Welcome to this edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we take you around the world with one blog post.
The next edition is scheduled for July 15 and will be hosted on the Perceptive Travel blog.
If you’d like to host this bi-weekly (fortnightly) blog carnival, let me know via email to sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com.
Off we go….
Cities in the Americas
Seabrook (near Houston) Texas, USA Julie Pippert presents Discovering Seabrook, a charming coastal town just outside Houston posted at Being Savvy Houston, saying, “Get to know Seabrook, Texas, a charming coastal town southeast of Houston with tons of great outdoor activities on land or water, and delicious dining.”
Washington, DC, USA minnemom presents Washington, DC, Travel with Kids: The U.S. Arboretum posted at Travels with Children.
San Francisco, California, USA Antonia Malchik presents Being a gourmand in San Francisco on a budget: head to the Ferry Building Marketplace posted at Perceptive Travel Blog.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA Amy @ The Q Family presents 5 Family Fun for July 4th Celebration Around Atlanta posted at Atlanta With Kid Travel Blog.
Washington, DC, USA Jon presents Top 10 US Summer Vacation Hot Spots & Top 10 Reasons to Visit Washington, DC posted at The DC Traveler, saying, “Here are ten great reasons why Washington, DC made the American Society of Travel Agents’ Top Ten list as a Top Summer Destination.”
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Jacqulyn Richey presents Las Vegas Housing Market: Foreclosures Down, Sales Up posted at Las Vegas Real Estate News, saying, “Despite the media’s portrait of doom and gloom, the Las Vegas real estate market and economy are showing signs of recovery.”
Cities in Europe
London, United Kingdom William Wallace presents Sanctuary In The Heart Of London For The Weary Traveller posted at London Is Cool.
Milan (Milano) Italy elena raptopoulos presents Icebound: Gelateria/bar posted at La Bella Città, saying, “From city pictures to aperitivo reviews, this is a blog about Milano from the inside. Not a tourist site… just a site for the people living or visiting the city.”
Cities in Asia
That concludes this edition, and thanks very much for visiting.
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