Welcome to the Carnival of Cities blog carnival, where we tour the world in a single post, via submissions from a variety of different blogs, all about any aspect of one, single city or fair-sized town.
The Blog Carnival administration site now requires you to set up a free login account before submitting a post. This is rather a pain, but I hope it helps cut down on the not-insignificant number of spam submissions which are only looking for link-building rather than also sharing good content and community-building.
The previous Carnival edition was hosted on the Perceptive Travel Blog, and it will return there on October 10.
If you would like to host a future Carnival edition on your blog, please contact me as the Carnival organizer: Sheila “at” sheilascarborough “dot” com.
Off we go!
Cities in Europe
Qaqortoq, Greenland Hjörtur Smárason presents Life in Qaqortoq, South Greenland posted at Raving Ravens (loved this one about a place I’d never considered visiting.)
Istanbul, Turkey MummyT presents The Other Side of the Spice Bazaar: Istanbul Animal and Flower Market posted her brand-new site EscapeArtistes. Includes puppies, cactus, leeches and saffron.
Toulouse, France Nancy Brown presents Insider Tips for Things to See and Do in Toulouse, France posted at Nancy D Brown, saying, “Have you traveled to the south of France? Travel Writer Nancy D. Brown shares insider tips to Toulouse.”
London, United Kingdom The “the grizzly/gristly bits….” gr_glc presents St John Restaurant Smithfield posted at GLC (Gentlemans Luncheon Club) Blog, saying, “St. Johns restaurant review in Smithfield, London.”
Prague, Czech Republic David Bar presents Where To Go Out in Prague posted at Barwhiz Blog, saying, “Although Prague is famous for its extraordinary number of museums and historical attractions, it’s also home to 800 pubs and nightclubs – the perfect choice for a city break with an exciting nightlife.”
London, United Kingdom Dave L presents The Greatest Olympics Ever? posted at Harbor to Harbour.
Cities in Asia
Cities in the Americas
Fortaleza, Brazil Angela presents Delicious and healthy, taste tapioca with me in Fortaleza (VIDEO) posted at Chasing The Unexpected. This is NOT your usual tapioca pudding.
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA Foxy presents Vegas – M Resort and LAX Night Club posted at The Golden Fox Girl. After this, I need to get a shiny blue top. And more high-heeled shoes.
Tunica, Mississippi, USA A cool blues tweetup October 3 in the Delta (hashtag is #BluesTweetUp) – Lisa Konupka presents Super Chikan and Zak Hood Free Concert in Tunica posted at Down the Road in Tunica MS Blog.
Hartville, Ohio, USA Danielle gets her gourd on at a northeast Ohio farm, in Kingsway Pumpkin Farm Review and Ticket Giveaway posted at Find Time for Fun – Family Friendly Fun in Northeast Ohio.
Nashville, Tennessee, USA Andy Hayes includes banana and Nutella French toast pancakes in his Foodie’s Guide to Nashville, Tennessee posted at Sharing Travel Experiences, saying, “From coffee to cold brews…”
Stowe, Vermont, USA David Leonhardt includes the Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard in Stowe Vermont in Pictures posted at World Vacations Travel Blog, saying, “An offbeat pictorial visit to Stowe, Vermont, and the surrounding area.”
Boston, Massachusetts, USA Mary T presents Three Best Boston Walks for Teens and Tweens posted at Travel With Teens and Tweens, saying, “Boston is a highly walkable city with parks and promenades opening up pedestrian access to many parts of the city. Teens and tweens are the perfect age to enjoy Boston’s more ambitious walks including these three of our favorites.”
Canton, Ohio, USA Kathy Gray presents Nickajack Farms Fall Festival = Loads of Family Fun posted at What’s Happening in Canton/Stark County, Ohio, saying, “Nickajack Farms, just 20 minutes west of Canton, Ohio, offers loads of family fun this fall during their annual Fall Festival. Running through the end of October, families can play arcade style games with real pumpkins, stroll through the petting zoo, learn fun farm facts with hands-on activities in the Discovery Barn, take a hayride and more.”
That concludes this edition, and thanks very much for visiting and supporting the Carnival.
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