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What to see and do in Agadir - Part 1
Agadir is Morocco’s premiere beach resort with approximately 340 days of sunshine a year. It has six kilometres of soft white sands and is nestled among the green valleys of the Great Souss. This modern and cosmopolitan city has all the culture, thri...
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Cyprus city of Paphos - Part 1
The entire town of Pafos is a listed UNESCO site. Pafos was the capital of Cyprus for a long period of time in the past. Today it is just another charming town in the west of Cyprus. Numerous archaeological sites can be seen from the centre of the mo...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 10
Auckland as any large city should provides a wide range of accommodation options. You will find 5 star hotels, well known chain hotels, backpacker’s hostels and cosy bed and breakfasts. Whatever your budget and preference...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 9
What to see and do in Auckland: part 9
Victoria Park Market
Built in 1901, this was a city rubbish incinerator. It had its own electricity generating steam boilers which were heated by the rubbish burning furnace. It eve...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 8
BARS & NIGHTLIFE continued;
The DJ' s plays here every night and the place is popular with backpackers. They even open on a Wednesday night when many other clubs close.
Dida’s Wine & Tapas ...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 7
Café culture is where you sit back and relax over a coffee or a tea and watch the world go by. This seems to be taken to a new level in Auckland´s many inviting cafés. Unique cafés are dotted around the town so you will easily fi...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 6
Dining – continued
The Engine Room
The Engine Room, on Auckland’s Northcote Point, is a modern European restaurant set in a classic art deco building. The food is a blend of peasant cuisines, modern bistro and bistro cla...
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What to see and do in Auckland - Part 5
Auckland’s cuisine is inventive and incredibly diverse as it represents such a multitude of cultures because of the make up its population. The city always has a wealth of fresh seafood at its disposal due to the coastal locatio...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 18
AMSTERDAM - Outside the central city
If you are one of the many return visitors who have already seen the beautiful canals, visited the museums and already seen most of what the city has to offer then I have good news for you.
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Amsterdam - An overview part 17
Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky
This perhaps one of my favourite hotels and it is located on the Dam Square right in the heart of Amsterdam. The Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is a luxury five star conference hotel and its prime location opposite t...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 16
If you are planning a weekend getaway, a holiday or even a business trip to Amsterdam then accommodation is the least of your worries. There are nearly 400 hotels in the city and you are sure to find one in the right loc...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 15
Prinsenstraat and Herenstraat
The Prinsenstraat and Herenstraat are an excellent introduction to the essence of Amsterdam.
They cross three of the city' s best known canals and these two connected streets take you from ...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 14
Shopping in Amsterdam offers a lot of choices. It does matter if you are just looking for the perfect souvenir, a unique piece of clothing or the latest designer item; Amsterdam has the perfect shop for it. There are shops of ...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 13
Cafes and Amsterdam are synonymous. It does not matter if you want to soak up the atmosphere of a traditional Dutch brown café, lounging in a city grand café or just enjoying a summer drink on one of the city’s many terraces. Ams...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 12
I have heard some negative comments from friends since we ate here but have to say our meal was good. The Brasserie Harkema is a contemporary version of a Parisian brasserie in an old tobacco factory building. It is b...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 11
This is a restaurant with a difference as you will realise the moment you take your seat at the table.
The tables are set with all kinds of different glassware, cutlery and crockery. The walls are filled with hu...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 10
I have had plenty of time to try out a wide variety of places to eat in Amsterdam. So whether you are just looking for a quick snack, a light lunch or a romantic multi course dinner then you will find that Amsterdam can offer yo...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 9
House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience
A visit to House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience is an unforgettable experience as long as you do not sample too much of the product. It provides an introduction to the world of...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 8
The Rembrandt House
If you have ever wondered about what life was like for Rembrandt, then this is the place you should visit. It shows you where Holland' s most renowned artist created his masterpieces. It also shows you where some of...
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Amsterdam: An overview - Part 7
The Amsterdam Museum tells the story of the growth and rise of the Dutch capital. You will discover how over seven centuries of the city' s history it grew from a small settlement on the banks of the Amstel into the cu...
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