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Settings from Game of Thrones

GEORGE R.R. MARTIN’S fictional continents of Westeros and Essos in Game of Thrones are so lushly, fully imagined that it takes an entire nonfictional world to depict them. The Game of Thrones TV show, based off of his series A Song of Ice and Fire, is shot in dozens of different locations spread around the world. Here are some of the cooler spots to check out in your travels. Northern Ireland More than any other area, Northern Ireland is the home of Game of Thrones. The main studio is in Belfast in a former shipyard where parts of the Titanic were built), and that’s where a lot of the show’s interior sets are built and shot. But the Northern Ireland locations are not limited to the studio. Since the country has an extremely diverse range of geography in a very small area, and since it still retains a lot of its...
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Choosing Brother TN450 toner

What is toner?Printers are the most common accessory which is useful both at homes and in offices. The tones are the powder which is used in the laser printers. They are also used in the photocopies so that they provide the printed text and images. The early form of the toner can be considered as the mixture off the iron oxide and the carbon powder...
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Why Hire Football Pitch on Rent in Singapore

If you are a football lover who loves to enjoy the game by playing apart from just watching it on television, then you already know the importance of proper facilities for playing football. Many of you might be thinking of playing football on as professional footballers. If yes, then finding a perfect place where you can practice in the best possib...
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Just back from: Bulgaria

Buzludzha monument, BulgariaAlex taking a break with the Buzludzha monument in the distance © Alex MacLeish Alex MacLeish, Key Account Manager at Lonely Planet, recently returned from a trip to Bulgaria. Tell us more… I was looking for an affordable city break somewhere that neither me nor my boyfriend had visited before and we landed on Sofia. But we ended up exploring quite a lot of the Bulgarian countryside as well, which is beautiful. In a nutshell… It’s not just beaches and ski resorts, as I discovered. Thanks to its dynamic climate, Bulgaria is incredibly green and lush and the alpine mountains are great for hiking. It also has more than its fair share of Unesco World Heritage sites and a whole host of ancient archaeological discoveries to explore. Good grub? Put it this way – you don’t go to Bulgaria for the food. There wasn’t a meal that particularly stood out for us,...
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Why travel brands need to up their chatbot game

Chatbots are a potential route to billions of consumers but travel brands are failing to fully take advantage of their possibilities, according to a recent report from EyeforTravel and Travelaer titled Are Bots Worth the Bother? Related Content: 5 lessons for building a successful travel chatbotAre chatbots really worth the bother?Artificial Intelligence (AI): Powering the Age of the Chat Bot - MicrosoftImage: Banner Ad: Banner URL: http://events.eyefortravel.com/smart-travel-data-summit/?utm_source=eft_events&u...Tags: Pamela WhitbyChatbotsbrandsFacebookMessengerAirlinestravel brandsTravelEyeforTravel ReportChannels: Mobile and TechnologyArticle type: Industry InsightOriginal link
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