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Plau am See
Plau am See is a town in the district of Parchim, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany. It is situated 28 km east of Parchim, and 29 km west of Waren.
Hopfen am See
Hopfen am See is a district of the Bavarian town of Fussen in the Swabian district Ostallgaeu.
Restaurants Treschers Schwarzwaldhotel am See
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See Ya Later Ranch
Visitors to See Ya Later Ranch Wineries located at Okanagan Falls can enjoy much more than wine tasting when visiting the area, activities include hiking trails and activities around Okanagan Lake around Okanagan Falls. Tours and Tastings offers at See Ya later Ranch includes: Into the Vines Tour and Tasting, Private/Group Tour and Tasting and the Great Estates of the Okanagan Tour - a one-of-a-kind guided tour of five of the most exceptional wineries of the Okanagan Falls region.
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See More Guest House
Set in tropical gardens in the heart of Bunkers Hill, See More Guest House is centrally located, and boasts extensive views of the valley and ocean in East London. See More Guest House offers a choice of 7 luxury rooms, for both bed and breakfast or self catering accommodation.
From grand sweeping views to neighbourhood color and character, from glimpses of history to world class dining and shopping - San Francisco is home to a little bit of everything. San Francisco is a unique and breathtaking metropolis. From the famous icon of the Golden Gate Bridge to the exquisite art galleries and Alcatraz Island, the City takes pride in its unrivaled attractions, renowned museums, and its unique neighborhoods which are treasures of its own. Discover the variety of sites, shops, and restaurants that reflect the City's great ethnic and cultural diversity.
Cocoa Beach is a city in Brevard County, Florida, United States.
New Orleans is a major United States port city. From its founding in 1718 until Hurricane Katrina devastated the city in 2005, New Orleans was the largest city in the U.S. state of Louisiana, but because of the large number of residents who have left due to Katrina, Baton Rouge is currently slightly more populous. New Orleans is the center of the Greater New Orleans metropolitan area, which remains the largest metro area in the state.
You'll be captivated by the independent spirit and friendliness of the people, as well as by the area's many contrasts. There are quaint village streets and shops, band concerts and craft fairs on the Library lawn, bustling harbors flowing with lobster boats, fishing trawlers, windjammers and pleasure craft. Explore quiet coves, rocky shores, meandering roads, lighthouses, islands, and a waterfront park in the shape of a whale.