The Argentine Hippodrome of Palermo is in the heart of Palermo and Forests, on the Avenida del Libertador 4100, near the center of Buenos en1876 Aires.Abrió its doors and its buildings were fully renovated in 1908 by switching to other French style seventeenth century. Since 1992 is managed by a private company.
The biggest race is contesting the National Grand Prize for fillies and colts of three years, about 2,500 meters, declared of National Tourist Interest.
China is a place full of attractions, but many of the sites scheduled for travel agencies usually are packed with tourist. Here are some inconspicuous places, but very charming:
Town of Fenghuang (in Hunan province): A place of great architecture and home to fascinating cultures such as the Miao and Tujia minorities. All this on a beautiful landscape of mountains and rivers.
Daocheng (Sichuan Province): The strong presence of Tibetan culture is enriched by its many meadows, waterfalls, dense forests and snow capped mountains.
Immortal Bridge (Shangdong Province): A little-known natural attraction, but amazing. It consists of several rocks that have formed a bridge on Mount Tai. It has a great religious and cultural significance among the inhabitants of the area.
Wuzhen (Zhejiang province): It is called “the Venice of China”. This ancient town is linked by rivers and streams stone bridges and dotted with old houses on the banks with exterior corridors. The place becomes more magical with the fog that surrounds during the rainy season.
Sanya (Hainan Province): Sun, beaches, coconut trees, luxury hotels, and make peace an option Sanya important holiday for Chinese newlyweds, but away from the main tourist circuits.
Lijang Town (Yunnan Province): In Lijang time passes slowly and gently. One can join the matriarchal Mosuo people in their fascinating traditions in beautiful Lugu Lake, a pilgrimage to the feet of the mysterious Jade Dragon Mountain.
Porto de Galinhas is without doubt among the best beaches in Brazil. This amazing beach changed from a fishing village to a popular destination for Brazilian travelers, who are mesmerized by its beauty and convinced by the average level of the infrastructure that has developed the beach, offering good accommodation options and maintaining the natural state of place.
The history of the name of the beach is very interesting. In the 19th century, the Brazilian government banned the slave trade, which was very common in Recife before. Thus, hackers had to create a solution to keep bringing slaves to Brazil, and then began to deliver slaves deserted beaches such as e Ipojuca Suape. When the “black ships” (the name given to the ships that traded in slaves) arrived at the port, to avoid suspicion the coded message was “no new chickens on the beach,” meaning that the chickens were obviously slaves; hence, the beach became known as Porto de Galinhas.
Porto de Galinhas offers over four miles of stunning white sand, palm trees and clear water. Its length allows, even in high season you can find a quiet place alone to enjoy the beauty of this beach.
The inn Canto do Porto is without doubt one of the best lodging options in Porto Galinhas. Its location stuck excepecional sea, excellent rooms offering every imaginable service, Personal care provided to their staff and tasteful decor make this one of the better hotels in Porto de Galinhas.
In Porto de Galinhas, no big hotel chains. The largest hotel concept is not suitable for this type of beach, so you will not find here the big hotels that abound in Brazil. The interesting thing about the beach of Porto de Galinha is that there are many hotels in the city center, but you have to consider that in the middle of the night there are many festivals and bands playing in the streets. The downtown hotels are cheap and if you want to be in the middle of the party, is a great option, but if you are looking for peace and quiet, you should go to the inns distant from downtown.
The inns have a great comfort level, and most of them are decorated in a very tropical, well used space and are usually very close to the beach. It is not difficult to find a room with a sea panorama a very reasonable price.
Twenty years ago this beach was a simple village dedicated to fishing with no electricity. Currently, the site has grown in infrastructure but keeps all the peace and tranquility that you expect from a place like this.
The main reason for this is that to get access to this beach will have to use a 4×4 vehicle to pass the complicated ways. And even once you get to the beach of Jericoacoara, you will find that most of the streets of the village are covered with sand, so getting it is best to rent a buggy.