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Seattle truly is a wonderland of musical history. While some of the most famous artists in the industry call this city home, such as Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain, all the greats have had the chance to perform in only the coolest, hippest venues. While certain underground stages are no longer in showbiz, the music lives on, my friend! Alternative rock, hardcore punk, heavy metal, indie rock, and of course...grunge music make the Seattle sound unlike any other. Discover this musical majesty by following the personalized guitar picks. Rock on!
Last school year I worked as an English Language teaching assistant in a charming little town called Auch in the Midi-Pyrenees region of France. I loved getting to know the place with my fellow assistants, who are now my best friends. We brought energy and adventure to this seemingly quiet town, and we'll never forget our incredible year there.
This map is of Sydney Harbour during the fireworks display which happens every New Years Eve.
I have marked a few of the places I have been lucky enough to view the fireworks from as well as labelled a few areas around Sydney Harbour.
I have lived in Sydney all of my life. I think we are very fortunate to have such a pretty harbour which I am honored to share with you all.
Hokkaido is Japan's northernmost island/prefecture. It has a culture and climate that is different from the rest of the country. One thing that sets Hokkaido apart is the language and culture of the Ainu, northern Japan's indigenous people.
Sapporo's festivals draw tourists from all over the world in huge numbers-- like 2 million for the Snow Festival, and almost that many for the Yosakoi Soran Festival. Then there are festivals that are cherished mainly by the locals, such as the Hokkaido Shrine Festival, and festivals specific to the Ainu, northern Japan's indigenous people. There are more festivals than can fit on the map. You'll just HAVE to come and see for yourself!!
Bienvenue à Montréal! This city is all about joie de vivre (we speak French and English - and another 15 languages at home). See flames dancing on the water at the fountain La Joute, hear tam tams at the feet of the mountain, stroll through the gay village, have a dinner on the Plateau, get a little taste of everything at Jean Talon market, go shopping at the downtown boutiques, experience a tropical forest in Biodome, climb all the way to the illuminated cross on the top of Mont Royal and see the whole city from above - you'll love it!