New 7 Wonders of The World

In the period of more than 125 years from the beginning of the 19th century, the creations of some of the world’s most remarkable adventures were identified. These are popularly known as great wonders of the world. These are the symbols of human creativity and the determination of the human spirit.

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Ancient Seven Wonders: – In the beginning idea of Seven Wonders of the World occurred earlier during Herodotus (484 BC – 425 BC) and Callimachus (305 BC – 240 BC). According to their analysis, Seven Wonders of the World included
• The Great Pyramid of Giza
• Hanging Gardens of Babylon
• Statue of Zeus at Olympia
• Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
• Mausoleum of Maussollos at Halicarnassus
• Colossus of Rhodes
• Lighthouse of Alexandria

Among all of them, only the Great Pyramid of Giza still exists. The other six were ruined by earthquake, fire, or other causes.

New Seven Wonders: - The new seven Wonders Foundation claimed that more than 100 million votes were cast through the Internet or by telephone. This campaign was originated in 2000 by Swiss film producer, author and aviator Bernard Weber to choose the seven new wonders of the world through the global voting campaign. The organizers had said that the competition is not planned to replace the Ancient Seven Wonders, but to care for other historical landmarks and improve global cultural heritage awareness.

In the year 2001 a Swiss Corporation, New Open World Corporation started the process of selecting New Seven Wonders of the World. Finally on January 1, 2006 after studying and analyzing several criteria, it announced 21 finalists from nearly 200 nominations from around the world. One among them, The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt was designated as an honorary celebratory wonder. From the remaining 20, seven sites were selected by worldwide vote, through Internet and phone polling. Finally, on 07/07/07(July 07, 2007 a very special day) seven new wonders of the world were declared in a grand ceremony in Lisbon.

The final poll produced this list of the world’s top human-built wonders
• Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt(Honorary Candidate)
• The Great Wall of China
• Petra in Jordan
• Brazil’s statue of Christ the Redeemer
• Peru’s Machu Picchu
• Mexico’s Chichen Itza pyramid
• The Colosseum in Rome
• India’s Taj Mahal

Online voting and SMS system were used for the first time to select New Seven Wonders of the World. In further section we are going to explain the history of all these Wonders one by one.

Los Angeles “The City of Angels”

Los Angeles is the second largest town in the U.S. and popularly known as L.A. At least once in their lives people want to visit Los Angeles, because it has more to offer than what you see on the silver screen. Located on a broad basin in Southern California, the city is surrounded by mountain ranges, valleys, forests, beautiful beaches along the Pacific Ocean and nearby desert. Temperate climate of this city makes it an ideal destination for a lot of outdoor activities.

Los Angeles is a big business center especially famous for its media, fashion and entertainment industries. Los Angeles is a famous tourist attraction spot for its great monuments, museums, architectures, theaters, parks and it becomes difficult to choose where to start from. It’s not enough to visit L.A. in just a day or two.

Los Angeles Attractions

The main attractions of Los Angeles are The Hollywood Walk of Fame, Universal Studio, Disneyland, Six Flags, California Adventure and Venice Beach.

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Hollywood Walk of Fame - Take a trip down the Hollywood Walk of Fame to find all your favorite celebrities, old and new. It is an internationally-recognized Hollywood icon. It’s in the middle of one of the longest-standing tourist areas in all of Los Angeles, with all of its pluses minuses.

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Universal Studio – After taking a grand glimpse of Hollywood, what is the better way to experience Hollywood movies in real life? Universal Studios is full of all types of shows, colors, tours and rides based on world famous movies. It also serves as a working TV and movie studio so the whole place is like one big musical show. Each place of Universal Studio is filled with all things interesting, vibrant, and exciting. Everyone would truly enjoy this wonderful experience.

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Disneyland - Disneyland is a legendary theme park built at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, opened on July 17, 1955. This theme park designed and built under the direct supervision of Walt Disney. You can see all of your favorite cartoon characters come alive here and it can be making your dreams come true for decades. This world-famous theme park is divided into eight lands with different themes and rides, such as Fantasyland, Critter Country, Mickey’s Toontown and Tomorrowland.

