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  • Paris , The City of Lights

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    Paris The City of Lights

    A closer look at Paris.

    History

    The earliest known occupation of what is now Paris was around 4200 B.C. by the Celtic Simons. The Celtics flourished until they were conquered by roman forces in 52 B.C. When the Romans took over they named the city Lutetina. While under roman rule …

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  • Top Three Travel Tips When Visiting Sweden

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    Top Three Travel Tips When Visiting Sweden

    Summer is getting near and while many travellers go to southern Europe and the Riviera in hope of warm and sunny weather, many people have discovered the vast beauty of Scandinavia. In particular, Sweden has become somewhat of a favourite for Americans visiting Europe.

    This is of course not a …

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  • Seven Coasters You Need to Ride

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    Seven Coasters You Need to RideT-Express

    T-Express is a wooden roller coaster located at Everland amusement park in Yogin, South Korea.  It recently became the the worlds steepest roller coaster when it opened in may of 2008 by beating El Toro's record by 1 degree.  It is also first south Korea's first wooden roller coaster.  …

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  • How to Keep Children Occupied on a Long Car Journey

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    How to Keep Children Occupied on a Long Car Journey

    Traveling with children

    is a lot easier these days than when I was a child in 1960s but it is still a good idea to plan ahead and have plenty of ideas to keep the children occupied.

    In those far off days of 1960s we used to travel to Devon …

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  • I Love Venice Beach

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    I Love Venice Beach

    It’s one of those places you can go year after year, week after week and you’ll always have a different experience.

    I love Venice Beach. It’s one of those places you can go year after year, week after week and you’ll always have a different experience. There was a point …

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  • Saskatchewan Adventure

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    Saskatchewan Adventure

    Where do you have to go to step back in time? Would you believe Saskatchewan? Yes, I'm serious! That land-locked province known for its endless kilometers of wheat fields and wide open spaces is hiding an adventure right out of the history books.

    Saskatchewan has drawn the attention of adventurers …

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  • San Francisco City Hotel Overview with Travelocity Ratings

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     San Francisco City Hotel Overview with Travelocity Ratings

    Learn about some interesting facts about rating and the hotels of San Francisco.

    Hotels in San Francisco City offer affordability and comfort along with locations close to some of the most notable attractions in the area. Hotels exist everywhere and the most important thing to remember when looking for a …

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  • iGoogle’s Choice of Superb Destinations to Visit Before You Die

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iGoogle's Choice of Superb Destinations to Visit Before You Die

    I recently got a new laptop, and one of the first things I did, was to set up iGoogle as my home page. I was pleasantly surprised that there were so many gadgets from which to choose, to tailor one's home page. However, one of the most striking option on …

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  • The World’s Greatest Sandwich Lives in Philadelphia

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    The World's Greatest Sandwich Lives in Philadelphia

    Most people have heard of the Philly Cheese steak but are not familiar with it's historical beginning. After the signing of the Declaration of Independence the steak sandwich is the second most important thing that started in Philadelphia, PA.
    Philadelphia has long been known for it's comfort food and snacks. …

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  • Tips for New Comers to Metro Atlanta

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    Tips for New Comers to Metro Atlanta

    Useful tips to new people coming to Metro Atlanta and fun facts for everyone else.
    The first place you should learn is where the Big Chicken in Marietta is. All directions start from the Big Chicken, located on highway 41 in Marietta.

    If you want to see the real Atlanta, …

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  • 41 of Most World Unique Hotels That’ll Infect You With the Travel Bug

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    41-Unique-Hotels-Around-the-WorldHuman beings and travel go together like peanut butter and jelly or buttcheeks (thanks, Alicia.) But what happens when the usual, sterile hotel experience just isn’t enough to pique our innate, nomadic interest anymore? Sometimes, we need a little weird to get back into the spirit of traveling, and these …

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  • Nine Bare Necessities For Your Day at The Beach

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    It is summer and time to hit the beaches. The last thing you want to do is resemble your Grandma carrying everything except the kitchen sink. Here are some great ways to keep you cool and hip.

