Blog Carnival – Carnival of cities!

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!


Martin St-Amant - Wikipedia

South and Central America

North America


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.
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10 Responses to Blog Carnival – Carnival of cities!

  1. Audrey says:

    Thanks for including our article on Buenos Aires restaurants in this Carnival of Cities! Look forward to learning about some new places by reading the other articles.

  2. Donna Hull says:

    Thanks for including Learning to Drive a Stagecoach in Paso Robles in this month’s edition of Carnival of Cities. You should try it if you’re visiting the central California coast.

  3. Thanks for including me. Great round-up!

  4. Andy Hayes says:

    Great round-up! Off to visit some old friends and new faces.

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  6. Sophie says:

    Great collection of cities – thanks 🙂

  7. Sophie says:

    … although calling Stonehenge overrated (I’m referring to Matt O’Brien’s contribution above – there doesn’t seem to be a comments option on his site) – I couldn’t disagree more. It’s quite possible to walk among – and touch – the stones, as travellers have done for centuries. You just have to book with English Heritage in advance and prepare to be there at 5 am. It’s simply magical to watch the sun rise at Stonehenge! Way bigger wow-factor than Mount Rushmore.

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