Online Travel Guide:Carnival of Cities for 2 December 2010

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Find information before your trip from quality travel guides, travel reviews and travel articles on Asia, Europe, Australia and all destinations around the world.Welcome to the December 2, 2010 edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we tour the world in a single blog post.  We were supposed to publish yesterday but ran into some technical glitches; thanks for your patience. Thanks as well to the host of the previous edition on Byteful


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Welcome to the December 2, 2010 edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we tour the world in a single blog post.  We were supposed to publish yesterday but ran into some technical glitches; thanks for your patience.

Thanks as well to the host of the previous edition on Byteful Travel, and the next host is Sheila’s Guide to the Good Stuff on Wednesday, December 15.

If you’d like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog (December 29 is open) please contact me at Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com. Thanks!

Off we go….

Cities in the Americas
Tampa, Florida, USA Traci Suppa presents World’s Largest Spanish Restaurant, Tampa, FL posted at Go BIG or Go Home, saying, “As we discovered on a recent “date night,” the world’s largest Spanish restaurant is not in Spain at all. The 105-year old Columbia Restaurant is the jewel of Ybor City, the Cuban enclave in Tampa, FL.”

New York, New York, USA Jennifer Miner presents Thanksgiving Parade Floats and Balloon Pictures posted at The Vacation Gals, saying, “Here are some great photographs of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.”

Havana, Cuba Katherina presents La Habana Vieja, Cuba posted at 100MILES HIGHWAY, saying, “Pictures and Impressions of La Havana, Cuba.”

Portland, Oregon, USA Rachel Center presents Keep Portland Weird posted at Balance and Blueberries, saying, “Keep Portland weird (and awesome)! A tourist’s look at Portland and the surrounding area.”

Fort Myers, Florida, USA Kara Williams presents Things to Do in Fort Myers, Florida posted at The Vacation Gals .

Detroit, Michigan, USA Dominique King presents “The Thinker” ponders life in Detroit posted at Midwest Guest, saying, “This casting of Rodin’s iconic statue, “The Thinker”, surveys the Woodward Avenue scene from his prominent perch in front of the Detroit Institute of Arts”

Mendoza, Argentina Timothy Scott presents A Decadent Symphony of Wine and Food in Mendoza, Argentina – Luxury Wine Tour posted at Luxury Latin America Blog, saying, “Eating and drinking for days in Mendoza, Argentina.”

Cities in Europe
Bude, Cornwall, UK Jack Norell presents Leopallooza Festival in Bude, Cornwall posted at Eyeflare – Travel Articles and Tips, saying, “Leopallooza Festival is now in it’s 5th year, after starting out as a summer get together for a group of friends in 2006. A couple of touring bands heard about this, showed up, and it’s all gone from there. In 2010, there were 2,000 people selling out all tickets in advance.”

Maastricht, the Netherlands Keith Kellett presents Maas Cruise posted at Travelrat’s Travels.

Madrid, Spain Tim Freeman presents New Madrid and Old Madrid posted at Madrileño Americano, saying, “This post addresses Madrid, Spain and the differing faces of its northern and southern districts.”

That concludes this edition, and thank you for visiting.

Please submit your (ONE, non-spammy) blog post to the next edition of the Carnival of Cities using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


Welcome to the December 2, 2010 edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we tour the world in a single blog post.  We were supposed to publish yesterday but ran into some technical glitches; thanks for your patience.

Thanks as well to the host of the previous edition on Byteful Travel, and the next host is Sheila’s Guide to the Good Stuff on Wednesday, December 15.

If you’d like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog (December 29 is open) please contact me at Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com. Thanks!

Off we go….

Cities in the Americas
Tampa, Florida, USA Traci Suppa presents World’s Largest Spanish Restaurant, Tampa, FL posted at Go BIG or Go Home, saying, “As we discovered on a recent “date night,” the world’s largest Spanish restaurant is not in Spain at all. The 105-year old Columbia Restaurant is the jewel of Ybor City, the Cuban enclave in Tampa, FL.”

New York, New York, USA Jennifer Miner presents Thanksgiving Parade Floats and Balloon Pictures posted at The Vacation Gals, saying, “Here are some great photographs of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.”

Havana, Cuba Katherina presents La Habana Vieja, Cuba posted at 100MILES HIGHWAY, saying, “Pictures and Impressions of La Havana, Cuba.”

Portland, Oregon, USA Rachel Center presents Keep Portland Weird posted at Balance and Blueberries, saying, “Keep Portland weird (and awesome)! A tourist’s look at Portland and the surrounding area.”

Fort Myers, Florida, USA Kara Williams presents Things to Do in Fort Myers, Florida posted at The Vacation Gals .

Detroit, Michigan, USA Dominique King presents “The Thinker” ponders life in Detroit posted at Midwest Guest, saying, “This casting of Rodin’s iconic statue, “The Thinker”, surveys the Woodward Avenue scene from his prominent perch in front of the Detroit Institute of Arts”

Mendoza, Argentina Timothy Scott presents A Decadent Symphony of Wine and Food in Mendoza, Argentina – Luxury Wine Tour posted at Luxury Latin America Blog, saying, “Eating and drinking for days in Mendoza, Argentina.”

Cities in Europe
Bude, Cornwall, UK Jack Norell presents Leopallooza Festival in Bude, Cornwall posted at Eyeflare – Travel Articles and Tips, saying, “Leopallooza Festival is now in it’s 5th year, after starting out as a summer get together for a group of friends in 2006. A couple of touring bands heard about this, showed up, and it’s all gone from there. In 2010, there were 2,000 people selling out all tickets in advance.”

Maastricht, the Netherlands Keith Kellett presents Maas Cruise posted at Travelrat’s Travels.

Madrid, Spain Tim Freeman presents New Madrid and Old Madrid posted at Madrileño Americano, saying, “This post addresses Madrid, Spain and the differing faces of its northern and southern districts.”

That concludes this edition, and thank you for visiting.

Please submit your (ONE, non-spammy) blog post to the next edition of the Carnival of Cities using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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