Monthly Archives: March 2008

Top 10 Honolulu

     Honolulu, the capital and largest city of the Hawaiian Islands, is a modern city, but, because of its location, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, and because of its heritage, that of a South Pacific Island culture, it … Continue reading

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The Seven Natural Wonders of New Zealand

     New Zealand, though not a tremendously large country, is blessed with some incredible scenery and landscapes. Both the North Island and the South Island have their share of natural wonders. Wildlife is also a top draw here since many … Continue reading

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Top 10 Philadelphia

     Philadelphia is one of two cities (with Boston, Massachusetts) that is intimately associated with the early history of the United States of America. There are many reminders of this time which are available to the visitor. Obviously, there are … Continue reading

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The Seven Natural Wonders of Australia

     Australia is continent and country with an incredible variety of natural wonders. Its long and continuous coastline provides several, while its interior celebrates the process of geology. Fortunately, the country’s leaders have seen fit to preserve many of these … Continue reading

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Top 10 Edinburgh

     Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is an intriguing city. Its famous Royal Mile is world-famous as a spectacular place to wander. The country itself is not large, so that many sights outside the city are accessible in a short … Continue reading

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Top 10 Las Vegas

     Las Vegas is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Even though the city is associated with the gambling industry, there is much more to do in Las Vegas than gamble. There are incredible and elaborate shows, both … Continue reading

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Top 10 New Orleans

     New Orleans is one of America’s most famous cities. It is the origin and home of Jazz, a uniquely American style of music. It is also famous for its celebration of Mardi Gras, the day before the begining of the … Continue reading

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The Seven Natural Wonders of Great Britain

     Although the combined countries of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are not large by country standards, they are, nevertheless, punctuated by numerous natural areas which are not only popular with natives but are must-sees on the tourist trail as … Continue reading

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Request For Feedback

    To Readers of My Blog:         I am adapting my blog entries and including them in book form. This book will be easy reading, a quick reference, and inexpensive. I am looking for feedback and any suggestions. Please comment. Thanks for taking the … Continue reading

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The Seven Natural Wonders of Canada

      Canada is a huge country, second largest in the world, and, as such, has a wealth of natural wonders. Parts of the country are so remote that there may be other wonders which have not yet been discovered, but here … Continue reading

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