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Waterville Valley, New Hampshire

Waterville Valley, New Hampshire

New England itself is pure charisma. The area is draped by sparkling snow in the winter, swept with fresh seaside air during spring and summer, and painted with the changing colors of its trees during autumn. Waterville Valley, Hew Hampshire is a beacon of these seasons and a proud New England town. Its resort is the focal point, lending to recreational activities throughout the seasons that include skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, swimming and much more.
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Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley

Australia's oldest wine region is a beautiful destination. From fine wine and gourmet food to elegant accommodation and fabulous events, a Hunter Valley getaway offers a taste of the good life. Australia's most visited wine region is home to 150 top-class wineries, vineyards and cellar doors. Whether you're wine tasting, being pampered in one of the valley's day spas, or teeing off from a championship golf course, you'll enjoy a warm country welcome in the Hunter Valley.
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Bergheim 41 - Cafe4you
Heidelberg, Germany

Bergheim 41 - Cafe4you

Dear Heidelberg Lovers! Have a look on our second episode of Café4you. Today, Sophia will show you the "Bergheim 41". Enjoy!
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Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela has been a centre for culture and scholarship for centuries, most famous for being the end destination of a thousand-year-old pilgrimage: El Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James. Being the capital of the Galician region in north-western Spain, everyday life in Santiago is modern and chic. Awarded recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage City in 1985, Santiago de Compostela is a historical gem and one of the most impressive cities in Spain.
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Biarritz

Biarritz

They all used to come here, from Napoleon III to Frank Sinatra – Biarritz used to be the Monte Carlo of the Atlantic coast but with the time, the glamour faded. Thanks to windsurfing and other water sports, however, the city has rejuvenated. It now is the perfect destination for a relaxing weekend break, completed by some of the best food around. And there is no need to rush: the city is fairly small and you can easily see everything around, even during a short visit. One thing worth to set aside time for is the morning market in Les Halles: try the city’s own mamia, fresh curd sheep’s milk.
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Nomad Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany

Nomad Heidelberg

Dear Heidelberg & coffee lovers! In our last episode of Café4you, Sophia will show you the Café Nomad Heidelberg in Neuenheim. Enjoy!
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coffee nerd Heidelberg
Heidelberg, Germany

coffee nerd Heidelberg

Sophia will show you the coffee nerd in Heidelberg. Enjoy!
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Aberdeen

Aberdeen

Known as the Granite City because of the locally quarried stone, Aberdeen, the capital of northeastern Scotland, is one of the most distinctive cities in Great Britain. Surrounded by magnificent scenery, it mixes rich history, beautiful granite architecture and traditional industries with a flurry of leisure and entertainment amenities. It has a vibrant arts scene, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and one of the most buoyant economies in the country. Scotland’s third largest city truly has something to offer to everyone.
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Hot Air Ballooning
Hunter Valley, Australia

Hot Air Ballooning

Enjoy magnificent vistas of the Hunter Valley in a hot air balloon. On this wonderful adventure marvel at a glorious sunrise and delight in the spectacular panoramic views of the vineyards, mountains and valleys. Choose from several operators in the region: www.visitnsw.com/things-to-do/tours/balloon-aloft www.visitnsw.com/things-to-do/tours/balloon-safaris www.visitnsw.com/things-to-do/tours/cloud-9-balloon-flights www.visitnsw.com/things-to-do/tours/wine-country-ballooning
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Plateau de l’Atalaye
Biarritz, France

Plateau de l’Atalaye

The views of the Atlantic waves crashing over the cliffs below are dramatic. This is where the whale watchers would have been on the lookout, at a small building called cloche d'Alarme. A statue of the Virgin Mary, raised in 1865, perches on one of the cliffs that can be reached via a bridge. Nearby is also the quaint Place Sainte-Eugénie and the old fishing port Port des Pêcheurs. Talk a casual walk around and do not forget to pass the park Esplanade de la vierge or the local aquarium close by.
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Cape Cod Rail Trail
Dennis Port, Massachusetts

Cape Cod Rail Trail

Formerly used for freight rail cars, the track was transformed into a bike trail. Biking or walking through forests, fields, marshes and cranberry bogs all the way to Wellfleet should not be missed when in Dennis Port. Information on tracks and routes as well as bike rentals can be found on the site shown below. Dennis Chamber of Commerce 242 Swan River Road | West Dennis, MA +1 508-398-3568 http://www.dennischamber.com/ info@dennischamber.com
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Indian Lands Conservation Area
Dennis Port, Massachusetts

Indian Lands Conservation Area

Behind town Office, A coastal area of 25 acres of woodland and marshes hides a unique environment: every year during the winter months, the shores of Bass River are the typical destination of Nobscusset Indians, a native american community who continues to reside in this natural pearl since 1778. When winter comes, these people come along and built their wigwams along the shores of Bass River, where they use to relax until Spring arrives and brings Lady Slipper Orchid to the river´s meadows.
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