Welcome to the Carnival of Cities blog carnival, where we tour the world in a single post, via submissions from a variety of different blogs, all about any aspect of one, single city (or fair-sized town.)
If you would like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog (May 18 and June 1 are still open) please contact me at Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com. Thanks!
Off we go….
Cities in the Americas
Savannah, Georgia, USA Kerry Dexter presents World comes to Savannah: Savannah Music Festival posted at Perceptive Travel Blog, saying, “17 days of concerts at the Savannah music festival reflect the city’s heritage as a musical crossroads.”
Purcellville, Virginia, USA Jeremy Harvey presents A Wall at Sunset Hills Vineyard posted at VisitLoudounBlog.com, saying, “Thanks for considering using my post. Keep up the great work Sheila. I love reading your blog! Cheers.” [a tourism blog; yay! And thanks, Jeremy.]
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Lindsay Dianne presents West Coast Awakening and Granville Island Market posted at The Urban Momtographer, saying, “Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver, BC, Canada.”
Seattle, Washington, USA Abi King presents Street Art In Seattle | The Best Cultural Travel & Adventure posted at Inside the Travel Lab, saying, “A funky look at Seattle’s less well-known street art.”
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada Kayla presents Whitehern Historic House Highlights posted at Adventures in Heritage, saying, “Review of going to a local historical museum in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.”
Atlanta, Georgia, USA Nichole presents Four fun places in Atlanta to visit with your kids posted at Butterscotch Sundae.
Tampa, Florida, USA Nicole presents The Bricks of Ybor in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida posted at Arrows Sent Forth, saying, “The Bricks of Ybor is a great choice for dining with kids while visiting Tampa.”
Portland, Oregon, USA Byteful Travel presents Adventures of a Failed Hitchhike, Craigslist Success, & Portland’s Welcoming Rainbow posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “Portland! What a city! So creative, so historic, and so wonderfully weird. I was very excited to continue my truly epic West Coast Journey by returning to Portland before I headed further south. Now, I could either give you the “director’s cut” of the story, or I could share some of the gory details with you, like the bit about how my first attempt to get out of Seattle didn’t work… at all. I’m going to do the latter here; because I want to emphasize the importance of having a Plan B and being flexible. Thankfully though, this story ends in a stunning rainbow!”
Idyllwild, California, USA Gina Stark presents Festive Festivals of Idyllwild! posted at Gitana Blog, saying, “Idyllwild is small town with BIG culture. Home of the Idyllwild Arts Academy, there is no shortage of venues to exhibit and celebrate the plethora of talent here.”
Marshall, California Mikaela Cowles presents Saturday Steals: Seattle to San Francisco ? The Marshall Store posted at Baguette Taste – Wonder Bread Budget, saying, “Saturday Steals is a portion of my blog, Baguette Taste – Wonder Bread Budget. I explore fabulous deals up and down the coast from Seattle to San Francisco and share how I stretch cents into dollars to live the life I want on the budget I have.”
Cities in Europe
London, United Kingdom Shelly Rivoli presents Tips for visiting London’s Natural History Museum with young children posted at Travels with Baby Tips by Shelly Rivoli, saying, “Dinosaurs, cockroaches, rocks – oh, my! Tips for anyone visiting London’s Natural History Museum with a stroller, toddler, or diaper-clad companion.”
London, United Kingdom Tamara presents Last night in London: John Makepeace at Somerset House posted at Travel Blog – Mr & Mrs Smith Boutique & Luxury Hotels, saying, “In London this week – A private view of a show celebrating the 50-year career of a craftsman dubbed the Father of Modern Furniture: John Makepeace (OBE if you don’t mind!”)
Cities in Asia
Bangkok, Thailand Andrea Wren presents How to navigate and survive Bangkok’s Chatuchak Weekend Market posted at Travelling Wren, saying, “An article about one of my favourite places in my favourite cities!”
That concludes this Carnival edition, and thank you for visiting.
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