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9 tourist destinations perfect for this fall

Pleasure travel should not change depending on the season, destinations, however, may be different. Specialists independent search engine for travel to momondo.ro have made a list of recommendations for those who want to relax a few days in Europe during this period, and to enjoy [...] read more »

Most beautiful cities in Portugal

most beautiful cities in Portugal. Portugal is a beautiful country with hospitable people, lovely music and delicious food. A paradise for tourists should not limit their visit to the capital Lisbon, because other cities are available and they will remain in the soul. List of cities in Portugal Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is [] read more »

Cheap guide to visit Venice, enigmatic city of ...

Most people who visited Venice say they want to return. Irresistible attraction can be resolved relatively quickly and cheaply nowadays: the time of booking a flight to Italy, spending prioritized and wrapped luggage. It would be better to avoid holiday period July-August for a trip to Venice, and February, when the famous carnival takes place locally. And expensive are the busiest times of the year. Tourists complain about the unbearable smell of water in summer. May-June and September-October are reaso... read more »

The hottest city break ideas, 9 destinations cl...

Venice With stunning architecture, great museums and a vast network of canals fascinating, Venice manages to enchant visitors for hundreds of years.Since 1979, UNESCO included the entire city (and lagoon) World Heritage List.In summer, the number of tourists can be quite tiring, but charming atmosphere of the city detract from this.Although he managed to retain the air of another time, Venice is an old city with a vibrant contemporary scene. Heres 8 reasons why Lubeck should be your next European city br... read more »

Seven wonders of the world, less known to tourists

We all know about attractions such as the Colosseum, the Great Wall and the Taj Mahal.But in the world there are other grandiose objectives that have never heard about the most passionate travelers in the world.And they are worthy of our attention. Seven Wonders of the World (film) Seven Wonders of the World is a 1956 film in Cinerama about the Wonders of the World. List of American films of 1956 All Time Domestic Champs, Variety Great Mosque in Mali Djen Djen Mosque is the largest building in the world... read more »

Popular cities of the world: metropolis that dr...

Experts from Euromonitor published this year among the most visited cities in the world. For the sixth consecutive year, a metropolis of Asia took first place in the top, attracting over 27 million visitors in 2014. The 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World Condé Nast Traveler Jan 8, 2016 Heres a general rule to abide by in Venice: If you dont get lost, youre not doing it right. Even visitors with a GPS-like sense of direction will  The most visited city in the world was in 2014 throughout the city Hon... read more »

Top Four Relaxing Activities for Visitors to So...

‘Picture Perfect!’ That’s what anyone who’s been to the idyllic Sorrento Coast has to say about this popular Italian destination. Located in Southern Italy, this seaside resort is dotted with rolling green hills bursting with the fragrance of flowers and lemons, cobbled pathways and breath-taking views of Mount Vesuvius and the bay of Naples. Small wonder, it was the preferred destination for famous stalwarts such as Dickens, Shelley, Goethe and Nietzsche. Easily accessible by both public and private tra... read more »

Secret language of stewardesses

Attendants and flight attendants have a language secret, ie a series of phrases they use to describe situations that arise in their field. A busy schedule, last minute flights received, incidents with passengers many of these situations stewardesses have a secret language so as to remain discrete even when deplore incidents, writes Business Insider . [] read more »

Plot That pushed Michelangelo to paint the Sist...

Arrived at 33, Michelangelo Buonarroti painted before a single painting. Pope Julius II assumes the risk and entrusts the chapel ceiling. In 1506, after it found the state of degradation of the frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, painted twenty years before Julius II is considering ordering new ones. But Papa, megalomaniac by nature, is [] read more »

“Pepin Goes to Rome” by John Doherty

Historical Novel for Young Readers Travels Back to Ancient Rome in "Pepin Goes to Rome" by John Doherty read more »

Roads of Rome released on Google Play

Roads of Rome is a well-known resource-management title from Realore. Now it comes to Google Play. Prior to its release on Android it was a casual game hit on every major platform including PC, Mac, iPad and iPhone. In Roads of Rome players are assigned with a mission to develop a network of roads on the frontiers of the Roman Empire. read more »

Video: Kcee Feat. D’Banj – Emmah

Watch your super stars in the new video titled Emmah. Kcee teams up with the Koko master DBanj, download and watch the video below. Download EMMAH here read more »

The Annals of Imperial Rome, by Tacitus, Reviewed.

