Choosing to take a vacation in Morzine can be the experience of a lifetime. For keen mountain bikers, there are hundreds of paths to explore, plus easy access to routes around France and Switzerland. For the spouses and other family members, Morzine has a wealth of fantastic scenery, and close links to other areas in the French Alps that can offer skiing, shopping, or just sight-seeing. The main attraction, however, remains its popularity for mountain bikers, with some parts of the…Continue
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Mountain biking is a popular hobby and pastime which is enjoyed by many people, and in the alpine area of Les Gets it is possible to enjoy some of the most famous mountain biking tracks in the world. For the last 10 or 20 years the area around Les Gets and its sister town of Morzine has been a popular tourist destination for those who want to take their mountain biking to the next level. There are a number of reasons why MTB fans might choose to go to this region, including the welcoming…Continue
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Trip to Marseille is a great plan if you want some fun. Marseille is a pre-eminent and one of the oldest cities located in France and it was founded by Greeks in 600 BC. The city of Marseille is beautiful with a melting pot of culture and it has been considered as the France’s European Cultural Capital. A lot of travelers in this place mostly find the city’s…Continue
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Top of the world, Third pole, Peak XV, Chhomolongma, Sagarmatha, and Everest are the names of the first highest peak of the world. The trek to Everest Base Camp on the Nepal side is one of the most popular trekking routes in the Himalayas and is…Continue
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Except Gardaland and Mirabilandia (one on lake garda and the other near Rimini), in my opinions Italy doeasn't seem to have many thematic parks such as Disney, although a new one is just opening this month near Rome at Valmontone (about an hour away).
But people generally prefer to take kids to natural parks or didactic farms. I remember a few years ago when I went in the national park of Maiella in Abruzzo a group of the otters gave a real show in their river while we were behind a…Continue
Set sail in Weymouth
The 2012 Olympic sailing events are taking place in Weymouth, home to the best sailing waters in Northern Europe, according to the Royal Yachting Association. Visitors can take to the waves themselves with SailLaser, where classes range from beginners to race training. Who knows – enthusiastic sailors could be rivalling England’s Ben Ainslie in no time! For more information, visit …Continue
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Last year at this time, we had just returned from a wine-tasting river cruise from Amsterdam to Paris with Amawaterways. We had never been to Europe, never been on a river cruise and never made friends while traveling that we would actually keep as friends once we…Continue
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Autumn has slowly but clearly arrived in Rome and so have the stalls of the Saturday and Sunday flea markets that dot the city when the heat is not unbearable.
We can’t list them all. They’re too many. Some of them are really out of the way unless you have a car and know Rome as the palm…Continue
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The best way to see Italy and Europe for that matter is with your own set of wheels. I was once told by our friend Vicenzo in his deepest Italian accent speaking perfectly broken English, "Italians like the curve on their roads and their women" and from the voluptuous Sophia Loren to the hair pin…Continue
With tourism a very important part of the economy, the United Kingdom has worked diligently for decades to make sustainability and green tourism a mainstream concept – and it is working!
According to Green Business UK Ltd.,"demand has grown for simple labels that allow consumers to make purchasing decisions based on environmental and ethical grounds as consumers become…
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LOOKING AND SEEING AT DEPTFORD MARKET
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What you see isn`t always want you get. There are heaps going on beneath the surface in London`s ancient markets; but if you don`t look, you won`t see.
Deptford market is a shabby…Continue
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Sri Lanka is an island nation located off of the southeast coast of India. Sri Lanka is a Democratic Socialist Republic that achieved independence from the British on February 4, 1948. Sri Lanka is home to a variety of ethnicities and religions. Historically, Sri Lanka is famous for its export of cinnamon, tea and rubber. In recent years, Sri Lanka's most dynamic economic sectors have been tourism, textiles and apparel, food and beverages, telecommunications, insurance…Continue
The hotel Etoile Trocadero is a really pretty 3 star hotel located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. This is an amazing area, very quiet (maybe too quiet?) and yet, the prices of the hotel are affordable! This hotel is…Continue
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How cute is this pillow? Before you look at the price, keep in mind it's entirely hand embroidered. The light cotton cover buttons off for cleaning and it's accented with black velvet piping. Other countries--America, Ireland, Italy--and all sorts of popular…Continue
You've seen them in photos and paintings: those shimmering fields full of glorious red poppies in Provence. (They're so gorgeous they actually stop traffic; people see them, pull over and spring from their cars, cameras and sketchbooks in hand.) Well here's your chance to…Continue
Added by Julie Mautner on March 15, 2011 at 13:30 — No Comments
The British Times has recently ranked Croatia as one of the 10 world destinations to get away from your everyday life in style in the upcoming decade.
Croatia is joined by London, Paris, Berlin, Sicily, Greece, Switzerland, New York, Canada, Cuba, Turkey, Morocco, Syria, the Dominican Republic, Zanzibar, Sri lanka, India, Puerto Rico, Lebanon, Peru, Abu dabi, Cambodia and Fiji. Describing Croatia, author Susan d’Arcy says the Adriatic islands have become unbelievably trendy and…Continue
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