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June 2010
With more than two million lakes, 202, 080 km of coastline and a population density of 3.3 inhabitants per square kilometer; Canada is one big country. The world’s second largest country after Russia, Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories. The majority of the population reside within 160 kilometers of the US border,...
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Floating along the rivers of Europe gives you a superb view of the passing countryside as you unwind aboard a modern, well equipped river boat. One thing all river boats have in common – you just have to unpack once then enjoy every day of your European vacation. Life On Board Today’s river boats offer...
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Situated on the banks of the Rio Tejo, Portugal’s capital city offers a number of museums and galleries, an unpretentious atmosphere and a pleasant blend of architectural styles, making it a favourite with many visitors. It has somehow ended up much further down on the “to go” list as British travellers have started to associate...
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Heading to Vancouver this summer? Be sure to check out these amazing restuarants. BISHOP’S2183 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver (00 1 604 738 2025; www.bishopsonline.com). A classic destination on 4th Avenue, Bishop’s serves fine Canadian food. C RESTAURANT1600 Howe Street, Vancouver (00 1 604 681 1164; www.crestaurant.com). Located on False Creek, C Restaurant is fantastic and...
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Bucharest is a city for fantasists, with a wealth of history. The Greek Viceroys ruled the city in the name of the imperial government in Istanbul until 1821. Dubbed the ‘Paris of the East’ for its cosmopolitan social scene and architecture, the city’s grand avenues recall its pre-World War II heyday when the Romanian aristocracy...
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After years of turmoil, the magical Himalayan nation of Nepal is welcoming visitors once more. Go soon, for a gentle trek among amazing landscapes, and for an experience that will take your breath away. A striking aspect of the culture of the Kathmandu Valley is the mutual respect of Hinduism and Buddhism (Buddhists form a...
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The storied islands of the South Pacific are amongst the most romantic places on earth. Combining serene, azure lagoons with stunning mountain scenery and an agreeable, tropical climate, these isles are the perfect oasis for a romantic retreat. In our recent poll, readers chose an overwater bungalow as their number one choice for the most...
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Cruising Northern Europe is a very rich experience. See breathtaking scenery; visit 1,000 year old cities; discover Viking history and Hanseatic ports; marvel at some of the world’s finest art and design as well as magnificent architecture. There are lots of active options too like hiking, kayaking and Nordic fitness walking, available on excursions from...
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Botswana is the pride of Africa – a country that after its independence in 1966 has enjoyed economic and political stability. Although the country is completely landlocked – between Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa – its two big rivers, the Okavango Delta and the Chobe River, keep the traditional safari animals in the country...
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There is no other place in the world like Venice. The city is a labyrinth of canals, elaborate bridges, cobblestone streets and lively squares. Explore the unique sites of this great city on foot or by vaporetto, a network of boats which is the main mode of transportation in the city. When in Venice, the...
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