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The Bund

The Bund

Shanghai, China

This street is probably Shanghai's most famous. Be sure to stroll along this riverside boulevard where a number of stalls have sprung up and where locals and foreigners alike can be seen participating and practicing dancing, aerobics and tai chi.   Address: Zhongshan Dongyi Lu...

Rumeli Fortress

Rumeli Fortress

Istanbul, Turkey

Rumeli Fortress, also called Rumelihisarı, was built by Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II (aka the Conqueror) for the final siege of Constantinople.  Its position on a bend in the Bosphorus, at its narrowest point, meant no ships could get in from or out of the city to the Black Sea.  Construction began in April 1452 and lasted four months.  Constantinople finally fell in April of the next y...

Amsterdam's Canals

Amsterdam's Canals

Amsterdam, Netherlands

With almost 25 perfect of its surface area covered with navigable waterways, Amsterdam is often known as the Venice of the East. Canal Cruises have hence emerged as a major tourist attraction in the city. For those who want to go on a canal cruise, boats can be taken on rent from various boat rental companies. There is a choice of pedal or electrically powered boat. Once popular, Houseboats are no...

Postmuseum

Postmuseum

Stockholm, Sweden

This museum, considered one the world’s best, is dedicated to more than 400 years of Swedish postal history. While the mere mention of a postal museum will elicit a not so enthusiastic response from most people, the museum will surprise and engross you will the thrills and adventures of Ms. Letter and Mr. Stamp. The museum also has a special section for kids in the basement where a children’s post...