Easter Events Calendar by Province | South Africa 2013

Now you can prepare yourself for the upcoming long Easter weekend (Friday 29th March – Monday 1st April 2013) with our useful Easter Events Calendar for 2013. Use this four-day holiday wisely and spend time with the family or just get away from it all and let your hair down.

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10 Weird Travel Signs for 2013

These travel signs will surely tickle your funny bone. We have to admit that we’ve seen some funnies ourselves before but these signs simply take the cake! Travel signs are often poorly translated and convey an entirely different meaning than intended, which makes them particularly entertaining to English speakers.

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Top 5 Most Beautiful Buildings in the World

1. Taj Mahal, India

The Taj Mahal presents a definite contrast of a magical, romantic building set amidst industrial city surrounds. The Taj Mahal was built in 1632 by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal who died during childbirth. This is the jewel of the east and of Muslim art and it is one of the most universally respected buildings in the world.

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Top 10 Things to Do in Budapest

Budapest is an incredible city that can easily be explored over the course of a weekend. If you are fit, we suggest you explore on foot – all you need is a map with the main sights indicated. Alternatively, take an open top bus tour and obtain a fabulous perspective of this historic city, stopping at each of the main sights.

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Top Train Trips in Europe

A train journey is one of the most interesting ways to explore Europe. And if you’ve never experienced the joys of train travel then you are no doubt missing out. Not only is train travel a cost-effective way to see a few countries within a couple of hours, it also furnishes one with the opportunity to see incredible landscapes changing as one passes by – something that travel by plane simply cannot provide.

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Top 10 Things to Do in Rome, Italy

There are many magnificent buildings in Rome and one can spend day upon day in this glorious city soaking up the incredible architecture. However, if your time is limited and if you are only able to visit the city for three to four days (a recommended minimum!) then these are some of the things we highly recommend that you see and do.

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What to Expect from Air Travel in 2013

One of the most exciting developments in air travel this year will be the widespread usage of “soft tickets”. We are in the age of the smart device and it is only natural that this convenient, not to mention environment friendly, alternative to printed tickets was accepted as a viable mode of flight confirmation.

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Winter Storm Euclid Hits – Effects of Draco Still Have the USA Frozen

Winter Storm Draco has impacted holiday air travel severely over the last week, with 1,600 cancelled flights on Wednesday the 26th of December alone. The storm has developed unusually, resulting in a second storm, Euclid in north-eastern regions, and tornadoes in southern regions of North America.

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