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Road with the family is a moment of fun because you can be with people who loved. One of the agenda of the streets with a family picnic is carried out in the open. More and more families forgo outdoor picnic. Though there are many beautiful locations that promise incredible picnic experience.
Well so you do not miss just scenic picnic sites, The National Trust, an organization that has the vision to preserve the culture and environment, suggested 10 locations that should be a consideration you and your family. As many as 10 locations ranging from a declining hill, parks, historic buildings up to the mountains, and coastal beaches.
Business of The National Trust recommends families to re-love the idea of a picnic on the basis of a survey which found that more than 9 out of 10 families like to eat in the open, while remaining grounded fear of an unpredictable weather. Read the rest of this entry »
Pamper yourself in a luxurious bathing place is the tradition of Roman nobles. At that time they liked to visit these places not just for recreation, but also for self-healing and rejuvenation. The period of change, the name and adoption patterns are now changing. Romans favorite places and even then now renamed the spa. However, in one or two places you can still find it. Here are four places that retain the traditional concept of the charming, perfect location for relaxation of body and soul.
Cagaloglu Hamami, Istanbul, Turkey
In Istanbul, people refer to baths with a hamam. And in all mainland Turkey, no one can beat Cagaloglu, last hamam built in the reign of the Ottoman Empire and has been operating since the year 1741. Bathing place is famous for its stunning interior and techniques of massage and steam heat the near prime soulful believed to never give the best dedication to the figure of the world, including Florence Nightingale and King Edward VIII of England. Age which has reached more than 270 years does not make Cagaloglu lost its attraction and its charm due to even this day he still has a position in the list of Places To See Before 1.000 You Die. Read the rest of this entry »