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RAGBRAI Iowa
To the uninitiated, spending a week riding your bike across Iowa may hardly seem like an adventure. But RAGBRAI, the Des Moines Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, is a big deal in every way that counts for road cyclists—and it doesn’t get any more red, white, and blue than this."

Heli-Ski the Chugach Mountains Alaska
In the Chugach Mountains, first descents are still routine, and nameless peaks promise more skiable terrain than even the biggest resorts in the Lower 48. Valdez serves as base for five of the seven heli-ski outfits that work the Chugach, but only Points North takes off from Cordova. Its clients gain nearly exclusive access to a 2,000-square-mile (5,180-square-kilometer) chunk of mountains, then retreat to the Points North Orca Adventure Lodge, a converted cannery."

Monumento Ernesto Che Guevara Cuba
The Monumento Ernesto Che Guevara monument, mausoleum and museum complex, in Santa Clara is in a vast square guarded by a bronze statue of 'El Che.' The statue was erected in 1987 to mark the 20th anniversary of Guevara's murder in Bolivia."

Adolphe Bridge Luxembourg
Adolphe Bridge has become an unofficial national symbol of sorts, representing Luxembourg's independence, and has become one of Luxembourg City's main tourist attractions. The bridge was designed by Paul Séjourné, a Frenchman, and Paul Rodange, a Luxembourger, and was built between 1900 and 1903. Its design was copied in the construction of Walnut Lane Bridge in Philadelphia, the United States."
Source: wikipedia

Gondolas in Venice Italy
Gondolas in Venice are perhaps the most recognizable of all the features of Venice along with the canals and bridges themselves. Gondolas were the primary means of transportation through the waterways of Venice for centuries."

The Tobotronc at Naturlandia Andorra
The Naturlandia park have the longest alpine coaster in the world on the la Rabassa mountain in Andorra
The ‘tobotronc’ alpine coaster is a carriage that allows a trip on a kind of sledge that circulates on steel rails, controlled at all times by the person travelling. It is not a roller coaster, as the person decides the speed at which they wish to travel, without exceeding 40 kilometres an hour, and the seat belts offer maximum safety."

The Big Hole in Kimberley South Africa
Kimberley (the capital of the Northern Cape, South Africa) is famous with the Big Hole. It’s a huge open-pit diamond mine and claimed to be the largest hole excavated by hand. 50,000 miners dug a almost circular hole with a surface area of about 17 hectares, a perimeter of about 1,6 km and depth around of 215m, right in the middle of the town."
Source: wayfaring.info

Bob Marley Week Jamaica
Throughout Jamaica but especially in Kingston, people celebrate the life and music of Bob Marley, who died of cancer in 1981 at the age of 36. Reggae fans and Rastafarians gather to enjoy a feast of events evoking the memory of Jamaica's favourite son.

Zenkov Cathedral Kazakhstan
The Ascension Cathedral, also known as Zenkov Cathedralis a Russian Orthodox cathedral located in Panfilov Park in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Completed in 1907, it is the second tallest wooden building in the world."
Source: panoramio.com

Pico Cão Grande (Great Dog Peak) São Tomé and Príncipe
The Pico Cão Grande (Great Dog Peak) is a landmark needle-shaped volcanic plug peak in São Tomé and Príncipe, located in the south of São Tomé Island in Obo National Park."

Fishermen's Bastion Hungary
As part of the renovation works of the district hosting the Royal Palace in Budapest, Fishermen's Bastion was built in 1905. There are two explanations about the origin of the name bastion. Some people say that a fish market is nearby here in the Middle Ages and pulling and name bastion. Another explanation is based on the assumption that fishermen guilds defended this part of the castle wall in Budapest. Despite being called a bastion is actually building is a terrace where the view is amazing."
Source: bestourism.com

Tree-Climb Chilkat Alaska
Ascend 250-foot (76-meter) tall spruces smack in the middle of the world’s highest concentration of bald eagles."

Bahrain Fort Bahrain
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the fort is composed of mounds made by the primitive peoples in 2300 BC. It is one of the most highly regarded tourist spots in Bahrain, as it used to be the seat of the Dilmun civilization. The name actually means Bahrain Castle."
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Steve on goal Visit the Georgia AquariumOne person likes this

Rowed in a 'gentleman's rowing skiff' yesterday. I'm not a visual/spatial person so I struggled with knowing what to do when I needed to turn the boat…
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New Zealand, Hobbiton :)
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Fleur on goal Visit Ko Tao3 people like this

I'm lucky enough to live half an hour away from the Falls. But sometimes it's nice to remind yourself how lucky you are to be next to something so beautiful that people travel to from all over the world.
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For Christmas this year I got a lovely bath pillow and bathtub caddy, which I was eager to try out. Filled the tub with lavender chamomile bubbles, added a cup of dessert tea and some petit fours, soft piano music, and a relaxing light book. SO relaxing after working 6 days a week all month.
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