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[5 Nov 2012 | No Comment | 1,138 views | by ]
Destination Los Angeles: City of luxury

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The city of Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of USA.  It is the most diversely populated city in USA. Also, it is the second most populated city in America. There are 80 connected neighborhoods and the city has a population of ten million citizens.
It is rightly called 72 suburbs making one city. Los Angeles consists of famous places such as:
1: Beverly Hills
2: Sunset Strip
3: Santa Monica Main Street
The traffic is bumper to bumper in Los Angeles and you need to have a plan. In this travel guide, we will …

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[5 Nov 2012 | One Comment | 818 views | by ]
Destination Amsterdam: The famous cafes

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The atmosphere of Amsterdam is very illicit. It has prostitutes and hookahs at every street corner. The climate is altering by the way. The city is shutting down its brothels. The coffee shops were ordered to choose between marijuana and alcohol.  Weed was the preferred option. But Holland will ban smoking in public places. This will affect trade and commerce. Amsterdam is the most tolerant and progressive city.
Not all is lost. The city has a thriving and rocking culture, which remains unmatched with all of Europe. The Dutch café serves …

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[2 Nov 2012 | No Comment | 1,846 views | by ]
Destination Asia: Japan vs China

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Japan has been labeled as the country of culinary delights. In comparison, Africa is the worst in terms of food. Japan was handpicked as the most warm and friendly country in Asia. On the other hand, China was the coldest country for tourists. It wasn’t friendly at all. Hong Kong was chosen as the shopper’s paradise for tourists. Chinese came close in terms of shopping.
A poll was conducted from some 3000 people, who had visited:
1: Hong Kong
2: Taiwan
3: China
4: Australia
5: Japan
Culinary delights
Japan has been on top of culinary delights on …

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[21 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 283 views | by ]
The Sultan Hotel in Singapore

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The Sultan Hotel is a luxurious hotel, which has an Arabic design and one room starts with 155 Singaporean dollars only. It means in American dollars, it is 130 dollars.
Let’s get down to business
It has occupied the historic ten shop houses, which have two stories. It has been made into a hotel with 64 rooms. The Sultan Hotel opened in last October and looks very charming to say the least. It is offbeat and quite a substitute for Singapore’s modern hotels. It has open air corridors and feels a bit …

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[13 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 910 views | by ]
Sweden: Destination Gothenburg City

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Gothenburg is an industrial city and it’s located on the west coast of Sweden. It has little glamour to offer as compared to rest of the Sweden. But, this city belongs to the working class people and has been a bee hive for creative arts, fashion houses and new bands. It is a city with vibrant beer bars and a happening art scene.
Gothenburg as we have mentioned is in Sweden. It is host to the Scandinavia’s best film festival namely:
1: Way out west
2: Summer burst
So, these days, Gothenburg is well …

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[13 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 241 views | by ]
Shop your ass off in Las Vegas

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There are a number of things, which come to mind, while thinking about Sin City. Las Vegas has:
1: World class casinos
2: High life hotels
3: Magic shows
4: Concerts
5: Swimming pools
6: Shopping malls
All the designer brands are available in Las Vegas city and there are budget deals on their products. Shopping in Las Vegas is truly a hell of a lifetime experience.
Caesar’s Palace
Shopping on Las Vegas Boulevard is a must and the surrounding boutiques are awesome as hell. One place to start is the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, which is located …

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[12 Oct 2012 | One Comment | 2,351 views | by ]
Destination Sweden: The Gothenburg City

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Shopping time in Gothenburg
Some distance away, the cool and hot boutiques await you, made in Sweden style. There is a big pedestrian street. Home furnishing store called Artilleriet is here. PAP is a local accessory brand at the courtyard in Grandpa.
Find denim and more denim at the Blue Jeans Company and you will come across denim necklaces made by hand.
Art attack
The Avenue in English, but in Swedish, it’s called Avenyn. It is Gothenburg’s art museum and busy all the time. The museum has a lot of Nordic art in it …

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[3 Oct 2012 | 2 Comments | 1,315 views | by ]
The city of Geneva, Switzerland

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If you are going to Geneva, then this article will give you a wanderer’s guide to the magnificent city, which is overtly and outrageously expensive. It is a remarkable holiday destination. This article is a veritable goldmine of information for those, who might be visiting the second most populous city of Switzerland. It is a helpful guide for people making their first visit.
The geography of Geneva
The city of Geneva is located in south east of Switzerland and has a border aligned with France. Also, it is within driving distance of …

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[28 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 215 views | by ]
Life in Switzerland: A paradise for the tired traveler

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If you think, that you want to earn an honest living in an economy, which is stable and rich, then Switzerland is the country you should be living in. Switzerland has the highest gross domestic product per capita. There are many factors to consider while working in Switzerland such as:
1: Taxation
2: Work permit
3: Social security
The Index of Economic Freedom states that people who reside and work in Switzerland are lucky to be working in one of the most competitive and capitalist economy of the world. Also, adding cherry to the …

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[28 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 384 views | by ]
Living in Switzerland II: The trams, automobiles and tour buses

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This article is a look into the cobra tram which runs in Switzerland.
The photo shows the white and blue cobra tram as it moves slowly and gradually not disturbing the peace and tranquility of Switzerland.
There are five passengers who have their iPhones out for staying in touch with their friends and relatives on Facebook and Twitter.
Some people are reading the cheaply printed and poorly written newspapers, which are present on the vacant seats of the tram. It is taken as litter in the tram.
The newspapers, it seems have no respect …

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