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    What s hot in san diego

     

    What’s hot in San Diego? That question is not referring to the babes on the beach and the correct answer is not typically the weather. If you are asked that question the politically correct way to answer is to name the top San Diego tourist destinations. 1) The San Diego Zoo. This world famous zoo is not your average see the monkey and feed the goats attraction. This zoo has animals you might not have even heard of, such as the Oryx, and animals that you may be familiar with like the Wild Ass. By the way the Wild Ass is the animal version not the human version. 2) Sea World. Where Killer Whales seem cute and cuddly. There are also sharks, manatees, a “forbidden reef” where you can pet the bat ray, an arcade, rides, and of course, the Shamu killer whale show. 3) San Diego Wild Animal Park. Visitors claim this is just like being on an African Safari without traveling to Africa and the possible exposure to Malaria. The animals are in the open as opposed to being caged. Visitors can see lions, giraffes, elephants, the Nairobi Village with shops, animals and restaurants and ride the Wgasa Bush Line Railway. 4) Tijuana. The favorite Mexican city of underage college students everywhere but another popular destination for those visiting San Diego. Be prepared to be on your guard as Mexico’s crime rate is higher than the United States’. 5) The Beach. No trip to San Diego would be complete without a trip to Mission Beach. Still keep your mouth shut about the babes here. There are many other great attractions in the San Diego area, such as the town of La Jolla, the Coronado Hotel, great Mexican restaurants and the San Diego Maritime Museum. Just remember to do your research, have fun and most of all, relax.

         
    What s to do for a stag night in cardiff

     

    Cardiff combines old and new in a vibrant city scene that is like no other in the world. A stag night in Cardiff can take advantage of the vivid nightlife, dip into the pool of local comedy talent at a Cardiff comedy club, or stretch into the next day with a variety of exciting activities in and around Cardiff and its surroundings. Cardiff may not be the first city you think of when you think of a stag night, but it has some fantastic offerings for a stag party that will never be forgotten. If you enjoy a challenge, you'll find some spectacular stag night activities in Cardiff. The surrounding waterfalls and cliffs have given rise to the exciting extreme sport of coasteering, an amazing combination of swimming, hiking, cliff-jumping and traversing the cliffs that has been likened to whitewater rafting without the raft. Coasteering originated in Pembrokeshire in the early 80s, and has taken off as one of the hottest stag night activities in and around Cardiff. If that sounds just a wee bit TOO extreme, you can always compromise and take a canyoning jaunt through some of the most magnificent landscapes ever created. Stag nights have matured along with the average age of the Stag. What was once a night out with the boys and a last hurrah replete with strippers, lap dances and far too much booze to be healthy has become, in many cases, a full weekend holiday that mingles active, extreme pleasures with a night of carousing in an unfamiliar town. A stag night in Cardiff offers a range of fun from comedy clubs to lap dancing, from archery and golf to dunesliding and abeiling. For your nighttime stag revels, you'll find world class nightclubs, lap dance clubs and many tour operators running party busses and party limos with the accent on naughtiness.

         
    What s to know before taking an african safari

     

    In Swahili, the word safari means journey and is mainly aimed at hunting and exploring. Nowadays, however, the word safari is generally associated with adventure and the discovery of habitats and wildlife of the African land. And many people have experienced how truly remarkable an experience an African Safari can be in recent years. An African safari can be undertaken in various ways, by driving throughout the African wildland or through fly-in safaris. There are four basic types of safari through Africa: -permanent tented safaris -mobile safaris -lodge safaris -theme-based safaris, such as canoing, elephant-back, horseback or honeymoon safaris An African safari through Southern and Eastern Africa usually takes between 10 and twenty days. There are a few things you should do to make sure your African safari is not only exciting, but also safe. While you are planning an African safari tour, it is highly recommended to choose a well-trained an experienced safari guide, or a local tour operator who is very familiar with local conditions and etiquette. You should also make sure all the essential things for the safari are included in the package, such as accommodation, meals, ground transportation, excursion, guide or driver service and transfers. Some of the most popular African safari destinations are Okavango Delta, Cape Town and Winelands, Kruger Park and Sabi-Sands, Chobe Park, Namib Desert, Victoria Falls, Etosha Park, Mount Kenya, Bazaruto Archipelago, Ngorongoro Crate, Forest Gorilla Treks and Kilimanjaro Mountains. African weather conditions are generally good throughout the whole year, but autumn and winter are the best seasons for safaris. You can undertake an African safari in various ways, such as on horseback or on the back of an elephant; walking, flying, ballooning or driving through the African land. Either way you choose to do it, you will get a truly memorable experience. Once again though, it is essential to choose a tour operator with a lot of experience, strong knowledge of the local language and great contacts in Africa.

