San Francisco Nightlife

Since the gold rush, this city has enjoyed a particularly lively nightlife. The restaurants and bars fill up early in the evening, are open long and the general laid-back attitude of people also affects their lifestyle. Since there are more than 2000 bars and pubs, you don’t stay thirsty for long, but it is all the more […]

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United States Old History

United States Old History

In the second half of the 16th century the colonization of North America began. The first to land were the Spaniards and the French who immediately conquered vast territories. Then came the Dutch who founded the city New Amsterdam (later New York), in a bay of the Atlantic Ocean. Last came the British who founded […]

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Mexico Old History

Mexico Old History

Mexico is said to have been explored in the 5th century by Hoein Scin, a Chinese Buddhist priest. Archaeological discoveries would confirm this belief. The structure and decoration of the ancient temples of Palenque and Mitla, the many statues of divinities and priests that came to light, the miniatures of certain manuscripts and even some […]

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Canada Old History

Canada Old History

It is not known precisely in what era the first inhabitants settled in the territory that corresponds to present Canada. It is certain, however, that they came from Asia, when Siberia was still connected to Alaska with an isthmus corresponding to the current Bering Strait. This hypothesis is validated by the fact that the breeds […]

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San Francisco Botanical Gardens

Events in San Francisco

Beer week Breweries, restaurants and bars organize the Beer Week, which takes place every spring with 700 events. Date: February 07, 2020 – February 16, 2020 Place: San Francisco Website: http://www.sfbeerweek.org/ Chinese new year celebration and parade The New Year Parade is a worldwide and national event. The Chinese community in San Francisco is the largest outside of China, […]

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Mexico

Mexico

Mexico is a federal republic in southern North America. Mexico borders north to the United States, east to the Gulf of Mexico, southeast to the Caribbean, south to Belize and Guatemala, and southwest and west to the Pacific. Mexico also includes several small island groups, including the uninhabited Islas Revilla Gigedo (830 km²), Islas Tres […]

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Panama

Panama

Panama is a republic furthest southeast of Central America. The elongated, S-shaped country forms a link between North America and South America. Panama borders Costa Rica in the west and Colombia in the east and lies between the Caribbean Sea in the north and the Pacific Ocean in the south. The Panama Canal intersects the […]

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San Francisco Hotels

The hotels below are divided into three different price categories: Luxurious (over $ 300) Moderate ($ 150 to $ 300) Inexpensive (up to $ 150) These are minimum prices for a double room without hotel tax and breakfast, unless otherwise specified. Accommodation in San Francisco is subject to a 15% hotel tax, which is not […]

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Plant Life and Wildlife in Mexico

Plant life in Mexico Mexico’s flora is rich in endemic plants, ie plants found only in one area. In the driest areas there is desert vegetation with many succulents. Here you will find cactus species, palm lilies (Yucca), agave species and the strange plants ocotillo, Fouqieria splendens and boojum trees, Idria columnaris. In salt-rich desert […]

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History of North America

  Pre-Columbian time It is not exactly accurate when the first humans immigrated to North America, but recent archaeological, geological and genetic studies indicate that the first ones came across the Beringia land bridge, which is today submerged in the Bering Strait, for between 18,000 and 15,000 years ago. Hunters and collectors then migrated east […]

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