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John Dickinson-Lilley is registered blind, his guide dog Jimmy helps him to get around. But for one Islington restaurant this was enough to refuse him entry – illegally. But this isn’t rare, blind people are regularly refused services because of their dogs. Is it hard to keep track of the law, or are restaurateurs ignorant of their duties?
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A trip to London might as well be a trip through history. This city has long been a hub for finance, education, and culture, and is full of modern construction mixed with ancient buildings.
Your London tour must include St. Paul’s Cathedral, one of its most well-known churches. You’ll also want to see the Tower of London, the Palace of Westminster, and Westminster Abbey for exquisite examples of the city’s famous architectural landmarks. Walk or jog through numerous green spaces, among them Hyde Park and Green Park, in the center of London.
Continue your London sightseeing in the West End, where you’ll find ancient buildings converted into modern shops, restaurants, bars, and shows. You’ll find one of the largest theatre districts in the world here, and can take in a different play almost every night of the week.
For a real treat, climb aboard the London Eye, a giant, rotating Ferris wheel, and see the old and new parts of the city all at once.
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It’s only 93 miles from Florida, and just 13 from the Bahamas, but like the smoke that coils from its legendary cigars, The Republic of Cuba exists in a time and space all its own.
Few cities can stir the imagination like Cuba’s capital, Havana, a city preserved by forts, a five-mile seawall, and an imposed embargo, which held back the excesses of the 20th century for over 50 years.
Havana’s lure can be hard to resist, but Cuba offers so much more beyond the seductive lights of its capital. In Cuba, a long sandy beach is never far away.
Just 12 miles from Havana’s downtown, the Eastern Beaches unroll toward the town of Matanzas, the birthplace of the rumba, and Cárdenas, where the Cuban Flag flew for the very first time. From here, follow the scent of fresh lime, rum and suntan lotion north to Varadero.
After exploring the northern coastline, turn south towards Cuba’s most revolutionary city, Santa Clara, and Trinidad, once the sugar capital of the world. Don’t miss elegant Cienfuegos, the only Cuban city founded by the French.
Sometimes it’s hard to know whether Cuba is awakening to the world, or if the world is awakening to Cuba. Whatever your politics, it’s easy to admire this island nation that has proudly gone its own way.
Cuba may still have one foot firmly in the past, but as the world tumbles towards tomorrow, we can be thankful for the many things it has not let go.
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Join us we visit Zagreb, Croatia in this travel guide covering some of the top attractions and best things to do in the city. With a great food scene, plenty of green spaces and a charming historic core (Gornji Grad) you’ll soon find out what makes Zagreb an underrated capital to visit.
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Intro – 00:01
1) Markets and Ban Josip Jelačić Square (Zagreb Central Market – Dolac Market) – 00:35
2) Zagreb Cathedral (Zagrebačka katedrala) – 02:14
3) Restaurant Street in the Upper Town (Tkalčićeva Street) – 03:11
4) Museum of Broken Relationships (Muzej prekinutih veza) – 03:40
5) Church of St. Mark (Crkva sv. Marka) – 04:41
6) Promenade Views Upper Town in Zagreb – 05:45
7) Stone Gate in Zagreb (Kamenita Vrata) – 06:19
8) Eating Croatian Food (Truffles) in a Fotic Restaurant in Zagreb – 06:55
9) Zagreb 360 for views of Zagreb, Croatia – 10:31
10) Lenuci’s Horseshoe – 11:45
*Bonus* Ice Hockey game watching Medveščak Zagreb – 13:28
Outro – 14:07
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Our visit Zagreb travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Croatian), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting churches, parks, the old town, quirky neighborhoods, museums and a hockey game. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won’t find in a typical Zagreb tourism brochure, Zagreb itinerary or Zagreb, Croatia city tour also known as Zagreb, Hrvatska.
10 Things to do in Zagreb, Croatia Travel Guide Video Transcript:
Our travels in Croatia brought us to Zagreb known for its lively street markets, vast green spaces, and varied architecture that spans numerous movements, we reached the capital and hit the ground running. In this video we’re going to show you some fun things to do in Zagreb, as well as share our favourite place for sampling the most delicious truffle dishes:
From the main square you have the Flower Market, and if you head up the steps, that leads to Zagreb’s Central Market.
Zagreb Cathedral is one the city’s main landmarks. This is the largest sacral building in the Gothic style southeast of the Alps, and it’s pretty easy to spot the spires wherever you are in the city.
Our walk through the Upper Town eventually lead us to Tkalčićeva. These days you’ll find a lively street lined with restaurants, cafes and bars.
We reached what may be the most memorable museum in the whole world: The Museum of Broken Relationships. The museum is a global crowd-sourced project that deals with heartbreak. Inside you’ll find curious objects with a corresponding story.
St. Mark’s Church bears the medieval coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia and Slavonia on the left-hand side, and the emblem of Zagreb on the right.
To enjoy city views of the Lower Town there are some great vantage points along the promenade.
On our way down from the Upper Town, we walked through Zagreb’s famed Stone Gate. Once the eastern gate into the medieval settlement now houses a small chapel.
