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Sitting near the Azores Islands archipelago, Cape Verde, the Madeira Islands, and Morocco off the western coast of Africa is the Spanish territory known as the Canary Islands.  The islands are known for their bustling, lively nightlife during the peak of the tourist season.  Interestingly enough, the Canary Islands are the home to 23 different Vegan and vegetarian restaurants as well as another 21 Vegan bakeries, bed and breakfasts, catering businesses, health food stores, and other shops.  The following is a list of the more popular ones.

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The city of Ghent and its quarter of a million residents enjoy an atmosphere that depicts a crossover between a lively cosmopolitan metro area and a quiet, provincial city. Ghent also has a much younger population than cities like Antwerp and Brussels as their city centers are disintegrating. Staying in Ghent can be expensive if you aren’t aware of some of the more affordable places to stay. The following is a list of some of the better budget accommodations in Ghent, Belgium.

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The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg flanked by imposing giants like Germany, Belgium and France holds its own with a thriving economy, the world’s largest GDP per capita, strategic importance in history and some of the most beautiful landscapes and city plans in the world. Being a trilingual country with German, French and Luxembourgish as its official languages, it’s a favorite destination for Europeans looking for a relaxed holiday week.

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Rhodes is an island of contrasts as package tourist resorts in all their gaudy glory crowd the northern coast while the south coast maintains a traditional Greek island way of life as best it can. This division allows tourists to get to and live on the island very cheaply but means they always have an avenue of escape if the loud and constantly active resorts become overwhelming.

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