Archive | June, 2010

Best Spa in Italy : Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort Tuscany

22. June 2010

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Terme di Saturnia Spa & Golf Resort is lost jewel nestled between the lush rolling hills, dense forests and tranquil valleys, in the heart of unforgettable Maremma, in Southern Tuscany. Newly constructed around the heart of an ancient building of travertine stone, this elegant hotel has been designed according to the dictates of  “habitat philosophy”. […]

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Taj Cape Town Hotel : Taj Hotels

13. June 2010

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Taj Cape Town combines a unique blend of contemporary elegance and old-world charm that reflects the very essence of the city. Spread across two heritage buildings, the Taj retains the original marble pillars, vaulted ceilings, glass domes and architectural elements of the historic Temple Chambers and the South African Reserve Bank Building.  Its third tower […]

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Four Day Classic Impala Wildlife Tour : Kruger National Park Sabie

13. June 2010

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Spend four days exploring the Mpumalanga region of South Africa on this Four Day Classic Impala Tour. You will have a full day exploring Kruger National Park where the wildlife is plentiful and easily accessed. Continue along the Panoramic Route to Blyde River Canyon, Three Rondavels, Bourke’s Luck potholes, God’s Window, and various waterfalls. A […]

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Thanda Private Game Reserve Hluhluwe South Africa

13. June 2010

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Thanda, meaning ‘love’ in Zulu, is an expression of the magical union of powerful Zulu culture, wildlife, romantic decadence and exclusivity. Reawaken romance in one of the luxury bush villas, or embrace nature at the colonial safari-style tented camp. Encounter the abundance of African game including lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard found at Thanda. […]

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Let’s Go Roadtripping USA : Student Travel Guide

13. June 2010

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Let’s Go Roadtripping USA is the perfect guide to experiencing the world’s melting pot on a shoestring and a fan belt. This book’s eight chapters give eight different itineraries to choose from: Route 66 or the Oregon Trail for the classicists, the Great North or the National Road for the outdoors men, the East Coast […]

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