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Ajaccio: A French Commune Where Napoleon Bonaparte was Born

October 26, 2014 |

Ajaccio is a French commune, prefecture of the department of Corse-du-Sud, and head office of the Collectivité territoriale de Corse (capital city of Corsica). Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Ajaccio in 1769 in the Casa Buonaparte, which is now open to the public. Ajaccio has a varied tourism potential, with both a cultural framework in the centre of the city and a natural heritage around the coves and beaches of the Mediterranean Sea. Here are the highlights:Read More

San Miguel, See The Authentic El Salvador in The Wild East Tradition

October 17, 2014 |

San Miguel is the third largest city in El Salvador and center of agriculture and production. The weather is amazing, very warm and subtle and so the “Wild East” offers tourists the opportunity to get off the beaten path and see an authentic El Salvador.You can find the best sea food in central america fresh from the coast of San Miguel at El Cuco, Playa Esteron, Intipuca Beach and Playa Las Flores. Here’s what you can see and do in San Miguel:Read More

Saas Fee Offers A Views of Some of the Tallest Mountains in Europe

October 17, 2014 |

Saas Fee is a mountain town located in the Swiss Valais. The town is best known for its views of some of the tallest mountains in Europe. It offers Skiing and Snowboarding for 10 months of the year. There are also a huge amount of hiking paths around the area, including the Monte Rosa hiking trail. Besides the obvious ‘WOW’ factor when you look up at the mountains after walking out of the Post Bus Station, here are what you can see and do in the area:Read More

Sebastian: Home of Pelican Island, Friendly People & Six Old Grouches

October 17, 2014 |

Sebastian is a small town in south east Florida on the Indian River at Sebastian Inlet. The town of Sebastian was a fishing village as early as the 1870s. Nearby Pelican Island was declared the United States’ first National Wildlife refuge in 1903. A welcoming sign proclaims the town to be “Home of Pelican Island, friendly people & six old grouches.” Here are what you can see and do in the area:Read More

The Colorful Variety of Beaches Names in Pensacola Beach

October 16, 2014 |

Pensacola Beach is a city in West Florida. It is located on Santa Rosa Island, a 40-mile barrier island. It is an independent community from its neighbor, Pensacola. It is unincorporated and administered by Escambia County. For decades, every stretch of sand on the island was simply called Pensacola Beach. Now, there’s a colorful variety of names for the beaches, some old, some new, and some really weird:Read More

South Korea’s Largest Single Pedestrian Drinking, Dining and Clubbing District in Gwangju

October 16, 2014 |

Gwangju also known as Kwangju, is in South Jeolla, South Korea. It has an interesting claim to fame as having the largest and most modern bus terminal and possibly the largest single pedestrian drinking, dining and clubbing district in the country. It has a thriving youth and arts culture and even a glance down the streets of Geumnamno will note a generally more fashion-conscious populace. Here are some of the highlights:Read More

Surf in La Libertad Beaches and Eat The Worlds Famous Shrimp Cocktails

October 15, 2014 |

La Libertad is one of the largest and most diverse in El Salvador. Well-known areas of this departement include Antiguo Cuscatlan, the richest and most urbanized municipality in the whole country of El Salvador. The La Libertad beaches are some of the best surfing beaches in the country as well as in the whole Central American region. Here’s another sites you can visit in La Libertad:Read More

The Strong Greek Presence in Tarpon Springs, USA

October 15, 2014 |

Tarpon Springs is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. Tarpon Springs is known for its implication in the sponge diving industry and its strong Greek presence. In fact, it has the highest percentage of Greeks of any city in America. There are several locations in Tarpon Springs which have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places:Read More

Visit The Historic Places in Punta Gorda

October 14, 2014 |

Punta Gorda is a city in Charlotte County, Florida, United States. The name “Punta Gorda” has been on maps at least since 1851, referring to a point of land that juts into Charlotte Harbor, an estuary off the Gulf of Mexico. It is the county seat of Charlotte County and the only incorporated municipality in the county. There are many historic places in Punta Gorda, here are the highlights:Read More

The Rare Sense of Peace in Little Gasparilla Island

October 14, 2014 |

Little Gasparilla Island is a tropical barrier island located just off the Southwest Coast of Florida. Situated halfway between Sarasota and Ft. Myers, it benefits from cool tropical breezes in the summer and warm sunshine in the winter. Mostly, Little Gasparilla offers privacy and tranquility and a rare sense of peace not found at many Florida vacation spots. Here are what you can see and in the island:Read More