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Costa Rica calendar 2013

| February 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Costa Rica calendar Costa Rica offers wild unexplored territories for thrill seekers and exotic places with private beaches and beautiful landscape for the intrepid. Tourists who come visit should be on the lookout for the Costa Rica calendar 2013 because if there is one things Costa Ricans know, it is how to party. Año Nuevo [...]

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Spain Calendar 2013

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Spain Calendar The bigger sister of the Iberian Union (the other being Portugal, but the Union was long dissolved), Spain is mundane and sophisticated at once, passionate and realistic, but unapologetically hedonistic – the Spanish are known for their devotion to living the good life. The country has a diverse landscape as it is in [...]

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Slovakia Calendar 2013

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Slovakia Calendar The once inseparable twin of the Czech republic, Slovakia brims with medieval castles, dense forests, and ancient wooden churches that were not held in place by nails. The country is compact but not dense with traffic; nature still prevails. Bratislava, the country’s capital, is a far cry from other capital cities like Prague [...]

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Romania Calendar 2013

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Romania Calendar 2013 The legend of Dracula may have grown out of Transylvania, but the ‘real Dracula’ Vlad Tepes first grew his teeth in a medieval Saxon town. More than just bloodcurdling stories that inspired Bram Stoker, Romania is full of contrasts, as communist monuments stand grotesque alongside camouflaged places of religious worship, and modern [...]

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Portugal calendar 2013

| February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Portugal calendar Portugal is easily in the radar of mainstream tourists. Those who want to be free from the crowd, however, can easily escape to the Old World charm of the countryside. Medieval castles and flower-strewn hills await the intrepid explorer, and history aficionados could see monuments to Portugal’s glorious past everywhere.   Ano Novo [...]

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