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Six Flags Magic Mountain - It is a 262-acre theme park located in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California and North of Los Angeles. It opened on 30th May 1971 on Memorial Day weekend, as Magic Mountain by the Newhall Land and Farming Company. With 18 roller coasters, Six Flags Magic Mountain holds the world record for most roller coasters in an amusement park. In 2013, the park had over 2.8 million visitors ranking it sixth in attendance among seasonal amusement parks in North America.

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California Adventure – Disney California Adventure, commonly referred to as California Adventure, is a theme park located in Anaheim, California. It’s operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division. This park opened in 2001 and it is the second of two theme parks built at the Disneyland Resort complex, after Disneyland Park. It’s divided into eight themed areas called “districts” and part of districts are Buena Vista Street, Paradise Pier, Grizzly Peak, Condor Flats, Pacific Wharf, Hollywood Land, A Bug’s Land and Cars Land. Many Disney characters are found throughout the park, greeting visitors and posing for photos.

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Venice Beach - Featuring an eclectic mix of artists, hippies, new agers, musicians and the fitness fanatics working out at Muscle Beach, the famous Ocean Front Boardwalk is an excellent place for people watching.

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World’s Top Unsafe Beaches

Think of beaches and the first image that comes to your mind will be hot sunny day with beautiful white sand and blue water. That makes you feel relaxed. But there are also some of most dangerous beaches; mostly there are effects of nuclear radiations, high tides, shark attacks or other wild sea creatures that make it the most dangerous. Here are some of the most dangerous beaches:

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Zipolite – Beach Mexico:- In this beach there is no shark but a very strong current is produce. Don’t go further in the sea if you feel strong current, because even best swimmer cannot handle this current.

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River Beach Alter Do Chao – Brazil:- Sao Paolo has many river beaches. The best beaches are located at Alter do Chao. The Beautiful white sand beaches with a unique tropical atmosphere but be careful if you make a trip, there are dangerous piranhas swimming in the river. Even your hands in the water or just paddling are not recommended.

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Queensland and Tiwi Island -Australia:- The north-eastern coast of Queensland and the southern coast of Tiwi Island are number one most dangerous beaches. There are many dangerous animals such as sharks, whales, jellyfish that live in the sea. All the visitors who go there are told not to swim in the sea because there is a kind of poisonous jellyfish which killed many people.

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New Smyrna Beach – Florida:- If you like diving, surfing, fishing or floating then this is the perfect place for you. I has also named as the most beautiful beach of Florida. But, beware of the sharks. According to the International Shark Attack File (ISAF), more unprovoked shark attacks have taken place off the Coast of Volusia County in Florida.

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Virginia Beach – United States:- You go to beaches just to relax and enjoy. But here, you can’t even think about relaxation because this area is filled with wild foxes. So, when are you here do not fall asleep.

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Kilauea – Hawaii, United States:- Just right on the eastern side of Hawaii volcano, you can notice the lava of active volcano instead of the local wildlife. Every day, the lava from Kilauea volcano will flow into the sea, which started 25 years ago.

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Smayrna Beach – Florida:- Every year Smyrna beach of Florida attracts thousands of visitors towards its beautiful white sand. But the scariest thing about the beach is its shark attack that is increasing day by day.
Northern Shore on Oahu – Hawaii: – On the northern shore of Oahu in Hawaii Island the water is filled with wild sea creatures. There are the Galapagos sharks and the tiger sharks which rank as deadliest of all the sharks. So, big no to this beach!

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West End, Grand Bahamas Island:- Before going in water of this Caribbean Island, check the water for fins first. Some of the most sharks infested in the world surround the Island with a particularly large population of tiger sharks.

Entertainment Capital of the World- Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the largest city in U.S. state of Nevada. And also known as “Entertainment Capital of the World”, and is situated in the Mojave Desert of Southern Nevada. Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city known primarily for gambling, shopping, nightlife and is the leading financial centre for Southern Nevada. The city has many mega hotels and casinos decorated with lavish care and attention to create a fantasy environment. There is as reason why the term “Only in Vegas” exists, because there are so many surprising things in the gaming city that you will never get anywhere else. There are many things that a person must do in Las Vegas before die or when visit to the city. Below are some things you must do when in Las Vegas:

Visitor attractions:-

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There are numerous attractions in Las Vegas, ranging from car racing to zip lines. Experiencing all attractions in the Sin City is akin to riding a roller coaster. You can visit the world-famous fountains at Bellagio or stroll down Mandalay Bay Beach. Other than the casinos, there are several zoos, aquariums, theaters and galleries to visit. Some of the most popular places are:

Aquarium where an impressive aquarium behind the check-in counter and a dolphin habitat,

The Adventuredome at Circus is America’s largest indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions for all ages.

