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New York City On a Budget

Are you dreaming about visiting New York City but do not have a large bank account? Yet New York City is considered one of the most expensive cities in the world and year after year it is listed on the top of Kiplinger’s list, there are plenty of ways to make your dream come true. While it is true that most of the five-star hotels can cost more than a few thousand dollars a night, fortunately, it is not an issue not to travel anymore.

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Brazil’s Best Beaches

Brazil, the fifth largest country in the world, is both the largest country in South America and Latin America region attracting many local and international tourists each year. Featuring a tropical coastline of 7,492 km, it is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and has numerous archipelagos forming a part of it, as well as some of the world’s superior beaches.

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America’s Most Under-Rated Cities

When it comes to American cities, most of the travel magazines and guides focus on the premier destination cities, such as Las Vegas, San Francisco, and New York. However, America is much more than a cliché of these big, attractive but overcrowded American cities. Travelling to other fascinating and beautiful American cities may be an exciting experience full of happiness, joy and adventures.

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    What to Do with a Month in China

    If I only had one month to travel around China, this is the route that I would follow: Beijing, Xian, Lhasa, Chengdu, Leshan, Chongqing, Yangtze River Cruiseand lastly Shanghai. Beijing The Forbidden City The Forbidden City is the largest and best-preserved ancient royal building complex in the world. It is the world’s largest palace, coveringMore
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    Europe’s Best Cities for Lovers

    1) Paris, France – It is clichéd, but it is the city of love! Who wouldn’t want to kiss under the Eiffel Tower or to sip coffee along one of the numerous coffee shops? Places of interest: Champs Elysse, Arc de Triomphe, Paris Opera
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    Options for Seeing Antarctica

    The most common way to see Antarctica is by cruise or research ships. You can sail from either Ushuaia, the southernmost point of Argentina, Punta Arenas, Chile, Bluff, New Zealand, or from Hobart, Australia, The fastest is via Ushuaia, but crossing Cape Horn and the Drake Passage is not an easy feat so best beMore
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    Brazil’s Best Beaches

    Brazil, the fifth largest country in the world, is both the largest country in South America and Latin America region attracting many local and international tourists each year. Featuring a tropical coastline of 7,492 km, it is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and has numerous archipelagos forming a part of it, asMore
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    Milan Has It All – Style, Elegance & Good Shoes

    Just one foot on the street outside transports the visitor into the bustling world of Milan. You can’t help but smile as you watch the colorful people around you, making you feel like an extra in a Puccini opera; the protagonists singing dramatically in their flowery tongue, waving their hands emphatically in the air. TheirMore
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    Top Tips for the Intrepid Traveler

    With the world constantly more accessible and the internet and television shows opening up our curious minds, it’s a fact that more and more Americans are traveling these days. In fact, for 49 out of our 50 states, travel is among the top ten industries and direct spending on leisure travel by domestic and internationalMore
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    A Revolutionary New Habit

    Ways to pass the time have seriously come on over the last few years; we have gone from telling stories as a hobby, to knitting, crafts, and then on to all things technological, with gaming taking over the world. Things change and move on, and one of the most common new pastimes comes in theMore
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    Bored This Winter? Head Online!

    With dark winter days comes a little bit of boredom. Whilst this might not to everyone’s liking, there are happily plenty of ways you can entertain yourself on those evenings when there is simply nothing on TV, and nobody seems to want to talk to you on Facebook. Luckily, the internet is at hand, andMore
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    Top 4 Romantic Things To Do While On Holiday In Salcombe

    If you fancy a secluded getaway for two, Salcombe is your perfect partner. Nestled on the beautiful South Devon coastline this picturesque seaside town offers plenty of romantic things to do for couples. When you arrive at Salcombe, especially if you’re staying in one of the many luxurious holiday cottages in and around the town,More
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    Cruise destinations: Top Hidden Gems

    Image by Jeff Weese on Flickr, used under the Creative Commons license. Hopping on a cruise and sailing away to an exotic locale is a wonderful way to travel, and whether you’re looking to delight in the spectacular views of Alaska, or dive into the crystal pools of the Caribbean, there’s a cruise destination to suit everyone.More