- Double Rainbow==
'A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever - John Keats...'
Autumn is looked upon with uninspired eyes by the people of London. As the darkness of winter looms across the dreary sky, people cover up in their coats, a Posted by missadelaide in Thoughts of a Crimson Haired Girl | Oct 19, 2013
- Visiting the Metropolitan Museum It’s too tempting, walking around looking at great stories: I cannot resist scratching something such as these few poems or notes into my brand new yet already battered notebook as my feet turn the corners in the Metropolitan Museum, rushing Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Oct 3, 2013
- Persephone in New York"One must constrict to illuminate which is one of the great irritations to Modern Art and the Dalai Lama, now exiled in the west." — At Photos not permitted in the Guggenheim.
I am afraid I just quoted myself. Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Sep 29, 2013
- Just arrived - in one piece, thank GodEmirates is a great airline (especially on the long trip from JFK), but that plane to Muscat from Dubai was a little scary. First, when the engine started, we got the smell of smoke in the cabin area where I Posted by KateCastle in Muscat, Oman | Sep 21, 2013
- New York/US East Coast[float=right][/float]"New York - The Greatest City of All."
"You are who you make people thing you are."
"All people in Manhattan live in apartments."
"New York alias Big Apple. This is because Posted by roman.cibulka in Trav The Traveller | Sep 18, 2013
- Stepping OutA combination of nerves and excitement greeted me as I arrived at Gatwick airport on Wednesday the 28th. Being well traveled I welcomed the familiar south terminal and swiftly checked in and cruised through into the departure lounge. Before arriving Posted by davidt.ontour in Biting a Piece of the South America Cake | Sep 13, 2013
- New Kid in TownGeorge arrived today
and it did not take long
for the ladies to start falling
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/497240 Posted by Baronessonthego in Al's Adventures | Sep 10, 2013
- I Could Live Here for a Year or Two “I could live here for a year or two.”
It’s an easy and common statement for people to make about New York, Paris, London, and other civilian hot spots on earth. This statement also indicates that it’s dreamily Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Aug 22, 2013
- Day 6Breakfast in the hotel was the kickoff. We then walked 100 feet to Times Square.
Wow, the lights and the business men and women alike. Chris recognized that everyone dr Posted by jwhitehurst in East Coast | Aug 7, 2013
- Day 5The day began with a great breakfast downtown Philly at Marathon. My banana's foster french toast was out of this world.
Our weather was beautiful at the zoo as we visited every animal imaginable Posted by jwhitehurst in East Coast | Aug 5, 2013
- Bawston and Neww YalkWe continued south to Boston (or Bawston). Parking in the city center and walking around several of the historical sites. There is a self guided tour line that runs through the streets downtown which would take you a day to Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jul 16, 2013
- ReunionFor the last 6 years almost every summer holiday I have done a road trip with 2 of my friends from university, Will & Toivo.
We decided to do the same for the North American summer, well actually we just Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Jul 16, 2013
- What is new in 2013?
green lattice near the famous Anker Clock
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/4400/7A38B0C62219AC68178AA27367A Posted by vanessa in Wien aka Vienna | Jul 3, 2013
- New York to Miami - New Orleans, Mobile, Pensacola, 30 Jun13Left New Orleans, Louisiana and headed east through Mississippi into Alabama. 52% of Mississippi is heavily forested. It is very flat and swampy country. A lot of houses are built flat on the ground, with no foundations. Posted by gaddingabout in New York to Miami | Jun 30, 2013
- New York to Miami - Heading South, New Orleans, 29 Jun 13Hopped on the bus at 8.30 am for our morning excursion to a plantation, Oak Alley Plantation, located on the Mississippi River about an hour and a halfs drive from New Orleans.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/562028/large_20130629_120944 Posted by gaddingabout in New York to Miami | Jun 29, 2013
- New York to Miami - Memphsis to New Orleans, Fri, 28 Jun 13Left Memphis at 7.30 am for the long drive to New Orleans, where we have a two night stay. We are driving through a huge storm and it is very dark, pouring rain and lightning.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/562028/8A8019942219AC6817F9E Posted by gaddingabout in New York to Miami | Jun 29, 2013
- New York to Miami - Heading South, Washington, Sat, 22 Jun13[center][/center]
Survived another night in the shoe box; up early to have breakfast at the Holiday Inn, then checked out and dragged our bags a couple metres up the road to board the bus. No introductions to other members of Posted by gaddingabout in New York to Miami | Jun 22, 2013
- New York! New York! New York, Friday, 21 June 2013We survived the night in our minimalist room, had a little sleep in and then headed up the street to the Holiday Inn for breakfast. We then headed off to Ground Zero to see the 9/11 memorial.
[center][img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/562028/90_20 Posted by gaddingabout in New York! New York! | Jun 21, 2013
- Weekend in NOLA (New Orleans, Louisiana)Sirens’ Call
A common question people ask me is “How do you decide where to go in your travels?” I struggle with this question because I don’t put a lot of deep thought into my travel destinations. I just Posted by clarkmw78 in Matt's Misadventures | Jun 21, 2013
- New Orleans With the Family ===[i]Well I passed by this little place a time or two before
And I liked the words they had painted on the door
Social Aid and Pleasure club
Are they drinkin', are they dancing
Are they havin' a ball
Are they making plans for the Posted by Fun Susie in Adventures with Susie | Jun 12, 2013
- The Lion King (fea. New York)Day One - Walking Around
For our first day in New York we had organised a private walking tour with Mark and Amanda which started at 9am. It was raining in the morning (and later in the day), but the weather Posted by EricaJY in Adventure Americas | Jun 8, 2013
- Experiencing Tiffany's Vision of New York CityWhen I get off the train at Back Bay station in Boston in winter I often walk by numerous oversized Tiffany ads that portray images of New York City as some sort of idealized winter wonderland. There are beautiful people Posted by EuropInFebruary in From the Travel Book I'll Never Write | Apr 30, 2013
- Wanaka and Queenstown==Wanaka==
Sunday morning saw an early rise and a test of Australian homeland security. Luckily for the safety of passengers departing from Sydney Airport, the security force discovered the offensive bag packed with dangerous materials (Natalies wash b Posted by Where's Willy in Where's Willy? | Apr 28, 2013
- NEW tripEverybody asked me if I was going to report my trip on a travel blog again, like the last time I wandered around a foreigner continent for months on end. But let’s face it: the only one who diligently reads Posted by LaPoderosa in La Poderosa | Apr 23, 2013
- The final 10 day countdown has begunSo I'm sitting here Wednesday 17th April a week to go until I catch the train down to London to stay with Paula for 2 nights before we leave for Bangkok on Friday 26th April 2013 at 14:05pm not that Posted by bexy_66 in We are all small fish in a very big pond | Apr 17, 2013