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Burning Man isn’t your usual festival. It’s a city wherein almost everything that happens is created entirely by its citizens, who are active participants in the experience.
Once a year, tens of thousands of people gather in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, a temporary metropolis dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliTexas, USA
An Abbreviated Timeline. The full story is on the link below.
Brothers Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen found Houston
Texas becomes the 28th state in the Union
Congress designates Houston a port
Houston's first park opens. The site, now Sam Houston Park, contains several of Houston's earliest buildings
A number of temples in Bali are well known for being the residences of monkey population. One of them is the monkey forest in Sangeh Village, just 21 KM away from Denpasar. The resident monkeys there are told to be the guardians of Pura Bukit Sari.
The 40-m high temple was a masterpiece of the seventeenth century.The below is the list of beaches around New York City; Long Island, the Bronx, Brooklyn, New Jersey
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├ Brooklyn beaches
├ Bronx beaches
├ Queens beaches
├ North of Long Island
├ South of Long Island
├ New Jersey Beaches
A Suica is an IC card used in Japan to ride the trains. But actually, there are times when you can pay for things other than transportation fares using your prepaid Suica card.
You can use the card inside the station building, at most of the shops and vending machine there and also at many usual shops outside the station including convenience stores, supermarkets, If you are planning to go to Venice from Rome it would be a good idea to stop over at Florence (Pisa).
You can take a train from Rome to florence in about 1.5 hours and from Florence to Venice in about 2.6 hours. The train brings you right into the heart of Venice.Vietnam
If you sail down the Mekong you can reach Cambodia and get to Phnom Penh.
Click the link you can find how the blogger did this.Facts about Hawaii.
Shakespeare in the Park: annual free shows in the summer at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park!
Great artists take part of this tradition with a public coming from around the world to celebrate Shakespeare and other classics.
The tickets are free and available for pick up at the counter or online. The theatre opens its doors every summer at 7:30 pm and theLjubljana, Slovenia
There are electric cars driving around the center of the city and taking travellers, locals, elderly, lazy and it is free and open for anyone to use during hours of operation (8:00am - 8:00pm). Innsbruck, Austria
The Tirol Panorama, the museum is an architectural masterpiece in its own right, and it offers a journey through the history of Tirol, building up to the key event that is the battle between Napoleonic troops and the Tyrolean rebels led by Andreas Hofer in 1809, which took place in the exact spot the museum is located today. The most famous battle was Not enough people realise that one of the best views of London’s skyline is free. Whilst The Shard costs upwards of £20, The Sky Garden is completely free to visit. It’s best to be organised and book yourself a slot. But if you forget then you can queue up and you’ll usually get up to the top after 9-10pm when most people have already left.
Once up in the Sky Garden you’rVenice map with some attractions.Cebu, Philippines
Kawasan falls in Badian, Cebu is a peaceful natural place where you can enjoy many waterfalls of natural spring water located near the southern tip of Cebu Philippines, just 130 kilometers southwest of Cebu City and about three hours bus ride
A gentle hush of rushing ice cool water..
Japanese etiquette you need to be aware of.
Tatebashi is what it's called when chopsticks are placed in a bowl of rice standing up. In Japanese Buddhist funerals, rice is offered to the deceased with the chopsticks standing straight in the bowl. Since it has this funeral connection, it's also a breach of manners to do it in daily life. When you're eating and you want to pInteresting facts about North Carolina.