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Anti back pain


I know how terrible it can be for you at nights and even when you wake up. The burning back pain you experience can be a terrible problem.

I know that because of this burning pain, you hardly get all the sleep you need at nights.

You are not alone... and thankfully there are workable solutions that you can use to not only prevent future causes, but also solve the present back pain you are experiencing.

Experts have agreed that the kind of mattress you sleep on plays a very important role in back pains suffered by most people.

There are some mattresses that do you a lot of harm when you sleep on them. And the fact that you spend many hours EVERYDAY on such mattresses will only mean one thing!

How to solve this problem


You are only spending more time hurting your back...without your knowledge.

To solve this problem you should check the kind of mattress you are sleeping on. By simply changing the mattress for a better type, like a memory foam mattress, you can help to completely eliminate the problem of back-pain from your life.

Over 20 years ago when they were invented by NASA, memory foam mattresses have stood the test of time. Today, many people like you with back problems use memory foam mattresses and it helps them when they sleep.

Memory foam mattresses work by giving you a natural position when you sleep, so that you don't experience any pressure points. Back pains are mostly a result of sleeping at the wrong position at night, either due to the poor quality of the mattress or due to your wrong sleeping position.

Memory foam mattresses handle both of these problems.

So, if you want to end your back pain nightmare, you should try a memory foam mattress.

Top Ten Reasons To Cruise The Douro River


´╗┐The Douro River offers relaxed river cruising through Spain and Portugal, with a unique glimpse into riverfe. Read on and I'll give you my top ten tips for getting the most out of your Douro river cruise. Tip 1: Bring Your Camera The Douro River runs through Portugal and drops through five huge dams over the main cruising channel. These dramatic locks are perfect for smaller craft meaning you can enjoy the view unobstructed. Many river cruises travel at night, but a trip on the Douro Spirit allows you to absorb the rolling riverside scenery for the whole trip. The river flows through the hillsides of the Douro Valley with their spectacular terraced vineyards, making for some great daytime sightseeing so bring your camera. Tip 2: Bring Your Walking Shoes Many Douro cruises are boarded at Vila de Gaia in Porto, the source of the regions famous port wine. Unsurprisingly the Douro Valley area offers many tours of the cellars and vineyards around the town. Once you've had a glass or two, the entire city centre of Porto is actually a UNESCO World Heritage site and full of interesting architecture, making it a fascinating place to explore as you start your cruise. Tip 3: Admire the Engineering One of the distinctive features of the Douro is the series of massive locks you pass through. These 5 locks are all quite deep and loom overhead when you're lowered to the bottom. The largest of the five is the deep lock in Barragem de Carrapatelo, dropping a full 35 metres, so you can admire the parking skills of the captain whilst you're at it! Tip 4: Visit the famous Mateus Palace From Peso da Regua you can reach the famous Mateus Palace, near the centre of the Vila Real region. You've probably seen an image of the palace featured on the labels of the well-known Mateus Rose wine. The palace buildings are typical of the ornate baroque Portuguese style and are stuffed full of interesting exhibits. Take a stroll around the lovely gardens whilst you're there. Tip 5: Bring a Book The Douro River stretches out through 200 kilometres through Portugal, and there are few major towns once you have left Porto, the main ones being Peso da R'gua and Pinh'o. As a result Douro river cruises are somewhat more leisurely than other rivers throughout Europe, making them perfect for lazy afternoons watching the river cruise past with your nose in a book. Tip 6: Visit the Alpendurada e Matos Most Douro cruises will include a number of shore excursions. From Bitetos it's a short bus ride to the majestic former monastery of Alpendurada e Matos, situated high above the river, which offers fantastic views across the surrounding hills. Tip 7: Tour Salamanca The ancient city of Salamanca boasts the oldest university in Spain, and day excursions can usually be made from the stopping point Vega de Terron on your Douro cruise to the city. Salamanca dates back to Roman times and you can still see the Roman-built bridge across the Tormes River today. Tip 8: Try the Port The stop off port of Pinh'o is right in the middle of the Port Wine country. Take the short hop to the Quinta do Seixo vineyard, where you watch first-hand the process of port production before moving on to organised wine tasting sessions. Tip 9: Explore the Cathedrals Salamanca also boast not one but two huge cathedrals in one, the Romanesque era Old Cathedral and the Gothic New Cathedral. Famous for the Plaza Mayor, generally said to be the most magnificent town square in Spain, Salamanca also features many attractive buildings in the old University district. Tip 10: Get ready to chill Expect your Douro cruise to be a leisurely affair, sailing by day and relaxing at night. There are many enjoyable evening excursions to be had making it the perfect destination to while away a week. The best time of year to cruise is generally in the late spring, as you are virtually guaranteed great weather with more moderate daytime temperatures, missing the scorching summer heat. And when you're ready to experience the relaxing a target=_new douro spirit for yourself, I'dke to invite you visit: a target=_new .br class=clearp

