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South Africa


 

Le Conseil national des provinces ( National Council of Provinces – NCOP) Bo Kaap or " Cape Malay Quarter ". The Carnival runs for 2 months,  December,  January the Bo Kaap celebrates a big street party, the "Coon Carnival"...

The Cape Town to Johannesburg train passes the same wonderful scenery as the  26 amazing hours by train, right across South Africa.
The Cape Town to Johannesburg train passes the same wonderful scenery as the megabucks Blue Train, but costs only 430-670 Rand ( £38-£60 ) including a bed in a 2-berth or 4-berth sleeper; 

The Carnival runs for 2 months, December, January the Bo Kaap celebrates a big street party, the "Coon Carnival"

The Blue Train ( Die Bloutrein in Afrikaans ) is a train that travels between Pretoria and Cape Town. It is one of the most luxurious trains in the world and a great alterative to the regular trains if you have the money. Before 2002, it also operates along the Garden Route, to the Victoria Falls and towards Hoedspruit ( for Kruger National Park, but nowadays the only one is the 1,600-kilometre-long route ( taking about 27 hours ) between the capital and the Cape, although there are a few occassional trips to Durban and Pilanesberg National Park.

National Route 7 ( full name in Spanish: Ruta Nacional 7 Carretera Libertador General San Martín ) is a road in Argentina. It crosses the country from east to west, from the capital (Buenos Aires) to the border with Chile, thus linking the Atlantic coast with the Andes, crossing the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Córdoba, San Luis and Mendoza. It has a total length of 1,224 km, of which 367 km (30%) are freeways. Train of the Clouds because clouds can often be seen around.

Argentina


 

National Route 7  is a road in Argentina. It crosses the country from east to west, from the capital (Buenos Aires) to the border with Chile, thus linking the Atlantic coast with the Andes, crossing the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Córdoba, San Luis and Mendoza. It has a total length of 1,224 km, of which 367 km (30%) are freeways.

National Route 7 is a branch of the Pan-American Highway, and continues into Chile under the name of Route CH-60.

Walking is a great way to get around Buenos Aires during the day. With the grid system it is pretty hard to get lost and because of the traffic, it may even be quicker than a taxi or bus. The larger avenidas are lined with shops so there is plenty so see. In the Micro centro calle Florida is a pedestrian shopping street where you can walk from Plaza San Martin to Avenida de Mayo near the Plaza de Mayo. It crosses Lavalle (also pedestrian only) which takes you to the Plaza de la Republica and the Obelisk.
  
One of the highest and most modern ski resorts in Argentina lies a few kilometers away from the City of Mendoza.

COMER / empenadas de queso, de carne, choclo con queso, cazuelo de cabrito, cayote con nuces.
 

Émirats arabes unis

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How to dress to enter a mosque

Ferrari World est le parc d'attractions phare d'Abu Dhabi

Japon

the center of Roppongi Hills stands the 238 meter Mori Tower, one of the tallest buildings in the city.

The area of interest in Roppongi Hills includes the Mori Garden
The headquarters of TV Asahi are also located on the grounds.

Panama

Restaurants - very good Irish Pubs in  Panama City

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Cuba


Hostal Calle Habana

Uno de los abrazos musicales más calurosos entre Cuba y Puerto Rico, el Septeto Santiaguero


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