Thanks very much to the host of the previous edition, on Sheila’s Guide to the Good Stuff, and the next host is Byteful Travel on November 17.
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Off we go….
Cities in Europe
Oslo, Norway Anne-Sophie Redisch presents Oslo’s best inexpensive attraction: The Natural History Museum posted at NileGuide Oslo, saying, “Come meet our 47-million-year-old ancestor, Ida – the oldest fossil ever found.”
Hoorn, the Netherlands Monique Rubin presents The Netherlands City Spotlight – Hoorn – National Netherlands Travel and Lifestyle posted at Examiner, saying, “The harbor town of Hoorn in the province of Noord-Holland was once a major seaport and center of trade and commerce in the Netherlands.”
Reykjavik, Iceland Kevin Daniel presents 10 things you need to know about Reykjavik, Iceland posted at Iceland Quest, saying, “Why Reykjavik Iceland is Better Than Where You Are.”
Cities in Asia
Cities in the Americas
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Shelly Rivoli presents Vancouver Tips: Granville Island with Little Kids posted at Travels with Baby Tips, saying, “Tips and video previews to help plan a day’s outing on Vancouver’s Granville Island with wee travelers.”
Arcadia, Oklahoma, USA This is my submission from my BootsnAll Family Travel blog….A real sugar shack: POPS on Oklahoma’s Route 66
Golden, Colorado, USA Byteful Travel presents Coors Brewery Tour: WAY More than Free Beer posted at Byteful Travel, saying, “Chemistry. Biology. Efficiency. While you may not associate these words with a brewery at first, you’ll come to see that these words truly sum up the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado — the largest single brewery facility on the planet! And while I was in Colorado, I explored this enormous facility firsthand on a walking tour that is unique in that it allows you to experience beer-making up close. It may not quite be Willy Wonka’s factory, but you can’t get much closer than this. (high resolution photos included)”
That concludes this edition, and thanks for visiting!
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