The Auto Collection became the largest classic car showroom in 2000. Selling, buying and trading more than 200 fully restored cars ranging in price from $15,000.00 to several million.

BODIES the Exhibition showcases have 13 whole-body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body specimens.

Botanical Gardens is inside the casino there is a tremendous flower garden, with displays changed every month or two.

Shark Reef Aquarium is walking through a transparent tunnel with sharks, sea turtle, and fish on all sides.

Also there The Mob Museum provides you with an opportunity to glimpse into the notorious and well-known past of the city. On the other hand, the Dolphin Habitat offers you a rare opportunity of watching the undersea world, although the city is located in a desert landscape.

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Shopping: - Las Vegas is famous in the world for its stunning malls and shopping centers. A shopping experience in Las Vegas beats any other experience in any part of the world. Some of the famous shopping centers are Crystals, The Forum Shops, The Grand Canal Shoppes and the Miracle Mile shops at the City Center, Caesars, The Venetian and Planet Hollywood respectively. The list of shopping facilities is endless.

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Enjoy Nightlife: - Las Vegas is famous for its showrooms, casinos and nightlife. If you love to party, enjoy music or dancing, then Vegas are the best place to visit. There are numerous entertainment spots in the city. They include Marquee Club at The Cosmopolitan, Pure at Caesars Palace, Tryst at Wynn Las Vegas, Voodoo Lounge and Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay’s. Entertainment spots in the city have a legendary status for their spacious dance floors, pounding beats and delicious drinks. When visiting Las Vegas, ensure that you must visit world’s best nightclubs.

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Visit Las Vegas Casinos: - Las Vegas is famous for its Casinos. You can enjoy a game of cards or dice. The casino at Hard Rock Hotel and Planet Hollywood provide you with sections that are dedicated to music, gaming and many more. If you want to play for higher stakes, the casinos at Bellagio, Aria and Wynn resort will be ideal for you. The MGM Grand is the largest casino in Las Vegas.

Sacred Places on Earth

Throughout history, civilizations all over the globe have attached spiritual or religious importance to natural spots. These spots are not men made places. Here are some natural spots that are very scared.

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia: - It is located in the Australia’s Red Centre. This park is also called Uluru National Park, this is in the heart of the continent; these two natural rock formations are the main attractions of this park. The spectacular geological produce red sandy plain on central Australia. About 1,100 feet high and almost 6 miles around with deep-red color that change throughout the day. This site is also known as Ayers Rock. About 30 miles away from Uluru Kata Tjuta also known as the Olgas is made of more than 30 domes of varying rocks. Almost 1,800 feet high this rock is made of granite, sandstone and basalt. Both sites are sacred to those people who believe that the rocks were built during the ancient creation and are still inhabited by ancestor sprits. Owned by the Anangu and leased by the government, the park is open to the public, though tribespeople continue to perform rituals and ceremonies in various locations, such as the sacred “Dreamtime” track that runs near the modern hiking trail. The park also houses a Cultural Center and Aboriginal rock art sites, and ranger guided tours.

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Cenote Sagrado, Mexico: - The ancient Maya citizens feel deep respect for water for its life and sustaining power. They worshiped Chac, the god of rain. Many areas of Mexico are dotted with cenotes the natural underground holes. And the Maya people believed that some of these sites were visited by Chac himself. So some cenotes were designated as “sacred” and kept for rituals, offerings and sacrifices, while others were set aside for bathing, drinking and crop water.One of the most sacred springs is Cenote Sagrado located near the major Mayan archeological site Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula. This created from a natural limestone cave with 60 feet steep sides stretching above the water line. This was specially used for ceremonies and occasional sacrifices for the latter, men, women, and children were thrown in during drought times to appease the water gods. When archeologists dredged the spring in the 20th century, they found gold bells, masks, cups, rings, jade pieces, and more along with human bones.

