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During this month, the buzz is all about the good ‘ol St. Paddy. Needless to say, the place to visit during this time is the Irish country itself –…
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Who said you couldn’t enjoy some exquisitely-tasting wine for under $40?Continue
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It's a refuge by turquoise waters, white-sandy beaches and village-inspired resorts. It's a haven for history buffs; home to numerous cultural and historical sites, including one of the Seven Wonders of the World - the Temple of Artemis.
It's the coast of Aegean.
Monique Burns, Contributor for JAX Magazine, gives us an inside look into the idyllic coastline, and its rich, abundant offerings.…
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If you’re like me, winter is really all about celebrating the holidays with the family, calorie-laden food and below 50 degree weather.
However, given the plentiful activities available during the yuletide season in the island, it might not be such a bad…
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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is upon us!
A blaze of festive lights and Yuletide decorations will soon adorn homes and buildings across the globe.
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The quest for next year’s Yellow Jersey is going to be one steep ride.
It seems like just yesterday 34-year-old Cadel Evans assumed the highest step on the podium on the Champs-Elysees, becoming the first Australian to win the 2011 Tour de France title.
However, the Tour’s 99th edition just got one step closer after the announcement of the race’s 2012 routes at the convention center in Paris. The 2012 Tour de France will bring fiercer mountain climbs and longer time…
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The Reims Cathedral celebration began May 6 and lasts until October 23, 2011. Numerous concerts, street performances, exhibitions, and conferences, as well as an extraordinary illumination of the cathedral are all planned for the City of Coronations.…
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Pleasant and sociable, bars are great places to unwind in after a day’s work or a day of leisure. Paris is no exception to this trend, with chic or offbeat establishments that never fail to amaze. The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau has created a list of the most unusual bars in Paris.
In Part 3 of Unusual Bars in Paris, we explored the Large Venues…
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Susan Farlow, Special Contributor for the Dallas Morning News and freelance writer in Maine, shares an interesting and fun piece exploring the history of the genders of rivers.
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