A Short Guide About Alicante Gay Life

Alicante, a lively city on the Mediterranean coast of Spain, is a popular holiday destination for many gay travelers. Although much smaller than Madrid or Barcelona, Alicante offers numerous opportunities for enjoying an unforgettable summer vacation.

Most of the tourists are attracted by its fascinating beaches. With endless kilometers of golden sand and sunny summer weather, Alicante is the perfect place for getting in touch with the Mediterranean. The most popular beaches among gays and lesbians are definitely Alicante nudist beaches: Urbanova and Cabo de las Huertas. Urbanova beach is situated in the south part of Alicante coast, several kilometers away from the city center. It is quite close to the Alicante airport and you can often see airplanes flying above the beach. You can access it by car following the road N-332, direction Elche. Another option is to take a bus number 27 in front of the main Alicante train station RENFE, which communicates once per hour. Urbanova

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Holiday & Travel Guide For Rome, Italy

A Long time popular destination, Rome is famous for the classic Roman buildings and the culture that surrounds the city. Set half way down the leg of Italy, on the Western side, the city is now 2,700 years old.

What is Rome like?

Rome is a beautiful, historic city full of architecture and the hustle and bustle of Italian life. Home to shops of leading worldwide fashion designers, some nestled in near the Spanish Steps, and also the famous Colloseum, Trevi Fountain and more, there is often too much to see rather than too little. The streets of the capital city of Italy are very busy, but have many quaint restaurants and lovely Gelato (a real taste of Italy, extremely sweet and refreshing hand made ice cream) shops spread about, particularly if you venture into some of the outskirts, so you will get a real Italian experience.

Things to do

The Vatican City, home to the Pope of the Catholic Church, is nestled within Rome. A trip into this tiny l

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Sydney – A City Guide Of Sydney In Australia

The harbour city of Sydney, Australia may not be the country’s capital but it’s still a city of majestic beauty and chic style. Located in Australia’s south east coast, in the state of New South Wales, Sydney is a holiday destination famous for its long days of sunshine, national landmarks and brilliant beaches.

As the site of the first European colony in Australia, Sydney is a city rich in the colonial heritage and history. Hyde Park Barracks and Elizabeth Bay House recreate the atmosphere of the first white settlers in Australia during the 19th and 20th century, as well as housing exhibitions on Australian history, ideas and culture.

The heart of Sydney is its two landmarks, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Built on the picturesque Sydney harbour, the opera house is one of the greatest performing arts centres in the world and a source of great beauty and wonder. Opened in 1973, it was designed by a Danish architect to represent

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Interesting Facts About The Bollywood City Mumbai

There are many popular cities in India, but there is one which catches the fancy of the majority of people from Indian and abroad. Well, the entertainment capital of the nation encloses some interesting and fun facts in its treasure box too!

Today, let us peep through some exciting facts about the popular city Mumbai and enhance our knowledge about the place. Make sure you learn them and also share the information.

• Did you know the Mumbai city was used as dowry! Yes, you read it right. During the year 1661, Portuguese ruled Mumbai. Back then, Mumbai was known as Bombay. The Bombay city was given to the England as a dowry during the marriage of England’s King Charles II with the Portugal Princess Catherine de Braganza. It is indeed an interesting instance to know!
• Weird name stories of iconic Navi Mumbai places. We think that the name of any place has some past behind. Well, not in case of Mumbai as you will be surprised to know – there is no c

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Oxford- A City Guide

Oxford is a city and local government district in Oxfordshire, England,
with a population of 134,248 (2001 census). It is home to the
University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking
world. It is known as the “city of dreaming spires”, a term coined by
Matthew Arnold in reference to the harmonious architecture of the
university buildings. The Oxford suburb of Cowley has a long history of
carmaking, and still produces BMW MINIs.


Oxford was first occupied in Saxon times, and was initially known as
“Oxenaforda”. It began with the foundations of St Frideswide’s nunnery
in the 8th century. The University of Oxford is first mentioned in 12th
century records. Oxford’s earliest colleges were University College
(1249), Balliol (1263) and Merton (1264).

