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November 2013

Helpful news from us at Scenic throughout November
29
Nov
With the buzz of the 2012 Olympics in the UK starting to fade Brits will be delighted to find that an Olympics close to home may happen again sooner than they might think. While Rio de Janeiro is in full preparation for the 2016 games and Tokyo has just been confirmed to host the Olympics of 2020, France are starting to put together a bid that is hoped to bring the Olympics to Paris in 2024 or 2028.
29
Nov
The Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival has begun in Bruges and thousands of people are expected to come and see its astonishing ice creations.
29
Nov
Millions of Americans sat down to Thanksgiving dinner on 28th November, but others were more preoccupied by the legendary Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
28
Nov
The world's most famous wine party began last week as wine lovers all across France uncorked bottles of Beaujolais Nouveau.
28
Nov
The results of The Telegraph Travel Awards 2013 are in and Scenic Tours has once again come away with some top awards.
28
Nov
Budapest has been named the most welcoming city in Europe in a recent poll conducted by an apartment rental company.
27
Nov
Margaret River's second ever Gourmet Escape festival has been a huge success, with guests flying to Australia from across the globe.
27
Nov
A survey carried out by Vienna's Chamber of Commerce has revealed that the Melange is the city's favourite type of specialty coffee.
26
Nov
Budapest's spas are world famous, but getting there is just half the journey. Aside from at Gellert Bath, most prices and instructions for using the spa are written in Hungarian, which could easily lead to a great deal of confusion when it comes to spa etiquette.
26
Nov
The world's first 3D map of the Great Barrier Reef has been created, and is believed to be the most detailed to have been made of the area yet.
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