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Submitted on Aug 10, 2007 from Dean Caporella
With summer entering it’s last phase in the northern hemisphere a cruise vacation in the fall and winter will be on the minds of many looking to take advantage of better weather. The warmer waters in the south seas are a mouth-watering prospect while the seas taking in the Bahamas and..
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Submitted on Aug 08, 2007 from Dean Caporella
An African safari vacation for many of us, is a once in a lifetime holiday. Believe it or not, there are professional safari vacationers who make the pilgrage to this mighty continent on a regular basis. A safari in Africa vacation isn’t just a matter of jumping on a plane and heading off into..
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Submitted on Aug 06, 2007 from Connie Limon
Family Flick Days are held on the first Saturday of every month currently (2007). Films cover a variety of themes relating to the museum’s drop-in activities topics. Family Flicks films are always chosen with the child and their family in mind and are free of charge. Films are shown in the..
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Submitted on Aug 06, 2007 from Connie Limon
The Walters Art Museum is located at 600 North Charles Street in Baltimore’s historic Mt. Vernon Cultural District. Mt. Vernon’s Cultural District is about one mile north of the Inner Harbor. The museum is located near the MTA bus lines (Nos. 3, 11, 31, 61 and 64) and the Centre Street Light..
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Submitted on Jul 31, 2007 from Tina Halford
There are so many adventurous places to go and see, however, you haven’t been to one place. You haven’t climbed one rock or experienced white water rafting down one river. And the reason for this is of course, money. You just don’t have the money to take off whenever you want,..
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Koh Samui is Thailand’s third largest island. It is still covered with coconut trees, jungle and rugged rocks of granite sloping into the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Siam. Samui measures 21km in its length and is 25km wide. Nowadays Koh Samui is a preferred destination for divers who are..
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When we travel, we can experiment with life. We can ask ourselves; What do I really like to do when I have the time to do what I want? and What keeps me from pleasing myself instead of following or pleasing other people? When I was having lunch in a pub in Mousehole, in south west England,..
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Submitted on Jul 21, 2007 from Vicki Landes
Perched atop a vineyard-covered hill, the lonely Wuerttemberg Memorial Chapel enjoys a magnificent view of the Stuttgart area’s wine country. Although it sits in reverent silence, the chapel proclaims the timeless love of King Wilhelm I for his deceased bride, Katharina. The two now share this..
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Submitted on Jul 17, 2007 from Andr Lee
The Agricultural Technician for the Ministry of Agro Industry says that wild dogs are an imminent threat to our society. They are born in the wild and when they grow up they can be ferocious. It has been reported that wild dogs tend to stray where there is food available and have already..
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Lucky means many things to many people. I have never won a large sum of money in fact I never won anything really. I have a nice place to stay and enough to eat but I work for that so I’m not sure how much it has to do with luck. I find more red lights than green and I never get away with..
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Submitted on Jul 17, 2007 from Andr Lee
Restaurant owners who have their business along the coast depend mostly on the tourism sector. And yet, although arrivals to Mauritius have increase since last year, the situation has remained the same in the restaurants. There is a waiter at La Cravache D’or Restaurant says that even with the..
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Why you should consider Singapore as a travel Destination Heard of the little red dot? That’s Singapore often being referred to due to it’s smallest in the map, just a small dot. A small dot no doubt but it has lots to offer as a travel destination. If you had never visited Singapore before,..
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Sometimes traveling isn’t just about going to a destination; it’s a state of mind. Physically, I’ve been trapped in South Carolina for seven months now while mentally I try and put myself back in my favorite European places. One of my very favorites is the Tuscany region of Italy. While the..
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Submitted on Jul 12, 2007 from Gilda Caudron
THE GENERATION GAP I admit it. I am a Baby Boomer. This is said with some trepidation as this means confessing I can remember when most television shows were filmed in black and white. I can also recall seeing photos of Civil War soldiers when they were still alive. Granted they were in..
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Submitted on Jul 11, 2007 from Mahendra Singh
Have you got the traveller’s itch? You know, that mild but persistent irritation perpetual tourists suffer from, accompanying staying in the same place for too long. Australia, with its plethora of natural beauty and man-made attractions, is like a siren song to many a wonderer. Alternatively,..
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Submitted on Jul 07, 2007 from Vicki Landes
The little village of Oberammergau is more than just another charming German town. It’s a place where history is full of faith and sincere gratitude. It’s a place that oozes of timeless moments. And it’s a place where a promise to God has been kept for almost 400 years. Oberammergau is truly..
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Garmisch, Germany boasts of many things – the breathtaking Bavarian Alps, perfectly-carved wooden houses with flowerboxes that spill over with color, the delicate edelweiss alpine blossoms, mouth-watering schnitzel, stout German beer, and a myriad of talented local craftsmen. But did you know..
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Submitted on Jun 28, 2007 from Claudia White
A person is often said to grow roots in the place that he lives. In such a situation a need to relocate can instigate many emotional and mental disturbances in a human being. The need to relocate can arise due to a variety of reasons be it a job change or a personal decision for better prospects..
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Submitted on Jun 27, 2007 from Ian Molloy
You have done all the hard work and are due to arrive at campsite. The first thing you must do when you arrive at your caravan park is to check in at reception. Then the following list should help you to prepare your caravan for your holiday. If you have arrived at a campsite in the bush or..
