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EATING, LIKE IN A FILM – 87 Aquarium Way, Long Beach / California

Visiting the viewing deck of Santa Monica, after filling our eyes with the color of the Ocean Avenue gardens, we were hungry, hungry for shrimp and prawns. The good reviews featured (along the renowned fame due to the film), they were led up to the number 87 Aquarium Way (Long Beach, California). Shrimp and fresh fish, are the dishes that ...

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SEE YOU TONIGHT, AT SUNSET – Santa Monica Third Street Promenade, Wetzel’s Pretzels

United States, California, western Los Angeles County, Santa Monica. The city (named after the Christian saint, Monica), situated on Santa Monica Bay, it is bordered on three sides by the city of Los Angeles. Santa Monica had become a famed resort town by the early 20th century, but was long inhabited by the Tongva people, and was called Kecheek in ...

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MEXICAN ADVENTURE TOUR

Visit the ancient Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan, have a guided tour of the ancient site of Teotihuacan, stroll around Monte Albán, the holy city of the ancient Zapotecs then explore the Mayan ruins at Palenque and climb the pyramid at the huge Mayan city of Chichén Itzá. A Mexico adventure tour will show all the amazing scenic sights of this ...

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VENEZUELA TEPUI TREK – Trek in the magical world of Tepui

The 9 days trek to Auyán? This tour starting in Ciudad Bolívar, will bring you to the indian village Kavac (in the Canaima National Park), from where your trek through the Gran Sabana to the top of the Auyán-tepui starts. The daily trips, compared to Roraima, are 2 to 3 hours longer but you will be rewarded with one of ...

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A FASCINATE AND WONDERFUL ADVENTURE – Furrowing the savage and imposing Paraguay river

Paraguay is divided in two by the Rio Paraguay to the east of the river is the Oriente, to the west is the Chaco). This is a country with a past, a place with a romantic’s soul. Historically, Paraguay has been a place to disappear. Paraguay is a country with a twisting, turning, complicated past that, at one time in ...

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AUSTERLITZ AND THE PEACE MOUND – Follow Napoleon’s footsteps to Slavkov

There are many places in the Czech Republic that have played a role in the development of European history. One that you should not miss is Slavkov (just Brno). http://www.napoleon-series.org/military/virtual/austerlitz/c_directions.html Not only will you find a splendid Baroque castle with beautiful gardens here, but also the setting of one of Europe’s most famous battles: Austerlitz. Take a trip, back in ...

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CHILE ADVENTURE TRAVEL – Hatacama: the Most Beautiful Starry Skies in the World

The Atacama Desert, is a plateau in South America, covering a 1,000-kilometre strip of land on the Pacific coast (west of the Andes mountains). It is the driest non-polar desert in the world. Under optimal conditions, up to 3,000 stars can be distinguished in the night sky. This unique advantage has allowed Chile to position itself as astronomical power. http://www.adventure.travel/chile/ ...

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PERUVIAN ANDES ADVENTURES – Huaraz: destinations for mountain & culture

Maybe you need to remember that address: Jr. José Olaya 532, Huaraz (Ancash, Peru). http://www.peruvianandes.com/en/ Maybe they need to know which treks or climbs you are interested in and how many days you would like to be trekking or climbing. For those not so keen to do multi day trekking trips, there are options for easy hiking and camping, day ...

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BRAZIL, WHERE EVERYONE LOVE TO GO

Brazil is the largest country in South and Central America and the fifth largest in the world. Portuguese is the official language. The population of Brazil is a melting pot of races, including indigenous people, African and European. This variety is reflected in the food, architecture, music and culture of Brazil. Many pristine colonial towns can be discovered (like the ...

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NOT ONLY TANGO, SOCCER AND CARNIVAL – Uruguay: mild and humid climate, warm summers and homogeneous rainfall throughout the year

Tango, soccer and Carnival, are the inner horizon of every Uruguayan. https://www.lonelyplanet.com/uruguay Do not forget that, during Easter, you can watch rodeos and typical food tasting. This is a small country compared to its neighbors. Its capital was founded in 1726. Initially, these lands were part of the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata, one territory with the current ...

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