Let’s take a break from all the sightseeing to introduce you to one of our favourite restaurants in Zagreb when it comes to truffle dishes
And craving more views of the city, we then went up Zagreb 360.
Known as the Green Horseshoe, this park was named after Milan Lenuci who came up with the idea of creating connected green spaces right in the downtown. The horseshoe is home to several museums, galleries and archives.
If you’re into hockey and you visit Zagreb during the season, you can catch a game in the city. We watched Medveščak Zagreb play.
And that’s it for our visit to Zagreb! We hope you enjoyed this travel guide and that you got a few ideas of things to see, eat and do on your own visit.
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Take a tour of Los Angeles, California – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Hi, this is your host Naomi. I would like to show you the top ten attractions of Los Angeles.
Number 10, Los Angeles Downtown. Although Los Angeles attractions are spread over a large area, the city is architecturally diverse Downtown is a thriving urban center.
Number 9, Venice Beach. Experience the colorful lifestyle of the West Coast on the Venice Beach, Boardwalk. Here, you will find a festive atmosphere, eclectic entertainers and funky shops.
Number 8, Santa Monica Pier. By the scene at Santa Monica Beach, is the famous Pier with a perennial carnival like setting. Draws locals, as well as visitors from around the world.
Number 7, Hollywood. Everyone knows about Hollywood and you have got to visit the Hollywood sign, when in Los Angeles.
Number 6, Hollywood Walk of Fame. Hollywood celebrates it’s contribution to entertainment through these celebrity stars.
Number 5, Griffith Observatory. Located in Griffith Park on Mt. Hollywood, this great public observatory has state of the art facilities and excellent views of Los Angeles.
Number 4, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre. built in nineteen twenty seven, this is among the famous theatres in the world.
Number 3, Rodeo Drive. If you are a shopping buff, you will love Rodeo Drive. A glamorous shopping District, Rodeo Drive is full of upscale and fashionable shops.
Number 2, Beverly Hills. Take a walk around, you might even spot a celebrity in this neighborhood.
And number 1, Malibu. The Los Angeles area has many scenic beaches, Malibu in particular is an excellent place for you to experience how locals enjoy the beach life in California.
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Orange County, California, is sandwiched between the vibrant metropolis of Los Angeles and the relaxed waves of San Diego. “OC,” as it’s called by locals, is a group of cities located along the Pacific coastline and inland.
Begin your Orange County sightseeing with a history lesson. Mission San Juan Capistrano, located on the county’s southernmost tip, features the oldest Californian buildings in use today, and you can tour these almost any day of the week. Just a few years later and a few miles to the north, the sleepy town of Laguna Beach attracted new types of worshippers, namely sun and nature lovers. In the late 19th century, it became a playground for the vacationing wealthy. These days, Laguna Beach is full of hills, winding streets, and creative personalities, and is the perfect place to shop for art.
If you’re looking for something a little off the beaten path, Crystal Cove is the place for you. Where else can you stay in antique cabins put together from old Hollywood movie sets? Not in Newport Beach, where sprawling, million-dollar homes line the harbor. Can you believe you could once buy lots here for $1 an acre?
Hit the waves in Huntington Beach, then head inland to explore the theme parks. The grandfather of all amusement parks is Disneyland®: it’s stood in Anaheim since 1965. Not far away is Knott’s Berry Farm®, once a collection of relocated ghost towns that evolved into a series of rides and amusements intended to celebrate the pioneer spirit.
Do you like monkeys? Do you like to count monkeys? Head over to the Santa Ana Zoo and see how far you get. The benefactors donated the land on which it sits on the condition that there would be at least 50 primates in the collection at all times, and it’s up to you to make sure that promise is kept.
Despite its various architectural marvels, theme parks, and numerous activities, Orange County is famed for something much simpler: its sunsets. Head over to the nearest beach and watch the sun disappear into the Pacific today.
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Luther Barnes & The Sunset Jubilaires, “Oh My Lord” Original Release Date: February 6, 1988
Award-winning gospel artist Luther Barnes began performing professionally when he was only nine years old. During his long career he has been part of a number of groups, released a long list of albums, had his songs featured in films, and even appeared in off-Broadway plays. He has many talents, including singer, songwriter, and pianist.
Luther Barnes was raised in North Carolina as part of a large extended family comprised of many musicians and vocalist. Another love the members shared was of the gospel, in both word and song. When Barnes was only nine, he became part of a group called the Barnes Juniors. It was formed by his father, Reverend F.C. Barnes. Other members were Luther’s brothers and one of his uncles. Luther also took part in another family group, the Sunset Jubilaires, and then later in the Budd Gospel Choir. When time came for college, Barnes entered the St. Augustine College located in Raleigh, NC. There he earned a B.A. degree in Music Education. He used that training to become a music teacher at both his former junior high and high schools, and to give private piano and vocal lessons. He has also served as minister of music at his church, and director for On the Rise Youth Choir. Barnes’ recording career began in 1987 with the completion of the album, See What the Lord Has Done, released under the Atlanta Records label. Between then and the year 2000, he recorded nearly 20 full-length gospel offerings. Some of the tunes listeners can sample from his albums include “It’s a Good Thing to Be Chosen,” “How Can You Walk on By,” “He’ll Come to My Rescue,” “We Must Be Ready,” “Sometimes I’m Burdened,” “Lord I’m Waiting,” and “So Satisfied.” ~ Charlotte Dillon, All Music Guide
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In this video, we’ll show you 10 best things to do in California.
