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Visit the World of the Emperors at Forbidden City

Visit the World of the Emperors at Forbidden City

[ 0 ] May 23, 2015 |

In the heart of Beijing is one of the most well preserved imperial palaces of China, the Forbidden City. The splendid palace got its name from the fact that it was inaccessible for 500 years, finally being made into the Palace Museum in 1925 after the last Emperor abdicated and later was evicted.

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7 Things to Avoid if You Don’t Want to Break Your Vacation Budget

7 Things to Avoid if You Don’t Want to Break Your Vacation Budget

[ 0 ] April 26, 2015 |

Going on vacation without making a budget can be a big financial mistake for you. You might find yourself spending excessively and ruining your home budget for months to come. If you plan your vacation wisely, you will spend a fraction of the usual fee on tickets, accommodation and food. Below are some things you […]

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How to Avoid Kids…Even in the School Holidays

How to Avoid Kids…Even in the School Holidays

[ 0 ] March 30, 2015 |

They wriggle around, smell funny and emit ear-piercing screams on a regular basis. We can only be talking about one thing; children. Whether you love them, hate them, have your own or spend your life avoiding them; there is certainly no escaping them, especially when the school holidays roll around. If you’ve not yet been […]

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6 Must See Los Angeles Sites for Archeology Lovers

6 Must See Los Angeles Sites for Archeology Lovers

[ 0 ] March 27, 2015 |

The study of archaeology, uncovering artifacts hidden under the Earth for hundreds or even thousands of years, takes the contemporary person back to some of the world’s earliest inhabitants. Within the boundaries of Southern California, archaeologists continue to discover artifacts in order to reconstruct an image of the region’s history, from now-extinct animal species to […]

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Five Great Ideas for the Best Scotland Vacation

Five Great Ideas for the Best Scotland Vacation

[ 0 ] March 20, 2015 |

Scotland is a land rich in history, mystery and legend. Picturesque villages, fascinating castles and beautiful lakes nestle in the gorse and heather-covered hills and glens. Away from the major urban areas and prestigious golf courses, much of Scotland is still unvisited by tourist hordes and provides many of the country’s best-kept secrets. Here are […]

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Step into the Mesmerizing Venice

Step into the Mesmerizing Venice

[ 0 ] March 10, 2015 |

Also, known as the water city, Venice is a beautiful tourist destination found in Europe. Even though a visit to this city could pinch your pocket a bit, it is still worth the visit. However, before finalizing a trip to the city of waters, there are some details which one must be aware of. Some […]

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Kensington Presents various Attractions along with Luxurious Hotels

Kensington Presents various Attractions along with Luxurious Hotels

[ 0 ] March 10, 2015 |

Kensington is one of the best areas to find a perfect accommodation in London. A London hotel close to Kensington may be a great option if you wish to stay amidst luxurious environment. One of the extremely affluent regions of London, i.e. Kensington district is located in Royal Borough of Kensington and also Chelsea. This […]

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What to Consider When Renting an Apartment on your Holiday

What to Consider When Renting an Apartment on your Holiday

[ 0 ] January 30, 2015 |

One of the most significant aspects to consider when planning for a holiday is accommodation. The type and nature of accommodation indeed plays an important role when looking for the ideal accommodation arrangement. For many years, hotel accommodation has remained the most obvious choice among many holiday goers. However, rental apartment accommodation and precisely, serviced […]

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Whistler Mountain Fun: Free Activities to Keep You Busy

Whistler Mountain Fun: Free Activities to Keep You Busy

[ 0 ] January 22, 2015 |

Whistler, British Columbia is a world-famous hub for outdoor recreation and alpine-resort fun. But you don’t need to pay loads of money to enjoy this amazing swath of the Pacific Ranges, as legitimately fantastic as those ski/snowboard slopes, zipline canopy tours, and other fee-based activities are. If you’re looking for free thrills and sightseeing that […]

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Songs of Summer: The Grand Teton Music Festival

Songs of Summer: The Grand Teton Music Festival

[ 0 ] January 20, 2015 |

One of the world’s most unique and exquisite venues for the performance of immortal classical masterpieces, the Grand Teton Music Festival attracts visitors from all around the world. This venerable tradition, launched way back in 1962, treats audiences to sublime melodies–Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, Liszt–in the sort of wilderness landscape that can really stand up to […]

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