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Month: January 2018

The Best Lesser-Known Attractions Of NYC

New York is an iconic city filled to the brim with many famous attractions, and whilst everyone should definitely take their time to see the likes of Times Square and the Statue of Liberty, there are many other quirks that the Big Apple has to offer that… Source...

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Top 5 Things To See And Do In Lahore

Lahore is a beautiful city in Pakistan, popular for its many amazing tourist attractions. From ancient monuments to world-class food quarters; there’s something to allure any traveller in this city and the activity options are endless. Traveasy offers… Source...

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London Travel Guide

London is everything you would expect from a Capital City with a lot of history and more, and the good news now thanks to the irresponsibility of bankers worldwide is that London is not as expensive to visit as it has been for the last 10 or more years . The pound has not quite sunk without trace though, it still has some value but because the London's economy is so closely linked to banking and financial services the pound was hit pretty hard and that means that your dollar, yen or Euro is going to buy so much more. When people talk about London or indeed England they usually mention rain, but because of global warm summers in London are warm to hot these days, and that makes sightseeing a dream and it has so many said old and new to see, the Queen and The London Eye are on the top of most people's list, but those lists will just go on and on. One great way to take in most of the sights of London is a river trip, because like most very old cities London was built on first one then both banks of a river, in London's case the River Thames. From a river boat you will be able to take in the Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, The Houses of Parliament, The South Bank...

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Destination Spotlight – New Zealand

If you're thinking of traveling to the other side of the world for your holiday you want to be sure there is something worth seeing there, right? Thankfully, with New Zealand, there is. Here are the top five places to go. Lake Taupo Lake Taupo is situated in the center of the North Island of New Zealand and is one of the countries most popular tourist areas. Over 1.2 million tourists visit the lake each year. It is the largest fresh water lake in Australasia and is and is approximately he same size as Singapore. Napier Napier is a port city in Hawke's Bay. An earthquake in 1931 left the city largely destroyed so it was rebuilt in Art Deco Style and is now a popular tourist attraction for Art Deco enthusiasts around the world. South Island The South Island is the larger of the two major islands in New Zealand. The island is hugely popular with movie-buffs as sveral movies have been filmed here including the Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The Bay of Islands The Bay of Islands is located about 150 miles north of Auckland. The islands are great for fishing and boat trips and are also the ideal spot to watch dolphins swim. The islands are also historically significant as it was here...

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Destination Spotlight – New Zealand

If you're thinking of traveling to the other side of the world for your holiday you want to be sure there is something worth seeing there, right? Thankfully, with New Zealand, there is. Here are the top five places to go. Lake Taupo Lake Taupo is situated in the center of the North Island of New Zealand and is one of the countries most popular tourist areas. Over 1.2 million tourists visit the lake each year. It is the largest fresh water lake in Australasia and is and is approximately he same size as Singapore. Napier Napier is a port city in Hawke's Bay. An earthquake in 1931 left the city largely destroyed so it was rebuilt in Art Deco Style and is now a popular tourist attraction for Art Deco enthusiasts around the world. South Island The South Island is the larger of the two major islands in New Zealand. The island is hugely popular with movie-buffs as sveral movies have been filmed here including the Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia – The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The Bay of Islands The Bay of Islands is located about 150 miles north of Auckland. The islands are great for fishing and boat trips and are also the ideal spot to watch dolphins swim. The islands are also historically significant as it was here...

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