Archive for January, 2010

  • An Assortment of Varied, Top Family Vacation Ideas
    An Assortment of Varied, Top Family Vacation Ideas
    Choosing the best family vacationing spot purely depends on what kind of activities one would like to indulge in. There are several websites providing various family vacation ideas but they may be loathed by some people because the list doesn’t encompass places of their choice. Ideally, there isn’t any list that’s with collection of perfection destination. Hence, the list that I am providing here is an assortment of few varied vacationing spots, so it has something for everyone. All the below mentioned places have been described lengthily in this website. So, if you like any or all of the vacation ideas just follow the link to know more. Switzerland – Paradise on Earth I haven’t seen God’s paradise, but if there’s any heaven on earth, it has to Switzerland. This terrain redefines magnificence with panoramas of  [...]
    Posted at January 29th, 2010 at 03:01 am
  • Catch It Before It Falls!
    Catch It Before It Falls!
    Fill your pocket with money and pack you bags before you miss the chance to see world’s best leaning towers! If you think that there is only one leaning tower, leaning tower of Pisa, then you need to update your general knowledge. There are many leaning towers on this earth and we are going to tell you best five out of them which you should go and visit. 1. The Leaning Tower of San Pietro di Castello, Venice, Italy Venice is known as ‘city of bridges’, ‘city of canals’, ‘city of water’ and much more! Most of the people describe it has the most romantic city in Europe. And in one of the famous landmark is Leaning Tower of San Pietro di Castello. The captivating tower is leaning down from one side because of the waterlogged soil. Bell tower gives the most photogenic pictures which will make your friends and family jealous! 2.  [...]
    Posted at January 26th, 2010 at 12:01 am
  • Whistler Resort
    Whistler Resort
    Peak 2 Peak: The Worlds Biggest Gondola As the Winter Olympic Games date is close enough, Whistler is all set to give their guests secure, safe and comfortable stay at their resorts. Whistler is spending ton amount of money on capital improvement. The Winter Olympic Games is been hosted by Canada for the third time and it will be held from February 12th to 18th, 2010 at Vancouver and some events such as the Alpine, Nordic and sliding events are held at Whistler. And the main attractions of Whistler are the giant two point seven miles gondolas which will cross from Whistler Mountain to Blackcomb Mountain. The Peak 2 Peak gondolas are the brand new and eye-catchy gondolas system on which most of the money is spend. So it’s worth taking a ride on! The distance between the two towers, these gondolas covers around one point eight-eight  [...]
    Posted at January 22nd, 2010 at 01:01 am
  • The tallest building of the world
    The tallest building of the world
    Modern Skyscraper technology has advanced to a point where we are seeing taller and taller buildings.  As a result, on an average every 5 years we hear about a new ‘Tallest building’.  It was not so long time ago that the Empire State building was the tallest in the world.  Today, when we talk about the skyscrapers, we refer to the Petronas Towers, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Taipei 101 and the Burj Dubai. All of these engineering masterpieces are unique in their own way and are considered to be the tallest and the best the world has seen.  Let’s have a look at them below in more detail. Let’s start with the Petronas Twin Towers of Malaysia.  These towers have the distinction of being the tallest twin buildings in the world.  The towers stand at a height of 1483 feet.  The towers are connected by a sky  [...]
    Posted at January 19th, 2010 at 01:01 am
  • Top Attractions of Maldives
    Top Attractions of Maldives
    Maldives is the best place in whole world to spend the holiday vacation, relaxing and enjoying the view of Tropical Island. Natural beauty of Maldives is stunning and revitalizing. The island resorts offer many activities for tourists to enjoy. Maldives constitute of over thousand small islands known as islets, but only few islets are occupied. These islands rests in the Indian Sea and thus makes an ideal holiday trip for such people who want to be isolated, away from the crowd and city’s noise. The capital city of Maldives is Male which has numbers of museums and attraction to allure tourists towards it. The capital also has many luxurious hotels and restaurants as well as lodges and hotels at economical rates. There are many things to explore here but do not miss out the underwater caves nearby beaches. Talking about beaches,  [...]
    Posted at January 15th, 2010 at 01:01 am
  • Jokhang Temple- home of divine Sakyamuni
    Jokhang Temple- home of divine Sakyamuni
    Location: Jokhang Temple is located in the heart of the old city of the Lhasa. It has the honor being the first Buddhist temple that was been constructed in Tibet. It is also supposed as the most temples among all the temples in Tibet. Tibetan Buddhists go to Lhasa as a pilgrimage throughout the year. History: During the early 7th century, one of the most important Kings of Tibet named Songsten Gampo got married to the princess of Nepal named Tritsun as well as to the princess of China named Wencheng. Both of the princesses brought with them a figure of Sakyamuni in Tibet. Songsten Gampo used to rule the Tubo Kingdom. During that time there were hardly any buildings and people used to live in tents. There were no palaces. As it was required to worship and enshrine the two priceless statues they princess brought with them, it was  [...]
    Posted at January 12th, 2010 at 05:01 am
  • Pleiades: American Samoa
    Pleiades: American Samoa
    A Pleiades or commonly known as seven sisters are hot blue and extremely luminous seven stars that has formed in the last 100 million years is one of the finest example of American Samoa which are seven small separate islands between Hawaii and New Zealand and has volcanic foundation. American Samoa is a cluster of isles in the South Pacific Sea that comes in between Hawaii and New Zealand and about hundred kilometers to the east of the island country of Samoa, which is branch of the same archipelago. American Samoa is known as a tropical island paradise in the heart of Polynesia and it has still preserved the old Samoa traditional values. The country is part of the United State of American but the people are not called as the citizen of the US but the’ Nationals’. The people of American Samoa doesn’t need passport of any kind  [...]
    Posted at January 5th, 2010 at 10:01 pm
  • Gladiators That Ruled The Colosseum
    Gladiators That Ruled The Colosseum
    Human being has been since birth fascinated with the name shelter, construction, and inventions and explore. The very first construction that must have come to his mind would have been for escape from animals and climate. But, as the time passed by the construction improvised and went better which then later adapted the name architecture. Then it got spilt in many regional styles. There are places which are blessed with different styles of architects. One such place is ‘Italy’ that settles on Italian peninsula in southern hemisphere and on two largest islands in Mediterranean Sea. Well known for embracing European cultures and establishing the Roman Empire this land has been the birthplace for Renaissance.  Home to many renaissance artist the capital of Italy, Rome is tremendously rich in art, culture, architecture, literature,  [...]
    Posted at January 1st, 2010 at 12:01 am