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Marseille

Marseille

Marseille is the undiscovered jewel in the crown of France’s Mediterranean coastline. The rocky hills of Provence look down onto the ancient port and the thousands of boats docked in its clear blue waters. Countless artists have been seduced by the sunny climate and the hustle-and-bustle of the town. France’s second city has all you could ask for - beautiful beaches, ancient buildings, thriving arts, and a diverse and dynamic nightlife. Welcome to a place fiercely proud of its unique cultural heritage, dubbed "Planet Mars" by its youthful population.
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Irish Islands

Irish Islands

Ireland doesn't stop at its coastline or waterfront. In fact, the ends of the land are only the beginning of an adventure – the springboard from which you can cross the Atlantic Ocean to reach some of the country’s best-kept secrets. There’s nothing quite like standing on an Irish island, gazing out into the Atlantic blueness, feeling the sea breeze on your cheeks and soaking up its magical atmosphere. A visit to these outposts is bound to be an enlivening experience.
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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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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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Whitsunday Coast

Whitsunday Coast

Sun, sea and sand all add together to make the Whitsunday Coast the ideal place to relax. Enjoy a great atmosphere and nightlife in a spectacular setting. A beach lover’s paradise where everything is on hand to make your stay in this area one you won’t forget. Close to the Great Barrier Reef and just 16 miles from the Whitsunday Islands there is plenty to see so why not just hang out and enjoy? Backpackers and families alike will enjoy the many attractions such as Airlie Beach lagoon and the amazing croc safaris up the Proserpine River.
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Branson, Missouri

Branson, Missouri

World class shows. Neon lights set aglow. Numerous attractions lining the strip. But look again—this isn’t Las Vegas. This is Branson, Missouri. Lauded as the “Live Entertainment Capital of the World,” Branson draws myriads of visitors to its theaters, which feature anything from comedic magic acts to Elvis Presley tributes. The natural beauty cannot be ignored either, for the Ozark Mountains provide a terrain of sparkling waters and forested trails. It does tend to be humid in Branson, but the temperatures are mild to moderate.
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Christ Church
Oxford, United Kingdom

Christ Church

Known as "The House", Christ Church is one of the colleges of Oxford University and was founded in 1525 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. It is also the cathedral church of the diocese of Oxford, namely Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford. The dining hall at the Christ Church, known as the Great Hall, will look familiar to any fan of the Harry Potter films as it inspired the set of Hogwarts. The cathedral and college complex was also used as the backdrop for numerous scenes in the popular movie series. Moreover, a portrait of Charles Dodgson can be seen upon entering the Hall. Charles Dodgson's pen name is Lewis Carroll who is a famed author of Alice in Wonderland.
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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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Burgplatz & Rhine embankment promenade
Düsseldorf, Germany

Burgplatz & Rhine embankment promenade

Burgplatz is where the little River Düssel, which gave the town its name, flows into the Rhine. In the background is the former collegiate church, St. Lambertus, with the shrine of St. Apolinaris. Next to the bridge over the Düssel, the monument to Düsseldorf being granted the privileges of a town demonstrates impressively more than 725 years of town history (town status granted in 1288). The square is dominated by Alter Schlossturm, the old palace tower (now the Schifffahrt-Museum navigation museum) and last testimony to the princely palace from the 13th century that fell victim to flames in 1872. The generously proportioned Rhine embankment promenade is considered one of the most beautiful on the Rhine. Upriver, the Medien Hafen is characterised by outstanding architectural creations, and the elegant district of Oberkassel on the opposite bank by art-nouveau facades.
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