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In 1776, the Spanish established a fort at the Golden Gate and a mission named for Francis of Assisi. The California Gold Rush in 1848 propelled San Francisco into a period of rapid growth, transforming it into the largest city on the West Coast at the time. After being devastated by the 1906 earthquake and fire, San Francisco was quickly rebuilt, into a metropolitan city fueled by, massive immigration, liberalizing attitudes, and other factors giving rise to the Summer of Love and the gay right...
How do the 'willing helpers at the Pig' survive?? Whapper Aly shares her 11 life rules with you. At The Flying Pig everyone starts off as a WHAPPER. To be more specific, a Willing Helper At the Pig. Basically, you work 27 hours a week either cleaning rooms or serving breakfast. In return for your acquired skills, you are covered for your bed, break...
Each step along the Great Wall of China is like going back in time and is an exciting experience for any visitor. The longest man made stucture and with a history of more than 2000 years, the Great Wall snakes it's way over mountains, deserts, grasslands and plateaus stretching approximately 6,700 kilometres over the country. Even though some secti...
This year it's already the third European Club Night in a row! 20 Bands and 100 Dj´s from all over Europe come to play at 30 different clubs in Berlin. It´s an unique happening that allows us to experience different European Sounds from upcoming artists, all in one amazing club night. This all is taking place at several really popular locations ...
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Big Ben and the Westminster Palace are two of the most recognisable landmarks of London. The Palace was the residence of the Kings of England from the eleventh to sixteenth centuries. In Medieval England, Kings used to summon their courts to wherever they happened to be at the time, but by the fourteenth century the judicial and parliamentary court...
After extensive renovations, Giovanni's Home is ready to welcome you to the exciting city of Napoli! The hostel offers budget accomodation in the heart of the city where you can enjoy the authentic Italian experience through the eyes of a local. Friendly, English speaking international staff will provide you with all the information you need and ...
Everyone here at Hostelineurope.com Network and Infohostel.com would like to extend the best of wishes and a huge congradulations to the new addition to our Family. Hope we can see her soon in our offices. Auguri a Papa' Mamma Zii e Nonni. Welcome DONNA GALLO. The staff all Hostelineurope.com Network - Infohostels.com ...
The annual marathon has been held in Rome since the start of the twentieth century. There have been many unforgettable moments such as the victory of Dorando Pietro in 1906 or Adebe Bikila who ran barefoot along the floodlit Appia Antica, to arrive as a triumphant winner under the Arch of Costantine in the Olympic Marathon of 1960. Another now lege...
These two icons are the most recognisable structures of the city of Sydney and both have become an important part of the Sydney Harbour landscape. The Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most famous landmarks and is the world's largest steel arch bridge, with its top 134 metres above the harbour. Suggestions for an iron bridge to link the norther...
This architectural marvel was constructed during the Great Depression of the 1930s and is a monument to that era. You will find the popular attraction, which has starred in over 90 movies and was the previous record holder of the world's tallest building, at Fifth and 34th streets. The building is the result of a competition between Walter Chrysler...
Seville is the Andalusian capital, located on the plain of the Guadalquivir River. During the centuries it has been being a very important port city, especially for the commerce between Spain and America. From the 711 A.D. to the 1248 A.D. the whole region has been occupied by the Arabs and the influence they left in the territory is pretty big...
The Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill The Colosseum, built between 71-80AD as a gift to the Roman people, was the site of many gladitorial games and hunts. After the demise of the Roman Empire, it fell into disrepair until the eighteenth century when restoration was begun. Across from the Colosseum, you will find the Forum which used to b...
Catania Sicily second largest city, but one that packs a punch bigger than the others. It might be something to do with the big student population, the nightlife that starts late and ends early the next morning, or maybe the weekends that seem to last more than just two days. Or, maybe it's just the fact that this is a city that lives in the shadow...
Mexico is a great place to visit all year round with some amazing attractions to see. In regards to the weather, the best time to visit is from October to the start of May when it is more pleasant as the summer months from May to September get very hot and humid. If you wish to see Mexico's amazing beaches and spend some time swimming then go d...
In the early 1900s, in a period of industrialisation and advancement, women began to become active and vocal in an effort to change their unequal standing in society. There was a massive march in 1908 through New York City with 15,000 demanding shorter working hours, better pay and voting rights. After this campaign for change, the first National W...
Do you want to have a really good time? Do you want to see the night life of Rome like you never have seen it before? Do you want to meet the real party people? Join the pub at M&J Hostel. Several nights a week we go together to the best pubs in town. In the pubs you can drink good cocktails and off course also as much a good vino. You will mee...
Without a doubt the Iguazu Falls are among the most beautiful in the world. Found deep in the South American Jungles, the falls mark the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. The falls are 2.5 miles long and hold a vast collection of many living creatures; exotic spiders, butterflies, crocodiles and flora. You can visit from either th...
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