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Traveling Sicily with kids

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Traveling Sicily with kids

While many cities and destinations in Sicily are known for being places of fun nights out, there still lots of things to do if you are planning to enjoy a little more children-oriented holiday. Besides all the attractions that are listed below, you may also want to book one of Sicily’s beachfront holiday rentals online for your family vacation, a very convenient option when you are travelling with kids across the Island. That said, let’s take a look a this list of destinations perfect for your family holiday. The Madonie Adventure Park...

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5 Amazing Places For An Asian Vacation In 2014

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5 Amazing Places For An Asian Vacation In 2014

BURMA Burma or Myanmar is a culturally rich country with amazing landscapes of mountains, beaches and valleys dotted with fascinating ancient religious structures. For decades, it remained unexplored but with the lifting of the travel ban, it is now accessible to the world. It offers an excellent array of unspoilt natural and manmade features that range from glittering golden stupas to bountiful rice fields and from enigmatic ruined temples to breathtaking mountain paths. The major highlights of a luxury trip to Burma include the temples in...

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3 Alternative Wonders Of The World To See Before You Die

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3 Alternative Wonders Of The World To See Before You Die

PYRAMIDS IN EGYPT Egypt is a famous for its ancient civilizations and is the proud home to some of the world’s most famous sights and monuments. The pyramids of Egypt are some of the ancient monuments you are likely to see in Egypt. You may have seen the pyramid behind the dollar bill, in cartoons and in movies but nothing prepares you for their magnitude, size and mystery. The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest monument on the list of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world that is still standing. It is a marvel at human engineering and...

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Visiting Edinburgh?

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Visiting Edinburgh?

Make Sure You Leave Your Car At Home! There are hundreds, if not, thousands of reasons why you should visit the historical and cultural city of Edinburgh in Scotland. I remember visiting this city about a couple of years ago and thinking to myself that it was an interesting and friendly part of the United Kingdom to visit. There is certainly no shortage of things to see and do in Edinburgh, from walking along the famous Royal Mile to checking out the castle, and then there is the stunning scenery and fresh air to bask in. Image via Flickr...

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A Beginner’s Guide to New Zealand’s Bay of Islands

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A Beginner’s Guide to New Zealand’s Bay of Islands

Located at the far northern tip of New Zealand, the Bay of Islands remains one of New Zealand’s top holiday destinations, especially for lovers of sailing, fishing and spectacular coastal scenery. Islands of Wildlife Under Blue Skies The Bay includes 144 islands, located between Cape Brett and the Purerua Peninsula. There are also many charming small towns, including Opua and Paihia. The real appeal of the region, though, is its wildlife. Dolphins, whales and marlins can be found in great numbers beneath the waves, while sea birds, like...

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Ankor Wat & Sunrise – Pearl Of The Khmer Empire

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Ankor Wat & Sunrise – Pearl Of The Khmer Empire

There are few sights more amazing and beautiful that Angkor Wat and even if you don’t already know of it, you almost certainly have seen it in pictures or perhaps you recall the scenes of old temples in the Tomb Raider film? Ankor Wat Sunset Agent Davidov / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-SA This ancient city of temples was built almost 1,000 years ago by the Khmer and you simply cannot appreciate the size and the marvel of the thing until you see it. Getting Around Firstly, to get there you will need to travel to Siem Reap in Cambodia. The transport...

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Understanding Non Immigrant Visas to the US

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Understanding Non Immigrant Visas to the US

Non-immigrant visas allow a foreign national to visit, study or work for a certain time in the United States. The general rule is that foreigners who want to enter the U.S. temporarily need a visa, although there are exceptions. Who does not need a visa to visit the United States for a short period of time? For stays less than 90 days the citizens of any country covered under the Visa Waiver Program can enter the U.S. without a visa. People applying for ESTA (electronic system for travel authorization) need to electronically file an...

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Preparation Tips for Long-Term International Travel

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Preparation Tips for Long-Term International Travel

I have always had a passion for travel, and for the last several years, I have made my dream of long-term cavorting around the globe whenever I want come true, through the development of a freelance writing career. I can work anywhere there is an internet connection and I feel blessed every day. Traveling in this manner is very different than taking a 2-week trip. So, whether you are a student taking a gap year, in-between jobs and taking some time to see the world, or someone just like me, here are some helpful hints for preparing for your...

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Best Cities for Your Christmas 2013 Vacation

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Best Cities for Your Christmas 2013 Vacation

As that song goes, Christmas is truly the most wonderful time of the year. Everything glows with lights and anticipation and warmth and love. Though some Scrooges “bah-humbug” their way through the season, they cannot deny that places are most beautiful during the Christmas season. There is something so wonderful about the combination of chilly air, freezing snow, a cozy fireplace, and the sparkly Christmas lights. Just thinking about it makes you all warm and giddy inside. What are your plans for the holiday break? Are your dreaming of a...

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7 World Wonders

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7 World Wonders

The Seven Wonders of the World, which are sometimes known to as the “7 Ancient Wonders of the World” serve as a demonstration of the creativity, imagination and absolute hard-work that human beings are capable of. Even though there is a possibility of at least one of them not having existed at all, all of them continue to be cerebrated as the products of great skill and creativity of the early civilizations of the earth. They are as noted below: The Lighthouse of Alexandria, Pharos Island off Alexandria’s coast • Was created in c.247 BC. •...

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