Archive | December, 2012
The Colosseum of Rome

What to do in Rome for New Year’s Eve 2012 and the coming days

If you pass through Rome in this period, here are a couple of ideas with the activities not to be missed! Firstly, enjoy dinner at beautiful restaurants during December 31 of 2012 and secondly take a run at Rome marathon, 10 km around the symbolic places of the city starting from the Avenue of the […]

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New Year Holidays

It’s cold and dark outside; let’s book a holiday

At this time of year, people start to look forward to what the New Year has to offer them. For many, it’s only the idea of a summer holiday that is booked and waiting for them in five or six months’ time that keeps them sane in the depths of the winter. Winter’s not so […]

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Faith at the Abyss

Bettmeralp in Switzerland | A ski resort without cars

Ski holidays are nice but now even there you find traffic! There are places that you can hardly reach PEO in the car and one of them is the location of Bettmeralp Aletsch glacier with its 104 km of ski slopes and 72 km of groomed trails for winter hiking and which can only be […]

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Olavinlinna Castle in Winter

The castle Olavinlinna and the Savonlinna Opera Festival in Finland

In Savonlinna, on Lake Saimaa is the castle of Olavinlinna which is perhaps the most famous of Finland. We are about 300 kilometers from Helsinki. Construction began in 1475 by the will of a Danish knight, Erik Axelsson Tott. For its appearance and its location it is very exciting. Savonlinna is still an important hub […]

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Christmas in Berlin

What to do in Berlin during Christmas and New Year’s Eve

This particular time of year you are getting ready for the Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Probably hunting for all the exclusive events and perhaps a small trip. An organized trip at the last minute is one of the best ways to say goodbye to the year that goes and welcome the year which comes. […]

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MuCEM Cerem

MuCEM and Cerem | New museums in Marseille, France

The city of Marseille in France can be considered as a European capital of culture as there you can find many culture attractions and the city is considered to follow the latest fashion trends. In this cultural city are being constructed two new museums. The first one is which is designed by Rudy Ricciotti is […]

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The venetian

What to do during Christmas in Las Vegas

What to do during Christmas in Las Vegas? Obviously Casino, musical performances and nightclubs aside, all rooms will be open 24 hours a day throughout the holiday season (including restaurants). Well, you can go to the factory. A factory, even though very particular because it is the Ethel M Chocolate Factory. The chocolate factory that […]

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Macau, Australia

Australian casino investments in Macau | Is it big business?

Australians are renowned for their gambling habits and have experienced first hand the revenue that can come from a successful gambling industry. It is not surprising then that the big players were keen to take advantage of the new business opportunities in Macau. According to statistics, international tourists who visit casinos spend around $4.9 billion […]

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Bugarach Peak

Mayan Prophecy 21.12.2012 | Research towards France and Turkey

The singular figure emerged from a survey conducted by Skyscanner, a flight search engine indicates that there was a 41% increase in searches for flights to the south of France and 30% to Turkey with departures before the fateful 21st of December. The research considered flights between the 14th and 20th of December compared with […]

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Prague in Easter

Traveling to the capital of the Czech Republic| Prague Easter markets

Easter in the Czech Republic is a time of great celebration, linked to the Christian tradition on the one hand and on the other the whole pagan celebration of spring. From the 8th  to the 30th of March in the two main squares in Prague Easter markets are set up between garlands of colored decorations […]

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