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  • The best jazz clubs in the US

    Jazz is probably one of the most typically American music genre ever to be invented, and like many other American invention, it gained huge popularity all over the world. Jazz can be heard in clubs from Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, but some jazz purists claim that there’s no better jazz than the one you can hear in US clubs.

    So if you are the type of person who likes to feel the groove every once in a while (or every day, even), it won’t be easy to choose the best jazz clubs in the US – because there are so many of them! So here is a list of our suggestions.

     
  • Top 5 weekend hideaways in the US

    Adirondacks National Park

    Taking time off for a holiday when you’re busy with work and other obligations can be difficult, even if you badly need a few weeks off to replenish your energy.

    But on the bright side, you can always use your weekends to do a bit of traveling, even if you don’t cross half the country. So here are the top 5 weekend hideaways in the US, to help you plan your weekend trip.

     
  • Top 10 most famous mountains in the world

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    Mont Blanc, France

    One of the first things that kids learn in geography classes is how high them mountains in their respective countries are, and of course all of them are compared to Mount Everest, or some other peak that is among the highest in the world. Mountains have somehow become a reason for national pride in many countries, and woe is the country that is unfortunate enough to have only plains and hills on its territory.

    So naturally, when we visit another country, mountains are an instant attraction (well, maybe only for those who are into hiking and trekking). In any case, should you wonder which mountains are famous enough to be checked out during your travels, here’s a list (in no particular order) of some of the most famous peaks in the world.

     
  • Five weird theme parks around the world

    Unless you are aged 10, you probably won’t want to plan an entire trip around visiting one single theme park. Amusement parks are more amusing for kids rather than adults, but there is the odd park that can make even the most hardened grown-up smile a little.

    If you are bored of traditional merry-go-rounds, roller coasters and ghost trains, you should check out some of the more unusual theme parks around the world. They might not be enough to keep you entertained for weeks, but there will be enough novelty in them to fill a day at least. Here’s list of the most weird and unusual theme parks you can find.

     
  • Five Original Ways to Spend Easter

    In just a few days, Easter will be here – the Christianity’ most important holiday is also a good reason to take a break from your daily routine and do something you haven’t done in a long time. All around the Christian world, people have established their own easter rituals and routines.

    But spending your day at home surrounded by tons of food and all that festive atmosphere can sometime become pretty intoxicating: you might get rather annoyed and bored instead of being happy and relaxed. This is why we came up with this short list of unusual Easter traditions, meant at adding a little excitement and a fair dose of surprise in your Easter vacation:

     
 
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