Carnival of Cities for 31 December 2008
Welcome to the Happy New Year edition of the Carnival of Cities!
Normally I would have the entries neatly organized by continent, but, well, there seems to be some sort of festive holiday today that demands my attention….
Next week, we’ll host the first 2009 version of this blog carnival at the UpTake Attractions blog.
Check out the entire UpTake site for travel research/ideas; they are a startup company that is US-focused right now, but has plans for eventual world domination. 🙂
Come with us now to tour the globe in one blog post….
Michelle Snow presents Trafalgar Square in London: Free Historical and Artistic Attractions for Budget Travelers posted at Budget Vacations at Suite 101.
Kathy Torline presents HOHOHO, NORAD is following Santa from Colorado Springs posted at Colorado Springs Vintage Homes Blog.
The Smarter Wallet presents Paying for College: How To Pay For School On Your Own posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, “Paying for college (examples of how to do it) from Tulsa, Oklahoma.”
Andrew Edgington presents 10 Villas For Sale in Busot, Alicante, Spain posted at Campello Apartments, saying, “Discover Busot, a picturesque village that overflows with a unique tranquility and just 10 minutes from the Campello beach.”
Tom Tessin presents Things to do in Charleston, West Virginia posted at FAC Travel Blog, saying, “We travel around the globe and just got back from Charleston. See what we thought was the best to do!”
Jon Rochetti presents Tickets to Presidential Inaugural Balls – Part 1 – January 19, 2009 posted at The DC Traveler – Washington DC travel & tourism information, saying, “Here’s the first part of a 2-part listing of official and unofficial Inaugural Balls in Washington, DC, that will be celebrating the inauguration of the 44th President of the United State, Barack Obama.”
Ms. Smarty Pants presents Use Nashville as a Central Hub for a Civil War Tour of Tennessee posted at Ms. Smarty Pants Know It All, saying, “It’s not that well known, but Nashville is a great place for Civil War buffs.”
AdmirableIndia.com presents Trip to Kanyakumari: Chapter 8: Nagaraja Temple, Nagercoil posted at AdmirableIndia.com, saying, “City: Nagercoil”
That concludes this edition, and thanks for visiting on this last day of 2008.
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