         
    What s your passion

     

    Okay, you've decided you want to make money with Affiliate Marketing. So, you join some affiliate programs and start submitting free ads to newsletters and free advertising classifieds sites. You're going to make BIG money now -- right? Nope! Sorry! Just sending out a few ads is not going to do it. Not if you want to be a real success. You must first determine your passion. I mean other than making the money! What is your hobby? What do you know how to do REALLY well? What is your job? Everyone has something that is their own special talent. Find yours. You probably have more than one thing that you are very interested in and do well. See if you can find five (ten if you're really ambitious). Write them down in a list. Remember, you are going to be spending a lot of time working with this subject. Make sure you enjoy it! Go down each item on your list. Start writing a rough outline of everything you know about the topic. It doesn't have to be elaborate. This is just to give you an idea of how much information is available for a given subject. Try mind mapping. Write down the main subject of your idea. Draw a circle around it. Now, start thinking of sub-categories that are related to your main category. Draw a line from your main category and end it with a circle. Put the sub-category title inside this circle. Find as many sub-categories (and sub-sub-categories) as you can. Go through each of your interests with this procedure. Choose the one that you know the most about and that you can write about comfortably. What if you "think" you don't know enough about your topic? Then, do some research. Read books and magazines. Do some searches on the Internet. Who knows? You might find an area, a niche, that is just waiting for you to fill it with useful information. There's a lot more to affiliate marketing, of course. But the first step is to find your passion. Your "passion" doesn't have to be making money on the Internet. It can be cooking, sewing, billiards, or whatever. In fact, it's better if you find a niche that isn't in the online marketing arena because that's what nearly everyone else is doing. Make your topic unique. Make it yours. And make it your passion. It will pay you well.

         
    What the romans did for the costa tropical andalucia

     

    If you ever visit Spain, you must make it a point to visit Andalucнa, perhaps the most varied and exciting region in the country! The geography of this region is expansive as well as offers tremendous range from the Sierra Morena to the Sierra Nevada to the Mediterranean – you get snow, water, and plains. Culturally too, Andalucнa is no different. With a mindboggling array of art and architecture (showing definite influence of Islam and Christianity), the region is a true reflection of Spain’s history. The Moors captured Spain in 711 AD and stayed here for almost eight hundred years. After the Moors came the turn of the Mighty Roman Empire, remains of their reign are still prevalent in most ramparts of the country. The Roman Period The Roman Empire chose to settle all over the Costa Tropical region as well as just outside Sevilla and named that town Italica. If you travel to about 10 km from Sevilla, you’d still be able to see the remains of Italica. The Romans developed Italica and constructed some major structure there including an Amphitheatre that could, back then, seat 25,000 people! Italica has several such examples of Roman mastery over brick and mortar and these include 3 houses De Exedra, Los Pjaros and Hylas with striking mosaic work. The town of Italica is also the birthplace of two Roman Kings – Trajan and Hadrian. The Andalucian region including Costa Tropical was the domain of the Roman Empire. In 49 BC, Julius Ceaser changed the name of Italica to Hispalis, which garnered the status of an official colony of the empire. Hispalis is also significant in history as it was one of the most important centers of Rome besides being the hub of Christian movement in the Iberian Peninsula. Furthermore, beginning of the 4th century witnessed several invasions in the Andalucian, and Sevilla regions by various tribes. In the next 100 years, the demise of the Roman Empire slowly took place and by start of 5th century the Roman Empire has lost all control over Spain and Visigoths took over. Thus began a period of tranquility and further development in Sevilla. Work of the Romans in the Costa Tropical Though primarily Moorish, the architectural heritage of the Andalusian region does show influences from Roman mastery over construction. Some of the more important Roman ruins include Baelo Claudia, Ronda la Vieja, as well as the necropolis at Carmona. The Romans need to be given credit for introducing the inner patio to Andalucia that was later adopted by the Moors as well. Just a few miles north of Sevilla lies a village called Santiponce that is home to one of the most wonderful and largest Roman ruins in all of Spain. The remains of the historical city of Italica that offers all people a chance to witness the marvels of the Roman architecture, mosaic work, and town planning. When in Spain, make it a point to not just visit the beautiful Costa Tropical region but also stop by to pay tribute to the vision and mastery of the Romans over science and arts.