Travel Attractions from Nawalgarh


´╗┐Intrigued by Rajasthani havelis and forts? Well, take a trip to Nawalgarh and indulge your fetish. Although, many of the structures here are centuries old, they have been preserved beautifully. In fact, some of the structures are even as old as about 300 years. Located in the Sekhawati region of Rajasthan's North Eastern part, Nawalgarh also boasts quite a few fine temples with amazing architecture and highly unique sculptures. Here is a quick look at some of the most popular Nawalgarh attractions as well as some information on Jaipur and Mandawa. Usually, visitors travel to Nawalgarh when they come to Jaipur or Mandawa. Visiting Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli Visiting different havelis is perhaps the best part of one's Nawalgarh trip and one of the star attractions is the Hira Lal Sarowgi Haveli. With its amazing woodwork, painstakingly carved elaborate designs, intricate floral designs and overall astounding artwork, the haveli makes for a captivating sightseeing attraction. With its warm old world charm and beauty, the haveli attracts art aficionados and history buffs alike. For a complete haveli sightseeing experience, make sure that you also check out the Aath Havelis. The Aath Havelis date back to 1900 AD. In short, Nawalgarh tourism owes a big chunk of its popularity to the attraction of haveli sightseeing. A Tour of Roop Niwas Palace In the course of your Nawalgarh tour, you will also do well to check out Roop Niwas Palace, the erstwhile home of the Thakur of Nawalgarh. With its spectacular contrast of European and Rajput styles of art and architecture, the place makes for a grand old historic sightseeing spot. Today, Roop Niwas Palace is the temporary dwelling of tourists visiting Nawalgarh as the structure has been made into a heritage hotel. Naturally, many visitors keen on experiencing the glory and charm of the yesteryears book their rooms at Roop Niwas Palace. The luxuries offered here pamper you no end. Interesting heritage tours are also organised to some of the best of Nawalgarh's historic sites. So, it makes perfect sense if you book your stay here, while framing your Nawalgarh travel planner. Bala Kila Fort Travel The Bala Kila Fort is another sightseeing gem for your Nawalgarh travel itinerary. The fort, built way back in 1737, is also popularly known as Nawalgarh Fort. The most important part of the fort in terms of tourist interest is the south eastern area. This portion of the fort is full of elaborate frescoes, which are often said to be the best of the lot to be found in the entire Shekhawati region. However, don't expect a completely ancient kind of ambience as many parts of the original fort had gone to ruins and had to be renovated at a much later date. Still, the fact remains that the Bala Kila Fort has been billed as a popular sightseeing attraction by many a renowned Nawalgarh travel guideNawalgarh travel guide. pTourist places near Nawalgarh'' Well, there is no dearth of tourist places near Nawalgarh with a couple of most popular ones being Jaipur and Mandawa. Here is some useful information for your travel planner to these places from Nawalgarh. Trip to Jaipur The Nawalgarh to Jaipur distance is approximately 140 km. It goes without saying that there is no end of touristy rewards for one going on a Nawalgarh to Jaipur trip. Just a handful of the attractions in Jaipur are Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort and Nahargarh Fort. Trip to Mandawa The Nawalgarh to Mandawa distance is approximately 35 km. You can travel from Nawalgarh to Mandawa by carNawalgarh to Mandawa by car in just about 45 minutes' time.