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Diet Fads Come And Go.....

Cursed by dieters everywhere, and loved by children around the world, sugar is one those substances we 'love to hate' and 'hate to love'! It can make bland foods tasty and can make the dentist rich. Americans love sugar in all forms, from pure white granulated to liquid to fluffy cotton candy. As a nation, it's fair to say that we've developed a love affair with sugar! But at what cost? Our ever-expanding waistlines are due, in part, to our sugar infatuation. Many of us try to eat ...
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Diet Fads Come And Go.....

Cursed by dieters everywhere, and loved by children around the world, sugar is one those substances we 'love to hate' and 'hate to love'! It can make bland foods tasty and can make the dentist rich. Americans love sugar in all forms, from pure white granulated to liquid to fluffy cotton candy. As a nation, it's fair to say that we've developed a love affair with sugar! But at what cost? Our ever-expanding waistlines are due, in part, to our sugar infatuation. Many of us try to eat ...
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Mossel Bay on the Garden Route - Your Summer Getaway

If you are planning a trip through the Garden Route this summer, Mossel Bay is a stopping point (on many Garden Route tours). There is a plethora of 'fun in the sun' activities as well as relaxation and rejuvenation for the weary traveler. Go bungee jumping, bridge swinging, abseiling, and South Africa's sport for the brave, shark-cage diving! You can ride on elephants through the Botlierskop Game Reserve and take a trip out to nearby Seal Island with its 3000 Cape Fur seals. You might find ...
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Paradores of Spain

The Paradores of Spain are so much more than mere hotels. They are repositories of the romance and passion that is the history of this country.  These special places literally exude the ancient perfume of Spain's majesty and mystery. Experiencing the Paradores of Spain is 'cultural tourism' at it's best - and a giant step above the usual tourist experience. The Paradores of Spain are medieval castles, Arab fortresses, monasteries, palaces and ancient manor houses. These are places of great ...
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Swimming With Dolphins

Ever since I can remember, my love affair with dolphins has always been a restless force inside of me. As a child I was besotted with the intelligence and charm of "Flipper" in the TV series of the same name. And so, many years later, as an adult, having the opportunity to interact with these creatures one on one was indeed a dream come true. Quite rightly, dolphins are vigorously protected by many laws which makes swimming with them in the wild an illegal activity. However, thanks to their ...
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The Castle Parador of Hondarribia, Spain

b>Parador Hondarribia The Parador of Hondarribia is near the French border just a short distance from San Sebastian, and within easy visiting distance of Bilbao and the wonderful Guggenheim museum. Parador Hondarribia is a 10th century castle built by the King of Navarre in the early days of the Christian re-conquest. The powerful Caliph, Al-Mansur, was a constant threat to the area in the those times, but King Sancho Abarca and the castle at Hondarribia were spared because the King had given ...
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The Oldest and Finest Hotel In The World

b>The Parador of Santiago De Compostela is one of the world's finest hotels - and its oldest! This building has been operating as a hostelery since 1499. In its still-existing 'foundation document' from that same year, it states that the building was to be dedicated, "as a hostelry for pilgrims and to house comfortably and suitably all devout people, both sick and in good health, who come to the city." It became a place for weary pilgrims to sleep and get medical attention after their long ...
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The Parador of Cangas De Onis, Spain

b>Parador of Cangas De Onis The 5-star Parador at Cangas De Onis presents a wonderful opportunity to combine extraordinary natural surroundings and a unique cultural experience while staying in a historically significant and aesthetically beautiful hotel. The Cangas De Onis Parador is situated on a bend in the stunning Sella river in the foothills near the mighty Picos de Europa - among the most rugged and awesome mountain peaks in Europe. The peacefulness and purity of the countryside here is ...
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The Parador of Arcos de La Frontera, Spain

b>Parador of Arcos De La Frontera Arcos De La Frontera is one of those typical white towns of Andalucia where you feel as if you have stumbled into another epoch. Arcos was controlled by the Moors up until 1264 and still retains the feel of those times. The Parador Arcos De La Frontera stands high above the R•o Guadalete with nearly a shear drop-off on one side. This dramatic location is reminiscent of Ronda, but Arcos is much less touristed than that city and the ambience far more ...
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The Parador of Leon, Spain

b>Parador Leon The Parador of Leon is one of the finest and most unique hotels in the world. It has a matchless Plateresque facade and an ornate Baroque interior. Staying here is a dream come true for those who really appreciate traditional architectural design at its finest.   Parador Leon is the epitome of style, and in 1829 the English writer, Edward Cook Widdrington, wrote, "There can be no beauty comparable to the arabesques and adornments of the facade of the monastery of San ...
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