Top 5 Tourist Mistakes in Vienna

Vienna is the ultimate place for you to visit, either in terms of history, cultural heritage, art or deliciously sinful pastries, not to mention the great classical composers. The most impressive thing about Vienna is that it stands out as a “new old city”, meaning that it is a city in transition from an older “picture city to being a global city. Continue reading “Top 5 Tourist Mistakes in Vienna” »

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Discovering the IT Hub of India with a Luxurious Stay at ITC Gardenia Bangalore

Bangalore, fondly known as the Garden City, is among the top metropolitans of the country. It is also considered as the Information Technology (IT) hub of India with several software companies headquartered here. Hence, apart from leisure travellers, the city receives a number of business tourists on a daily basis. Its pleasant climate is a major reason for it being a popular destination among tourists. Continue reading “Discovering the IT Hub of India with a Luxurious Stay at ITC Gardenia Bangalore” »

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Mesa Verde National Park

Regarded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park is situated in Montezuma province of Colorado. Mesa Verde is the Spanish word that when translated into English means ‘green table’ due to its forests of juniper and pinon trees. The main unique feature of this 81.4-square-mile park is its array of ruins of homes and villages that were built by the ancient Pueblo folks called the Anasazi. The park, today, preserves more than 4,000 archeological sites including 600 cliff dwellings, which are among the most remarkable in the United States. Continue reading “Mesa Verde National Park” »

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Let’s Plan for a Holiday in Bali

Bali is a world-wide famous city for its pristine beauty and temples. Not only will the adults love coming for a vacation here, but even the kids will enjoy too. Miles of sandy beaches great for surfing, scenic rice terraces, soaring active volcanoes, untouched crater lakes, sacred caves, 20,000 temples and palaces, and tropical forests packed with exotic wildlife – all never fail to allure you. Continue reading “Let’s Plan for a Holiday in Bali” »

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Royal Ontario Museum: Taking a Tour

Nestled in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; the Royal Ontario museum is recognized as the largest museum of global culture and history in the nation. Situated at the corner of Bloor Street and Avenue Road and commonly known as the ROM, it is the fifth largest museum in North America offering six million items and 40 galleries. The Royal Ontario museum is also the home of the largest display of fossils and over 150,000 samples. The museum is really famous for its displays of dinosaurs, African art, and European and Canadian histories. Continue reading “Royal Ontario Museum: Taking a Tour” »

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St. Louis Zoo, Missouri: Top 7 highlights

Nothing can be as appealing as the St. Louis zoo in the nation, which is also the leading one in the fields of research, management, conservation, and information. Nestled in the Forest Park, this zoo is the best one in the country as per the Zagat as well as Parenting Magazine. This proud zoo not only outclass the art of making the guests come face-to-face with animals, but also excels in making creative, but original-looking habitats that make up for the animal exhibits. And the best part is that all this requires a free entry. Surprising, right? However, some of the highlights are charged. Continue reading “St. Louis Zoo, Missouri: Top 7 highlights” »

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Places of interest in New Mexico

It is only a 3 -4 hr. trip but the trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico from Chaparral, New Mexico which is a small community just north of El Paso, Texas can find many interesting stops. There are two primary ways that to travel to Albuquerque from the El Paso area. One is up on I-25 through Las Cruces, T or C, Socorro and on into Albuquerque; and the other is on US 54 to Corona and then on state roads 42 and 41 through Willard and Moriarity and then on I-40 through the Tijeras Canyon. The more direct route is on I-25 but the US 54 trip is more scenic. Continue reading “Places of interest in New Mexico” »

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Beaches in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland

Framed by cerulean blue waters and virgin white sands, Scotland’s offshore Bahamian paradise draws many a comparison with the archipelagos of the Caribbean, only, the Outer Hebrides are congregated 4,200 miles in the opposite direction. Situated off the dramatic North Western shore of mainland Scotland, the Outer Hebrides (or Western Isles) are an oft forgotten extension of ancient Caledonia, despite being conveniently accessible via the time-served Oban ferry and Loganair Airlines. Of the 200-strong island archipelago, a mere thirteen are inhabited, lending credence to the Hebridian nickname – the “Edge of Europe”. Sparsely populated and almost lunar in parts, a getaway to the Outer Hebrides beaches really is an other worldly experience. Continue reading “Beaches in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland” »

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Mexico City – a mixture of both the old and new world

Mexico City is truly one of the most amazing cities in the world with a mixture of both the old and new world. From the moment your plane starts to descend into this vast city with millions of inhabitants, historical locations, and wonderful scenery you know that your trip will be quite an adventure. Continue reading “Mexico City – a mixture of both the old and new world” »

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Things to do in Athens, Greece – A Unique Holiday

Combine modern and ancient Athens together for a unique holiday. Take in the classic sights whilst you experience some of the contemporary delights this cosmopolitan city has to offer. Continue reading “Things to do in Athens, Greece – A Unique Holiday” »

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