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If HuffPostTravel can declare that the "Old Travel Show is Dead, Long Live the New York Travel Festival," then we might be right in declaring that "Travel Destination…Continue
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The Republic of the Congo. West Africa.
The Republic of the Congo is one of Africa's true wilderness areas, home to the largest world population of the western lowland gorillas,living in the second largest expanse of tropical rainforest.
Huge species diversity is one of the real attractions of this fascinating ecosystem. More than 400 mammal species, 1,000 bird, 700 fish and nearly 10,000 plant species - of which 3,000…Continue
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Even a short visit to the Dominican Republic like I had last week to Punta Cana’s Bavaro Princess Resort acquaints you with a locally produced beverage….the mysterious mamajuana. My first encounter with it was dining at on site Chopin
Restaurant. A waiter brought out a bottle sans label filled with slivers
of wood steeped in liquor. This was his own creation and asked if we
wanted to give it a…
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10 Romantic Days From Nairobi, Masai Mara. Mt. Kenya Safari Club & Beach (Kiwayu Island)Continue
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India is globally known for its glorious past, rich tradition, heritage and culture. Once a golden sparrow, India is bestowed with numerous architectural structures mainly built by the Mughals and Britishers. Further, the country offers diverse flavors of past to the travelers and history lovers. A trip to this wonderful destination will endow you with a lot of unparallel natural beauties, manmade historical structures and significant religious places. Best way to explore the historical…Continue
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Talladega known for racing is also home to a gem of a B&B called "Somerset House" Many past guest have said there is no other place they will stay when they visit Talladega. The breakfast has been bragged about by many they love the waffles,omelets,and everything else offered and served by the staff. The rooms are nice size and very clean. The host is super nice and very helpful. The location is perfect it is on a busy street with much to do. So if you are in town to catch a race or…Continue
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Trending in recent years among brides and grooms is leaving behind the traditional, large, 250-person, fancy church, banquet hall wedding in favor of a fun, exotic destination wedding that adds the adventure of a sunny honeymoon vacation.
Couples choose to go out-of-town for many reasons, including basic economics. You would think that staging a wedding in another country would break the bank, but in most cases, only close friends and family attend…Continue
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Visiting a traditional craft village along the Red River banks is a good way of escaping the busy life of the capital city and exploring the age-old ceramic craft making.
As a newcomer to Hanoi I find myself in daily awe of many people gathering around the sidewalk food stands, of the throngs of motorbikes winding and weaving their way up Hue city…Continue
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My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious relics that comprises more than 70 architectural works.
Located in a narrow valley in Duy Tan Commune, Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province. 70km southwest of Danang City, 20km away from the Tra Kieu Citadel, and 40km away from the Ancient Town of Hoi An. My Son site is a group of temple-towers of Cham people, an imperial city during the…Continue
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Acclaimed Latin Rock band Del Castillo will perform at Party on the Pier on Sat., July 20. Mitchell Historic Properties and the restaurants and attractions at Pier 21® present this new free, family-friendly gathering, which takes place on the third Saturday of the month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. through October and features live music and entertainment including performances by award winning Austin musicians.
Del Castillo has won upwards of 18 awards for their eclectic…Continue
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Struggling to get your parents a gift for their anniversary? Not sure what you should get your friend for their wedding? Finding that perfect gift can be difficult, but there is no reason to worry, as there are first-rate options available. In fact, you can keep things simple while still having a variety of options to choose from by purchasing a gift certificate to a classy, comfortable and cozy bed and breakfast.
Bed and breakfasts are located all over the world in a number of…Continue
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“I have a robe for you’. This short statement left me laughing and engaging with a gentle sense of humour that crossed politics and the equator. The line came from a monk in the precinct where the mighty Shwedagon Paya (Pagoda) gleams and beams across the city of…Continue
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Buenos Aires is the second largest city of Argentina that possesses several magnanimous tourists’ attractions. The Teatro Colon is the largest opera house, which is one among all the other majestic attractions. Fly to Buenos Aires by airlines that operate flights to Buenos Aires and admire this beautiful masterpiece.
Vienna Travel: ‘I am trying to convince a group of friends to visit Vienna Austria. We are planning our annual city trip. My friends love the good things in life and like culture. Which tips would win them over for a Vienna city break?’, my ex boss recently asked an unusually simple question.
I can actually write a book about the answer. Here are my key winning arguments that will provide…Continue
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Mong ethnic minority children in Tung Qua Lin commune, Phong Tho district, northern Lai Chau province have created their own playgrounds at the foot of the mountain or at the roadside.
Some look like small terraced fields, shelters or caves decorated with Sim flowers and corn leaves.
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