Blog Entries tagged 'Europe'
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- Market and MountainsOur internet connection has been bad to nonexistent since leaving Oberndorf, so I will be playing catch-up for a while.
Frday, July 29: This was a low-key day for us with intermittent rain. We took advantage of some clear moments to Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Aug 2, 2011
- BMW Welt (world)This place is part showroom for BMW, part pick-up location for people doing European Delivery of their cars. The main floor has a variety of old and new cars and motorcycles on display, along with some exhibits and demos about Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 29, 2011
- Mist and musings in La SerenissimaI feel as though I already know Venice, despite never having been there. Like the Taj Mahal or the Pyramids, the city has been featured in so many magazines, documentaries, films, paintings, and books that it is more familiar Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Jul 28, 2011
- Guten tagGreetings from Oberndorf in Tirol, Austria!
These have been a tiring few days. We left home Sunday morning. We were set to have a 2-hour layover in Philadelphia, but our flight from Phoenix to Philly landed late because of weather and Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 27, 2011
- Its a Small World After AllWell, well, well... it seems like only moments ago that I was emerging from Heathrow airport, bleary eyed, with battered and bandaged boyfriend in tow. A years’ worth of travelling almost culminating in our untimely demise in the back Posted by CarlaTracy in Road Trippin' Europe | Jul 25, 2011
- Crazy Farmers Day Market in Ronneby, Sweden
I recently visited a lovely market called Tosia Bonnadan - Crazy Farmers Day in my neighbour town Ronneby in Sweden. Ronneby is about 30 kilometres f Posted by ropcorn in My life in Sweden | Jul 19, 2011
- Spanish Baby FoodAs I mentioned in a previous post, we bought jarred baby food while we were in Spain. In this post, I'll give an overview of what we found and how they went over with our taste tester, who was 12 Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 1, 2011
- Hotel AdventuresAs I promised some time ago, I wanted to write about the hotels in Europe, at least the ones we stayed at. I have referred to each of the hotels in various blogs but will write some additional det Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 20, 2011
- Prague with Love
Prague was a dream destination to get to. I remember the dying wish of a friend who so dearly loved to visit Prague if he had a chance before he dies but he didn’t. With me going there, some Posted by jokermiss in A Beacon Somewhere Around The World | Jun 20, 2011
- Traveling with a 1-year-old vs. a 2-year-oldEven though we took our daughter to Spain last year, she has changed so much that it's hard to predict what it will be like traveling with her this time around. When we were deciding whether to go to Germany Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 16, 2011
- An Opera at the Estates TheaterWhen I first visited Prague, maybe 8 or 9 years ago, I was with my friends Dieter and Inge. We did a walking tour of the old town, Stare Mesto. This area was originally laid out in about 800a.d. and Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | May 28, 2011
- We go to Europe again!
===Going to Europe again is a fascinating experience for me. This time we travel from Vancouver to London, stay there for a couple of days, then we go to other countries along Eur Posted by mytripsandme in My Trips And Me...Mis Viajes y Yo | May 24, 2011
- Amsterdam Our last stop on our tour of Europe was The Netherlands
which is also known as Holland. We stayed in Amsterdam which
is the country's largest city and has a population of 780,000 and
attracts over 3.7 Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | May 24, 2011
- Switzerland Switzerland has became one of my faviourite countries.
It offers breathtaking scenery and amazing natural
beauty everywhere you look, from the gorgeous Swiss Alps
to it's many beautiful lakes. The four national languages of
Switzerland are German, Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | May 18, 2011
- Salzburg; Old Town & New TownDieter and Inge had driven to Salzburg the day we left them so had checked out our hotel and the area already. They arrived in our room as we were packing up our belongings for the room change lat Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | May 15, 2011
- If you could go anywhere in the world....If you could go anywhere in the world with one of your best friends, where would it be? Kicking back in Curacao? Doing the hula in Hawaii? Trekking around Nepal? Marketing in Marakesh?
Oh yes, the possibilities are endless. We Posted by Karzie in Deux amis américains en France | May 12, 2011
- Germany Guten Tag! Beer or wine? That pretty much sums up
Germany during our visit. Our first stop was Munich, the
third largest city in Germany. It rained during our stay,
but that didn't dampen our spirits! Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | May 10, 2011
- Belgium, Old Friends and FunWe arrived in Brussels feeling like it was 3 a.m. on Jupiter. Our friend Pascaline was to pick us up at the airport but she had given me Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | May 6, 2011
- 2000 miles and 7 countries laterSo, we've arrived safely back in the UK with all our purchases intact, which is saying something for bringing pottery all the way from Romania.
Our trip was absolutely amazing and I couldn't recommend European train travel enough. The places we Posted by AOGardner in The Great Railway Journey | May 6, 2011
- The Blue Mosque & the BosphorousWe've been really lucky with the weather this entire trip... from 35c in Paris the sunshine followed us eastward..always raining or getting overcast the day we left a city. The same has proven true in Istanbul, we're enjoying our last Posted by AOGardner in The Great Railway Journey | May 3, 2011
- Austria Austria is a landlocked country in Central Europe,
and the largest city and capital is Vienna. It's population is 1.6 million
and in 2010 Vienna was named as the world’s number one most livable
city. Vienna is known for it's Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | May 3, 2011
- DubrovnikDubrovnik is one of the most fascinating places i have visited
so far and i would go as far as saying it's one of the most
interesting sites in Europe. It has been nicknamed the pearl of the Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 27, 2011
- From "Mainhattan" to Neckar River Germany
Traveling in end winter season around Europe was the obvious choice for me as a single traveler looking to save some Euro. Germany w Posted by jokermiss in A Beacon Somewhere Around The World | Apr 26, 2011
- 12 Weeks to goYou may think that 12 weeks is a long time to prepare for a trip to Europe. For a normal person it would be. The fact that our energies are going into writing a travel blog before we have even Posted by The 3 Amigos in It's the final countdown.... | Apr 10, 2011
- French RivieraThe French Riviera is located on the Mediterranean coastline
in the southeast corner of France. Here you can get 300 days
of sunshine per year and enjoy 115 kilometers of beaches,
there are 14 ski resorts and now over 3,000 Posted by PhotoGlen in My Travel World | Apr 5, 2011