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Ottawa Attractions Winter

What are the top winter activities in Ottawa? After four different winter trips to Ottawa, we’ve rounded up the best Ottawa winter attractions that you cannot miss.  Many people think of going south in the winter, but Canadians have learned to embrace the cold. And no place does it better than our nation’s capital. Ottawa Attractions […]

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Tiananmen Square Flower Pot

Tiananmen Square in Beijing is the World’s largest public square. It can hold 1 million people. About Tiananmen Square  In the past, it was only known to the West as a place where the Tiananmen Square massacre took place in 1989.  It was here that an unknown amount of protestors were killed during an uprising. There […]

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best things to do in new zealand tongariro hike

There are so many things to do in New Zealand. It is often considered the adventure capital of the world.  New Zealand is a dream destination packing a huge punch into a small space with astounding scenery, cosmopolitan cities, adrenaline pumping adventures, and a jaw-dropping coastline. Unique Things to do in New Zealand It can be […]

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Things to do in Winnipeg

Looking for things to do in Winnipeg, Manitoba? These are the must-see attractions.  Winnipeg will surprise you. If you ask most people about the city, they usually say something like, “You mean Winterpeg?” Canadians have often written the city off as a place to fly over on their way to somewhere more exciting. But after […]

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Guest writers Nathan and Shelby share their tips to visit New Mexico’s tops Historic Sites. If you’re planning a vacation to New Mexico, you should consider visiting some of the many historical sites in the state. Just one of the several charms that make New Mexico such a culturally rich area to explore. New Mexico Historic Sites Pueblo-style […]

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Less than two hours from the crowded side streets of Tokyo is Kamakura. A small town so striking, it’s been the setting for dozens of Japanese movies, anime series and even music videos. Once the very real battleground of Samurai and Ninja, Tokyoites and savvy tourists flock to the seaside every weekend to escape the […]

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