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Fascinating Facts about the Colosseum (Rome)

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Iconic!  Magnificent!  The Symbol of Rome!  The Greatest Roman Architectural Work!

These and many more adjectives and praises have been poured upon the glorious ruins of stone and cement that sit in the heart of modern Rome. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world. Any and every movie that features the city has to have a [...] Continue Reading…

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Top 5 Things To-Do in Finland

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     Hiding in the Northern part of Europe is the beautiful, Nordic country of Finland. Bordered by Sweden to the west, Norway to the North and Russia to the east, Finland has always lied beneath the shadows of its neighboring European countries. Known for it’s snowy climate, excellent education and peaceful economy, Finland is an ideal destination for [...] Continue Reading…

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Skiing in Rossland

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Deep in the heart of the Canadian Rockies sits the little big town of Rossland. Located in the Monashee Mountains, it was a former gold mining town. Rossland is just about 5 miles (8 kms) from the US and south-eastern British Columbia border. It is only a 2.5 hour drive from Spokane.

What is outstanding about this little nook in [...] Continue Reading…

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Seattle Art Museum- Where Past meets Present

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Welcome to Seattle!  Owing to the long spring season, the Emerald City (Seattle) has been a famous tourist hub among the travelers of all ages. February marks the beginning of beautiful tourist season when rains relent and the shades of narcissus and plum change the hues and scent that would last for months. It is perhaps one of the [...] Continue Reading…

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White Salmon River, Washington

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The very name conjures up shimmering, silvery bodies of fish flashing through the water on their way upstream to spawn. Green trees throng its sides and shrubs lean over the banks of the river as it picturesquely twists and turns it way down canyons. And that is exactly what you get with White Salmon River.

The river has a length [...] Continue Reading…

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Munich Attractions

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Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and located on the beautiful and gentle River Isar. Munich is derived from the word munchen (meaning “near the monks place”). It was the Benedictine monks who founded the city in 1158 and thus the monk image on the city’s coat of arms. By many European standards it is [...] Continue Reading…

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Easter Around the World

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            This Sunday countries all around the world will be celebrating the Christian holiday of Easter. From an Easter egg roll with the President of the United States to decorating tress and bushes in Germany, Easter is wide spread holiday in both landscape and culture. Some traditions are joyous and others are sacrificial, however [...] Continue Reading…

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Holi – The Indian Festival of Colours

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The Hindu festival of Holi is celebrated on the last full moon day (or Poornima) in the Hindu Lunar calendar month of Phalgun. The days and dates vary every year. This year, 2013, the dates are March, 27th (Wednesday) and 28th (Thursday).

The Indian festival of Holi celebrates the arrival of spring, and all things new. It is probably the [...] Continue Reading…

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Touring of Mount Titlis, Switzerland

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Travelling to Mount Titlis is a joy in itself. The journey from Zurich unrolls picture postcard perfect scenery in the way that only Switzerland produces.

The mountain is located in the heart of the Urner Alps in Central Switzerland. At 3,238 metres it is the highest mountain in this region. It has three main faces. The Titlis Glacier occupies the [...] Continue Reading…

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Why Travel Insurance is Mandatory

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Travelling abroad is still a big deal, even today when it is so commonplace. Vacationers will research and make the most painstaking plans about what they will visit; where they will stay; the activities they will undertake and the tours they will get on. They make contingency plans for funds, should they over spend on the budget.

Yet one of [...] Continue Reading…

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