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London’s most exclusive hotel rooms

London is the second most visited city in the world after Beijing so it is no surprise that there are so many five star hotels. Within these hotels lie some of the most exclusive suites in the world and for those not afraid to spend then some of these could be just a click away. […]

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Jerusalem street band.

Ben Yehuda street, Jerusalem, cold November evening. These guys played their music so emotional that people around couldn’t stay quietly and started to dance.

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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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Culture events in Slovenia in August

The London Symphony Orchestra feat. Valery Gergiev – classical music concert 19 Aug 2010 at 20:00 Cankarjev dom (cultural and congress centre) Jure Pukl Group (Slovenia) – jazz concert 20 Aug 2010 at 20:30 Gornji trg square 18 Jan Sever , piano (Slovenia) – classical concert 24 Aug 2010 at 20:30 Cerkev sv. Florijana / […]

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Palacio del Flamenco Barcelona

Palacio del Flamenco Barcelona located on Balmes, 139 near Diagonal metro station (L3 green line). We did order for this great show in our hotel, we paid 5€ in the hotel and 22€ in the entrance of theatre. The price includes the cost of 1 glass of sangria – national spain fruit wine plus and […]

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May in France

Spring, especially May, is my favorite season in a year. This is the time when it can be challenging to pack for travel to taste fine springtime weather and the blooming vitality of spring, to see beautiful and blooming the scenery and landscapes, besides that there are many festivals and activities around the world. The […]

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Valentine’s Day 2010 in Toronto

Going to spend Valentine Day in Toronto. There are many fun places you can choose to celebrate it with a fun such as Victorian Valentine Delights Feb 7, 2010 Guests can celebrate Valentine’s Day by creating and sampling Victorian sweets. Venue: Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) Location: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON, M5S2C6 What is Love? […]

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Gateway to Argentina

Going to visit Buenos Aires soon? Yes, it’s time to meet this vibrant city again, renowned for its marvelous art and culture, welcoming people, great food and wines, and lively nightlife. This complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata, has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries. […]

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Canada Travel

The fact is every year it takes less time to fly across the Atlantic and more time to drive to the office, the world has become smaller and smaller and we are pretty well traveled already but at the same time this world is so great and really boundless then no doubt there are so […]

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