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Mahabodhi Tree, Bodh Gaya, India: - According to Buddhist traditions, around 500 B.C., when the ascetic Prince Siddhartha was wandering through that is now the India’s state Bihar. He took rest under a native Bodhi tree. After meditating there for three nights, the prince awoke with enlightenment, insight and the answers he had been seeking, which developed into the teachings he went on to spread to his disciples. Naturally, the place where the Buddha reached enlightenment is one of the most sacred sites for Buddhists. A temple complex surrounds what is believed to be a direct descendant of the original majestic tree itself, which sits in the middle of a courtyard surrounded by protective carved panels. A beautiful Buddha statue under the tree marks the significant spot.

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Mount Kailas, Tibet: - This black rock mountain in western Tibet is something of a holy hat trick. It is sacred to Buddhists, Hindus and Janis. Hindus believe it is the residence of Lord Shiva and have celebrated the mythical Kailas in temple carvings throughout India. Tantric Buddhists say the mountain is the home of Buddha Demchog, who represents supreme bliss, and that three key Bodhisattvas live in the surrounding hills, while Janis believe it is the site where the first Jain attained nirvana. The peak is part of the Gangdise Mountain range and is set near the source of some of the longest rivers in Asia, including the Sutlej, the Indus, and the Ghaghara. Nearby Lake Manasarovar, considered the source of purity, is another major pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists.

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Mount Sinai, Egypt: - Some of the basic tenets of Judeo, Christian and Islamic beliefs can be traced back to this mountain on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, for it was at the top of this peak that Moses is said to have received the Ten Commandments from God. Though there is not much archeological evidence confirming this as the exact place, and biblical scholars have theorized for years about the mythical mountain’s location, early Christian monks believed this was the sacred site and established several monasteries in the area.

Places You would Love to visit in San Francisco, California

One of the most visited cities in California is San Francisco. Beauty and soothing climate conditions attract many travelers every year. San Francisco city is located in small area of seven-by-seven mile square of land but there are lots of things that make it the best tourist place. This is also the financial and cultural hub San Francisco Bay area and Northern California. Here are some major things that you would love to do in San Francisco:

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Golden Gate Bridge:- This should be top of your list when you are in SFO. This is a suspension bridge between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. This orange colored bridge is 1.7 miles long. Once it was called “the bridge that couldn’t be built” because the bridge was to be made with support of two long cables. Now, it is listed in the new Seven Wonders of the World. It is one of the most beautiful and most photographed bridges in the world.

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Harbor Tour: - One of the best ways to see the beauty of San Francisco is by water. There you can find lots of companies that offering harbor tours in different schedules and price. But if you want to go Alcatraz Island then only few island tours are allowed there, but the typical harbor tour will circle the island so you have plenty of options for photography.

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Ride the cable Car: - You can never end up your tour to this magnificent city without exploring the city via the famous cable cars. It is an iconic symbol of the city. This is one of the most ancient and comfortable ride. It is operated since 1800’s and is the last cable car system that is operated manually.

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The Golden Gate Park: - Golden Gate Park is famous for its countless trees and Victorian greenhouse. Victorian greenhouse is the oldest greenhouse. The park also has a Bison Paddock at one end, with a herd of bison you can observe.

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Art and Museums: - If you are art and culture loving then you have lots of options to see like concerts, plays, ballet and many other musical events. You can also see silent, classical and rare movies at San Francisco.

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Taste the best wine: - If you are visiting San Francisco and you should not miss to taste the savor wines that are produced at Napa Valley. You will be mesmerized by the beauty of the picturesque landscapes of these wineries. It is located in the north of the San Francisco Bay area and attracts many travelers towards it.

Not limited to these, you will love the night life, food and many historical places in San Francisco.