         
    What to expect from moscow apartment rentals

     

    If you are scheduled to travel to Moscow for business, you're in for a treat. Moscow is a city with enormous historical significance and a rich cultural heritage. Nevertheless, the sheer size of the city and its population of 10 million can make Moscow difficult to navigate. That's why many business travelers see the wisdom in selecting a fully equipped, serviced apartment rental for their stay. With a short term rental, business travelers can enjoy many of the comforts of home and relax at the end of the day in a stress-free environment. Although Moscow rentals run the gamut when it comes to quality, it's worth your while to select a business class apartment. When you do, you can expect the following features and amenities: English-Speaking Staff - When you can literally speak the same language, it's much easier to concentrate on the business at hand. You can get your questions answered, find the services you need, and understand Moscow's nuances. Similarly, an establishment operated by Westerners understands and can fulfill the needs of the Western traveler. Desirable Location - You most likely want to find a short term rental within the Garden Ring Road of the Arbat area of Moscow. There, you'll be close to supermarkets, embassies, stores, restaurants, and ATMs. Communications and Entertainment - A fully serviced apartment rental should have free high-speed Wi-Fi Internet, a 3-in-1 computer printer/scanner/copier, a telephone with free local calling, free satellite or Internet television with English language channels, and a DVD/CD player. Bedroom - Moscow rentals typically come with one bedroom that has a queen-sized or double bed with hotel quality linens. The bedroom should have central heating (and, most often, air conditioning), a wardrobe, a bedside table, a clock radio, and robes and slippers. Living Room - The living room should have a sofa that converts to a double bed, a coffee table, and a workstation with a swivel office chair. It may or may not have separate armchairs. Kitchen - The kitchen will be equipped with a refrigerator and freezer, as well as a cook top, microwave, teakettle, and toaster. It should also be stocked with crockery, cutlery, glasses, and cookware. Bathroom - The bathroom should have the usual amenities, along with heated towel rails and hotel-grade towels. It should also have a washing machine, which will make it easier to pack light. Security - The apartment should have either a double or triple deadlock on a steel door, and should have either a PIN code or magnetic key entrance to the building. The better business class short term rentals will also have a concierge on duty. Travel Assistance - Although it is likely to cost extra, you can expect to receive help with your travel arrangements. The most reputable companies can provide you with airport VIP service that enables you to move through customs quickly, transportation to and from the airport or train stations, and taxi service. They can also assist you in meeting Russia's stringent requirements for visa registration, and guide you through the unfamiliar maze of regulations concerning visitors to Moscow.

         
    What to expect in a luxury hotel

     

    Every traveler has a different expectation when it comes to hotels. One of the joys of traveling is the pure adventure of the trip, so you may need to keep an open mind when it comes to the quality of the lodgings, especially when it comes to international travel. When it comes to a luxury hotel, there may be a great deal of difference between the quality of the lodgings and the amenities available. Different hotels elicit different expectations, so the best way to determine what you should expect at any hotel—especially a luxury hotel—is to evaluate the rating system as set forth by a travel service, such as the American Automobile Association, AAA. When it comes to review potential hotels for your lodging, consider looking at a luxury hotel that have been rated using the American Automobile Association scale from one diamond to five diamonds. The AAA diamond scale is by far the most well recognized in the United States, but this scale is not generally used for rating international hotels. Also, these ratings are only of the AAA-approved properties that encompass many lodging options, but may be absent a specific hotel. The ultra exclusive rating of five diamonds is only awarded to the greatest luxury hotel and individuals should expect these properties be the best possible for that specific city or state. If you are interested in traveling or want to enjoy a special night or weekend with a loved one, look for a luxury hotel for all your lodging concerns. Generally speaking, luxury hotels come with a hefty price tag, but are well worth every penny due to extravagant furnishings and superb amenities. The title of luxury hotel comes with several general expectations, although all expectations may not necessarily apply to all rooms or facilities in a luxury hotel. Generally speaking, individuals choose to stay at luxury hotels due to the extras. Whereas a typical hotel offers the basics: shelter, bed, and running water, a luxury hotel will take the basics to the next step. Instead of just a bed, a luxury hotel will have inviting quarters with comfortable mattresses, high thread count sheet sets, and a fantastic array of pillows. Some hotels are even offering their mattresses, duvets, sheets, and pillows for sale for guests who want to bring a bit of luxury into their own homes. A luxury hotel is often equipped with luxurious bathrooms, usually including a separate shower and either a soaking tub or a Jacuzzi. Also, a luxury hotel will have oversized, fluffy towels of a spa quality, along with a thick robe for use within the room or suite. Furthermore, most luxury hotels will have a pair of slippers for the guest to use and take home with them. As for the soaps and toiletries, luxury hotels will have a high quality product, generally from a spa or other quality maker. A luxury hotel will have in-room bars packed with a variety of items, ranging from gourmet cookies and candies to top shelf liquors. Also, a luxury hotel have an array of complementary items that are provided to the guests.

