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Most Romantic Cities In The World

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Kyoto, Japan
Spring at Kyoto's Kodaiji Temple is filled to the brim with flowers and scented Spring breezes. The smell of love is in the air.
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Barcelona, Spain
Spend the morning in Barcelona wandering the urban sprawl, admiring the architecture and sampling the food, and end the day together relaxing on the beach.
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Lisbon, Portugal
Portugal is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination. The old city is ideal for a leisurely day of wandering together.
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
The iconic Obelisk in Buenos Aires attracts tourists galore, but also offers stellar people watching.
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Madrid, Spain
The bustling Madrid is always awake. Spend endless days and nights celebrating life with your loved one.
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Miami, Florida
Miami offers couples plenty of nightclubs, lounges and beaches for a romantic and trendy time together.
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Vienna, Austria
Vienna lures couples with its winding park paths and perfected landscaping. Cozy coffee houses adorn each block, great for curling up with your loved one and a cup of coffee.
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Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is a city of narrow streets, wine, art and stunning views. The city comes to life at night, and its hilly location creates sweeping views of the lighted skyline.
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London, England
The Houses of Parliament often soak up London's few rays of afternoon sunlight. The view of this majestic structure and the surrounding city from the London Eye is a treat.
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Venice, Italy
Venice's gondolas tend to be a touristy lure. But the ride is a fabulous way to cuddle up with your sweetheart while taking in Venice's beautiful canals.
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Florence, Italy
Florence, Italy's capital, is filled with candlelit restaurants and beautiful art. Simply walking through Florence's streets is romantic.
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Rome, Italy
Rome's Trevi Fountain comes alive after dark. Visitors sit entranced by the water while lights illuminate the statues.
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San Francisco, California
San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge offers spectacular views, whether you bike across with that special someone or simply relax and picnic nearby.
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Honolulu, Hawaii
A bride and groom take in the dusky views in Honolulu, Hawaii. A beach wedding here all but guarantees flawless weather.
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New York, New York
Central Park's ice skating rink is filled with couples skating hand in hand during the winter. Admire the beautiful city skyline as you coast (or wobble) across the rink.
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Sydney, Australia
The Sydney Opera House is worth a trip just to take in the surroundings. The performing arts center is famous for its architecture, and sits on the edge of the beautiful Sydney Cove.
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Paris, France
The Eiffel Tower rises an impressive 324 meters, perfect for gazing over Paris at sunset. It's worth a visit at night too; the Tower puts on beautiful light shows.
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  1. Jean says:

    Review by Dawn S. Miller for Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 (Win/Mac) Rating: I upgraded from Photoshop Elements (PSE) 6 for Windows to PSE9 for Mac and was glad to see that the Mac and Windows soivrens were essentially the same. Since I use iPhoto for organizing, I can’t say anything about PSE’s Organizer, but I gave the Editor a workout.Elements is at the high end of what I’ll spend for a photo editor, and I buy roughly every third version to keep the price reasonable over the years, so it’s time, and I’m happy to say that 9.0 fits my needs . . . and then some.Like PSE6, PSE9 it is a great overall photo editor. It does a good job of enhancing photos, either with a click of a button or just a few clicks if I happen to disagree with the Auto Smart Fix. It can process batches of photos that all need the same work done to them. And it has enough manual controls (histograms, contrast, brightness, shadows/highlights, red eye, color correction, layers, etc.) to do just about anything to a photo you can imagine.Pros: * It works smoothly with iPhoto; I could switch back and forth easily and quickly and open multiple photos at once for editing. * It’s fast on my MacBook Pro. * The editor hasn’t crashed yet, and I’m running through thousands of photos. * All of the features that I’m familiar with from previous soivrens still work well, and some, like the magic lasso, work even better than before. * Content-aware healing can perform minor miracles in my hands. In the hands of an expert, or someone with more patience, it can probably perform major miracles. * The Guided Edits helped me visualize the steps involved for some of the more complicated features, which helped me make better use of the Full Edit. * PhotoMerge Group Shot is incredibly easy to use. I had two photos shot at different distances, and PSE had no trouble making the necessary adjustments. * Removing clutter from photographs is simple. * Oh happy day, Elements now has layer masks, a feature that used to be the domain of its pricier sibling. Now you can make parts of a layer more or less opaque, allowing for some really neat effects. I won’t use this often, but a few of my photos are just crying out for it.Cons: * The Welcome Screen is still annoying. Fortunately, you can set it up to go straight to the Organizer or Editor. * It still can’t batch process the Save for Web feature. Sigh. * My camera has a panorama assistant but doesn’t stitch them together, so I was interested in PSE9 s enhanced panorama stitching. For the most part, it’s very easy. PSE does most of the work. Unfortunately, it created an enormous file 117mg out of my five 5mg photos and ran out of RAM before it could finish everything even after I maxed out the RAM in Preferences. I ended up with a very nice panorama but had to reduce the file size before doing some of the final touches myself. Then the final jpeg size turned out to be smaller than any of the individual photos. * Yeah, I would have liked a manual.If you are currently using PSE 8, there may not be enough new features to warrant an upgrade yet, though the content-aware healing might make it worth it. From version 6? Definitely.If you have never used Elements, this is a great application with a bit of a learning curve. Get the free one-month trial, and borrow a book on it from the library. That’s where I’ll be headed once the manuals for version 9 show up.

  2. Henry says:

    What a fun (simple) idea! It’s a little photo album that looks like a purse. So you can take it with you on all your bad girl uneedtarvs. (Thanks to the cool handle.) I loved all the stickers at the back! Nice Face Booty Call Bad Influences! etc. I Bad-Girl-ized all my bachelorette party photos. And I’m giving it to my Bad Girl bridesmaids!

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