Tag Archive 'tourism'

Dec 29 2008

Our French Food Market

Published by under Cuisine

http://memykidandlife.com/ This footage was taken in June 2007 at the Provencal Marche in Antibes, France. Come join us in the open air food market here on the French Riveria. A beautiful and adventurous shopping expedition for you to enjoy! A lovely way to be a virtual tourist. Duration : 0:5:3

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Dec 16 2008

Adelaide, South Australia

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Adelaide is a city of great visual harmony and classical elegant style, superbly set beside the River Torrens between the Adelaide Hills and waters of Gulf St Vincent. The wine and festival capital of Australia, Adelaide is a place to experience the buzz, culture and convenience of a big city without the frustrations. The city […]

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Dec 16 2008

Restaurant & Catering Queensland – Know your industry

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In our new series ‘know your industry’ Charlie finds out what Restaurant & Catering Queensland is all about Duration : 0:3:33

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Dec 16 2008

Sydney, New South Wales

Published by under New South Wales

Bursting with character, Sydney is a vibrant city catering to all your desires whether you seek exhilaration and exploration or 100% relaxation. Discover Sydney’s unique blend of dining, shopping and recreation options in one of the world’s most attractive city environments. The personality of Sydney’s dining scene is as distinctive as the city itself, reflecting […]

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Dec 16 2008

Melbourne, Victoria

Published by under Lonsdale Street

Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria, is set around the shores of Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay and boasts a lively and cosmopolitan pulse, with chic boutiques, buzzing cafes and bars, immaculate gardens and festivals and popular sporting events. The city sits on the Yarra River, about five kilometres from the bay. One glance […]

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Dec 13 2008

Mornington Peninsula

Published by under Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula, on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay, feels like an island with a vast ocean to the south and bays and sheltered beaches on either side. Fertile hills roll down to pretty beaches or harbours and serene bay views abound. Some of Australia’s best sandy beaches can be found here and […]

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Dec 12 2008

Tasmanias South, Tasmania

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The city of Hobart is defined by the river and the sea. It’s an intriguing blend of heritage and lifestyle, scenery and vibrant culture with plenty to occupy the visitor. Within easy reach of the capital, there’s much to explore including a convict past that seems just a clink of chains away, Follow the Huon […]

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Dec 12 2008

Liban – Cuisine Libanaise

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“Paris du Moyen-Orient, Suisse du Moyen-Orient”, c’est le Liban. Vivre l’Orient et l’Occident au pays des C├Ędres. Duration : 0:2:2

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