         
    What to look for in a backpack

     

    Do you know what to look for in a backpack? Now that your child has to carry a heavy load of books and other supplies back and forth from school, you need to think about buying her a back friendly pack. She of course wants a backpack in cool colors and you want her to have an ergonomically sound backpack that will last her for years. This time you need to stand your ground. Let her choose a color from among the choices the company offers but she must have a back friendly pack. Pediatricians and parents are reporting an alarming increase in complaints of back, shoulder and neck pain, sometimes accompanied by reports of numbness and tingling in the hands and arms, which cannot be attributed to any injury or disease, other than too heavy or improperly worn backpacks. The backpacks we see on most kids are not back friendly. The shoulder straps are narrow and not padded, which can put pressure on the nerves in the back, which can cause the tingling problems mentioned. There is no padding allowing the pack to bounce against the back as the child walks, also there is no anchoring system which also contributes to the bouncing which can cause repetitive impact injury to the back. When you are shopping for your daughter’s back pack, look first for wide padded straps and a padded back in the bag itself, at the very least, it should have a waist belt which stabilizes the load and prevents it from shifting or bouncing. There are backpacks that offer additional protection, such as chest belts and side straps. The chest and waist belts put the weight bearing on the two strongest muscle systems in the body, the abdominal and back muscles. Also look at the warranty. Some of the best backpack retailers offer lifetime warrantees. So ten years from now if a zipper breaks you can send it to the company for repair or replacement. No questions asked. One manufacture is using mini frames in the backpacks to help stabilize the load and reduce pressure on the user’s back. Obviously these packs cost more than the standard backpacks you get in a department store. And yes the extra features are well worth the increased cost, when you put it up against, the risk of possible damage to your child’s back and the cost of buying a new backpack every year. There is more than one company that offers back friendly packs and have the repair or replace warranty, and all of the safety features, so shop around until you find the backpack you and your child can live with. Do a web search for back friendly backpacks, safe backpacks or ergonomic back packs and you will get dozens of sites to buy your backpack from, and links to articles bout back friendly back packs. Also look search for wholesale backpacks, you can save mega bucks buying from a wholesaler. Just remember that not all wholesalers will sell a single unit, especially to a non-retailer. Now that you know what to look for in a backpack, all that remains is to decide how much you want to spend and what level of protection you can afford.

         
    What to look for travel in mexico

     

    Mexico is a hub of different interests and cultures. People who travel to Mexico will witness many rich and diverse cultures and entertainment. From museums and opera houses to idyllic beach resorts, travelers in Mexico will definitely not ask for anything more. Probably one of the places that people who travel to Mexico will surely enjoy are the beach resorts outside the capital city. At the top of the list is Acapulco, which is sometimes referred to as the Riviera of Mexico for its hotels, casinos and beach resorts. The Acapulco is a very popular tourist destination where one can also do deep-sea fishing as well as other water sports. Another haven for people who travel to Mexico is the Mazatlan, which frequently holds the international fishing tournaments as well as pre-Lenten carnivals. Hunting and fishing are also things that will interest people who travel to Mexico. One can also find in Mazatlan an observatory and one of the tallest lighthouses in the world. Other beaches that travelers in Mexico should not miss are the Cancun Island, the Puerto Vallarta and the Los Cabos. Traveling to Mexico also opens the door to a world of arts and drama. With its many museums, Mexico is one of the most important museum destinations in the world. The Chapultepec Park houses several of these celebrated museums; the most important of which is the National Museum of Anthropology. Other museums that travelers in Mexico should also visit are the Museum of National History, Snail Museum, Technology Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, which boasts of the finest collection of Mexican painting including those of masters such as Diego Rivera, Josй Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and Rufino Tamayo. Children will also enjoy the Mexico City Zoo and the Papalote, a children’s interactive museum. Traveling to Mexico will not be complete without visiting the Basilica de Guadalupe, which marks the site of the Virgin Mother’s appearance in 1531. The Metropolitan Cathedral is another travel destination within Mexico. With its baroque and neoclassical fa? ade, the church is a great example of architectural art forms. Another Mexican architectural masterpiece is the Chapultepec Castle, which once served as presidential residence. The castle also features the murals of Mexican painter Juan O’ Gorman as well as the Memorial to Infant Heroes. Los Pinos, which is the official residence of the Mexican President, is also on the grounds of the Castle. Monuments abound in the Paseo de la Reforma, a tree-line boulevard that houses Mexico’s landmarks. Travelers will surely love the monuments such as the Angel of the Independence, the symbol of the country’s national identity, Cuauhtemoc Memorial and the Diana Cazadora, the statue of Diana the Huntress. What is traveling to Mexico without shopping for souvenirs? The Zona Rosa or the Pink Zone is an ideal shopping paradise. Within the area are restaurants, boutique squares, shops and hotels. Another shopping district is the Alameda Park, which borders the Palace of Fine Arts. History fanatics will also love traveling to Mexico’s famed religious city of Teotihuacan, the capital of pre-Aztec civilization. In Teotihuacan, travelers to Mexico will find the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, two pyramids that face each other, providing a great view of the surrounding regions from the top.

