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Aarhus, Denmark is an Open City!!!!

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

If you are planning on being in the Jutland region of Denmark, a must visit is in Aarhus, especially right now. Originally known as Aros and lying on the peninsula of Jutland, the Aarhus Festival first began in September 1965 and has developed not only into a major local cultural, but also an international festival. […]

Cedar Key: 150 Miles of Wild Florida Shore

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Cedar Key is a quaint town off the beaten path, lost in time and perspective. She sits perched precariously on the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, swaddled in salt marshes and mud flats, a time capsule left to fend for a tenuous future and to forget a nostalgic past. The town is similar to […]

Guadalest – An Artist’s Vision

Saturday, July 26th, 2008

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Video describing Guadalest Spain

Spain calls out to many for its supreme beaches, fine cities and cuisine. Although the terrain in Spain is developing rapidly, many hidden jewels still remain unspoiled and hidden. Guadalest is one of them. Situated in the Marina Baja region in […]

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