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Re: Wonders of the Modern World

DrFumblefinger ·
The Soviets have never been completely transparent about Chernobyl, but this is the story as best as I was able to synthesize it: It seems that the alarm system was malfunctioning (going off all the time) so it was turned off by the tech monitoring the system. He had the fuel rods pulled out of their cooling chambers for maintenance work, was distracted (remember, the alarms are off), then by the time he focused back on the task at hand the rods had begun to melt and couldn't be reinserted...
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Re: How to not miss a connecting flight

DrFumblefinger ·
There are a lot of good tips in the article about streamlining your connections. While I mostly enjoy flying, travel days are busy and tiring enough that I hate to be rushed. I try to get to the airport early (often I've been grateful that I gave myself that extra time), and I don't take flights that have connections I consider too tight. I like at least 1.5-2 hours between my connections. I've been delayed on arrival often enough that having less time than that is no fun. As planes travel...
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Now this is how you explore the sites of New Delhi

Pratap Singh ·
Around 7 million travelers from all over the world visit India every year. Most of them land at New Delhi Airport (Indira Gandhi International Airport), and from here they hire cabs or catch a train to starts their holidays in India. Along with this many travelers also give a day or two in Delhi to explore the tourist monuments of the city and observe the life at India's capital. In this post, I've tried to present a typical tour itinerary on how a traveler can enjoy a fantastic week (or max...
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Take A Tour To These Patriotic Places of India

Abhishek Mathur ·
The charm, the grandeur and the royalty is how India can be described. Not only in monetary terms but the country is also rich in terms of culture, traditions, heritage sites and everything. It is because of this reason that the country was once called “Golden Bird”. Got fascinated by the beauty and the charm of the country, many rulers has invaded this spectacular country at different period of time. Right start from Aibak to Mughals to British, the country is ruled and built in a unique...
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5 tips for travelling abroad with your iphone

Loganathan ·
Almost anywhere you travel in the world these days—especially to any First World country or popular tourist destination—a strong cellular signal and Wi-Fi hotspots in hotels, restaurants, Internet cafes, shopping centers, and airports are readily available. So even though you may be on the opposite side of the world from where you live, your iPhone or iPad can still serve as a powerful communication, organization, and productivity tool, as well as an interactive entertainment device. The...
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List of Top 10 Tourist Places for Visit in Delhi with Friends

Twinkle Garg ·
It's a hard job when it comes to choosing the top 10 places to see in a city as old as Delhi. Continually inhabited given that 300 BCE with built ruined as well as reconstructed 7 times, New Delhi is presently in its 8th character increasing from its very own ashes like a Phoenix metro each time it was laid to throw away. Fluctuate of mighty empires have actually ensured that Delhi is dotted with a range of monuments as well as relics of the past of this ancient city. Right here's a listing...
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6 Things you must consider when hiring Luxury car rental for Delhi Tour

Shashi Ranjan ·
Delhi being the capital of India is visited by many tourists yearly to explore the every aspect of the capital. Being the metropolitan city, Delhi is blessed with rich historical places that define the rich history. Travelers love to explore every corner of the city and this can only happen by hiring a renting service. Exploring the capital city by sitting inside the luxury car is the best decision you can take. There are many luxury cars for rent available in Delhi with different fleets and...
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Changes in Domestic Travel Rules: Need-to-Know Facts

Umakant Sharma ·
For those of you who frequent airports across the country may be aware about some of these but might also be completely unaware about others. There were a couple changes that happened this year which contributed to revision in policies and procedures at airports. In this article we have compiled a list of all the things you need to know, that changed this year, with respect to air travel. From flight pre-checks to domestic t ravel insurance plans, we got plenty for you to look over in this...
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On-line in the Air: Rules still vary

PHeymont ·
Just back the other day from a week in Spain, flying both ways on Iberia. Unlike the U.S. carriers that now allow gate-to-gate use of electronics (as long as they're in airplane mode) Iberia very firmly told me to put away my phone and Kindle until the seat-belt light was off—just like the old days! Has anyone else had recent experience with non-U.S. airlines and their policies. I know the EU regulatory authorities have issued rules that are pretty much the same as the FAA's, but apparently...
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5 Top UNESCO Heritage Sites of Golden Triangle Circuit in India

Abhishek Mathur ·
If you're trying to find a singular mix of attractions in India, it's best to move towards the Golden Triangle circuit. those that area unit unaccustomed India or on a good schedule, visit Jaipur, Agra, and Delhi to get an simple Indian expertise. To know a lot of about Golden Triangle Tour, browse our exclusive diary article, what's Golden Triangle Tour India and Why it's famous? These 3 destinations aren't some random decide. These 3 area units heritage-filled sites with fascinating...
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Early Riser - The Perfect Sunrise Guide in Jaipur

Anjali Dixit ·
India is a land of early risers. No matter which part of the country you visit you will find incredible beauty in the morning experiences. From the melodious temple suprabhatam and household rangolis of the southern states to a dip in the Ganges in Hardwar and Rishikesh; from the bustling fish markets of Konkan coast to the languidly awakening markets in central India; from the floral market on the Dal Lake to the sounding of the sacred azaan in western UP; from the start of agricultural...
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Best Places In Lahore

Ayan Asad ·
1. Badshahi Mosque Also known as Imperial Mosque was created between the epoch of 1971-1973 is a good place to visit from historical perspective and for family picnic. 2. Wazir khan Mosque Lahore Well-known as a “Mole on the cheek of Lahore” this beautiful mosque covered with decorated tiles is a worth visiting place to see Indo-Islamic architecture. 3. Data Durbar Complex Being one of the ancient Muslim shrine it is located near Bhatti gate in Lahore and welcomes all Muslims and non-Muslims...
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Things to do in Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur with Maharaja Express

Rajiv Varma ·
Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan. It is also the most popular city in the state because of its glorious history and royal culture. Also known as ‘the Blue City’ and ‘the Sun City’, Jodhpur has some incredible palaces and magnificent forts that will captivate your senses. It is also home to the massive fort, the Mehrangarh Fort. The structure is almost 500 years and is the most important attraction of the city. The Maharajas Express is a royal train that offers the opportunity...
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