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Etihad Air introduces flagship to Abu Dhabi – Geneva route

Etihad Air introduced its flagship Boeing 787 Dreamliner to the Abu Dhabi - Geneva route on March 25, 2018. Etihad Airways offers flights from Abu-Dhabi to other cities in Europe with Geneva the second after Zurich. Etihad Airways Chief Executive Officer, Peter Baumgartner, said, "We are…

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Waitomo Glowworm Caves

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves makes the Nort Island of New Zealand more appealing than ever. The mesmerizing sight includes thousands of glowworms glimmering in the dark caves of Waitomo. They are known as New Zealand's natural highlights. History The Waitomo Glowworm Caves were first explored in…

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Marieta Island’s Hidden Beach

Located a few miles off the coast of the Mexican state of Nayarit and located 7.9 kilometers southwest from the Peninsula Punta de Mita, lies Marieta Island. Within it, there is a unique formation known as "Playa del Amor" or the "Hidden Beach". The islands are a popular tourist…

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What Will You See on Skellig Michael?

Skellig Michael is one of the must-see places whenever you visit Ireland for the first time. The island is a UNESCO World Heritage site that’s eight miles away from Ireland. It used to be inhabited by monks in the 6th Century, but it is unoccupied today. The only way to get to Skellig Michael…

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Venice Architecture Biennale

Visitors to this years International Architecture Exhibition, the Biennale, in Venice are being asked to reflect on space and its implications. Whether this is space on water, space in buildings or simply space shared by human beings. Altogether 63 countries take part in the exhibition - six for the…

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The Pozzuoli Amphitheater is third largest in Italy

The Flavian Amphitheater in Pozzuoli is the third largest amphitheater in Italy. Built at around the same time as the Roman Colosseum, this majestic building is said to have a capacity of 40,000 people. In fact, it was very likely built by the same architects who conceived the Colosseum. The…

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What is “The Travel Agent Next Door”?

The Travel Agent Next Door is a travel agency network located in Canada and is focused on providing support for the retail travel industry, and to support small size agencies and those who would like to start their own home business. The company offers the program to prepare a person to become a…

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Where and what is Japan’s men-only island?

Welcome to the tiny landmass of Okinoshima, an island where women are banned and male visitors must be nude and bathe in the sea before going ashore. Last year, the island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, meaning that probably the island will be banned from foreign visitors. Okinoshima was…

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Florida has record tourists in 2017 despite hurricanes

The stats were surprisingly great for Florida and its tourism sector as Florida set a new tourism record despite Hurricane Irma. Florida Governor Rick Scott announced the outstanding numbers in Naples Zoo Tuesday, in mid-March. According to Gov. Scott, Florida welcomed a total of 116.5 million…

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What Are The Moeraki Boulders On Koekohe Beach?

Travelling will always reveal something new, and one of the best places to discover a breathtaking site is on Koekohe beach in New Zealand. Thousands of tourists flock to the beach every year to see the breathtaking Moeraki boulders, big round stones that sit on the beach and some at the…

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What is Remarkable about Lake Hillier, Western Australia?

Lake Hillier in Western Australia is unique because of its color. Found in Middle Island, the lake has pink water. Paperback and eucalyptus trees surround the lake. The trees also serve as a boundary of the lake and the thin strip of shore. What’s remarkable about Lake Hillier is that…

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Red Beach, Panjin, China

Despite possessing approximately 9,000 miles worth of coastline, China is not known for its beaches. Admittedly, for the most part, the areas where Mainland China meets the water aren’t what we typically think of as a “beach.” Much of it is rocky, some has been developed into…

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9 Inspiring Culinary Tours You Can Take in 2018

9 Inspiring Culinary Tours You Can Take in 2018 Sample Pizza, Cheese, and Cannoli in Sicily Visit Local Farms and Have a Chocolate Lunch in Costa Rica Have a Real Food Adventure in India Savor the Flavors of Morocco Taste Comida Tipica in Ecuador Live the Good Life in the South of France Taste…

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Disneyworld Hotels - No Two are Alike

Disneyworld is one of the top holiday destinations for families and friends. A day is not enough to enjoy all the rides and attractions the theme park has to offer. If you are from out of town, then you should consider booking a room in one of the Disneyworld hotels. When it comes to accommodation…

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Earth's Most Spectacular Natural Landscapes

Hera are the earth's most spectacular natural landscapes

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Experience South Africa on the Crystal Symphony Cruise