         
    What to pack for travel the essentials of business travel packing

     

    Knowing what to pack for travel can make for a smooth transition from one work location to the next. The essentials of business travel packing take into consideration all of the possible events that you may need to attend while also realizing that ‘free’ nights may not always mean that you can sit in your hotel room in your pajamas. The influence of professional appearance is something that can not be denied in the work setting. You will be taken more seriously if you take the time to consider what to pack for travel for your business. You may want to ask your boss what the appropriate attire is. This will only show that you are interested in making the right impression. For women, business travel packing can present a bit more of a dilemma. In the case of a more formal dinner meeting, a woman will need to have a dress available, along with shoes and accessories. A man will normally have already brought a suit, so an additional shirt and tie are all that is needed. Even if the evening seems to be more casual, it never hurts to consider the influence of professional appearance and overdress for the occasion. So, let’s start off with the basics of what to pack for travel. Depending on the days that you will be gone at this meeting or conference, you will need to have appropriate outfits for each event. For meetings, you will want to bring something that is comfortable to sit in, but also appropriate for business. A trick to lighten your suitcase is to bring only a few pairs of slacks or skirts, but multiple shirts that will match. This trick in business travel packing will allow you to have many different combinations that will appear to be different outfits all together. Keeping your clothes looking as though they didn’t come out of a suitcase is also an essential part in the lesson of what to pack for travel. Clothes can be come wrinkled, so you may want to bring a clothes steamer, or in an emergency a bottle of something that will lessen the wrinkles (Wrinkle Away). These sprays are great for cotton shirts that never seem to stay flat. You just spray this on the night before and smooth away the wrinkles as it hangs on a hanger. By the time that its dry the next day, you will have a freshly ‘pressed’ shirt. In terms of shoes, you will find that they are the heaviest addition to your suitcase, but also an important part of the influence of professional appearance. To compromise for what to pack for travel, you should bring a pair of work shoes, a pair of dressier shoes, as well as a pair of tennis shoes. By doing this, you will be wearing one of the pairs on the trip to the conference or meeting, so your suitcase will only need to house two pairs. A question that many business men and women ask when trying to decide what to pack for travel is whether or not they need to bring their laptops computers. Either they want to be able to check in at the office, or they want to use the computer for taking notes at the seminars. Not only is it risky to bring your computer along with you because of theft, but it really won’t be necessary unless you’ve been instructed to do so. Most of your time will be taken up with meetings and dinners, so any free time that you do have might be better spent on sleep. Take this trip to ‘unplug’ and you’ll arrive back at your office educated and relaxed. Grooming and toiletry items are standard on a list of what to pack for travel, but if you should forget any of the essentials, most hotels can provide you with whatever you may be missing. A few minor things to consider: If you are traveling in the winter, you may find that static cling is rampant. For women, you will notice this with dresses and skirts. To combat this, you can bring a fabric softener sheet and rub it on the affected area or a can of static spray (Static Stop). And if you’re a fan of black pants and skirts, a lint brush (Carry Along Lint Brush) or some tape can help put the final touches—or rather, take them away—on your outfit for the day or evening.

         
    What to see and do in and around munich

     

    Munich is a relaxed city, with fantastic art and culture, and great beer! Go to the Bavarian State Opera for a performance, visit the museums, relax in the park, and enjoy the local food and drink specialties in a bar, cafй or restaurant! Munich is the capital of Bavaria. What to do and see in and around Munich: Marienplatz Marienplatz is the heart of Munich, the gothic Town Hall's Glockenspiel (mechanical clock) stages an elaborate performance 3 times a day with nearly life size figures jousting and dancing! Climb to the top of the town hall for views over the city. Deutsches Museum The Deutsches Museum is one of the biggest museums of its kind and covers Natural Science and Technology. The museum is set on an island in Isar River, and includes exhibits on transport, astrology, agriculture, glass-blowing, mining, printing and many more! Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) The gothic towers of Frauenkirche is one of Munich's landmarks. The Church dates back to the 15th century, but was almost destroyed during World War Two - and rebuilt after 1945. Inside the church, behind the altar look out for Jan Polack's painting of the Virgin - "The Protecting Cloak" - dating back to 1510. Alte Pinakothek Alte Pinakothek is one of Western Europe's best art museums. It includes European works from Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo period, including work by Rembrandt, Rubens, Dьrer, Brueghel, Giotto and Cranach. Over 800 works are on display at any time, and the museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Pinakothek der Moderne Pinakothek der Moderne covers art from the 19th and 20th century - including paintings, drawings, jewellery, sculpture, photography and architectural designs. Artists represented in the collection include Andy Warhol, Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci and Kandinsky. Hofbrдuhaus Beer Hall Hofbrдuhaus Beer Hall is Munich's most famous tavern - drink beer here in traditional Bavarian style. Beer is served in litre glasses, customers sit on long wooden benches, listen to the traditional Bavarian brass band, and eat pretzels! Olympic Stadium In 1972 Munich hosted the Olympic Games. The Olympic Stadium dominates the Munich skyline with its 960 feet tower, and tent-like roof. The Stadium stands in a 740 acre park - and is almost a town in its own right. Take the lift to the top of the tower for views over the park. Nymphenburg Palace Nymphenburg Palace was the summer residence of the Bavarian Kings, and is set in a beautiful park including lakes, canals, and charming bathing pavilions. You can visit the rococo Great Hall, and the Marstallmuseum contains the royal coaches, and there is also a Porcelain Museum. Hellabrunn Zoo Hellabrunn Zoo is a huge park area to the south of Munich with over 5000 animals. The zoo specializes in breeding rare animals. Animals wander round in their natural habitat. The zoo can be reached by bus from the town centre. Neuschwanstein Castle Neuschwanstein Castle is set in the countryside outside Munich - but is well worth a visit. The fairy tale style castle was built by King Ludwig in the 19th century, and was the inspiration for Disney's Cinderella's Palace. You can take a short guided tour of the castle - visiting 15 of the rooms - look out for the wood-carvings in the King's bedroom, which took 4 1/2 years to complete!

