amazing tour http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=iPQI6Yupt48
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by Melanie Viaduc de Millau, France Le pont routier le plus haut du monde avec l’ensemble pile-pylône le plus haut au monde (P2 : 343 m) et les deux piles les plus hautes au monde (P2=245 m et P3=221 m). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millau_Viaduct Chateau cathare de Peyrepertuse, Aude, France http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C3%A2teau_de_Peyrepertuse
HaYarkon Park Tourist Israel.
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Nara, Japan & caprioarele orasului…Rock Garden, Banryutei, Japan…Fujiyama & sakura(ciresi ?nfloriti)
by Melanie Înca doua ore înaintea zborului SAS: Paris-Oslo. Ma plimb prin terminal, amuzându-ma sa privesc avioanele ce stau la coada ca sa decoleze, practic din minunt în minut, ca niste gratioase balerine-lebede… Ma îndrept spre “Starbucks”, unde-mi comand o cafea neagra:“un Nespresso, what else?!” Revin la poarta pentru Oslo, ma asez lânga o doamna, […]
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by Melanie Dintre toate orasele spaniole vizitate, pastrez o admiratie si-o afectiune deosebita pentru Valencia, muy bonita y preciosa por mi corazon… Am avut sansa de-a urmari la fatza locului cea mai mare sarbatoare populara spaniola:”Las Fallas de Valencia” sau zilele artei efemere, un must-see pentru orice turist interesat de cultura si civilizatia spaniola… […]
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Today began about 29 hours ago. With complete giddiness, kids and parents hitched a ride to the airport (thanks, Ginger!) on Thursday around 11 a.m. Our flight to Atlanta was perfect. Quick layover, no problem. Overnight to Prague – nobody slept. Actually, Mae and I got about 2 hours, but that was it. With a […]
Summer vacation is always so exciting, whether it's spent at the beach, the pool, or in the backyard. My summer certainly started off with a bang, though not the kind I would hope for. The fire threw a wrench in many of our summer plans. I swore we'd go to the beach at least 3 times, […]
I posted some photos from the Pest side of the Danube River in Budapest, and now here's some more from the Buda side! The first thing I saw when I crossed the river: it reads, "confidence in the ancient virtue," the royal slogan of Franz Josef I, head of the Austro-Hungarian Empire…. The narrow, uphill […]
I'm unable to credit the makers of much of the graffiti above, apart from the creator of the black & white creatures (the fish [tail only shown here], squirrel, hare & two birds suspended) – they're made by Belgian artist ROA, who has been covering the world with his darkly poignant menagerie, all beautifully rendered […]
In hindsight, we probably should have known better than to take gardening advice from our alcoholic neighbor. As you may recall, his English left a great deal to be desired, and our Spanish didn’t exactly qualify us for translating positions at the U.N. So what were we thinking? Not much, apparently. It happened like this. […]
Today is my last day in Okinawa. I'm beyond excited to be moving back home and starting our new adventure soon, but leaving a place, possibly forever, is always a little sad for me. I have a terrible habit of never appreciating a place until I'm about to leave it. So today I have my […]
A torn ticket stub. It's yellow and has a tear down the middle, stopping short of the only black text on there which says 'admit one'. At first glance, it seems indistinguishable from the rest of the seemingly random and yet useless paper products that seem to inhabit my room which have only been unearthed […]
Yehliu GeoPark (野柳地質公園) is a popular stop on the Taiwan tourist circuit. It's an interesting set of geological formations found in a small park about 20 minutes north of Keelung, Taiwan. Truth be told, the entire length of eastern Taiwan is an interesting set of geological formations, but here you can find them all in […]