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Widescreen (1920×1200) | Standard Size (1600×1200) | Standard Size (1280×1024) | iPhone 4 | iPad This month’s wallpaper is of a broken windmill in Belogradchik, Bulgaria

Win a One Year Boingo Global Account and Help Build a School in Zambia

It is that time of year again. Time for the Passports with Purpose program to kickoff. Last year travel bloggers helped build a village in India. This year they will be building a library in Zambia. The program is pretty simple. For every $10 donation you make to PwP you can get put into a […]

UNESCO World Heritage Site #162: Bauhaus and its Sites in Weimar and Dessau

From the World Heritage inscription: The Bauhaus is an outstanding example of the Modern Movement, which revolutionized artistic and architectural thinking and practice in the 20th century, and in particular of the progressive architectural concepts of the Jugendstil. In 1919 the Schools of Art and of Applied Arts of the Grand Duchy of Saxony were […]

UNESCO World Heritage Site #161: Classical Weimar

From the World Heritage inscription: The high artistic quality of the public and private buildings and parks in and around the town testify to the remarkable cultural flowering of the Weimar classical period. Enlightened ducal patronage attracted many of the leading writers and thinkers in Germany, such as Goethe, Schiller and Herder, to Weimar in […]

Monday Travel Update – Holyhead, Wales

The last week has been much less stressful than the previous week. I flew from Berlin to Liverpool where I stayed for three nights at the Hotel Indigo. I mostly spent my time catching up on work, enjoying the warm(er) weather and doing a bit of exploration of the waterfront area. I also got a […]

UNESCO World Heritage Site #160: Wartburg Castle

From the World heritage inscription: The Castle of Wartburg is an outstanding monument of the feudal period in central Europe. It is rich in cultural associations, most notably its role as the place of exile of Martin Luther, who composed his German translation of the New Testament there. It is also a powerful symbol of […]

This Week In Travel – Episode 101

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UNESCO World Heritage Site #159: Cologne Cathedral

From the World Heritage inscription: Cologne Cathedral, constructed over more than six centuries, has an exceptional intrinsic value and contains artistic masterpieces. It is a powerful testimony to the strength and persistence of Christian belief in medieval and modern Europe. Christians met for worship in a private house in Roman Cologne near the city wall. […]

The Sour Toe Cocktail Club

Drink it fast or drink it slow, your lips must touch the toe – Recited before entry into the club carry only a few things in my wallet: a credit card, my drivers license and some of my frequent flyer cards. There is one other thing I carry with me. Something that I’m extremely proud […]

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