The Mecca of skiers everywhere. Whistler is the most important ski resort on the West Coast of Canada.
Himeji Castle - occasionally known as Hakurojō or Shirasagijō - is located in Himeji in Hyōgo Prefecture, about 50 kilometers west of Kobe and about 650 kilometers west of Tokyo.
One of Turkey's most famous landmarks is the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, with the six minarets.
It's better to help people than to be like a gnome in the garden said Amélie Poulain in the French comedy film "The Fabulous Destiny of Amélie Poulain 'released in 2001 and nominated for five Oscars, starring Audrey Tautou. The French naive young was a shy waitress in a Montmartre café called Café des Deux Moulins. The Café preserved alot of the 1950s atmosphere although it doesn't look exactly like it did in the movie. The menu offers the same delicious escalopes of veal in a cream sauce, beef files, calf's liver, green frisée salad with bacon bits and warm goat cheese, and pigs' brains with lentils. The movie has developed in a real cult of Amelie for fans all around the world and the cafe on 15, rue Lepic is a must for all Amelie's fans visiting Paris.
Canyoning = the sport of exploring a canyon by engaging in such activities as rappelling, rafting, and waterfall jumping.
A New York city landmark, at more than a quarter of a mile up in the sky, in the heart of Manhattan.
One trip to Scotland and you will be mesmerized by the beauty of the landscape, the countless castles, the history and the culture of this riotously land.
If you're strolling around in Maramureș, you might as well set your GPS on Săpânța.
Every year, on the last Wednesday of August, the streets of Buñol in the Valencia region of Spain, are covered with full ripped tomatoes, as thousands of people gather for the food fight festival.
Fish & chips, a great British tradition, became very popular, especially among the working classes, in the second half of the 19th century.