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Top 10 to do’s in Paris
When considering the most cultural cities of the world, Paris is generally found near the top of the list. The galleries, museums, boutiques and exquisite eateries are seemingly endless. How then. . .

Artic Tours
Take an Arctic Tour by flying north of Fairbanks to Dead Horse, on the northern edge of Alaska's North Slope. This unreserved wilderness area, stretching to an indescribable horizon at the Arctic . . .

Dublin travel guide
Dublin is Ireland’s capital, which finds a place for itself amongst the rich countries of Europe. It is located on the east coast of the country and encompasses the River Liffey merging into the Du. . .

Aruba
GeographyAruba is an island in the West Indies, in the Caribbean Sea, near the Paraguaná Peninsula of Venezuela. An integral part of the Netherlands, Aruba was a member of the Netherlands Antille. . .

Vocational rental property guide
Once you make up your mind to on a vacation, the place to go, accommodation, your budget for these and other outlays are the significant questions that race up and down your mind. Just like there a. . .

Pisa - More Than a Leaning Tower
Pisa attracts bus after bus of tourists every day of the year to see its most famous attraction. The leaning tower of Pisa has become an Italian symbol, much like Pizza and Pavarotti! The city ha. . .

What you need to know about- Costa Rica
More than one million tourists visit Costa Rica each year. What draws so many people to this lightly advertised destination? Natural beauty and diversity are the answers. Costa Rica covers only 0.. . .

Nice in a nutshell
Nice has become a very popular short break destination in recent years. In the middle of the French Riviera it has Monaco only 20 minutes to the East and Cannes only 40 minutes to the west. So, . . .

Vacation New York City – A Bite Of The Big Apple
From epic skyscrapers to electrically charged ambience, initial experience of New York City can leave you utterly overwhelmed. Romance radiates from every street corner as film sets burst into life. . .

The Man Who Moved a Mountain - Part 5: Bonus - What Was Ed's Perpetual Motion Holder?
To really understand from where the premise of this article comes, the reader should have already read the article series that preceded this one: "The Man Who Moved a Mountain - The Incredible True. . .

 

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