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Spectacular Fountains from Around the World

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16 Breathtaking Walks To Take In London

Travel from Victoria Station to the National Gallery to take in the beautiful and historical architecture. This walk leads you past a string of well-known London landmarks as well as providing some lesser-known but charming gems like the Regency Cafe.

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Golden Gate Bridge San Francisco CA

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. Just spectacular! My family loved driving over it and enjoyed the views of the city when we visited.

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14 Spectacular "Hobbit Houses" You Can Actually Stay In

Picture yourself staying in a whimsical Hobbit-themed cottage overlooking beautiful Lake Michigan. This vacation rental accommodates up to six people, children are welcome, and it's located just two blocks from the Northern Michigan village of Charlevoix. The best part? Rates start at just $125 a night. Three-night minimum-stay required. (From: 14 Spectacular "Hobbit Houses" You Can Actually Stay In)

This grand Queen Anne Romanesque Revival home sits on a perch overlooking historic Melville Avenue's architectural gems. Long a local landmark, it was designed by City Architect Arthur H. Vinal for his family and has been respectfully cared for by the current owners for over fifty years. Spectacular museum quality features include 10' coved ceilings, four intricately carved tiled fireplaces, parquet flooring with elaborate inlays and a grand Tara staircase rising to a stunning stained glass…

Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom, Vienna - Austria: Sofitel Vienna Stephansdom is a true landmark for the Austrian capital, with an unrivalled location in the very heart of the city and the most spectacular views from its 18th floor Loft Restaurant. More than the average luxury hotel, it's actually an avant-garde masterpiece in the middle of one of the most traditional cities in the world.

This grand Queen Anne Romanesque Revival home sits on a perch overlooking historic Melville Avenue's architectural gems. Long a local landmark, it was designed by City Architect Arthur H. Vinal for his family and has been respectfully cared for by the current owners for over fifty years. Spectacular museum quality features include 10' coved ceilings, four intricately carved tiled fireplaces, parquet flooring with elaborate inlays and a grand Tara staircase rising to a stunning stained glass…