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London Bridge Isn't Falling Anytime Soon

London Bridge is an iconic piece of British architecture, long-embedded in international minds as an English landmark. Different versions of the bridge have existed throughout time, as original models succumbed to hazards, the fall of the Roman Empire, and even auctions. The most current structure was built in 1973, with the 1821 construction over the River...

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Ancient British Landmark a Mysterious Delight

Thousands of years old, Stonehenge still reigns over the green, Salisbury Plain of Wiltshire, England, radiating a sense of storied grandiosity.A prehistoric Neolithic monument, scholars have affirmed that the Stonehenge once served as a burial site. According to a BBC report, members of the Stonehenge Riverside Project led by Professor Mike Parker Pearson believe that it...

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You Navigate. We'll Steer. Avalon Waterways Unveils "Your Way" Cruising

    In 2020, Avalon Waterways is inviting travelers to chart their own course, at their own pace, before or after their cruise with its NEW YourWay program. Utilizing sister companies – Monograms and Globus – Avalon Waterways is making it easier for cruisers to customize their European river cruise vacation, from start to finish.   ...

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Top 5 Tips for Traveling with Rocky Mountaineer

    Rocky Mountaineer, the luxury tourist train operating in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest, is the best way to see all this part of the world has to offer. The train takes you on a journey alongside rivers, through mountain towns tucked under towering peaks, and into the heart of the Canadian Rockies. We’ve...

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Love is a Trip With Couples Resorts

    Upgrade Every Expectation. Begin the journey – or write the next chapter to your love story – at Couples, Jamaica’s favorite all-inclusive luxury resorts. From Ocho Rios to Negril, these four oceanfront hotels were built on one idea: true love is the trip of a lifetime. Giving you more is what Couples Resorts is...

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German University Town That Will Make LA Students Crazy Jealous

Surrounded by rolling green hills, Heidelberg is a small, charming town located in south-west Germany. Mostly known for housing the country’s oldest university and one of Europe’s finest, students lugging around their backpacks and carrying thick books fill the streets and occupy the tram.Photo credit: bortescristian on Visualhunt.com / CC BYThe city’s architecture is riveting, combining...

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Arch of Triumph: A Symbol of Glory

It goes without saying that Paris is one of the most famous cities in the world and its most renowned attraction the Eiffel Tower; however, this week, Tatian's Travel selected the Arch of Triumph, called the Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile in French, as a global highlight.Commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte, the structure is a symbol of...

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Winter Wonderland: Neuschwanstein Castle

Photo credit: trialsanderrors on Visual hunt / CC BYThe European continent is speckled with breathtaking and ethereal castles that look as if they emerged from fairytales. Among the most famous is Neuschwanstein, built in the 19th century upon the orders of King Ludwig II. Both renowned and vilified for his eccentricity, Ludwig was also called “The...

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Halloween Highlight: Magic and Witchcraft in Salem

A lingering tail of magic and mystery follows Salem into the present. A historic town situated in Massachusetts, Salem’s early years are marred with sinister tales of witch hunts — an epidemic that saw hundreds of citizens accused and more than a dozen persecuted in the Puritanical society between the years 1692 and 1693. Despite its...

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Atlantis Paradise Island, a Luxurious Getaway

Opened in 1968, Atlantis Paradise Island is a massive resort inspired by the fictional lost city of Atlantis. However, only when South African hotel magnate Sol Kerzner purchased the hotel in 1994 did the resort truly expand into a fixture of the Nassau, Bahamas community, attracting countless tourists every year.Photo credit: CL Photographs on VisualHunt.com /...

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