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  • The Ruins of RomeWe sadly left Naples & headed to Rome. It was straight off to tourist central and the constant question ... Selfie? Selfie sticks are sold everywhere and that question was never-ending the whole time we were in Rome. After Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Nov 14, 2014
  • Day 9 and Day 5 of bike rideThis morning was unusual in that it had rained during the night. This worked out perfectly as our day started out with a walking tour and this allowed the moisture to be absorbed from our biking paths. Posted by Msdimond in Tuscany Trip | Sep 22, 2014
  • Seward to ValdezToday's travelling consisted of a drive to Whittier, on which we saw our first moose and her calf! They are huge! We then took a 6 hour ferry trip through Prince William Sound to get to Valdez. It was raining Posted by georgiaodgers in Georgia's Exchange Adventures 2014 | Aug 9, 2014
  • Orebro, the Most Romantic CastleNext stop Sweden; we’d hoped to make both Orebro and Stockholm but alas…. Time was not on our side. Too much time was taken in the journey and not an emphasis on the destination. We chopped out Stockholm; I’m sure Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Aug 1, 2014
  • Downtown Anchorage The last couple of days I have ventured further than my hotel to see some of the sights of Anchorage. Most of the tourist activities are located only a 15 minute walk from my hotel. Tuesday morning I started with Posted by georgiaodgers in Georgia's Exchange Adventures 2014 | Jul 30, 2014
  • Touring Regensburg in the RainWe planned to net up with Dieter, repack, and then head out for Prague. Dieter emailed and asked if we might meet in Regensburg instead at 2pm. I’d wanted Dale to see Regensburg so this would be perfect. What Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 13, 2014
  • LondonI started this beautiful day in the Jubilee gardens where I saw the London Eye, as well as the Houses of Parliament and the hidden Big Ben. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/690781/IMG Posted by Alienstravels in Alien's travels | Jul 7, 2014
  • A History Lesson during a "Free" Walking Tour of BudapestBoy was it tough going to sleep last night. Not only was I still on an emotional high from the game, but the kid whose bed is next to mine was snoring and across the way there was another Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jun 25, 2014
  • One Last Day in ItalyOne thing you will find everywhere in Italy is the coffee. Apparently it will cost more to sit down to drink, some sort of tax or something, so must prefer to stand. Espresso is the drink of choice with Cappacinnio Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 25, 2014
  • On the Oregon TrailGood morning tale followers and Happy Father's Day to everyone. This has been a real interesting week my paranoia went crazy, I'm learning a new language, visited Bob's hometown and I played in the ocean. Let me fill you Posted by rhislop in Tashi Tales | Jun 15, 2014
  • Hanoi / Halong BayAfter coming from Indonesia we actually found Hanoi quite quiet, small and relaxed. Many people had warned us that Hanoi was thick with mopeds and it's crazy. We found people drove slower here and it was safer to cross the Posted by derryfadman in Worldwide ramblings | Jun 2, 2014
  • All roads lead to RomeI woke up this morning n a rush becausw i hadnt really checked what time the trains were leaving from brugge to amsterdams. I had to catch a flight from Schipol to italy the day after. I bid adieu Posted by egarciafreites in Enrique and his eurotrip | May 3, 2014
  • Walking Tour of Some Major Sights in Downtown Oaxaca, MexicoAlvin Starkman, M.A., J.D. Many visitors to the south central Mexico colonial city of Oaxaca spend only two or three full days here (aside from touring the central valley routes), not long enough to really learn about its cultural history, its Posted by titosarah in Attractions in and around Oaxaca, Mexico | Apr 15, 2014
  • All Roads Lead To...: Back to RomaUpdate: All new posts can be found at [[http://thewanderingmind.net|http://thewanderingmind.net]]. As hard as it was to believe, my I-finally-have-a-PhD trip was coming to an end. The ship was back in port and I was disembarking for the final ti Posted by cgplatt in My Never Ending Journey | Mar 3, 2014
  • It's cold out here in the DIf you’re reading this, I miss you. I have been on the road for almost a month now. It’s hard for me to believe that I’ve been away from home, my friends, my family, my rave fam, and my car Posted by Jonny240 in 2013 Globetrotters Tour | Jan 22, 2014
  • Dieng Pleteau Tour : Seperti yg diketahui Dieng ini adalah dataran tinggi di Jawa Tengah tepatnya di kota Wonosobo. Dataran tinggi ini ketinggiannya melebihi dr 2000mdpl bung! Di Dataran tinggi Dieng ini memiliki rata-rata suhu 10-15 derajat sehingga ga aneh kalo kalian disan Posted by irhamfaridh in Indonesia is awesome! | Jan 9, 2014
  • AucklandWhat a day. I am sitting right now observing the action downtown. The days have gone from an early sunset, just after six to it still being bright out at 7:30. We arrived in port late so everyone was ready Posted by Mari Anne in The Great Adventure 2013 | Dec 18, 2013
  • Hanoi Old Quarter VietnamIt focuses the handicraft activities and all trade, which formed into many specific trading streets and created a separate tradition of urban residents. Today, the Old Quarter of Hanoi is an attractive destination for those who want to visit this Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Duong Lam Ancient Village Hanoi VietnamToday, Duong lam village still retains most of the basic characteristics of a village of Vietnam with port village, trees, courtyard, temples, well, water fields… The roads of Duong lam were special because they have the shape as the bones Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Hanoi Vietnam That is the reason why Hanoian feel as closely connected to their Red River as children do towards their mothers. In the old days, the Red River was given another common name: Cai (Mother) River. The name of Hanoi (Exterior Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Dec 10, 2013
  • Hoa Lu Tam Coc - Caves and Temples[float=right][/float] Tam Coc takes about two hours driving from Hanoi (110 km) to the South. Once there visitors are treated to a several kilometer row-boat tri Posted by Jenny Hoang in Travel places in Vietnam | Nov 25, 2013
  • Paris, France, Part One So here is my latest entry for my Summer trip to Paris, solo for one week. I stayed at MIJE Faucounnier Hostel in a private room which was very nice, clean and comfortable. Very centrally loca Posted by KayleighTwyman in Bitten By The Travel Bug | Nov 17, 2013
  • Paris, France 2013, Part Two Day Four: Tuesday 6th August 2013: So this morning I got an earlier start and left the hostel around 8:30am and headed to Gare De L'Est to get the train to Provins, a small, very scenic and picturesque town around 1 Posted by KayleighTwyman in Bitten By The Travel Bug | Nov 17, 2013
  • Strolling along the riverside[i]This walk, as introduced to me by a university Professor, is made up of two legs - City of London and Bankside - and can take anything from a couple of hours to a full day, depending on how many Posted by Hachiko in Anytime - Anyplace - Anywhere - Any way | Nov 14, 2013
  • Japan - Day 5 – Kanazawa TourIt had started raining the evening before, which was one reason why we chose not to explore the area much. It rained all night and we were afraid it was going to continue, but by the time we left Posted by alopiparo in Ann and Tore's Japan Trip | Nov 13, 2013
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