Added by Ashley Dillon on January 31, 2012 at 10:40pm — No Comments
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The best part of any trip is the unexpected- the John Lennon Wall in Prague was certainly that. John Lennon? You have to be kidding me... what does he have to do with a wall in Prague...he never lived there
Since the 1980s this wall opposite the French Embassy in Prague, located in a quiet square, has been filled with John Lennon inspired graffiti and lyrics from the Beatles hits. A blaze of colour greeted me – a modern feel in the midst of a city with stunning ancient architecture…Continue
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Hi bloggers and anyone else who stumbles upon this article...
I am new to the Travel blog Exchange and so forgive me if this post is, short, sweet and/or a little shoddy in relation to other posts!
I am a mum of 4 with a passion for travel. The ages of my children are quite well spaced out.... 2, 18, 21 and 26. My two year old has travelled more in the past 2 years than I did from the age of 0-30! So far experiencing parts of the UK, France, Spain, Australia and New…Continue
You would expect a restaurant that you are taken to by your tour guide when on a Princess cruise to be touristy and unexceptional……….this is what we found across the board on our shore excursions with TWO exceptions. Marmita Restaurant, in the tiny village of Megalochori on Santorini, was one.…Continue
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At the time of tapping this out I’ve been living here in Trondheim, central Norway for the best part of 14 years. It’s been quite a roller-coaster ride as during that time I’ve got married, become a father to two children, learnt the language, worked in the restaurant business, started my own business, moved house untold times before finally having a home built here and settling in. Amongst other things.…Continue
As soon as we had decided we would travel to Germany last summer, I knew I wanted to go to Schwangau, a place we’d first visited in 2007 while I was pregnant. I thought I wanted to return so we could wow our princess-crazed preschooler with Neuschwanstein, a real and quite picturesque castle. I would probably concede that I also wanted to show her the …Continue
Added by Eileen Gunn on January 25, 2012 at 9:44pm — No Comments
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27) Summary: New Travel Channel series "Vacation Hunters" casting people for London episode!!!
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Added by Mary A Huff on January 25, 2012 at 10:34am — No Comments
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On Sunday, January 22nd, a friend and I visited the famous 221B Baker Street. Most people will know this is as the address of the so-famous-you-might-think-he's-real Sherlock Holmes and I suppose having a museum in his name doesn't help that either.…
Added by Zaira Shaal on January 24, 2012 at 10:28am — No Comments
In Killin, The wide river rushes right through the middle of town,forking in two, under a stone bridge that is only wide enough for one car. On the far side of the bridge, a single lane winds down to the Killin Hotel, which used to be a jail, and on to where the river slows down enough to be able to wade in and fish and paddle small row-boats in the summer. On the near side of the bridge is a lane and…Continue
Added by Sage Russell on January 24, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
Decorado al estilo de una antigua estancia patagónica, Quijote Hotel, provee a sus huéspedes 119 habitaciones modernas y bien equipadas. Situado a minutos del aeropuerto local, en pleno Centro Comercial de la ciudad de El Calafate, encontrará el confort de un hotel 4 estrellas,…Continue
Added by Cristian Signorelli on January 23, 2012 at 7:12pm — No Comments
Not too many countries on earth have a state budget made separately for the Railways, neither have they inspired authors and filmmakers for ages. The Indian Railways, carrying 30 million passengers and joining 65,000 km of India, isn’t unique only for these numbers, but for the diversity it carries along. It joins the length and breadth of India and touches her heart like no one else does. Probably the best way to see India is by taking a train ride, sneaking into her undiscovered cultures,…Continue
Added by Arnab Maity on January 20, 2012 at 11:30pm — No Comments
One of the world's largest celebrations comes to New York January 23 as we welcome the Year of the Dragon for Chinese New Year. This year is an especially auspicious one, as it is more specifically the Year of the Water Dragon, which only occurs every sixty years in the Chinese Zodiac. Our recommendations for this extravagant 15-day celebration include lots and lots of our favorite f's: festivals, food, and of course fun.
7th Annual Pre-Lunar New Year Gala &…Continue
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1) Have you ever gone alone to a hotel bar in Paris, Seoul and/or Budapest and been mistaken for a hooker?
2) Do you have a luggage docking station in your home?
3) Do you always ask for extra pages when you get a new passport?
Added by Carol Perehudoff on January 18, 2012 at 1:37pm — No Comments