Byteful Travel Blog Carnival #20 – 2013 September
Hello and welcome to the Byteful Travel Blog Carnival. I’d like to thank Andrew at Byteful Travel for allowing me to host another edition of the carnival. I’ve been a big fan and have always enjoyed participating in them. If you’re new to blog carnivals, they’re a smart way to discover new writers that you wouldn’t normally come across.
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Byteful Travel Blog Carnival #18 – 2013 May
First off I’d like to thank Andrew at Byteful Travel for allowing me to host this edition of the carnival. I’ve been a big fan and have participated in a few of them. If you’re new to blog carnivals, they’re a smart way to discover new writers that you wouldn’t normally come across. Read more
India offers you a host of exciting destinations for summer time travel, where you can enjoy seeing the beautiful sights in captivatingly cool and pleasant weather.
Srinagar – Jammu & Kashmir
One of the most popular tourist attractions in India, Srinagar is famous for its timeless natural beauty and enchanting ‘Shikara’ or houseboat rides in the picturesque Dal Lake. You can buy traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and soft Pashmina shawls.
There are some sports and pastimes which are highly enjoyable, and which allow participants to enjoy a pleasant hour or two of distraction. They can help to pass a little time with friends and like-minded individuals, and of course they may incur a little light-hearted banter along the way. There is one sport, however, which above all others can induce an almost obsessive passion in players of all ages and from all walks of life. Read more
Bahrain comprises of 35 islands covering an area of 660 sq. km, its capital is Manama. Bahrain Island (560 sq. km) is the largest whose capital Manama is situated on its northern end. Read more
Whether you are going on a short weekend trip, a fortnight in the sun or are planning on an extended break to see more of the world, making sure you have enough cash to keep you going whilst you are away is essential. Read more
The historic city of Chicago, Illinois is known for being home to some of the best restaurants and most monumental sights in the country. With a diverse culinary scene and several landmarks, you can be sure a trip to Chicago would be unforgettable. As you read this article, you’ll learn more about Chicago and what makes it so attractive.
Edinburgh is a fantastic place to visit and one of Europe’s most historic and picturesque cities. Suitable for short breaks and longer holidays alike it will be sure to delight all age ranges and types of groups Read more
One of the principal attractions for visitors to the South of France is the great history that was made in the region and the way it continues to shape the landscape and architecture.
Having seen the country through territorial disputes, civil war and events of great importance to the country’s heritage, the South of France bears many of the fruits of great progress in the form of castles and towns built up from medieval times. It also has its fair share of battlefields that scar the countryside and continue to be a tribute to the dead sons of this area.
Take a browse through some of our suggestions and get inspired to hit the historical trail around the South of France.
Medieval armies through Lot-et-Garonne
Around the region known as the Pays Angenais in the south of the Lot-et-Garonne you will find a little collection of villages and small towns with their roots in medieval times that would have seen the progress of the armies of Charlemagne, King of the Franks. During his rule in the 8th century, his conquering armies forged out through the south of France to central Europe where he considerably expanded his kingdom throughout the course of his reign. Read more
Spain is home to some of the most enchanting cities in the world. The country’s rich history and lively culture make it one of the most visited countries in Europe. Read more