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Things to Pack for a Trip
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Topic : Things to Pack for a Trip; Essential Packing List
by Gareth Powell.Rules for packing a suitcase for overseas travel. The Essential Packing List of Things to Pack for a Trip
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Top 10 Spanish Experiences
by Rhiannon Williamson.If you consider yourself a more adventurous tourist or you’re just bored of the same old same old spouted by tired tourist guides read on for an exciting Spanish itinerary. 1) The Seville Fair – we all know that the Spanish are party people and t...
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An Overview of the Gatlinburg Cabins
by Dani Martin.In recent years Gatlinburg has become even more popular as both a vacation spot for families and a romantic getaway for lovers. Ideally located, Gatlinburg is within a day’s drive for fifty percent of American citizens. Vacation options include sin...
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Whale Watching – The Biggest Show on Earth
by Cliff Calderwood.Imagine a lazy summer’s afternoon on a boat in a gentle rolling ocean. A good breeze softly massages your face where you sit, and you begin to close your eyes and drift away… the sound of the boat’s engine begins to fade and finally stops. The ...
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Yosemite National Park
by Gregg Strand.Highlights of the park include Yosemite Valley, and its high cliffs and waterfalls; Wawona's history center and historic hotel; the Mariposa Grove, which contains hundreds of ancient giant sequoias; Glacier Point's (summer-fall) spectacular view of Y...
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Three ‘Hot Ticket’ events from Superbreak
by Robin Richmond.GUYS AND DOLLS - ?94.50pp – Guys and Dolls marks the return of one of the greatest musicals of all time, with the first new production in 23 years of Frank Loesser's classic starring Ewan McGregor at London’s Piccadilly Theatre.  Guys and Do...
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Relive the Battle of Trafalgar with Superbreak.com!
by Robin Richmond.Although Trafalgar 200 marks events that happened 200 years ago, the focus is very much on the present day and celebrating the important role the sea plays in our lives today and the many exciting maritime challenges that lie ahead. In addition to th...
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Oasis At Home And Away With Superbreak
by Robin Richmond.They are performing both at home in Manchester in 2 July and away at Milton Keynes Bowl on 9 July and Superbreak http://www.superbreak.com has put together fantastic value accommodation packages to see both shows. “Oasis at Home” ?139pp – ...
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Discover Knotts Berry Farm
by David G. Hallstrom, Sr..Knott's Berry Farm, America's first theme park, is located at 8039 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park, CA 90620, telephone number (714) 220-5200 and has over one hundred fifty (150) rides in six themed areas: Ghost Town, Fiesta Village?, The Boardwalk, Indi...
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Stunning Drakensberg Experience! The Drakensberg Boys Choir
by Brian Kemp.Thirty-six years ago, the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir was born. The dream was of a multi-racial, multi-cultural Choir School to rival the Vienna Boys. Not in the middle of a history-rich, ancient European city. But in the boondocks. In a beautiful, rur...
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SanAntonio is for Everyone!
by Lisa.The AlamoIt’s the home of the Alamo … and so much more. One of the most interesting things to know is that The Alamo is in the middle of downtown San Antonio. The 18th-century mission church where Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and 188 others waged the...

The Trans Siberian Railway
by Marina Smiley.I am talking about one of Russia’s most famous delights and adventures; the one week excursion on the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow in the west to Vladivostok, of the Far East region of Russia. It is the longest continuous rail line on earth -...

Its Finally Here!
by Doug Bower.The rainy season is here.I wrote about it two months ago. I told of my not-so-excited-anticipation of this yearly and, unless you want to leave and go to the desert for 12 weeks, unavoidable act of God. The rainy season changes EVERYTHING.1. When it ...
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International Real Estate
by Phillip Townsend.2. Research. Find out the specifics about your new home-to-be: from the local political and economic situation to the daily cost-of-living. The last thing you want is to sink money into a place that's unstable. Check out the U.S. State Department's s...
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Those Ellusive Crab and Prawn Traps
by Valerie Giles.This is the story of our weekend boating trip and yet another lost prawn trap. My husband and I have been boating for several years with friends on their Bayliner on the west coast and enjoy our excursions through the San Juan Islands in Washington s...
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Altinkum Property Boom
by Laura Bower - Turquoise Homes.This quotation, attributed to the American author, Henry James, captures perfectly the mood among property buyers in Altinkum, Turkey. James would have been intrigued by the excitement rushing through this Aegean resort - an excitement that started i...
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Back To The Western World
by Vmt Singuillo.Yet as you walk in any place of the US, once in a while you would even see people wear a glimpse of the cowboys.To our Native American brothers and sisters, we greatly salute you for your great contributions to the American society and culture. The N...
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The Best of the Boutiques
by Marcy Roth.Here at the gateway to the California wine country, choices abound in wine.  Many of the best never make it out of the Golden state (unless we ship them there.)  And, many of the finest are small-scale, low-production wineries – often cal...

Tahiti in Fiction and Film
by David Stanley.In 1934 American writers Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall brought out the Bounty Trilogy. This three-part novel deals with Christian's mutiny on the Bounty, the escape of Bligh and his loyal crew members to Dutch Timor, and the colonization of ...
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Casares, the most famous of the
by Ruth Polak.The Costa del Sol is blessed with several traditional Spanish white villages,or Pueblos Blancos, each with its own unique atmosphere. However there is something about the village of Casares that just makes you stand and stare.As you approach Casares ...

Weather and Latitude are not allies
by David Leonhardt.There is a popular assumption that if you move to higher latitudes (toward the poles) you can escape the heat, and that by moving to lower latitudes (toward the equator) you can escape the cold. The equation is simple.  But is it real? ...
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How To Survive Your Honeymoon
by Alexis Miller.Once you've mortgaged the rest of your life for the dress and the ceremony, made all sorts of promises in front of everyone you know and danced with your long-lost fifth cousin twice removed, you deserve a little time off to recuperate. It's called a...
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The Gateway To The West
by Vmt Singuillo.Ever heard of the Gateway Arch in Saint Louis, Missouri? Probably many of you are more familiar with the Statue of Liberty in New York and the Golden Gate in San Francisco, but how about the Gateway Arch?The Gateway Arch is a Jefferson National Expan...
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The Truth About Hostels
by Marcus Hochstadt.In August 1909 the German teacher Richard Schirrmann had been caught in a violent thunderstorm on an eight day migration with his pupils and found accommodation in a barn by a farmer. While the pupils were sleeping, Schirrmann was laying awake the wh...
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Golf Course & Waterfront Living: Live, Play, Relax
by Robert Flournoy.Out of the 10,000 master planned communities across the United States, over 2,500 are built around golf courses and pristine waterfront property.  Making sense of all the options can be mind boggling.  If you are thinking about relocating t...
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