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30 May Martinica, a paradise where everything is enjoyable

Escaping to a tropical island is most people's idea of a fantasy vacation, but when that island comes complete with a little bit of France, it can be even more appealing. That's what many vacationers love about Martinique, which has become the Caribbean island to discover or rediscover. Not only is it beautiful-with lush gardens, pristine beaches and tropical rainforests-it's rich in French culture, food and joie de vivre. Blessed with an idyllic climate and a wealth...

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19 Aug The best cruises in the Atlantic Ocean

Choosing a cruise can be overwhelming, but it can also be easy once you narrow down what you're looking for. If you're reading this, you've probably already decided that you want to go on an Atlantic Cruise, so you made a step in the right direction. Now – it's time to think about budget, destinations, and the kind of travel experience that you're looking for. Laying out your budget helps taper your focus. The difference between...

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06 May Stockholm, a city for a marvellous trip

Stockholm is the capital city of Sweden. It is renowned for being one of the most attractive cities in Europe, largely due to its location that spreads over a number of islands. Generally, tourists visit the city to enjoy its laid-back atmosphere and its impressive museums and historical buildings. Travelling to Stockholm It is simple and usually cheap to fly to Stockholm from within Europe. Their airport receives flights from airports all over Europe and operates a...

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15 Apr Accommodation in Aberdeen

Aberdeen, the 'Silver City' in the county of Aberdeenshire, is located 117 miles north-east of Edinburgh on the North Sea coast between the mouths of the rivers Don and Dee, and is Scotland's third largest metropolis. Due to the enormous supply of crude oil from the North Sea, it is often called “Oil Capital of Europe” thereby achieving the status of Offshore Capital of Europe. Aberdeen is also is often called the "Granite City" because...

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11 Mar An adventure in Portugal

The western part of the Iberian Peninsula, the part bathed by the Atlantic Ocean is the traditional country of Portugal. Long ago, the territory between the northern part of Portugal and Spain were not very well defined and the cultural aspects were very similar. But then the Castrena culture made its first appearance with grass thatched huts in a round formation in the north and then the Romans took over, separating the two territories. From...

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10 Sep Perth, the other Australia

Perth welcomes us in a very interesting way. How is this possible? Easy. It is one of those cities where modernity and tradition are mixed in a fantastic way. Spending some holidays in Perth is perfect for those looking for emotions. What to see in Perth Perth is the best place to practise sports and to start many adventures. Just 20 minutes away from the sea, you must visit the Ings Park, with gardens, games and attractions...

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16 Jul Quaint hotels to visit Norway

The Norwegian countries are known by the high standard of life concerning services, and also by the kind people. The fiords and the possibility of admiring the Northern Lights are the main reasons why visitors love Norway. 5 quaint hotels in the Norwegian cities 1. Hollmenkolle Park Hotel Rica: It is located in the center of Oslo. It is a four-star hotel with a terrace, gardens and wonderful surroundings. The hotel is a traditional Norwegian building, and...

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