Melbourne: A Year-Round Destination

Melbourne south skyline cityscape sight australia
Located right in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria, you’ll find the second largest city in the country - Melbourne. The former capital of Australia combines world-class dining, a jam-packed events calendar and a privileged geographic diversity that makes it a year-round destination that’s worth the visit. When To Go To Melbourne There’s really not a...

A Caribbean Cruise: The Perfect Winter Getaway

Winter Caribbean Cruise
A cruise is not only a perfect choice for summer; it’s also a wonderful vacation option to escape form the cold winter. There are cruise ships that sail year-round from ports near major population centers, so you could head to the Caribbean cruise from your snowy city and head over to warmth weather, sunny beaches and a lot of...

Colorado: A Winter Paradise

Colorado Winter-Telluride
Colorado is well-known for its stunning mountains and mountain towns. For any visitor interested in an incredible winter destination for skiing, snowboarding and enjoying beautiful winter landscape, Colorado is the place for you. A Luxurious Mountain Town Aspen is one of Colorado’s most famous mountains towns, one of the favorite destinations of the rich and famous. Its awe-inspiring mountain surroundings are...

Moscow: The Place To Be During The 2018 World Cup

Saint Basil's Cathedral In Moscow
From June 14th to July 15th 2018 Russia will host the 21st FIFA World Cup. This event will be a month-long festival of football featuring 32 teams from all over the globe. The tournament's 64 matches will be played in 11 host cities across Russia, with the Opening Ceremony and Match, along with many other games including the Final...

Daylight Saving Time 2017

Fall Daylight Saving Time
On Sunday, Nov. 5, the Daylight Saving Time (DST) will end. Several states and territories of the United States and other countries practice DST, which is the act of setting clocks one hour forward during the spring, and one hour back during the autumn. Setting The Clock Daylight Saving Time 2017 officially ends in the US at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov....

When Is The Next Solar Eclipse?

2017 Solar Eclipse
The recent solar eclipse was the most-observed and most-photographed eclipse in history. However, if you didn't get a chance to see it, don't worry: the next eclipse will take place on July 2, 2019 - crossing Chile and Argentina. A Beautiful Astronomical Phenomenon Total solar eclipses usually tend to occur every 18 months or so, when the Moon passes directly between...

The Blue Ridge Mountains: Autumn’s Natural Splendor

Blue Ridge Mountains
The Blue Ridge Mountains are a beautiful landscape that offers some of the most colorful and longest running fall leaf seasons in the world. Thousands of visitors go to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and North Georgia every autumn to see the gorgeous fall foliage. Fall 2017 looks to be another great season for the...

Day of the Dead: Mexico’s Grand Celebration

Day of the Dead, Mexico
The Day of the Dead - or Día de los Muertos - is one of the most emblematic celebrations in the Latin American culture. It is a two-day holiday honoring the spirits of the deceased. This celebration coincides with the Christian holidays of All Hallows' Eve (November 1) and All Saints Day (November 2). This traditional holiday is celebrated with...

The Jenever Festival: Two Days of Celebration in Belgium

Hasselt belgium
Every year, and for two days only during the 3rd weekend of October, the city of Hasselt hosts the incredible Jenever Festival, one of the major events in all of Belgium. In 2017, the festival will be on the 14 and 15 of October. Jenever: History and Tradition Jenever refers to the popular traditional liquor from Belgium. It is known as...

The Moon Celebration: China’s Mid-Autumn Festival

Fire dragon dance
The Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节), also known as “The Moon Festival” is one of the most important annual celebrations in China and Vietnam. The festival takes place every year on the 15th day of the 8th Chinese lunar month; this day is chosen for the celebration as it is considered to be the time of the year when the moon...

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