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Emirates Durban Flights Commence In October

From October, Emirates Airlines will fly to the South African Coastal city of Durban.  The expectation is that with the country gets ready to host the 2010 Fifa World Cup travel will grow on this route.  

Emirates new daily service from Dubai to Durban will provide the only direct air link on this route.  Emirates is an official partner of the 2010 Fifa World Cup
 

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Newstead House

Brisbane, Australia

This house was built in 1846 and is Brisbane’s best known heritage site. Inside you’ll find period antiques, Victorian furnishings, clothes and displays. Phone: 3216 1846 Website: www.newsteadhouse.com.au Location: Breakfast Creek Road     Newstead Opening Times: Mon-Thurs 10am to 4pm Admission: adult/child $6/5 ...

Cisternerne

Cisternerne

Copenhagen, Denmark

A unique museum dedicated to promote modern glass art which includes glass monuments, statues and the like. A striking feature which Forbes pointed out was its unusual place for exhibiting glass work in all of Europe. The museum has two entrances where you will be welcomed by two glass pyramids. Address: Galerie Max Seidenfaden, Pile Alle 55, 2000 Telephone: 33 21 93 10                ...

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Gold Reef City Theme Park and Casino

Johannesburg, South Africa

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Mutrah Souk

Mutrah Souk

Muscat, Oman

This market is a must stop for any tourist visiting Muscat, and is perhaps the biggest attraction within the city. It is located next to the Mutrah Corniche and is a perfect blend of Oman’s ancient culture and its modern transformation. The stalls are housed in a modern building but still maintain the hustle and bustle of a traditional Arab Market. There are a number of gold shops; others sell han...