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Rome – How eternal is the Eternal City?

Posted by on Mar 1, 2012 in Featured, Travel | 1 comment

Rome has been known as the Eternal City far longer than one might think. Of course we consider Rome to be rather 'eternal' nowadays, because the place has been around for some odd three thousand years, but you'd be interested to know that even ancient Romans would refer to Rome as the Eternal City.

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A quick look at San Francisco

Posted by on Feb 29, 2012 in Featured, Travel | 0 comments

The city of San Francisco, famous for its progressive inhabitants, having spawned the hippie movement, Golden Gate Bridge and all around eclectic nature, is also one of the few major American cities which you can explore by walking, not because it's small, quite the opposite, but because it almost asks it of you.

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Sydney and its beaches

Posted by on Feb 28, 2012 in Featured, Travel | 0 comments

Located on one of the globe's most strikingly beautiful harbors, the Australian city of Sydney is warm-natured, bathed in sunlight and all around good looking, thanks in no small part to its happy inhabitants. The city is characterized by two icons of architecture which make it famous not only within its country but the entire world, the sleek, armadillo-like designed Sydney Opera House and the massive Harbour Bridge which plays host to one of the worlds biggest fireworks displays during the New Year celebrations.

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The unique allure of Tuscany

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Featured, Travel | 1 comment

The Italian region of Tuscany is well-known to travelers from around the world, but it is hard to precisely pin down the reasons behind its popularity. This doesn't happen because there are only a handful of them, but more because they are all so intertwined that it becomes really difficult to name just one thing that makes the region so alluring.

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A short description of Vietnamese beaches

Posted by on Feb 22, 2012 in Featured, Travel | 0 comments

While Vietnam may be a bit late to the regional beach party that has been going on for the past couple of decades, it is steadily gaining notice thanks to its more than three thousand kilometers of coastline featuring what appear to be almost infinite stretches of powdery beaches, with all the extras like hidden coves, wonderful lagoons, and nature sculpted rock formations.

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