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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Travelogues Mykonos
Submitted by Erhard on 2008-09-07 08:06:59 (via www.vivien-und-erhard.de)
Photos, information, impressions from our 10 trips to Mykonos
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Tour of Bavaria/city break Munich
Submitted by ManjaB on 2008-08-28 10:39:05 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
All the stereotypes apply: buckets of beer, lederhosen, "Gemuetlichkeit" the Bavarian way; but the landscapes are breathtaking, many towns and cities medieval and the past is visible everywhere   More...
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Le Canal du Midi: Go with the Flow in Southern France
Submitted by cmaingue on 2008-08-25 11:32:18 (via www.circatours.com)
In the 17th century, engineers built an amazing waterway in southern France called the Canal du Midi, now a World Heritage Site. The canal was designed as a shortcut for transporting goods through France from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. No longer used by commercial barges, it has become a peaceful haven for pleasure boats and barge-hotels.
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Northern Italy: From 2000 m to sea level: the Dolomites and Venice
Submitted by ManjaB on 2008-08-11 08:10:33 (via www.off-the-beaten-track.net)
The article describes both hiking in the Dolomites and visiting Venice vividly, underscoring the contrast between both destinations. A joy to read.   More...
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The Current State of Britain, of Pit Bulls and Garbage!
Submitted by ieuandolby on 2008-07-31 15:17:22 (via seamania.blogspot.com)
London holds fascination to any tourist, a jungle of things-to-do. Leicester holds less but rubbish from the first, Pit Bulls from the second combine to tell us that perhaps British society might be touching rock bottom!   More...
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Budapest, Hungary
Submitted by roxy on 2008-06-23 08:38:21 (via www.jenniandjoe.com)
Doesn't it feel so very pleasant to read an extensive account of somebody' travels, so that you don't only get practical tips and facts, but also a glimpse of the specific atmosphere of certain places? And although I have heard some claim that Budapest is boring, this article offers a totally different image of it.   More...
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Hah Nee's Trip to Madrid, May 24-27, 2006
Submitted by christine on 2008-06-13 08:39:56 (via hanneechong.com)
In traveling, as in anything else, it's the small things that matter. They enhance the charm of wandering and exploring places, in the meanwhile discovering peculiar aspects, like, for example, the impossibility of take-away paella. Madrid is stunning in terms of art, history and nightlife.
"I think I've just left my heart in Madrid." Lovely.   More...
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Marseilles & the Calanques
Submitted by Turtle Bunbury on 2008-04-30 03:27:15 (via www.turtlebunbury.com)
A sea voyage around the south of France brings to light foreign legions and the epic world of Marcel Pagnol.
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Royal Winks & Fairytales
Submitted by Turtle Bunbury on 2008-04-30 03:25:27 (via www.turtlebunbury.com)
A curious encounter with the Queen of Denmark while visiting the childhood home of Hans Christian Andersen.
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Buy A Vowel
Submitted by christine on 2008-03-31 09:37:49 (via www.thelongtriphome.com)
I admit I find it difficult at times to pronounce foreign names. But it turns out, not even their owners know their secret. Come think of it, the only way of discovering the truth is going back to your roots. This is what the author of the article did, in the meanwhile giving an insightful view of Poland. Enough suspense I guess...   More...
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