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Whole Earth Guide

Let us be your tourist guide to the world. As we expand into new countries, we'll give you all the information that you need to know before you go and show you all the highlights of each country and region. Along the way we'll reveal places that you can stay with the service levels you thought had long since gone.

Whole Earth Guide from around the world

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Opening a non-resident account in Switzerland

Given the international reputation of Swiss banks, it has always been popular to have a Swiss account. However, with the increasing administrative burdens placed upon them by anti-terrorist legislation many Swiss banks have pulled out of this market, notably SwissPost which was one of the most popular banks with expats but which now does not offer accounts outside Switzerland (despite numerous web...

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Last updated 11 Jan 2008

Futuroscope - Poitiers futuristic Themepark

The famous themepark, Futuroscope, promises people of all ages an exciting interactive experience that will amaze and stun the senses. Unlike other themeparks each attraction involves total participation taking each person on a journey through sight, sound and everything in between. Your time at Futuroscope will be divided into "experiences" and each one promises you a walk through a new world.

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Last updated 05 Jan 2008

Strasbourg - modern and medieval Europe

You'll know Strasbourg for it's European institutions and probably dismissed it as being only for them which is a shame because it has a lot to offer the tourist.

Yes, there are European institutions aplenty including the International Institute of Human Rights, the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine (the original European institution), the European Science Foundation, the European ...

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Last updated 01 Jan 2008

Dijon

You'll know of Dijon from the mustard but this there's a great deal more to see than mustard in this burgundy town.

The many museums include Le Cassissium (blackcurrants), Musée de l'Electricité, Musée des Traditions des Hautes-Côtes (folklore), Musée de la Vie Bourguignonne (rural culture, free), Musée d'Art Sacré (free), Musée des Beaux Arts (in the Ducal Palace), Musée Archéologique (free), ...

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Last updated 01 Jan 2008

INVERNESS - centre of the Scottish Highlands

Capital of the beautiful Highlands of Scotland, Inverness is a growing city. Situated on the banks of the river Ness and with a history going back hundreds of years, it is an excellent centre for exploring the region.

The Victorian castle stands proud on its hill above the river, dominating the city. Up river are the Ness islands connected by Victorian footbridges and a peaceful spot for a walk...

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Last updated 13 Nov 2007

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