You should not judge a cruise ship by its age. The Crystal Symphony Cruise debuted several years ago and yet it still looks fresh and has a contemporary ambiance. Going on a cruise in the Crystal Symphony is the best way to experience South Africa. When you go on a Crystal Symphony Cruise, you will…

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Get More than One Quote for Travel Insurance

If you want to find the best deals for travel insurance, you should consider getting more than one quote from different providers. One thing that you should not do is to buy one from a tour operator, airline, or a travel agent because it will be more expensive. Being over 60 or having pre-existing…

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Travel on Inca Trail’s Machu Picchu Train

Imagine being able to take a 360° look at your surroundings while traveling through a Peruvian trail towards the Machu Picchu archaeological site. The Inca Rail's Machu Picchu train offers the opportunity to have an entire view of Peruvian sites while you travel to Machu Picchu. The train is…

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British Airways Offers Economy for Transatlantic Flights

Starting April of 2018, British Airways will be offering basic economy fares for transatlantic flights. The airline company is already offering such seats on its short-haul flights across Europe. Through the move, British Airways will now compete against budget carriers offering transatlantic…

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The World’s First Underwater Yoga Class in the Maldives

Like every other experience, trying Yoga sessions in a different setting makes it exciting. For the Yoga lover, Huralwahi Island resort in the Maldives organized the world’s largest underwater yoga experience on the 17th March 2018. The yoga session was the first one of its kind, and the fact…

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Families and travelers struggle to deal with spring snowst...

Spring snow? It's hard to believe that nor'easter number 4 is moving in and will bring heavy, wet snow to the area Wednesday.

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Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, USA

If there is another Mars movie coming in the future, producers should take a look at Goblin Valley State Park, in Utah, USA. This state park is characterized by the presence of thousands of hoodoos and hoodoo rocks, locally known as "goblins". The Goblin Valley State Park is one of the…

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10 Travel Safety Tips You Can Learn from the CIA

10 Travel Safety Tips You Can Learn from the CIA Mathew Bradley spent more than 14 years in the Central Intelligence Agency. I spoke to him via email to ask his top tips for traveling safely, both at home and abroad. What travel safety tips does the CIA give to its employees? Maintain a low profile…

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Travel Tuesday: Ireland

Melanie Fish from HomeAway talks about traveling to Ireland in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

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Visit Riga, Latvia, the largest city in the Baltics

Riga is the largest city of the Republic of Latvia, which is also the cultural and economic center of the southern Baltika, located near the mouth of the Daugava River to the Baltic Sea. This stunning city gained independence from the former USSR in 1990. Today, the city has about 700,000…

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Carnival Cruises has new CFO – Shaq

But wait, the F in CFO is no what you think. Shaquille O'Neal announced in January that he had joined the Carnival Cruises team but not as a Chief Financial Officer. The NBA Hall of Famer stated that the F actually stands for "fun". “Mr. O'Neal is perfect for the job. His…

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The Fly Geyser and how to visit this geothermal oddity.

The Yellowstone National Park has quite a few crazy natural features and cool formations. But visitors agree that none of them is quite like Fly Geyser, also known as the Fly Ranch Geyser. People from all over the world including scientists have come over to take a look and take samples. It is…

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Owning A Timeshare

Taking vacations is becoming increasingly popular. More people now appreciate the essence of taking some time off, relaxing away from the stresses of life. With the increase in tourists, the most prominent challenge that tourist hotspots have is providing quality accommodation to all visitors.…

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Visit the Valle de la Prehistoria, in Cuba

Located close to the city of Santiago de Cuba, Valle de la Prehistoria is a prehistoric-themed park featuring life-size models of over 200 dinosaurs and cavemen. The Park Eleven hectares of land are dedicated to the Bocanao National park. Tourists can have the experience of visiting an authentic…

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Uninhabited Resort City of Varosha

Imagine a resort with golden sand beaches and turquoise water… Sounds dreamy, right? Now imagine all that, but add signs that display an armed soldier that says “Forbidden Zone!”, and you will be looking at the Varosha resort city, which is a ghost town today. The southern and…

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The Hilton Lake Como in Italy

The Hilton Lake Como is an elegant, luxurious hotel near the western lakefront. It was the first hotel in the Lake Como region, and they pride themselves on their personalized service, unique and beautiful view of the lake from their sky bar, and certain conveniences like a wellness spa, restaurant,…

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Where is Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve?

Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is located in central Idaho, namely in the Snake River plain. This U.S. National Monument and national preserve is 5,900 ft. above sea level. It is located along US 20, between Arco and Carey, two small towns. The monument and preserve includes…

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TWA Flight Centre at JFK Airport Undergoes Transformation

The TWA Flight Center at New York’s JFK airport was once the world’s most famous airport terminal, designed by architect Eero Saarinen. It looks like a bird taking off, and it comprises of four vaulted concrete shells that seem to perch lightly on the ground. The flight center has few…

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Take a honeymoon trip to the Saadani National Park, Tanzania, Africa

The Saadani National Park is a new and different experience! Spread across more than 1100 square miles, you will find the beach and the natural habitat of some of the most exciting wildlife. The area boasts different terrains starting from the east coast, and builds up to the African safari plains.…

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India Wants to Seal Border with Bangladesh and Pakistan

With the fear of having more terrorists trying to infiltrate the country, India wants to secure the two borders with Bangladesh and Pakistan. This intention was confirmed by Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The length of this border, which is around 90% fenced, is more than twice the Mexican-US…

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What you should know before traveling to Oman

Oman is a country in the Middle East. It has borders with the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Saudi Arabia. The size of this country is 309,500km². Oman has the population of 3,204,897. The capital city is Muscat. The climate in this country is tropical desert. During the summer, the…

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Do Visit The Nearest Shopping-Mall In Your City For An Exquisite Experience

The liberalization of the global economy has thrown up so many new opportunities for the avid shopper that there is no dearth of shopping facilities. The shopping mall is a relatively novel phenomenon in the developing world, although the concept has been around for quite some time in the developed…

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How to Stay Healthy for a Road Trip

It has been seen that a road trip can help you to reduce your risks for heart disease, anxiety and can even lead you to depression. Here are few health tips that you should follow if you are going for a road trip. • Find Allies If you want to stay healthy and spontaneous in your road trip, you…

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What you should know before traveling to Israel

Israel is a small country in the Middle East. It has a long coastline on the Mediterranean Sea. The most known fact about this country is its capital city. It is Jerusalem. The size of this country is just 20.770km². It has the population of 7.933.200 people. If you travel from Israel to the…

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What you should know before traveling to Tajikistan

Tajikistan is a country in Central Asia. It is the poorest country in the region and it is one of the poorest countries in the world. It has borders with: Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and China. The summers are warm and withers are mild. The capital city is Dushanbe. The size of this country…

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How to Travel Safe and Secure?

The world is and will keep on having pockets of "hazardous" spots. Solid counsel proposes that explorers ought to check with their administration sites about the circumstance in outside nations. At the point when setting out to a high hazard nation or spot, discover the danger alleviating…

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How to choose a trusted travel agency

An adventure is a combination of wisdom, memories and resurgence. Some years back a trek was to be arranged three to four months before the booked date. But, presently you can just locate an online travel office that can satisfy any desire you may have. Whether you lean toward self-administration…

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Means of Transport - Way to travel

We all know that travelling is a basic necessity of life. Although different people travel for different reasons. There are certain modes of Transport which a person can use to travel. Air, Land and Water are the three most important means by which travelling can be done. Travelling by Air includes…

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What You Should Never Eat Overseas

It’s ok when you are visiting new country that you want to taste their food and specialties, and that’s fine, but still you need to be very careful when you eat something, because you don’t want to ruin your holiday by poisoning. We will give you some suggestions when it comes to…

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Why is Travel necessary?

In 21st century, when people are busy with their hectic schedule, they don’t have even time for themselves; they plan to travel because of various reasons. Here we would be discussing some of the cases where a person needs to leave everything and travel. First case is Romantic .When you are…

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How to Become a Travel Writer

If you want to become a travel writer, there are two things you will definitely need – Love for travelling and love for writing. If you have both, you can easily become a travel writer. However, if you want to become a professional travel writer, here are some steps you can follow. Start by…

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National Gallery In London Gives A Chance To See And Hear Paintings Through Soundscpapes

It makes very little difference what kind of painting you are looking for. You are sure to find it in the National Gallery, London. A trip to London is going to be incomplete without a peep into the National Gallery. There are paintings from all era and ages. You are sure to find some paintings from…

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Behold The Leaning Tower Of Pisa When You Travel To Italy For Your Vacations

The cathedral of Pisa has its bell tower called the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It is popular all over the world for the tilt it has to one side. The tower began leaning on one side while it was being constructed. It turned out that the base on which the foundation of the tower stands is too soft to…

