Europe

Traditional Shepherd’s Weekend in Belalp

Posted September 2, 2014 by Dominique Schreckling

Once a year, the little known jewel of Belalp above Brig hosts the traditional sheep and shepherds’ descent and festival, the Schäferwochenende.

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Editorials

“60 Seconds in Kuala Lumpur”

Posted June 1, 2012 by IMPress Archives

Traveling to Asia is traveling with a sense of spirituality, very different from the Wests materialism and servitude to the one hundredth of a second. But East and West have many things in common many moments of harmony. Although the countries in South East Asia have easily adopted and adapted some of the every day […]

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Animals & Pets

2012 Australian Equitana at Melbourne

Posted November 28, 2012 by IMPress Archives

  This years  Australian Equitana was held at the Melbourne Show Grounds attracting under 60,0000 people from around Australia and from all over the world. More than 300 exhibitors attended the four day event making it the biggest equine event in the Southern Hemisphere. Australian Equitana attracted some of the world’s best equine presenters.  Experts […]

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Middle East

Exploring Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar and Spice Market

Posted November 15, 2012 by IMPress Archives

  timulating surroundings or sensory overload? You be the judge. Whether it’s the soft curves of the ancient market door and the riot of color and controlled chaos within, or the intoxicating smells of every spice possible dangling before your eyes and tantalizing your sense of smell, when you visit Istanbul, Turkey, experiencing the Grand […]

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Entertainment

Swiss Fête Fédérale des Sonneurs de cloches

Posted September 13, 2011 by IMPress Archives

The veneration of Swiss cows as a source of life is an integral part of the Swiss culture, economy and international reputation for its treasured by-products from cows such as the 100s of types of cheeses and, of course the invention of the Swiss “milk chocolate” with which the whole world is familiar. There is a proliferation everywhere in Switzerland of the black and white Swiss cow hide motif on many articles for the home such as dishes, tea pots, tea towels, toys and an unlimited number of other objects. And interestingly enough, these are not just souvenirs for the tourists.

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Carribean

Ultimate Guide To Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas

Posted January 28, 2013 by Len Rapoport

Article and Photos by: Len & Gladys Rapoport This is the  Ultimate Guide to the Independence of the Seas. At the bottom of each are the links to the other pages.  Scroll down to see them. My wife and I have traveled to many countries and every continent over the past 50 years.  We have […]

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Animals & Pets

2015 NYC Easter Bonnet Parade With Amy Bursor

Posted April 6, 2015 by Len Rapoport

Len Rapoport, IPA President and IPA’s newest staff member Amy Bursor we explore New York City’s Easter Bonnet Parade 2015. A wonderful video features live on camera interviews with some of the most interesting and creative attendees at this parade.

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Entertainment

Atlantic City’s 2.4 Billion Dollar Marvel, REVEL Hotel & Casino

Posted October 23, 2013 by Len Rapoport

As my readers know, I have traveled to many corners of the world, stayed at some of the top resorts and hotels and can’t remember how many cruises I have been on. That said, living in New Jersey means we don’t take the opportunity to visit some of the great hotels in our own backyard. […]

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Florida

Rapa Nui Reef Sinking – Dive Log

Posted June 12, 2015 by Howie Grapek

The Rapa Nui Reef was promoted as a new and unique dive site coming to Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA in the summer of 2015. It combines the aspects of a man-made reef with the splendor of public art.  It was designed to serve as a tribute to the stone statues (moai) found on Easter Island.   […]

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