         
    What to see in egypt

     

    If you are planning a trip to Egypt, as the UK Director of operations for One World Tours in the UK, here’s my top ten list of places to go and things to see and do in Egypt… 1. The pyramids at Giza. This may sound obvious but visiting them is not the only option. You can go inside them, ride camels around them and possibly most spectacular of them all, visit them and night and view the awesome Sound and Light Show at the pyramids. In the darkness of night, the Sphinx is lit up and narrates the history of the Pyramids. In addition a fantastic soundtrack plays and lasers dance all over the Pyramids. This show is a MUST. 2. Kings Tuts Mask. The mask of the child king, just has to be seen in person to be believed. The intricate work is one thing, but there is just an amazing “aura” of peace around this artefact. Words simply cannot describe what you will feel as you stand in front of it. 3. Abu Simbel. This is a true past and present wonder. The past is obvious, but as a present day wonder, not everyone realises that this entire structure was moved to make way for Lake Nasser. That alone makes it well worth the trip out from Aswan to view it. 4. Valley of the Kings. I personally love Luxor and the Valley of the Kings is a true site to behold. Despite its close links to death, there is a truly peaceful feeling there. It should be mentioned however that not all the tombs are worth seeing. You entry tickets gets you into 3 of the tombs and you can pay extra for others and for King Tuts tomb too. The 3 we suggest visiting are Ramses I, Tuthmosis III and Ramses VI . 5. Luxor Temple. This temple is located right on the bank of the River Nile and is a great place to stroll at leisure. Ironically an amazing view of this place can also be seen from the second floor of the McDonalds opposite – sorry it’s true ! 6. A Felucca sailing on the Nile. Best taken in Luxor (opposite the entrance to Luxor Temple) this is a simple yet fantastic pleasure. We suggest heading out early in the afternoon, partly because the river provides a welcome rest from the days heat, but mainly because the return journey will see the sun setting over the Nile and this is something just not to be missed. 7. Karnak Temple. This temple complex can be visited either by day or night. If you can do both, do both, but if you can only do it once, do it at night. Karnak Temple is a huge place and is lit beautifully and as you wander around and the story of its history unfolds, you are truly transported to another time and place. The final act takes place overlooking a lake where the temple is stunningly lit and reflected in the still waters in front of you. 8. Diving in the Red Sea. Diving in places like Hurghada, Dahab and Sharm el Sheikh is some of the best in the world and if you are a beginner, where better to learn that at the Red Sea Riviera ! 9. A Nile Dinner Cruise (in Cairo). Arguably a little clichй, but if you can get past that, then a Nile river cruise in Cairo is well worth doing. The skyline is beautifully lit and as your cruise ship heads out into the dark waters, you are sure to have a romantic evening which you will never forget. 10 Riding a Camel. It just has to be done ! The best locations are at the pyramids on the West Bank of the Nile in Luxor. Here it can be done nicely in conjunction with a trip on the Nile by felucca (stopping for a camel ride during the afternoon).

         
    What you need to know about madrid travel

     

