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Remagen, Germany Makes Good Bike Base Camp If you'd like to explore the Rhine region of Germany by bike, the town of Remagen, Germany provides a good central location for basing your adventures. Th...
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Metz, France Starts the Moselle River Trail With so many incredible towns and cities located in Moselle River Valley, it's hard to decide where to start. Metz is a great place to start your trail a...
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Veloroute Charles le Temerarire This portion of the Moselle River Trail is known locally as the Veloroute Charles le Temerarire or the Charles Temaraire Bicycle Path. It is named after Duke Charles...
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Transportation Options in Paris Paris visitors have many options for getting around the town. Some are both functional and fun. Others are downright unrealistic. Let's take a brief look at each of ...
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From yesterdays ride through rural Nara.
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Thank-you for viewing Peter. The carvings are called Sekibutsu - http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/dosojin-stone-markers.shtml#sekibutsu and, in many cases, can be found in very-isolated places. I am impressed by them.
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Metz Bike Rental Program If you are visiting Metz, France, there's a good chance you don't have a bicycle. Well you're in luck. There's a bikeshare program in Metz called VeloMet that allows you to...
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Bike Trails in Hyde Park, Green Park & St. James Park For those of you who think the only good bike trails are in the mountains, it's time for you to meet some beautiful urban bike trails in th...
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Nara Mahoroba Cycle Ring
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Before you continue, check this link out - Now, if this doesn't convince you to place Nara on your "Must See" list when planning your Japan

50 Incredibly Weird Facts About the Human Body | The Nurse Nut
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The Nurse Nut is a blog that works to crack through the tough shell of nursing resources online to bring readers only the best. If you're nu

Rimutaka Cycle Trail a top adventure
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The Rimutaka Cycle Trail has been named one of the world'd hottest travel experiences.

Nicaragua Canal Trail
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Nicaragua Canal In December of 2014, work is scheduled to begin on the Nicaragua Canal, also known as the Nicaragua Grand Canal. This is a r

CrankPump hits Kickstarter - BikeRadar
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Innovative CO2 pump hidden in crank axle seeks crowd funding

Tanzania: Tarangire National Park
runningfrommoose.blogspot.com

(This is the fourth installment in a series about our self-drive safari to Tanzania. The next post will be about our camping experience ther

Defining images of Japan, Torii gates
muza-chan.net

From many points of view, Japan is a unique place and offers tourists many unique experiences. Some of these experiences, like sounds or mus

Trail Quote
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Trails are for Relaxing The trail is the thing. Not the end of the trail. Travel too fast, and you miss all that you are traveling for.

Simply beautiful Japanese scenes, Arashiyama bamboo groves
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I love visiting the bamboo grove of Arashiyama, I strolled along the trail many times and I was always fascinated by the magical atmosphere

Wild Camp in Barking Fox wood – Hertfordshire
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It was mid-July and so far I had enjoyed only one wild camp since the start of the year. And then, unannounced, a completely free weekend tu

Simply beautiful Japanese scenes, Taikobashi reflection
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As I wrote before, the symbolic role of the Shinto torii gates is to separate our world from the sacred world... In the case of the Sumiyosh

Sakura fubuki, cherry blossom snowfall
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Each part of the life of cherry blossoms has its charm: after the full-bloom perfection, the withering offers another moment of great natura

Old Gion Shidare Sakura
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The Japanese custom of hanami appeared long time ago, apparently during the Nara Period, so it has been practiced for at least 1300 years...

Photographing sakura
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Part of the charm of cherry blossoms is their very short lifespan... In the old times, the sakura trees and their flowers were glorified in

The cherry blossoms tunnel in Kyoto
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Many artworks representing Japan are featuring trains and cherry blossoms. And in some places, the association of trains and cherry trees is

Japanese castle viewed through cherry blossoms
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As I said before, the Japanese castles were more than military fortifications, they were also symbols of the ruler's wealth and power, many

Yozakura, Hanami special illumination
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Even after you visited a cherry blossom venue, there may still be something new to enjoy... because by night-time, the blooming sakura trees

The beauty of a single cherry tree
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The image of a group of cherry trees in full bloom is truly delightful... but sometimes, a single tree can be as charming as well. A single

Shidarezakura, weeping cherry trees
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There are many species of trees, over 200, generically called sakura, widely differing in the color and shape of the flower, shape of crown

Moriya-jinja is located on the Tokaido road, a road that was created over 500-years ago, that linked Naniwa (modern day Osaka) with Edo (modern day Tokyo). The shrine is located in the settlement surrounding the Ninose station, that connects Kyoto City with Kurama & Kibune.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
The history of this area dates-back to the 9th century. The shrine isn't big, but worth including in your itinerary when visiting the hamlet of Kumogahata.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Nothing could be a more tranquil location than Tenjin-jinja. With the many kilometers of paths in and around this area, this is an ideal location for a break before moving on.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Shrines don't come anymore isolated than this one. Tucked-away amongst the bush of rural Kamo,Ebisu-jinja is the ideal location to come for some peace-and-quiet.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Shrines don't come anymore isolated that this one. Takatsuki-jinja is camouflaged amongst a forest of bamboo and is quite easily missed.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
As-soon-as you enter this cafe, the odor of freshly-roasted coffee will greet you and, if the odor is anything to go by, then the taste will convince you that this is a great establishment providing a low cost menu. Whether it be a full meal or just a cake set, or whatever. This is casual dining at it's very best;the menu is written on brown note-paper.There is always nice music - not too loud as to distract you,and not too low so you can't hear - and a well stocked library in case you want something to read. It may be difficult to find but, I can guarantee, once you have found "about a coffee", it will be well worth your time.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is a great wee restaurant that is tucked-away along a side street, away from the busy traffic. The lunchtime and dinner menu's differ but,whatever time of day you come here,the service and food is excellent. Although I haven't yet experienced their evening meal, if it's anything like their lunch menu,I would say it top rate. Their lunch menu is a set price and you are allowed to select five different plates,from a menu of twenty,ranging from pasta,pizza,lasagna,salad,to name a few. All washed down with a nice glass of red wine.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago