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25 things you can only do in Cádiz
Steep over the Atlantic and about to set foot in North Africa, the curious triangle of the lower end of the peninsula comes wrapped in a photogenic light that favors everyone. And it is discovered as a surprise gift wrapped in a thousand layers, all the things you can only do in Cádiz.

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Hotel euphemisms: enough of Mindfulness, it's meditation!
Hotel euphemisms: enough of Mindfulness, it's meditation!

Mindfulness, mindfulness everywhere! © Alamy Mindfulness: Yes, it is the buzzword, the new mantra of establishments that are obsessed with seasonality and the 'yoginis'. There may be some that are, who have specialists trained in Nepal or India who know how to apply the techniques of relaxation and meditation Buddhism in unique environments.

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The four most rogue streets of Hamburg
The four most rogue streets of Hamburg

MARKTSTRASSE Wilkommen in Karolinenviertel! , an area that barely occupies a dozen sidewalks and a small park. But this is the crux of everything, the father of hipsteria that surrounds the northwest of the city. The Bible of indie hamburger behavior is in its most unique street, the Marktstrasse.

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Tokyo Express: 48 hours in the capital of pop culture
Tokyo Express: 48 hours in the capital of pop culture

Express Tokyo: 48 hours in the capital of pop culture © Getty Images DAY 1 1. KAWAII BREAKFAST IN FLORESTA (NATURE DOUGHNUTS) Located west of Shinjuku, Kôenji is one of the epicenters of the Tokyo underground scene and one of the most important areas young people as far as population is concerned. Its small local shops (record stores, vintage clothing and items, live music bars ...) and residential buildings with two or three floors make it a charming oasis to walk before entering the vibrant neon megapolis.

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These were the most visited hotels by the super rich in 2017
These were the most visited hotels by the super rich in 2017

See "10" photos "The most frequented super-luxury hotels by the rich" The rich among the rich fell at their feet © Alamy More than Most popular hotels for the super-rich, 2017 (The most popular hotels among the super-rich in 2017), this classification could well be titled 'Play game gentlemen', judging by the prominence that Las Vegas establishments have in it.

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Things you should know about the One World Trade Center
Things you should know about the One World Trade Center

IT'S CALLED ONE WORLD TRADE CENTER (1WTC) Although for a while it was officially called Freedom Tower and is still known by that name on the street. The One World Trade Center is the number one of the World Trade Center complex, built where the Twin Towers were. In fact, One World Trade Center was the name of one of them, the one they attacked first.

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Decalogue of the PHPL (that is, the perfect Parisian luxury hotel)
Decalogue of the PHPL (that is, the perfect Parisian luxury hotel)

1) IT HAS FRESH FLOWERS They are found as-who-doesn't-want-the-thing, at the reception, the breakfast table and the rooms. They can be bouquets or two simple roses cut in a glass vase. If there are no flowers, there is no luxury. And that comforts us of the soulless prosaics that relate it to yachts and expensive cars.

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Hawaii will ban tourists from approaching their dolphins
Hawaii will ban tourists from approaching their dolphins
This image may not be repeated in Hawaii © Cordon Press The most common cetacean in this area is the sympathetic dolphin or long-nosed acrobat, who inhabits the tropical seas and has a habit of feeding at night on the high seas and resting near the beach. Coast during the day. However, as they are able to swim even if they are sleeping, many tourists interfere even without realizing their sleep patterns, with the added risk that when they are suddenly awakened they can get scared and react dangerously.
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Prague and its great lady of art
Prague and its great lady of art
The picture demands a commitment to the imagination: imagine Baroness Thyssen in a lilac robe, pink socks and slippers at the door of her house feeding the pigeons, just in front of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid. Let's go back to Prague, from where this article is written, in a country that when it was called Czechoslovakia suffered a communist coup in 1948 that began with the prohibition of imagination.
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Bed bugs in a 5 star hotel? If possible!
Bed bugs in a 5 star hotel? If possible!
This article may prevent you from sleeping peacefully ... © Photo by Yuris Alhumaydy on Unsplash You probably think that you can only find yourself with an unpleasant plague of bed bugs if you sleep in a low-class hotel. But this statement, contrary to popular belief, is not true. This is assured by Anticimex, a pest control company with an international presence: "Regardless of its category, any hotel can have a bed bug infection, since its presence is not related to order or hygiene. the affected places, "they tell us.
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5 star luxury in Coachella: sleep in one of the Marriott stores
5 star luxury in Coachella: sleep in one of the Marriott stores
Festival in VIP mode © Alamy Stock Photos Eight are the pop up rooms that are, of course, available to festivaleros. Of course, they have electricity, air conditioning (OH MY), soft sheets in which to slide after an early morning destroyer, amenities and even concierge. Each one is decorated differently, inspired by the individual brands of the company: the modern Aloft, the very personal Autograph Collection, the vibrant Moxy ... However, those extraordinary pleasures, which still are more in a three-day festival in the Desert, they are not the only ones that Marriott offers: those who get some of the coveted suites will also have access to an adjacent parking lot, VIP seats at concerts, showers and private bathrooms, a breakfast of those that take away the desire to have lunch and late night snacks.
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Slow Cities: the tourism of calm
Slow Cities: the tourism of calm
LEKEITIO: THE PUERTO PESQUERO THAT INVENTED THE TXACOLÍ The Mexican painter Diego Rivera was so taken by the landscape of this place that paintings such as The Church of Lekeitio are still preserved. Closely linked to the sea, this fishing town on the coast of Biscay also attracted Empress Zita of Habsburg and Isabel II.
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Dobro jutro! Dubrovnik's best breakfasts
Dobro jutro! Dubrovnik's best breakfasts
Having breakfast in Dubrovnik has these views © Above 5 Rooftop You have arrived by cruise or with your backpack, attracted by fantastic stories or guided by pure blind instinct, nobody gets rid of Dubrovnik's spell. Waking up here is a privilege - make sure you start the day as it deserves. If you have arrived by cruise (and you can go out for breakfast) or by bus, Bon Appetit is a stone's throw away.
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