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City of Tubingen
Tubingen, the little big university town. Situated in the central Baden-Wuttenberg area of Germany with 30% of the inhabitants are students.
Small steps, narrow alleys and pointed gables shape the silhouette of old Tubingen all the way to its...
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Athens - Part 1
Athens is the capital of Greece and lies at the heart of the ancient region of Attica. Flights from London take around three and a half hours ahead of GMT. Currency is the Euro and the language, Greek, English is widely spoken, through a few words of...
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Dominica – Part 2
If you plan to walk this trail in Dominica then you will need the right shoes for the adventure. There are many different makes but you should be looking for a multi-activity shoe that will suit the terrain. It needs to be both lightweight while o¬ff...
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CYPRUS city of PAFOS part 7
it is linked to the very origins of monasticism in Cyprus. According to tradition, the monastery was founded around 300 AD by Agios Nicolas and Agios Eftychios, as a place of prayer and contemplation. A sacred relic which had been given to Agios Nico...
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Dominica – Part 1
Ask most people what to expect in the Caribbean and they will often say white sands, cocktails and glorious sunshine. However while the Caribbean is justly famed for its postcard attractions, travellers to the region can discover a wild world of adve...
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Japan on a budget - Part 5
If you put transport aside then accommodation is likely to be the thing that will put the biggest dent in your budget. It is unfortunate but the concept of last minute deals has nev...
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Japan on a budget - Part 4
There is lots to see for free and a first step should to look for the famous temples of Kyoto, such as the golden Kinkakuji, the imposing hilltop Kiyomizu-dera, the serene Ryoanji. Th...
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Japan on a budget - Part 2
Sleek, punctual and dazzlingly fast, the shinkansen bullet train has become a symbol of Japan’s post war recovery, and it’s still the most convenient way to travel long distances. The J...
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Japan on a budget - Part 1
You might think that to experience Japan will mean that you need to spend a small fortune.
However with transport deals free sights and a bit of extra knowledge it can be quite affordable
A good tip is to get a prepaid ...
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Oman: An overview - Part 2
Heading out of the city, Oman has a vast coastline that stretches for over 3, 000km with a combination of tropical bays, golden sands and towering cliffs that sink into the sea.
It’s also one of the best places to experience one of th...
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Oman: An overview - Part 1
Visit traditional Arabia: a land of mighty mountains, marvellous marine life and a welcoming way of life that hasn’t changed for generations.
While much of the Middle East seems to have a voracious thirst for the ultra-modern, the Sul...
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Trieste, Italy: Having a short break – Part 3
Day Two: COFFEE and CULTURE
If you’ve drunk Illy coffee, then you’ve tasted Trieste. The firm has its global HQ south of the city, shipping in green beans from all over the world to blend and roa...
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Trieste, Italy: Having a short break – Part 2
When to go? Well, year round is OK but spring and autumn are best for pleasantly warm but not baking-hot weather. The city is almost tourist free in winter and can be nice, exce...
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Trieste, Italy: Having a short break – Part 1
Once among the once grand cities of Europe’s Trieste has suffered a long slide into anonymity. However this once great city has an irresistible and charm; plus it seems to be on the rise again.
When the Cold War ended at the close of t...
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Petra – A quick overview
Let’s take an alternative look at Petra. Jordan’s rose red city is more than just a standard tourist location it has a lot of hidden gems.
As the twisting Siq passageway yawns open, its towering sandstone walls slowly peel back to rev...
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Nepal: Annapurna Curcuit - Part 1
The morning clouds part to reveal mountains glided in sunlight. Before me is the Annapurna range in Nepal, peaks more than anything I’ve seen. Soon I’ll be experiencing them up close. But, for now, I’m admiring them at a distance from the comfort of ...
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Italian Lakes: The Greenway Walks - Part 9
For those who love panoramic views, relaxation and characteristic villages, an excellent mete is represented by the Municipality of Torno.
It is a small centre overlooking the lake. On the marina’s square, where simple boats sail with...
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Italian Lakes: The Greenway Walks - Part 8
It has many valuable plants such as yews, beech trees, sequoias and a centenary exemplar of Ginko Biloba which was beloved by all the owners of villa del Grumello. In the park you can follow three paths: those dedicated to Paolo Giovio and Ugo Foscol...
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Italian Lakes: The Greenway Walks - Part 7
There are numerous, ancient amazing proofs, starting from the Romanesque churches in the city: above all, Sant’Abbondio, San Fedele and San Carpoforo, Broletto, the ancient city hall, is also of that period. At its side the Cathedral, one of the main...
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Italian Lakes: The Greenway Walks - Part 6
There are about 7 different caves connected through small tunnels and stairs built at the beginning of the last century. Underground it is possible to admire small waterfalls, streams, majestic stalactites and stalagmites which fill and dominate diff...
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