Carnival of Cities for 26 March 2009

Welcome to the March 26, 2009 edition of the Carnival of Cities, aka The Kidney Stone Edition (which explains why it didn’t go up yesterday as originally scheduled.  Ow.)

It’s fun to host the carnival, but the weekly frequency is becoming a burden, so I’m shifting to bi-weekly Wednesdays after this edition.  We’ll host next on the Family Travel Logue on April 8.

I welcome guest hosts at any time – it’s good for links, community and keeping the Carnival fresh. If you’re interested, please email me at sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com.

Cities in the Americas

Huntsville, Alabama, USA Tim Leffel presents Blasting off to Huntsville posted at Cheapest Destinations Blog.

Seattle, Washington, USA GrrlScientist presents Goodbye, Seattle P-I posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “My original hometown of Seattle,Washington, is experiencing a profound loss, a loss that has been or will soon be experienced by other cities throughout the country. Seattle is losing their morning newspaper, the Seattle P-I.”

Orlando, Florida, USA Caterina Christakos reviews Jiko at Disney’s Animal Kingdom resort in Orlando Restaurant Ratings posted at Orlando Restaurant Reviews.

St. Louis, Missouri, USA Aaron R presents ten14 is a great place to nap posted at Aaron Rogier, saying, “A somnolent time at a downtown nightclub in St Louis.”

Los Angeles, California, USA Jennifer Miner presents Your Questions Answered – Child-Friendly Travel in Los Angeles posted at Traveling Mamas.

Cities in Europe

Perpignan, France Jack Norell presents Perpignan, France posted at Eyeflare – Travel Articles and Tips, saying, “Perpignan is a small Catalan town near the border to Spain. With charming regional influences in architecture, cuisine, and stunning local weather, it’s a hidden corner of France deserving of more attention.”

Leeds, United Kingdom Jason presents 1809: Mary Bateman, the Yorkshire Witch posted at Executed Today, saying, “A creepy local attraction in Leeds.”

That concludes this edition, and thanks for visiting the Perceptive Travel Blog.

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