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  • CopenhagenOn Monday 23 August we caught the train for a 4 hour trip from Århus on Jutland, crossing the island of Funen to Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital on the island of Zealand. Copenhagen is a wonderful place to visit – Posted by patsaunder in Happy wanderers | Sep 27, 2010
  • Voyage to the Isthmus of Panama Day 7Day 7 began not unlike any other day in the highlands of Panama. A thick fog had enshrouded the room, giving the appearance of a Scottish moor during hunting season. Several pheasant were suddenly startled by the dogs and sprang Posted by beerman in The Beerman Chronicles | Sep 26, 2010
  • Disney, Dream come trueIt was december of 2007, and I really wanted a break from my university studies. My husband was busy and couldn't accompany us. So, I asked my mom if she wanted to go somewhere. The only restriction was that she Posted by sameen in Ghumakkar | Sep 25, 2010
  • Voyage to the Isthmus of Panama Day 6Day 6 began much like any other day on the Scottish Moors........waking, rubbing sleep out of one's eyes, peering out the castle ramparts at the omni-present mist and listening for the Hound, hoping that he was well sated from a Posted by beerman in The Beerman Chronicles | Sep 6, 2010
  • Boiling Mud, Works of Art, and Medieval WeaponryHaving a visitor staying with us over the better part of the past week was a joy, and it gave us cause to show off some of the highlights of our experiences. As you may remember from the last Posted by tcrons in Cronsberry Trip Downunder | Aug 29, 2010
  • Disney Cruise ~ August 2009I can't believe it's almost a year later and I've finally remembered that I needed to do this trip report. Anyway, I'll write what I remember since it's been so long! :) August 25, 2010 - we drove down to Posted by lilinando in Mel's Travelogue | Aug 29, 2010
  • Romantic spires of OxfordIt was a bit of a grind getting to Oxford from York. After diverting to see the family connection with the stables of Castle Howard, it took rather longer than expected to get to Oxford. Mysterious road works Posted by HelenWyn in Wyn-Sanderson Adventure | Aug 29, 2010
  • England - family and friendsAfter our many adventures climbing up hill and down dale chasing the circles, it was now time to say 'hi' to our English family and friends in various locations across the country. Our first port of call was Sally and Brian Posted by patsaunder in Happy wanderers | Aug 29, 2010
  • England - other mysterious phenomenaEngland has many ancient and mysterious phenomena in addition to the crop circle formations. One of the most famous is Stonehenge, estimated age 3100 BC. Another which Posted by patsaunder in Happy wanderers | Aug 29, 2010
  • England - crop circle hunting!!We arrived at Heathrow Saturday 31 July, found our hire car and set off for Marlborough - heart of crop circle country. We had booked a lovely B&B at Browns Farm for the 8 days of our visit. Posted by patsaunder in Happy wanderers | Aug 29, 2010
  • Back Home!We drive 199 miles & arrive home. I'm glad to be home. I love to see new places, but I love coming home even more. Joe leaves for church camp in two days and then Posted by jengelman in Traveling the USA Part II | Jul 25, 2008
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's FallingwaterWe have beautiful weather for our visit to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. I've always wanted to visit Fallingwater. The tour guide is wonderful and we have a great tour. I absolutely love this house! [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/78124/DS Posted by jengelman in Traveling the USA Part II | Jul 24, 2008
  • OhiopyleWe start out the day by packing up and driving our 5ver down a very steep, long hill to leave the campground. Then drive 148 miles to Ohiopyle. We don't have a lot of options of where Posted by jengelman in Traveling the USA Part II | Jul 23, 2008
  • It's the little things.First the boys left. Then Daddy came. Then Daddy left. In case I was feeling down, a few of my students left me this surprise on my classroom chalk board. [img=http://photos.travellerspo Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Aug 26, 2010
  • Jinja: Part 2More adventures today which require a blog entry of their own so the conclusion of the Jinja post I started in my last entry will be kind of like one of those Reader's Digest novels: condensed! After a couple of hours Posted by BriteLite in Mzungu Ramblings | Aug 25, 2010
  • Scenic SouthernHello from Christchurch!! Last night in NZ so after a day of admin'ing, thought I should GET ON the blog. Particularly because Lizzy text me at 4.30 your time to say that she was so excited by the prospect of Posted by laurajhous in Leaving On A Jet Plane..... | Aug 23, 2010
  • Coming HomeOn Sunday, Mom and I got up at 5:45am (after going to bed about 11:45pm the night before). We did the final packing and got downstairs about 6:30am. So here's a quick summary of our travel home - [b]6:30am Posted by agilsenan in Travel to England | Aug 23, 2010
  • Days 7 and 8 - Alicia in Meetings-Mom with Kids in BrightonWell, We made it back home so I'll try to re-create a brief summary of the last 2 full days we had in Brighton before heading home. I'll mainly have to defer you to the pictures though, since I was at Posted by agilsenan in Travel to England | Aug 23, 2010
  • FIVE GENERATIONAL VISIT AUGUST 14-22, 2010I thought it was time to visit my 103 year old Mother. So son Doug and I decided to have a little father/son bonding time as well. We met in Chicago, took in the air show along the Lake Posted by douglasw in Around the World | Aug 23, 2010
  • Social Dancing and a Visitor from TaiwanAlthough nothing too dazzling happened over the past week, there were some high points that served to keep our week interesting. On Monday Tim cleaned the oven, and likely shortened his life by several weeks inhaling the corrosive vapours liberated fro Posted by tcrons in Cronsberry Trip Downunder | Aug 22, 2010
  • Voyage to the Isthmus of Panama Day 5Day 5. Dawn broke several hours before we managed to crack open our eyes, and there still seemed to be remnants of the previous nights' music humming in our ears. No wait, that's a cricket. Still, sounded the same. Bleary Posted by beerman in The Beerman Chronicles | Aug 22, 2010
  • Jinja: Part 1Let me preface this entry by saying I think Jinja is a really cool name for a city! OK, that's kind of a random thought, and not particularly relevant; just throwing it out there. Now, where to begin...? I guess I Posted by BriteLite in Mzungu Ramblings | Aug 22, 2010
  • Don't be too jealous, but... a Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Aug 20, 2010
  • Day 6 - BrightonToday was our first full day in Brighton. The weather was odd. Couldn't seem to decide whether it wanted to be sunny and warm or cold, overcast and windy. Drastic changes in temperature throughout the day but luckily no rain Posted by agilsenan in Travel to England | Aug 19, 2010
  • Day 5 - Last Day in London - Travel to BrightonSo this is an update for yesterday because we didn't have a chance to update last night before bed. Wednesday was quite an adventurous day. Since it was our day of departure from London to Brighton, we decided to Posted by agilsenan in Travel to England | Aug 19, 2010
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