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  • 2013 Summer in Taipei IAfter a long harsh period at work, I could take a break and travel finally. However, I never imagine this one becomes the most awful trip in my life so far -_-.... ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 Aug 2013, Posted by nelco in N's Travel.. | Aug 30, 2013
  • All Roads Lead To...: Berlin ZooUpdate: All new posts can be found at [[|]]. After a long day and night of travel, we arrived in Berlin at 1 in the afternoon. In case you were counting, that was 40+ hours of wakefulness, pl Posted by cgplatt in My Never Ending Journey | Aug 28, 2013
  • PingyaoPingyao started where Datong left off... ...note the hygienic cat... ...and Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Aug 22, 2013
  • My Story about Food in HokkaidoI went solo traveling. Yes, again! This time starting from Asahikawa towards East, and then North, until the Northernmost point of Japan. Asahikawa [img=http://photos.tra Posted by automidori in Hundred and Ninety Degrees | Aug 19, 2013
  • Canterbury for the weekendFriday: I almost missed my bus. I made it with a minute to spare. I blame Carl. He shouldn't let a person with a guide book of his country decide on what time to leave. Basically there was a lot Posted by Jenjilla in One country at a time | Aug 18, 2013
  • Hanoi We have spent four busy, fascinating, days in Hanoi sightseeing and getting to know several local people. This vibrant but polluted city, is a mix of stately, yellow, French colonial houses in various states of repair, a few Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Aug 17, 2013
  • Philadelphia Phillies Baseball - keeping my 100% win recordHaving spent the morning sightseeing, we boarded the Philadelphia Subway to get back to our car and drive on to the Citizen Park Baseball Stadium, home of the Philadelphia Phillies, to watch their game against the [i]Milwaukee Brewers Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Jun 2, 2013
  • Eastern European FoodMeat, soups, stews, stodge, and dairy fat. Welcome the corner stones of Eastern European cuisine. Food from this region is undeserving of its dire reputation, while mild and moderately monotonous, there are some tasty things to wrap your gums around. Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 22, 2013
  • Perfecting the tango face in Buenos Aires The door flung open and he burst in wearing head to toe black. There was a kind of glimmer in his eye that said this man meant business. Brayden was terrified. So terrified in fact he couldn’t think what to Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 11, 2013
  • Where We Ate: VeronaGelateria Patagonia We visited the location on Via Mazzini, a pedestrian-only shopping area in Verona. In addition to the typical flavors, they also had some fun ones like Bacio di Romeo and Bacio di Giulieta (Romeo and Juliet's kisses, respectively). Al Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Aug 10, 2013
  • Another post about food and promises of updates...For those food lovers among my readers, or those who wonder what it is that vegans can eat, I will describe my dinner today, as I am very proud of it. I knew I had to do pasta to use Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Up North | Aug 7, 2013
  • Raising a glass to Mendoza. I could write about Mendoza’s beautiful parks, its handsome streets or its many trendy shops and restaurants but all I really want to write about is its location – smack bang in the middle of Argentina’s wine region. More than Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Aug 5, 2013
  • Where We Ate: TrentoAll of these places are walkable from the Grand Hotel Trento in about 10 minutes or less. Ristorante Duo The name Duo makes sense because there are 2 floors and 2 different concepts. When you walk in, you are in the tapas Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 31, 2013
  • Bon Appetit et Au Revoir[float=left][/float]We spent this morning going through our bags and finding things that we could either throw out or give away to the Poirots. It Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 30, 2013
  • French Hospitality[float=left][/float]Our French friends have been so encouraging with having us visit that they insisted we come for another lunch, Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 30, 2013
  • Meeting Hannah's French Family[float=left][/float]We had scheduled our visit with Hannah’s French family as our last destination so that we could finish off with an experienc Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 30, 2013
  • We've arrived in KoreaMargie, Julia, Gayna and Maite at Incheon airport, Seoul. Looking forward to a night at the Hilton courtesy of Korean Airlines. It was a really nice hotel and an absolute foodies paradise. Dinner and breakfast were included and there was Posted by growlcat in Growlcat's WMG trip | Jul 23, 2013
  • Culinary Experiences[float=right][/float]This morning included a sleep in for all of us, a welcome change to the routine after several busy days. As Ben was needing a rest Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 21, 2013
  • More dishes I've recently eatenSo lately I decided I wanted to get rid of a lot of the greens that were sitting around in our fridge, some of which I don;t particularly care for raw - carrots, celery, spinach, etc. So I decided to Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Up North | Jul 19, 2013
  • PILGRIMS HAVE MORE FUN: Four Days of Excess-- Err, HOLINESS.Oh yes, this blog was a thing I was doing. Hello, blog. I am back to write you. Let's pretend I wasn't ignoring your calls for six months? Aww, you're so forgiving. That's why I love you. So, SHIKOKU PILGRIMAGE. The big Posted by Niadra in I Can Haz Enlightenment? | Jul 15, 2013
  • Where We Ate: MilanPizza Big This place is in the same neighborhood as the apartment where we stayed and was recommended by our landlord. The pizzas here are great, with super thin crusts and a good variety of toppings. [img= Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 15, 2013
  • And the trip begins...We'd booked flights a while ago to try and get cheaper fares, and Clancy'd decided for us that the bit extra we'd pay for Qantas was worth it. I tend to agree with him! Especially for the Posted by Goannaray in Exploring with Goannaray | Jul 12, 2013
  • Eating Out (With a Kid) in Northern Italy and TuscanyBefore I get into the specifics of where we ate, here are some general observations about eating out in northern Italy and Tuscany. The first thing I should mention is that the restaurants were welcoming to families. We never got Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 9, 2013
  • Scottish FoodScottish food can be intense(ly unhealthy) and I’m not sure our bodies have fully forgiven us yet, but in time they will understand our need to try local cuisine wherever we go. Haggis, Neeps, and Tatties: Haggis is the world famous Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Jul 3, 2013
  • Relics of Kings and Regimes[float=left][/float]Our host recommends that unless we feel like spending the bulk of our week waiting in traffic jams with frustrated, beefy Hungaria Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jul 3, 2013
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