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Dubai and the Thrilling, Electrifying Roller Coaster Experience in its Safari Deserts

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Are you planning on spending your holiday vacation somewhere hot but packed up with adventure? Do you want to see an ocean of golden desert sand while having great rides? Then Dubai is where you’re heading to. Dubai is one of the most famous cities frequently featured in movies, travel sites, and lifestyle magazines, yet still one of those most mysterious places to set your feet onto. Known for its conservative culture and strict regulations, Dubai is one of the leading cities and one of the fastest-growing in the world with low crime rates. Across Dubai, it’s virtually 0% crime ... Read More »

Best Gifts For Your Traveling Husband [infographic]

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I was browsing around on Amazon when I came across a few items all related to travelling, I was so excited about each and every one of these that I decided to round them up in a blog post and infographic that sum up the best gifts for your traveling man or husband. Continue reading below to discover how to make your husband happy before his next business trip. 1. Hanging Toiletry Bag The hanging cosmetics bag is something that every women needs, it’s rolled up and convenient to pack when you close it, yet it’s conveniently hangable and can ... Read More »

5 Reasons Why Spain Should Be your 2017 Holiday Destination

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A vacation in Spain should be in your bucket list for 2017! It is a country with something to offer for everyone. Regardless of your interests, there are many things to do in Spain that will definitely provide you with a memorable holiday. From world-class beaches to top-notch dining destinations, unique landscapes to amazing architecture, you will have endless reasons to visit this country. It is a Gastronomic Feast: Food – this is perhaps one of the best reasons why a Spain vacation is popular amongst many people. From authentic tapas to mouth-watering paellas, your appetite will surely be in ... Read More »

Top 5 Camping Spots In Arizona

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Arizona is a magnificent state to go camping. The climate is diverse, due to the varied elevation. The southern portion of the state is mostly desert and the northern half is filled with picturesque mountain ranges and deep canyons. Many choose Arizona for their camping adventure to see the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon. Its deep gorge of breathtaking colors, cut by water, reveal the earth’s sandstone layers. Others enjoy watching an authentic Indian Pow-Wow, skiing down a mountain, or just collecting some rocks from the desert floor. Arizona has all of that and more as a camping option. ... Read More »

Central Park Rickshaws tours

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Central Park is a famous recreational site that occupies 843 acres in New York City. Central Park Rickshaw Tours is the company mandated in ensuring everything runs smoothly so that you enjoy the spectacular sights and vivid personality of the central park. It is manned by highly qualified and delightful tour guides, therefore, they ensure that you and your family or friends enjoy their visit to the fullest. They are always vigilant about the visitors safety and comfort; their rickshaws are regularly maintained, and there are also detachable canopies for protection against adverse climate Central Park rickshaw tours have experienced ... Read More »

Brief History of Washington DC

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Like most of the American history, that of District of Columbia (DC) has strong ties with the confinement of our nation. In this case, politicians from north and south found the balance by placing a federal city amidst their seats of power. Potential cities such as Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore were rejected by the owners of southern plantations, these cities being way too industrialised urban centres. So they decided to build a new city right in the middle of the 13 colonies along the banks of the Potomac River. Maryland and Virginia donated land (Virginia recovered it in the nineteenth century). ... Read More »