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It is a massive understatement to say that the Appenzell region of Switzerland has character. Appenzell is exactly how you hope the German part of Switzerland will be. Well-known among the Swiss as the most traditional area in the country, its inhabitants remain astoundingly true to their roots.
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|Anyone who’s ever been to New York City knows that there’s enough to see and do there to keep someone busy for a lifetime, let alone a week’s holiday. Which is why a well-thought out itinerary is so important! Our local guide Rob is a native New Yorker, a photo-journalist and story-teller by trade, and licensed guide for New York City. Today he’s…|
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you have great plans for your holidays, then Srilanka is the right location for that. Srilanka has a variety of locations that are ideal for you to explore and relish on your holidays. We have designed a variety of Srilanka holiday packages based on the various needs of the customers. The Srilanka holiday packages that we have formulated differ in its time duration, the…Continue
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The Shaolin Temple is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in China and the home of the famous Kung Fu practicing monks. The style of Buddhism developed here centered on martial arts training and meditation. The tradition was carried on through the years from…Continue
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Plenty of vacationer destinations all over the world cost a fortune to allow individuals to visit their arena. However this time if you are planning your holidays or have already booked the flights to New York, you don't have to worry much. As there are some…Continue
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Hotel with free wi-fi throughout the hotel, fully refurbished Victorian splendour, award-winning dining, afternoon tea and sumptuous river view suites. Room features (Standard rooms):bathrobes, coffee and tea making facilities, egyptian Linen, elemis Products, flat Screen LCD TV, individual climate control ipod docking station, mini bar, room safe to fit laptop, slippers, televisions can be connected to laptop, tv in bathroom Hotel offers 24-hour Room, Concierge, Business center. Conference…Continue
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Looking for a little funk, pop, soul and more fiveTEN Oakland Events is busting out celebrating Oakland’s diversity and pride with a wide arrange of events leading up to a huge music festival Aug. 30 – Sept. 1.
This year, the fiveTEN team is…Continue
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Situado en la provincia de Guanacaste, en el Pacífico norte de Costa Rica, se yergue el Rincón de la Vieja. Es el volcán más grande en la región noroeste del país. Con una altura de 1.915 metros, la caldera posee 15 Km. de ancho. Es un sitio considerado como lugar místico y sagrado según la antigua tribu curubandé. Asimismo, el parque…Continue
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Long, fat, round pipes in dark brown and off-white snake along the rust red ground through the underbrush. They remind me of giant worms from some prehistoric setting … though not quite like that terrible 1990 movie Tremors.…Continue
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Una red de montañas, parques naturales, balnearios y pueblos medievales se ha tejido a lo largo de los siglos en el centro de Europa. Y sin embargo no es nada conocida. ¿Y eso? El turismo aún no ha puesto sus ojos en Eslovaquia, un país diminuto que se…
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Whether you're a local in New York, spending holidays with your loved ones or visiting town for business objective, you don't have to worry about getting across the city as there is a luxurious and reasonably priced Limousine service available so that you can enjoy. It is without doubt one of the best transportation options for travelling in the city. There are various…
Bat Trang ceramic market was opened in 2004 but has been operating very busy, especially on weekends. Every morning, thousands of young people in Hanoi, foreign visitors along the Red River or River cruises on the market. They are very interested in watching, touching by hands of…Continue
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Serviced apartments are an ideal solution for staying away from home, either for business or pleasure. You have more space, more comfort, more privacy and above all, serviced apartments save you money. Especially when staying for a longer period (one week +) of time. Up to 30%.
When travelling with children serviced apartments are ideal too and safe, because you can all stay in one apartment (with separate bedrooms) and you have a separate living…Continue
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On a weekend, singer Pham Anh Khoa invited his friend to his hometown for a summer vacation trip. All gathered in a place of Khanh Hoa before joining a boat to come to a neglected island and playing the role of Robinson.
In fact, the destination is Bai Hom – is a 5ha wide valley which is in the middle of stone mountains (50m and 100m high). In order to come here, visitors have to use a coach from Ba Ngoi township (Cam Ranh,…Continue
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The visit to Hanoi Museum of Vietnamese Revolution would be a time to understand the changing times of the society that ranges from the Vietnamese streets to the seats of power. The objects on display offer insight into the culture of Vietnam.
The Museum of Vietnamese Revolution in Hanoi was established in 1959 and documents country's struggle for independence and also the history of the Communist…
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