• Ottawa Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Ottawa Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Canada’s capital is located in a valley along the Ottawa River in the province of Ontario, close to the American border. Ottawa is the country’s fourth-largest city and attracts more than 7 million visitors each year. Come to Ottawa to celebrate its quality of life, to explore its waterways and to enjoy its many cultural attractions. This modern centre for technology and science still has a deep appreciation for ceremony and history. Often thought of as a winter destination, this city comes to life during the warmer months when locals enjoy the pop-up terraces on the waterfront and have outdoor meals in culinary districts such as Little Italy. Go for a…

  • Amsterdam Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Amsterdam Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    With just over 1.2 million people, Amsterdam is the largest city in The Netherlands, a country most people know as Holland. This multicultural city warmly embraces tourists, with over 3.5 million people visiting each year. The Dutch are very tolerant and fun to talk with, and everybody speaks English. The heart of the city is so picturesque that it is like an historical open-air museum. No wonder that the inner canal district is an internationally protected heritage site. In the 17th century Amsterdam was a center for world economy and many of the canal houses and old warehouses date from this Golden Age. Some landmarks, such as the Oude Kerk…

  • Niagara Falls Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Niagara Falls Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    The Niagara Falls are located on the border of Ontario Province, Canada, and New York State, U.S.A. The water flows from the Great Lakes, the world’s largest surface fresh water system, all the way down to the Atlantic Ocean. See one of the world’s most awe-inspiring displays of the power of nature- from the sky, from the foaming river below, or even from within arm’s reach. The Niagara River connects Lake Erie with Lake Ontario. But before it gets there, the water plunges down almost 170 feet in a straight drop. The volume of water that comes tumbling over the crest is overwhelming: Almost 170,000 cubic meters of water, that’s…

  • Auckland Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Auckland Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    In the far southwest of the Pacific Ocean lies Auckland. Home to some 1.5 million people, it is New Zealand’s most populous city. Auckland is the perfect base from which to explore the scenic coastline and hidden coves of the diverse North Island. Nicknamed the City of Sails, Auckland has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world. In this city nestled between two big natural harbors, water is never far away… Auckland’s biggest landmark is Rangitoto Island, which can be seen from all over the city. As the country’s biggest city, Auckland has modern malls, spacious urban parks, and plenty of culture. Enjoy breakfast in the Elliot…

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    Camping at Chinese Police Station (English CC)

    very difficult to wake up in the morning because I slept late There is very strong head wind. I am sure this is windy area. Look at there It is very difficult for cycling. So beautiful sunset I don’t know where I sleep tonight. There is police car guarding me. Maybe they will find a place to sleep for me Good morning. I slept in the police station one night. It was warm I slept really well. Today I will reach to Turpan It is touristic city. But it is slow season. So I don’t expect I am gonna meet other traveler. Let’s see

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    Kashmir Travel and Food Vlog | Travelling Srinagar, Pahalgam | Kashmiri Cuisine – Camping

    Hello, viewers welcome to our channel. Today I have reached Srinagar. And now at Srinagar’s Dal lake. Can you see this? This is the complete Dal lake. I’m having so much fun as the weather is so calm to roam about. It was too sunny yesterday and couldn’t make out. Actually I reached here yesterday but it was too sunny hence couldn’t visit. Today the weather is so warm, the only thing has happened with us the markets over here are closed. Maximum shops are closed only a few are open. So today I’ll share with you the fascinating Dal Lake, Srinagar and Kashmir. So, friends, it was a pleasant…

  • Washington D.C. Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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    Washington D.C. Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    Washington D.C. is situated on the east coast of the USA, along the banks of the Potomac River. The city has an area of just under 70 square miles, but it sure packs a lot in! Washington was founded as the nation’s capital in 1791. As soon as you land here you get a sense of the power and history that this metropolis represents. Most visitors start at the National Mall, a two-mile green strip often referred to as “The Nation’s Front Lawn”. Clearly there’s no shopping to be done at this Mall. What it does offer is a sweep of the country’s most famous monuments and museums, all in…

  • WOW! Istanbul Turkey’s Vacation Islands – Cars are BANNED! (Büyükada)
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    WOW! Istanbul Turkey’s Vacation Islands – Cars are BANNED! (Büyükada)

    [Music] [Applause] we are pulling into ricotta Island right now now if you look at a map of Turkey I think zoomed out map you’ve got the Mediterranean Sea and then the Black Sea above it but if you zoom in even further there is the Aegean Sea and then the farmer I see which is what touches assemble and there’s the Bosphorus Strait that goes from the marmer IV into the Black Sea we are in the marmar I see right now for the princes island is a group of five islands here in the marmar I see and we’re on the large stores Evans we ekkada so the…

  • Why Do Tourists Vacation In War Zones?
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    Why Do Tourists Vacation In War Zones?

    In August 2016, a minibus of foreign tourists was attacked in Afghanistan, injuring at least seven people. Terror attacks are not uncommon in Afghanistan, but the incident nonetheless made headlines as most of the victims were tourists in what is ostensibly a war zone. According to its government, Afghanistan sees roughly 20 thousand tourists a year. So, why do people vacation in war-torn countries? Well, although wars affect all aspects of a country’s economy, tourism is one of the fastest, and most likely to suffer. But war zones often do still see tourism from more adventurous travelers, ranging from those who actively seek out military activity, to others who are…