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  • Venezia, The Floating CityWhere did we stay? [[https://www.tripadvisor.co.za/Hotel_Review-g194822-d502104-Reviews-Hotel_Venezia-Mestre_Veneto.html|Hotel Venezia]] The City of Water is old and beautiful. Walking down the narrow alleys and over the hundreds of bridges, 400 Posted by Anja Fourie in Exploradoranja | Apr 3, 2015
  • ShanghaiAfter the slop that was Chongqing and the disappointment of the Yangtze (from Brad's supine perspective), it was a bloody relief to arrive at our final city on our China adventure...Shanghai! We were warmly greeted by Uncle Phil and Pen Posted by 2 Idiots Abroad in 2 Idiots Abroad | Jul 5, 2015
  • Hutongs of Beijing and Lama Temple We'd gone into hibernation mode, killing time in the morning in the misguided hope that it would warm up, although it never did. We also had an unhealthy addiction to the Logos game/app that Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Apr 12, 2015
  • To The Little ShadowsA fierce heart and a stunning mind with a laugh that sounds like all of the good things this world has to offer, Beth Barrie is the kind of woman you want on your team. She leads with a passion Posted by mirandabarrie in To Sail, Not Drift | Oct 7, 2014
  • Salisbury & StonehengeI was staying at Bournemouth so I had to travel to see the Stonehenge! I decided to travel by myself so I booked a tour online, packed my bags and was ready for witnessing my dream place! The mini bus Posted by AkshayBhagat in Travel Diaries | Sep 30, 2014
  • Menara - Kuala Lumpur Tower==Menara - Kuala Lumpur Tower== On day 2, returning from the Batu caves, we proceeded straight to the Kuala Lumpur tower, locally known as Menara. This is a radio/TV tower constructed in the mid nineties, rising 421 metres from the ground Posted by arunbaliga in Our Bucket List | Sep 14, 2014
  • LondonIn order to rest a bit from yesterday, I treated myself with some extra hours of sleep. At around 10 AM, I left the apartment and headed to the Jubilee Gardens by the London Eye. I went t Posted by Alienstravels in Alien's travels | Jul 10, 2014
  • LondonI woke up early at 7:30 AM to make the most of the day and optimize the London Pass. I started by going to the Monument station via London Bridge station. The Monument, which is a commemoration of the Great Posted by Alienstravels in Alien's travels | Jul 9, 2014
  • A True Lotus Does not Wilt in the Heat Kaohsiung, Taiwan's "second city" I had decided to base myself for a few days in Kaohsiung, Taiwan's second city, for a number of reasons. There are a handful o Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jun 20, 2014
  • The Eiffel TowerWe were up at 7.30 after a few hours sleep. We walked to our nearest Metro station and are amazed that there is a train about every 3 minutes. All the locals RUN RUN RUN to catch the Posted by kez64 in Europe 2014 | Jun 11, 2014
  • Exile in ParisFor the last 23 years U.S. psychiatrists have been drugging the film maker, Carl Sanchez-Medina, claiming that Mr. Sanchez is very "ill" very "delusional." Over 100 psychiatrists and therapists have been insisting that Mr. Sanchez ha been"homeless," "slee Posted by Carl Sanchez in Paul Reveere Blog | Jul 30, 2013
  • Paris and all of its wonderI woke up really early because the ticket I purchased for paris was at 9am. I didn't want to miss it so I woke up at 7 to start my walk to the train station.  I got to the station Posted by egarciafreites in Enrique and his eurotrip | Jun 7, 2014
  • Impressions of ImpressionistsAfter sleeping in a bit I used the rest of the morning to do some laundry. It was expensive, but nice to have a new load of clean clothes to wear. After that, I went to Sacre Couer Basilica Posted by Traveling Tiff in Happiness is the Journey | Jun 3, 2014
  • Goodybe England, Bonjour Paris~Saying goodbye to England and my gracious host was not easy. The last two weeks have been wonderful and relaxing, and I couldn't have asked for better company. But, it was time to leave the island. I got up early, Posted by Traveling Tiff in Happiness is the Journey | Jun 3, 2014
  • Two Days in Sanjiang Dong Village, GuangxiLocated in the cross sections of Guangxi, Hunan and Guizhou provinces, Sanjiang county is home to Dong ethnic minority. There Dong people’s villages are particularly famous for their ‘Wind and Rain’ bridges, Drum Towers, stockade stilted wooden building Posted by JosieH in Josie's Blog | May 28, 2014
  • [Korea] Namsan TowerBuild atop Namsan Mountain, Seoul Tower, or commonly known as Namsan Tower, offers scenic views of Seoul. Traveling from the cable car station to Tower plaza is just a set of stairways but you get to see beautiful sceneries with Posted by jac88 in Lost In Travel | May 25, 2014
  • Day 4 - Royal Artillery Museum & The Tower Of LondonRoyal Artillery Museum, Woolwich Quoted from the web site: [i]Firepower, the Royal Artillery Museum in Woolwich tells the powerful and dramatic story of artillery, scientific discoveries made through warfare and human stories of courage and e Posted by AlastairPorritt in Uk Trip May 2014 | May 8, 2014
  • Florence and friendske up late this morning and I had a train to catch. I also slept in and had to pay the fine for not checking out on time but made it barely. I went into the bar and ordered the Posted by egarciafreites in Enrique and his eurotrip | May 8, 2014
  • Train rides and pub crawls part 2The first pub we went to was called The Crash. A very metal genre pub with a dark mysticism about it. The bartender was once just a bar back and had just bought the bar from the owner that night. Posted by egarciafreites in Enrique and his eurotrip | Apr 30, 2014
  • Corbiere to Portelet - Sunday Stroll #3This walk will provide you with the most stunning views you have ever seen in Jersey. A combination of cliffs, headland and unspoiled beaches that will make your heart stop. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/642334/IMG_2072.jpg thumb=https://ph Posted by Adoni Mosquera in Walking - A Way of Discovering | Mar 31, 2014
  • Portelet Nature Reserve and CommonHaving my toes cooled down by the sea after a long walk has always given me an indescribable feeling. As I have been putting my body through its pace this week, I wanted it to be relaxed so the ideas Posted by Adoni Mosquera in Walking - A Way of Discovering | Mar 5, 2014
  • My First Winter in London Hi Friends..... Starting a new blog on London. Never thought that I will experience the festive spirit in London. It's winter in London and Christmas welcomes you all. This one is sp Posted by MaddyinLondon in First Time in London | Dec 11, 2013
  • GuangzhouDad's "home" city was a 25 min train ride (Traveling at speeds up to 290km/hr.) from Shenzhen. We arrived in the suburb Dad lives, a tree lined street without much traffic, but plenty of interesting sights and interesting food to Posted by joachim_d in Unemployed and Homeless | Dec 5, 2013
  • Backpacking Toronto to Montreal. First time in Canda[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwFT89wZ90s|Canada Backpacking Video]] This is my second backpacking adventure to Toronto, Niagara Falls, Ottawa, and Montreal and my long desired first time to Canada. At first glance, this Canada trip seems like l Posted by JerseyBoy88 in A. Perez Voyages | Nov 15, 2013
  • Discovering ObanAnother slow paced day today - there was not enough interest in a boat ride, so they weren't running any today and the weather wasn't forecast to be too good tomorrow, so they weren't running any tomorrow either, so foot Posted by debsonthemove in The Barron's big adventure | Oct 8, 2013
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