Welcome to the October 20, 2010 edition of the Carnival of Cities blog carnival, where we tour the world in a single blog post. This is a fun way to find new voices and it can also help with link building and SEO.
Submissions are due by noon CST on Tuesday, November 2. Submit to the Carnival using this form – a recent post about any aspect of ONE, single city (or a fair-sized town.)
If you’d like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog (December 1, 15 and 29 are open) please contact me at Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com. Thanks!
Off we go….
Cities in Europe
Novi Sad, Serbia Emm presents Novi Sad: Liberty Square and Town Centre posted at Emm in London, saying, “Once you have visited Novi Sad, Serbia, you will see why it is so easy to fall in love with this beautiful city.”
Paris, France Mary Jo Manzanares presents Paris Pantheon: Finding Where the Bodies Are Buried posted at Traveling with MJ, saying, “History, art, and dead bodies. . . all can be found at the Paris Pantheon.”
Lausanne, Switzerland JoAnna presents The Olympic Museum | Lausanne, Switzerland posted at Kaleidoscopic Wandering, saying, “I’m a huge fan of the Olympics, so I was smitten to discover the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was sort of like the Hard Rock Cafe of athletics, only way classier. The collection of equipment and memorabilia is worth a visit in and of itself.”
Rotterdam, the Netherlands Arwa Lokhandwala presents Museums in Rotterdam posted at NileGuide Rotterdam, saying, “A 2 day travel guide focusing on a selection of the most interesting museums in Rotterdam depicting the city’s cultural and naval heritage.”
Cities in the Americas
New York, New York USA Jennifer Miner presents Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Route in New York City posted at The Vacation Gals, saying, “Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC is iconic to the holiday. Families with young children may be anxious about the crowds, though; here are some tips regarding the Thanksgiving Day Parade route from a former New Yorker.”
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada sheila gallant-halloran presents Fall Rhapsody in the NCC posted at Sheila Gallant-Halloran, saying, “Ottawa is Canada’s capital city – and we have the NCC (National Capital Commission) keep 90 kms of trails and parks in excellent condition in the nearby Gatineau Park – fall rhapsody”
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Angela Gaitaniella presents Double YOI! posted at The Burgh, Exposed, saying, “Myron Cope is Pittsburgh Legend. In this post, I talk bout the alleged “Curse of the Terrible Towel,” and the meaning behind the unassuming gold washcloth.”
San Diego, California, USA Scott Carner presents Torrey Pines State Park posted at GTD Retail, saying, “A first-hand review of Torrey Pines State Reserve in San Diego!”
San Francisco, California, USA Sam presents 30 Sights to See on Vacation in San Francisco posted at Travel Welcome, saying, “Singer Tony Bennett left his heart in San Francisco, and you will, too.”
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA JoAnna presents Romantic Things to Do in Las Vegas posted at WhyGo Las Vegas, saying, “When a lot of people think of Las Vegas, they think about the gaming, clubbing and nightlife, but it can be a very romantic place as well. I put together this round-up of romantic things to do for those who would like to check out the city with their special someone.”
Dearborn, Michigan, USA Dominique King presents See the bus Rosa Parks rode into history at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan posted at Midwest Guest, saying, “Civil Rights leader Rosa Parks spent many years living in Detroit, Michigan, so it only seems fitting that the bus she rode into history after refusing to relinquish her seat to a white man in 1955 followed her to Michigan.”
That concludes this edition. and thanks very much for visiting!
Please submit your (one, non-spammy) blog post about any aspect of ONE, single city to the next edition of the Carnival of Cities using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.