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10 Best Places to Visit in Vietnam - Travel Video
A long, narrow country squeezed in between the South China Sea and the Laos and Cambodia borders, Vietnam is a land of striking landscapes. Ranging from the lush rice terraces and forested mountains in the north to the picturesque valleys of the Central Highlands and the fertile delta and beautiful beaches of the south. Included in the mix are booming cities, colonial towns, traditional villages and otherworldly islands. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Vietnam.
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The Italian city of Venice is a city like no other, rising from the waters of Venice Lagoon. Follow us through the historic streets – and canals – and see why Venice should be firmly on your bucket list!
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Known as The City Of Bridges, Venice has hundreds to discover. The Accademia Bridge offers some of the Grand Canal’s finest views. The oldest of the Grand Canal’s four crossings is the Rialto Bridge, which serves as the gateway to the Rialto Markets. The most famous of all is the Bridge of Sighs, which connects Doge’s Palace to the historic prison.
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Kimberly Crest House and Gardens
Kimberly Crest, a picturesque French chateau style home built in 1897, is a well preserved example of the Victorian Era in California. The 7,000 square foot, three-story chateau sits on a six and one quarter acre estate two miles south of downtown Redlands, at 1325 Prospect Drive, and is enjoyed by more than 11,000 visitors annually.
Originally built by Mrs. Cornelia A. Hill, a widow from New York State, the home was purchased by J. Alfred Kimberly (a co-founder of the Kimberly-Clark Corporation) and Helen Cheney Kimberly in 1905. Their widowed daughter, Mary Kimberly Shirk, lived in the home from 1920 until her death in 1979.
The house's unique features include a French revival parlor complete with gilt furniture and silk damask wall coverings. Terraced Italian gardens, orange groves and ponds surround this historic landmark home. The lily ponds feature radiant Koi; vivid red, pink and yellow lilies against deep green majestic lotus blossoms; and papyrus. In 1998, KSA was made an honorary member of the Inland Koi Society who maintains the lily ponds at Kimberly Crest.
In 1963 there was a community effort to raise money to purchase Prospect Park (a 39 acre botanical park east and adjacent to Kimberly Crest) for the City of Redlands. To motivate support for this project, Mrs. Shirk promised to give her home to the people of Redlands, if the needed money was raised. The park was acquired in 1968. The following year the Kimberly-Shirk Association, a non-profit corporation was formed. In her will, Mrs. Shirk left the house to the Association for the people of Redlands.
32 Places You Need To Eat At In London | The Ultimate List
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20 Things to do in Athens Greece Travel Guide
Though our visit was brief, Audrey and I still made it our mission to see as many sights and attractions as possible around Athens, Greece. We set out to visit temples and ruins steeped in history, but along the way we also discovered that the Greek capital is a city with a pretty cool vibe, lots of art, and great food. This video guide will showcase 20 things to do in Athens, Greece:
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1) Parthenon (Παρθενών - Παρθενώνας)
2) Erechtheion (Erechtheum) Ἐρέχθειον - Ερέχθειο)
3) The Philopappos Monument (Μνημείο Φιλοπάππου) on Mouseion Hill
4) Traditional Greek Food (Greek Salad, Saganaki and Moussaka)
5) Mount Lycabettus (Lykabettos or Lykavittos - Λυκαβηττός)
6) Night views of Athens
7) Temple of Zeus at Olympia
8) Arch of Hadrian (Αψίδα του Αδριανού - Hadrian's Gate)
9) Monastiraki Flea Market & Vintage Market
10) Greek Street Food (Souvlaki - σουβλάκι and Gyro Pita - γύρος)
11) Street Art in Psirri (Psyri or Psiri or Psyrri or Psirri - Ψυρρή ή Ψυρή)
12) Kerameikos Cemetery (Νεκροταφείο Κεραμικού)
13) Changing of the Guard
14) National Garden (Royal Garden - Εθνικός Κήπος)
15) Athens Central Market - Agora
16) Agora (Ἀγορά Agorá)
17) Acropolis Museum (Μουσείο Ακρόπολης)
18) Plaka (Pláka - Πλάκα)
19) Hadrian's Library
20) Greek Cooking Class (Learning how to make Greek Food and Greek Cuisine)
We sincerely hope this travel guide to Athens, Greece is a good primer and introduction to Greek culture, Greek Food (Greek Cuisine), and numerous attractions and things to do and see in the city. We cover arts, entertainment, museums and architecture we feel is worth exploring. In terms of tourism this travel video attempts to take you to all of the famous sites as well as many of the off-the-beaten-path spots you may have otherwise missed out on.
