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Pressed for time in Sydney

Much has been written and said about Sydney's harbour, and with good reason. The harbour boasts one of the world's most recognizable views, dominated by two icons in the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. The area also provides no end of activities and neighborhoods to explore.

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Sensoji Temple: The Heart of Tokyo

The spiritual heart of Asakusa, and for that matter Tokyo, is the impressive Sensoji Buddhist Temple. Built sometime in the 7th century before Tokyo was even Edo, to house the golden statue of Kannon, the goddess of mercy, which, according to legend was fished out of the nearby Simudagawa, by two lo

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Djemma el-Fna: The World’s Oldest Living Circus

For centuries the heart and soul of Marrakech, where people come to meet, eat, shop and be entertained, Djemma el-Fna today remains the city’s lifeblood. A place where you can be enthralled by snake charmers and acrobats, have your hands tattooed in henna, bargain over the price of dates and spice

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