the practice line at Comox Games Comox is a town on the eastern coast of Vancouver Island, a little further north from Qualicum Beach. It has a population of over 12,000 people and shares the Comox Valley with Courtenay and Cumberland. The town is famous for being the home of British Columbia’s oldest licensed establishment, […]

Valet In Echo Park Echo Park is a district of Los Angeles along Glendale Boulevard about a mile north of Westlake. The district is centered around Echo Park, which features an idyllic lake that is surrounded by palm trees and lotuses, in the middle of which is a little island that can be reached by […]

Les Deux Magots Quartier Latin or the Latin Quarter (5th Arrondissement) is the warren of steep, sloping streets[1] generally considered the refuge of Paris’ intellectuals, artists, and bohemians.[2] It has a reputation for having a small-town atmosphere and a hip and chic feel to it. Originally established by the Romans as the ancient city of […]

Stepping Stones over the River Mole, Box Hill, Dorking England is the United Kingdom’s largest constituent country and one of the most recognized and most visited destinations in the world. Much of England’s appeal stems from its history and culture. This is the same country that has given the world the legendary tales of King […]

Building in the main Street of Dawson City, Yukon Dawson City was once a small outpost at the mouth of the Klondike River in the valley of the Yukon River, used by Indians to dry their salmon. This shanty town was transformed, however, by gold rushers who set up timber shacks and canvas tents. Almost […]

Self Portrait in Barbados Barbados has a reputation for being laidback and hospitable to tourists – it must be the beautiful pink and white beaches and the endearing Caribbean sun that makes Bajans act this way. Barbados is definitely one of the more picturesque islands of the Caribbean. You’ll find a scenery of seaside villages, […]

Port Daniel is a little town in the Gaspé peninsula famous for its Port Daniel Park, which is a good spot for trout and salmon fishing.

Falls in Quebec city Quebec is Canada’s largest province with a landmass covering one-sixth of Canada, but it is also its most unique – home to a huge French-speaking enclave with a distinct culture not found anywhere else.[1] Known as “La Belle Province”, its bastion of French culture in an Anglo-dominated continent has survived to […]

the Swan Rotterdam is the Netherlands’ most modern city. While Amsterdam and other Dutch cities are marked by the medieval feel of canals, narrow streets and alleyways, Rotterdam is more modern-looking. Completely destroyed in WWII, Rotterdam rebuilt its city with high rises, skyscrapers, and tall residential and office buildings. The city also has one of […]

Pope Palace Avignon France Avignon is located at the heart of the Vaucluse region of France, most famous for its bridge sung by school children worldwide in the celebrated “Sur le pont d’Avignon”. There is a real medieval 14th century feel to Avignon – from the storied Palais des Papes where seven exiled popes settled […]


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