Loft Living In Saint Paul

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One of the most popular trends in the condo market is thriving in Saint Paul. Lofts have become a huge part of the condo industry. The renovation of old warehouses has brought forth some of the most beautiful and unique condo choices on today’s market. What is the attraction to these homes? Firstly, they come […]


Saint Vincent And The Grenadines Casinos

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The Caribbean conjures up images of beautiful islands, with perfect white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees and the deep blue ocean glittering under an endlessly sunny sky. And Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, a former British colony that since 1979 has enjoyed its independence, does not disappoint. Yet when the sun finally sets, Saint Vincent […]


Saint Kitts And Nevis Casinos

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The smallest nation (in terms of land area) in the Western Hemisphere, Saint Kitts and Nevis might not seem like the most obvious place to find good gambling opportunities. Yet this tiny Caribbean state, which with a population of just 43,000 is the least populous country to have United Nations membership, enjoys the facilities of […]


Guadeloupe Casinos

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The French possession of Guadeloupe conjures up images of endless sunshine beating down on perfect white sandy beaches and deep blue Carribean seas. Stay a little longer and you will enjoy the islands’ (there are two, connected by a bridge) fantastic rain forests, waterfalls, and beautiful and cosmopolitan villages. Yet, when the sun goes down, […]


Reunion Casinos

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Fancy a reunion in the island of Reunion? If you do, then you won’t be short of gambling opportunities as this small island in the Indian Ocean, with a population of only around three quarters of a million, offers visitors a choice. In fact, there are four Reunion casinos, in three different towns. First, let’s […]


Age New Spirituality Inspirational Stories Part 74

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The grandest idea in the religion of the Vedanta is that we may reach the same goal by different paths; and these paths I have generalized into four, viz. those of work, love,psychology, and knowledge. But you must, at the same time, remember that these divisions are not very marked and quite exclusive of each […]


The Story Behind Your Valentine S Chocolates

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Valentine’s Day is synonymous with romance, of course. But of the millions who celebrate the popular holiday for lovers each year, how many actually know the rich history behind it? There are several competing theories on the origins of Valentine’s Day. Some say its beginnings can be found in the Middle Ages, when many believed […]


The Secret History Of Santa Claus

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Santa Claus is one old dude. We all know that. Just look at how white his beard and hair are, right? But did you know that the legend of Santa Claus, and St. Nick, go back nearly to the time of Christ, nearly 2,000 years ago? No? Well then, sit back, pour yourself a hot […]


The History Of Valentine S Day

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Love has many different meanings in every single language but there is a universal traditional day when people express their inner feelings for each other, either love or friendship. Valentine’s Day was coined as the exchange day for those with these naturally feelings for others, throughout all cultures. The origins of Valentine’s day are traced […]


Poor Old Santa Claus

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Poor old Santa Claus. Sometimes he gets a bad rap. People say he doesn’t represent Christmas well. People say he doesn’t set a good example for Christians celebrating December 25. And people say


There S No Place Like Rome

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Rome is a city that requires no introduction. The name alone invokes images of leaf-crowned emperors, mythical gods and majestic architecture. Travel in Rome is an enveloping task as Rome is one of the largest and oldest cities in Western Europe, with every corner marked in meticulous detail. Italy’s capital city is largely a sightseeing […]


Venice The Floating City

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For a millennium, Venice has provided inspiration for artists and writers. This coveted city is made up of 118 islands linked by 453 bridges. Each corner of town exhibits individual architectural magnificence, the city combining as one to form a spectacular theatrical stage set. Beautiful churches adorn the banks of the Grand Canal as she […]


Upsala Sweden

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One of the Sweden`s oldest settlements, Upsala, on the banks of the Fyrisan river, is also a lively university town. On the last day of April crowds of students wearing caps parade through the town for the traditional spring season celebrations. Dominating the town`s attractive medieval centre is the Domkyrkan, Scandinavia`s largest Gothic cathedral. Its […]


Research A Caribbean Vacation Package To Saint Vincent And The Grenadines

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an Island Nation in the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea and is a less frequented spot for a Caribbean Vacation Package, despite several of its small islands being well known. Islands like Saint Vincent itself, Bequia, Mustique, Palm, Canouan, Carriacou, Petite Martinique, Union, all appear in many holiday […]


Celebrate Saint Nicholas Day In Curacao

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Each December in the ABC Islands – Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao – locals and tourists celebrate the traditional Dutch holiday known as Saint Nicholas Day. Throughout the weeks leading up to the feast day on December 5, Sinterklaas – the Dutch precursor to the American Santa Claus – makes appearances throughout the islands and distributes […]