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Taxis in London voted best in the world

The taxis in the British Capital of London came first for the third year in a row as the best in the world, according to an annual survey conducted by the Hotels.com.

Despite being the most expensive globally, travelers and other respondents described the drivers as nice and friendly and well-versed in the city's sights and sounds. 

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Ellis Island Museum

Ellis Island Museum

New York, United States

More than 100,000,000 Americans can trace their ancestry through Ellis Island.  One million people per year entered the United States through here at its peak.  On April 17, 1907, 11,747 immigrants arrived in a single day.  All told, twelve million people came to America through Ellis Island.  New arrivals generally spent between two and five hours here, answering quest and get...

Tahrir Square (Liberation Square)

Tahrir Square (Liberation Square)

Cairo, Egypt

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Museo de Bellas Artes

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Caracas, Venezuela

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Place des Martyrs

Place des Martyrs

Beirut, Lebanon

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