Tokyo, dazzling culture and passion
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Tokyo, dazzling culture and passion
Dec 28, 2015
The capital of Japan has a somewhat confused identity as both a hub of technology and a stronghold of tradition. This dual identity has resulted in it boasting a wealth of tourist attractions from our times and times past. At the heart of Tokyo is the Imperial Palace, the residence of the Emperor. Visitors have the opportunity to tour its gardens and observe its structures from afar. Previously the tallest building in Tokyo, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office, where visitors can save money by taking advantage of its free observation decks. The world's tallest tower and second…
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Why is Oxford a privileged place
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Why is Oxford a privileged place
Dec 27, 2015
www.smayloss.com watch youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx700JwWa1s Despite only being the UK's 52nd largest city, Oxford has long been one of its most famous, largely thanks to its world-leading university whose impact on the skyline lends it the name 'city of dreaming spires'. In this short guide we suggest the things to see and do while staying in this magical place. The Colleges of the University, Christ Church, is a popular choice, housed in a magnificent network of buildings that have been home to some of Oxford's most notable alumni, such as Prime Minister William…
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Vibrant and eclectic Montevideo
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Vibrant and eclectic Montevideo
Dec 26, 2015
www.smayloss.com watch youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx700JwWa1s America's southernmost capital city is a rich melting pot of history and culture and one of the crowning jewels of the continent to which it belongs. The Catedral Matriz entrance is free, the Uruguay's chief Roman Catholic church can trace its origins to the earliest days of Montevideo's history. The Palacio Legislativo, Uruguay's legislative building, is not only an awesome physical structure but jam-packed with cultural treasures. Tourists benefit from free tours, making this an unmissable day out while in the…
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What to to do in Rome at Christmas
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What to to do in Rome at Christmas
Dec 25, 2015
www.smayloss.com watch youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx700JwWa1s The city is quite alive and only a few places close on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day, but there is still plenty to do. The Christmas holiday season in Rome starts on December 8, which is the holiday of the Immaculate Conception and ends on January 6, the Epiphany (called the Befana in Italy). Most of the major sites and monuments that have entry tickets, including the Colosseum, Forum, and Borghese Gallery, are closed on Christmas Day. They will, however, all be open on the 26th, despite that day also being a…
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Unusual Christmas traditions
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Unusual Christmas traditions
Dec 24, 2015
Santa Claus takes on many different forms, and Christmas traditions vary greatly from country to country. Here is a list of 15 interesting ones. Maybe you can incorporate some of them in your home. 1. Serbia Here it's not tradition to give presents at Christmas, but on the Sundays before. Two Sundays before 25 December, the children tie up their mum. She then has to pay a ransom in the form of gifts to be freed. The following Sunday the same happens with dad. 2. Germany As a part of celebrations in Germany, Austria and some parts of Switzerland, St Nicholas is accompanied by a scary…
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10 reasons to visit Taipei
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10 reasons to visit Taipei
Dec 23, 2015
www.smayloss.com watch youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx700JwWa1s Taipei is the 15th most visited city in the world. In this short article, we give you 10 reasons so many people are choosing to visit Taiwan's city of lights - and why you should too. 1. Presidential Palace The exterior of the President's office building is in itself a striking example of the baroque style, but venture inside and you may also learn the history of the building and Taiwan itself with a free guided tour. 2. Longshan Temple Almost as old as Taipei itself, Longshan Temple is the most well-known…
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Budapest, gem of a city
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Budapest, gem of a city
Dec 21, 2015
There's more than one way to discover Budapest. Whether you are a first time visitor or not, there is always something new to see or do from taking a dip in one of the city's famous baths to savoring the local cuisine. The Chain Bridge was the first bridge to permanently connect Buda and Pest and was completed in 1849. At the time, it was considered to be one of the wonders of the world. The Labyrinth of Buda Castle is one of the 7 wonders of the underground world and adding to its allure and mystery. From the Elisabeth Bridge, hike up the sets of stairs and paths for a stunning panorama…
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You will love New Orleans
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You will love New Orleans
Dec 20, 2015
New Orleans is the city of jazz, Mardis Gras, and Cajuns cuisine. Located along the Mississippi River, it is the largest city in Louisiana and one of the largest inland ports in the United States. New Orleans is a true melting pot of cultures. The Vieux Carre or French Quarter of New Orleans, the old town center, extends along a crescent shaped bend on the Mississippi. French influence is particularly noticeable in the buildings, some of them between 100 and nearly 300 years old. Located in the French Quarter, Jackson Square is the main square in the old town. The whole area is very…
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Chase history, Gran Canaria
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Chase history, Gran Canaria
Dec 19, 2015
www.smayloss.com watch youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx700JwWa1s Christopher Columbus stopped off at Gran Canaria on his way to America. It must have taken an astonishing amount of willpower to leave this beautiful island behind. Gran Canaria is a Miniature Continent and its top sights are epic in scale and well worth visiting. Follow in Christopher Columbus's footsteps at Casa-Museo de Colon. This impressive palace is a must-see. The Cueva Pintada Museum is built around an archeological excavation site that dates back to pre-Hispanic times. There's an elevated walkway…
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Chile unexpected charms
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Chile unexpected charms
Dec 18, 2015
The beautiful Valparaiso, the "Jewel of the Pacific", is known for its earthquakes and as being one of the homes of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. It is recognized worldwide as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you love history, street art, and bohemian life, Valparaiso is a must. Valparaiso is one of the graffiti capitals of South America. When visiting any Chilean city that stands beside the sea you cannot miss out on visiting the traditional fishing caleta. Valparaiso has its own Caleta Portales, a fishing town where you can go to taste the delicious dishes prepared in the restaurants that…
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