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travel review from Monrovia, Liberia
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At Broad street and Randall street you can find shared taxies (some boy will help you to get the right one, they get payed by the driver but you can give them also some small money) to the Red Light …
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some interesting places in the city
travel review from Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Franciscan monastery is situated at Placa, opposite of the big Onofrio's fountain. The Holy Savior Church is next to it. The cloister was built in late Romanesque style in 1360. The rule of the Franciscan order was to take care …
travel blog from Dubrovnik, Croatia
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The name of the city is derived from the word dubrava, the local name for forest.  In the 15th century there was the Dubrovnik Republic.  In 1808 was officially abolished the Republic of Dubrovnik when Dubrovnik entered in the community …
travel blog from Nacogdoches, Texas
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Coming back from Van Zandt county I was not in a hurry to get home. On Texas hwy 21 Eastbound I turned South on Texas hwy 225 at Douglas in Nacogdoches County to see Deadmans Curve and an important Historic …
travel blog from Nacogdoches, Texas
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In the 1680s the Spanish established a series of indian trails from Mexico to Natchitoches Louisiana by way of whats now Nacogdoches and San Antonio. The trail was called Camino Real a la Tierra de los Tejas. www.ElCaminoTrail.org On July …
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Pampa is a small town in the North Texas "panhandle". Pampa is about 60 miles NE of Amerillo on US hwy 60 where it intersects with Texas hwy 70. There are few services in Pampa. It is a farming area …
travel review from Colorado Springs, Colorado
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If you are looking for some something sweet, Cole's is the place for you. They not only have sweet tasty candy, but they are known for there amazing popcorn. As a popcorn lover, I find that this "mom and pop" …
travel review from Rye, Colorado
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Great trip for those in the area and out of towners! The drive up there was beautiful during the winter days. There was snow all over in the mountains, and even while we were out there it snowed more. We …
travel blog from New York, New York
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Why Is Book keeping EssentialBookkeeping is a very essential component of an effective enterprise and it also provides an accurate membership of your own each day functions. There is lots of regular features though running a small business and also …
travel review from Dubrovnik, Croatia
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There is no better refreshment in Dubrovnik from their drinking water direct from fountains in the Old Town. Dubrovnik water supply comes from the spring in Ĺ umet. Once a foreign tourist saw me drinking it from a very nice fountain …
travel review from Dubrovnik, Croatia
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In the end of Stradun and in front of the Church of St. Blaise ( Crkva svetog Vlaha) there is a statue of the medieval knight holding a sword in his hand. This small monument represents Orlando, the hero of …
travel review from Woodland Park, Colorado
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What a lovely camp site! After camping just outside Colorado Springs last weekend, I had to share my fun experience. This place was relaxing and remote from the busy life of today. The location is roughly 6-7 miles past the …
travel review from Manitou Springs, Colorado
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This hike also known as the Manitou Incline, and very challenging to do. I have completed the incline many of times, and every time I wonder why do I like to do this hike? Obviously it is not a regular …
travel blog from Istanbul, Turkey
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One more thing I like in Turkey is the food. Their street food is a tasteful snack rich with nutritients. Even in April you can buy big baked chestnuts, sweet corns, simits eaten in every occasion with the black tea …
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