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Tirol, Oetz Valley and Innsbruck, an Austrian Photo Essay

Tirol, Oetz Valley and Innsbruck, an Austrian Photo Essay

Posted on 19. Sep, 2011 by .

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When I decided to attend Travel Bloggers Unite in Innsbruck, I knew I was in for a treat. Not only was the city absolutely stunning, but the trip to the Oetz Valley afterwards, including the relaxing spa day, was nothing short of perfect. Austria and I had a rendez-vous manqué in 2009 - I longed [...]

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Monday’s Postcard: Strasbourg, France

Monday’s Postcard: Strasbourg, France

Posted on 29. Aug, 2011 by .

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There are few places like this in the word. Places that remain untouched, perfectly preserved, very postcard-ish. Well, Strasbourg is one of these places. Most of the buildings in the Petite France neighborhood date as far back as the 15th century, making for a pretty impressive night by day or by night. After enjoying delicious [...]

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Daytrip at the London Zoo, a Photo Essay

Daytrip at the London Zoo, a Photo Essay

Posted on 24. Aug, 2011 by .

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After seeing how popular my last postcard was, I decided that a full post on my day at the London Zoo would be quite appropriate. And who doesn’t love a photo post? Without further ado, here is my photo essay on this little known piece of London heaven.  Have you been to London zoo, or [...]

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Monday’s Postcard: London Zoo

Monday’s Postcard: London Zoo

Posted on 15. Aug, 2011 by .

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This week’s installment brings us to the entertaining London Zoo. Located right in the heart of Regent’s Park in Camden and opened in 1828, it’s actually the world’s oldest scientific zoo. It features over 720 species spread over 36 acres, as well as many interesting exhibits, such as Animal Adventure, Butterfly Paradise, Rainforest Life, and the Gorilla Kingdom. [...]

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Monday’s Postcard: Nice, France

Monday’s Postcard: Nice, France

Posted on 18. Jul, 2011 by .

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Today’s postcard brings us to one of the most well known destinations on the French Riviera, Nice. In this very city are believe to be the oldest human settlements in all of Europe, back when the city was called Nikaia (Goddess of Victory). Very popular with the English bourgeoisie in the 18th century,  Nice has [...]

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Discovering London with the Thames Clippers

Discovering London with the Thames Clippers

Posted on 08. Jul, 2011 by .

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Tired of walking in London but still thirsty for discovery? I might just have the perfect solution for you! When TakeTwo Books kindly offered me one of their books, I was ecstatic to find out I could use one of their offers to ride the famous Thames Clippers. I’ve always wanted to but somehow never managed to [...]

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