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  • Puerto Vallarta

    World Directory, North America, Mexico, Nayarit, Bahia de Banderas

    From a small fishing village to a world-class beach destination, Puerto Vallarta has managed to retain the unique atmosphere of a small Mexican town. Located in the center of the Bay of Banderas in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountains, Vallarta offers an incredible variety of natural wonders.



  • Turku

    World Directory, Europe, Finland, Finland Proper, Western Finland

    Turku is a city situated on the southwest coast of Finland at the mouth of Aura river. It is located in the region of Finland Proper in the Province of Western Finland. It is believed that Turku came into existence during the end of 13th century which makes it the oldest city in Finland.


  • Rockhampton

    World Directory, Australia, Australia, Queensland, Queensland

    Rockhampton in Queensland, Australia is a city that lies on the Fitzroy River, and with over 300 days of sunshine each year is an excellent outdoor tourism destination.


  • Hotel Kong Carl

    World Directory, Europe, Norway, Vestfold, Vestfold Sandefjord,

    Hotel Kong Carl, one of the oldest hotels with a 300-year old history, have 25 guest rooms and several meeting/conference rooms in Sandefjord. Coference rooms, Historical rooms, Standard rooms, Budget and Family rooms are available in Sandefjord.


  • Islamorada

    World Directory, North America, United States, Florida, Monroe County

    Islamorada is known as the "Sportfishing Capital of the World" and rumor has it that we also host a larger fishing fleet per square mile than anywhere else in the world. This perfect family vacation destination offers something to do in, under, above or near the water 24 hours a day. The aqua blue waters surrounding our village of islands provide fantastic views from every bridge and waterfront resort, restaurant and home.


  • Port St. Lucie

    World Directory, North America, United States, Florida, St. Lucie County

    Port St. Lucie is a city in St. Lucie County, Florida, United States. St. Lucie County invites you to bask in the tropical sun where 21 miles of unspoiled beaches glisten and coax vacationers and residents alike to relax and enjoy. Discover your special niche in this year-round outdoor playground, well-known for its plentiful fishing, golfing and diverse recreational activities.


  • Palm Springs

    World Directory, North America, United States, California, Riverside County

    Palm Springs is a desert city in Riverside County, California, approximately 111 miles (177 km) east of Los Angeles and 136 miles (225 km) northeast of San Diego. Golf, swimming, tennis, horseback riding and hiking in the nearby desert and mountain areas are other major forms of recreation in Palm Springs.


  • Gaylord

    World Directory, North America, United States, Michigan, Otsego County

    Gaylord is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 3,681. It is the county seat of Otsego County.


  • Dutch Harbor

    World Directory, North America, United States, Alaska, Aleutians East County

    Almost all of the community's port facilities are on Amaknak Island, better known as Dutch Harbor or just "Dutch". It includes Dutch Harbor Naval Operating Base and Fort Mears, U.S. Army, a U.S. National Historic Landmark.

    Dutch Harbor lies within the city limits of Unalaska and is connected to Unalaska by a bridge. Amaknak Island is home to almost 59 percent of the city's population, although it has less than 3 percent of its land area.

     


  • Chemainus

    World Directory, North America, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island

    A coastal community rich in culture and history which began thousands of years ago with the Coastal Salish Native Community. More recently the area was settled by Europeans. The first recorded export of lumber from Chemainus was in 1863. The current sawmill is the fifth in the 165 year history of sawmilling in Chemainus. For more than a century, the life blood of the Chemainus Valley had been the forest industry.