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NOW November is upon us and autumn draws to a close, the team at Booked.net wants to revisit some more entries in our blogger promotion “Capture the Seasons”.
The entries are still trickling in, and where better to start then with some images of the current season in the northern part of the world – autumn/fall.
Without further delay, here are some more highlights from bloggers across the world.
ON the Eve of Halloween, as people put the finishing touches on their Halloween costumes, some people like to let their creativity flow beyond their apparel.
Booked.net writer Svetlana Malukha presents some ideas for a Halloween party menu.
If you decided to organize a party at home, these easy, but scary dishes will bring a little Halloween spirit to your table.
EVERY year the eve of October 31 turns ordinary people into different creatures as the world marks the dark and macabre elements of the occasion or lighten the mood with pop culture references and the comedic. You can see everything from the horrific and scary – beasts, ghouls and witches through to the hilarious such as King-Kong, and superheroes.
Celebrities naturally never miss parties devoted to Halloween to demonstrate their taste and uniqueness, so fans can not wait to see their idols’ costumes on this year’s Halloween party circuit. After all dressing up as someone else is a job description in Hollywood, so it’s no surprise that celebrities pull out all stops when Halloween rolls around.
Booked.net’s Svetlana Malukha has rounded up the most creative, clever, and downright outrageous costumes from the A-list Halloween parties of the past.
DUBAI in the United Arab Emirates is known as a city of superlatives.
It’s a deserved reputation.
The city holds the highest building, the biggest enclosed shopping mall and the only seven-star hotel in the world.
Dubai is a city that likes to show-off, offering a multitude of entertainment and places for tourists.
But what if you have only one day to tour all these places?
Booked.net’s Svetlana Malukha presents a few ideas about what to visit in Dubai in one day.
IT’S not often a museum visit will leave you completely wet, but this is no ordinary museum.
Established near Mexico’s number one resort of Cancun in 2009, MUSA (Museo Sabacuato de Arte) is unique.
Because this museum is under water.
It has more than 450 exhibits, located at depts of four to eight meters, and in four short years it’s already luring 750,000 visitors to the waters off Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc per year.
Booked.net takes a look at MUSA and why it is considered one of the most remarkable and beautiful submerged attractions in the world.
IN just nine days the German capital, Berlin, will see the light, so to speak.
It is a revelation that promises to be spectacular, but it is not the first time…
The annual Festival of Lights is entering its eighth year and transforms the city into a sparkling oasis as more than 50 of Berlin’s iconic landmarks are bathed in lights and projections.
In the past eight years, those landmarks have included the Brandenburg Gate, radio tower and Berlin Cathedral, for this years’ festival, which runs from October 10 to 21, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and the Europa-Center will be added to the list of attractions.
So again, we want to share some of the best submitted so far.
It was a tough choice – but here is another selection of pics that the team at Booked.net thinks capture the essense of the four seasons, their color and contrasts.
Inspired? Want to take part? Search your photos and for more details click on this link.
Be imaginative – the only limit is your creativity.
Thanks to all of those bloggers who have taken part so far.
ABOUT 400 kilometers (and an easy day-trip) from Paris is a stunning island commune known as Mont Saint-Michel.
Located in Normandy, it is one kilometer off the north-western coast, at the Couesnon River mouth near Avranches and is home to a population of less than 50.
The island was home to strategic fortifications since antiquity, and since 709 AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it gets its’ name.
Today we will showcase our picks of the best pics submitted.
Do these photos inspire you? Are you keen to take part? If so then read the post above or click on this link.
Meanwhile, here are the best of the best submitted so far.