Leave it to an obscure archipelago between Norway and Iceland to take on Google. Last year, camera-strapped livestock began streaming a “Sheep View 360” to let potential tourists see what they couldn’t on Google Street View.

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When is it best to begin planning your trip to Europe? Though some experts disagree, the majority of them say that it’s just after the start of the new year, when air tickets tend to be priced at their lowest level. The optimum advance period is 120 days (four months), which means that a smart traveler purchases those tickets in January or February for a departure and stay in May or June.

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Head to Zaanse Schans

Zaanse Schans, Nl-nh, Netherlands

If you want to go away from the hustle bustle of the city and gaze at some Windmills in peace amidst serene surroundings, Zaanse Schans is the place. It took me about half an hour by bus to reach the Zaanse Schans terminal from Amsterdam Central Bus Station.

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CULINARY TRAILS WITH A TWIST  Region: Paris 
There’s never enough to try out when on a gastronomic adventure, especially in Paris! Read along for top suggestions. 

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What is your favorite family vacation you have ever taken? What did you love about it? In “How Do Families Around the World Spend Their Vacations?” Jaime Lowe writes about the different ways families across the globe spend their time off together.

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10 Fun and Affordable Vacation Escapes
10 Fun and Affordable Vacation Escapes

Hunting for the best budget vacation plans and most affordable cities to travel to? Fear not: Great food, beverages, culture and entertainment can all be had without breaking the bank.

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This year, skip Vail and book a trip to Italy. You’re starting to plan your pre-holiday vacation. Ski towns are fun. Aspen, with all its glorious panoramas and luxury resorts, seems like a solid choice for a destination…right?

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A long weekend away from work is good when you can get it, but research suggests vacations need to be at least eight days long in order to reap the full benefits.

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If you still haven’t checked into the Silo Hotel in Cape Town or snapped an Instagram shot underneath the hammerhead shark exhibit at Miami’s new Frost Science Museum, you’ve got some work to do. And fast.

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Malaysia is a tapestry of diverse cultural influences, drawing from its local indigenous, Malay, Indian and Chinese communities as well as its colonial heritage.

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For years, Malaysia cruised under the tourist radar, overshadowed by its more popular Southeast Asia neighbors such as Thailand and Singapore.

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5 Reasons why having a Travel Itinerary is Important
5 Reasons why having a Travel Itinerary is Important

Traveling is not as simple as choosing a destination and booking your plane ticket and accommodations. So why are there people who makes traveling look like a piece of cake? They can fly in and out without any major hitches. These travelers have one secret; they all have a travel itinerary.

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Dip into the therapeutic waters of Lava Hot Springs, Idaho
Dip into the therapeutic waters of Lava Hot Springs, Idaho

Who would have thought that the state of Idaho has a city named Lava Hot Springs!  It is known for its hot springs that are natural and therapeutic. Bring the entire family to Lava Hot Springs and enjoys days of fun, relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Historic Centres of Stralsund and Wismar
Historic Centres of Stralsund and Wismar

The medieval towns of Wismar and Stralsund are located on the Baltic coast of northern Germany. They were founded in the 13th century and by 14th and 15th centuries they had attracted the attention of the Hanseatic League. During this time, they became major trading hubs.

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Best Burger Joints In Tucson, Arizona
Best Burger Joints In Tucson, Arizona

As much as in any other United States' city, Tucson residents have a deep love for the burgers. This is why the city has one of the highest burger joints pa capita in the US.

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Explore Szentendre, Hungary, on a Horse Driven Carriage!
Explore Szentendre, Hungary, on a Horse Driven Carriage!

Walking on the cobbled stones streets of Szentendre can be tiresome, so if you want to explore the picturesque town of Szentendre, the most enjoyable way is to ride a horse driven carriage!

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10 OMG! situations that you may encounter during travel
10 OMG! situations that you may encounter during travel

Welcome to one of Tanzania's premier safari destinations - the spectacular Mwiba Lodge.

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Enjoy Some Indian Cuisine at Vij's Restaurant in Vancouver
Enjoy Some Indian Cuisine at Vij's Restaurant in Vancouver

Vij's boasts a menu as diverse as India. It serves a 3 course menu including: appetizers such as grilled coconut kale on pearl barley pilaf and eggplant in thick yogurt and garlic curry; Main dish including saag-paneer with Punjabi daal and chapati; and drinks such as ginger lemon juice, storm brewing, Bombay Sake, Cardamom Side Car, Mangalore Temple, and Whiskey charmer.

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10 Interesting Facts About Wat Phra Kaew in Thailand
10 Interesting Facts About Wat Phra Kaew in Thailand

As hard as the name 'Wat Phra Kaew' is to pronounce for those of us who do not speak Thai, it is easily the most recognized name in Thailand. The name 'Wat Phra Kaew' is translated as the 'Temple of the Emerald Buddha'. This Thai temple is considered the most holy of all temples in Thailand and is a potent religio-political symbol of the Thai society.

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Recommendations for Delicious and Authentic Sri Lankan Restaurants
Recommendations for Delicious and Authentic Sri Lankan Restaurants

Sri Lanka is a small country that is sometimes eclipsed by its larger neighbor - India. What most people do not know is that it is a hidden gourmet diners' paradise.

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A Voyage of Discovery to the Sacred Taj Mahal
A Voyage of Discovery to the Sacred Taj Mahal

The word 'Taj Mahal' is Arabic for 'crown of palaces'. The mausoleum is constructed with some inflections from Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles. It just goes to show how far the Mughal Empire extended its influence.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Maldives
5 Things You Need to Know About Maldives

There are no hills, mountains or valleys in the Maldives. The highest elevation in the country is 2.4 meters. It is the flattest country in the world and is suitable for those looking to enjoy the warm sun and Indian Ocean climate.

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Unique Ways to Ring in the New Year's With the Family in Mumbai
Unique Ways to Ring in the New Year's With the Family in Mumbai

You can have the time-of-your-life ushering in the New Year in Mumbai. Previously known as Bombay, this capital of Maharashtra state of India is home to 20.5 million people - the largest in India and fourth largest in the world. It also happens to be the best place to be on the eve of the New Year.

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5 Things You Didn't Know About Port Blair
5 Things You Didn't Know About Port Blair

The town of Port Blair boasts a tropical Monsoon climate that sees little variation in temperature. It gets rainfall throughout the year, except for the months of January, February and March. Whatever time you decide to visit Port Blair, you will find a good weather.

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