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11. Casares, The Most Famous Of The "White Villages"
  The Costa del Sol is blessed with several traditional Spanish white villages, or Pueblos Blancos, each with its own unique atmosphere. However there is something about the village of Casares that just makes you stand and stare. As you approach Casares up a steep winding slope it is difficult to prevent yourself from taking a sharp intake of breath and saying outload: "wow!" S .....
Author: Ruth Polak
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

12. Take me Home Country Road: Purchasing Rural Homes
  In a world where the news flashes daily images of war, terrorism and crime more Americans are dreaming of a safe, quiet place to call home. They imagine moving to a small town community where safety and simplicity are easy to find. Potential homebuyers between the ages of forty and sixty are the most likely to be fed up with the fast pace of city dwelling. They are in search of .....
Author: Elaine VonCannon
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

13. George Washington Slept Here: Historic Home Ownership
  Chances are George Washington did not sleep on your historic home, but in certain parts of Southeastern Virginia, your home could be as old as the dwellings he slept in. To own and restore a historic property, preparation, discernment, and sensitivity are necessary. The rewards of historical home ownership are many. Financial Advantages of Historic Home Ownership One of the .....
Author: Elaine VonCannon
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

14. A Trip To Iqaluit In Nunavut, A Canadian Arctic City
  In 2004, I completed two Inuit art buying trips to Iqaluit (formerly Frobisher Bay), the capital of Nunavut, Canada's newest territory. For both trips, I flew out of Ottawa on Canadian North airlines. The other airline that services Nunavut is First Air. Only the last half of the jets was allocated for passengers as the entire first half was for cargo. Being so remote, Cana .....
Author: Clint Leung
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

15. Australia : The Sight-Seeing Travel Tour
  If you haven’t been to Australia or are planning to visit it a second time, then you must have all the information about the places to visit so that you can fully experience the wonderful land that is Australia. Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world and is divided into 6 states and several territories. The 6 states are New South Wales, Queensland, South Australi .....
Author: Mark Minding
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

16. How To Breeze Through The Security Checkpoint At Airports
  Air travel is such a common method of transportation today, we sometimes forget the practical tips to help us enjoy a flight. The following tips will help you reduce your wait time at the security checkpoint. What to do before you arrive at the airport. Do not pack or bring prohibited Items to the airport. Prohibited items are weapons, explosives, incendiaries, and incl .....
Author: Jaime Madison
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

17. Spring Break and the Sierra Madre
  As I walked up the jet way, I could feel the dry, desert air in my lungs. As I approached the baggage claim, I could hear the sounds of mariachi music. I wasn’t able to discern if it was being played over the PA system or if it were a real live band. After reaching the bottom, and rounding a pillar, I was pleased to find a four-piece mariachi band playing near the baggage cla .....
Author: Ryan Windley
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

18. Inns and Bed and Breakfasts – Are They For Everybody?
  Inns are a delightful alternative to hotels and resorts. They can be just the right ticket for your vacation, providing you understand how they work and function. Are they for everybody? No, they're not. But here’s the answers to some basic questions to determine if it’s the type of accommodation that’ll work for you… WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INNS AND BED AND .....
Author: Cliff Calderwood
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

19. Celebrity Spotting in Great Exuma
  It seems that playing a pirate in the Caribbean just wasn’t enough for Johnny Depp. He had to go and buy a whole island in the Caribbean! And rumor has it that when he informed his wife Vanessa Paradis that he had bought her an island in the Exumas, Bahamas, her response was: What do we need an island for? Poor Johnny! I guess nobody really needs to own an island but if you w .....
Author: Fred Coolridge
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

20. Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts
  The Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow presents the very best in contemporary visual art, performance, film, music, spoken word, club nights and more. CCA is an environment where everyone can encounter experimental art or just enjoy the creative atmosphere. Whether you come to see a new work or have a cup of coffee, we want to provide the best experience possible. We hav .....
Author: Steve Spry
Date Posted: Aug 5, 2005

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