June 18th, 2008

Arts and culture of Liverpool

by Don

Liverpool was not surprisingly awarded the European Capital of Culture in 2008 due to its impressive list of arts and culture venues.
There are more museums and galleries within Liverpool than any other UK city, with the exception of London.
Tate Liverpool is conveniently situated in the historic Albert Docks and houses the north of England’s National […]

June 17th, 2008

A Perfect Holiday Destination New York

by Don

New York is USA’s third most populous city, situated in the Mid-Atlantic. New York has a warm, humid climate, but you can never beat the holiday mood here! Filled with exciting places, you never feel like returning home. Let us throw light on some interesting places.
American Museum of Natural History:
This museum is one of the […]

June 17th, 2008

Sightseeing in Liverpool is a real experience

by Don

Sightseeing in Liverpool is a real experience for all ages. There are so many different things to see that you may have to be selective if you are only in Liverpool for a short break.
The Albert Docks is well worth seeing, the Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool can be found here along with the […]

June 16th, 2008

Area Attractions

by Don

San Jose — Founded in 1738 and the capital of Costa Rica since 1823, San Jose is the cultural center of the country and a transportation hub, connected to both coasts by a railroad and highway. The city’s mixture of Spanish and North American architecture includes colonial mansions fronted by expansive lawns and gardens. The […]

June 15th, 2008

A Trip to Los Angeles

by Don

At a California race track in the 1860s, a gifted English eccentric named Eadweard Muybridge set up a row of cameras with shutters tripped by wires and successfully took the first serial photographs of a horse ranning. This was the beginning of the motion picture industry, which quickly progressed with the development of a camera […]

June 14th, 2008

West Coast Ports

by Don

California is America’s third largest state in land area but second to none in terms of natural beauty and diversity. The state’s northernmost coastal region is home to huge cathedral-like red-wood forests containing some of the world’s tallest trees, över 300 feet tali. in stark contrast is arid Death Valley, in eastern California, where less […]

June 13th, 2008

San Diego – A close look

by Don

(1)  Balboa Park – This beautifully landscaped park covers 1,200 acres and is home to the world-famous San Diego Zoo, itself designed as a 100-acre tropical garden. The Zoo houses 800 different species, including rare giant pandas on long-term loan from China, and can be toured on foot or by taking a three-mile guided bus […]

June 13th, 2008

Los Angeles Local Attractions

by Don

Downtown Los Angeles – The city’s original Spanish settlement is preserved by (1) El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Park. On the north side is Olvera Street, a Mexican street market originally called El Paseo de Los Angeles (Walk of the Angels). Facing the park’s east side is Union Station, built in 1939 in the […]

June 12th, 2008

Vancouver – Considered Canada’s most scenic city

by Don

Considered Canada’s most scenic city, its harbor backed by forested mountains and fronted by glistening high-rise buildings, Vancouver is the northernmost port of cali on Panama Canal repositioning craises. The ships dock in the heart of downtown at Canada Place, a landmark complex crowned with white sails, or at Ballantyne Pier, a refurbished heritage facility […]

June 12th, 2008

Maldives Islands – a Vacation of a Lifetime

by Don

A vacation to the Maldives offers a kaleidoscope of options for anyone who enjoys warm, sunny beaches, water sports, offshore excursions, and other tropical delights. Known around the world for beautiful waters and beaches the complement them, a trip to the Maldives is one to be taken again and again.
Several of the most popular activities […]