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Beirut: More Armani then Armageddon

On his intrepid trek in the Levant the acclaimed writer William Dalrymple describes his crossing from Syria to Lebanon in 1994, just four years after the end of the civil war. Struck by signs of a glitzy lifestyle already springing up beside bombed-out Beirut skyscrapers he writes, in his compelling travelogue, From the Holy Mountain: Things have of course moved ...

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5 Most Beautiful Mediterranean Islands

Words don’t do justice to the majesty of these enchanting enclaves with the Mediterranean lapping at their shores. Crete Greece’s largest isle dazzles with its geographical diversity—stretches of palm-backed sand, abundant orchards, rolling hills, vertiginous peaks, and mysterious grottoes. Fans of Greek mythology should trek to Ideon Cave, the birthplace of Zeus. And history buffs should not miss touring Knossos, ...

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How to Plan the Perfect Places to Visit in Colorado

Colorado is internationally known for its stunning mountain ranges, wildlife, and outdoor activities. Denver, its capital offers numerous museums for those history geeks and art enthusiasts. Stay to one of the cabins in Colorado for the whole duration of your vacation to further turn your dream vacation into a remarkable one! Wake up with the amazing view and achieve an ultimate relaxation. ...

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How To Find Enjoyable Family Safaris In Tanzania

If you’re looking for a place which offers a magical African safari experience while still remaining in close access to civilization, Tanzania is most definitely worth considering.  Its largest city, Dar es Salaam is not only well-appointed in its choice of hotels and attractions (including unique music and more) it’s also located adjacent to many areas of intense natural beauty ...

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Traversing Bears Ears: Adventuring through a Sacred Land

Mighty, twisting rivers winding through deep canyons. Eroded, multi-hued sandstone towers piercing the sky. Craggy, forested mountain ranges looming over dry desert plains. Stunning Southeastern Utah has been a vacation destination for decades, from Four Corners Monument to Canyonlands National Park. In recent years, though, one particular swath of the vast region has been making headlines—Bears Ears National Monument. It takes its evocative ...

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The 5 Safest Cities For Women To Travel Alone in Spain

The exotic country of Spain is loaded with World Heritage Sites, friendly locals, delicious cuisine, world-famous festivals and more. This country can be a little overwhelming for solo female travelers though. There have been and continue to be warning about pickpocketing, car thefts, and scams throughout the larger cities. As a female traveler in this country it then makes sense ...

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5 Things to See and Do in New Brunswick

New Brunswick is blessed with an abundance of woodlands, a scenic coast, beautiful rivers and bustling cities. This province has everything anyone could ask for, yet is highly underrated. Tourists can come here to discover the highest tides on the Bay of Fundy, the cultural and historic capital city of Fredericton, sandy beaches, quaint seaside towns and more. From inlands ...

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Latvia Travel Guide and Travel Information

Lonely Planet named Latvia as one of the best places to travel and it’s easy to see why as this country bursts with sea, lakes, woods and endless opportunities for exploring medieval towns and castles. If you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this country offers unspoiled nature to explore, cobbled streets to walk and ...

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A Literary Tour of Russia

Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries Russia produced towering figures of world literature, including Pushkin, Chekhov, Tolstoy and Solzhenitsyn. Many of their former homes and places associated with these literary titans have been turned into museums or are tourist attractions in their own right. Visiting them can help provide an insight into what inspired their prose, poems and plays. Moscow ...

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4 Spanish Attractions Every Kid Should Experience

Spain isn’t just for grownups and whether you live here or you visit, there is no shortage of things for kids to do. From an amusement park on top of a mountain to the biggest aquarium in Europe to a magical fountain; exploring Spain is fun for all ages. Here are the four Spanish attractions that every kid, and frankly ...

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