There have been many translations of this classic; the one I read was the Penguin Classics edition, translated by Michael Grant. I came across the book, which I’d heard of but not previously read, whilst perusing the shelves of a wonderful little bookshop on the island of Santorini. (You’ll find Atlantis Books in Oia, should you ever visit the island). Hardly typical holiday reading, I nevertheless read most of the book whilst lounging beside the pool on a comfortable sunbed under a hot sun. It’s gener... read more »

It Pays to use a Travel Agent

The general belief or myth is that is costs more to use a travel agent when booking your vacation. That is simply not true. Actually, the opposite can be true after you see what kind of special deals an agent... read more »

Rome, Italy- The Eternal City-One day is a very...

Rome Italy-The Eternal City One day is a very short time in Rome. The Vatican City in Rome is an amazing day trip. One can easily spend a day here. Whether it is a spiritual journey or historical the Vatican is an amazing place to visit. There is so much to see in Rome that one day will never be enough. You may have to return to Rome on another visit. Street markets, fountains, the Spanish steps are just a few of the remarkable things to see and enjoy in the beautiful city of Rome. Ancient Ro... read more »

Catholic Church's Top Exorcist Claims He Rid Wo...

(Photo: Screen Grab via Youtube/caballeroperegrino)The Catholic Church's top exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth Leonardo Blair The Christian Post The Catholic Church's top exorcist, who claims to have sent 160,000 demons back to hell, says he wants Pope Francis to allow all priests to start performing the ritual to deal with a rising demand for exorcisms from the faithful.Father Gabriele Amorth, 88, who also heads the International Association of Exorcists, told The Sunday Times that he will ask Pope Fra... read more »

Rome in photos

A summary of my week in Rome in pictures: DAY 1: Clockwise from top left: a photo of the Fontana di Trevi (Trevi fountain), The spanish steps (at the top of which our hotel was situated), the view from our hotel room window, the interior of a Dolce and Gabbana store, what was in my bag (camera, phone, key card, mints, and the wonderful book titled 'The Book Thief'), then me in front of the Fontana di Trevi, wearing a HM blouse, second hand dress and Topshop coat, then a picture of a pretty pink Roman h... read more »

Celebrating the Chinese New Year in Rome

The year 2013 marks the 15th anniversary since the city of Rome was twinned with the city of Beijing. I have to say, the twinning of many if not most global cities almost always completely confuses me for instance, what is the logic between the pairing of Santiago, Chile with Paris France, and Vienna, [...] read more »

Luxurious Things To Do in Rome

1. Take apéritivo at Gilda The prices can be a little steep here, but it’s worth it for the taste of Italian nightlife you get. Downtown and with a disco feel, this hip hangout caters to 20- and 30-somethings. Soccer players, models and celebrities of all kinds like to let their hair down here at [...] read more »

Priorities and A Yielded Life

Hello Dear Christian Readers and Friends. It has been only one weekend since Thanksgiving Day and I am hoping you all had a great day celebrating the goodness of God with your family and friends. I sure did. Even on my worst day, I have so much to be thankful for! I realized at 1:30 [...] read more »

Buon Appetito! – Food in Italy

Ah, yes. Italian food. The smell of good olive oil and fresh oregano fills the air. Forks are spun and giant knots of spaghetti brought up to hungry mouths. Delicious red wine follows everything. From the checkered tablecloth to the lone candle burning, just mentioning Italian food gets the imagination – and the appetite – [...] read more »

GELATO VS. ICE CREAM

Gelato is the Italian name for Ice Cream but it has some differences which makes one distinct from the other. GELATO: NIKON D90 AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-200mm ISO 800 40 mm 0EV f/6.3 1/160 CONE: NIKON D90 AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-200mm ISO 800 35 mm 0EV f/6.3 1/160 GELATO IN CONE: NIKON D90 AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor 18-200mm ISO 800 70 mm 0EV f/8 1/640 I had the joy of experiencing the Gelato in Rome. As they say, "When in Rome, do as the Romans do!" You can get a gelato from a mobile ice cream v... read more »

Thoughts on Traveling.

I recently spoke with my best friend, Lady Red on taking a red eye road trip to Laughlin, Nevada. Why? Well you take a bus overnight and wake up to a great resort on the river. You can gamble, eat, and enjoy free drinks. Yes, free drinks. I am not much of a gambling person, [...] read more »

Lifestyle

I came home at around eight in the morning Tuesday after work. We have new work schedule every week. You get lucky if you get the most convenient work schedule for you. I have the earliest work schedule this week same with my team mates. There are advantages and disadvantages with the earlier work shift. The advantages, I do not have to bring my umbrella or my sun block lotion to protect me from scorching sunlight. It is cooler when I come home. To name few disadvantages- having to fight traffic jams on ... read more »




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