ANZAC Day Significance and Traditions

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ANZAC Day, celebrated on 25th April every year is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand. This day is celebrated in the memory of all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in all wars, conflicts, peacekeeping operations” and “the contribution and suffering of all those who have served”. This Day is commemorated in many countries all around the world but primarily celebrated in New Zealand and Australia. This day commemorates the landing of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZACs) in 1915 on the shores of the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey as part of the allied forces attempt to capture Constantinople and open up the shipping lanes and access to Russia. Though the Gallipoli campaign failed to achieve its military objectives of capturing Constantinople, the actions of the Australian and New Zealand troops during the campaign bequeathed an intangible but powerful legacy. The creation of what became known as an “ANZAC legend or ANZAC Spirit” became an important part of the national identity in both countries. This has shaped the way their citizens have viewed both their past and their understanding of the present.

On this day, most of the tour companies arrive in the early afternoon on the 24th and it is time for everyone to find the best spot. The atmosphere is buzzing overnight as everyone feels a great sense of pride. Throughout the night there are readings from the diaries of various soldiers, documentaries movies played on a big screen, announcements from the leaders of New Zealand, Australia and Turkey and plenty of other things. Once the sun comes up the Dawn Service starts with national anthems, the Last Post played and readings from the many dignitaries that attend on behalf of the countries involved. At the completion of the ANZAC Dawn Service there are three other services throughout the day starting with the Australian service at Lone Pine, the Turkish service at the 57th Regiment and the New Zealand service at Chunuk Bair. The timing of these program changes every year. After the Memorial’s ceremony, families often place red poppies beside the names of relatives on the Memorial’s Roll of Honour, as they also do after Remembrance Day services.

Thousands of people around the world come to Gallipoli every year for the ANZAC Day Dawn Service to pay their respects to those that gave so much. It is a very special and moving experience for them. Most people will make their way to the Gallipoli Peninsular for the Anzac Day commemorations as part of a tour group. Tour companies today offer the easiest, best and most comprehensive way of getting the most out of your visit to Gallipoli. If you are looking for cheap travel deals to Gallipoli, Call us toll free @877-247-7183 and get huge discount on airfares.

Chicago – The Seat of Cook Country

Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States, after New York City and Los Angeles. Chicago city is famous for its sightseeing, restaurant and nightlife. Chicago hosts around 45 million international and domestic visitors from all over the world every year. Chicago’s culture includes visual arts, novels, film, theater, especially improvisational comedy, music, particularly jazz, blues, soul, and the creation of house music. The city has many nicknames but the most famous name is “Windy City” and “Second City.” Chicago have some places that traveler must see.

Places to Visit in Chicago City

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Lincoln Park Zoo:- Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the U.S. It was founded in year 1868. The total area of this zoo is 35 acre. This zoo contains a large collection of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds from all over the world. There are also interactive farm houses where visitors can learn about all things farm life. In the farm house, you can also participate in the cooking classes. So whenever you go to Chicago must go to Lincoln Park Zoo.

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Navy Pier:- Navy Pier is a 3,300 foot long pier on the Chicago shoreline of Lake Michigan. It is located in the Streeterville neighborhood of the Near North Side community area. Navy Pier is Chicago’s landmark since it opened in 1916. Here you can find a variety of restaurants, shops, Crystal Gardens and plenty of entertainments for children in Chicago Children’s Museum.

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The Art Institute of Chicago:- Chicago is known for its museums and art houses. Chicago has great collection of art museums. The most popular museums are: The Art Institute, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum, Museum of Science and Industry and more of the best Chicago museums base on art, nature, history and culture.

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Millennium Park:- City’s biggest attractions are Millennium Park. The 24.5 acre park is located right in the middle of the city centre and offers plenty of green lounging space, striking architecture, structural art and refreshments. The main things to see are Crown Fountain, two high towers made of glass bricks, a huge stainless steel structure that is highly polished and reflects from the surrounding skyline, and the Cloud Gate.

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Chicago Botanic Garden:- The total area of Botanic Garden is a 385-acre. At there you can see living museum features, 23 specialty gardens and series of islands and lakes. The Garden features year-round exhibits, festivals, tours and special events. This attraction is in season of spring and summer.

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The Shedd Aquarium house:- The Shedd Aquarium house the world’s largest indoor aquarium offers more than 22,000 aquatic animals from around the world. So whenever you are planning a trip to Chicago, Aquarium house should on top of your list to visit.

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Chicago Loop Train Tour:- Take a virtual tour or browse on your own. Learn about the architects who influenced the city’s architecture and view their creations. Chicago is renowned for its architecture so this top thing to do in Chicago is absolutely free of cost.