During the English Civil War, Oxford housed the court of Charles I in
1642, after the

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Fun Facts About Geneva

Switzerland. Known for chocolates, watches, and being neutral in most armed conflicts, this charming little tri-lingual country also houses two of Europe’s main capitals, Zurich and Geneva. The former, in particular, is known for being home to the European branch of the United Nations, but that is far from all there is to her. This article clues you in on a few fun facts about this Swiss city that will no doubt leave you wanting to visit!

  1. It has peculiar traffic. Don’t be surprised if your Geneva airport taxi driver chooses to take the long way round rather than turn right at a red light. He is not trying to rip you off; it’s just that he can’t. Turning right at red lights is forbidden in this Swiss city, which, despite this handicap, still manages to have the lowest commuting time in Europe.
  2. Famous faces. A lot of famous personalities are associated with Geneva. Freddie Mercury and Charlie
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Enjoy San Francisco Without Budget-Busters Following These Tips on Money-Saving

Visiting the USA, may make you leave your heart, not your life savings. Here, you can have fun and also keep a check on your spending. Heading downtown San Francisco featuring easy-to-use multiple transit options. Nevertheless, the hilly, windy streets makes driving around San Francisco involve pricy parking.

San Francisco driving around is recommended only if you have plans to travel outside the city. The rail system in the region is accessible and affordable, an appropriate alternative to driving.

Consider the sightseeing deals when you are on budget vacation. Consider the Free stuff such as go to see the top attractions such as Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Golden Gate Park and Golden Gate Bridge. The Park has entrance free; while there may be admission charge to use parks attractions may charge admission

San Francisco CityPass allows visiting multi-attraction. This is a Muni Pass for seven- days allowing unlimited cable car, other public transport and

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Walking Through Paltinis

We must start this article by saying that Paltinis is the first mountainside city from the Carpatians, opened in 1894, but also the highest situated upland – 1442m high. Impressive, right?

It is also interesting to know that the architecture of the first cabins built in this area was inspired by the one of the alpine cabins from Tirol, Austria. It is amazing to see how such a beautiful place by its nature, can annually attract thousands of foreign tourists, delighted by the possibility of hiking in Paltinis.

No matter the season, Paltinis is always showing mountain lovers a great time through lots of different activities. Only 32 km away from Sibiu, the cultural capital of Romania, Paltinis is skulked in the heart of the mountains. Cindrel is surrounded by cool thickets, spectacular crests and wide fields.

Paltinis is the ideal destination for those who love hiking, because it offers numberless routes and activities. You can take a walk up to the Batrana p

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Expat Guide: Postal Services in Portugal

The postal service in Portugal was introduced in 1533 by King Manuel I. Today CTT (Correios e Telecomunicações) is the national postal service. Many expats claim that the postal service in Portugal is better than that in the UK. CTT stands for Correios, Telégrafos e Telefones. There are over 1,000 post offices (correios) in the country. Most of them are open on weekdays from 08:30-18:00 and on Saturday mornings until 12:30. People who live in rural areas prefer to rent an apartado (post office box) and collect mail themselves.

Portugal’s state-owned monopoly postal service offers a number of services, including:

• Collection and delivery of letters
• Economy, Normal, Priority or Express postal services
• Money transfer
• Stationery
• Payment of bills
• Sending and receipt of faxes
• Public phone booths
• Insurance packages
• Mail forwarding
• Advertising mail

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5 Interesting Facts About Lovina Beach in North Bali

Not as widely visited as south Bali, north Bali has a distinct and unique character of its own. Lovina, a sparsely populated stretch of pristine black sand beach, has become the destination of choice for tourists wishing to escape the Bali’s busy south. Lovina Beach is home to quaint hotels, secluded resorts and vacation villas all built on or near the beach. Visitors to north Bali will discover that the region offers a much more rewarding vacation experience than the cookie cutter package tours found in south Bali.

Here are five facts that you probably don’t know about Lovina:

1. The name “Lovina” is a relatively recent development started by a forward thinking government official in the 1950’s. Lovina is essentially the name given to a 10 kilometre stretch of beach located west of Bali’s historic capital Singaraja. This area was once made up of seven tiny fishing villages: Temukus, Kalibukbuk, Anturan, Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Banyua

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