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Varadero

, and restaurants), the open-air marketplace, and most major hotels. Look for the blue sign-posts to indicate stops, routing, and schedules. 5cuc gets you a day pass that you can use as much as you want goes along the whole peninsula. Watch out for the palm tree branches when sitting on the open top. The branches will whack you in the head, seen it happen at least 7-8 times. Cheers. '''By taxi''' All hotels will have a taxi stand. Fares are either metered or set by distance. Some hotels, mostly


South Tyneside

, national and local cycle routes, open areas and parks are the main outdoor recreational areas. The Great North Run is the world's biggest half marathon which takes place every September October, starting in Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) and finishing on The Leas in South Shields. In summer there is a festival with opening street parade, street and stage entertainment and an open-top tour bus connecting various places of interest. Environment The physical environment varies


Whistler, British Columbia

Vancouver and Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia), which feature an observation car similar to the historical open-top car. The ''Rainforest to Gold Rush'' train operates north from Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia) via Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) to Jasper (Jasper, Alberta). Both services are exclusively tourist-oriented and do not make local stops nor accept local-area travellers with fares significantly higher than former BCR passenger service rates

. The West Coast Railway Association also returned the Royal Hudson #2860 to service during 2006. While BC Rail no longer operates the Excursion services, it did lease out its line to Rocky Mountaineer Vacations to use, operating two services over the former BC Rail route. The ''Whistler Sea to Sky Climb'' operates between Vancouver and Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia), which feature an observation car similar to the historical open-top car. The ''Rainforest to Gold Rush


Bournemouth

Sport The town has a professional football (Association football) club, AFC Bournemouth, known as the Cherries, who were promoted to the Championship (Football League Championship) in 2013, AFC Bournemouth play at the Goldsands Stadium

mother and stepfather), she was educated at King's College London, and then in Germany. The main bus services are provided by Wilts & Dorset. Numbers 40 and 44 which run between Swanage and Poole, and the number 50 which runs between Swanage and Bournemouth via the chain ferry (Sandbanks Ferry) between Studland and Sandbanks. Double-deck (Double-decker bus) open top buses are used on the Poole Bournemouth to Swanage routes in the summer months. The buses on these routes are branded as Purbeck Breezers. Wikipedia:Bournemouth Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Dorset Bournemouth Commons:Bournemouth


Prince George, British Columbia

. The ''Whistler Sea to Sky Climb'' operates between Vancouver and Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia), which feature an observation car similar to the historical open-top car. The ''Rainforest to Gold Rush'' train operates north from Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia) via Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) to Jasper (Jasper, Alberta). Both services are exclusively tourist-oriented and do not make local stops nor accept local-area travellers with fares significantly higher than former BCR passenger service rates. The West Coast Railway Association also returned the Royal Hudson #2860 to service during 2006. The 405 km John Hart Highway (British Columbia Highway 97) between Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) and Dawson Creek (Dawson Creek, British Columbia) is named for him, - There are more labour events being planned. Across northern B.C. thousands of Canadian Union of Public Employees (w:Canadian Union of Public Employees) (CUPE) members are off the job in solidarity with the teachers. In Prince George (w:Prince George, British Columbia) a rally is planned to be held in front of the office of Education Minister Shirley Bond (w:Shirley Bond).


Khartoum

was the offering of financial subsidies to Egypt, Jordan, and Syria by Libya, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. The conclusion of the summit resulted in what became known as the "three nos (Khartoum Resolution)": no peace, no negotiation, and no recognition of Israel. Although they were still privately working against each other, Nasser and Faisal publicly rode through the streets of Khartoum in an open-top car with their hands clasped in a show of unity to please the crowds. WikiPedia:Khartoum Commons:Category:Khartoum Dmoz:Regional Africa Sudan Localities Khartoum