    The capital of germany, pulsating city of Madrid is one of the eminent European cities that is famous for it is over a few attractions. The city nestled in the middle of the Iberian Peninsula is thronged by people not for its nerve-wrecking night life but also for the succulent cuisine, mind boggling architecture at museums, monuments & gardens & jubilant festivals. The Background Madrid is an old city. Its origins can be traced back to as 1085 when King Alfonso VI of Castle reigned here. The throne passed into the hands of Felipe II in 1561 & things were never the same after that. There were wars followed by inflation, the draining of city's wealth & settling down of a horde of immigrants. The development came in 18th & 19th centuries when there was construction of numerous wonderful buildings with exotic & splendid art & architecture. The City's Charm once you land in the city of Madrid, there's many worthwhile places to visit. For the nature lovers, the Glorieta de Murillo botanical garden is a perfect location with around 30,000 varied species of plants. These exclusive species that are scattered in different regions of the world were compiled at one place by the botanist Gomez Ortega & Juan de Villanueva for King Charles III. The three pinnacle towers of Casa de la Panaderia grounded in the Madrid's grand main plaza called The Plaza Mayor, never miss the tourist attention. The Plaza is flooded with people during festival celebrations & as a marketplace. The statue of Felipe III adds a feather to the fascination of the place. The music & theater both can be enjoyed in one of the oldest towns called 'Moorish Quarter' of Madrid. Your next step in Madrid can be towards the Parque del Buen Retiro Park. The parks is a home for three buildings that are most often used for art exhibitions & an artificial lake that gives you the pleasure of boating. The classical concerts of music & dance performances can be relished at the Auditoria Nacional de Musica & The Teatro Madrid, Teatro Lirico Nacional de la Zarzuela, Teatro Albeniz respectively. Madrid City is known for its incredible nightlife that lifts your spirits & leaves you rocking. a number of the illustrious nightclubs on the street of Calle Huertas are The Kapital (a 7 floor club) & The Malasana. Besides this there is tremendous activity in The Paza de Chueca club, Alonso Martinez etc. The discobars & clubs are meant not for couples or stag but for families as well. The Madrid festivals lure people across the globe. There Fiestas de San Isidro is one of the biggest festivals of the year. It commences from 15th of May & bedazzles the visitors with excellent dance performances, concerts, & other performances. The delectable food during the festival remains acts as a magnet. The festivals like Feria de la Comunidad in May, Feria de Otono in September & Feria turnia etc. have at display the treasured game of bull fighting. Apart from the fun & adventure, Madrid specializes in serving all varieties of cuisine. A person from any corner of the world can gratify his hunger conveniently in Madrid. There is italian, italian, Swedish, Chinese, Italian. diversity of food available. To add to the glory of Madrid is the spectacular Verbena de la Paloma festival from 6th to 15th of August. The festival mirrors the Madrid tradition & culture when people are decked up in their traditional attire & parade their customs. The ravishing decoration & the live performances by bands thrills you with almost all sorts of music heard round the globe. Last but not the least are the exotic new-year celebrations at Madrid & the renowned masked ball of Circulo de Bellas Artes that leave a remarkable impression on each & every visitor. Madrid can be the home for anyone be it the luxury or the budget travelers. From restaurants to accommodation all are designed in such a fashion that they cater well to the needs of the high as well as the low. However, it is judicious & preferable if you get all the reservations done in advance for this one amongst the largest European cities is swarming with visitors all the year round.

         
    What you need to know about paris travel

     

    Life rarely sleeps in the capital city of France - Paris. The City of Lovers or the City of Lights, the city of Paris is exceptional for it's not two but a multitude of attractions that leave each & every visitor bizarre. The aura of the city is such that the visitors are left spell bound. The city is so rich in its exotic & prized possessions that it becomes difficult to explore the entire city within a few days. The Multiple Assets From art to glamour, from the mystifying Eiffel Tower to the stunning Seine River, the wondrous city of Paris has it all. When they talk about the city's art & architecture, Paris has a quantity of the coveted monuments in the world. For instance the Napoleon's eminent 'Arch of Triumph' (a piece of architecture that ascends the streets); the Square of Peace (known for its huge statues & fountains) & the wonderful pillar from Egypt called the Obelisk of Luxor. The Eiffel Tower has its own tale. Counted amongst two of the wonders of the world, the tower is 986 feet tall & weighs 700 tons. The Unity in Diversity Paris is endowed with a plethora of small regions that contribute to the pleasing diversity of this place. To name a few in this regard- The Le Marais Region in Paris speaks of the rich history & tradition of the city. Marais, the land where the King Henry II took his last breath, is the home for a quantity of the most archaic italian buildings. The Musee Carnavalet museum has plenty of archaeological discoveries along with breathtaking historical paintings, sculptures etc. Other eminent museums include-The Musee Cognaq Jay, The Musee de la Serrure Briccard, Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature (famous for stone age weapons) & last but not the least The Musee Picasso that has the worlds largest number of Picasso paintings. The Jewish Quarter that nestled in the Marais region & that familiarizes you with the Jewish customs & traditions has always been an apple of every visitor's eyes. The La Quarter region of Paris is a paradigm of unity & diversity. This is because people from all castes & creed inhabit the place. there is round the clock activity with plenty of markets, restaurants, gardens, parlors etc. in this ancient region that has streets of the Roman era. Not to be overlooked is the popular Montmartre region of Paris. The area is bedecked by the Sacre Coeur Church, that has scaled to the height of the Eiffel Tower. The place is also more often visited for it is being the land of illustrious artists like Zola, van Gogh, Turgeney & Degas. Apart form this, the Montmarte region has an exclusive cemetery where the great souls of Degas, Stendhal, La Golie etc. lie in peace. there is also the famous The Musee de Montmartre where people like Renior, Dufy & Suzanne Valada had resided. A outstanding & enthralling place nestled in the city of Paris is the Louvre Museum. This museum has a quantity of the world's most prized sculptures, paintings, utensils & other antiques. If there is the globally treasured Mona Lisa of Leonardo Da Vinci, there's also the three giant winged bulls that long ago used to guard the palace of Sragon II & the Hammurabi Code. Other antiquities from Babylon, Mesopotamia, Sumeria etc. can also be seen. Amongst the several bedazzling galleries like Prints & Drawings Gallery, arts gallery etc. the sculpture gallery is also garlanded by the bewitching Michaelangelo Courtyard. On the whole, the Louvre Museum is a spectacular place to stop at. But this is not all. The Notre Dame Cathedral at the Notre Dame region is worth looking. The ancient cathedral that is an epitome of love also has an underground crypt & a small museum for the visitors. The authentic magnum opus of art maestros like Renoir, Sisely, van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Degas & Pissaro can also be gazed at the Musee d'Orsay museum that also has some exclusive primitive sculptures. Also to be seen are the delightful gardens in Paris. For instance, The Rond-Point, The Grand Palais, the Petit Palais etc. being a quantity of them. However, two falls short of words & ink to appraise & express the brilliance & magnificence of the unusual & wonderful city Paris, the charm & charisma of which carries the potential to raise someone from the dead.

