Posts Tagged: "USA"

National Geographic: The United States of America

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We all know how rich of an archive National Geographic has, but now we’re able to see a fraction of it. In The United States of America, they give us a great tour though the states with 700 images taken in the last century. First, we got to see Around the World in 125 Years and it was …

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Commercial Flights From The US To Cuba To Start By Fall 2016

After a half century break, the USA is re-establishing commercial flights to Cuba. Cuba is a very popular Caribbean destination and it’s one of the favorite destinations for Canadian tourists. The commercial flights from the US to Cuba are expected to start this fall and these represent a good sign of renewing political bonds and …

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Hotel Emma In San Antonio Texas

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Hotel Emma is one more brilliant example of interior design that balances historical with the modern. Located in San Antonio, this authentic building used to be a brewhouse but is now turned into a hotel with 146 luxury rooms. Roman and Williams design firm transformed the 19th-century building’s industrial interior into a unique place where …

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DISCOVER THE 15 BEST KEPT SECRETS IN SAN FRANCISCO

San Francisco is a big, beautiful and urban city. Everyone’s heard of its most visited places, but for those who seek for unconventional destinations, there are many hidden and secret gems left to explore. Some of them are even in the heart of the city and easy to find. If you are in the mood …

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Discover the 14 Best Kept Secrets of New York City

One of the most beautiful cities in the world and certainly one that many of us wish to visit is best known for Times Square, Manhattan, Fifth Avenue, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park. But did you know that there are also so many beautiful and interesting places in New York that are well hidden …

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GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – MONTANA, USA

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If we surveyed one hundred people and asked them whether they would rather go to a tropical country for a vacation or to a ski resort, we bet that the majority of them would go for the former. However, if they knew anything about Glacier National Park in Montana, U.S.A., and the out-of-the-world holiday experience …

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AMES HOTEL | BOSTON

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The Ames building, constructed in 1893 in Byzantine-Romanesque style, is certainly one of the most exquisite, historically significant landmarks in Boston, and, as such, a great setting for an iconic hotel like the Ames Boston Hotel. Although the hotel has contemporary finishes, thanks to designer David Rockwell, it still emanates the spirit of the 19th century …

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CALISTOGA RANCH | AUBERGE RESORTS

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What enchanting Tuscany is for Europe, Napa Valley is for America. The valley is an ideal setting for a calm, relaxing, rejuvenating, sun-kissed holiday, and for that you should go no further than an Auberge resort called Calistoga Ranch. The ranch is situated in the nostalgic town of Calistoga, in a private canyon in Northern …

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WANDAWEGA LAKE RESORT | WISCONSIN

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When you think of summer camps, the images that usually conjure up in one’s mind are the stress-free life back in the 1950s or 1960s, boy scouts, woods, sleeping bags, camping, summer away from parents… Well, Wandawega Lake Resort is something like that except this is a camp for adults, with communal showers, small log …

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