10 Bizarre Vacation Spots

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Alpeniglu Village - A Village Build Of Snow And Ice
Visit the Alpeniglu Hotel ice bar at Hochbrixen in Brixen im Thale, Austria. The hotel is built completely of snow and ice, consisting of bar, restaurant, wedding chapel and sleeping accomodations.
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Scenes Of Qatar
Go on a jet ski race in the Doha Port in Doha, Qatar.
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Midsummer In The Arctic Archipelago Svalbard
Do something out of the oridinary and stay at one of the colourful huts in Longyearbyen, Norway. Longyearbyen is the seat of Norwegian local administration in Svalbard, 620 miles south of the North Pole, and was founded in 1906 by the American John Munroe Longyear who started coal mining here, an important part of the local history ever since. Longyearbyen was only opened for general tourism in 1990 and is a haven for eco-tourists who come to see the abundant polar bears, seals and whales. Svalbard consists of a group of islands ranging from 74? to 81? North, and 10? to 35? East, thus making it the northernmost part of Norway.
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Spreewald Region Draws Tourists
Navigate the narrow canals of the Spreewald forest in Luebbenau, Germany. The Spreewald is interlaced with canals that locals use for ferrying tourists, transporting goods and even collecting garbage and delivering mail. The Spreewald is also a major tourist destination.
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Zugspitze - The Highest Mountain In Germany
Feeling adventurous? Go to the top of Germany's highest mountain Zugspitze near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. With an altitude of 2,962 metres (9,718 feet) the Zugspitze is the highest mountain in Germany and of the "Wettersteingebirge".
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Disney Concert Hall To Lose Its Shine
The Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California is a place to see.
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The State Hermitage Museum
Check out the State Hermitage museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. The State Hermitage, founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great, has approximately three million objects in its collections, including the most paintings of any museum.
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London 2012 - Generic London Landmarks
Visit the Tower Bridge in London, England.
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'Un Dimanche A Paris' - The All-Chocolate Concept Store Visit
Visit the 'Un Dimanche A Paris' store in Paris, France. 'Un Dimanche A Paris' is a Chocolate Concept Store founded by Pierre Cluizel, son of the master chocolatier Michel Cluizel, recently opened in Saint Germain des Pres, Paris. The concept store includes a chocolate boutique, a salon de thé/restaurant, a lounge and a giant stainless-steel, pristine atelier where they hold cooking classes and workshops.
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