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Ramadan Dubai – What You Need to Know

Ramadan Dubai – What You Need to Know Dubai is one of those bucket-list locations where everyone has to visit at least once in their lives – however, as I found out, the city is a far different place to be during Ramadan. When you think of Dubai, you think of a vibrant city with supercars whichever way you look and something going on at all times. However, that all changes during the Holy month of Ramadan, as the residents fall into a time of reflection and the city becomes peaceful. Although Dubai is famous for its laws, there...

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10 Ways to Eat Corn on the Streets of Mexico City

Exploring Corn in Mexico City Corn has been a staple in the Mexican diet since long before Europeans ever got their hands on American gold, and it should come as no surprise that this delicious grain remains prominent in modern Mexican cuisine. Mexico City, the second largest city in the world, is brimming with street vendors offering up corn in mysterious and delicious forms, from familiar cobs to fermented drinks. If you are headed to Mexico City, prepare yourself for corn like you’ve never seen it before. 1. Tortillas Flatbreads made from unleavened corn flour, tortillas are the essential...

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Iraq’s marshes now part
of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Written by Anda Robescu | 2016-07-22 04:39:50 A wetland in southern Iraq, considered to be the biblical Garden of Eden and that was almost completely drained during the presidency of Saddam Hussein, was included in UNESCO world heritage, Iraqi authorities declared according to Reuters. The area “is made up of seven sites: three archaeological sites and four wetland marsh areas in southern Iraq,” Unesco representatives said. “The archaeological cities of Uruk and Ur and the Tell Eridu archaeological site form part of the remains of the Sumerian cities and settlements that developed in southern Mesopotamia between the 4th and...

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Glass Walkway
For a Shanghai Tower

Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world at 1260 feet tall. A glass walkway was added that allows visitors to walk around and admire the exterior of the top floor of the building. Tourists will be able to walk around the building, at more than 1020 feet on a transparent walkway that has no railings. With a width of only 48 inches, the bridge is not recommended for those with fear of heights. Tourists visiting the Jin Mao tower (Chinese for Golden Prosperity) will wear safety harnesses and helmets to go out...

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Paris launches operation against “love locks”

Paris is the capital of romance and love and wants to remain that way, but without locks decorating its bridges – so an operation has been launched to ask tourists not to put “locks of love” on bridges of the City of Lights, the AFP reports. First on the Pont des Arts, a pedestrian bridge, then from the Pont Neuf, the oldest stone bridge in the French capital, nearly one million padlocks will be removed. “Love padlocks”, locks that couples latch on the bridges as proof of their love, began a few years ago on the Pont des Arts....

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Spaceport America Signiture Event

SPACEPORT AMERICA, N.M., Aug. 15, 2016 — Spaceport America, the world’s first purpose-built commercial spaceport located in southern New Mexico in the USA announced today the introduction of five annual Spaceport America branded signature events. The FAA-licensed launch complex, situated on 18,000 acres adjacent to the U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico, boasts 6,000 square miles of restricted airspace, low population density, a 12,000-foot spaceway, and 340+ days of sunshine and low humidity. Some of the most respected companies in the commercial space industry are customers at Spaceport America: Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, UP Aerospace and...

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UNESCO adds destinations to World Heritage list

Every year, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre investigates places all over the world in order to find out new sights to add to its list of cultural and natural wonders. Its list consists of 1,052 locations worldwide – historical and cultural created by nature or by man. These places fulfill certain criteria and can be considered to add “outstanding value to humanity.” This week, following the annual meeting of the World Heritage Committee, there were introduced other new impressive 21 places that tourists should not miss. This year’s new destinations include a cave complex in Gibraltar and an entire...

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LE BOAT ANNOUNCES 15% OFF EARLY BOOKINGS

July 29th, 2016 – Le Boat, Europe’s number one self-drive boating vacation company, announced that it is offering 15% off all 2017 bookings on a wide selection of 1-4 star cruisers and 5% off its larger cruisers that include Vision, Mystique and Royal Mystique. Boats must be booked by August 31st to qualify. “Booking your 2017 holiday early can ensure you secure the perfect boat for your needs, especially in our more popular destinations. We offer vacation options for every interest, from the active traveler to multigenerational families and small groups,” said Shannan Brennan, Le Boat’s head of Distribution...

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