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Tel Sheva

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This is a UNESCO heritage site.

Tel Sheva is located in the Beer Sheva – Arad valley which is referred to in the bible as the Negev. 258 more words

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Sicily

Dear Reader,

Stanito’s staff has traveled extensively in Italy, and it’s not bold to say just one thing: Sicily is definitely the best part of the country.

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Goa. . . More Than the Beaches

Portuguese Goa

Originally posted on May 12, 2013by annetbell

Namaste!

As the students enjoyed  the promised two restful days on the beaches, David and I headed down to explore  the Portuguese footprint in India, mostly the churches. 424 more words

Ancient Olympia: Let the Games begin

Celebrity athletes, elaborate construction projects, political infighting – when you think about it the Olympic Games haven’t changed all that much since they first started in Ancient Greece. 1,256 more words

Travel

Old Rauma

Situated on the Gulf of Botnia, Rauma is one of the oldest harbours in Finland. Built around a Franciscan monastery, where the mid-15th-century Holy Cross Church still stands, it is an outstanding example of an… 151 more words

Unesco

To Be Entranced

Pause a moment to wonder about the purpose of a Sema Board.  Here’s a hint: the board is approximately three foot square.

A manhole cover? The lid for a very large flour bin? 620 more words

Travel

Himeji + Kobe

Hi folks! Today’s feature will be on two really lovely cities in Japan–Himeji and Kobe. I visited both places around 6 years ago!

I really don’t know why I’m missing Japan so much recently–it always happens when Autumn is approaching. 578 more words

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