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Saba Rock Resort
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The Saba Rock Museum
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Saba Rock is a small island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, approximately an acre and a half in size. It sits entirely within the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. It was formerly owned and occupied by Bert Kilbride, a marine archaeologist who for many years served as Her Majesty's Receiver of Wreck in the Territory. It was subsequently sold and now has a small hotel and restaurant on it.
Saba Rock Restaurant
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Rock Island is the county seat of Rock Island County, Illinois, United States.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
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With a population of 18,250, White Rock is located in the southwest corner of the Lower Mainland, forty-five kilometres from Vancouver and only five minutes to the Canada/US border. We are an exciting seaside community clustered around an eight kilometre sandy beach and the warm shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay.
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Moab Cliffs and Canyons Rock Climbing
Moab Cliffs and Canyons Rock Climbing based in Moab, Utah offers desert rock climbing with highly skilled guides all at your own pace, suitable for beginner, intermediate and advanced rock climbing levels. On these rock climbing courses you will get an introduction to desert rock climbing, how to use and care for climbing equipment, crack and face climbing techniques, knots and ropes management, basic belay techniques, safety procedures and rappelling and descending. Advanced Rock climbing is available for a full day at Indian Creek where you will tackle Moab's most famous crack climb using extensive gear placement, your fingers, hands, feet and other body parts to explore a beautiful old west setting with stunning views.
The Royal Burgh of North Berwick is a seaside town in East Lothian, Scotland. It is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, approximately 25 miles east of Edinburgh. North Berwick became a fashionable holiday resort in the 19th century because of its two sandy bays, the East (or Milsey) Bay and the West Bay, and continues to attract holiday makers to this day. Golf courses at the ends of each bay are open to visitors.