Tomorrow, April 3rd, this carnival will be the featured carnival all day on top of the Blog Carnival homepage; thanks very much to Denise and all of the Blog Carnival Web site staff for the recognition.
I am hosting again on Family Travel next week (April 9) mostly because I haven’t had a chance to sort out those who so kindly volunteered to host other editions (which are posted every Wednesday.)
If you’d like to host on your blog and have a great digital party around the world, please contact me at sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com.
** Cities in the Americas **
Seattle, Washington, USA Here’s a deal — poetloverrebelspy presents a Friday Freebie: Seattle Wooden Boat Rides at her creative blog Less Than a Shoestring. She says, “Take part in traditional boat carving, enjoy a ride around the harbor on an historic wooden boat and explore the collection of the Maritime Heritage Museum in Seattle; all free every Sunday!”
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Author and general raconteur Tim Leffel asks, When Does a Destination Become a Caricature? at his blog Tim Leffel’s Cheapest Destinations. He reflects about a popular place in Mexico where “….none of the people working in the middle of town can afford to eat at any nearby restaurant.”
Washington, D.C., USA If you’re yearning for a little bit of Japan in the U.S. capital city, Amy McKeever has you covered in Finding Japan in D.C. posted at National Geographic Traveler‘s Intelligent Travel blog, where she reveals favorite DC spots for Japanese food and culture.
New York, New York, USA Jack Norell includes beautiful photos in A walk in Central Park, New York posted at Eyeflare – Travel Articles and Tips, saying, “Central Park is a perfect place for taking the kids or your partner and having a picnic, or just a leisurely stroll.”
** Cities in Europe **
Strasbourg, France Christine writes about The Square Around the Cathedrale Strasbourg, France, featuring gorgeous half-timbered buildings. She writes at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.
Oranienburg, Germany Christopher Cook presents Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp: taking time during your vacation to remember posted at Noambit Travel Europe, saying, “Just outside Berlin in the small town of Oranienburg lies a concentration camp that was built as a model for all others to follow. This article provides a brief history as well as information on how to experience this day trip.”
That concludes this edition of the Carnival of Cities.
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