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RS Notícias: Temer inaugura linha 4 do metrô e diz que Rio 2016...

Entre os quase 200 convidados, Delair e Igrejas representavam mais de duas décadas de luta

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Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg

Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg in Gaithersburg, MD

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The Ultimate Antiquing Tour

The Ultimate Antiquing Tour Steeped in history, the quaint hamlets that connect southern Maryland and Northern Virginia offer treasures that have been around almost 200 years–creating an antique lover's paradise

Best places in the World | World's Best Places to Visit | Tibet was on our itinerary this year, but Chinese Gov't. recently banned foreign visitors.

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Map Coasters and Memories

Map Coasters - It would be really fun to make coasters of all of our favorite places.

Zuluk is a hilltop and a transit point within the Silk Route. The road through Zuluk makes almost 32 hairpin turns to reach Lungthung, which makes it a unique engineering feat. There is a local Nag Temple here. The temple has a cave like structure and the deity of King Cobra or Nag, famous Hindu mythical god is worshipped in the temple. Another great attraction of Zuluk lies in watching the sunrise over Mt. Kanchenjungha and its allied peaks from Thambi View Point (around 14 kms away) at…

With almost 200 countries on the face of our little planet, most people only have a connection with a handful of them. My first experience with Ethiopia was through its cuisine. It was over ten years ago, while wandering the city blocks of downtown St. Louis, that I found myself seated on the outdoor patio of the Red Sea Ethiopian Restaurant. Funny enough, when I look up the place now, not only is it closed, but it also got less than rave reviews. I, on the other hand, loved it. Creamy…

Almost 200 outdoor movies are posted so far this summer. Here's manhattan: http://wp.me/P248Xv-5kZ and the boroughs: http://wp.me/P248Xv-4TF

Smithsonian Museum of American History. Upon entering this exhibition, visitors are immersed in the Battle of Baltimore, which inspired Francis Scott Key to write his famous lyrics. The almost 200-year old, 30-by 34-foot flag is displayed in a special environmentally-controlled chamber.