Pleasant Holidays at Papeete
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  Papeete, the capital city of islands of Tahiti, is a travel destination full of life and perfect introduction to the islands unique fusion of French flair and exotic Polynesia. Papeete has beautiful beaches tailor made for swimming, surfing and body boarding, and it is the centre for international competitions with some of the best surfing spots in the world. You may laze around at the beaches  [...]

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Caracas- Lively Nightlife And Places To Please Your Appetite
November 13, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Caracas- Lively Nightlife And Places To Please Your Appetite
The citizens always believe in having a good time and for that they are totally dependent on night bars, open air cafes, clubs and restaurants. They are reliant on excellent cuisines from worldwide to please convince their hunger. Immigration from all over the world to the city, during previous times, has also influenced their style of food. Hence, the city contains many restaurants right from Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Spanish, and Italian to French, among others. Some of the nightlife spots are: El León The bar is mainly frequented by youth and here you can enjoy your drinks in fresh breeze. The drinks are inexpensive along with happening atmosphere. Whiskey Bar Frequented by elite people and as a food for your ears, amazing rock music is also available. El Maní Es Así One of the most  [...]


The Must Visit Monuments Of Bogota
November 13, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
The Must Visit Monuments Of Bogota
Being in the city will give you a chance to visit many delightful places. Along with many cafes, restaurants, parks, the city also contains breath-taking historical places. The city is playing a crucial part in providing cultural offerings to South America with the presence of national monuments, art alleries, museums, library networks, sports and attraction parks, stage theatres. The most popularly visited places are: Plaza de Bolivar Located in the centre of the historic part of the city, it is regarded as Principal Square of the city. It also contains a statue of Simon Bolivar and all the important buildings right from governmental to political are visible from the square. La Candelaria Located around the Plaza de Bolivar, it is also counted as one of the important historic centers. Known  [...]


After The Sunset In Joburg
November 13, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
After The Sunset In Joburg
For a vibrant night out scene at Johannesburg, you should get to its suburbs. Suburbs like Rosebank, Rivonia, Melville and Norwood have bars, clubs and pubs oozing out on their streets. Melville for instance has Catz Pajamas, a 24 hour restaurant-cum-pub. In the Central Business District, Newtown is gaining grounds as a favourable night out area. Eating out is a viable option here in Johannesburg, with restaurants and hotels suiting the budgets of all kinds. Bars and Pubs Johannesburg has a number of bars, night clubs and pubs that have some great music and cool DJs. Black Steer is a popular sports bar in Rosebank Mall with an efficient service. Interestingly, it has a quiz night on Wednesdays. The Radium Beer Hall with live Jazz and vintage posters such as that of pre-war soccer team has good  [...]


Roaming Around The City’s Inner Circles
November 13, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Roaming Around The City’s Inner Circles
Public Transport: The cheap and best transport of the city, the buses voyage through each and every part of the city. The bus service is not at all behind from its counterparts exists in the developed countries.  There are two bus systems i.e, the traditional system and Trasmilenio. It took more than 30 years just to bring the buses on roads and the most astonishing thing about the transport is that it contains separate lanes and rest of the traffic doesn’t disturbs its movement. Actually, the entire transport system in the city was revolutionized with the beginning of bus system that was operated by TransMilenio. Taxis: If you feel bored by plighting with a bus for many times, than taxis is the best option. As soon as you step in the city, you will witness the yellow taxis queuing to welcome  [...]


Nightlife Comes In A Full Swing Bogota
November 13, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Nightlife Comes In A Full Swing Bogota
Experiencing nightlife of the city will provide you altogether unique experience as the city is eminent for vibrant night life. It has a wide variety of restaurants, bars, clubs and cultural activities to please anyone's preference. Zona Rosa is the one of the most happening spots. The other prominent zones are Candelaria, Usaquen, T, Parque de la , among others. The places provide best cuisines from all over the world and the nightclubs are mainly recognized for offering scores of music. Cafe Para Dos: The bar offers amazing mixed juices and the sitting arrangement is also very unique where people sit on cushions kept on floor. Alongwith nice Mexican food, it will also amuse you with Mexican music. If in a search of stronger taste, Museo del Tequilla  can be tried out. Cha-Cha: Decorated  [...]


