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Cambodia - 10 best things to do | Awesome nature, beautiful beaches, great temple architecture, a lively capital, lovely people and insights to the history of Cambodia. Cambodia is definately worth a visit! | With the Tourlina app women can find female tr

Cambodia – 10 best things to do

Cambodia - 10 best things to do Awesome nature, beautiful beaches, great temple architecture, a lively capital, lovely people and insights to the history of Cambodia. Cambodia is definately worth a visit! With the Tourlina app women can find female tr

Walter Isaacson's 'The Innovators' Charts the History of Computing and the Internet - https://www.aivanet.com/2014/10/walter-isaacsons-the-innovators-charts-the-history-of-computing-and-the-internet/

The innovators : how a group of inventors, hackers, geniuses, and geeks created the digital revolution by Walter Isaacson. Click the cover image to check out or request the non-fiction kindle.

Sibiu was voted Cultural European Capital in 2007 and named by Forbes as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live”. But that’s not why you should visit. No, this city has something far more unique and interesting: first of all, it’s based in Transylvania, the home of Count Dracula, and second of all: the houses have eyes. And they are watching you. Here's what to see and do in Sibiu, Romania.

Sibiu, Romania. The city where houses have eyes

Sibiu was voted Cultural European Capital in 2007 and named by Forbes as “Europe’s 8th most idyllic place to live”. But that’s not why you should visit. No, this city has something far more unique and interesting: first of all, it’s based in Transylvania, the home of Count Dracula, and second of all: the houses have eyes. And they are watching you. Here's what to see and do in Sibiu, Romania.

"Un otoño romano" de Javier Reverte. Utilizando la forma de diario, como hicieron Goethe o Stendhal y muchos otros escritores, Javier Reverte nos ofrece en estas páginas su visión de «la ciudad de las ciudades». En su estilo inimitable, mezclando pasión, cultura, historia, poesía, humor y ternura, el escritor traza un retrato de la Ciudad Eterna que, sin duda, figurará a partir de ahora entre los grandes libros escritos sobre ella.

"Un otoño romano" de Javier Reverte. Utilizando la forma de diario, como hicieron Goethe o Stendhal y muchos otros escritores, Javier Reverte nos ofrece en estas páginas su visión de «la ciudad de las ciudades». En su estilo inimitable, mezclando pasión, cultura, historia, poesía, humor y ternura, el escritor traza un retrato de la Ciudad Eterna que, sin duda, figurará a partir de ahora entre los grandes libros escritos sobre ella.

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