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If you look back in your childhood, what would pop up in your mind as first? Cars, dolls, constructions and of course LEGO. Most of the worlds kids now and than knows what are we talking about, and Usa has a special day to celebrate it, from the 2nd of August until 5th, there will be Brick Fair held in Chantilly, Virginia. All the Lego lovers are more than welcome to enjoy it together, all to show off their projects, great and small, and to share their passion for LEGO - the most awesome toy eve...
If you are planing to relax into Dolce Vita, Rome is definitely the best option, whether you prefer to stay in a hotel room or save a bit of money, staying in lovely dorms, M&J will be the place of yours, with a great location, 2 minutes walk from Termini Station, just 20 minute walk from the Colosseum, so you will enjoy Forum, with crumbling colum...
It's summer time, but there is something weird going on around this time, actually starting today, the 24th of July. And definitely don't have to think it's some kind of joke, because of what you will read now, The annual summer World Santa Claus Congress features Santas from Europe, USA, Canada and Japan. Some five months before the big day, the S...
Riga is the capital city of Latvia and is home to nearly a third of the country's population. In the summer months, the weather averages around 20 degrees centigrade, but can exceed 30 on the hottest days. June through September are also when the country sees its highest rain fall, (around 2 to 3 inches). The city operates a huge number of transpor...
If there is something that has to be related to Australia, I guess it would be definitely horses, yes, countless Australian movies are with those lovely animals. So you can imagine how many festivals are with and about horses. August is a special month, many cities and country sides are having races and rides. One of the busiest cities are Queensla...
2012 is a very special year for Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Why? It's the World Design Capital this year! This recognizes the efforts made by Helsinki in the field of design, as well as boosting promotion for the city, which has a fine selection of buildings and structures which make walking around the city itself a pleasant experience. Spo...
La Rochelle is a 1000 year old city situated on the west coast of France. A couple of centuries after it was discovered, it expanded greatly in the salt and wine trades meaning that good wine is everywhere! The maritime character of the city will captivate you for days; it has many ports which have made their name known by their intake of local p...
Lima is the capital city of Peru; it is also the largest city in the country. It lies on a desert coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Lima was founded on the land of Taulichusco, and the some of the old ruins can be see in the garden of one of the oldest manor houses built on the Main Square. The weather is usually sunny in that it hardly ever rai...
Valencia is the capital of Spain and the third largest city in Spain with around 809,000 inhabitants. Valencia was founded in 138 BC and is situated on the banks of the Turia and the Gulf on the Mediterranean Sea. Historically, Valencia is one of the largest in Spain; there are ancient monuments, views and culture making Valencia popular amongst to...
San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico and was founded in 1521 by Juan Ponce de Leon. The country has tropical climate, averaging around 30 degrees and around 247 days of sunshine throughout the year. San Juan Port is one of the busiest in the Caribbean. San Juan is the country's financial capital, and many U.S. banks and corporations maintain of...
Guildford lies in the heart of Surrey; it contains both country side and a bustling city centre catering for all types of people. Guildford's castle was built by William the Conqueror after the victory at the Battle of Hastings. There are also the old fords which give Guildford its name: Gold fords. Unfortunately, Guildford is tainted by England's ...
Fondly known as The Rebel County or the People's Republic of Cork, this city has a lot of character, and a lot of characters to appeal to people from all walks of life. Situated in the very south of the country, people from Cork are known for speaking a lot of slang as well as being good-humoured and taking great pride of their home county which ma...
Hong Kong gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1997 and is currently going through a very special transition period. Although when you look at it on a map you may think that it's quite small, don't be fooled! Surrounded by skyscrapers which are hidden in the clouds, Hong Kong boasts a very high population with a bilingual proficiency in...
Germany's capital is a must-visit city for anyone who wants to experience another side of Europe. Strongly emerging as one of the most popular cities in the world, Berlin offers so much more than the typical tourist trek. The first thing everyone that visits Berlin must do is take a walking tour to see how diverse the city has become, especiall...
Aix-En-Provence-The South of France's True Beauty Revealed.Located 30 kilometres north of Marseille is the small town of Aix-en-Provence in the south of France. This town might be small but it is well known for a variety of reasons, including the fact that it was the birthplace of famous painter and artist Paul Cezanne. Aixs main street, Cours ...
Cuzco is a city in Peru with strong Inca roots, dating back to the 13th Century. For history buffs this is one place that is waiting to be discovered. Situated in the south of the country but with a very high altitude level of around 11,000 feet, you will truly feel like on a high as you walk up and down the steps or on the cobbled streets of this...
Rosario is a city located in the province of Santa Fe in Argentina, 4 hours from Buenos Aires. If you're looking to avoid the big city tourist trap then Rosario is the place for you. With a population of 1.1 million people, Rosario has that big city feel but with an alluring sense of homeliness. There is plenty on offer, the Flag Monument tends t...
Not many cities can say that they have been invaded by the Normans, Vikings and the British Empire – but Dublin can! Situated on the East Coast of Ireland, it is now known as a multicultural capital due to the influx of immigrants from all over the world, although given it's past it is something which does not come as a surprise to Dubliners. L...
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