Croatia: A Classic Destination To Visit
April 2, 2014 – 4:06 am | No Comment
To experience the overwhelming beauty of nature a trip to Croatia is a must, and the memories of this trip will be etched in your heart for eternity. Behind the overwhelming beauty of Croatia lies a tumultuous history of conquest by Greeks, Romans, Turks, Venetian emperors, to name a few, but mother nature has been kind to the country to overcome all the conquests and still retain its old world charm  [...]

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Vacation at Indianapolis: The Circle City
March 15, 2010 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Vacation at Indianapolis: The Circle City
Indianapolis, the capital city of the state of Indiana is also known as The Circle City, the Racing Capital of the World and Naptown. Founded in the year 1821, the city has some mind-blowing attractions to explore. The city has total 368.2 square miles of area, out of which 361.5 square miles is of land and only 6.7 square miles of area are covered by water. The city lies in the Central Till Plains region in the United States where two natural waterways dissects the city – they are the White River and Fall Creek. Indianapolis is the capital city of the United States’ state of Indiana and is also the county seat of Marion County, Indiana. Also it is the largest city of Indiana and is the second most densely inhabited state capital. As I stay in United States, I thought to visit there this  [...]


Exploring Montevideo
December 3, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Exploring Montevideo
One of the largest cities of Uruguay and is said to be country’s cultural, economical as well as administrative powerhouse. The locals enjoy their nightlife with fun. The clubs and bars of the city are jam-packed with the locals and you can hear the tunes of Tango and Candombe music. The lively rivers, green gardens and attractive parks are giving you some of the best reasons to visit the city once. The city’s port takes care of nation’s maximum foreign trade and close by beaches are also favorite spot among the tourists visit there. The city’s calm climate will not create any problem in scheduling your holidays and you can tour the city any month of the year however, the months of January and February could be relatively war. The city is very prosperous as far as architectural heritage  [...]


Historical Hanoi’s Must Visits
November 18, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Historical Hanoi’s Must Visits
Attractive, historic, and definitely interesting, Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi is a joy for every tourist to explore. Hanoi city is found in northern Vietnam on the bank of the Red River, and it is not only the political capital of the country, but also its cultural hub. Hanoi’s travel tourism has been increasing with the passing years, and the city does act as an excellent base if you wish to visit the mountains situated in the north of the country. May be, Hanoi is relatively slow-paced city, but in no way with its nearly three million citizens it is by no way going to act dormant. Traces of modern Vietnam are found in various parts of Hanoi city. Here you can find new shops, hotels, and cafes are springing up, yet you can still find a good many historic places which are worth visiting.  [...]


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  [...]


You Will Be Directing The Next Lord Of The Rings, On Wheel
November 13, 2009 | Remarkable Drives | No Comment
You Will Be Directing The Next Lord Of The Rings, On Wheel
North Island, New Zealand Considered as one of the most excellent sources of escapades, New Zealand is affluent with some very jagged and serene landscapes. Along with adventure, the presence of European and Polynesian legacy on this assorted piece of land makes it a significant hub of history and ethnicity. Due to its enormous exquisiteness and speckled vistas, it is no surprise that Kiwi Peter Jackson chose this vicinity for filming most of vistas of his movie Lord of the Rings. Overview The charming panorama of forests with abundant downpour, frayed mountains, volcanic turfs, undulating hills of green lands, and biggest lake of the country along this 460-mile route will relinquish you with enduring reminiscence of your lifetime. This is a course not only to quench your thirst for sights  [...]


Casablanca: A Romantic City
November 9, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Casablanca: A Romantic City
Romanticized by one of the best Hollywood movies Casablanca, the Moroccan city of Casablanca is a pleasure to visit. With an architectural heritage, a consequence of contributions by the colonial powers like the French, Portuguese, and Spain combine with the local Moroccan style of architecture, Casablanca has lot of historical buildings such as the Hassan II Mosque for the people to marvel at. To cater to the tourists, there are amusement parks, museums, beaches and a modest night for some fun and frolic. Location Fondly called Casa, it is a neighbor to the city of Rabat by 70 kilometers, the Capital of the North African country of Morocco. Climate Located in a hot country of Morocco, Casablanca too is hot. The evenings in summer though are cool while the winter could turn out to be chilly.  [...]