Archive July 2017

5 Must-Visit places in the United Kingdom

For a genuine travelling enthusiast, the United Kingdom is most certainly one of the best and mandatory places to visit. In fact, England, Wales, Scotland, and many Offshore Islands are great vacation goals for families, singles and couples. It can also be considered a ‘great bargain’ holiday since the dollar is rising high against the pound sterling. So much to offer The UK has long been a favourite Europe-tour-and-travel destination for many because of its exquisite, easy-on-the-eye country side, top notch museums, outstanding art theatres and historic cities. You can either plan to...

Top Destinations in Turkey for 2017

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The first European settlement in the New World

While driving north along the TransCanada Highway, I was stopped by a moose. I sat stranded along the stretch of roadway in northern Newfoundland known as the Viking Trail, which leads to L’Anse Aux Meadows National Historic Site, the only authenticated Norse settlement in North America. As I waited for him to carry on his way, I noticed that the tree branches in the forest lining this section of road all pointed east, angled by the force of the wind blowing inland off the Strait of Belle Isle, the narrow strip of water separating Newfoundland from Labrador. View image of...

Three Must Visit Places In Summer Time

If the beautiful views and the good weather are the food for the soul, the following three places are ‘a must’ for everyone that wants to feed it with the most luxurious and rich pieces. When we say ‘a must visit places’ we mean as soon as possible, as that places are a real heaven on Earth so you would want to come back there over and over again. Below you can see collection of three must visit places in summer time. 1. Fiji Island The island of Fiji which official name is the Republic of Fiji is an island country in the South Pacific Ocean, Melanesia. It is located about 2,000 km...

The German village that changed the war

Like many people, I initially visited the German island of Usedom for its sandy beaches, fischbrotchen (a local fish sandwich) and quaint seaside towns, such as Heringsdorf. The small, remote resort was popular with the Prussian royalty, and later, East Germans. But between 1936 and 1945, the Nazis occupied one village for a darker purpose. View image of Usedom draws visitors with its white sandy beaches and quaint seaside towns (Credit: Credit: Ullstein Bild/Getty Images) Peenemünde looks out across the mouth of the River Peene where it drifts into the Baltic Sea. In...

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