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Sites in Portugal

Sites in Portugal


Portugal has been popular with European vacationers for years, and it’s easy to see why. The country is blessed with excellent sandy beaches and rugged coastline, as well as cosmopolitan and architecturally-stunning cities. Throw in great food, lots of wine, and cheap prices, and it makes for a perfect holiday spot. Because it is on the tip of Europe and isn’t as centrally-connected…


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Oporto city

Oporto city


Oporto One of Portugal recent revealed secrets, Oporto is opening its doors to an increasing number of tourists and visitors every year. The city has unique features that combine different aspects: an important historic landmark, beach, river side, culture, great gastronomy and a vibrating night life. The city has the perfect size to walk by and a great transportation network…


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Conde Nast Best Beach Resorts

Conde Nast Best Beach Resorts


Palm Beach has done it again. Conde Nast Traveler has released its annual readers’ choice awards, and six area resorts and hotels have been named among the top in the state. Eau Palm Beach once again snagged the No. 1 spot among resorts on the state’s Atlantic coast, while Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa came in at No. 4. The publication lauds Eau’s private balconies, its…


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Brazil places

Brazil places


There is a striking coincidence in the fixture list as South America s marathon World Cup qualification campaign reaches the halfway stage Thursday. In the ninth round, the top half of the table take on the bottom half. The first five are up against the last five. The highly competitive nature of the campaign is evidenced by the clash between the team at the top of the table…


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Things about Portugal

Things about Portugal


1. Don t go for the beaches. Simply put, Madeira island isn t a beach destination. The island might well be 35 miles long and 13 miles wide and boast 99 miles of coastline, but the shore is all rock and cliffs. It s a mountainous island; the highest peak is 1862 meters/6, 100 feet high. Madeira is all mountains, no beaches. Photo by Katja Presnal. 2. It s perfect for adventurous…


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Best places in Brazil

Best places in Brazil


Have you been itching for lush rainforests, fantastic cities, tropical islands, and heavenly beaches? Then you’ve been itching for a Brazilian adventure. You’ll find colonial towns that will make you feel that you’ve stepped back in time, red-rock canyons that will make you feel that you’ve stepped onto another planet, and awe-inspiring waterfalls and jungles that will make…


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Porto visit

Porto visit


Photo: João Paulo Don t miss visit Casa do Infante, by Ribeira admire the old houses of Miragaia, very close to the Ribeira quay by day or by night, stroll through the Galeria de Paris and the adjacent streets, close to the Torre dos Clérigos pop up to Rua Miguel Bombarda for a taste of contemporary art and design stroll through the Parque da Cidade, down to the sea front enjoy…


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Top places in Brazil

Top places in Brazil


263 reviews From: $74.99 10Lagoa Neighborhood The Lagoa area is not only the most exclusive neighborhood in the affluent Zona Sul district but is the third-most expensive neighborhood in all of South America. It is also home to a large lagoon known as the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. The four-mile path encircling the lagoon is a favorite spot for joggers and cyclists. Open-air…


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Brazilian places

Brazilian places


View Caption Hide Caption Brazilian slice: top rump at Picanha Brazil. (Meghan McCarthy/ The Palm Beach Post) Brazil is closer than you think. You don’t have to fly to Rio for a taste of Carioca cooking. BRAZIL IN BOCA: Three places for a taste of Brazil Casa do Pao Brazilian Bakery Owned and operated by the Arruda family for 11 years, this bakery is well known for its freshly…


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Brazil interesting places

Brazil interesting places


Brazil is the land of marvelous beaches, carnivals, soccer, coffee, and of course, the Amazon rainforest. Add to the list great people, cities, and a mix of different wonderful cultures and you would do anything to be in Brazil. The tourists are mostly seen at Rio de Janerio, the Fernando de Noronha Island, Sao Paulo, and Salvador. The city Brasilia is the capital of Brazil…


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Flying to Brazil

Flying to Brazil


A costumer stops by a sneaker display at a shopping mall in the outskirts of Sao Paulo. Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images A costumer stops by a sneaker display at a shopping mall in the outskirts of Sao Paulo. Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images It was a terrible Christmas season for stores in Brazil. For the first time…


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