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The Grandiose Chateau Amboise on the Loire Valley

  Our parade of castles along the Loire Valley continues with Chateau Amboise, an awe-inspiring historical monument and a splendid example of Renaissance artistic refinement. Majestically perched on a cliff rising tall above the valley, the castle sagaciously watches over …

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The Towering Chateau Blois on the Loire Valley

Most of France’s history was written on the banks of the Loire, within the walls of the several dozens of magnificent royal castles, Renaissance mansions, medieval fortifications, and cathedrals. No wonder the lands at the confluence of the river Maine …

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Mysterious Knossos

  If you travel to Crete without visiting Knossos, you are missing out on the best part, the island’s most emblematic, mysterious, amazing, and largest archeological site, the former political and religious center of the Minoan culture, dating all the …

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Top 3 Markets in Bangkok

Even for the most experienced traveller, Bangkok offers new adventures. With its tasty restaurants, relaxing massage shops and electric night-life, it’s a buzzing, exciting environment where it feels as though anything could happen. Hidden among the massive skyscrapers and the …

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Ahmedabad in 48 Hours – Eat, Drink, Sleep

Ahmedabad, the biggest city in Gujarat, presents a startling combination of old and new. Old buildings, fascinating museums and colourful markets meet traffic frenzy and over-crowding. So, if you’re only there for 48 hours and want to experience the best …

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Majestic Mycenae

After a short stop in Athens and by the Corinth Canal, the next destination of our Greek saga was the Peloponnese Peninsula, where we visited the archeological site of Mycenae, one of the oldest fortified Greek cities, set between Argos …

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Five Unusual Balinese Festivals Not to Be Missed

1. The Ogoh-Ogoh Parades By five o’clock in the afternoon, locals and tourists in Sanur were already staking out prime parade watching positions at the town’s major intersection. Soon after sunset, large bamboo-and-paper effigies of demons and monsters, called ogoh-ogohs, …

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10 Killer Mountains and Their Death Tolls

Despite their beauty and majesty, danger lurks on their narrow ridges. Even the most skillful and experienced of mountain climbers can fall victim to their deceiving invitations. Kingdoms of snow, stone, and gusting winds, hundreds of human sacrifices stand to …

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