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Episodes for July 2008
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Time out in
Situated at the Northeast end of the
During the annual festival of San Fermin in the Navarra hills of northeastern
Seeing the sights of
The capital city of both the Confederacy and the state of
On a jaunt through
A century ago Franz Kafka revolutionized literature. Take a tour through the capital city of the
Man-made pinnacles of perspective
Humans have erected many structures: buildings, towers, and bridges that offer awe inspiring panoramas. Here are a few examples that are sure to pique your interest.
High points of nature
From mountain views to ocean views, there are plenty of natural high points that offer sweeping vistas. But even though they may be tourist magnets, here are some worth the trouble it takes to get there.
“He who climbs
Skiing south of the border
Don't put your snow skis away just yet. Fresh powder awaits on
Trekking up Kilimanjaro
The world's smallest and oldest independent, independent republic,
Just 12 miles east of
Making European culture more affordable
Despite poor exchange rates for the US dollar, discount passes in
Stretching your money overseas
To avoid vacation shocks, pre-pay as much of your trip as possible before hand, ask about airline package deals, as ATM machines and other ways to make your overseas vacation dollars last longer.
Saving on value added taxes.
Often invisible at the purchase point, these levies are common throughout the world. Refunds can be had for goods that are physically carried or mailed out of the country. Here's how to get yours.
Looking for Vikings amid the earth's bones
At the tablelands in
At home in the Twin Cities
Chincoteague pony swim
Each year in Chincoteague
Fearful fliers face their phobias.
The number of arrow phobic Americans has reached 30 million. In response to the problem many fearful flyer programs have been conducted across the
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