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#10 0:15 SAN DIEGO
It is known for sunny beaches, beautiful parks, and a warm climate. Visit Balboa Park, beautiful Coronado, La Jolla Cove, Little Italy, Gaslamp Quarter, Old Town San Diego, etc.
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#9 1:19 IMPERIAL SAND DUNES
45-mile long sand dune field Algodones Dunes can reach heights of 300 feet or more, creating an illusion of an endless landscape. Stop at the Osborne Overlook.
#8 2:22 PALM SPRINGS
It is a desert resort city known for its year-round sunshine, boutique hotels, over 100 golf courses, great recreational possibilities, palm trees, surroundings (Aerial Tramway, Thousand Palm, Coachella Festival, etc.).
#7 3:35 ORANGE COUNTY
It is a large metropolitan area south of LA best known for beautiful beaches, high-end shopping and dining, and other attractions such as Disneyland. Visit Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, etc.
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#6 4:29 LOS ANGELES
Some of the best places to visit include Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Hollywood with Universal Studios, Beverly Hills with Rodeo Drive, OUE Skyspace LA (a glass slide at the top of US Bank Tower).
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#5 5:44 SANTA BARBARA
It is a glamorous town with beautiful Spanish-style 18-century architecture, offering a unique atmosphere on its vibrant streets often referred to as the American Riviera. Visit Mission Santa Barbara, Sterns Wharf, Santa Ynez Mountains, etc.
#4 6:43 NATIONAL PARKS, etc.
Some of the most exceptional national parks and preserves in the US such as Joshua Tree national park, Death Valley with Badwater Basin, Mojave National Preserve with Kelso Dunes, Yosemite National Park, Redwood National Park, Sequoia National Forrest, etc.
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#3 8:07 PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY
What better way to discover California than by taking a scenic drive on Pacific Coast Highway. Stop Big Sur (McWay Falls), Ragged Point, Elephant Seal Vista point, Hearst Castle, etc.
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#2 8:57 SAN FRANCISCO
It is a cultural and financial center of Northern California. Visit Golden Gate bridge, Alcatraz island, the largest Chinatown outside Asia, nearby Silicon Valley, etc.
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#1 9:36 NAPA VALLEY
It is one of the world’s premier wine regions and home to over 400 wineries. It’s famous for romantic escapes, amazing culinary experiences, concerts, wine tasting, wine train, views from a hot air balloon, etc. You can also explore the nearby SONOMA VALLEY.
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Tourism in Mexico – Best Tourist Attractions
Mexico is a federal republic in the southern portion of North America. It is bordered to the north by the United States; to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost two million square kilometers (over 760,000 sq mi), the nation is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area and the 13th largest independent state in the world.
With an estimated population of over 120 million, the country is the eleventh most populous and the most populous Spanish-speaking state in the world while being the second most populous nation in Latin America. Mexico is a federation comprising 31 states and a special federal entity that is also its capital and most populous city. Other metropolises include Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puebla, Toluca, and Tijuana.
Pre-Columbian Mexico dates to about 8,000 BC, is identified as one of seven cradles of civilization and was home to many advanced Mesoamerican civilizations, such as the Olmec, Toltec, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Maya and Aztec before first contact with Europeans. In 1521, the Spanish Empire conquered and colonized the territory from its politically powerful base in Mexico-Tenochtitlan, which was administered as the viceroyalty of New Spain. Three centuries later, the territory became the current nation following recognition in 1821 after the colony’s Mexican War of Independence. The tumultuous post-independence period was characterized by economic inequality and many political deep changes. The Mexican–American War (1846–1848) led to a territorial cession of the extensive northern territories to the United States. The Pastry War, the Franco-Mexican War, a civil war, two empires and the Porfiriato occurred through the 19th century. The Porfiriato was ended by the Mexican Revolution of 1910, which culminated with the promulgation of the 1917 Constitution and the emergence of the country’s current political system.
Mexico has the fifteenth largest nominal GDP and the eleventh largest by purchasing power parity. The Mexican economy is strongly linked to those of its North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners, especially the United States. Mexico was the first Latin American member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), joining in 1994. It is classified as an upper-middle income country by the World Bank and a newly industrialized country by several analysts. By 2050, Mexico could become the world’s fifth or seventh largest economy. The country is considered both a regional power and middle power, and is often identified as an emerging global power. Due to its rich culture and history, Mexico ranks first in the Americas and seventh in the world by number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Mexico is a megadiverse country, ranking fourth in the world by biodiversity. In 2016 it was the eighth most visited country in the world, with 35 million international arrivals. Mexico is a member of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the G8+5, the G20, the Uniting for Consensus and the Pacific Alliance.
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