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Discover The Comforts Of Home In The Topkapi Palace Just As The Ottoman Rulers Did

The Ottomans ruled over Turkey for about 624 years. They built many monuments that were to go down the annals of history as spectacular marks of architecture and beauty. They shall be cherished by many generations to come. One of the most remarkable wonders of the Ottoman era is the Topkapi Palace.…

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Do Peep Into The Arap Mosque When You Are Out On A Tour Of Mosques In Istanbul

Istanbul is clearly a city with a thousand mosques, but you have to be in Istanbul to experience the grandeur and magnificence of this place. Remnants of the Ottoman empire can be seen in the architecture here. Many mosques were built in the Byzantine era, but they were converted into the beautiful…

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What You Should Know Before Traveling To Estonia

Estonia is a small country in the Northern Europe. It is a Baltic state. If you are planning to visit this country, you should know that summers are short and not very warm, but the winters are long and severe. Estonia has shores of the Baltic Sea, but swimming season is very short. The size of…

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DIFFERENT TRAVEL PACKAGES PROVIDED BY RAIL TRAVELS

Rail travel can be more useful than air travel today, particularly with respect to say something times, and a couple of pilgrims may essentially incline toward train travel. Explorers are allowed three bits of apparatus on trains in the US, to greater things and a smidgen of hand stuff. Excess…

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5 Essential Beach Travel Tips

A beach vacation is the best way to beat the heat in the scorching summers. If you are planning to visit beach this year, then here’s a list of essential beach travel tips for you: • Always carry your gadgets and other important belongings in a Ziploc bag. This will prevent your stuff…

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What you should know before traveling to San Marino

San Marino is the third smallest country in Europe. Other two are the Vatican and Monaco. San Marino is placed in Italy, but it is the independent country. They like to say that San Marino is the oldest republic in the world. There are many interesting places to visit, despite the size of just 61.2…

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Which airline is best?

Clasping your plane safety belt and weight reduction identity Richard Simmons aren't things you'd essentially think go together? Anyway, in the event that you flew on Air New Zealand in the later past, its Simmons who may have feature trained you how to lock in. Extraordinary organizations…

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Don’t Forget To Visit The Temple Of Parthenon While You Are In Acropolis

Ancient Greeks were masters when it came to architecture and carving beauty in rocks. Soon after the victory of the Greeks over the Persians, the later part of the 5th century BC saw the Greeks coming forward with the principles of democracy. They established a prominent hold over many city-states.…

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Discover The Secrets Of The Great Wall Of China Before You Even Walk Over It

The Great Wall of China courts comparison to a dragon by virtue of the fact that it winds all over the Chinese region over mountains, valleys, grasslands and pastures like a huge dragon. Stretching from east to west in China, it covers a circumference of about 13,170 miles or 21,196 kilometers in…

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Tourism in 2015

The world is getting tinier, however the conceivable outcomes of having a remarkable new experience are simply growing. We've perceived 50 champion destinations, in perspective of industry news . China is connecting with a more broad extent of voyagers with an additional 72-hour no-visa course…

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Bangkok, the hottest of all

Delegated as the planet's most sizzling cities by the World Meteorological Organization, Bangkok has a yearly mean air temperature of 28°C. The months from March to May are the most blazing, when the exhaust cloud immersed city 34°C days and 90% stickiness. December is high to top season…

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Travelling antiquates in Islam

The late spring season is back once more. It is an honored season amid which individuals harvest what they have sown and the individuals who have buckled down get the products of their endeavors. Weddings, festivals, shopping, and travel increment amid this season, and much of the time these…

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Travel to India

India, it is regularly said, is not a nation, but rather a mainland. India is the most captivating, vivid, riotous, otherworldly and invigorating nation on the planet. The best time to visit India is between late October (the end of the rainstorm season) and mid-March. April and May can be…

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How to have a good journey through car?

