vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/your-bridge-to... - Barbados as a destination is well-known among the travel enthusiasts. Offering a range of interesting to do’s, the country intrigues all kind of travelers. From its quaint architectural beauty to the scenic beaches there is something in store for everyone. Bridgetown in particular is a shopper’s haven, offering duty-free shopping at city shopping hubs as well as cruise ship terminals. For someone looking to ‘live it up’ on their trip, the town offers everything from yachting to a lively nightlife. Bridgetown is also known for its historically significant sites such as the Barbados Museum, National Heroes Square and more.
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Caribbean Rental Jamaica
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/top-10-vacatio... - Jamaica : Much to do in Jamaica. Virtually there is no limit for enjoyment from sleeping on the beach to hiking the mountains, or exploring the under-water worlds or just playing Golf. Seven Miles Beach, Blue Mountain National Park, Dunn’s River Falls & Park, Blue Lagoon, and Montego Bay Golf Courses are the selected picks.
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Tourist Attractions in East Africa
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/top-ten-travel... - Zanzibar Island – This is Tanzania’s best kept secret and a dream destination that will leave your with memories to cherish forever. Zanzibar is serene yet fun. It’s a source of insight into the African-Arab relations such as the slave trade on Spice Island. It boasts of pristine beaches with silky white sand that is contrasted with the turquoise waters and colorful coral reefs. The stone town is also charming as it is a true reflection of the island with colorful markets, cobbled streets as well as minaret lined skyscape that overlooks the beaches. This destination is well worth visiting
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Best of Canada Day Celebration in Ottawa
vacationrentalsexperts.pennistonemedia.com/ottawa-brief-t... - When the city beat Montreal and Toronto to become the nation’s capital back in 1857, the then Governor General was afraid that Ottawa was too isolated, perched as it was on the Ottawa River and surrounded by a few lumber mills, to be anything more than an ‘exile’. But since then, the capital has continued to grow and is currently the fourth largest city in Canada. It is also one of the most culturally diverse of Canada’s metropolitan areas with several vibrant suburban districts around downtown.
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