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Macau - Tourist & Travel Guide
The best time to visit Macau is autumn (October-December), when there's less humidity, more sunshine and December's Winter Solstice to celebrate. Spring (March-May) isn't a bad time to visit either, but the worst time to go would have to be on a cold and drizzly winter's day in January or during a humid 30Â°C (85Â°F) downpour in June.
Sub-tropical Macau shimmers in a humid hot haze from June to September, with monsoonal thundery downpours and the chance of being caught in a tropical typhoon. Winters are reasonably chilly and often drizzly affairs, so don't come to Macau dressed in shorts and a t-shirt if you're visiting December-March. Hotel rooms are hardest to find at weekends, on Hong Kong public holidays, Chinese New Year (late January/early February) and during the Macau Grand Prix in November.Read more...
Salt Lake City - Tourist & Travel Guide
The best time to visit is either spring (March to May) or fall (September to November), even though Salt Lake City does not experience the extreme summer and winter temperature found in many parts of the Southwestern USA. The relatively mild climate is largely a result of the city's altitude of 4330ft (1320m), which keeps summer highs below 90Â°F (32Â°C) and winter temperatures usually above freezing.
The ski season in the nearby Wasatch Range stretches from mid-November to early May, and in February 2002 incorporated the Winter Olympics. Most of the city's major festivals take place in June and July.Read more...
San Jose Del Cabo - Tourist & Travel Guide
While Baja California's Pacific coastline is blessed with relatively mild temperatures year-round thanks to the cooling effect of a strong current originating in the Subarctic, the Gulf coast - including the cape on which San JosÃ© del Cabo is located - can heat up dramatically in summer, with temperatures in excess of 40Â°C (104Â°F). The cape region is also prone to summertime storms and the occasional chubasco (hurricane) due to tropical lows in the Pacific. During winter, on the other hand, temperatures in the area stay pretty warm and the sun just keeps on shining, making this an excellent climate in which to visit. Of course, the average daily winter high of 23Â°C (73Â°F) means this is also the time when most northern hemisphere visitors arrive, greedily seeking a second summer.
If more hours of daylight is a higher priority than physical comfort, travel to the area during horario de verano (daylight saving time), which lasts from the first Sunday in April until the last Sunday in October. Prices throughout Baja California are almost double the charges levied in most other parts of Mexico, so you'll be faced with a costly excursion no matter which time of year you visit.Read more...