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A Travel Blog by linds_and_ryan
... deliberation (first about which continent, and then about which countries, and then about where to start), we finally settled on the Southern Cone as our honeymoon destination. Both Lindsay and I had spent quite a bit of time in Central America and in ...
Across the southern oceans and to the peaks of the Andes, herein lie the fantastic tales of one man gone mad....mad with wanderlust...
A Travel Blog by srossb1971
... checking out my travelogue. This page has been set up for anyone who wants to keep an eye on my progress at the southern reaches of the earth. I hope that my pictures and progress reports are entertaining (provided I am able to upload them from the high ...
A Travel Blog by jcontheroad
This blog is covering a trip that takes in France to Russia, Turkey and more countries that I care to think about...I'm planning on updating this on a daily basis, depends on how interesting my day has been combined with how much I want a beer that ...
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A Travel Blog entry by roro from Lake district, Chile AND Argentina, Chile
... my rucksack that evening and didnīt think about them again til we reached minus three temperatures in Bariloche, south of Argentine lake district, where I exchanged cheerful red for savvy black. Roll on one hour and I canīt feel my fingers. I take a ...
A Travel Blog entry by carrhaughan from Puerto Varas, Lake District, Chile
... where cake – kuchen – is served). Indeed, there’s a strong German feel to this whole part of the Lake District. We walk back along the lake shore and encounter the museum of Pablo Fierro – we feel a bit ignorant, as the place is ...
A Travel Blog entry by damnfunkin from Ambleside, United Kingdom
... monotonous. Thankfully, the wow factor returned after we crossed back into England and headed west in the Cumbria, the lake district. We drove between beautiful hills dropping into the many lakes that give the area its highly unoriginal, yet apt name ...
A Travel Blog entry by culturalpaths from Georgetown Historic District, South Carolina, United States
... live in Georgetown during the winter months without snow. Besides snack shops Georgetown has many small restaurants that specialize in Southern cooking . Being a coastal community you can be assured that the menus will include fresh crab, shrimp and ...
A Travel Blog entry by smonty1 from Puerto Varas, Lake District, Chile
... across the world. After all, in Seattle we get a lot of our winter produce from Chile. Once I left the agricultural district, I was in a slightly more familiar atmosphere, with vast coniferous forests, which reminded me oh so much of home. It was ...
A Travel Blog entry by natecropp from Pucon, Chile
... . The lake district looks as if Upstate New York and Alaska had a love child and sent it to boarding school in the Southern Hemisphere. The trees are every shade of brilliant that you can describe and the mountains jut straight out of the ground. In ...
A Travel Blog entry by jeffdavis152 from Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland
... or so to the Jewish district. At its conception, the Jewish district was actually a separate city called Kazimierz. The district still goes by this name, but is now considered part of Krakow. Many Eastern European cities had Jewish districts, ...
A Travel Blog entry by candcthai from Pucon, Lake District, Chile
... It is located on the southern shores of Lake Villarrica, one of the first links of a long chain of lakes in southern Chile. Villarrica volcano is one of the ten most active volcanos in the world, which has smoke permanently ...
A Travel Blog entry by choleness from Buenos Aires, Argentina
... have loved today. I started off from Plaza de Mayo (city center) and headed south. I wandered around some of the southern barrios, stopping at cathedrals and museums. I saw El Museo De La Ciudad....which was a very idiosyncratic museum with ...
A Travel Blog entry by nealandjune from PUERTO MONTT, Chile
... during our stay which were also very picturesque. We decided we were going to head to Bariloche in the Argentinian Lake District. We bought our tickets at the Puerto Montt bus terminal and left there on Valentines day arriving in Bariloche some seven ...
A Travel Blog entry by dagstar from Puerto Montt, Chile
From Puerto Natales (Torres del Paine), we quickly bused it down to Punta Arena, the southern most city in Chile, and took an internal flight up north to Puerto Montt, which is at the base of the Lake District. The Lake District is considered one of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by eoinshirl from Puerto Montt, Lake District, Chile
... and is especially noted for its similar appearance to Mount Fuji in Japan. Orsono is one of the most active volcanoes of the Southern Chilean Andes and has experienced 11 recorded eruptions between 1575 and 1869. The upper slopes of the volcano are almost ...
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Krakow, Southern Poland, Poland2302 reviews
Sizable Jewish population of Krakow moved to this district at the end of the fifteenth century, which served as the main cultural center of the Polish Jewry for centuries.