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23 Feb The Asiatic Disney: a great option from the East

Hong Kong Disneyland is located on the island of Lantau, positioned to look out over Penny's Bay and the Chinese Sea. Started as a joint operation between The Walt Disney Company and the Hong Kong SAR government, Hong Kong Disneyland brings the magic of Disney to a whole new environment, respecting the aspects of the culture of the country where it makes its home. The park boasts 2 glamorous hotels, the Disneyland Hotel and Disney's...

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16 Feb Tropical holidays in Australia: the Great Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is located off the north-east coast of Australia, and is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding natural wonders of the world. It is a World Heritage listed park and is one of the foremost holiday destinations in Australia and the world. It combines a fantastic climate, pristine native rainforests, white sandy beaches, and a shimmering turquoise green ocean, ensuring its reputation as a premier location in which to lie on the...

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07 Feb Saskatchewan Prairies: tasting Canada

The province of Saskatchewan is located in the country of Canada and is between the provinces of Alberta and Manitoba; they call this province a prairie province because of its flat lands. Saskatchewan's economy is associated with agriculture, however increasing challenges has meant that agriculture, fishing, hunting and forestry together make up 6.8% of the province's GDP. Wheat is the most known crop here, and perhaps the one stereotypically associated with the province, but other grains...

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30 Jan Bermuda, much more than just beach

Whether you want to spend a day sightseeing or a day in the museums, you will have an enjoyable holiday experience. The restaurants and the hotels are designed to make everyone as comfortable as possible. You will find that that people are helpful and very hospitable. If you are staying in Hamilton, you will find so many things to do. Your fist stop should be the Crystal Caves. The caves are the best place to see...

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22 Jan From Peloponnese to Greece

The city of Corinth is geographically located in a narrow land area, known as the Isthmus of Corinth, which connects the region of Peloponnese to the mainland of Greece. The Isthmus of Greece, which was formerly used for the transportation of ships, is nowadays cut by a canal which is used for the purposes by which the isthmus was used before. Corinth is the capital of Corinthia, a prefecture which belongs to the Greek region of...

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12 Jan Travelling to the main European destinations

Europe has been always the most sought-after tourist destinations for years. It is the distinctness in culture, historic monuments and people that attract thousands of tourists to these continents. Europe is a continent which stands out in every respect. Whatever your interests are, from monuments to museums, to ancient Roman ruins and night clubs Europe has everything in store for you. Online booking of tickets has simplified the entire procedure. Today, special offers are given by...

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22 Dec Scottland through a different point of view

Once you approach the Tay Road Bridge whether by car or by train through the Tay Rail Bridge you begin to understand why they call the river “Silvery Tay”. The city is situated on the east coast of Scotland on the north bank of the firth of Tay. Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city and one of the most beautiful! Driving across the bridge you can clearly see the Law Hill. The city is built around...

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13 Dec Spain discovered by your own…by car

If you want to have the freedom of touring Spain on your own schedule, you may want to consider a Malaga Car Hire. By hiring a car you are not forced to be a slave to the public transportation schedules or problems, you can decide when you want to see things, for how long, and travel at your own pace. A car hire can be found at the Malaga airport, which is about six kilometers west...

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06 Dec California: discovering culture and art through libraries

The Huntington Library, and Botanical Gardens is located on 150 acres of land at 1150 Oxford Rd. in the city of San Marino, California. Many people, however, believe that the city's biggest asset is the Huntington Library which is made of three art galleries and a library which showcase magnificent collections of paintings, sculptures, rare books, manuscripts, and decorative arts", and the botanical garden with a collection which "features over 14,000 different species of plants. The Huntington...

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21 Nov India: touching a unique culture

India is a country where you will see everything you can imagine. More importantly, everything you will see will be intense. You will not see a beggar, you will see millions of them. You will not see a beautiful beach, you will see the most beautiful beaches in the world. Places of wealth are so over the top you’ll be stunned. The shanty towns of the poor, on the other hand, will set you back...

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