of one of Scotland’s greatest kilted regiments, the Gordon Highlanders.
For family entertainment, it is hard to beat Sunset Boulevard, an indoor entertainment centre that offers bowling, dodgems, games and an adventureland – perfect for the Scottish weather!
Known as the “jewel in the crown” of the city’s fantastic parks, The David Welch Winter Gardens boasts a Tropical House featuring flora from South and Central America, an Acrid House which creates desert conditions for exotic cacti to flourish, and a Corridor of Perfumes which celebrates the variety of perfumes from different plant species.
A visit to the Lighthouse and Harbour Master is a don’t-miss to learn about Scotland’s marine history, and find out what ships will be arriving in the port and when.
The world’s sixth oldest golf club, The Royal Aberdeen Golf Club may be able to lay claim to being the site of the invention of the game of golf. Today the club retains the old world elegance of a gentlemen’s club, and boasts a healthy membership of both local and overseas golf enthusiasts who enjoy the stunning Balgowie Course, which has played host to many major tournaments.

Food & Drink:

There are a number of fine locations to dine at while in Aberdeen. No matter what a tourist’s preferences are, Aberdeen offers something to appeal to everyone’s tastes.


The Stage Door Restaurant is the destination for a step-back-in-time dining experience. Situated in the old Aberdeen Union & Music Hall, the restaurant is furnished in art deco style with many of the original architectural features surviving, and serves inimitable and innovative seafood delights.
For the best fish and chips in the UK, The Ashvale cannot be beaten for traditional fare.
The Square boasts great value high quality dining, including Gluten free options, an extensive kids’ menu and even regular visitors can experience variety thanks to the menu that changes every three months.
Italian Deli Delight is a relaxed café by day and buzzing restaurant by night, serving up mouth-watering Italian cuisine at all times.

Hotels & Accommodation:

From family run, family friendly establishments to self catering cottages and apartments to West End four star luxuries, Aberdeen offers accommodation to suit every taste and budget.


Waterwheel Inn
The Edwardian Hotel
Britannia Hotel Aberdeen
Royal Hotel
Station Hotel
Copthorne Hotel Aberdeen
Bimini Guest House
Macdonald Ardoe House Hotel
Udny Arms Hotel
Express by Holiday Inn Aberdeen
Speedbird Inn Aberdeen Airport
Thistle Aberdeen Airport
Thistle Aberdeen Altens
Thistle Aberdeen Caledonian
Dyce Skean Dhu
The Spires Serviced Suites
Antrim Guest House
Summerhill Hotel and Suites

Entertainment

The Lemon Tree is known as the world’s only year round festival, presenting a constant programme of theatre, dance and musical spectaculars, and national touring West End theatre is also on offer at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Cinema is also well represented, with a UGC and local Belmont Theatre. For clubbing to international DJs, Ministry is the best bet, or DeNiros is a local clubbing option, playing Top 40 and House music. World class shopping is available at St Nicholas Centres and in the historical district around Union Street. The Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre hosts international touring music acts and sporting events.

Aberdeen is truly the jewel of the Highlands, offering world class dining, nightlife and cultural and historical attractions to satisfy visitors of all ages and interests. The architecture of Aberdeen is distinctive and visually stunning, carved as it is from silver granite, creating a cityscape unrivalled in its beauty. Aberdeen boasts a cosmopolitan diversity, having been a premier Northern European trading port for many generations, enjoying centuries of established links with Scandinavian traders and Asian merchants. Nestled in the craggy landscape of the North East Highlands, and set against the romantically bleak North Sea, Aberdeen offers breathtaking views that have more in common with Scandinavian countries than the British Isles, and culture and history resplendent in maritime tradition Celtic heritage. The oil capital of Europe is also home to a thriving nightlife and theatre scene, just one in many contradictions that make up this intriguing ancient city.

Biography
Name: Maria Williams
Website: http://www.sleepuk.com
Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK
providers of discounted uk hotels

Sunrise in the summer of Philippines as captured in Angeles City Clark Freeport

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010


Yats Clearwater Resort is located in Clark Philippines just 60 minutes from Manila making it a very popular resort hotel for a weekend getaway from the city Clark Freeport Zone also has its own Clark International Airport so visitors can bypass Manila altogether and head straight into the new cosmopolitan city of Clark where the laid-back lifestyle of a US suburban lifestyle combined with luxury of a Golf and Casino capital await. Lake, beach, 13ha of trees and green, safe, secure, clean environment for kids to roam around free are some of the things attracted many local and tourists to spend a few quality nights at this US-suburban hotel.YATS Clearwater Resort and Country Club is known for an ideal environment where a family can fully enjoy themselves. This is a good rendition of the lifestyle that the Americans left behind after they left the Clark Airbase. A good short description of this lifestyle is suburban laid-back slow-paced clean living. YATS Leisure Philippines, a developer and operator of clubs, resorts and high-class restaurants and wine outlets in Clark Angeles Philippines has announced a special full-board package for YATS resort hotel in Clark Philippines called Clearwater Resort and Country Club, just 5 minutes from Angeles City. Getting there After entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway MA Roxas, passing the stand-along wine shop called Clark Wine Center on your right, continue to bear right making no

Elk City Virtual Tour

Sunday, July 11th, 2010


Tour Elk City State Park on a fast-forward drive-through and learn about the exceptional offerings of this scenic park.

