Madrid’s Famous Landmarks: Visiting the Puerta de Alcala

9) Stave Churches

The metropolis of Bursa, Turkey in northwestern Anatolia is a lively and historic city that boasts countless points of interest, but what to see and do in Bursa depends largely on where your interests lie. Bursa’s roots can be traced back to 5200 B.C., the year the area was first settled. What is now Turkey’s fourth-largest city swapped hands between the Greek, Bithynia, and Roman Empires before it became the first major capital of the Ottoman Empire between 1335 and 1363.

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Is there a place you find yourself returning to again and again? What about it is so alluring?

Now in summer I have a few shorter trips around Slovakia and Czech republic, and then the Balkans. In the fall and winter it will be somewhere more exotic, most probably in Asia. But details will remain a secret for a bit longer.

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Vintage Airstream for Rent in Colorado Mountains

In this episode, David spends a couple of days touring the Povardarie Wine Region in Macedonia – one of the country’s three main wine producing regions. Here, he explores three of the region’s top wineries: Tikves, Stobi, and Popova Kula.

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What has the Salman Rushdie quote, “To understand just one life, you must swallow the world” meant to you?

On our way to dinner, Imro revealed a tree and me a tree. Because we’re not the only ones there, it would only be the two of us. I hoped to find some caiman at night after dinner.

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Scotland is an excellent destination for a range of factors. The cities have a good deal of activities, from the Fringe Festival in August, through to theatres, museums and much more. Then there are the landscapes. A road trip across Scotland’s famous North Coast 500 driving course, or a trip to the Isle of Skye, or a trip which takes in a number of whiskey distilleries — there is just so much to see and do!

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View over Tangier from the rooftop of Dar Nour Guest House 

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The Drive to Cornwall

At night you must visit Chiang Rai’s night bazaar. Here you can buy dvd’s, clothing and goods from the local hill tribes. It’s the perfect place to have dinner, and we recommend skipping the restaurant and eating at the food court. If you’re the adventurous type, try some crickets and worms like we did!

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