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  • Budapest: Part TwoGreetings! To round out our visit to Budapest we visited, St. Stephen's Basilica (and opted to do the panoramic view of the city), the State Opera House, and Matthias Church. There is so much to do in Budapest. We had Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 15, 2020
  • Žive naj vsi narodi I woke up on Saturday the 2nd of November with my raging cold turning even worse. At least the pharmacy was open that day. So I got up, washed and shaved and dressed, and walked to the nearby pharmacy. The Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Feb 6, 2020
  • Music and marketsUnusually for me I slept in this morning so was a little late meeting up for breakfast with Sonja. But we had plenty of time as we weren’t due to meet the rest of the group at the station until Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Jan 8, 2020
  • NurembergGreetings! Our next adventure took us to Nuremberg, Germany. Germany was high on our list of places to visit and we decided on Nuremberg not only for the history of the city, but we were told Nuremberg had one of Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Dec 22, 2019
  • Romania Part 1Greetings! Our next adventure took us to Bucharest, Romania! Like Vilnius, Bucharest was not originally on our must visit list, but again, we had heard from several colleagues who really enjoyed Romania. Bucharest is in southeastern Romania and is the Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Nov 23, 2019
  • Wat Chalong or Wat Chaiyathararam - PhuketMy first visit to Wat Chalong as a visitor, also known as Wat Chaiyathararam. Of the many temples found on Phuket island, the Wat Chalong temple is the largest and most revered. The temple complex was built in its current Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Nov 18, 2019
  • #3 : Villainy and Bad Company==Where am I heading when I sleep?== The hows and whys of any given situation never cease to fascinate me. How can an action, so simple and plain, combined with a plethora of settings of every kind and shapes, bloom a Posted by KrimFiction in Krim's Fictions | Oct 31, 2019
  • October 22 Port Douglas, Australia October 22 Port Douglas, Australia The ship was anchored off shore in rocky seas. We waited almost an hour to board the tender because of the rough sea. The weather was hot and humid, the skies overcast and we had a Posted by carolonthego in Australia 2019 | Oct 24, 2019
  • Cooler in Cappadocia After last night's storm we had started to become a little paranoid. As we were flying into Kayseri airport, Chris asked if that was lightning he had seen outside. It was just the lights on the wing Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Sep 29, 2019
  • View from Lunch & Gruyere Cheese SiteI've been enjoying sharing the views of when I have lunch someplace special. I really like Rosti - which is basically fried 'hash browns' with something else.. for me it was bacon, onion and an egg on top Posted by sstalpo in Alps Bucket Trip | Sep 20, 2019
  • Geraja Ayam The Chicken ChurchDuring my recent trip to Indonesia I visited the Geraja Ayum or chicken Church and it’s not hard to see how it got it’s name! Trust me the walk up there was a challenge and my usual travel friend was not Posted by TheJohnsons in Indonesia | Sep 4, 2019
  • A Visit to the Vatican Our next holiday this year was to Rome, my second time in the city after having [[|previously visited]] after New Year in 2015. This time however it would be much h Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 17, 2019
  • Maui and Kaua’i Day 9: I SpyWe started our day by going to mass at St. Raphael’s with Daniel’s grandma. St. Raphael’s is the oldest Catholic church on Kaua’i, but both times we’ve been there we’ve gone to mass in the new church building. It was Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Aug 5, 2019
  • #2 : Pilgrimage Starboard==Dreams within a dream== My hometown of Rouyn-Noranda is situated on the western verge of the province of Quebec, in Canada. It is a small city of 43k citizens built alongside the Osisko Lake, where rich deposits of copper were discovered Posted by KrimFiction in Krim's Fictions | Jul 31, 2019
  • Castles & Towers After a busy day in Belarus, and with a flight home in the evening, we had the day to explore Vilnius properly, as well as the local area. One place I had missed on my first visit Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jul 1, 2019
  • Dublin - Day 1Since we got into Dublin a little ahead of schedule, we decided to drop our bags off at our Airbnb and take advantage of the extra time. The first stop on our tour of Dublin, we decided to go to Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | May 29, 2019
  • Tam Thanh Mural Village April 2019 I stayed in Danang and had heard about this wonderful Art decorated Village with it's famous murals. One of several Art villages to be seen in Vietnam. I nearly didn't get here because it is about an hours Posted by TheJohnsons in Vietnam | May 13, 2019
  • To Mass in Mar Lodj[center] Sunrise at Souimanga Lodge[/center] Our second morning at Souimanga Lodge, and again we awoke to a beautiful sunrise over the lagoon. [img=https://phot Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Feb 7, 2016
  • Làng Bích họa Đà Nẵng Da Nang Fresco VillageI have just come back from Danang in Vietnam this April 2019, One of the things I look for as a photographer is the unusual and artistic areas of anywhere I am visiting. Here in the heart of Danang is Posted by TheJohnsons in Vietnam | Apr 24, 2019
  • Touchdown in CairoWe landed in Cairo in the early afternoon, so we got to our transport to the hotel where we would stay. It was called hotel Happy Cairo. Location was perfect, the rooms unfortunately were a little old and weathered, and Posted by Astreia in Around the world Travels | Apr 19, 2019
  • SlovakiaSlovakia was an interesting and fun experience. I quite honestly didn't have this country on my initial "places to visit list" and I can't really say any of Eastern Europe was on my list, but Slovakia changed my mind. And Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 25, 2019
  • Britain’s maritime legacy[center] View over Greenwich and beyond[/center] When people ask on forums where they might go on a day trip within easy reach of central London I oft Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Feb 4, 2019
  • Snow in the desert?===White Sands National Monument=== [center] Early morning shadows on the White Sands[/center] It was the White Sands in part at least that brought us to New Mexico, and they Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 7, 2011
  • Arty Santa Fe[center] Autumn colour, Cathedral Park [/center] ===Where the locals go=== [float=right][img= Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 30, 2011
  • A place prepared We took advantage of the breakfast included in our room rate at the Grants Best Western, where the buffet was more extensive than in some other places we stayed on this trip, with reasonable eggs and Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Sep 26, 2011

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