    Travel Light with the Basics

    Sundress or Sarong

    Ladies, this is your chance

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  • What is YouTube TV – Travel Review try it for free for 14 days

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    YouTube TV

    The service price went up in  is currently priced at $49.99 plus tax per month slightly more that Youtube TV's competitors Sling TV and Hulu Live TV yet still rivals traditional cable bills, at an average of $107 per month in the US. Add-ons to the channel lineup are available …

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  • Oakland’s Hidden Gem

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    Crocker Highlands is tucked away in the hilly folds of Oakland–artists, musicians and parents alike live here. Patrick, a journalist/artist and recent Crocker Highlands transplant came from living in the hustle-and-bustle of city life in San Francisco. He is originally from Philadelphia and talks to us (along with his sparkly-eyed …

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  • jcpenney online for traveler

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    jcpenney is one of America's largest department stores, catalog, and e-commerce retailers, employing approximately 150,000 associates. As of 2005, jcpenney Corporation operated over 1,000 jcpenney department stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and more than 60 Renner department stores in Brazil. jcpenney Catalog, including e-commerce, is the nation's …

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  • Review: The Meritage Resort in Napa, California

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    Among the hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts in the Napa Valley wine country, it is refreshing to find a really well-done property at a reasonable price.

    Staying in California's Napa/Sonoma wine country can be quite pricey. Most nice places to stay in the Napa area run upwards of $300 …

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  • Most Expensive Homes Villas Around the World

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    We’ve already discovered the most outrageous Beverly Hills homes, the coolest lofts, and the most expensive ranch houses, but if you’re now looking for your next home to purchase, we’ve done the shopping for you. Among the most expensive homes on the market, we’ve picked the 10 most luxurious villas …

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  • Exclusive: Dominique Ansel On The Cronut’s First Birthday

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    TREATS WORTH TRAVELING FOR

    It should come as no surprise that Dominique Ansel, the man who ignited an international revolution with the Cronut™, was awarded this year's Best Pastry Chef at the James Beard Awards on Monday. If the Oscar's of the food world hadn't recognized him, his massive following

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  • Why You Should Consider Sandals This Winter

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    If you're looking to kickstart 2019 on a slightly warmer, more tropical note, we might just have the answer for you. Let's get one thing out of the way first: This is not the Sandals of your parents' generation. The prolific Caribbean resort chain aimed at adults (and couples especially) …

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  • Eight of the Most Scenically Breathtaking Natural Springs in the World

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    In the past, hot springs were honored as spiritual sites by Native Americans. These springs originate from deep inside the Earth and are said to cure and aid certain ailments.

    Springs happen to be quite temperamental considering they can change temperature and dry up at anytime. Remember to respect Mother

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  • Ireland

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    The Ireland country its places and culture.
    Ireland is truly an “emerald isle”

    IRELAND

    The island of Ireland,a land of great natural beauty,forms the western boundary of the Eurasian landmass. Its most remarkable natural feature is its greenness, which has given it the title of the Emerald Isle.

    A pub-public

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  • Check Out The Pristine Beaches Of St. John

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    Check Out The Pristine Beaches Of St. John

    Oh, Wednesday. That pesky work day set perfectly adrift between two weekends – last Sunday is but a distant memory, and Friday night still seems much too far away. Tempted to push the proverbial eject button? We’ve got just the thing: click …

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  • Best Vineyard Hotels GRAPE EXPECTATIONS

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    Best Vineyard Hotels GRAPE EXPECTATIONS

    You heard it through the grapevine: This month marks the end of harvest season at vineyards across the Northern Hemisphere. Wine lovers can check into high-end hotels located steps from where the grapes grow—and sometimes watch or take part in the harvest. At these stunning …

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  • Discover The Seasonal Charm Of St. Moritz

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    There's a place where the sun shines 322 days of the year. An environment where the weather is so pleasant and the surrounding so sparkling, people refer to it as a “champagne climate.” That spot is none other than the elegant and sophisticated St. Mortiz.

    This Swiss resort town has …

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  • Escape To St. Thomas For An Unforgettable Weekend Getaway

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    Escape To St. Thomas For An Unforgettable Weekend Getaway

    Waking up in paradise may sound simple enough with today’s wide variety of travel choices and ever shrinking world. But sometimes those options make trip planning more complicated than it needs to be. We often find ourselves with choice anxiety, struggling …

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  • The Most Over-The-Top Hotel Amenities On The Menu

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    In simpler times, free WiFi and warm chocolate chip cookies at check-in were perfectly acceptable hotel amenities–some even called them perks. But in what can only be described as a veritable arms race of concierges and insert-artisanal-product butlers, amenities at the world’s most luxurious hotelsare exceptionally–and unusually–extravagant.

    Hotel shuttle services

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