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Travel Itinerary: A Day in Annecy (France).

Travel Itinerary: A Day in Annecy

For me, Annecy is once in a lifetime experience. Its darting canals through the village, meandering along some of the historical buildings in Europe, its food, and scenery, and most importantly, its settlement on the cleanest lake in Europe—Annecy—told me how different this city is. The lake itself is surrounded by hills and mountains and […]

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Manama Things to do in Bahrain

10 Things to do in Bahrain

Riches are the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind when most people think of the Arab world. However, I’d like to add here that besides all of its oil reserves, luxury hotels, glittering gold, and everything expensive, I found Bahrain rich in culture, too. Wandering through the following 8 locations like the intrepid tourist […]

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Travel Itinerary: One Day in Geneva (Switzerland).

Travel Itinerary: One Day in Geneva

Geneva is one of those cities that seldom agree to the norms of metropolises around the world. As they are always bustling with activities and have a chaotic lifestyle, Geneva, in contrast to them, is calm, collected, and professional. In the morning you’d see working men and women hurrying down the streets to get to […]

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Travel Itinerary: 8 Days in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a country that looks like a teardrop located south of India. It may not be a well-known travel destination but it can charm you with its endless pristine beaches and verdant jungles. Every region offers a different experience that would surprise everyone – even the most intrepid traveler among us. I was […]

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Travel Itinerary: A Day in Bologna (Piazza de Maggiore - Italy).

Travel Itinerary: A Day in Bologna

I was in Bologna for two full days and nights. However, I only spent a day in Bologna because I spent the second day in Ravenna, a small city which is an hour and 15 minutes by train. Ravenna is a city known for its amazing mosaics, history and architecture. It’s also the final resting […]

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Travel Itinerary: A Day in Verona, Italy (Self-guided Walking Tour).

Travel Itinerary: A Day in Verona

Verona lies in between Venice and Milan. So, if you’re in these two cities, it’s worth getting on the train and spend a day in Verona. Though most of us know Verona from Shakespeare’s tragic story of “Romeo and Juliet,” the city is more than its fame of the star-crossed lovers. A day in Verona […]

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How to Spend a Day in Isla Mujeres (Cancun, Mexico).

How to Spend a Day in Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is an island just off northeast of Zona Hotelera in Cancun. The island is visible if you’re standing on the beaches of Cancun and vice versa. It is known for its white sand and idyllic beaches. The island is only 5 miles long and a half mile wide. In other words, you can […]

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Travel Itinerary: A Perfect Day in Lyon (France).

Travel Itinerary: A Perfect Day in Lyon

Remarkably, France is a cultural epicenter, a place renowned for having the most famous artists in the world and home to spectacular cities including Paris and Lyon. While Lyon is, without doubt, an opulent city, it caters to the need of everyone. Moreover, Lyon has gained a reputation as the second most important city in […]

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Voormalige Hanzekwartier Windmills / I Spent a Day in Bruges and I did My Own Walking Tour (Belgium).

Travel Itinerary: I Spent a Day in Bruges and I did My Own Walking Tour

From Brussels, I hopped on a train to Bruges for a day and did my own walking tour. I arrived at the city’s train station around 10 in the morning and wasted no time. As soon as I exited, I went right away to the Tourist Information Office. I asked for a map and the […]

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One Day Sightseeing Tour Outside Cancun (Chichen Itza, Mexico).

One Day Sightseeing Tour Outside Cancun

A friend and I went on a one-week, all-inclusive vacation in Cancun last week. It was a “spur of the moment” decision and we didn’t really planned at all. Having been twice on the eastern part of Mexico, I thought, I’d just show him the must-see cultural attractions in the area. And the rest of […]

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