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Titantic's tragic love story is marked by beautiful scenes of romance and glamour on the high seas. 960 1280

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Robert Redford and Meryl Streep play passionate lovers in Out of Africa, leaving us falling for Africa's raw and untamed landscapes. 960 1280

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Romantic comedy icons Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan's starring roles in Sleepless in Seattle make a bicoastal love affair seem so effortlessly romantic. 960 1280

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The film Amelie shows us a whimsical side of Paris with the story of a secret matchmaker who kindles many love affairs in the city, and then finally gets one of her own. 960 1280

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Decades before Sex and the City's Carry Bradshaw searched for love in New York City, Breakfast at Tiffany's Holly Golighty sings Moon River on her fire escape and swoons for her handsome neighbor in an Upper East Side brownstone. 960 1280

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As Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck's characters zip by Rome's Colessuem on their Vepsa, we find ourselves hooked with taking a Roman Holiday of our own. 960 1280

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American Film Institute named Casablanca the number 2 film on their Top 100 Films of all time. Charismatic stars, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, with memorable lines, "Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship,' make this movie timeless and the city Casablanca synonymous with romance. 960 1280

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In the film A Room With a View, a young English woman takes a sojourn to Italy and falls in love with an unsuitable suitor while breathtaking views of Florence leave us falling for Italy. 960 1280

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The film Brokeback Mountain reveals a secretive love affair between two cowboys and Wyoming's rugged and stunning landscape. 960 1280

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Austria's picturesque Alps and idyllic pastures show a background perfect for falling in love in the Sound of Music. 960 1280

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Best Bars in Tokyo, Japan

Best Bars in Tokyo, Japan

<i>Lost in Translation</i> shows an unexpected bond between two American strangers abroad in Tokyo.  As they struggle to find their bearings in a foreign culture, Tokyo's high energy wakes them up to a new love for life.   960 1280

  

The colorful and vibrant Mumbai is the backdrop for an inspiring love story between two childhood friends in the film Slumdog Millionaire. 960 1280

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Disney's Magic Kingdom 
Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom

The purported happiest place on Earth, Disney's Magic Kingdom is sure to entertain the kids - whether with one of their parades or classic rides like Space Mountain. 960 1280

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EPCOT

EPCOT

Travel around the world without leaving Orlando in EPCOT Center's World Showcase. You can also take a ride through the future as imagined decades ago in the famous golf-ball shaped dome, Spaceship Earth. 960 1280

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Universal Studios Orlando

Universal Studios Orlando

Universal Studios Orlando, next door to its roller-coaster-laden cousin, Islands of Adventure, is a must for movie fans. Where else can you experience an attack from Jaws, save New York from aliens along with the Men in Black, or hang out with Beetlejuice? 960 1280

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Islands of Adventure

Islands of Adventure

Universal's Islands of Adventure is the go-to place for those with a need for speed. Thrill seekers will especially enjoy Dr. Doom's Fearfall and the Incredible Hulk Coaster. 960 1280
Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom

Disney's Animal Kingdom features more than 500 acres of grounds where animals can roam freely. Guests can roam in open safari vehicles, watching out for giraffes, hippos, lions, and more. 960 1280

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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Of course, the most popular attraction at Universal's Islands of Adventure is The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Fans will be treated to plenty of performances, a dragon-themed roller coaster, and even (non-alcoholic) butterbeer. 960 1280

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Silver Springs State Park

Silver Springs State Park

The glass bottom boats at Silver Springs allow you to get up close and personal with local wildlife, like alligators, turtles, and if you're lucky, a manatee or two. 960 1280

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SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando

See all your favorite aquatic animals in one place -- SeaWorld Orlando. Learn more about killer whales and experience thrilling roller coasters and water rides. 960 1280

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Discovery Cove

Discovery Cove

Located in Orlando and partnered with SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Discovery Cove is an all-inclusive getaway where visitors get up-close and personal with the park's animals. Take a day or 2 to swim with dolphins, experience an underwater tropical reef and visit Explorer's Aviary to see and hear tropical birds from all over the world. 960 1280

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Daytona International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway

In Daytona Beach, NASCAR fans can enjoy one of the most famous racetracks in the world, the Daytona International Speedway. 960 1280

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Busch Gardens

Busch Gardens

About a 2-hour drive from downtown Orlando, Tampa Bay is home to Busch Gardens. The main feature is SheiKra, a roller coaster with "floorless" cars giving the riders a unique view at 70 mph. 960 1280

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Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park

Florida's Everglades National Park is known by many as the place to see alligators and ride airboats. This National Park is home to thousands of species of birds, reptiles, mammals and, best of all, beautiful Florida sunsets. 960 1280

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John F. Kennedy Space Center

John F. Kennedy Space Center

If you're a fan of space travel, the Rocket Garden at the John F. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex just outside of Cape Canaveral, FL, is a must. Visitors can stand under the massive rockets that first put NASA astronauts into space and much more. If you spend an entire day at the Kennedy Space Center and there happens to be a night launch, stick around -- it's a must-see. 960 1280

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Florida Keys

Florida Keys

The southern-most tip of the US main land, the Florida Keys are known for beautiful beaches, boating, fishing, Key Lime Pie and Margaritaville. The Keys were also the onetime home to Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemmingway. Pictured here is Mallory Square, the center of Key West's historic waterfront. 960 1280

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Holy Land Experience

Holy Land Experience

Orlando's Holy Land Experience is surely a unique Florida attraction: visitors can have the Last Supper with Jesus and disciples (actors, of course). 960 1280

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Treasure Beach
Treasure Beach

Treasure Beach

Fishing boats cast off on Jamaica's famous Treasure Beach. The beach stretches 6 miles along the island's southern coast. 960 1280

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Cliff Diving

Cliff Diving

Not afraid of heights? Try cliff diving along the Negril coast. 960 1280

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Prospect Plantation

Prospect Plantation

The Great House at Prospect Plantation near Ocho Rios dates to the early 18th century. Today, tourists can stroll the grounds on horseback, camelback, and bicycle. 960 1280

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Rose Hall Plantation

Rose Hall Plantation

Located near Montego Bay, the Great House of Rose Hall Plantation is said to be haunted by Annie Palmer, a former mistress of the house who was said to have practiced voodoo. 960 1280

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Negril Beach

Negril Beach

Relaxation more your style? What about taking a nap on this beach bed on Negril Beach? 960 1280

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Y.S. Falls

Y.S. Falls

Take a dip in the pool around Y.S. Falls, located on the south coast of Jamaica. Up for an adrenaline rush? You can also go ziplining in the park. 960 1280

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Bob Marley

Bob Marley

Are you a fan of the legend? The Bob Marley Museum and Mausoleum is a must-see in Kingston, Jamaica. 960 1280

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Port Royal

Port Royal

Jamaica's Port Royal is known today as more of an archaeological site than a commercial center. Sinking under the waves in an earthquake, it is known as "the city that sank." 960 1280

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Devon House

Devon House

Devon House, sitting on 11 acres of property in the middle of Kingston, was owned by Jamaica's first black millionaire, George Stiebel. 960 1280

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Dunn's River Falls

Dunn's River Falls

Dunn's River Falls, located near Ocho Rios, is one of the most famous tourist sites in Jamaica. Visitors can actually climb up the tiered falls on foot. 960 1280

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Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios isn't only known for its beautiful white beaches and sparkling blue waters: it was also used to shoot the 1962 James Bond film "Dr. No." 960 1280

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Montego Bay

Montego Bay

Is this love, or is it just the beautiful sunset over Montego Bay? 960 1280

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