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Aruba
Australia
Austria, Salzburg
Costa Rica
Cuba
Czech Republic, Prague
France, Paris
Germany, Heidelberg
Greece, Athens
Hungary, Budapest
Ireland, Dublin
Italy
Mexico, Merida
New Zealand, Auckland
Scotland, Aberdeen
Scotland, Inverness
Spain, Seville
Thailand
United Kingdom, London

Aruba

Australia

Austria, Salzburg

Costa Rica

Cuba

Czech Republic, Prague

France, Paris

Germany, Heidelberg

Greece, Athens

Hungary, Budapest

Ireland, Dublin

Italy

Mexico, Merida

New Zealand, Auckland

Scotland, Aberdeen
Also known as “The Granite City,” Aberdeen has long thrived as the oil capital of Europe. With a population or approximately 210,000, Aberdeen is a city of flowers and with more than 2 million roses and 11 million daffodils, has won the “Beautiful Britain in Bloom” award more than eight times. It is the third largest city in Scotland and is a cosmopolitan oasis for residents and travelers alike. Easily accessible via bus, train, or by air, you’ll find that Aberdeen is full of proud and friendly Scots.
Aberdeen, Scotland is written by M.J. Conlon.

Scotland, Inverness
Inverness, also known as “The Gateway To The Highlands,” has a population of approximately 42,000 souls and is a beautiful city with many old stone buildings, excellent roads, rail, bus and air connections. Whether you plan to hill walk, camp, fish, shop or cycle tour, this is the perfect base for your trip to the Highlands and surrounding areas. Many day trips out of Inverness are available or you can stay within the city’s limits to enjoy all Inverness has to offer including cinema, theatres, a modern sports centre with swimming pool, restaurants, nightclubs, bars and cafés. Inverness sits on the Caledonian Canal, which bisects Scotland separating the Highlands from the rest of the country. The tourist information office is located on Bridge Street, and it includes the bureau de change, booking office for ferries, accommodation booking service and internet service. In December 2000, Inverness shed its town designation and became a full-fledged city, this award granted by the Queen. A ceremony took place in March of 2001.
Inverness, Scotland is written by M.J. Conlon.

Spain, Seville

Thailand
I am one of eTravelplan's travel editors I was in Thailand for 2 weeks recently. The information below comes from my trip there. The basic itinerary was fly into Phuket for 4 days and nights, Chang Rai for 2 1/2 days, 3 nights, and then Bangkok for 3 days, 4 nights. If anyone has any questions for me on my trip, please feel free to e-mail me at hco@etravelplan.com.

United Kingdom, London



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