Characterize the schedule. You will need to draw up a plan subject to boulevards. Since streets bungle a great part of the world, it shouldn't be so difficult it couldn't be possible start on account of yet keep the accompanying difficulties: • War-torn nations are never suggested; in…

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Ibiza

Ibiza is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Valencia, which is located in eastern Spain. Over the years, Ibiza has become one of the most popular places in the world. People all around the world are simply craving to visit it, for two reasons : because it has amazing beaches, and…

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Jules Undersea Lodge- Underwater Hotel

Jules' Undersea Lodge, named after the creator of the well-known sea story 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, is the world's first submerged lodging. Initially implicit the mid-1970s as a noteworthy exploration lab off the shore of Puerto Rico, the Lodge has been doing business in Key Largo,…

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Primary Tourist Attractions in Amritsar

Get some respite from the cut-throat at office and endless engagements at abode and head to this place to get some glimpses of its gushing life. Golden Temple-Shri Harminder Sahib Start your visit on a religious note by paying a visit to Golden Temple-a landmark of the city. This holy shrine is a…

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Palatial hotels

Some of the most spectacular palaces are preserved royal heritage sites today in the form of the most expensive and luxurious hotels. It serves dual purpose of safeguarding our history and brings revenue to the country. Rajvilas in Jaipur: The Rajvilas by Oberoi group of companies is imperially set…

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Inexplicable Flamboyance of Goa’s Nightlife

Travel is often undertaken for leaving monotonous, dreary life behind for a while. An avid traveller seeks freedom in his every excursion. He takes travel as a medium to introspect by detaching himself from the hustle-bustle of the consumerist world. This freest feeling is unrivalled. If you are the…

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THERE IS NO GOOD TIME TO FLY

Traveling using air is definitely the real thing this days, whether in first class, business class or economic or business the fact remain you were in an aero plane, how cool is that. It is said that no one know when he or she will dead which is true and no one can avoid death it’s your time.…

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Travel Agents Are The Way To Go

You want to have an enjoyable getaway, so why does planning your trip always seem to evolve into a huge headache? Save yourself the hassle of scavenging on the internet for a great travel deal by turning instead to a professional. Travel agents can ease the process of planning your trip with their…

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Visit the City of Paris for a Wonderful Holiday Experience

Paris is one of the most desirable destinations to visit in France, in the continent of Europe. It attracts tourists all through the year and is characterized by a rich history and culture. Additionally the city has a thriving nightlife scenario and excellent outlets for engaging in gastronomic…

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Top 4 world tour destinations for Christmas

While many people think there is no other place better than home during Christmas, there are also many who believe that Christmas is the time for seeing the world. It is for the second group of people that they need to know the best world tour destinations for Christmas. Here is a list of some of…

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Tips for a River Cruising Vacation

So you wanted to try something different this summer? River cruising is a good idea as you can cruise through the silent river, soak up the sun and enjoy the pleasant breeze. There are river cruises built to suit the needs and requirements of all the travelers. You may have a small budget but you…

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Best Ski Resorts in the States

There are specific types of people who love to go on skiing trips during their vacation. So this list provides the best ski resorts. It is not good to stay in the snow the whole time. The body needs some warmth which can be received in these awesome resorts. Lake Louise Mountain is one of the best…

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Beating jet lag

Jet lag is one of the very worst of travelling curses. No one who’s gone on a long flight has escaped from the claws of this monster. But why does jet lag happen in the first place? And what can you do to reduce the effects? There is some physical component to jet lag, such as dehydration and…

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Austin tops 'Best Places To Live' list

Austin tops 'Best Places To Live' list

U.S. News & World Report released its annual list of the Best Places To Live in the USA and Austin topped the list for the second straight year. FOX 7 Austin photojournalist Mac Sherwood spoke to some Austinites about what it is that makes Austin so special.

What Is Special About Safety Harbor in Tampa Bay, Florida?

What Is Special About Safety Harbor in Tampa Bay, Florida?

Safety Harbor is a city on the west shore of Tampa Bay in Pinellas County, Florida. It is a wondrous and magical place referred to as the jewel of Tampa Bay. What makes Safety Harbor special from the other cities and towns in Tampa Bay and the entire state of Florida? Healing Waters The Safety…

U.S. Hotel Chains Looking at Panama City

U.S. Hotel Chains Looking at Panama City

Panama City is strategically located at the Pacific entrance of the world famous Panama Canal, and not only does it offer spectacular weather for vacations, the city is also a hub for international commerce and banking. It is one of the three cities in Central America to have the status of a…

Chicago’s Most Expensive Home Sold to Ken Griffin

Chicago’s Most Expensive Home Sold to Ken Griffin

Ken Griffin, philanthropist, hedge fund manager, an American investor and chief executive and founder of the Citadel, a global investment firm, is known for his interest in unfinished condos, and his latest purchase confirmed that. In November last year, Ken Griffin made a deal with JDL Development…