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Gaming as a thrilling adventure

Once Sir Ernest Cassel who was a private banker to King Edward VII and one of the richest men of his time, said: “When I was young, people called me a gambler. As the scale of my operations increased I became known as a speculator. Now I am called a banker. But I have been […]

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Play and entertainment

Can you imagine a world without any entertainment? Sure that is not actually feasible at all. People love entertainment. We love anything that entertains us that gives us an enjoyment. That’s it. People need some entertainments in their lives and they do get it in different ways. Whether you surf the internet, watch a movie, […]

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Winnipeg Summer Entertainment

It doesn’t matter whether you live in Winnipeg or just visit this city as a traveler there’s something about this place that really makes you want to celebrate. Winnipeg is the heart of North America, the city of festivals, arts, dance, and music therefore you will not be bored there at all. Well, you can […]

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Ice City in Jerusalem

Ice and snow are big attractions in Israel. Opening Ice City with a lot of beautiful ice sculptors is real big fun for parents and kids. The exhibition will be open till end of April. You should take warm clothing but you also can take warm jackets on the entry.

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Music festivals Summer 2011

It’s great idea to plan your travel for visiting live music in the outdoors. The varied palette colors Music Festivals are expected us during this summer. So, it’s time to update your calendar and find festival lineups and 2011 festival tickets information online. Beverley Folk Festival Start Date: 17th June 2011 3 nights & 2 […]

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Spring Events in Budapest

Budapest is one of the curtular capitals of Europe not to mention that this is one of the moct beautiful cities in the world. Planning to visit Hungary dont forget to include in your travel plan such inportant cultural events as Museum Festival mid-May, 2011, when more than 100 museums from all over Hungary will […]

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Ljubljana August 2010

Ljubljaba – the capital of Slovenia – is a nice city but I can’t say it has something special you should see. Maybe old castle is most interested place there. You can up to old castle by funicular or by walking on steep slope of the mountain. Many people travel near the river. On one […]

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Slovene Day in Radovljica

Radovljica is a small town in 10 minutes by bus from Bled lake. We listened there Slovene folk music and admired on dunsing couples in national costumes. It’s fine to visit this old small town with its renaissance-style houses and beekeeping museum devoted to the Slovenian passion for bees and honey in the old royal […]

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The nudist race.

The nudist race took place this past Sunday and set a new record with 136 runners participating. The race is hosted on Barinatxe beach near Sopelana, in the Basque region, by the Basque Naturist Association (Euskal Naturista Elkartea).

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