Paris Apartment Marais

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this wonderful deluxe one-bedroom apartment is located on rue des Francs Bourgeois, the reputed and desirable semi-pedestrian commercial street in the heart of Paris’ historic Marais district. One enters into a bright and spacious living room. The eye is immediately drawn to the wonderful period beams, assembled in a lattice structure supporting the ceiling (just […]


Boating Holidays

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Boating holidays are a wonderful way to spend the summer! Just pack your bags and float around on a houseboat or a yacht for a few weeks, enjoying the sunshine, fishing and swimming and visiting towns along the shoreline. It’s comparable in cost to staying in a hotel, with so much less hassle. And it’s […]


Put The I In America S 400th Anniversary

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It was nearly four centuries ago that three small ships, battling the roaring waves and turbulence of the Atlantic Ocean, carried 104 intrepid adventurers from Blackwall, England, to the shores of Virginia and what the Europeans called the “New World.” Here, on the banks of the James River, they established Jamestown as the first permanent […]


Travel To Athens A Gift From The Gods

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Travelers who expect to be greeted by lone standing relics of ancient Greece will be awestruck by the sprawling urban metropolis of today’s Athens. The capital city is an explorer’s paradise as historic gems are embedded within the modern day melee and cultural nuances of a turbulent past are written between the lines of concrete […]


Warren County New Jersey The New York Metro Area S Undiscovered Historic Treasure

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When people head out from New York and surrounding environs in search of weekend retreats, invariably they end up in western Connecticut, the Hudson River Valley, the Catskills and other upstate New York areas, the Jersey Shore, and the Hamptons. As places where New Yorkers traditionally vacation, purchase second homes, celebrity watch and more, it’s […]


Caution Chicago Just Might Blow You Away

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The Windy City is full of more than just, well, air. Chicago is the heart and soul of America’s Midwest, the country’s third largest city behind New York and Los Angeles, and claims some of the most recognizable architectural monuments of American tradition and culture, such as historic Wrigley Field and the Sears Tower. Chicago’s […]


Information On Germany

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To start I would like to say that most people are right, Germany is a GREAT place to visit. I heard on the radio the other day that over 4 million Americans visited Germany in 2005 and to be honest it did not surprise me at all. With so many beautiful things to see and […]


16 Things To Do In Belfast Ireland

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If you are looking for a nice get-a-way weekend, with all the charm of a country town and yet all the opportunities of a thriving city, then Belfast is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy life! Belfast is the second largest city in Ireland, Dublin being the largest, and with a population of over […]


Laying Rubber On The Georgia Asphalt By Kelley Thompson

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The state of Georgia cannot be defined by one of its cities or by a unifying history or even by a globalized present. Its regions are uniquely particular, separated by more than just miles. Atlanta Metro and North Atlanta is Georgia hub, and one of the few capitals which can boast that distinction. The Martin […]


New Orleans Earns A Spot On Your Holiday Wish List

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Traveling for the holidays? With low hotel rates, special culinary offerings, cultural and family events and unique shopping, New Orleans makes the perfect destination. In December, New Orleans comes alive with music, food and decorations – all with the sounds, scents and sights of the season. Food lovers will revel in the free daily cooking […]


Life S A Peach And So Is Georgian Travel Georgia Travel Information

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Georgia is deeply entrenched in United States history, big business corporations, and welcoming hometown hospitality. The Peach State is overflowing with American heritage, monuments, battlefields and museums as well as sandy beaches and forested hiking trails. Travel down south this season to Georgia for a truly revolutionary experience. Gone With the Wind… Not Quite Georgia […]


A Tourist Guide To Prague

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Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and is located on the Vltava River in central Bohemia. In recent years the city has grown very popular among tourists. It is an affordable holiday destination for people of all ages and is characterized with a romantic, medieval and historic appeal. Travelling to Prague Flying is […]


Vacationing In Gold West Country Montana

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Montana is a vast and varied state of mountains, canyons, river valleys, forests and caverns. It’s the 4th largest state in the nation but with our popularion under 1 million, it’s actually the sixth least-populated state. Ah… there is room to breathe and nowhere is the air fresher. The myths and legends of the American […]


Hello From Orlando A Walk Through Winter Park A Hint Of New England In Florida

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Just a few minutes north of downtown Orlando awaits Winter Park, a charming picturesque suburb steeped in history. After my excursion on the Scenic Boat Tour, my local expert Wanda Salerno took me on a little walk through town past beautiful historic neighbourhoods. With is origins as a citrus growing region, Winter Park became a […]