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Siena, Volterra, San Gimignano By Enrico Massetti
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This is a guide to Siena, Volterra, and San Gimignano. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions and of the "Palio di Siena". It contains many reviews for the best... More > recommended restaurants that are at the location described, you have the basic information ready: the name, address and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.< Less
Adonia 2015 By Ian Parkinson, Richard Williams
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A day by day journal about our cruse on P&O Adonia to Ireland, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Scotland and the Scilly Isles. Read all about our days onboard, the cruise experience and the mountains of... More > food we ate. Join us on our excursions ashore and sample the highs and lows of cruising. Ian and Richard tell you what happened every day, from rough seas to fabulous food.< Less
The Italian Riviera Milan to Turin By Enrico Massetti
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This is a guide to a multi-days trip in the Italian Riviera. It starts with a visit to Milan, then to the Charterhouse of Pavia, to continue through Portofino, Camogli and the San Fruttuoso Abbey. It... More > then goes to Genoa and Savona before heading North through the vineyards of the Langhe and reach Turin. There are extensive descriptions and photos of the attractions. It contains many reviews for the best recommended restaurants that are at the location described, you have the basic information ready: the name, address and telephone number are included in the guide together with the review.< Less
Brazil and the FIFA World Cup By Nathan Hoturoa Gray
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The FIFA Football World Cup is the most followed sporting event on the planet. Over 46% of the population tunes into the tournament via television, radio or online; the competition worth over $2.4... More > billion in television broadcast rights alone. Brazil, 5 times world champions and fiercely proud soccer nation have finally got their second chance to showcase their country to the rest of the world. Currently in the top ten economies, how has Brazil developed since their first World Cup hosted in 1950? Will the significant class divides lead to a volatile contest replete with protests and disharmony as present in their hosting of the Football Confederates Cup in 2013? Or will the country come together to host an unforgettable tournament knowing that the world has their scrutinizing eyes on them in the build up to the Rio Olympics in 2016?< Less