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✈ Travel Beauty Essentials (haircare, skincare and packing tips! )

Posted on December, 20 2014



My favourite beauty, hair, skincare, feet and hand products for trips and travel. Plus other packing tips! FOLLOW ME: Twitter- http://twitter.com/heynadine F…

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Dammam desert camel ride & other things to do, saudi arabia

Posted on December, 20 2014

Dammam is a great vacation destination, with many fun & adventurous activities that will add to your experience of visiting the Middle East.

Dammam city is a eastern region of saudi arabia, perfect for foreigners and visitors. The city is one of the largest cities of Saudi Arabia that just lies on the footsteps of the Persian Gulf. The eastern province and particularly Dammam is abundant in oil resources and which offers one of the most important port and hub of the country. The city is tourism friendly because it forms the longest channel that flutters besides the waves of Persian Gulf. The city is easily accessible to international visitors as it has the largest airport in the world. Dammam is also popular for its seaside view, as this is a big port city in Saudi Arabia. For you to make your stay in Dammam worthwhile here are some of the things that you need to include in your to-do list.

Best places to visit, attractions and activities

Desert Camel Ride

Category: Nightlife

Unfinished Spanish cathedral is being built on 53 years of faith

Posted on December, 20 2014

There are hundreds of magnificent cathedrals across Europe, so why do streams of visitors journey to a Madrid suburb to see an unfinished cathedral being built largely with discarded materials and without blueprints by an eccentric, elderly man?

My wife, two friends and I decided to see for ourselves, leaving behind the museums and tapas bars of Madrid. As we traveled to Mejorada del Campo, we wondered about the cathedral’s builder, 89-year-old Justo Gallego Martinez, better known as Don Justo. Is he a modern-day Don Quixote flailing at an impossible dream, or is he a visionary of extraordinary persistence, perhaps even a genius?

As we entered the cathedral, rays of sunlight poured through an unfinished dome, creating a sunburst of filtered light. Don Justo, a small, wiry man, greeted us with a wide smile. He told us that his first ambition — to become a Roman Catholic monk — was shattered when he contracted tuberculosis and had to leave the monastery. He prayed, meditated and finally came up with a plan to serve God. He would build a church, or better yet, a cathedral.

Don Justo was neither an architect nor engineer and lacked construction experience. No matter. He consulted books and photos of cathedrals and other famous buildings and began construction in 1961.

In that era, during the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, Mejorada del Campo was a tiny farming community. No one paid much attention to construction that began without building permits.

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Category: Vacations

Travel Tips for New Grads: When to Book Your Flight to Get the Best Deals

Posted on December, 19 2014



Cracking the Secret Code of Travel every Thursday. http://bit.ly/SoniasTravelsYT Sonia Gil’s shares her tips for getting the best deals when booking your fli…

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Christmas holiday market at the distillery district in toronto

Posted on December, 18 2014

Glowing Christmas lights, entertainment, holiday themed shows and events-Santa’s Elves Singing, shopping, food delights and a ferris wheel are all part of The Toronto Christmas Market’s Old World traditional charm.

Festive spirit and cheer is canvasing neighborhoods, towns, and cities in the lead up to Christmas Day. In holiday season Toronto will once again celebrate the romance and magic of a traditional Christmas at Toronto Christmas Market. This week, with family in town, we thought of no better way to heighten the excitement than to visit the famous Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District. Inspired by the Old World and influenced by the New, this free annual event captures all of the tradition, heritage and charm of a European Christmas Market, while showcasing hundreds of unique and local handcrafted products. Family friendly entertainment includes musicians, carolers and children’s choirs. Open since November 28th to Sunday December 21st, you will find many holiday attractions, vendors, activities, and entertainment for all ages.

What is a Christmas Market?

A Christmas market is a street market which celebrates the traditional sights, sounds and scents of Christmas and is staged during the weeks leading up to Christmas. These markets originated in Germany, beginning in the early 1400’s, and are now being held in countries all over the world.

Category: Nightlife

FLKITB7790 Kissimmee Villa For Vacation or Holiday Rental|Tourist Information America

Posted on December, 18 2014



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Tired of waiting at border crossings? Now, there’s an app for that

Posted on December, 17 2014
 Tired of waiting at border crossings? Now, theres an app for that

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has a new mobile app that will tell travelers how long they’ll have to wait in line at land border crossings to Mexico and Canada.

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Category: Vacations

Statue of liberty near eiffel tower for wanderers in paris

Posted on December, 17 2014

The popular attraction near eiffel tower, Statue of Liberty was essentially a gift from France to the United States as a symbol of the bond that the two nations forged during the American Revolutionary War.

Are looking to visit the statue of liberty, Don’t think that you need to go to New York to admire the Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World! The paris offers you many of top destinations with the eiffel tower tour. It is said that the original Statue Of Liberty is not in New York but in Paris. Very near to the Eiffel Tower, over the Seine River, there’s a little island with an also little Statue Of Liberty. This statue was the pattern of Miss Liberty. The Statue Of Liberty was a present of France to the United States in 1886. It was made by French sculptor Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi. Gustave Eiffel also collaborated in the project. The original cast ‘life size’ Statue of Liberty stands amongst the beautiful flower gardens, and fountains in Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. Of course this is only a replica but a 22m high replica! It is located at the western tip of the Ile aux Cygnes (Island of the Swans) and faces west towards her ‘big sister’ located beyond the seas.The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States, is dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.

The Ile aux Cygnes is a man-made embankment built in 1827 to serve as a point of reinforcement for the construction of three Parisian bridges.It connects the Pont de Bir-Hakeim to the Pont de Grenelle and is traversed by the Pont Rouelle.The 890m long x 11m wide embankment was originally known as Digue de Grenelle.It was renamed after an ancient island attached to the left bank during the construction of the Champ de Mars in the 18th century.

On her pedestal she’s approximately 15 feet high, and absolutely ‘magnifique’ among the flowers and trees. This was architect Batholdi’s miniature mold for our US Statue of Liberty, which was to represent peace and freedom for man. It is a most treasured gift from France to the United States. The larger Statue of Liberty is a fifth of the size of our US Statue stands upon a bit of land called ‘Swan Ally’ in the Seine near the Grenelle Bridge. This exact Statue of Liberty replica monument was offered to the French by the Americans as a remembrance to commemorate the Centennial of the French Revolution. It was inaugurated on November 15, 1889 and was placed so that it faced the Eiffel Tower. However, its creator and architect Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was most upset that it did not face the New York Statue of Liberty, so at the World’s Fair in Paris in 1837 the statue was turned around to face America.

Category: Nightlife

Propane System – General Information – RV, Motor Home, Travel Trailer

Posted on December, 16 2014



This informational video offers a basic understanding of the systems and appliances on your RV, travel trailer, or motor home that use liquid propane or LP. …

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Packing For Vacation ☀️ + Tips

Posted on December, 15 2014



Watch in 1080HD LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE!!! Let’s Get 150 LIKES!!! In this video I give you helpful tips and tricks on how to pack for a vacation, beach holi…

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