Guadalajara

the Trolebús on Avenida Hidalgo up to the east side of the Plaza de la Liberación, where it makes the turn to head up to Calzada Independencia and back west. There is also an open-top double-decker '''tourist bus''' ''(TuriBus)'' that leaves from the Rotunda and will take you past all the main sites in Guadalajara, Tlaquepaque and Zapopan. Riders can get on and off the bus at will all day long, for a flat rate. By taxi Taxis are another option if you don't want to try to figure out


Middlesbrough

The steel tubes are marked Dorman Long Middlesbrough, the firm which designed and built the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Tyne Bridge. WrittenBy n a ShortSummary Neil Oliver explores the ancient coastal home of the Venerable Bede who, 1,300 years ago, wrote the first history of England. Meanwhile, Dick Strawbridge discovers how Middlesbrough's (Middlesbrough) iconic Transporter Bridge (Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge) put the town on the map, and Miranda Krestovnikoff learns about the kittiwake. Plus Alice Roberts finds out where North Sea gas first came ashore, and uncovers the secrets of Whitby jet (Whitby#Whitby Jet). LineColor C0C0C0 '''Dorman Long''', based in Middlesbrough, North East England, was a major steel producer, which diversified into bridge building, and is now a manufacturer of steel components and construction equipment for bridges and other structures. The business has been involved in the construction of many major bridges including the Tyne Bridge and the Sydney Harbour Bridge as well as elements of the Tsing Ma Bridge and the Sutong Bridge. The Company was once listed on the London Stock Exchange. In 1904 Sir Arthur Dorman of Dorman Long gave the Dorman Museum to Middlesbrough in honour of his youngest son, George Lockwood Dorman, an avid collector who was killed in the Boer War. Amongst the museum’s many exhibits, is a collection of ceramics (Ceramics (art)) from the local Linthorpe Pottery, Linthorpe pottery which was renowned for its iridescent glazes, that at the time were not produced anywhere else in Europe. The museum has one of the largest collections of these highly distinctive ceramics in the world. In November 1962 Middlesbrough speedway promoter Reg Fearman saw the Shay for the first time, and in 1963 he made a formal application to Halifax Town for use of the ground to revive the sport. At the beginning of 1965 work began on constructing the ground and speedway returned. Second time around it proved successful, and remained here for the next twenty years. By the 1970s people valued it greater than football for family entertainment, with the Dukes producing such renowned riders as Eric Boocock and the late Kenny Carter. Attendances became regularly higher than those of the football club and the Shay often hosted speedway internationals. 210px thumb left The Harbour at Marske (Image:The Harbour, Marske - geograph.org.uk - 634750.jpg ) The majority of the residents of Marske do not work within the village, but work in nearby industry or in Middlesbrough or Redcar. Marske has a range


Tirana

place of burial Cemetery of Sharra, Albania On April 27, 1938, in Tirana, Albania, Geraldine married the King in a ceremony witnessed by Galeazzo Ciano, envoy and son-in-law of Il Duce and Prime Minister of Italy (List of Prime Ministers of Italy), Benito Mussolini. She was Roman Catholic and King Zog was Muslim. They drove to their honeymoon in an open-top scarlet Mercedes-Benz 540K, a present from Adolf Hitler. The couple had one son, H.R.H


Southampton

own a bus depot in the town. Numerous local services are operated, as well as routes to Bournemouth and Southampton. In the summer, the New Forest Tour serves the town with open-top buses. ;Rail Bradford-on-Avon railway station lies on what is now the Bath—Weymouth (Heart of Wessex Line) railway line. It opened in the mid-19th century and was built by the original (pre-grouping) Great Western Railway. Northwards the line runs past Avoncliff and Freshford stations

National Express coach departures to London Victoria (Victoria Coach Station). The New Forest Tour, an open-top bus tour run in the summer, starts and finishes in Lyndhurst. Services for west of Southampton and Salisbury had a different set of problems as neither the Southern Railway nor its constituents installed water troughs, thus leading to large tender (Tender (locomotive))s with greater water capacity than those fitted to similar locomotives on other railways


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