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Venice is one of those cities in the world you just have to visit. The city is world-famous, filled with history and  bursting with romance. No doubt its charm and elegance will leave you breathless. But: Venice can be tricky.  Here’s a survival guide for Venice virgins, with 5 things you should know before you go.

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Venice is one of those cities in the world you just have to visit. The city is world-famous, filled with history and bursting with romance. No doubt its charm and elegance will leave you breathless. But: Venice can be tricky. Here’s a survival guide for Venice virgins, with 5 things you should know before you go.

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The survival guide for Venice virgins: 5 things to know before you go: http://travelboulevard.be/venice/

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Memento Park is an open air museum located 10 kilometers outside Budapests city centre.

This theme park takes you back to the communist past, with a collection of statues and monuments that were removed from the streets of Budapest after the fall of the system. There are statues of Hungarian Communist leaders, Lenin, Marx and Engels and other ‘heroes’ of the Cold War.

The park museum is well worth a visits if you’re interested in history, it give you a unique glimpse of how life used to be behind the iron curtain. At the same time it’s an homage to democracy.

 

 

Visiting Memento Park in Budapest: ghosts of a communist past – a photo gallery Memento Park is an open air museum located 10 kilometers outside Budapest’s city centre.
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Going to Tahiti for the first time? This is what you should know!

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Lovebirds… #Berlin

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"taking care of you" #Berlin

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Street photography in Beijing - China.

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Visiting schools in The Gambia is popular among tourist, and when asked what people should bring (or not), these are the tips the principle gave us:

    Notebooks, pencils, sharpers and erasers are always welcome. We prefer pencils over pens because writings in pencil can be erased and the paper can be used again.

    Don’t bring any candy or toys, there are too many children and there will always be children who will feel left out.

    Some parents don’t have the money to buy the school-uniform: if you want to donate uniforms, just ask the head of the school or the teachers and they will be happy to direct you to the shop where you can buy them.

Whatever you bring, give it to the head of the school or the staff. They will give it to the children who need it the most. Like I said, there are a lot of children, it’s difficult to give something to everyone.

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Visiting schools in The Gambia is popular among tourist, and when asked what people should bring (or not), these are the tips the principle gave us:

Notebooks, pencils, sharpers and erasers are always welcome. We prefer pencils over pens because writings in pencil can be erased and the paper can be used again.

Don’t bring any candy or toys, there are too many children and there will always be children who will feel left out.

Some parents don’t have the money to buy the school-uniform: if you want to donate uniforms, just ask the head of the school or the teachers and they will be happy to direct you to the shop where you can buy them.

Whatever you bring, give it to the head of the school or the staff. They will give it to the children who need it the most. Like I said, there are a lot of children, it’s difficult to give something to everyone.

Want to read more?
http://travelboulevard.be/visit-school-gambia/

Discovered at The Gambia, The Gambia. See more at Trover

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