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On a trip to the infinite Cantabria

Playa del Sable in San Vicente de la Barquera by Javier Delgado Esteban The tourist office of Cantabria has invited us next week to a four-day trip to get to know the region and enjoy its gastronomy and natural charms. Of course, we have launched into the new adventure without hesitation.
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Visit to Quito

The capital of Ecuador was the first city included in the Unesco World Heritage list in 1978. I think this can give you an idea of ​​what it means to visit Quito, a colonial jewel at 2,850 meters above sea level and surrounded of volcanoes that are still active. The city has three very different parts: the old and endearing historic center, the southern area -populated with humble homes- and the northern area (most expensive part of the city and headquarters of its financial center).
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Visit Cardiff

Cardiff is the capital of Wales and can be an ideal weekend getaway for those who live in London or want to know other places on the island when they travel to the country. That is what I did last week when visiting a good friend in the capital of the United Kingdom. We got on a coach at Victoria Station and in three hours we planted in the city.
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From the plane to the pub: how to get from Dublin Airport to downtown

If you travel to Ireland, you will probably fly to Dublin and travel from the capital of the country on the island. Or maybe on a weekend getaway you only have time to get to know the city (are you really going to miss everything that a trip through Ireland offers?). In either case, these are the transportation options you can choose from when going from the Airport to the center of Dublin, which is about 10km away.
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Travel to Beijing night

Photographer Dan Chung of the British newspaper The Guardian passed through Beijing and made this splendid video of the city at night. Taking a look at the memory it seems that there is little left to complete a complete summary of the city at night. The neon lights, the skyscrapers, the stands where fast food of all kinds is sold - dog included -, the bicycles, the charming hutongs where the real life runs over itself, the overcast sky of the city and even the spits that the Chinese let go down the street - fortunately, a beautiful soundtrack attenuates the noise that precedes them.
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Picture of the day: The views from the Gokyo peak

Many say that the views from the peak of Gokyo are even more spectacular than from the Everest base camp. I am also of the same opinion. After completing the trekking at the foot of the highest mountain in the world, one goes backwards and then goes west to the Chola Pass pass.
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