Carnival of Cities for 1 October 2008
Welcome to this edition of the Carnival of Cities, and thank you for visiting.
We have some GREAT hosts lined up for the rest of the month:
Send ’em your (one, non-spammy) blog post about any aspect of a SINGLE city – thanks!
Here are this week’s offerings:
Larry Bleiberg presents So You Want to Live in … Anacortes – CoastalLiving.com posted at Shore Trips, saying, “What it’s like to live in this pretty Washington state town.”
Serena Makofsky presents Oaxaca Appreciation Day posted at Have You Seen the Dog Lately?, saying, “When you move to a foreign country, you must endeavor to not be overtaken by the mundane daily tasks that can make even the most exotic locale tedious.”
farsighted fly girl presents Aromatic String posted at Farsighted Fly Girl, saying, “This post explores a vivid journey through Rio de Janeiro and live samba music in the city’s Lapa nightlife district.”
Jon Rochetti presents New 9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon posted at The DC Traveler, saying, “The new 9/11 Memorial on the Pentagon represents those who lost their lives on American Airlines Flight 77 as well as inside the building itself.”
Debbie Dubrow presents Chicago With Kids: Rain, Rain Go Away! posted at Delicious Baby, saying, “A story about why dragging kids through a downpour in Chicago isn’t necessarily so torturous after all…”
Bridget Smith presents Swept Away by Wild Rivers posted at Family Adventure Guidebooks, saying, “My nine year old had so much fun at the Wild Rivers Waterpark he was ready to move to Irvine, California!”
That concludes this edition.