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  • Pennsylvania Dutch CountryI had a work assignment in Pennsylvania and since Eric grew up in Lancaster, we decided to go a few days early for a small getaway. Saturday After traveling on Friday, we awoke on Saturday ready to explore. Our first stop Posted by tammy_b in Our next great adventure... | Nov 6, 2013
  • BudapestTrains: Keleti station is the main international train station. If you are wanting to book onward tickets to destinations outside Hungary, you need to go to the international ticket office beside Platform 6. There you go to a machine where there Posted by UnwindRoad in Unwind on the Silk Road | Sep 6, 2014
  • ViennaTravel - train: Most international trains currently come into the West Bahnhof, while the HauptBahnhof (or central station) is the place to get the train to Bratislava. The Hauptbahnhof must be the most deserted central station I have ever seen Posted by UnwindRoad in Unwind on the Silk Road | Sep 2, 2014
  • The Train - Kumming - Guilin (China)I've lived in China for 4 years and in that time have observed many a road accident and the occasional street fight (however the later is far more unlikely, unlike a Friday night in the UK where its's almost guaranteed). Posted by DamientheAlien in Is anyone a doctor? errr no. | Aug 30, 2014
  • One Month UpdateAccording to this blogging site, these are some of my stats so far: - 7008 miles traveled - 9 countries visited – US, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, France, UK, Netherlands, and the Czech Republic - 32 days spent traveling - 0.35 % of my Posted by cschelz in Round the World 2014 | Aug 15, 2014
  • July[center][/center] This blog began with this trip. I started writing every week or so, and kept it going through the US, India and SE Asia. The nature of the travel changed, w Posted by Zaspirucho in Thoughts from afar | Aug 12, 2014
  • Cleaning Up Our day began with a metro ride to the Parlament. The building is huge with every inch full of detail. There are guards at all the entrences. We walked around the entir Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Jul 2, 2014
  • Relaxing in Budapest and (attempting) to leave for ViennaWell, today is my last day in Budapest so I wanted to make it count. I got up around 8:30, booked the Hotel Meninger in Vienna for the next 3 days, then hit the grocery store to stock up Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jun 25, 2014
  • The Great Cuban Visa RunAfter three weeks of touring Cuba, with varying levels of success, I was back in Havana. In that time, the city had transformed from a lovely, breezy, sunny and romantic coffee-table book of "best places in the world" to Posted by Ofelia in Where is Maaret? | Feb 22, 2013
  • Arrive!The rest of the trip was much the same but Bruce developed a migraine towards the end. When we arrived in London we moved through customs pretty quickly with out having anything checked. It was lovely to see Leah and Posted by Adele19 in Europe 2014 | Jun 11, 2014
  • Throw some more mud on the fire motherWhen Christopher Columbus set off to discover the new world he left from Portugal. This was a very important decision. Had he departed from the Inner or Outer Hebrides we would never have had Fast Food, the Internet or Bottled Posted by Wheelspin in Who needs a holiday - I need sedatiation | Jun 9, 2014
  • Stick a purple carrot in the dykeHolland is actually the name of a region and former province in the Netherlands. I never knew that until I recently offended a guy simply by asking him directions. Usually I have to concentrate to offend effectively and wonder if Posted by Wheelspin in Who needs a holiday - I need sedatiation | Jun 4, 2014
  • Bill's European Adventure, 2001. Part 6: LjubljanaAug 31 Up out of our wet beds at 6.45 to pack up the miserable, cramped contraption allegedly called a 'tent', and get a bus to Mestre station and the 08.25 train to Ljubljana. To our delight, it's empty, and our Posted by BillLehane in Silly Billy | May 24, 2014
  • Extraordinary India and Wonderful Nepal (1)It’s just over 4,000 miles to Delhi from London; a mere eight and a half hours before you are plunged into a country of extremes which will eventually leave you exhausted and fascinated in equal measure. Whether it is the Posted by david.byne in New Territory | May 15, 2014
  • Adventures...memoriesSo realizing that Melbourne is a huge city and that we are leaving 45 minutes to the east of the heard of Melbourne, we decided to take the train to the heart............Flinders Street Station. We had a dinner planned Posted by Bada Bing in JOHN & DONNA DOWN UNDER-5 YEARS LATER | May 1, 2014
  • Back on the train...This is going to be a 2-day entry as we are spending most of it on the Ghan again, so I don't think much will be happening.Our morning was spent in Alice doing mundane stuff like packing and returning the Posted by jefranklin in James & Heather Travelogues | Mar 2, 2006
  • What a difference a Bay makes==[center]The first recorded shot of World War I, the 'Gibraltar of the South', dozens of shipwrecks and entrance to the richest port in the world. All part of European history? Far from it! The other side of the world in Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Apr 14, 2014
  • A long and painful 20 hoursToday we had a few days to kill before we got on the Ghan, so we decided to check out Casanova at the movies (actually, Heather decided it would be Casanova - I wanted to see Jarhead). I guess the Posted by jefranklin in James & Heather Travelogues | Feb 24, 2006
  • 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
  • Japan - Day 4 – Travel to KanazawaStarted the day off by waking up super early due to having gone to bed so early. That meant I was able to get the photos in order to be ready to upload them at Starbucks! We went Posted by alopiparo in Ann and Tore's Japan Trip | Nov 6, 2013
  • Kanchanaburi - Death railway, Kwai bridge, Wang Pho Viaduct We set off at 6.30 am, took the ferry up the river to Bangkok Noi to start our day trip on the train, this journey is done as an excursion, which I'm sure the Thais finds quite entertaining. As we Posted by Roaming Rolts in Two Rolts, Two Continents, Two Rucksacks | Nov 2, 2013
  • All Roads Lead To...: EmbarkationUpdate: All new posts can be found at [[http://thewanderingmind.net|http://thewanderingmind.net]]. The day had finally arrived. Despite having already spent time in the incredible cities of Berlin and Rome, the main component of my gradua Posted by cgplatt in My Never Ending Journey | Oct 28, 2013
  • KathmanduKathmandu is one of those cities that quite literally, takes your breath away. Every aspect of life,as well as death,is contained within this relatively small city. With 1.7 million people living here, it is by far the biggest concentration of Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Oct 27, 2013
  • Flight to KathmanduIn the sixties and seventies Kathmandu was a popular destination for the Hippies in search of free love and drugs (and not necessarily in that order). The overland trail led through Europe, Turkey, to India before ending at the drugs Posted by Mick G in Nepal | Oct 25, 2013
  • Last stop in PhillyMy final full day on my trip around the world had arrived :(. It was tempting to have a day of rest but instead I decided to get the train to Philadelphia to finally visit the US Mint. It was Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | Jun 10, 2013
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