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We Invade a Stranger's Home in Juneau
Submitted by cleo on 2006-12-22 02:51:51 (via www.ericandjoan.com)
Are all Alaskans like this - I was impressed with the simplicity, openness and hospitality of this man. Have you ever hosted strangers, without even being home? And what experience can be described as fantastically scary? :O}Maybe... canoeing in Alasca.
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India Rats
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-22 01:46:42 (via dougs-travels.com)
What is worse: a rat or its fleas? I didn’t know rats have fleas that bite people. But they are all part of India’s ecolife;o) Read this story. It’s funny, but don’t let it spoil your desire to visit India. This kind of stuff can be avoided. I think;|
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Jerusalem
Submitted by kiwi on 2006-12-22 01:31:13 (via www.edwebproject.org)
An embarrassing moment at the hotel, visiting of King David’s tomb, Mary’s Grotto, climbing to the Old City and walking down the Via Dolorosa, shops and markets, and the delicious Jewish food. It’s one of those articles that when reading one can easily imagine walking along to every place it describes.   More...
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Luxembourg
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-22 01:13:05 (via www.sauntering.com)
Click and select from the list, Luxembourg – the smallest and cleanest country, with the highest household income and great architecture. The only city can be seen in a day, while the country in two-three days. Since long ago, I was curious about it - I could not understand how this can be so small?   More...
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Lost in Athens
Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-21 04:24:27 (via www.cockeyed.com)
See what can happen when walking through an under construction area in Athens around midnight and how you can get elegantly white shoes for free:O) Fun to read and I’m sure by this time, Athens looks much different.
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Drive Right on the Left
Submitted by Laurentzi on 2006-12-21 04:15:18 (via softadventure.net)
Ha-ha-ha! Hilarious! If you plan to visit England and rent a car, the experience will be unforgettable ;o) Read this detailed account of how to do it, advise for the back-sitters and what to keep saying when driving – something like "left side, left side!” This is the tune you’ve got to continue playing.   More...
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Vilnius, Lithuania
Submitted by christine on 2006-12-21 02:53:25 (via www.bootsnall.com)
How much I knew about Vilnius? Not a lot. I sure didn’t know it’s the place to see the latest Mercedes Benz overtake a Zil truck up a paved street past a 40 year old trolleybus; or that its best pub it’s called The Pub; or that it’s got an imposing KGB museum. So this article is very informative, check it out; take it as a cultural experience.   More...
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Stockholm Day 1- A nightmare come true!!
Submitted by lisa on 2006-12-21 01:39:00 (via www.hostelbloggers.com)
Ok, here’s an article that scared the crap out of me! I got some good stories of my own about airports/flights, but missing an airplane which is about to take off having my luggage loaded is waaay tragic. What a pity, everyone was very enthusiastic about the trip in the 1st place. Wanna see the moral of the story? Go for it – I adhere to it:).   More...
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Christmas Day, cold London without public transport
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-21 01:37:06 (via www.havetravelfun.com)
Sure, London is an awesome place for spending Christmas. That’s what everybody hears. Now, picture this: London’s streets almost empty, no busses, no subway, nothing open – no shops, no restaurants – zilch. The only pub working was eager to serve 2 cups of coffee, a croissant and a sandwich cheese for a fortune. Happy Holidays!   More...
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Things you MUST do in Belgium
Submitted by roxy on 2006-12-21 01:35:27 (via www.theworldly.org)
Great piece you should’t miss, even if you’re not going to Belgium soon. As the title suggests, it talks about things you MUST do in this country: taste the handmade chocolate and the waffles, visit the Grand’Place, meet the peeing boy, and get a piece of Belgian lace. Now you can say you’ve been there. But first, you MUST read this article.   More...
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