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23 Jun Iceland, the unknown destination for adventurers

Attracting droves of tourists every year, Europe promises the ancient, the diverse, and the completely fascinating. Most travelers scurry past the major sites and cram in as much as possible in order to get through a list of 'must sees.' Unfortunately, much is overlooked due to lack of time and money while the infinite unique treasures sometimes hidden for the resourceful traveler remain undiscovered and unappreciated. Not that visits to the key attractions should be...

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13 Jun A safe trip to Brazil

A nation that is rich in sights and attractions, Brazil is one of the best destination choices when you fly south of America. Brazil is the 5th largest and 5th most populous country in the world. Its territory spans from the Atlantic Ocean to the central and east of South America, dwarfing the neighboring countries of Argentina, Uraguay, and Paraguay in the south, Bolivia and Peru in the east, and Columbia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and...

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01 Jun Planning the best trip to London

To know London completely is impossible. Home to inhabitants for over 2,000 years now London has grown to a sprawling metropolis, the ideal platform for constant illustrious activity and business meetings. If you are travelling at the weekend a five star hotel in the middle of the city is available for less than one hundred pounds a night, and can be very quiet. During the week however it’s quite another matter. City hotels are notorious for...

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23 May An eco option to travel to Orlando

Orlando is much more than just some of the most famous and amusement parks of the world. It offers a great opportunity to enjoy many outdoor sports like kayaking. You don't believe us? Just take a look. The best locations for kayaking include the following: 1. Pelican Island, the USA’s first national wildlife refuge which was inaugurated in 1903 2. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is the home of the largest number of endangered plant and bird...

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11 May Arriving by ferry to Sweden

Sweden is the largest of the Nordic countries which are Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and, of course, Sweden. Sweden’s three major cities are Stockholm which is the capital of the country, Gothenburg in the western coast, and Malmö down south. Sweden is said to have more space to enjoy and relax than most other country. It is a place for people who love to be with nature to seek peace of mind to people who lives...

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02 May An unforgettable trip to Dubai

Dubai is located within the Gulf States and is the second largest of the United Arab Emirates. Despite being right in the centre of this oil rich area, Dubai’s revenue from oil accounts for only 6% of its gross domestic product. However, Dubai is hugely innovative and successful in construction and development in various industries and is a great example of progress. Dubai has developed itself into a worldwide attraction in that it has burgeoned...

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25 Apr Skiing in Tahoe resorts

Lake Tahoe both Nevada and California is world renowned for a great mixture of terrains, scenery, resorts, nightlife, and quality of snow. People from all over the world travel to Tahoe every year to experience skiing, snowboarding, and backcountry skiing and shoeing for themselves… Tahoe boasts that not many are disappointed. With 7 resorts to chose from, casino’s and gambling on the Nevada side, and outlets, shopping and fine dining on the California side, South...

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14 Apr Resting in the magical Inverness

Inverness set on the banks of the river Ness is the only city and the capital of the Scottish Highlands. Lying at the north end of the great Glen, Scotland’s fifth city, Inverness lies on the nerve line of communication across the Highlands for the past 20 centuries, being the gateway to the northern Scotland. It is the centre of Commerce, communication and administration for a large geographical area with a population of 51,000 (2001)....

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04 Apr A trip to Milan and Pisa, the Italian Northern spaces

When visiting Italy, it seems every destination has enough historical sites to keep you busy for a month. Oddly, Milan and Pisa don’t fall into this category. Milan Milan is a thoroughly modern city and I would hazard to guess a wealthy one. This is not really the place for a budget traveler, but then again budget travelers seem to survive anywhere. Milan is a good city to stroll around in. One can see a lot of interesting...

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21 Mar Great trips: from Athens to Salonica

Nowadays it is easy to find many flights that connect the rest of the world with the Greek Islands like Santorini or Mykonos. Athens is also another interesting starting point to get to Thessalonica. This route is perfect by train so, would you like to share with us the perfect vacations? How to travel by train from Athens to Salonica The best and low cost way to arrive to Thessalonica from the Greek capital is by the...

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