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Gulf Air gets two Embraer jets

Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national airline, received two jets from Brazilian company Embraer as per the lease agreement signed by both sides at the Bahrain International Air Show last year. The two jets are configured in a dual-class layout, featuring seven seats in business class and 60 in economy.

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Children in tow

Children in tow

Munich, Germany

Deutsches Museum This museum is the largest museum of technology and natural sciences in the world. There are a vast number of machines, equipment, models and reconstructions on display ranging from telecommunications to space travel and covering everything else in between. There are a number of interactive exhibits as well and children would love to explore this museum. Museumsinsel 1 ...

Cradle of Humankind

Cradle of Humankind

Johannesburg, South Africa

This 117,000 acre piece of land has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 and is home to several limestone caverns and was once home to the Mrs. Ples, the first southern 'Ape-Man' or Australopithecus skull to be discovered, along with a 3.3 million year old hominion skeleton. The site consists of Sterkfontein Caves, Swartkrans and  Kromdraai. The environs also contains the Rhino...

Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial

Washington DC, United States

A tribute to the country's 16th President, who led during the Civil War. The structure is designed as a neoclassical temple, similar to Parthenon in Greece with 36 fluted Doric columns representing states of the Union at the time of Lincoln’s death, plus two at the entrance. President Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address and his Gettysburg Address are both engraved on the walls of the memorial chamb...

The Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Gardens

Oslo, Norway

The Botanical Gardens are a large oasis in the middle of Oslo. The gardens collect plants from around the world and are said to have more than seven thousand plants inside. The gardens, with waterfalls and other soothing features, are also home to several near-extinct plant species native to the city. Address: Sers’ Gate 1, 0562 Oslo Tel: +47 22-85-17-00   ...