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In Simi Valley, There is Something for Everyone

The Simi Valley is a good place for traveler,naturist,history buff, art enthusiast,golf lover.Image Credit: Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce Located in between the...
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Buellton – America’s Beloved Small Town

Image credit: Lihua Zheng/New San Cai In the hit indie film Sideways, two friends decide to venture on a road trip to California wine...
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A Castle And a Medieval Village Hidden Among The Clouds: Erice,...

Sicily is the largest island of Italy, where you can find a volcano, idyllic islands, blue grottos, charming villages, Roman ruins, beaches located...
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The Most Beautiful Cities in Italy – Part II

In our first article we went on a journey through Verona, Rome, Florence, Venice and Burano.  Now we invite you to join us in our...
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The Most Beautiful Cities in Italy – Part I

Italy is a country that doesn’t have only one or two beautiful cities, but a lot of places where you can enjoy a...
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A Journey Through Time: Paris in the 1890s

Notre Dame - Seine River - Île de la Cité  Pont Saint-Michel  Paris, Notre Dame Pont au Change - Palais de Justice - Palais...
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A Window to The World: Paris in the year 1890

Boulevard of the Madeline The Madeleine - rue Royale L'église de la Madeleine Madeleine Church, interior St. Augustine Saint-Étienne du Mont - Sainte Geneviève...
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The classical color of Paris in the year 1910

Below you can admire Paris photographed from different perspectives and angles, as it once looked in 1910: rue Sainte Foy - rue d’Alexandrie Place...
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A Window to Paris from The Archives of the Planet

In 1914, Leon Gimpel, Stephane Passet, Georges Chevalier and Auguste Leon started working on the project called “The Archives of the Planet”. They went around...
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Carmel's beach area is famous for its white sands and pacific sunset. Photo by: Yoyo Chiang

Carmel-By-The-Sea: A Fairytale Destination

Travel along the Pacific coast, about 120 miles south of San Francisco, and you’ll come across the delightfully magical town of Carmel-By-The-Sea. Referred to...
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