Athens (Greek: Αθήνα, Athína - Ἀθῆναι)
20 Things to do in Athens Greece Top Attractions Travel Guide Transcript:
Well, good afternoon from sunny Athens. We are currently exploring the Greek capital. We recently actually spent a few days traveling around Meteora and now we're finishing up our trip here in Athens. We've got two full days to explore the city which isn't a lot of time but we're going to try to do our best.
Our first stop was one of the most recognized sights in Athens - the Parthenon, which was dedicated to the goddess Athena who was seen as the patron of Athens.
After sunset we lingered atop Mount Lycabettus for some night views of the city before taking the funicular down to the bottom. Seeing the Acropolis all lit up at night was a pretty cool sight!
Next up we visited the Temple of Zeus which once housed the statue of Zeus, and was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
When it comes to shopping, there are a few different options. We made our way to Monastiraki, which is one of the principal shopping districts in Athens. Here we visited both the Flea Market and the antique shops in the area.
The Agora was the central spot in ancient Greek city-states, and it is where people gathered.
So we are wrapping up our time here in Athens. Any surprises or final thoughts to share? Yeah, something that really surprised me were just the amount of stray animals that I saw on the streets.
I also thought there was really good dining options as well. We had a number of really good Greek meals and also some really good International food too.
Final thoughts, I think this is a really underrated capital in Europe. A lot like Warsaw in Poland so if you have an opportunity to visit Athens in Greece definitely do so.
So what did you think of Athens? Well, I thought it was a really cool city and I actually had a great time here. It kind of reminded me a little bit of Tel Aviv with the Mediterranean feel but also Berlin because it is very artsy and gritty. So it's a really cool place to check out. Great food, lots of attractions. You have a mix of antiquity with urban.
And that's a wrap for Athens! We hope you enjoyed this city guide and that it'll come in handy when you plan your own trip.
This is part of our Travel in Greece series. We're making a series of videos showcasing Greek culture, Greek arts, Greek foods & Greek cuisine.
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These Top 10 Japan Travel Tips are based on what I wish I knew before moving to Japan. This serves as a Japan Guide for travelers planning Japan travel and what to do when stopped by a Japanese Police officer. This Tokyo guide also shows what not do in Japan as well as things not do in Japan based on Japanese culture. These Japanese Travel Tips cover Tattoos in a Japanese Onsen, Non-tipping culture, riding the train in Japan, Wifi in Japan, Japanese Hotels, Japanese Police, etc. Basically, these are the things to know before going to Japan. More information is listed below.
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Another options is to get a SIM card for your unlocked mobile device. You can go to most major electronics store and they should carry it. There are a few options, but I’ll cover the 2 basic types that I think is the best for travelers.
(1) SIM card with a daily data transfer limits 220mb per day. You can get it for 7 days or 15 days.
(2) SIM cards with a total data transfer limit of 1.5 Gb or 3GB that work for 30 day period. It doesn’t have a daily transfer limit which I personally prefer. And if I use up all the data in only a few days, you can just buy a new card.
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Visit Curacao: Explore the Culture, Music and Adventure
Curacao, or Korso in the native Papiamento, is the most authentic, populous and cosmopolitan of the ABC islands the Dutch Antilles. It is a cultural enthusiast’s dream and a language lover’s paradise.
With nearly 40 beaches, colorful picturesque architecture, delightful people, delectable Caribbean cuisine, and a vibrant and diverse culture, the island of Curacao is the perfect destination for almost anyone.
Explore Curacao with me as I explore the local culture, music and adventures on the island. Bon bini!
Translation for Levi Silvanie's song Ami ta Korsou:
Manera un estatua na su luga elegi
Like a statue in its chosen place
Un monumento ku refleho pa éternidat
A monument eternally reflecting
Ta ekstende poder di su balor
Extending the power of its value
Den rosea dje pueblo su alma
Through the breath of its peoples' souls
Ami ta korsou, mi ta banda ariba I mi ta banda abou, ami ta korsou
I am Curaçao, I am the East side and the West, I am Curaçao
Ami ta korsou, un kurason chiki meimei di mundu
I am Curaçao, a small heart in the center of the world
Si abo ta korsou, no ta importa si bo ta hel of blou si bo ta korsou
If you're Curaçao, it doesn't matter whether you are yellow or blue
Si abo ta korsou, bo tambe tin un luga spesial den e mundu
If you're Curaçao, you too occupy a special place in the world
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