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Submitted on Jun 26, 2007 from nicole kidman
If you are lone traveller, honeymooner on business trip or on date… and making your mind to visit Prague, you probably need a shelter to stay. Prague has so many apartments of all budget and classes and places to stay with luxury to economy of all range. Apart Hotel Angel is a new..
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Submitted on Jun 25, 2007 from Claudia White
When a person has to move out from a familiar surrounding as a part of a personal or company move it can be a trying time for the individual. In addition to the emotional loss that he would face as a result of losing the comfort of familiar places and people around him, the transportation of his..
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Voyage Vietnam is a licenced Vietnamese company number 0491/2006/TCDL-GP LHQT issued on January 24th 2006. specializing in motorcycle touring throughout Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and China (in the future), especially in the Northern part of Vietnam. These activities include motorbiking..
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Submitted on Jun 14, 2007 from Claudia White
A person gets used to the surrounding where he has been living for certain duration, maybe his entire life till date. The presence of a circle of his close friends and known neighbors in the locality give him a sense of security. In such a scenario a transfer to a new place, whatever be the..
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Submitted on Jun 12, 2007 from Margaret Cowan
Enjoy an Italian cooking school tour Imagine yourself on a warm evening out on a deck in Italy, surrounded by vineyards spilling down slopes at all angles, covering green hills fading into the distance, drinking young, fruity Dolcetto and laughing away with friends. An imposing 11th century..
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Submitted on Jun 11, 2007 from Bryan Irving
Holiday and business travel can be exhausting and stressful, so it’s good to counterbalance the effects of air and road journeys, climate and time-zone changes and the disruptions to your diet, sleep and daily routine by following a few simple Ayurvedic guidelines: IMBALANCES CAUSED BY..
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You do not have as much room on a motorcycle to pack your camping gear, so choose carefully. A lightweight one or two person tent with a waterproof floor is best. These are relatively light weight and will not take up all your storage room. Some tents have a side annex for covering the..
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Submitted on Jun 06, 2007 from Ian Molloy
Just because you love your motorcycle (motorbike) does not mean you can not enjoy the magnificent places we have in Australia (or the world for that matter). A motorcycle holiday can be a very low cost method of touring. By carefully choosing the right motorcycle, equipment and clothing, it is..
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Submitted on May 31, 2007 from Andr Lee
The Minister has warned the passengers to Fly but don’t get drunk. There is an issue with the number of drunken passengers on Air Mauritius flights, according to the Minister of Tourism and External Communication. They cause problems to other passengers and staff and now Government wants to put..
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Submitted on May 21, 2007 from Enrico Forte
If you need to find trusted information to plan your vacations in the southern Italy, then read this quick guide to give you all the best Sicily travel essentials. A tour around Sicily offers you different types of experiences and emotions: beaches, volcanoes, natural parks and a trip across..
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Submitted on May 16, 2007 from Spencer Neal
There is something very remarkable about this story. Not the fact that it covers part of the ancient Silk Road route from Xian in China to Islamabad in Pakistan. It’s not the fact that we crossed desserts, remote wilderness and the highest border crossing in the world. Nor is it because we..
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Submitted on May 16, 2007 from ju lien
Since July 2006 after the opening route of the Qingzang Railway between Golmud to Lhasa in Tibet, the Peruvian Orient Express is not the highest passenger train in the world anymore. The railway line to the Lake Titicaca in Peru crosses a pass at 4,330 meters at its highest point, La Raya. The..
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Submitted on May 09, 2007 from Ian Molloy
Just because you love your motorcycle (motorbike) does not mean you can not enjoy the magnificent places we have in Australia (or the world for that matter). A motorcycle holiday can be a very low cost method of touring. By carefully choosing the right motorcycle, equipment and clothing, it is..
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, created by Coral Gables based Lorraine Travel, which has been in business since 1948, is a website chock-full of luxury hotels & resorts that many upscale travelers flock to. From Little Palm Island in the Florida Keys to the new Mandarin Oriental in New York City or even the..
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Submitted on Apr 26, 2007 from Larry Owen
That day early in July when we drove our Toyota off the ferry in Wrangell, Alaska, the weather was absolutely georgeous! In a part of the world where the average annual rainfall can exceed 140 inches per year, the sky was a deep blue and there was brilliant sunshine. It was almost hot! My..
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Submitted on Apr 23, 2007 from Enrico Forte
What can you do to find “real” cheap travels in Italy? On the web you can find lot of different sites where search, book or compare different offers…are you sure it’s a good deal? The first thing to consider is that on the net you could search on thousand of travel website…but the number of..
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Submitted on Apr 08, 2007 from Cheryline Lawson
Have you noticed that there are not many store front travel agencies these days? I guess it may have had a lot to do with the fact that many people are using their computer to book their own flights online. Also, after the disaster in New York on September 11th, people were scared to travel and..
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Submitted on May 30, 2006 from Linda Dessau
Taking your creative work out on the road can be exciting. Seeing new places, meeting new people, and sharing your music with new audiences are all enticing prospects. Ready to go? Not so fast Jumping into a touring experience without planning ahead can lead you down a destructive path of..
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