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As the years slip by, the capital of France has become increasingly populous; and yet, the fame of the most romantic city in the world, Paris, is more widespread than ever.
kissing by the eiffel tower

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Luxury

The flowing curves of the ultra-modern Hotel Marques de Riscal in Elciego took my breath away when I first saw it rising dramatically out of its vineyard landscape. Designed to complement the oldest winery in Rioja, this luxurious hotel is part of Elciego’s City of Wine, which draws wine and architecture enthusiasts from across the world.
Winery at Marques de Riscal

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Romantic

Venice is a wonderful place to visit but there are tourist traps the unwary can fall into. Having a list of what to do and what not to do is a must.
atp painting

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Events

So, you want to spend the Easter celebration in Italy? This is a great choice as the country celebrates Easter like no other, with elaborate festivals in and around Churches, restaurants and homes throughout the country…
Easter Monday in Italy

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Three Star Hotels

Brussels By Night is a Belgian film that was released in 1983. It was a bleak drama about a depressed assassin but by sharp contrast the reality of the city today is one with a busy nightlife with many popular nightclubs and a very lively music scene.
Brussels has many international bars as well as traditional taverns, and supping the best Belgian beers in the company of friends is a favourite activity of locals.
Belgian craft beers

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Adventure

Tunisia is a Mediterranean oasis complete with the Sahara Desert, an amazing shoreline, and a train used in an Indiana Jones film! This country is filled with natural and man-made wonders, so come on! Let’s explore them!
Tunisia

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Historic

Think Champagne – think weddings, romance and celebration
Think Gluhwein – think snow, mountains and après ski
Think Guinness – what do you get?
For me Guiness embodies the spirit of Ireland – hospitality, conviviality, cozy pubs and laughter; and they used to say, before the days of the dreary Trade Descriptions Act, that the Guinness is Good for You!
Old sign in the folk village.

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Family

Penang, an island off the north west coast of Malaysia, is a fabulous place for a vacation. It is known as the “food paradise” of Malaysia, in part thanks to all these different cultural groups. If you are considering a vacation to Penang with your family, here are some great things to try!

adventure parks in Penang

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Restaurants & Food

If you love chocolate, and I know you do, then you simply have to visit Belgium. I mean, come on! The Swiss might argue with us, and possibly rightfully so, but Belgian chocolate is, hands down, considered some of the best in the world.

best pralines in Bruxelles

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Restaurants & Food

London has more vegetarian and vegan restaurants than any other city or town in the UK so is a real haven for anyone who wants to leave meat, fish or dairy produce off the menu. With at least 130 strictly veggie eating places to choose from you are really spoiled for choice when it comes to meat-free dining out.
Cheesy Tot Casserole II

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Historic

Portugal is a wonderful and culturally rich vacation destination that dates back to, well, pretty much the beginning of time! Neanderthals originally called Portugal home, and today, the Portuguese republic has a wonderful sense of itself that it loves to show off in its many museums. Begin your museum tour of Portugal with these seven mesmerizing institutions!
Museums in Portugal

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Carnival

Come Carnival, and it’s time for music, dancing, laughing with friends, and of course enjoying delicious traditional fried sweets and cakes. Walk past bakeries and homes in Italy during Carnival, and you’ll smell them – the unmistakable aromas of baked cakes and cookies fried in fat.

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General Travel

The Basque city was once known for its heavy industry and thriving ports; not particularly attractive prospects for attracting tourism. Over the past couple of decades though, like a phoenix from the ashes, Bilbao has reinvented itself as a young, dynamic and aesthetically beautiful holiday destination.

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Boutique

Much like the Brits hit the pub after a long day at work, the Italians hit the wine bar, and when in Rome, do as the Romans. Where should you go? Let’s check out the best wine bars in Rome, Italy.

wine bars in Rome

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Made in Italy

The Italian once sleepy fishing village of Positano has been described as a “small paradise,” and rightly so because its location on the sunny Amalfi Coast offers beaches, picturesque scenery and spectacular views that make it a magnet for tourists. The writer John Steinbeck was so impressed with Positano that in an essay published in Harper’s Bizarre in May, 1953, he described it as “a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone”.
Positano at dusk

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