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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PLAYA DEL CARMEN • MEXICO

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. EXPLORING PLAYA DEL CARMEN >> Playa del Carmen, now the third-largest city in Quintana Roo, ranks up there with Tulum as one of the Riviera's trendiest cities. Sitting coolly on the lee side of Cozumel, the town’s beaches are jammed with super-fit Europeans. The town is ideally located: close to Cancún’s international airport, but far enough south to allow easy access to Cozumel, Tulum, Cobá and other worthy destinations. The reefs here are excellent, and offer diving and snorkeling close by. Look for rays, moray eels, sea turtles and a huge variety of corals. The lavender sea fans make for very picturesque vistas. ●▬▬▬▬▬ WATCH TODAY ▬▬▬▬▬●...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PORTO • PORTUGAL

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in Porto, Portugal 2018. EXPLORING PORTO>> The town was built across the hills overlooking the Douro river estuary, and its own historic center was granted World Heritage standing by UNESCO in 1996. It's Been continuously inhabited since the 4th Century, when the Romans called it since Portus Calle Porto includes a semi-Mediterranean climate, though it's strongly influenced by the Atlantic ocean. Porto has ever been a mercantile town. The middle of city, contrary to other major Portuguese cities, which are towards the baroque, is monumental and granite. Residents of Porto have been called Tripeiros (tripe eaters) because of the simple fact that the town went without meat so as...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: PHI PHI ISLANDS • THAILAND

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. EXPLORE PHI PHI ISLANDS - THAILAND The islands are: • Ko Phi Phi Don. You won't believe the quantity of development, this place has gotten, which is almost entirely limited to the sandbar separating two of the most beaches of the island. • Bida Nok and Bida Nai, two small limestone karsts to the south of Phi Phi Leh. The majority of the growth of Phi Phi Don is located in or around Ton Sai village, which will be on the low, sandy isthmus that joins both scenic spurs that comprise the remainder of the island. Diving • Garang Heng is a small reef east of Phi...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: MANILA • PHILIPPINES

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. EXPLORE MANILA Here you may delight in the laid-back air and roam leafy residential streets which are lined with traditional architecture. Intramuros' centrepiece is Fort Santiago -- a citadel employed by the American and Spanish army, with its arched gateways, barracks and mobile blocks offset by a refuge of fountains, gardens and plazas. There are lots of areas in Manila to eat while Filipino cuisine has taken the world by storm. For both high quality and air, try one of those restaurants that have opened inside historic Spanish colonial homes, for example, Purple Yam (an offshoot of the Brooklyn, NY restaurant), that will include contemporary Filipino degustation...

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TRAVELBOOK FAMILY: SITGES • SPAIN

Our Family Travelbook — What to do, City Guide & Recommendations in 2018. SITGES ................ Sitges is a beautiful Mediterranean coastal town, a beachfront hotel some 35km southwest of Barcelona in Catalunya, Spain. Sitges is a seaside city with fantastic beaches and superb tourist facilities. Recognized as one of the most charming towns and prestige of the Catalan coast, enjoys a mild and temperate microclimate, meaning that visitors may enjoy enviable temperatures every month of the year. Sitges has one of the most lively and hippest homosexual scenes around the shore. The beaches are extremely vibrant and fun! The city, which overlooks the Mediterranean has big paths, narrow streets, four museums and the stunning shores of Costa Dorada/Golden Coast. ▬▬▬▬▬...

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