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Golden Bowling

Golden Bowling

Tunis, Tunisia

Crowded with young Tunisians, Golden Bowling is a hip entertainment spot that was opened in 2000, equipped with 16 bowling alleys for avid bowling fans. In Tunis, this place is one of the best teenage hang outs because of the sheer variety of games it offers including tennis and pool. A restaurant, café and bar also attract people who drop in for a drink or a bite to eat. Location: Avenue Pr...

National Museum

National Museum

Damascus, Syria

This is an extremely remarkable museum and a must stop for any visitor to Damascus. It is a good course in the colorful history and culture of the city. The exhibits are fascinating and labeled in English and Arabic. The museum is divided into categories corresponding to the three eras in Syrian history; Pre-Classical, Classical and Islamic. The Pre-Classical section comprises of a number of ...

What to do with Children in Tow

What to do with Children in Tow

Budapest, Hungary

One of the great things about Budapest is that it has an abundance of playgrounds, theme parks and roller-skating parks. One of the best theme parks is Varosliget (City Park) which has an abundance of activities to entertain children: playgrounds, the city zoo, a circus and a fairground. The Szechenyi Baths are well-liked by the older children, especially the whirlpool, and there is also rowing in...

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

London, United Kingdom

The Victoria and Albert Museum first opened in 1852 and moved to its current location in 1857.  Queen Victoria herself officially opened the museum on June 22nd.  From the beginning, the museum focused on more practical decorative items – metalwork, furniture, textiles, etc.  It catered to ordinary working class citizens, reflected in its evening and nighttime opening hours (enabled by gas lightin...