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Saint Tropes

In the place of Saint Tropes, there is a five-mile stretch of land that is called the Route des Plages, which is a home of one of the hottest beaches around the world. Plages de la Bouillabaisse is considered the most glorious beach where even the sandy beaches are properly groomed and the weather in the place is as hot as the summer feels. This beach is one of the best places to visit during summer. Especially, for car travelers.

Pile o'rocks


The city of Nice is being sheltered by Alps and is considered the most protected part of the Mediterranean coast, with its gentle winds from the sea going to the land. Along this coastline there are around 15 private beaches that is separated by the public beaches, all of which consist of the soft sand and hard pebbles. The very famous blue chairs of Nice, which is …

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How much will it cost you a journey to the United States

We have been happy enough to travel a fair bit in North America, and one of the queries that we were always questioned is – just how much does it cost to visit United States of America?

In particular on the type of outings we do, which are typically self-drive road trips like throughout the deep south of America. Well, right now I am going to see if I will enable you to determine how much it will cost you to journey in America, so you can actually budget for your own getaway appropriately.

Price levels alter according to placewith leading towns for example Las Vegas along with New York going to be more expensive choices.

Fortunatelythe United States has a wide range of choices to suit the majority of tastesand is still a country that could be journeyed enjoyably on a really

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6 Best Cars for your Family Trip


Here is a very heart-breaking story of a man and his father. To give you all a brief introduction, the man grew up to be very successful and rich. In fact, he was imbued with so much success he could almost buy luxurious things with a snap of a finger. On the other hand, his father who lived a much modest and simple life was very happy on how his son turned out to be in the future, even if he lived a very materialistic life. Although you cannot really hate the man because unlike a lot of rich people, this man wasn’t into drugs, alcohol and sex.

One day, he worked so hard for a very nice gift for his Dad as thanks to raising him to be a successful life. He really owes it to his father after living a very hard life back then when the …

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List of the best most reasonable exotic cars for your vacations

Being on the vacation away from all the worries and daily routine work seems a very good idea and many of us also try to do so once in a year. I think all of us should plan a trip with you friends or family on which you can be problem free for at least couple of days among the people you love or you want to spend time with.

Now there are many things which you can use to make your trip more memorable than usual but what about the vehicle that you are using for this trip. Many of us rely on the public transport or the airplane to travel to some other place but according to me the best vacations are those which include a road trip. And to have a good road trip we need a car which will support our journey, mostly people do road …

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Vienna: A First-Person Guide

I always pictured Vienna, Austria as the place where old, stodgy folks traveled to listen to long-winded operas and talk about old wartime devastation of Europe.  Admittedly, Vienna is more sedate than some of its neighboring capitals, but it still offers a bunch of fun things for action-minded travelers.

Stephansdom Quarter

We arrived by train and took a solid-looking Mercedes right to the door of our hotel, the Wandl, next to St. Peter’s Church in the Stephansdom Quarter. Peterskirche is jammed into a small square – its copper dome looks like a bull in china shop. It is modeled after St. Peter’s in Rome and the interior makes similar attempts at being lavish. The pulpit is especially glorious.

Hofburg Quarter

We walked down Graben street, people watching and enjoying monuments, until we hooked a left on Kohl Markt toward the Michaelerplatz. The square is an oddity – the excavations of
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