Carnival of Cities logoWelcome to the August 25, 2010 edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we tour the world in a single blog post.

Thanks go out to the host for the previous edition, Travel with Teens, and greetings to our next host on September 8 at Let’s Do Something Different.

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Off we go….

Cities in Africa

Kampala, Uganda Mark Jordahl presents 5 Things I Love About Kampala…but probably shouldn’t posted at Wild Thoughts from Uganda.

Cities in Asia

Manila, the Philippines Ryan Murphy presents Smogtown baby posted at Eleven Degrees North, saying, “This is an blog article I wrote about Manila, the capital of the Philippines.”

Macau, China Ignatius presents Macau Day 3 posted at Self Drive Tours.

Cities in the Americas

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Bill Church presents Mazeroski Gets His Statue posted at The Listening Post.

Seattle, Washington, USA Mary-Alice Pomputius presents Two more Seattle street trucks: Bring your dog! posted at Dog Jaunt.

Topeka, Kansas, USA Shalyn Marsh presents Confessions of a pizza addict posted at Visit Topeka.

New York, New York, USA mick presents 5 New York City Apartments We All Know and Love posted at PadBlog.

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Bonnie Way presents Explore: Beacon Hill Park, Victoria posted at The Koala Bear Writer, saying, “We just moved to Victoria, BC and have been exploring the city, so I thought I’d share some of our explorations with my blog readers.”

Buffalo, New York, USA Andy Hayes presents Buffalo Sightseeing posted at Sharing Travel Experiences, saying, “Think Buffalo is dull and drab? Think again!”

Galveston, Texas, USA Lee Block presents Galveston Island – Eaters Beware posted at The Travel Connoisseurs, saying, “Restaurants to dine at and to avoid in Galveston Island, Texas.”

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Christian Carollo presents ben franklin: dressed for the occasion posted at Picture Philly, saying, “The Benjamin Franklin Bridge in Philadelphia showing off its Fourth of July colors.”

East Hampton, New York, USA Jennifer Miner presents Cheap East Hampton Vacation Attractions posted at The Vacation Gals, saying, “In many ways, East Hampton deserves its reputation regarding the upscale travelers that come every summer and change the small town atmosphere. But like all vacation destinations, there are alternatives to the luxury stores and activities; travel experiences here can be richer with a visit to one of these cheap or free East Hampton attractions.”

New York, New York, USA Madeleine Begun Kane presents Secrets Of The Trade – Off-Broadway Play Review In Verse posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Kansas City, Missouri Sheila Scarborough presents The world’s a stage for kids at Coterie Theatre in Kansas City posted at Family Travel Guide, saying, “Great theater opportunity for young people.”

Buffalo, New York, USA Beth Blair presents Buffalo Wings in Buffalo, New York posted at The Vacation Gals.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA Jennifer Heisler presents Friends of the Hunley Submarine, North Charleston, SC posted at Charleston SC – Travel Info with a Local Flare.

New York, New York, USA Laurie DePrete presents 5 Reasons to Visit New York City posted at Scene by Laurie.

Cities in Europe

Paris, France Monique Y. Wells presents Mona Lisa in Black posted at Entrée to Black Paris™, saying, “In Paris, one can find art displayed in any number of public places. This article features an art exhibit that hangs in a bookstore.”

St. Helier, Jersey (Channel Island) Anne-Sophie Redisch presents Channel Islands – Jersey posted at Sophie’s World, saying, “Closer to France than to mainland Britain, the English Channel is full of special, secret spots.”

Versailles, France John Gadbois presents What To Do If You Only Have One Day in Versailles posted at Versailles.com, saying, “This is a post I just published for people who have just one day to spend in Versailles, France.”

Paris, France Tom Reeves presents Coffee Tasting at Café Procope (Parts 1 & 2) posted at Paris Insights – The Blog, saying, “This is a blog about a coffee tasting that was recently held at the oldest café in Paris, Café Procope.”

That concludes this edition, and thanks for visiting.

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