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  • Itinerary Part I Ok - so I have it all worked out. It took months of planning and Internet research to figure out how I can get the most bang for my short time in Europe. I know 11 days [b]SOUNDS Posted by shayrony in Europe 2010 | May 1, 2010
  • Nick Sanders 2010 Pan-American Highway Expedition Panama The last time I spoke to the owners of the Hotel Santana, situated in the old town in Panama City, they were considering allowing pets into the hotel but as you can see from the photograph they have taken this Posted by panamaocs in Nick Sanders Pan-American Highway Panama | May 1, 2010
  • Westin LAXView from The Westin LAX Room 1173 Posted by PTTempe in Open Mind | Apr 24, 2010
  • Princess in the PodWhat better way to live like a portena than live spontaneously and book a weekend at an estancia. And not just any place, a castle. Castillo La Candelaria, an hour away from Buenos Aires. Saturday morning greeted us with a Posted by enoura in South America - I´m Here | Apr 13, 2010
  • Castle Hills & ParramattaCastle Hills We spent the first 2 weeks at The Hills Lodge in Castle Hills (this is another suberb of Sydney). This is also the place where I began to feel like a prisoner due to the fact that I Posted by David.SC in Sydney, Australia | Apr 12, 2010
  • MirafloresMiraflores We had planned on heading south but due to both of us recovering from a cold and not really having any interest in taking another overnight bus we decide to stay in Lima for a few more days. We moved Posted by sethnmon in Exploring with Transits and Treasures | Apr 10, 2010
  • Walking Map of Plaka Link for map of Plaka http://athinaguide.com/index.php?c=85 Mon Posted by mahixson in The Rusty Hinge Travel Blog - M. Hixson | Apr 9, 2010
  • Reservations in AthensThis is the first night of our visit. We will stay over to see the Acropolis. [img=https://photos.travelle Posted by mahixson in The Rusty Hinge Travel Blog - M. Hixson | Apr 8, 2010
  • Hyatt Waikiki 4/8/2010 Harry came by this morning and we had breakfast across the street at The Moana. Services are this evening. My family seems to be holding up as well as can be expected. Shopp Posted by PTTempe in Open Mind | Apr 8, 2010
  • Yosimite Bug[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/283831/p1100326n.jpg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/283831/thumb_p1100326n.j Posted by Smoky_Joe in USA - 2009 | Aug 28, 2009
  • LearningAn attempt at videos. and then pics. Hyatt Regency Waikiki. Posted by PTTempe in Open Mind | Mar 30, 2010
  • Accomplished.It is finished! The vague and undefined project that I have been working on for the past month has been completed! For those who don't know, I pieced together information that was scattered around the resort in an Posted by decuirrl in a long-winded carte postale | Mar 28, 2010
  • Cooped Up...makes you go crazy!!! Well it's not all that bad, I have watched a tonne of Flash Forward episodes (sooo addictive!). It all started yesterday after my nap when I decided to go explore our nearest supermarket and somehow attracted some Posted by serah in Across the Ditch | Mar 5, 2010
  • High in La PazLanding in La Paz is surreal. Everywhere you look there are little red brick houses hugging the rolling hills. The airport is appropriately named El Alto. It is seriously high up at 4000m. A taxi drove Posted by wthesenga in Pisco sours & potatoes | Mar 5, 2010
  • Gentlemen start your engines!!!!!!!!!!!!NASCAR in Vegas......John is like a little kid waiting for Christmas! We drove out to the LV Speedway (with a little help from GPS) today to pick up our tickets and John had to take a little walk around. Posted by Bada Bing in GRISWALD GOES TO ARIZONA AND LAS VEGAS | Feb 25, 2010
  • AucklandThursday 18.2 We met up with Kieran and he took us for a tour of the city and the environs; we walked along the popular surfing beaches outside the city and also through its national park - a scenic subtropical forest Posted by JShevlin in Kiwi Wonders | Feb 21, 2010
  • More on the Hotel IrmaThe redeeming qualities about this hotel are the view and the price for that view. Where it falls short for some people is in its amenities. Despite the incredible view, the rooms are still very basic. But Posted by KathyO in Zihuatanejo | Feb 15, 2010
  • Punta Uva - Roots, Bugs and Buddies - January 6, 2010http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/27/ http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/27/ Costa Rica Itinerary - November 15, 2009 http://webweaver.travellerspoint.com/28/ Afraid to Go - December 1, 2009 [url=http://webwea Posted by WebWeaver in BlueRoads, taking the back way home | Feb 9, 2010
  • Hong KongWe're staying in the Chungking Mansions. The notorious building that is a combination mall, sweatshop, apartment and hotel. There are about 60 different guest houses there- all very basic. The touts assault you before you even enter Posted by cuscotour in Travels through SE Asia | Feb 3, 2010
  • Gili Trawangan Having arrived on Gili Trawangan at the beginning of January after a flight, car and a speed boat transfer all organised by our hotel Tir Na Nog, we arrived a bit tired but ready to explore the island. Gili Trawangan is Posted by hapytravel in Gili Trawangan, Lombok, Indonesia | Jan 29, 2010
  • My RoomHere are some pictures of our room. I share a room with my friend Jordana. We technically have two separate rooms - there is a full wall and door between our rooms, but we never shut the door. The light Posted by rawrnold in gladly beyond | Jan 23, 2010
  • First daySo I got to Manchester around 10:35am UK time. The flights were cool because Iceland Air has touch screen TVs on the back of each seat so you can choose which movie, tv show, etc you wanted to watch. The Posted by ehkehfemal in I have no idea what I'm doing. | Jan 20, 2010
  • Hanging out in MelbourneSo, I've made it to Melbourne. It was pretty dicey there for a bit, but its been great seeing Ra again and having a good relax. Thanks :) Posted by Porco in My Trips | Jan 20, 2010
  • Food, glorious food.In 2009, a 47 year old Frenchman Alain "Spiderman" Robert, scaled the Petronas Twin Towers without using ropes or safety gear. He reached the pinnacle after 2 hours, unravelled a Malysian flag and waved to the crowd. He was arrested Posted by The Doctor in Dutch Microwave | Jan 14, 2010
  • To hire or not to hire...Disaster struck this morning. Phil went down to collect the hire car this morning, only to be told that they didn’t have the Estate that we had requested. Instead they offered a hatchback – not feasible with 2 kids, 4 Posted by Gezzem in Gezzem | Jan 14, 2010
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