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Re: Nov. 3, 2017: Auditorio Adan Martin, Tenerife

Travel Luver ·
A rather unusual building -- nicely captured!
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Re: The Sanity Clause (apologies to Groucho Marx)

PHeymont ·
Thanks for this! It's so easy to forget how many ancestors 'our' traditions have, and how very linked we all are!
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Re: The Sanity Clause (apologies to Groucho Marx)

GarryRF ·
That's very true Paul. I remember traditions from my childhood that have vanished years ago. I visit Sydney, Australia and find the same traditions are alive and well.
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Re: Route 66 - Pasadena to Needles

PortMoresby ·
I n the mid-90s the National Park Service sent a team of professionals to do a survey of surviving road and features of the entire route, Chicago to the Santa Monica Pier, with my husband as illustrator for the report. I don't know if it's generally available but it might be interesting reading for someone with more than a casual interest.
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, December 24, 2014: Santa's Wonderland

DrFumblefinger ·
A lovely piece of Americana, and a reminder of why I so loved Christmas as a child (and still as an adult!). Thanks, Marilyn!
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, December 24, 2014: Santa's Wonderland

GarryRF ·
A piece of the magic we all like to believe in. Lovely photos. Happy Christmas !
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day: A look at the first quarter, 2014

Theodore Behr ·
I like this one, of the guy with his dog. Reminds me of my granddad walking his little dog in Santa Monica when I was a kid. Good photos, good memories.
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Re: Florence, Italy: A city made for walking

Ron B. ·
Just there myself. Phone's battery running low, so pix are limited. A shop's window. On the way to Ponte Vecchio with a friend who bought two enormous gold rings.
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Re: Cerro Santa Lucia, Santiago, Chile (Where Gumbo Was #166)

GarryRF ·
Thanks Jonathan ! Took me hours of walking up and down the streets of Santiago to find this location. Well.... Google walking.... Congratulations to you for an excellent series of photos.
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Re: LA rail extension great for beachgoers

Travel Rob ·
This will really help on time. As a kid, I took the bus from Santa Monica to Downtown LA a lot and it took forever but it was to be one of the most interesting rides anywhere. It goes through such diverse neighborhoods it almost doesn't seem real.
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

Dan Carter ·
They sure have an interesting mix for travel in Cuba...I loved the pictures of the old cars in your other post! In New York I saw bicycle taxis, too, but they were smaller and just for tours, not really for getting around.
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

GarryRF ·
Santa Clara has motorized Taxi's if you want to travel some distance !
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

GarryRF ·
... and of course - The One Horse Power SUV !
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

DrFumblefinger ·
A fascinating snapshot of life in Cuba, GarryRF! I am heartened by the spirit of the people, and their pragmatic innovations given the oppressive world in which they live.
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

GarryRF ·
Me too DrFumblefinger ! The Oxen pulling ploughs I've seen in Lancaster PA. but if you need a vase for Flowers (Birthdays) you get the bottom half of a 2 litre plastic Coke Bottle with wrapping paper around it. Looks quite good really ! But the bit that hurts is seeing folks suffer from curable things - like thyroid problems - that we take for granted now as being treatable. Homeopathy and Voodoo prevail... really !
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

GarryRF ·
Thanks for the link T&N. Bill Gates funds the School of Tropical Medicine here in Liverpool in its search for better treatment and a cure for Malaria. But tales of Save the Planet are all Hogwash. People who live in cool climates - like me - cant wait for the climate to warm up. When the Vikings discovered Greenland a thousand years ago they described it as a "Green and pleasant land with pastures and animals" - and now its just a frozen waste again ! Turn up the CO2 !
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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

Former Member ·
It would be fun to race a bunch of these three wheelers. They look like they would corner and take jumps well.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, December 24, 2014: Santa's Wonderland

Marilyn Jones ·
Santa's Wonderland in College Station, Texas, has evolved over the past 17 years into the largest Christmas light display in the entire state. In addition to the spectacular light show is Santa's Town featuring gift shops, restaurants, hourly...
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 7, 2013: Bicycle taxi, Santa Clara, Cuba.

GarryRF ·
  CUBAN BICYCLE TAXI Cuba- A surprise around every corner ! Santa Clara, Cuba has a Central "Town Square" in the typical Spanish style. It  has Trees for shade and long benches for...
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Barcelona: Sometimes TOO many tourists at market

PHeymont ·
Barcelona, which continues to be one of the hottest European cities for visitors, has locals who sometimes feel a little crowded out...especially at their favorite food market, La Bouqueria. The result: during the Friday and Saturday shopping rush...
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Route 66 - Pasadena to Needles

Jonathan L ·
Last summer I had the opportunity to do something I had always wanted to do - drive a significant portion of Route 66. Having spent 4 days in LA, I started a drive to Albuquerque to meet up with  The Amazing Ms. D. Instead of rushing down the...
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Nov. 3, 2017: Auditorio Adan Martin, Tenerife

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares some beautiful images and the history of the beautiful modern opera house in Santa Cruz.
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Remember the Alamo? A Unique History Lesson

Samantha ·
Samantha guides us through the scene of the most famous event in Texas history, even if the facts are still under debate.
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Santa Fe Photography Workshop

