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Walking Tour Of Downtown San Jose – Costa Rica

Downtown San José usually does not make it to most tourists must-see spots in Costa Rica. Most people do not want to spend time visiting San José but you are really missing out on seeing a real viable part of Costa Rica. Sure it's congested and smoggy but a lot …

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Argentina: What to Know Before You Go!

When people visit Argentina, they are typically drawn to its capital city, Buenos Aires and its romantic gauchos, haunting tangos, rolling pampas, towering mountains and sparkling lakes. However, most people are not aware that because of Argentina's size, it offers the best of both worlds from the Antarctica-like glaciers in …

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Things to Do in Cuba

There have been remarkable changes in the private spaces of Cuba thereby allowing one to explore the hidden treasures of the country. For tourists, there are now fast growing resorts as well as renovated hotels all across the country. Its famous city – Havana brags an old town that features …

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Argentina Tourism

Argentina is located in South America and is a popular tourist destination. The official language of Argentina is Spanish. The main tourist attraction here is the capital city Buenos Aires, a center of culture and commerce. Is it one of the largest cosmopolitan cities in the world and a shoppers? …

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Mazatlan – The Pearl of the Pacific

MAZATLAN When speaking of beautiful beaches in Mexico, most people think Cancun or Acapulco. Neverheless, there is one particular place that people are often unaware of. And that is Mazatlan! This beauty created by Mother Nature is incomparable to any other place in the world. Mazatlan is filled with beautiful …

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Opera – Dario Argento

Italian horror master Argento's Opera is loosely based on The Phantom of the Opera. It's set in the 'Teatro Regio' in Parma, Italy, during the performance of Verdi's Macbeth. The opera is known to bring bad luck and the production of the film was indeed plagued by misfortunes, such as …

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Macau Travel – A Night at the Casino

Macau, or “Asia’s Las Vegas” as it is sometimes referred to, has gone from zero to hero during the last decade, outrunning its Nevada counterpart in terms of both volume and range of games, and while the former Portuguese colony has much more than just gambling, a Macau travel plan …

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An Amazon Adventure for Solo Travelers, An Alternative to Home Alone for the Holidays Part I

Looking out on the falling snow on a blustering 25 degree day, the Brazilian Rainforest seems a lifetime away although I just returned this week. My Amazon adventure was in the planning stages since the fall 2013 as an alternative to being “home alone” for the holidays. Attempting to replicate …

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Great Pizza Italy – Eight Top Pizzerias in an Ongoing Quest For the Best in Italy

If Italy is the birthplace of pizza, then Napoli is its crib. Pizza, as we know it today – a round flatbread topped with tomato sauce and cheese – was already a popular dish in Naples in 1889, when Raffaele Esposito, a local pizza maker, made one for Italy's Queen …

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Which is Better – To Give Or to Receive?

I turned over and Drew was already out of bed. He's an earlier riser than me, but I frowned expecting that we could linger a bit in bed on my birthday (July 12th) morning. Admittedly, he was taking the next four days off to celebrate with me and I knew …

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