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Tripopedia Contributions by Richard L.

 

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A Guide to Quebec City

Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province, Quebec. It's the oldest city in Canada and wasfounded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. As a port city, it's strategically located in the St. Lawrence River valley and has a ...

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An Introduction to Montevideo

Montevideo is the largest city and capital of Uruguay. It wasn't until recently that people started seeing the city as a great tourist destination. However, this only makes your exploration all the more exciting as you discov...

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Top Montego Bay Sites

This is the capital of the Parish of St. James and the second largest city in the Island of Jamaica. The city boasts of the third largest population in the country after Kingston and Spanish cities. As a destination for t...

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Popular Sites in Guatemala City

Guatemala, originally called 'La Nueva Guatemala de la Asuncion', is 'Guate' to the locals residing in the state. It is the largest of the cities in the state of Guatemala and the seat of the Guatemalan government. Being als...

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Virgin Gorda: Places to Go

It is the third biggest island, after Anegada and Tortola and subsequently, most densely inhabited Virgin Islands. It is said that Christopher Columbus named it 'The Fat Virgin' because from the horizon it looks like a fat la...

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Key West's Key Attractions

If you want to visit a small place with a big name, then you must consider Key West - three and a half miles in length and one and a half miles in width. It lies to the south west of Miami, some 160 miles away. Being just mil...

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Niagara Falls: Something for Everyone

Whether you want a solo vacation or a vacation with your family, Niagara Falls is the idle place - it provides educational and fun activities to every person. If you have kids, then you should consider the various ameniti...

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Take a Tour of the Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, dedicated way back in 1872, is the world's oldest national park. Most of the park covers more than two million acres of land and is largely located in Wyoming State, although parts of it extend to I...

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Yosemite National Park: More Than the Waterfalls

Yosemite National Park and great waterfalls go hand in hand - one cannot be thought of without the other. So, if you want to take the pleasure of waterfalls and use up all your camera rolls, then you must visit this national ...

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Tourist Attractions in San Salvador

San Salvador (Spanish name - meaning 'Holy Savior') is the capital and the largest city of the state of El Salvador, Central America; it is second to Guatemala in population density. This city is responsible for about one hal...

 

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