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24 Hours in the Pink City – How to Spend One day in Jaipur

Jaipur, also known as the Pink City is a fine example of the royal grandiose that the state of Rajasthan, India, is known for. From opulent palaces to magnificent forts and temples, Jaipur is an architectural marvel. I landed in this city of glory and history on a tight schedule. So, here I am telling …

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Your Winter Guide to Fairbanks Alaska

It takes a special kind of intrepid traveler to go to Fairbanks, Alaska in winter. I never thought I had it in me. But if you wait until March, when temperatures start to get milder, Fairbanks’ winter starts to resemble more of the winter weather you might be used to. But then again, regular winter …

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10 Places to Visit on South Africa’s Cape Peninsula

Discover South Africa’s Cape Peninsula Cape Town is surrounded by spectacular landscapes. A drive down South Africa’s Cape Peninsula leads to craggy mountains, turquoise bays, and beaches populated by waddling penguins. Stop for a glass of Cabernet at South Africa’s oldest winery, or do some surfing in Muizenberg. At the end of the road, you’ll …

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10 Incredible Things to do in Cape Town

Best things to do in Cape Town, South Africa Cape Town is a visually stunning city. Hugged by the blue Atlantic, with Table Mountain for a backdrop, there are beautiful views wherever you go. But don’t spend too much time gazing at the scenery—Cape Town is a cultural hotspot, too, with world-class museums and historical …

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Things to do in Hobart

Top 14 Things to do in Hobart, Tasmania

Top Things to do in Hobart, Tasmania (Australia) Nearly half of all Tasmanians live in Hobart, Australia’s southernmost state capital. The city began as a penal colony for British convicts (stealing a watch in London could get you transported to the end of the earth in 1804) and has evolved into a major port town …

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What to do in Tbilisi, Georgia in 3 days

Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, offers a diverse scene of historical sights. Being part of many trade roads, including the Silk Road, Tbilisi developed into being a unique blend of European and Asian architecture. So, here’s your three-day itinerary of what to do in Tbilisi.  Abanotubani  Abanotubani is the central historical landmark of Tbilisi dominated …

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Explore Devonport: Gateway to Tasmania

Explore Devonport Tasmania (Australia) Devonport, on Tasmania’s north coast, is a popular arrival point for trekkers heading into the mountains and wild rivers of the island’s interior. Don’t be in a hurry to hit the road, though. There’s plenty to see around Devonport, and most of the area’s attractions can be easily explored on foot. …

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Rome: 7 Things to do in Piazza di Spagna

BEST THINGS TO DO IN PIAZZA DI SPAGNA All roads lead to Rome, goes the old saying; and all Roman streets lead to Piazza di Spagna, the city’s favorite meeting place. Shops and cafés surround the iconic Spanish Steps. There’s a museum dedicated to a Romantic poet, and a theater spotlighting satire, burlesque, and jazz. …

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Birling Gap Seven Sisters. Things to do in Eastbourne, England

How to Spend a Day in Eastbourne, England

How to Spend a Day in Eastbourne, England BESIDE THE SEASIDE IN EASTBOURNE The coast of Victorian England was studded with resort towns and pleasure piers. There were attractions designed to appeal to every class of vacationer, from bawdy music halls to refined tea rooms. Now, thanks to package tours and cheap flights to sunnier …

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