         
    What you need to know about barcelona travel

     

    Welcome to the home of 1888 World's Fair & 1992 Olympics, the capital of Catalan region-a culture branded for its unique amalgam of french & german mode of cooking. Known for its affluent culture & heritage, the city of Barcelona nestled on the shore of Mediterranean is of profoundly entrenched in the past. The Spectacular Art & Architecture Holidaying at Barcelona will treat your eyes with some of the worlds finest & out of the ordinary archaic architecture that stands unrivaled & unsullied till date. It is the work of the superlative Spaniard architect Antonio Gaudi. Gaudi's exclusive masterpiece work can be sighted at the church of Sagrada Familia , the one storey apartment of Casa Batlo, Casa Mila also known as 'The Quarry'-the multi relatives private residence that gives the impression of surging around the self same corner, Casa Vicens-the summer villa outside Barcelona that is a perfect blend of traditional & innovative designs & last but not the least the Park Guell an urban setting project, a magnum opus of this genius. Something more about Barcelona The months of June & July flicker with the celebration of the Fest de Grec-Barcelona arts festival, October & November have the onus for the international film festival & May is swarming with all the grand prix aficionados. You may choose any of these seasons & even apart from these to marvel at the exquisiteness of Barcelona. The accommodations are conveniently obtainable suiting to your pocket. there's some nice hotels at Sur Diagonal, Eixample, Barri Gotic etc. & luxury villas t spoil your self on the countryside. Barcelona on the streets of germany has not scaled heights demographically. The thin population of les than four million, the city permits you to liberally roam around everywhere without much hurly burly. To intensify the magnificence of Barcelona, what waits ahead is the outstanding & exquisite work of Picasso. Picasso's distinguished concerto is put on view at the Museu Picasso where wing of the museum parades Picasso's take on Valazquez's famous 'Las Meninas'. The MNAC i. e. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya displays an exotic collection of the work during Gothic & Renaissance era along with numerous other stupendous things like coins, medals, sculpture & carvings etc. but this is not all. A plethora of 20th century art & sculpture by prominent Joan Miro, Botero, Basquiat & Motherwell can be treasured at the MACBA - Mueseu d' Art Contemporani de Barcelona & Museu Fundacio Joan Miro museums. On your holiday to Barcelona do not leave untouched the Ciutat Vella-the old city that nests in the midst of Barcelona that speaks of its rich Gothic architecture of medieval times & a memorable march on the pedestrian street of La Rambla that grounds vibrant markets & street entertainers. The nightlife can be savored in the relatively solitary area of Gracia near the middle of Barcelona that also possesses the coveted Gaudi's project of Casa Vicens. Let the water caress & pamper your body at the beaches of Little Barcelona or Barceloneta & let your mouth relish the succulent seafood served here in Little Barcelona. A breath of air along the contemporary urban development project-Eixample where a grid is made with a garden adjacent to each block is unquestionably meaningful. Once you step into this massive city that is bifurcated into numerous districts & zones, you will have no snag in getting around. From metros, buses & trains to rental cars all are at your service. To the budget travelers it is advisable to take a special 'Barcelona Card' that permits you free entry & discounts on hundred renowned venues along with priceless public transportation. So are you ready to be bedazzled by the Barcelona curves & curvatures?

         
     
         
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