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  • Paris5 September Flying early to Paris was great as it gave us the rest of the day doing what Parisians do, live life without a care in the world. Delighted to be back on familiar soil with our turtle homes Posted by snchall in Europe Adventure 2007 | Sep 10, 2007
  • Touring Britain - Week 529 August The beauty of waking up in a bed and breakfast rather than the tent is that there is nothing to organise or prepare, just wander downstairs, say yes to a full cooked breakfast and gaze out the window at Posted by snchall in Europe Adventure 2007 | Sep 10, 2007
  • Touring Britain - Week 422 August Arriving before opening time at Calke Abbey (back in England) we stopped at a lookout nearby overlooking the resevoir where a number of farmhouses and a small bridge were submerged in the flooding back in the late 1800s. Posted by snchall in Europe Adventure 2007 | Sep 7, 2007
  • The beginning of the endWe made it to the promised land: Amsterdam. Now I know what you are thinking and you need to get your mind out of the gutter. You know what they say about Vegas and I think that applies here as Posted by reed.676 in Brad and Neal's Excellent Adventure | Aug 30, 2007
  • Well fed in HungaryWell as nice as Switzerland was and even though we met a bunch of great people there and it was really nice we had to leave eventually. I am sure it won't be too long before we are back though. Posted by reed.676 in Brad and Neal's Excellent Adventure | Aug 19, 2007
  • LondonArriving - 26 July 2007 While we were excited about our first flight in months we were even more thrilled to be arriving in London, and by London we mean the sheep paddock called Stansted Airport. The bus ride rocked Posted by snchall in Europe Adventure 2007 | Aug 9, 2007
  • The big appleVandaag 3 mogelijke hotels doorgemaild gekregen van Joker in Manhattan. De eerste avond in NY logeren we gewoon in het gateway hotel van Trek America. De volgende 2 nachten wordt het het Pennsylvania Hotel op 7th Avenue en Posted by Fredjen in Frederik and Freeks northern trail! | Aug 10, 2007
  • Neal gets a job; Brad goes to FlorenceWell actually its not a job (just in case anyone from customs and immigration is reading this). Neal is just helping out around the hostel we are staying at in Switzerland for a few days. He cleans the kitchen, does Posted by reed.676 in Brad and Neal's Excellent Adventure | Aug 10, 2007
  • Hotel Gomti in LucknowOne of the hazards of interviewing fresh candidates from highly reputed governemnt/controlled colleges is to stay in government run hotels. Typically there is an unwritten rule for these colleges and that is, to utilize state run establishments whether th Posted by nandanjha in Ghumakkar | Aug 7, 2007
  • Whoa... JetlagI love Thailand! Cheap, beautiful and so long as you can get past the issue of open sewers that really smell in the heat of the day, the place is amazing to walk around in. It was great to see Posted by D-F-2007 in The first month of living as Poms | Aug 4, 2007
  • Resort RelayMonday was the start of the resort and spa motherload. We moved from the site of Michelle's beach wedding, the Sofitel Central, to the Anantara ( which is more of a traditional Thai style resort. As a graduation pres Posted by AGN22 in In Search of Rainy Season | Aug 1, 2007
  • Terrace house livingWe are getting quite good at setting up houses now and have a taken a short lease on a terrace house in Norwich, about 3 hours north of London. We have been here for a couple of weeks already but Posted by dworgan in inspain | Aug 2, 2007
  • Not so NiceAnother journey, another train strike. We couldn't book the night train we wanted to Nice because there was a train strike in Italy so we had to book a train that took us on a slight detour through Switzerland. We Posted by lucysarah in Lucy and Sarah's Impossible Adventure | Jul 28, 2007
  • Time with FriendsZurich to Basel - 8 July We awoke today excited at the afternoon rendezvous with our good friends Andre and Therese in Basel. Our meeting point was at 4:30pm underneath the 15 metre tall mechanical 'hammering man', you can't miss Posted by snchall in Europe Adventure 2007 | Jul 19, 2007
  • AboutSee Posted by gje in Happy Hotelier | Jul 8, 2007
  • Hotel HelpThe Accommodation link here really came through for me when all the other online travel agencies couldn't. I heard there was to be a conference in Alexandria the nights I was to be there, and 2500 rooms would be Posted by miaforbes in Egypt 07 | Jun 19, 2007
  • Cairo HotelHi We have just returned to New Zealand from 5 weeks in Egypt and Jordan,backpacking and on public transport.If you need any suggestions contact us,we are oldies but we travel hard,cheap hotels buses etc. We stayed at the Crown Hotel Posted by Ross37 in Just Back From Egypt and Jordan | Jun 8, 2007
  • wrapping up an eventful first weekWritten by Erik As of tomorrow, we will have wrapped up a very eventful first week in Shanghai. After we landed, we wasted no time contacting old friends and employers whom we had only communicated with via email previously. We are Posted by Erik-Amara in Shanghai Times | Jun 2, 2007
  • 4 e jour au Tibet... Deja!Yohann raconte: Salut les poussinots et les poussinettes! Ca fait deja 3 jours complets ou presque que nous sommes a Lhasa... comme le temps passe vite! Ce matin (4e jour) je me suis leve de bonne heure 4h30 Posted by marieyo in Les aventures de Yo et Marie en Chine!! | Jun 2, 2007
  • I Say MouzayWe enjoyed another sumptuous breakfast prepared by Carl and Maria at the Bed & Breakfast and they very graciously gave us detailed directions from Le Petit Logis to our next destination; Loches ( (Lowsh) in the Posted by WorldQuest in World Quest | May 30, 2007
  • Da White City Massive innit!Hi everyone, big it up for our new dig in White City! We finally found a place to call home. After looking at countless Posted by StephenJen in Stephen & Jen | May 23, 2007
  • London CallingOk, as promised, here is my blog. My first few days in Europe have been good, though the weather is currently crap. I arrived at London Gatwick about 9:30 AM on Thursday, after a fairly uneventful flight. Posted by sicilia in Summer Adventure 2007 | May 27, 2007
  • Do You Know The Way to Giverny?Sitting in the parking lot of Versailles, we got out our road map of France and plotted our route to Giverny, where we would be spending Friday and Saturday nights at the Le Petit Logis Bed & Breakfast ( and vis Posted by WorldQuest in World Quest | May 26, 2007
  • A home at lastWell we found a way through all the red tape and are now locals in Barcelona renting an apartment. It is pretty swish … on the surface. We have a fantastic view from our balcony, living room and bedroom of Posted by dworgan in inspain | Apr 15, 2007
  • House HuntingI knew it wouldn´t be easy but I had forgotten how the Spanish love red tape and beauracracy. We have been looking for a flat ior ´piso´ on the internet for about a week and our spanish friends have made a Posted by dworgan in inspain | Apr 12, 2007
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