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.
We normally publish every other week; if you would like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog, please contact me as the Carnival organizer: Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com.
Off we go!
Cities in the Middle East
Agadir, Morocco Heather Cowper presents A scrub and massage in the Hammam in Agadir, Morocco posted at Heather on her travels, saying, “In a recent visit to Agadir, Morocco, Heather visits a Hammam for the first time for a scrub down and massage and comes out soft and glowing”
Tel Aviv, Israel Liron Yankonsky presents Art in the Middle East: How to draw a City Landscape 2 – Tel-Aviv! posted at Art in the Middle East, saying, “The amazing view of Tel-Aviv’s Dizengoff square, and how I drew it (=”
Cities in Europe
London, England Karen Bryan presents Seven Free Things to Do in London posted at Europe A La Carte Blog, saying, “Tips on free things to do in London including tea tasting at Twinings on The Strand and visiting the Wellcome Collection.”
Leuven, Belgium Annie Cosby presents When Girls Rule: The Grand Béguinage of Leuven posted at A Twenty-Something Abroad.
Paris, France Helen presents Visit Paris posted at Wandering albatross, saying, “Some great ideas for things to do in a day in Paris”
Cities in the Americas
Tunica, Mississippi, USA Lisa Konupka presents 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Tunica RiverPark posted at Down the Road in Tunica MS Blog.
Portland, Maine, USA Dani Blanchette presents The Clash – Portland, Maine posted at Going Nomadic, saying, “A night out at The Clash – a hilarious and awesome music mashup event that is popular with locals in Portland, Maine”
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA Leslee Haralson presents Upscale Shopping in Waikiki posted at Ready for AdventuresReady for Adventures, saying, “This article highlights shopping at the Ala Moana Mall in Waikiki. This beautiful mall has recently had a makeover and is more than just a place to shop, it’s a tourist attraction!”
That concludes this edition, and thanks very much for visiting and supporting the Carnival.
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