Clark Philippines Accommodation at Clearwater Resort near Angeles City

Friday, July 9th, 2010


Yats Clearwater Resort is located in Clark Philippines just 60 minutes from Manila making it a very popular resort hotel for a weekend getaway from the city Clark Freeport Zone also has its own Clark International Airport so visitors can bypass Manila altogether and head straight into the new cosmopolitan city of Clark where the laid-back lifestyle of a US suburban lifestyle combined with luxury of a Golf and Casino capital await. Lake, beach, 13ha of trees and green, safe, secure, clean environment for kids to roam around free are some of the things attracted many local and tourists to spend a few quality nights at this US-suburban hotel. YATS Clearwater Resort and Country Club is known for an ideal environment where a family can fully enjoy themselves. This is a good rendition of the lifestyle that the Americans left behind after they left the Clark Airbase. A good short description of this lifestyle is suburban laid-back slow-paced clean living. YATS Leisure Philippines, a developer and operator of clubs, resorts and high-class restaurants and wine outlets in Clark Angeles Philippines has announced a special full-board package for YATS resort hotel in Clark Philippines called Clearwater Resort and Country Club, just 5 minutes from Angeles City. Getting there After entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway MA Roxas, passing the stand-along wine shop called Clark Wine Center on your right, continue to bear right making no

Philippines Angeles City Clark Freeport Hotel YATS Clearwater Resort

Friday, July 9th, 2010


Yats Clearwater Resort is located in Clark Philippines just 60 minutes from Manila making it a very popular resort hotel for a weekend getaway from the city Clark Freeport Zone also has its own Clark International Airport so visitors can bypass Manila altogether and head straight into the new cosmopolitan city of Clark where the laid-back lifestyle of a US suburban lifestyle combined with luxury of a Golf and Casino capital await. Lake, beach, 13ha of trees and green, safe, secure, clean environment for kids to roam around free are some of the things attracted many local and tourists to spend a few quality nights at this US-suburban hotel. YATS Clearwater Resort and Country Club is known for an ideal environment where a family can fully enjoy themselves. This is a good rendition of the lifestyle that the Americans left behind after they left the Clark Airbase. A good short description of this lifestyle is suburban laid-back slow-paced clean living. YATS Leisure Philippines, a developer and operator of clubs, resorts and high-class restaurants and wine outlets in Clark Angeles Philippines has announced a special full-board package for YATS resort hotel in Clark Philippines called Clearwater Resort and Country Club, just 5 minutes from Angeles City. Getting there After entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway MA Roxas, passing the stand-along wine shop called Clark Wine Center on your right, continue to bear right making no

Overnight Stay in Clark Philippines at Clearwater Resort near Angeles City

Friday, July 9th, 2010


Clearwater Resort is located in Clark Philippines just 60 minutes from Manila making it a very popular resort hotel for a weekend getaway from the city Clark Freeport Zone also has its own Clark International Airport so visitors can bypass Manila altogether and head straight into the new cosmopolitan city of Clark where the laid-back lifestyle of a US suburban lifestyle combined with luxury of a Golf and Casino capital await. Lake, beach, 13ha of trees and green, safe, secure, clean environment for kids to roam around free are some of the things attracted many local and tourists to spend a few quality nights at this US-suburban hotel. YATS Clearwater Resort and Country Club is known for an ideal environment where a family can fully enjoy themselves. This is a good rendition of the lifestyle that the Americans left behind after they left the Clark Airbase. A good short description of this lifestyle is suburban laid-back slow-paced clean living. YATS Leisure Philippines, a developer and operator of clubs, resorts and high-class restaurants and wine outlets in Clark Angeles Philippines has announced a special full-board package for YATS resort hotel in Clark Philippines called Clearwater Resort and Country Club, just 5 minutes from Angeles City. Getting there After entering Clark Freeport from Dau and Angeles City, proceed straight along the main highway MA Roxas, passing the stand-along wine shop called Clark Wine Center on your right, continue to bear right making no turns

2008 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER Traverse City, MI

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010


2008 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER Traverse City, MI 888-379-1177 www.billmarsh.com Formore information on this vehicle and our full inventory, call Internet Department at 888-379-1177. Bill Marsh Traverse City 1621 S.Garfield Ave. or Traverse City, MI 49686 Awesome family SUV!!! Perfect for the fam!!! My!!! My!!! My!!! What a deal!!! How enticing is the thought of you and the family cruising around in this attractive-looking 2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer? Picture yourself, your kids and your golf clubs in this great TrailBlazer. It’s equipped with tons of superb amenities, but won’t break the family’s transportation budget. The LT Convenience Package should be on top of your list for things to check out when you come look at this vehicle. Most cars have a 30-Day parts and labor warranty. All have our 5-Day MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. Call for details.

2006 JEEP LIBERTY Traverse City, MI

Monday, June 28th, 2010


2006 JEEP LIBERTY Traverse City, MI Stock #281KP 888-379-1177 www.billmarsh.com Formore information on this vehicle and our full inventory, call Internet Department at 888-379-1177. Bill Marsh Traverse City 1621 S.Garfield Ave. or Traverse City, MI 49686 Yeah baby!!! Jeep FEVER!!! White Knight!!! There is no better time than now to buy this terrific 2006 Jeep Liberty, just waiting for you and your loved ones. Picture yourself, your kids and your golf clubs in this great Liberty. It’s equipped with tons of wonderful features, but won’t break the family’s transportation budget. New Car Test Drive called it …a good choice for drivers who like to venture into the backcountry, but need comfort and practicality in a daily driver… This SUV is nicely equipped with features such as Power Sunroof, Premium Leather Trimmed Bucket Seats and Heated Front Seats. Most cars have a 30-Day parts and labor warranty. All have our 5-Day MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. Call for details.