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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
Submitted by bindero on 2007-01-25 02:48:36 (via
Genova – one of the most beautiful Italian cities, also known for its very delicious food. You know what idea came to me when reading this article? That I would like to stay somewhere in Genova, admiring the Alps, listening to the Italian music, eat Italian food and delight myself with a glass of great wine. Not bad tastes, no?
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Rabbit’s Laugh
Submitted by Amber on 2007-01-25 01:26:13 (via
What a funny introduction to Deutschland culture! To avoid being labeled as crazy and ending up to the police, then, when passing strangers, you must ”cease speaking immediately, and as you pass them in total silence, give them a long, hard stare.”
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Rail’s End
Submitted by cleo on 2007-01-19 05:09:03 (via
“Vous les vous couche’ avec moi?” might be one of the questions asked when traveling alone to France. This trip would make for a good romantic comedy subject. Unfortunately, ladies, the end is not what you’d hope it to be. Well, you can take it as: to be continued…   More...
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Sicily 2003
Submitted by roxy on 2007-01-19 00:58:58 (via
“The one thing you fear most while traveling is losing your passport, right?” – Well, this happened to the mother of this article’s author in the Rome airport in a trip to Sicily. I enjoyed a lot reading this; it is very nice and intriguing in the same time.
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Slains Castle
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-01-18 03:11:07 (via
The strong wind and the choppy sea, the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks and the screaming gulls, combined with the magnificent light of the late afternoon… This is Slains Castle. Anybody knows why is it called so?
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Traitor’s Gate
Submitted by Amber on 2007-01-17 02:26:54 (via
Oh, this is such a cool article. London from a very different perspective. Concise and to the point, fun to read, and challenging to think and reevaluate some things in life. Great job, John!
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Submitted by Adele on 2007-01-10 04:33:43 (via
I honestly liked this article. It has a note of sadness about it, but it also uses a very sophisticated style, which I truly value as a great talent on the part of the author. I must confess though, when in Venice, I have not taken the time to contemplate on its fate in connection with the history. I saw it more through romantic glasses…:o)   More...
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Land of Flamenco
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-29 03:19:21 (via
These guys arrived in Sevilla right during Feria de Abril, the biggest festival of the year: this is the time when people dressed up in layered dresses and black suits dance Flamenco till they drop. That is awesome in one sense, but where can you find a place to sleep…
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Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-29 03:02:11 (via
A climb to Gibraltar on a road hanging on the cliffs with breathtaking landscapes opening before your eyes, being accosted by a gay and an interesting piece of the historical-political controversy about the status of this big rock. Worth reading.
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Dancing Dolphins in the Streets of Budapest
Submitted by Amber on 2006-12-29 02:04:21 (via
Not old but very aged buildings, gravel parking lots, weeds between the cracks where there was pavement, faded signs missing letters – that’s Hungary. Although I think many things have changed by now. Also, see how lack of sleep affects your communication, how a full stomach makes things brighter plus other curious things about Budapest.   More...
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