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A Travel Blog entry by mikelbt from Melbourne, Australia
... . With a full water bottle and camera around my neck I set out to tour a part of the Capital City Trail, a 32km loop around Melbourne taking in some of Melbourne's famous landmarks. Some of the highlights include the Docklands, Telstra ...
A Travel Blog entry by thedidgeridude from Delhi, India
... little easier. It's nice to have a safe haven amongst all the chaos. This has helped our Delhi experience and we leave the capital city in high spirits to continue our journey further north. We have also just booked our flights to Thailand for May, so ...
A Travel Blog entry by allisonakemi from Panama City, Panama
... fast facts: Official Name: Republic of Panama Panama is 78,200 square km (slightly smaller than South Carolina) Capital City: Panama City Population 3.2 million Money: The Balboa (aka the US Dollar!) Famous for: Panama Canal and ...
A Travel Blog entry by carlyandbryn1 from New York City, New York, United States
... . As we came out the underground we could see it all lit up bright white, which was impressive and a nice welcome to the capital city! Mark lived in an amazing apartment complex .. We had to sign in with a concierge and everything, ha. His place was quite ...
A Travel Blog entry by annamund from Panama City, Panama
... on the comfortable bed. We thought what a great recommendation from Jimmy, all this for $15 USD a night, great location in the capital city and cable TV too! I flicked on the TV as I find that watching English programmes with subtitles is a great way ...
A Travel Blog entry by jollyjetsetter from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
... city life, which to a certain extent, would make Hanoi seem like a village, were it not for the elements which keep the capital city buzzing. The choice of hotel for the stay in HCMC was the centrally-located Tan My Dinh hotel, which scored maximum points ...
A Travel Blog entry by markhaines from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
... been involved in a scam...the steps are something as follows: - 2 ladies befriend him (one of their sisters is studying in his capital city) - arranges to meet them the next day to go sight seeing - next day goes to their house and meet their brother who ...
A Travel Blog entry by srossb1971 from Thimphu, Bhutan
... tightly between 2 mountainslopes and a nustled up against a river that ran down the centre of the valley. This was the capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu. A city of about 100,000 people, but overflowing on this weekend as this was the coronation ...
A Travel Blog entry by jeffsadventures from Vientiane, Khoučng Viangchan, Lao Peoples Dem Rep
Yaaaawn!... Vientiane has to be the most relaxed capital city of any country on the planet. Traffic is light, there's not much to see or do, and the evening curfew closes everything at 11pm except for one night club in one of the hotels. We ...
A Travel Blog entry by scoonpooh from Traverse City, Michigan, United States
... bike up downtown and walked the main strip. Very nice place with mostly unique shops in 100 year old buildings. TC is called the Cherry Capital so there were a few cherry shops of which I checked out a few and found some things I wanted to buy. They had a ...
A Travel Blog entry by goodner from Crescent City, California, United States
... other’s sleep at least once. Ah, the fun of togetherness! Caroline +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Crescent City must be the Redwood capital of the world, so we just had to go check out these gentle ...
A Travel Blog entry by jimcabay from Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
... the north and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to the southeast. Parliament Hill – Quebecois refer to Quebec City as the National capital and Ottawa as Canada’s capital. The people in France refer to Quebec City as the capital ...
A Travel Blog entry by whereshallwego from Bogota Capital District, Colombia
... across the city with Ivan and his cousins son Pepe. First we went to the dentist, Yep....an unusual stop on the tourist trail but our guide had an appointment Next stop this crazy huge mall. In my past employed life this would have been my ...
A Travel Blog entry by jrm110675 from Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, Argentina
... Mini, just over the border in Argentina, named after Ignacio de Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit movement. The Jesuit trail continued further south in Cordoba, where they founded the oldest university in Argentina. Another extraordinary place in the city ...
A Travel Blog entry by robnick from New York, New York, United States
NICK - Our final destination before arriving in the Big Apple was Philadelphia, once capital of the country until Washington took over. Nice place it is, too. It's home to the Liberty Bell and all sorts of other historic stuff including plenty of ...
A Travel Blog entry by julia.e from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
... . Hope the clothes fit me when I get home. From HoiAn, we took the 18hr sleeper train to Vietnam's capital, HoChiMinh City. Formerly known as Saigon, it was renamed thus when the north and south were finally unified in 1975, although many ...
A Travel Blog entry by camille from Buenos Aires, Argentina
... know. I didn't see any sights, but I figure I'll probably go back one day with my Mum, so then I'll do the tourist trail. Things I Learned * The Pentax in Pink is very sick and requires lots of time and money to be well again. She will be able to ...
A Travel Blog entry by danstravelworld from Buenos Aires, Argentina
... Carlos Gardel, taking in all the sights around town, various palaces and so on. Too much to list, just crammed the tourist trail into 3 days. Definitely a place you could work and live, with the quality of wine, friendliness and red meat being the best ...
A Travel Blog entry by neilandamy from Buenos Aires, Argentina
... Boca....the very dodgy part of town. It is written everywhere that its dangerous and you shouldnt wander round alone...or off the tourist trail...but us being us....we set off walking! It didnt seem to bad...not the nicest area...but ok...bit smelly to be ...
A Travel Blog entry by jose from Cusco, La Paz, Rio de Janiero, Buenos Aires, Peru
... just chocker-blocked with buildings and people and cars, surrounded by huge snow-capped mountains. It is impossible to describe how the highest capital city in the world looks on first sight, but believe me, it takes your breath away. We spent a few days ...
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