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The Desert Islands

The Desert Islands

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Around a two and a half hour drive off the western coast of Abu Dhabi lays the Arabian Gulf’s world of splendor:  the Desert Islands - a collection of eight islands embracing startling landscapes, adventure and natural beauty.  Desert Islands, or Jozor Al Sahra’a as it is known in Arabic, consist of Sir Bani Yas Island, Dalma Island and six Discovery Islands.   Bani Yas Island: On Sir Bani Y...

Forbidden City

Forbidden City

Beijing, China

No trip to China would be complete without a visit to the Forbidden City.  The imperial palace built by the Ming dynasty is the symbol of China.  When the Yongle Emperor moved the capital from Nanjing to Beijing, he ordered the construction of a massive 180 acre palace complex. Construction began in 1406 and lasted 15 years.  One million laborers and 100,000 artisans worked on the F...

Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo National Museum is a grand museum and is well worth a visit. It showcases the marvelous history and culture of Japan. The pieces on display are stunning, some archaic all allowing visitors to appreciate the richness of Japanese heritage. The museum comprises the Japanese gallery which contains Japanese arts and crafts; Samurai swords and armory, ceramics, Buddhist sculptures, textiles and ca...

University of Chicago

University of Chicago

Chicago, United States

The University of Chicago is one of the best universities in the world.  It was founded in 1890 thanks to a donation from oil magnate John D. Rockefeller.  The university and its reputation quickly grew.  By World War II it had become a premier research institution.  It was here that mankind's first nuclear reaction took place thanks to Enrico Fermi.  Today the University ...