Welcome to the September 8, 2010 edition of carnival of cities!
There has been a wealth of great submissions this month, with many being about those important topics, food and drink. This blog carnival is about cities, so I hope you find a city that interests you, whether it is one you have already visited or one you are planning (or dreaming) of seeing one day. Check out the links, and don’t forget to comment here!
- Kerry Dexter writes about Belfast with Finding Peace along the Falls Road posted at Perceptive Travel Blog.
- Anne-Sophie Redisch presents Off the Beaten Path in Oslo posted at NileGuide Oslo, saying, “Oslo may be most famous for nature and winter sports, but Norway’s capital city offers much more. Check out these fab spots off the tourist radar.”
- Monique Y. Wells presents Ten Days of Jazz at La Villette posted at Entrée to Black Paris™, saying, “There are still a few days left to enjoy jazz at Paris’ Parc de la Villette!”
- Jack Norell presents The Silk Road Cafe, Dublin posted at Eyeflare – Travel Articles and Tips, saying, “A lovely cafe to have lunch in while sightseeing in Dublin.”
- Lana shares some beautiful images of Sunrise in Venice posted at Monaco and Beyond.
- Andy Hayes presents Dusseldorf Sightseeing posted at Sharing Travel Experiences, saying, “Often overlooked for its more popular neighbours, Dusseldorf has a lot to see and do – and, well, drink!”
- Robin Locker presents Five Wine Bars in Rome posted at My Melange.
- And of course a post from Let’s Do Something Different about Brunel’s Bristol.
South and Central America
- Audrey presents Buenos Aires Restaurant and Food Recommendations posted at Uncornered Market, saying, “A list of our best value eating experiences in Buenos Aires, Argentina from parrillas (steak restaurants) to Armenian delis.”
- MB presents Los Dorados de Villa in Cozumel, Mexico posted at Watch Me Eat, saying, “Eating at a restaurant called Los Dorados de Villa on a visit to Cozumel, Mexico.”
- Jordy Clements talks about a little known side of Omaha with her post loom Weaves Omaha posted at Omaha Arts and Culture
- Beth Blair presents Family Friendly Buffalo, New York posted at The Vacation Gals – Family travel, girlfriend getaways, romantic getaways, destinations, things to do, travel tips, saying, “There’s more to do in Buffalo than just Niagara Falls.”
- Donna Hull presents Learning to Drive a Stagecoach in Paso Robles posted at My Itchy Travel Feet, saying, “The Old West still lives in Paso Robles at Harris Stage Lines. Tommy and Debby Harris keep the cowboy culture alive by teaching you the old ways of the West, including how to drive a stagecoach.”
And just to round us out Matt O’Brien presents The 6 Most Overrated Historical Sites in the World posted at Online Masters, saying, “With the Internet, you can take a look at many historical sites around the world and bask in their “beauty” right from the comfort of your own home. Here’s a look at the most overrated historical sites.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of cities using the easy carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.