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Dubrovnik cited in 'Using Astrology to Plan Travel this Holiday Season'

fshok.com Still vibrant and popular today, the five-thousand-year-old art of astrology can identify, say, business and romantic opportunities or challenges. And those celestial bodies slinking about the stars can also help pinpoint optimal times and places for travel. And since destinations have their own astro-charts -- which interact with yours -- astrology can even serve as a kind of spiritual travel agent. It can tell you, for example, about places likely to be harmonious or challenging…

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  • With all due respect to Mr Steves, I think he's quite a long way behind the times. While his article is well written and very imformative he has missed the point that Eastern Europe has for a long time now been a hot-bed of tourism with most Europeans. Cities like Prague, Warsaw and Budapest have long been a mainstay of the Euro tourist. It is only in the recent past that adventurous North Americans have found the beauty of Eastern Europe.
    So whether the next IT places are in EE or not will be decided by the media but for this traveller, EE has always been my playground and the playground of many many others.
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