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Hello, Derek & I would like to welcome you on this adventure as we visit a few places around the world & see many friends. We have decided to take advantage of our move from California to Australia to enjoy the long route & share with you a few ...
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A Travel Blog entry by carriejustin from 4th Anniversary, United Kingdom
We decided to head for the highlands of Scotland for our 4th anniversary. We stayed in a very nice B&B in Drumnadrochit called The Woodlands B&B. The couple that ran it were so very kind and the full Scottish breakfast ...
A Travel Blog entry by pinesh from Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
4th Day in Leh - Plans go awry. I woke up at ten minutes to five. The weather from yesterday evening had turned bad. It was raining. There were a few thunder noises and lightening in the middle of the night. Went to my balcony to check what ...
A Travel Blog entry by addicted2travel from Gatwick, United Kingdom
... of the kids in their seats to concentrate, especially once they finished the postcard, but we still survived! On Friday, my 4th of July Independence Day turned out very well. A number of people knew I was excited about the upcoming American ...
A Travel Blog entry by cali from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... we experienced over the course of the weekend. We definitely had some laughs, some blisters and some aggression toward individuals, haha. 3. On July 4th itself, we walked at least 15 miles. No joke. That was pretty wild. Talk about taking DC by storm. 2. ...
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This is the place to be in Alaska. Seward on the 4th of July. The small town of 3,000 swells to 40,000 today. Since the city will be jam packed today, we take the shuttle from the campground to town which is around 6 miles away. Again, we get a little ...
A Travel Blog entry by pdchapla from Zakopane, Southern Poland, Poland
... of expecting them to walk out in the meadow in front of you and start singing, it was that beautiful. For dinner on July 4th, our Fulbright group was treated to a special dinner and an evening of Zakopane customs. I have posted many photos and a video ...
A Travel Blog entry by mollyandmikeuk from Bristol, England, United Kingdom
... expanded to smaller towns all across England. We had the fortunate coincidence of attending our first ever Proms concert on July 4th! Our local Proms event, The Proms on the Close, happened to be right in our neighborhood on the grounds of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by missmizon from Yellow Spring, West Virginia, United States
... in about 20 seconds! Later in the day we had a parade with each unit dressing up as an essential 4Th of July item, including stars and the Boston Tea Party! This was followed up by fireworks in the evening, although it being ...
A Travel Blog entry by andrewandbecci from Petersburg, Alaska, United States
... at 4:00am as much as we love wild life its not fun being woken up by loud squawks. Were both pretty excited today to be spending 4th of July in an American state and also to be spending it with new friends. We got up and chatted to Ron over breakfast on ...
A Travel Blog entry by mattlee18 from Hollywood, California, United States
... back and said the club was closed! I'm still not sure what happened to the other bus load of people who dropped off at various locations all over LA to watch fireworks. I can only fear the worst. Happy 4th of July everyone. God Bless America. ...
A Travel Blog entry by sojanet from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... to go out to the Georgetown area. I slept and woke up with my eyes glued shut. They were not better... but it's 4th of July! The Independence Day! I met up with my brother and his friends who were in town for 4th of July. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by tonymont from Yangshuo, Guangxi Zhuang, China
... , not sure, maybe too much vodka. So, me, Joe, and our newly aquired American friend went downtown to continue celebrating the 4th. At one point, I looked up and Joe was standing on a stool, had our friend that owns the bar turn off the music, ...
A Travel Blog entry by rusert from Ica, Peru
... if I didnīt understand the joke. No parades, no hot grills, no lakes, frisbees, or fireworks, but I had a wonderful 4th of July celebrations. Why? Because I was with my wonderful Peruvian family and my dear cousin Cheridyn. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by lmkuehnl from Misawa Air Base, Aomori, Japan
What a great day celebrating the 4th of July! The day began with a 5K & 10K "Fun" Run that attracted well over 100 participants. I was "ok" with my time (60 minutes for 10K) - not my fastest, but ...
A Travel Blog entry by jess_c from Beijing, China
... says Chinese people are one big family that always sticks together. Too bad most of them are mean to Chinese-Americans! The day after 4th of July was really clear but a little cloudy. It was nice to finally have a day with no pollution. We saw ...
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