Carnival of Cities for 5 March 2009
Welcome to the March 5, 2009 edition of the Carnival of Cities, where we tour the world in one blog post, through the eyes and words of contributing bloggers.
Last week we were hosted on the UpTake Attractions blog – thanks, UpTake!
This carnival was scheduled for yesterday (it usually posts on Wednesdays) so I apologize for the delay.
Off we go….
Cities in the Americas
Tallahassee, Florida, USA Joe Manausa presents A Small But Significant Shift In The Housing Market posted at Really Better Real Estate, saying, “One key trend to pay attention to in any local real estate market is the movement of the sales success trend. What this measures is the total number of home sold divided by the total of homes listed (put on the market) during the same period of time.”
Lima, Peru Heatheronhertravels presents Joanne’s cycle tour of Lima – in Peru posted at Heather on her travels, saying, “Read how Joanne took a cycling tour of the Peruvian capital, Lima, and saw the city from a different angle, taking in olive groves, an ancient adobe pyramid and a statue with a llama on its head.”
Cities in Asia
Jaipur, India Mara Gorman presents Mondays are for dreaming: Jaipur, India posted at The Mother of All Trips, saying, “The author share photos and dreams about taking her children on a trip to India’s famed “Pink City.””
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Sigrid Landau presents Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Sightseeing Tour Pass Gets You Around KL Effortlessly And Cheaply posted at A1 How To, saying, “The Malaysia tourism promotion makes it comfortable for tourists to access the many major tourist spots in Kuala Lumpur within one day.”
Cities in Europe
Barcelona, Spain ivanisko presents A Report from Barcelona posted at Bookstore Guide, saying, “We recently posted our latest report from our summer road trip – report from Barcelona – which offers our impressions of the local anglophone bookstore scene. The cities we covered previously include Brussels, Paris and Madrid.”
That concludes this edition, and thanks for visiting.
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