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Famous Tourist Attractions Essay Examples

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The Pros and Cons of Desert Camping
Desert camping one of the famous tourist Attractions in the desert
countries, every year between two seasons of winter and summer thousands
desert enthusiasts coming to spend some few days in desert. Sometimes
desert have dangers, but this dangers is associated with excitement.
Generally desert don't have any facility such...
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Egypt Famous Landmarks, Tourist Attractions and Finest Masterpiece Ever Built
Eleven years ago my family and I went on vacation to Egypt. The Sphinx, the three Pyramids of Giza, and the Step Pyramid of Pharaoh Zoser towered more than two hundred feet above the golden Egyptian sands like mountains. The sight took my breath away, and that of course was one of their purposes. To a three foot tall, six y...
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How to Be a Typical Tourist
How To Be A Typical Tourist
: How to Be a Typical Tourist
Thesis: You, too, can enjoy that relaxed lifestyle by following these few
simple rules on your way to becoming a typical tourist.
1. Dress like a tourist.
A. Wear loud shorts, bright shirts, double-knit slacks, and flip-flop thong
B. Choose clip-on, flip-up...
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An Introduction to San Jose, Costa Rica
Gringos are welcome in San Jose, Costa Rica. Most of them are shaggy-haired, surfboard-toting young men; they don't stay in San Jose too long. The hot surf spots, like Jaco and Tambor, are a mecca for waveriders. However, in San Jose one can find the excitement of a big city mixed with Costa Rican culture. Upon arrival, if...
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A Look at the Popular Tourist Attractions in Europe
The Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Europe There are many tourist attractions in Europe and has had a very long history. Many countries such as France, England, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, and Amsterdam all have these very popular attractions. There is a vast history of tourism around the world, especially in E...
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An Analysis of the Tourist Attractions in London, England
The location that I have chosen is London, England, which is part of the United Kingdom. I went there in the summer of 2001 and had a wonderful time. Its latitude and longitude is 52N and 0. The geography and physical scenery of London, England is mostly flat plains and lowlands broken by low ranges of small hills. A typica...
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A Travel Essay on Kathmandu and Tourist Attractions
Travel Essay on Kathmandu and Tourist Attractions Kathmandu: Its unique sites The capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal is Kathmandu, a beautiful city located in the central part of Nepal. It is situated in a valley and looks magnificent from top of the hills surrounding the city. Also known as the city...
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An Introduction to the Geography and Culture of Australia
Welcome To Australia Australia is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Thousands and thousands of foreign people come and visit Australia each year. This is due to our vast variety in our landscapes and animals. Also our weather is perfect in most places, especially on the coast. Australia is one of n...
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A Description of the Many Tourist Attractions and Activities You Can Find in Australia
Close you eyes and imagine standing on top of a mountain. Take a deep breath and smell the clean air. Now, open your eyes and look at the abundance of trees and the clear ocean water. If this sounds like a getaway to you, then it is time to take a vacation to Australia. Not only is Australia beautiful, it also has some of t...
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How to Blend in If You're a Tourist
How to Be a Typical Tourist From southern Florida's sunny beaches to the chilly tundra of Alaska, in the outback of Australia or in the bustling streets of Paris, London, Chicago, Tokyo, and Chicago, tourists are a group of people seemingly unburdened by the cares of routine life. Perhaps you've seen tourists in your o...
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