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It really is a gold era of aviation, if you don't care to treat yourself like a swordfish. These are some of the arcane but still unbelievable choices for the next occasion when Norwegian makes some ridiculous sales. Flights and fares are outside the NYC area and are as low as possible (because even if flights are low, the price is still damn expensive).
To get an insight into Bergen's past, you' ll be visiting the old shipyard and Bryggen, where Bergen's oldest building since 1700 stands. Winters in this seaside resort in Swedish Lapland are full of icefishing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, aurora borealis and more. Once you have got your tan, go to Crocoparc, the reserve for Nile crcodiles, or hike through the old part of the village and find a kasbah to rocking.
Enjoy your day on the pebble beaches of the Côte d'Azur or go to the Musée Matisse or the Musée National Message Biblique Marc Chagall. Explore the Museum of the Latvian Crew and then the Corner House, a former KGB headquarter full of Russian mysteries.
You can also visit the Positivus Fest, the Baltic Sea based community musical event where you can enjoy a drink a local liquor named Black Balsam and hear Grand Master Flash. The Spanish Basque Country is a parade of pinto pubs that serve Iberico hams, boccaditos and salty anchovy coupled with xakoli, the champagne of the area.
Withdraw and see the Azkuna Zentroa, the old winery that has turned Philippe Starck into a cultural and recreation room with a cinema and a swimming baths with a glazed floor that offers an exceptional panorama of the town ( and the swimmers). Then walk through the seven streets of Casco Viejo, the oldest part of the town, to find a wormwood for a sip.
Hop on a chamomile and drive directly to the antique town of Petra. This archeological wonder was built in 300 B.C. and is already noteworth the town. Find out more in the Archeological Musuem, visit the stony pillars Temple of Hercules and the arched umayyad palace rooftop, or move the alleys completely and go to the Royal Automobile Rep.
Maintain your power with falafel and shawarma, feed your fuzzy cat on flaked baklava in Souk Al-Sukar or the sugars fair, and find the sudden microbrewing community run by the Carakale Brewing Company. Jordan is not possible without a boat cruise to the Dead Sea coast, the deepest point on earth, for a raft in mineral-rich salt water.
Choose a sand on the shore of the so-called Lambi Bay, where seawater is an unspectacular emerging phenomenon, or go to the Therma Sources. Drink the mastics and mastics from the gum of the mastix and fill up the unbelievably crispsea.
Alternatively, if it is not enough to lie around, visit the Asclepeion, the antique sanctuary devoted to the Grecian medical deity.