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danny @ 09/ 18/ 2012
A visit to Sydney would be incomplete without visiting the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge. Recorded as the largest steel arch bridge, the Sydney Harbor Bridge stands 134 meters above the Sydney harbor. For tourists, the bridge, the Sydney harbor and the Sydney Opera House become the iconic image of Sydney and visiting these three attractions is a must.
Explorer @ 09/ 08/ 2012
Beautiful waterfalls near the town of Thika make a great stopover while on safari.
cwo3ward @ 08/ 31/ 2012
The first opera opening night was in 1778!
cwo3ward @ 08/ 31/ 2012
Piazza San Marco is the square outside of the Doges Palace and St. Mark's Cathedral. This square has seen a lot of history and is grand and a very romantic at night. A great place to watch people, listen to music and enjoy a drink and maybe a meal.
Weilan @ 07/ 21/ 2012
Watch a car (or YOUR car) being delivered in this state-of-the-art facility.
cwo3ward @ 07/ 14/ 2012
The Last Supper must have been magnificent in it's day. It has been through a lot over the years.
cwo3ward @ 07/ 14/ 2012
Lenin's Tomb is located in Red Square and is guarded by the Red Army.
cwo3ward @ 07/ 14/ 2012
Westminster Abbey is most recently the church where Prince William and Catherine Middleton were married.
cwo3ward @ 07/ 10/ 2012
The castle is immense. It's a long walk to go through the center of the castle and then circle back through the park.
cwo3ward @ 07/ 01/ 2012
This is an amazing piece of Venetian history. Cross over the bridge to the prison and you'll see why it's aptly named.
cwo3ward @ 06/ 26/ 2012
The Campanile has a long, interesting history in St. Marks Square.
cwo3ward @ 06/ 26/ 2012
St. Mark's is a stunning mixture of styles, history and decoration. It's one of the most interesting churches you'll find anywhere!
cwo3ward @ 06/ 24/ 2012
The Palace columns on the outside of the building are sinking into the sand as the piazza is raised to keep out the water!
cwo3ward @ 06/ 24/ 2012
The Rialto Bridge is the first bridge that spanned the Grand Canal.
cwo3ward @ 06/ 24/ 2012
The museum is a labor of love. Peggy Guggenheim wanted to assemble her collection here in Venice.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 24/ 2012
The Ferry Building has been restored and is now used for restaurants, offices and ferry service!
cwo3ward @ 05/ 24/ 2012
San Francisco' Palace of the Legion of Honor has its roots in France, on the left bank of the Seine River.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 24/ 2012
The California Academy of Sciences was founded in 1853 and has grown to be a 21st century museum.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
Here you have a museum that allows you to play with the exhibits and experience them! And it's a brand new facility to boot!
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
There are lots of things to do at Pier 39. You'll like all the shopping and the sea lions. It's also a short walk to Fisherman's Wharf.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
Dedicated to Walt Disney by his heirs, the museum is a tribute to his lifetime of achievements.
Petal @ 05/ 19/ 2012
Finland's Santa Claus Village is the most popular (over the villages in Sweden and Norway, that is).
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
Fisherman's Wharf is actually spread out over a fairly large area and has become a very popular tourist area.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
The Cathedral (as it is now) was built in 1964. Started in the Gold Rush period, the church suffered through the 1906 earthquake.
cwo3ward @ 05/ 19/ 2012
Lombard Street is crooked and steep and a lot of fun to drive down. If you're in San Francisco, you should make the short journey and get some pictures and video!

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