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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Mexican Hat, Utah, USA
Just south of the Town of Mexican Hat, Utah is a rock formation that gave the town its name. This is in an area just north of the “Valley of the Gods” or Navajo National Monument. A rock balanced atop a large sandstone outcropping that some people feel looks like the brim of a hat. It is difficult to tell how large that top section is or just how far up the formation stands. My guess is …
This review was featured on Wednesday March 21st, 2007
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Very cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Yosemite Village, California, USA
Yosemite NP is a paradise for hikers. In 1996 my cousin and I spent some days there and chose to go for the summit of Half Dome. It is probably one of the most famous day hikes in the U.S. Considering the fact that the total elevation gain is 4,800 feet (1463 m) it is a pretty long hike (17 miles/27.4 km round-trip). Duration: 10 to 12 hours (for ordinary mortals). We set out for the ramble ver…
This review was featured on Tuesday March 13th, 2007
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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Cathedral Gorge State Park, USA
Along Highway 93 just a couple of miles north of Panaca, Nevada is Cathedral Gorge. This is a long, narrow valley where erosion has carved dramatic and unique patterns in the soft bentonite clay. Miller Point, a scenic overlook just north of the park entrance on U.S. 93, offers excellent views of the scenic canyon. At the park entrance is the Regional Visitor Center and offers displays and informa…
This review was featured on Saturday March 10th, 2007
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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Band-i-Amir, Afghanistan
The Band-i-Amir lakes are quite possibly the most dramatic and beautiful lakes in the world. The name "Band-i-Amir" means "Dams of the King (Amir)" and refer to the natural calcium dams that have built up over the ages. The five lakes radiate amazing hues of blue, that are in stark contrast to the barren cliffs that surround the water. It is impossible to express in words the effects this has o…
This review was featured on Saturday March 3rd, 2007
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Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Mexico City, Mexico
I visit my hometown of Mexico City twice a year. I've gotten a gun pointed twice, a brand new laptop stolen, and two watches (Kenneth Cole)stolen. So I know how things work in Mexico City. My favorite place in Mexico is Teotihuacan. One of the largest city of ancient Aztec time to have been built by the Aztec culture. The Pyramids are amazing and huge. I've been to other pyramids in Mexico smaller…
This review was featured on Sunday February 25th, 2007
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Surin, Thailand
Surin Island might not be top of mind list to go in Thailand; however,this place is accredited as a greatest service from Thailand Tourism Authority. It's famous for clear blue water and sky, islands, coral and pure nature. No one ever go there once. I myself really enjoyed my time there more than Similan. It's not just about the place and things to see but experiece from people and their passion…
This review was featured on Friday February 23rd, 2007
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Expensive "Nightlife & Entertainment" in Sheffield, England, UK
I've never been a fan of the pubs on London Road.  They're generally a bit 'townie' for my tastes I'm afraid. The Cremorne on the other hand strikes a distinctive path in it's own direction.  Having recently come under new management it’s been transformed into a haven for the artistic and eccentric amongst us.  Students mingle with musos who mix with older clubbers in a (generally) relaxed…
This review was featured on Wednesday February 21st, 2007
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Hyderabad, India
Hyderabad, fifth largest metropolis in India, is the melting pot of south and north India. The city is 400 years old and is noted for its beauty, mosques, bazaars, hills and lakes.There is a huge manmade lake which surrounded by beautiful parks. City is rich in history and culture, a rich and varied heritage in arts, crafts and dance. It has lot to offer for tourists. It is called City of Nizams s…
This review was featured on Saturday February 17th, 2007
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
Usually, castles are castles.  But Ludwig II decided to try and build a castle after castles were no longer needed.  In fact he didn't even start building it until 1869.  And it still wasn't really finished when he died in 1886.  This castle had all of the most modern and inovative technologies, including a form of central heating, running water everywhere and a kitchen with the most advance…
This review was featured on Friday February 9th, 2007
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Cheap "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Sheffield, England, UK
Yankees is like taking a step back in time to a period when a real American Burger joint seemed exotic and exciting.  Basically we're talking about somewhere in the mid eighties!  Don't get me wrong, that's not a bad thing.  In fact it's a very very good thing. We used to come here a lot back when I was a kid - it was a regular choice for birthdays and special events.  Coming back now for …
This review was featured on Tuesday February 6th, 2007
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