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London’s Canals

Originally posted on London By Linda®:
The only London museum related to inland waterways, London Canal Museum explores not only how canals came to be built but also teaches about the lives of the workers, the cargoes, horses and how canals work. Situated at King’s Cross, this unique waterways museum is housed in a former ice warehouse built… Continue reading

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Mambukal Resort

Originally posted on Exploring my own backyard:
Mambukal Resort is a government run mountain resort in the Philippines. Mambukal, located at the foot of Mount Kanlaon, is situated in a 24 hectare area. There are plenty of onsite activities, such as swimming and dipping pools, a climbing wall, zip line, canopy walk, butterfly garden, boating… Continue reading

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Bali Tour Packages | Bali Holiday Packages from Kerala | Fortune Tours

Originally posted on Fortune Tours:
Your first time in Bali can be smooth and memorable, you only need to know where to start.  It is true that Bali is the place where surfer’s and beach lovers ‘paradise’. Natural beauty awaits you all around the island, from down at the coastlines to up in its green… Continue reading

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Indian Dance Festival, Mahabalipuram

Originally posted on Bong Yatrir Diary :
In the premises of the famous Shore Temple, in the backdrop of rolling waves of the sea, Mahabalipuram is hosting a month long Indian Dance Festival. We thoroughly enjoyed the Bharatnatyam performance by beautiful youngsters from a local performing art group, during our last trip to Mahabalipuram. Beautiful ladies… Continue reading

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In Waterbury, a sip of Conn.

Originally posted on Architecture Here and There:
Statehouse of Connecticut in Hartford. (Connecticut Architecture) Next Wednesday I’ll be visiting Waterbury, Conn., for the first time in a great many years, and even then I did not visit but passed through. For a New Englander (by choice, not by birth) I have relatively little experience of… Continue reading

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Viva la Louvre.

Originally posted on J. Journeys:
Waking up in Marais was a trip, the small window by my bed opened out to views of Notre Dame and the Tour Eifel in the distance. Today was the day I visited the Louvre. A half hour speed-walk on that chilly Monday morning had me flushed and guilty. I… Continue reading

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Buda-ful

Originally posted on StreetStyleWalker:
Budapest- my new favourite city! Offering stunning architecture, cobbled streets, breath-taking views and quirky nightlife, this city really is a hidden European gem. I have been wanting to visit the Hungarian capital for the past couple of years, and with its appeal rising year on year, I thought it would be… Continue reading

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Exploring Olde Mystic Village

Originally posted on Tickets For Four:
Exploring Olde Mystic Village is one of my favorite thing to do in Mystic and is a must do when visiting Mystic,CT. Olde Mystic Village is located right next door to the Mystic Aquarium. It is a little village filled with all sorts of shops, restaurants, and even a… Continue reading

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Berlin, Germany

Originally posted on I Am A Writing Monkey:
Backpacking through Europe has been such a beautiful journey, I still can’t believe that I was able to see so many things and meet so many incredible people. Because I was trying to experience as much as possible in my short time in each country, I unfortunately… Continue reading

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Fire Island Lighthouse

Originally posted on The Humble Fabulist:
130 steps and a narrow staircase. Fortunately, there are several landings in-between, where we can pretend we stopped to check the view, catch our breaths and continue climbing. We can also learn some fun facts about the lighthouse. Step 26, first window landing, all’s well. We read: The lighthouse… Continue reading

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