Monthly Archives: December 2008

Walking Tour of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

          Walking Tour of Quebec City, Canada        This beautiful place, on the St Lawrence River, is the most European city in North America. It was also the scene of the most important battle in Canada’s history, when, in … Continue reading

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Places of a Lifetime – Country Unbound

    At the turn of the millenium, National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine published a special issue, entitled, 50 Places of  Lifetime, The World’s Greatest Destinations. Over the next few weeks, I will revisit this list, which was divided into five categories, … Continue reading

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Places of a Lifetime – Paradise Found

        At the turn of the millenium, National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine published a special issue, entitled, 50 Places of  Lifetime, The World’s Greatest Destinations. Over the next few weeks, I will revisit this list, which was divided into five categories, … Continue reading

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Places of a Lifetime – Wild Places

        At the turn of the millenium, National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine published a special issue, entitled, 50 Places of  Lifetime, The World’s Greatest Destinations. Over the next few weeks, I will revisit this list, which was divided into five categories, … Continue reading

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Places of a Lifetime – Urban Spaces

       At the turn of the millenium, National Geographic’s Traveler Magazine published a special issue, entitled, 50 Places of  Lifetime, The World’s Greatest Destinations. Over the next few weeks, I will revisit this list, which was divided into five categories, … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of San Antonio, TX, USA

         Walking Tour of San Antonio, Texas        This city, in southern Texas, is famous as the location of the Alamo, an enduring symbol of the fight for Texas independence from Mexico and its subsequent inclusion as one of the … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Annapolis, Maryland, USA

          Walking Tour of Annapolis, Maryland        The capital of Maryland is a city with a very significant history. It was actually once the capital of the United States and was the scene of the ratification of the Treaty … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Bratislava, Slovakia

            Walking Tour of Bratislava, Slovakia        The relatively undiscovered city of Bratislava has a gem of an Old Town, with lovely squares, fine churches and an imposing castle on a hill. My walking tour incorporates all the Old … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Providence, RI, USA

         Walking Tour of Providence, RI       Providence is the capital of the smallest state in America and also the state with the longest name (Rhode Island and Providence Plantations). The city was founded by Roger Williams in 1636 … Continue reading

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Walking Tours of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

                  Walking Tours of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil   Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, presents an image which is one of the most recognized in the world — Copacabana Beach and Ipanema Beach, closed in by skyscrapers, with Sugarloaf Mountain … Continue reading

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