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Düsseldorf News - Spring in the city! Come and experience it|
Posted by REMO on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 (18:24:25) (4358 reads)
For many Düsseldorfers – and indeed, for all visitors – a day on the Rhine is like a holiday. The café terraces have been wiped, polished and prettied up in readiness for the outdoor season. The city is perfectly primed for life in the open air as well, with numerous events such as the Japan Day Düsseldorf/NRW, the METRO Group Marathon Düsseldorf, or sightseeing options that are all ideal for joining in. We wish you an action-packed spring and look forward to your visit.
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Düsseldorf Winter News|
Posted by REMO on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 (11:20:17) (4592 reads)
‘Eventful’ is probably also a fitting description of the first few months in Düsseldorf. In February, Düsseldorf’s famous Kunstakademie (Art Academy) will again let you take a look behind the scenes – quite literally, as it were – to meet the “stars” of tomorrow. With the Carnival season, musical highlights and extraordinary sports events ahead of us, there’s plenty to be excited about in 2012. We look forward to your visit.
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From Slovenia around the world in the ultra light aircraft|
Posted by spainsun on Friday, January 13, 2012 (14:02:40) (3781 reads)
From Slovenia, a Central European country at the juncture of the Alps and the Mediterranean, today, on 8 January 2012, the Virus SW ultra light plane has set out on a two-month journey around the world. Weighing merely 290 kilos, this plane, which uses a minimum amount of fuel, was constructed by the Slovenian manufacturer, Pipistrel, a recurrent winner of the NASA award for top energy-efficient planes.
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7 day ticket for archaeological sites and museums in Greece|
Posted by spainsun on Sunday, January 08, 2012 (14:30:55) (4067 reads)
With a single ticket seven days can now be interested to visit the archaeological site of Acropolis, Ancient Agora, Roman Agora, the Library of Hadrian, the Theater of Dionysos, the Olympieion, the Museum and the Archaeological Site of Kerameikos. The new fares will apply from the spring, namely the following season. The aim is to enhance the tourist appeal and traffic, with tickets available, the largest one day. Simultaneously adjusted some values to archaeological sites have been manipulated.
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Ljubljana in preparation for the December holiday spirit|
Posted by spainsun on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 (01:28:33) (3162 reads)
European city destinations, capital cities in particular, are increasingly more popular during the time before Christmas and the New Year, when the cities are turned into holiday wonderlands. The Slovenian capital city of Ljubljana is preparing for the magical ambience that will begin symbolically on 3 December with the event “People, Let’s Turn on the Light”, culminating on 31 December with New Year`s Eve open-air celebrations in the squares in the city centre.
Each year in December, Ljubljana`s Festive Fair becomes the centre of the city`s social life. Many citizens of Ljubljana and visitors from other parts of Slovenia and abroad are what makes Ljubljana so very special. The smiling faces, handshakes and expression of best wishes, the aroma of mulled wine and roasted almonds, the nostalgic organ-grinders on the streets, the sparkles of expectation in the children`s eyes, etc. – all this is December in Ljubljana.
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Athens Spotlighted City Card|
Posted by spainsun on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 (01:16:19) (4332 reads)
The Athens International Airport announced the “Athens Spotlighted” programme, its initiative launched on November 14th, aimed at boosting the attractiveness of the capital city as a city-break destination for foreign visitors. The “athenspotlighted” city card will be available at the airport. The city card will be offers discounted prices, special rates for a period of 10 days, offering rebates at participating museums, galleries, restaurants, shops, bus touring and cruise companies, rental car companies, etc. Sixty-four businesses and organizations have already joined the initiative, and over one hundred are expected to participate by the end of the year.
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Islands off the Beaten Track in Greece - Archaeological Journey|
Posted by spainsun on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 (01:06:31) (4497 reads)
Islands off the Beaten Track is the name of a series of archaeological exhibitions organised by and hosted at the Museum of Cycladic Art, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The displays focus on the most remote, inaccessible, small and medium-sized islands of the Aegean archipelago, namely Kastellorizo, Symi, Halki, Tilos and Nisyros. They include some of the farthest removed and least known regions of Greece in which people have lived and worked, and whose works and culture will be highlighted in separate exhibitions.
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Borneo / Kalimantan - Indonesia|
Posted by prayitno on Sunday, January 04, 2009 (04:26:25) (6885 reads)
The people, who visited this area, mentioned this is magical and best experience of eco trip. We will direct you to meet one of endangered and enchanting big animals. It’s Orangutan (Pongo Pygmaeus sp). They are living free at natural home of Tanjung Puting National Park (Pangkalan Bun – Central Kalimantan). There are 3 feeding stations in this park (Camp Leaky, Pondok Tanggui & Tanjung Harapan) to reach every feeding station we will take you by traditional wooden river boat or called by Klotok. For your information that orang-utans in this park can be divided to be 2 different types. First is orang-utan who originally inhabitant in this park or called by wild orang-utan and second is rehabilitant orang-utan.
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Travel to Thailand|
Posted by greg34 on Friday, August 15, 2008 (09:20:10) (6147 reads)
With over six million foreigners flying into the country each year, Thailand has become Asia's primary holiday destination and is a useful and popular first stop on any overland journey through Southeast Asia. The influx of tourist cash has played a significant part in the country's recent development, yet Thailand's cultural integrity remains largely undamaged.
In this country of fifty-three million people, over ninety percent are practising Theravada Buddhists, and King Bhumibol is a revered figure across his nation. Tiered temple rooftops and saffron-robed monks dominate every vista, and, though some cities and beach resorts are characterized by high-rises and neon lights, the typical Thai community is the traditional farming village: ninety percent of Thais still earn their living from the land.
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Welcome to Singapore|
Posted by spainsun on Saturday, June 23, 2007 (23:16:23) (11707 reads)
Singapore is a river, a city, an island and a country. The history of the city goes back to a past a so much dark as it pierces in passing of merchants and pirates, until Raffles realized the strategic importance of the small island for the control of the trade among China, India and Europe.
From the moment in that you put the feet in this city, you realize that Singapore doesn't resemble any other place of the planet. The order, the cleaning, the facilities to move, everything is thought to please the citizen.
The level of life overpasses their neighbours. It social services, transport, parks, restaurants, hotels are comparable to that any advanced western country.
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