Why is Maui your dream honeymoon destination?

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Travel Maui , honeymoon destinationWedding is one of the best dreams for everyone. You must have aimed of having the world’s most beautiful wedding. Selecting every single thing must be perfect for making a dream wedding. Similarly, honeymoon is a part of wedding which requires a perfect selection of destination. Maui in Hawaii is one of the dream destinations for all the newly wedded couples. The small island regularly finds many visitors throughout the year.

The island offers a perfect romantic scenic beauty accompanied with a really nice weather. The beaches of the island are the most beautiful and artistic one to give you an immense pleasure. Island has many resorts providing the best services to their guests for having a perfect stay in Maui. You can also avail the water sports to add fun and adventure in your honeymoon trip. The exotic resorts give you more than what you can think of. So book your honeymoon packages to Maui to have a great time with your partner.

Visiting the churches in Glasgow

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Churches in Glasgow, GlasgowThe Scotland’s largest city, believed to be founded by Saint Kentigern, famously known as St. Mungo, a missionery in Scotland, having a population of an average of 600000. Visiting Glasgow means tour to Burrell Collection, Gallery Of Modern Art, CCA, Glasgow Science Centre and Museum Of Transport but missing the Glasgow Cathedral would be regret. Situated on Castle Street, right next to the Royal Infirmary and across the University of Stratchclyde is a piece of eye-catcher built by St. Mango in 1136.

The first to mention about this cathedral is the famous bell donated by Marcus Knox, a merchant, built in Holland and later damaged and repaired in London tells its story as engraved on its body. Out in the yard of the Cathedral, on the other side of John Knox Street is the Peace garden Mosaic, a beautiful garden built in 1992 and placed at its center a mosaic with a message ‘Let Peace Flourish’ and a King William III statue. The others to watch for The Glasgow Necroplis, John Knox Memorial, Glasgow Evanelical Church, The lady Well, People’s Palace and martyr’s School.