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san diego haunted tunnel

This tunnel is also known to be Miramar tunnel and use to consist of the Drainage system.

The san diego haunted tunnel is even worse than any nightmare. It is so much famous that every urban visitor visits the place very often.

This tunnel does not have much history but a favorite spot. People have visited the tunnel claims of listening to the screaming and terrifying voices all around the tunnel.

They witnessed of sounds of any woman and also a small girl calling her mother.

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If you've never traveled to Thailand, you've been missing out a lot! But hey, it’s not too late! In this article, we will give you the top 5 reasons why you should join more than 30 million foreign visitors that visit Thailand each year. As tourism declines in some parts of Asia, the 'Land of Smiles' only becomes more and more popular and it's easy to understand why.. is it their smile? Let's have a look.

To start with, Thailand is one of the greatest archipelago nations on the planet, which also

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With Puerto Rico's communities wiped out, hotels battered, and power grid devastated, Hurricane Maria's landfall on September 2017 was the worst storm ever on record for the island. Included in this destruction from which many are still recovering are small farms producing coffee, plantains, livestock, and other fresh fruits & vegetables. Even 100 days after the storm, half the island was still without power and many lacked access to potable drinking water.


There was serious discussion about whet

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It's really hard to beat a road trip across California's Central Coast. Challenging but spectacular terrain, wine regions rivaling Napa, beach towns ranging from art enclaves to laid back surfer hangouts, and eclectic lodging at every turn drive you forward towards new discoveries. But if Mother Nature isn't cooperating and extreme weather leads to coastal mud slides over the Pacific Coast Highway, here is an alternative approach:


San Francisco Touchdown

There are other logical points of arrival

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Fun River Trips in Northern Costa Rica

9296587680?profile=originalA trip down one of Costa Rica’s rivers, either by raft, canoe, kayak or small boat, is an excellent way to see some of the country’s extraordinary wildlife. The rivers in Costa Rica are as diverse as the terrain through which they flow.


Trees that line most river banks may hold troops of monkeys, lounging iguanas and boas, and birds such as egrets, herons, ibis, ospreys, and colorful kingfishers. Crocodiles and caimans like to sun themselves on muddy banks, or may be cleverly disguised as a floa

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As Costa Rica’s multinational business community grows, so too does the number of business travelers visiting the country. Costa Rica also has become a highly popular destination for international meetings, incentive trips, conferences and events (MICE tourism).


Most business and conferences still take place in the capital city of San Jose. As a business traveler to Costa Rica, you will want to stay in one of the best business hotels that San Jose has to offer.


10 Best Business Hotels in San Jos

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9008891290?profile=originalPlanning to come to the Costa Rica Caribbean Coast on vacation? While the drive from San Jose to Puerto Viejo is pretty, there is a much easier way to get to Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast. Fly!

It takes about four hours to drive the 217 kilometers to Puerto Viejo from San Jose. The stretch on Route 32 through the Braulio Carrillo National Park is certainly very beautiful, but can also be treacherous when raining, foggy, or after dark – a good portion of the time.

Save yourself the headache and stre

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Spirit Airlines just announced that they are starting daily non-stop service between San Diego, California and Las Vegas, Nevada.

To celebrate, the airline is offering $9 fares (each way based on round trip purchase) on their website today and tomorrow.

The two daily flights between San Diego and Las Vegas will start on September 7 and will increase to three a day on September 22, 2011.

“We are thrilled to welcome one of the nation’s most successful low-fare airline to San Diego International Airp

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From cooking classes to wine festivals and from blending seminars to art there are plenty of things to do in California wine country this winter. Attraction of San Francisco sightseeing is the best way to visit the most beautiful places in San Francisco. The Napa and Sonoma regions of California are often one of the top of wine enthusiasts' lists when it comes to California wine country tour.

If you are planning to visit the San Francisco touring spots then you must know something about places

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Festival rocks downtown San Jose

Central American rock will shake the streets of downtown San Jose .

For the 6th year running, Costa Rican and other Central American bands will strut their stuff at the annual “Festival Rock el Farolito en el Morazan” at the
Morazan Park. Organized by the Spanish Cultural Center and the Spanish Embassy of Costa Rica, this year’s
free event
is now two days instead of just one.

Festival goers’ can revel in a wide variety of rock music, from Indie to punk, funk, hip hop, electronic and metal by group

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Mexico's San Pancho Music Festival 2012

Visit Puerto Vallarta Mexico for more information on the area.

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9008689866?profile=originalThe 12th annual San Pancho Music Festival will be opening in San Francisco (San Pancho), Nayarit, Friday February 24th at 5:00pm. The Festival will be held for three days, Friday through Sunday the 24th through the 26th.

Performances are free to the public and begin each afternoon at 5pm, typically ending prior to 12pm midnight.

San Pancho’s Music Festival is a vibrant, eclectic expression of performing art traditional

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¨La Sabana¨ well known signature of San Jose´s downtown. This park is the biggest and most important urban park in the country. Covers an area of 72 Ha and has been the recreational and sports space for many Costa Ricans during decades.

sabana_sanjose3-300x171.jpg?width=291Officially name ¨La Sabana Metropolitan Park¨, this place represents the green space of downtown San Jose. It was inaugurated in 1977 by the president at the time, Daniel Oduber, who classified it as a Metropolitan Park, worked on planting some trees and grass, re
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21st Amendment Brewery's Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Beer...Genuine Refreshment!

21st Amendment Brewery's Hell or High Watermelon Wheat Beer...Genuine Refreshment!

First, an explanation about where 21st Amendment Brewery gets its name. The turn of the 20th century witnessed thousands of small breweries operating across America. Just in San Francisco alone there were about 40 breweries within the city limits. By comparison, today there are eight with a population more than double what it was in 1900. These breweries not only served great tasting beers but also captured the ess

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