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Head Over to Sri Lanka for T20 World Cup 2012

Thousands of cricket fanatics will descend upon the “Emerald Isle” when the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 Championship, the fourth edition of the tournament, kicks off on 18th September 2012! In what is probably the most fantastic, the most thrilling format of the game, 12 national teams will attempt to out-class each other for the highly coveted crown of World Champions.

Traditional Markets and Souks of Abu Dhabi

Traditional markets and souks are a jewel in the crown of Abu Dhabi’s long-standing heritage. Visiting them is a pleasurable experience made complete by classic bargain shopping.

Kusadasi, Turkey: Different After Thirty Years, But Still Worth A Visit

Kusadasi has changed a lot since I lived there almost thirty years ago, but it is still a good holiday resort, with the beach only a few kilometers away from the city. Once a thriving resort it has seen more prosperous days, so things are really cheap there.

Westminster (SW1) District Guide

The Southwestern part of London offers us quite a few symbolic attractions that we can visit split in 8 different smaller postal districts. The SW1 area is known for being the home for some of the most iconic buildings in London, names that need no introduction to Englishmen and people beyond the borders of England, like the Buckingham Palace or the Westminster Palace. The story of this building starts somewhere around the year 1700 when it was constructed to serve as home for the Duke of Buckingham.

Famous Sights in Geneva’s Old Town

Many cities have an old town or quarter from which the larger city came forth. Geneva is no exception to this rule, as you will see when you arrive there by way of your Geneva airport transfers service. In this case the Old Town is also referred to as the Vieille Ville, and it holds close some impressive sights and attractions.

Five Things To Do In And Around Barmouth

The charming seaside town of Barmouth on the coast of Southern Snowdonia is an excellent destination for a family holiday. Here are five great things to do when you visit.

5 Tips to Enjoy Rome As a Tourist

You can find the best of Italy in Rome. If you want to enjoy the city as a tourist, here a few tips to make the most of your vacation.

Unwind Yourself in Kampot

If you want to slow down the pace while visiting the heart-shaped country – Cambodia, then one of the best stopovers for you will be Kampot – a lovely riverside town with an exquisite picture in the sunset over Bokor National Park. The town is directly connected to the rest of the country and Vietnam by well-maintained road.

Beijing Aquarium

Beijing Aquarium is located in Beijing Zoo with Beijing Exhibition Center, Beijing Planetarium in the south, covering an area of 120,000 square meters with a construction area of 42,000 square meters, which combines recreation, popular science education with tourism perfectly as one. The aquarium is trumpet shell-shaped against blue and orange background, fully representing the vast ocean and the infinite vitality of the marine creatures in it, where over 1,000 species fo 50,000 fishes are available. Beijing Aquarium is composed of six theme exhibition areas, namely, the Tropical Forest Wonder, the Touch Pool, the Undersea Loop, the Shark Hall, the Dolphin-Whale Bay and the Oceanic Theater.

7 Reasons to Fly to Rome

There are many reasons you should consider Rome as your next destination. Here just a few about entertainment, culture and people.

Enjoy Your Next City Break in the Historical Spa City of Bath

Whether you’re looking for a weekend city break, a family holiday, romantic short break or an inspiring cultural holiday, the spa city of Bath will be able to cater for everyone’s needs. Bath offers a wealth of things to do and see during your visit to the famous UNESCO World Heritage location. The city was originally used as a settlement and an important base in the South West by housing the Ancient Roman army when they ruled Britain; this was when it was first established as a spa with the then Latin name of Aquae Sulis (“the waters of Sulis”) in around AD 60. The remains of the Roman occupation can still be seen today.

How to Have Fun in the Pope’s City

The Pope’s city is not boring! Tips to find original things to do in Rome.

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