Decoration Tips for Easter Egg

Easter is just round the corner and for many families that means it’s time to decorate Easter eggs, a very popular tradition on Easter. Everyone in the family, especially the kids actively participate in this fun activity with great delight and enthusiasm. Eggs of various sizes are colored, dyed and decorated and used for festival home decoration. They can be painted with various artistic patterns or with funny faces. All of these look very beautiful. You can encourage the child to use his or her talent and creative ideas to decorate the Easter eggs. Any bird eggs with strong shells are good for the decoration. The stores have a huge collection of eggs in various patterns, prints and designs and you can also buy a decorated egg from there. Do not miss out on using the eggs during the celebrations.

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The use of real egg is very challenging so arrange some artificial eggs for kids. Dip the eggs in colored dye and then make different designs on it. You can use different colors to decorate the eggs, also use lots of sequins and rhinestones to give the egg a pleasant dazzling look. Make sure, that kids do the decoration under adult supervision.

Here are some more decorating techniques which will take your Easter eggs one step further:
a) A simple way to do this can be to just use markers and make some attractive patterns or images on the shells.
b) Crayons, watercolor paints, stencils and colored pencils are also a good choice for decoration.
c) You can also use fabric colors to make beautiful designs on your Easter egg.
d) Use some gems and stones on your eggs!
e) Glittering stickers and silhouette papers can be also used all around the egg.
f) Attach miniature flowers and laces with the help of craft glue.
g) Fur, ribbons and cloth pieces can easily be used to give a unique look to your Easter eggs.
h) Use buttons to make adorable eggs that are as unique as they are cute.
i) Japanese Washi Tape in different colors and patterns can be used to give your eggs a gorgeous look.

Top Things Do in the Big Apple – New York City

One of the most popular questions locals hear is, “what should I not miss when I come to New York?” Here are some of the most popular places that you must see when you are in New York.

Walk through Central Park:- New York City is the greenest city in America. You will be surprised to find out such open space at there. Central park is the fifth largest park in New York City. The total area of this Park is 843 acres. New York City actually has 1,700 parks that you can visit.

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Times Square:- The Heartbeat of New York City is Times Square. There are many best tourist attractions like Hard Rock Cafe, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, Lazer Park, MTV’s Total Request Live, and American Girl Place. Other nearby attractions includes the Children’s Museum of Manhattan and the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.

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Museums:- Some of the best museums in the world can be found in New York. Some of the most popular museums are: the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.

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Theater:- There are 39 theaters that you can find on Broadway. Most of them are located in an area of New York City referred to as “Great White Way”. If anyone visits the city must see one show. You can choose from classics or also select that has just been released.

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Statue of Liberty:- The symbol of political freedom and democracy is a must-see. Located on 12-acre Liberty Island in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty was a gift from the people of France. The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island, which is a 12-acre island inside the New York Harbor.

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FAO Schwartz:- FAO Schwarz, founded in 1862, is the oldest and biggest toy store in the United States. The company is not only famous for its unique high end toys, life sized stuffed animals, dolls and games but also outside the store you can see the live toy soldiers who put on a ceremony each morning will greet you and as you walk in the doors, you will be surrounded by huge stuffed animals. Inside the store, there is also a LED-grid light show on the ceiling, which is constantly changing and the floor piano has professional dancers giving performances throughout the day.

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Empire State Building:- The Empire State Building, which is 102-stories tall, is a New York icon because of its unique architecture and is classic Art Deco. The observatory deck is located outside, which provides you with some of the most amazing views of New York.

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Rockefeller Center:- The most popular activity at Rockefeller Center is the outdoor ice skating rink. This is open during the winter. During winter holidays the rink is more crowded. Even if you don’t ice skate, you can sit back and watch the skaters.

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Lincoln Center:- The Lincoln Center is the largest center for performing arts, which covers 16.3 acres area. Inside the center, you will find 12 different art organizations that are performing arts. You must see at least one performance while you are in New York.

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Grand Central Terminal:- The terminal was built between 1903 and 1931. The inside and outside of the building you have chance to see some of the most beautiful architecture in the city. There are also tours that you can take to learn about the history of the city.

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