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Here you will read some of the best, most captivating and humorous travel experiences, shared by your fellow travelers.
 
Elba to La Spezia, Italy
Submitted by pablo on 2007-05-21 05:12:20 (via www.cherba.com)
“The main attraction in Pisa is the Tower. It is reportedly one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is 14.9 feet out of plumb in a height of 186 feet. The baptistery is also out of plumb, but not so much as to be an attraction.” Well, is it the Pisa tower a wonder of the world; and second, were they all drunken building everything out of plumb?
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Salzburg to Venice
Submitted by pablo on 2007-05-21 04:29:58 (via www.christopher-chan.com)
“We were spoilt by the top conditions of the Austrian trains - clean, modern, well-equipped and spacious. From Innsbruck, we transferred to trains operated by the Italian railways and these trains were a complete opposite to the Austrian ones - dirty, old, poorly-equipped, cramped and smelly!” Welcome to see the other part of the awesome Italy!
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Out and about in Florence
Submitted by roxy on 2007-05-21 04:25:05 (via lloydi.com)
Florence is quite a compact city, and it is actually quite easy to walk around the whole city. Just watch out for the local emergency services that seem to buzz around the city quite frequently. Or at least, they make their presence known quite loudly. Oh, Italians, they know how to make themselves noticed…:)
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Turkey
Submitted by bindero on 2007-05-21 04:23:06 (via www.dougpile.com)
Istanbul's population is about twelve million and growing, due to immigration from its troubled neighbor countries. Half of these twelve million people are carpet salesmen. Well, I wonder if the second Turk that I meet in Istanbul would try to sell me a carpet, I would probably run away from this country.
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Bicycling Through Europe
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-21 04:17:02 (via www.lemonpage.de)
eaching the casino you get to the part of Monaco where you can even smell the money. There's the casino, a luxurious hotel, the cafe de Paris and some luxurious shops. But you've to be 21 years to be allowed to go in. If you are not yet 21 visit the parking lot of the casino, you will surely not be disappointed by the collection of cars.
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Bicycling Through Europe 1998
Submitted by lisa on 2007-05-21 04:12:39 (via www.autumnleafcafe.com)
The beautiful German landscape… under a dense curtain of rain and low gray clouds; no worry, not such a big deal for some experienced cyclists. The most important thing is to find a cozy place for lunch and pull over all the clothes that they have brought with them. It’s just a win-win situation – feel warm and ride with empty rucksacks.
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The Three Passes
Submitted by pablo on 2007-05-21 03:21:17 (via danny.oz.au)
“Most people do the Three Passes east to west, … we decided to do it west to east - though this also changes the walk from a 700m net descent to a 700m net ascent.” I am pro braking rules, and although it may cause some uncomfortable changes you may be proud that you’ve done things your own way (if anybody cares:)).
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Driving the Denali Highway
Submitted by cleo on 2007-05-18 09:44:45 (via www.icdc.com)
On the Denali Highway I had found the "real" Alaska: a place where nature is in full control. Mankind is but a footnote. Only the presence of the dusty, pebble-strewn highway stretching into the distance gives any hint that men had ever set foot on this remote landscape…Fresh air, blue skies, mountains in every direction and not a soul around.
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Drops in the Ocean
Submitted by kiwi on 2007-05-18 09:34:53 (via www.nhavers.8k.com)
Have you heard of the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden? Legend says that a white crocodile lives in the lake and that any female bathing in the magic waters will bear children… How can one know? Even if this doesn’t happen it is a exquisitely beautiful place to visit.
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Amman and the Dead Sea
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2007-05-18 07:46:59 (via www.oldworldwandering.com)
If you happen to travel to Middle East you will find a very interesting phenomena: Iraqis floating on the Dead Sea, chanting “Boosh, Boosh, We love George Boosh!”. Isn’t this hilarious? But they have a reason...
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