Picturesque Caracas
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Picturesque Caracas
Undulating mountains, coastline, extended valley, located about 3000 feet above sea level, is the minute introduction of Caracas. The largest city of is the Venezuela, Caracas is regarded as one of the favorite tourist centers in-between Europe and South America. Planting its eyes on surviving in an excellent manner, the Caraqueños are moving ahead with the time. The city is located in an extended valley that expands from East to West. The valley on the one side is surrounded by bright green slants of Avila National park and the other side is valley witnesses sky-scraping hills. One can see take a glimpse of the city and the close by coast from the eternal Avila National Park. However, the picture of shanty towns surrounding the city and existing poverty still remains a hardcore reality. The  [...]


Fes – Reminiscing The Past
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Fes – Reminiscing The Past
Fes is a Muslim city in the North of Morocco, and while it has adapted well to tourist from all over the world, it hasn’t lost touch with its inherent Islamic values. Mosques are restricted for Muslims only. While all tourists are welcome to come here, they should dress up modestly, just as token of respect to the culture of this city. Wandering on the streets in Medina or the market of Fes takes you back by centuries. The décor, the architecture, the buildings and royal palaces, the magnificent gardens, all reflect the influence of civilizations from the Greeks to Romans to Byzantine to Arab that have invaded the North African country of Morocco and left behind their legacies to be treasured by generations to come. There are a number of cultural centers offering lectures, exhibitions and  [...]


Lungsod Ng Maynila Aka City Of Manila Aka Maynila
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Lungsod Ng Maynila Aka City Of Manila Aka Maynila
Not just the metropolitan capital of Philippines, the city of Manila is of the most important 17 cities in Philippines that make the manila metro. It is located in the western coast of Luzon Island. Before World War II, Manila was considered to be the most beautiful city in Asia. This picture changed after the World War II which ruined the whole city. After World War II it was second most destroyed city in the world after Warsaw, Poland. Today this modern developed city is considered to be the Christian city of Asia. Also Manila is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. The total land surface of Manila is about 38.55 km2. Also Manila is considered to be the most populous city in the Philippines. The total population of Manila city is around 1.6 millions. It is supposed to be the  [...]


Souks For Shopping And A Modest Night out
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Souks For Shopping And A Modest Night out
Fes is a conservative society and the night outs here may not be very exciting for the tourists. Bars are mostly in posh hotels and usually do not have the right atmosphere for women. However, you could be spoilt for choice if you wish to eat out or go shopping in Fes. Bars For a good drink, you would have to restrict yourself to the Hotel bars, unless you are one of the locals well versed with Arabic. Women too might find local bars uncomfortable. Being a conservative society, being drunk in public might get you stern looks from the people here. Nevertheless, among the good bars here are the bars of Hotel Batha. One of them is a comfortable lounge and the other one is more of a night club. Restaurant International too has a bar where you could find the local crowd though it isn’t all that  [...]


Destination Fes – Reaching And Touring The City
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Destination Fes – Reaching And Touring The City
The Moroccan city of Fes is an easily accessible destination, by air, rail or by roads. There are taxis and even intercity buses to serve the tourists. While the public mode of commuting here are buses, for tourists, a guided walking tour is advisable. Flights to Fes Fes is at 3 hours journey from London and Paris by flight and makes for an overnight journey from New York. The Saiss International Airport as the Fes Airport is called is at 15 kilometers to the south of city center. It is well-connected to domestic as well as international destinations. From Casablanca, it’s takes about 45 minutes to reach Fes. The Airport is equipped with basic facilities like a bureau for currency exchange, ATMs, eating joints etc. To get to the city from the airport, you could get in a Taxi or a bus. There  [...]


Fes – The Mystic City Of Moroccan
November 12, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Fes – The Mystic City Of Moroccan
The bewildering town of Fes, often spelled Fez and called Fas in Arabic, enfolds three cities in itself- the old city of Fes I-Bali and the new city Fes-I-Jedid that form the Medina and the one outside Medina, Ville Nouville, built by French. Thanks to its inherent cultural value, the architecture that reflects various civilizations and other historical sites, the medieval city of Fes is enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage sites. Walking through the streets and alleys of the maze that this city is, is a pleasure in itself, bringing to tourists the joy of romancing the remnants of the past. Location This third largest Moroccan city, after Casablanca and Rabat, is in the north of the North African country. It’s in the valley at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Climate The city has a continental  [...]