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.)
The previous Carnival edition was hosted by the Perceptive Travel Blog and we will return to PT Blog on November 2.
If you would like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog, please contact me at Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com. Thanks!
Off we go….
Cities in Africa
Nairobi, Kenya Pam Mandel presents This is Not About a Taxi Driver posted at Nerd’s Eye View, saying, “Overwhelmed by Nairobi, traveler Pam Mandel opts out of adventure and goes for the beaten path tourist sites. She’s not the least bit sorry.”
Cities in the Americas
Ko Olina, Oahu, Hawaii, USA Jennifer Miner presents What Will Happen to the Ihilani Resort and Spa? posted at The Vacation Gals, saying, “Now that Disney has opened the Aulani, what will happen to the JW Marriott Resort & Spa right next door in Ko Olina, Oahu?”
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Zhu presents Night Owls posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “During summer, days are long and sunset is late, so I’m rarely downtown Ottawa after night falls. But as days are becoming shorter, I decided to go hunt for night shots while the weather is still nice. Last Saturday was one of these days. It was in the mid-twenties and I left home around 7 p.m. to roam the downtown core with my camera. Half of the city had the same idea—by September, we are all clutching at the last bits of summer.”
Dallas, Texas, USA AbundantJourneys presents Experiencing the World’s Largest State Fair posted at Life Is Full of Bloom, saying, “Dallas, TX. State Fair of Texas Review.”
Winter Haven, Florida, USA Eileen Ludwig presents Legoland central to Orlando Tampa located in Winter Haven Florida posted at Freelance Tourist: Travel Tips, saying, “Winter Haven, Florida Legoland Theme Park Opens”
Jackson Heights, Queens, New York, USA Michael Turtle presents Ugly Betty lives here… and other Jackson Heights facts posted at Time Travel Turtle, saying, “A little slice of life away from the hustle and bustle… @michaelturtle”
Branson, Missouri, USA Andy Hayes presents Enjoy a Musical Christmas in Sparkling Branson, Missouri posted at Travel for Christmas, saying, “Don’t forget your dancing shoes.”
Glen Rose, Texas, USA Tui Cameron presents Glen Rose Texas Day Trip posted at Discovering Dallas – Fort Worth, saying, “A trip to Glen Rose isn’t complete without paying homage to the official state dinosaur of Texas, Paluxysaurus Jonesi, whose fossilized footprints may be seen at Dinosaur Valley State Park. Even so, I made some exciting discoveries of my own during a recent visit, such as a wonderful bakery in an Exxon gas station! Twitter: @DiscoveringDFW”
Fargo, North Dakota, USA Brian presents The ‘FARGO’ Wood Chipper Finds a Home in Fargo posted at Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog, saying, “Fargo, ND’s newest attraction has been big hit!”
Burlington, Vermont, USA Miss Magpie presents Let’s Get Local: Burlington, Vermont posted at FindandGoSeek’s BLOG, saying, “Local fun in Burlington, Vermont. What to do, where to stay, and more.”
Savannah, Georgia, USA Sandy Traub presents Get Carried Away! A Savannah GA Mini-break holiday — Downsize & Take a Little Downtime! posted at Green Palm Inn B&B Blog, saying, “Here’s a fun Savannah, Georgia USA blog from the top-rated Green Palm Inn, encouraging a British approach to “mini breaks”, mini-bites and simplifying for short and frequent vacations.”
Cities in Asia
Cities in Europe
London, England, United Kingdom Emm presents Installation Art in Bishops Square, Spitalfields posted at Emm in London, saying, “The up and coming area of Spitalfields in London’s East End features some really lovely installation art.”
Ravenna, Italy Nicole Elena Robertson presents Byzantine mosaics, Ravenna posted at Nicole Elena Robertson, saying, “A photo essay of some of the gorgeous and well-preserved Byzantine mosaics in Ravenna, Italy.”
That concludes this Carnival edition, and thank you for visiting.
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