Carnival of Travel Guide #11

Sunday, March 16, 2008 at 8:30am by admin

Greetings! Welcome to the 11th edition of the Carnival of Travel Guide. We have selected 14 posts for this edition. Here you go:

Amy @ The Q Family presents Five Find for Friday – Budget Travel posted at The Q Family Adventure.

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Planning To Travel With Friends? Are You Sure That’s Wise? posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog. A humorous contract for those who dare to travel with friends.

Theodore Pappas presents Scared to Visit Israel? (D.C. is Scarier!) posted at Britannica Blog. A post on the beauty of Israel and how Israel is actually safer for tourists than some parts of the U.S.

Jul presents Munich’s Starkbierfest: like a tavern, only bigger posted at Europe String. Munich’s other beer festival, the Starkbierfest, takes place during Lent each year.

Christine presents How the Declining Dollar Affects European Travel posted at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.

Joshua Seth presents Can’t Sleep in Hotels? Try This Travel Tip… posted at Joshua Seth Blog. “Here’s a quick tip to help you get a better night’s sleep on your next business trip or vacation. It seems that no matter how nice the hotel is, when you pull the certain closed there’s always…”

Jeff presents Shows, Museums, and Theaters Open Year Round posted at Branson Travel Attractions.

Karen Bryan presents Free Berlin walking tours posted at Europe A La Carte Blog.

Laura Milligan presents Lost and Found: 12 Ancient Cities Rediscovered posted at Travelhacker.

Veteran Military Wife presents From the Inside…of the Mind of an Airline Gate Agent posted at Life Lessons of a Military Wife. Get inside the mind of an airline gate agent!

Alex M presents What Everybody Should Remember Travelling To Russia posted at Discover Eastern Europe: Russia, Ukraine, Belarus.

Andrew Edgington presents Northern Cyprus In Spring posted at Cyprus Informer. North Cyprus provides a most hospitable welcome, with its friendly people, and its beautiful natural attractions, unspoilt, unpolluted and uncrowded. With miles of coastline and golden sands bathed in sunshine almost every day of the year.

Ruth Mitchell presents Cirque du Soleil – Art in Motion posted at Buy Outside the Box. Available in a number of cities worldwide, Cirque du Soleil, is truly a unique and mesmerizing experience.

MBB presents List Of Credit Card Foreign Currency Transaction Fees posted at Money Blue Book. Be mindful of foreign currency fees from overseas card transactions.

That concludes this edition. Next edition of this carnival will be hosted here on March 22, 2008. Submit your blog articles using our blog carnival submission form.


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