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The Pride of California: Palo Alto

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Palo Alto is a city of California US, located 35 miles south of San Francisco and 14 miles north of San Jose within Santa Clara County and San Mateo County borders. The city of Palo Alto is a historic blend of tradition and innovation which reflects from the architecture, municipality services, food, tourist places, friendly and sophisticated residents and supportive ... Read More »

The Old City of Bern, Switzerland

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A medieval city center of Bern, the fourth most populated city in Switzerland, the Old city of Bern is built on a narrow hill, surrounded on three sides by the Aare River (a tributary to the Rhine, is the longest river that both rises and ends entirely in Switzerland). The layout, in which the city was constructed in, has remained ... Read More »

Visit the City of Medicines: Durham, North Carolina

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Located right in the heart of North Carolina, Durham is a city of creativity, sheer beauty, artistic culture and emerging industry. It is one of the most visited cities of Carolina as more than 8 million visitors here to have some good time. It is also the county seat of Durham County and got its name in 1853. Durham is ... Read More »

Closer to heaven: Meteora, Greece

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A place built on the rock pillars, as if they are suspended in the middle of the sky, built by monks (hundreds of years back) taking you closer to heaven, is  Meteora situated in Greece. Meteora is a place where one can enjoy the scenic beauty (from height above), feel relaxed and enjoy adventures here such as climbing, trekking etc. Meteora ... Read More »

Space Needle: Seattle’s Glass eyed bird

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A tower that looks like it is right out of a movie set? A structure that is remiscent of space age films? The glass eyed bird soaring in the Seattle sky? Or better yet, the infamous tower that features in gripping climax of the film ‘Sleepless in Seattle‘ ? If you were thinking Space Needle, you got it right! No ... Read More »