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L took a photography course this summer. Here are some of the photos he took for the course projects.
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Traits of a Good Hotel

Monica A (Guest) ·
Monica offers some suggestions on what to look for in a quality hotel (sponsored content)
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Guanacaste: Old cities, traditional pottery, great food

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us on a tour away from the resort in Tamarindo and on an exploration of the nearby towns where Costa Ricans live.
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5 Important Things That You Should Bring On Your Trip

Monica A (Guest) ·
Monica suggests some things you should take with you to make your next trip smoother (sponsored content)
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How to Survive on your own in the Wild

Monica Albert (Guest) ·
Monica shares some tips on how to prepare yourself for your first adventures in the wilderness.
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Best Places to Visit in LA

Ori B (Guest) ·
Ori shares some of the travel highlights of visiting sunny Los Angeles (sponsored content)
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Seven ways to make Your Trip Unforgettable

Monica Albert (Guest) ·
Monica suggests ways you can make your next trip a smoother one (sponsored content)
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Oslo Opera House, Oslo, Norway (Where Gumbo Was #128)

Travel Rob ·
  Congratulations to TravelingCanuck for correctly identifying our WITW 128 as the Oslo Opera House! It's home to Norway's National Opera and Ballet.       Getting their own National Opera House was a debate that...
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Tenerife - Your Exotic Relaxation Place

GokyB ·
The largest island of the  Canary archipelago , Tenerife is a unique sight to behold. This volcanic island attracts 10 million tourists every year with its stunning beaches, forests and breathtaking landscape. Sandy beach and amazing turquoise...
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The Sanity Clause (apologies to Groucho Marx)

Amateuremigrant ·
Bob Cranwell explores the origins of the Santa Claus myth drawing on his extensive travel experiences for supportive facts.
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An evening stroll in Barrio Santa Cruz, Seville

DrFumblefinger ·
We explore the narrow lanes and alleys of Barrio Santa Cruz, the old Jewish section of Seville, and discover a treasure of plazas, gardens and tapas bars.
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Walking Through Seville and the Centuries

PHeymont ·
Seville, the largest city of southern Spain’s Andalucia region, is as full of contrasts as you might imagine of a city that was important in the Roman era, was ruled by the Moors for centuries, and then became not only the seat of Spanish...
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Iceland's Elves Worry about Road Work, not Working for Santa!

PHeymont ·
Elves are an important part of Icelandic tradition; surveys show perhaps 60% of the population believes in them or in the possibility. While some say "elf" is from "alfar" or ancestor spirit, many believe in the little people. Now the Icelandic...
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Santa Fe Styling

Jonathan L ·
  http://www.postersofsantafe.co...es/products/419l.jpg 20 years ago, The Amazing Ms. D and I bought this magnet. Santa Fe style is a combination of Spanish and Indian esthetic. Native art and jewelry, Southwest architecture and housewares and a...
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Oct. 17, 2016: Santa Monica Pier, CA

Travel Rob ·
Travel Rob shows us the Santa Monica Pier. The pier with its iconic sign is one of the most famous places in California.
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Santa Monica California: Where Gumbo Was (#198)

Jonathan L ·
Santa Monica is one of the places Jonathan L goes back to when he's in Los Angeles, for its energy, attractions, and food.
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Santa Catalina Island Sunset, California

Ottoman ·
On my last visit to Newport Beach California, I was lucky to have had the opportunity to see this beautiful Santa Catalina Island sunset.
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New Mexico State Capitol in Santa Fe: Land of Enchantment

Samantha ·
Samantha takes us to see one of America's newest and most unusual State Capitol buildings.
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The Getty Center, Los Angeles (Where Gumbo was #194)

DrFumblefinger ·
Gumbo was visiting the famous Getty Museum complex in West Los Angeles' Brentwood neighborhood. Famed for its beautiful architecture, wonderful art collection, magnificent gardens and stunning views of the Los Angeles skyline, it is one of the city's greatest tourist attractions.
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Florence, Italy: A city made for walking

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L has fallen in love with Florence, and its possibilities for walking.
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May 29, 2019: Farmaceutica Santa Maria Novella

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L shows us some of the classic equipment used to purify essential oils at the Pharmacia Santa Maria Novella in Florence
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The Basilica of Santa Maria Novella, Florence

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of his favorite church in Florence, Santa Maria Novella Basilica.
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Besides the Eiffel Tower, Here Are 9 Things France Has to Offer

Monica Albert (Guest) ·
Tired of the crowds in Paris? Monica Albert has several interesting suggestions for other fun activities in France (sponsored content)
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10 Top Rated Tourist Attractions to Explore in Chicago

Monica Albert (Guest) ·
Monica Albert offers ten top suggestions for things you should do in the Windy City of Chicago (sponsored content)
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Santiago de Cuba: Part 1, Introducing Cuba's history

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L took a photography tour while in Santiago de Cuba. Here is the first of two pieces about his trip through history.
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Top 5 Inclusive Resort Vacations

Monica A (Guest) ·
Looking for a luxurious all inclusive resort? Monica offers some suggests for you (sponsored content)
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Travel Back in Time: A History of 3 Religions in One Place

Monica A (Guest) ·
Monica provides historical and cultural reasons why you should visit the city of Jerusalem (sponsored content)
 
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