Arnhem, Gelderland, NL
National Park Hoge Veluwe is almost my extended back yard ;) You can find me there at least once a week, spotting wildlife, making hikes and taking photographs, or trail riding with my horses.
Fall is really a great time to visit the park! I love the crisp air and the colored leaves. The park's landscape really is unique and definitely worth a visit when you're in the Netherlands!
I've recently visited Belgium and the Netherlands - it was the most awesome trip ever! Both countries are amazing! So many unique things. If someone wants to travel somewhere - I would highly recommend these countries... especially in Autumn. You can see the larger version here:
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MAPPING SPECIAL PLACES. With a rich cultural, architectural, and culinary history, downtown Charleston—particularly the French Quarter—is one of my absolute favorite places on the planet! I love to wander the cobblestone streets and take in the beauty of the old buildings and ironwork. There are also alleyways and gardens around every turn...it's a never-ending visual feast of colors and textures that feeds my artistic soul!
I lived just outside Baltimore for a few years and worked in Inner Harbor. I’m now living back in the UK but miss this place! There is such an amazing collection of Museums and building all within walking distance of each other. This is a great vacation city full of culture, energy and amazing people!
“Queen of the Copper Camps”
Set in the Mule Mountains in Southeast Arizona near the border Bisbee boasts the longest highway tunnel in Arizona and what was (and may still be) the largest open pit mine in the world at 300 acres by 900 feet deep.
The Lowell area of Bisbee is slowly falling in to it.
There are also over 2,000 miles of mining tunnels under and around Bisbee.
I graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design many years ago. I wanted to share an illustrated map that could serve as a guide to students and tourists alike who want to explore some favorite spots in the historic district.
This place is special to me because it allows me to really experience what it means to be a Canadian. From the vast wildlife and foliage, to incredible sights in every direction you look, there is never a dull moment while exploring Banff National Park. The turquoise blue lakes are exceptionally picturesque. While the Rocky Mountains always offer challenging hikes that take me to new heights. Every trip brings new experiences, breathtaking views and unforgettable adventures. Downtown Banff has a delicious food scene and plenty of shops to spend hours perusing. There are plenty of activities for the young and old during any time of the year. This National Park is one of many Canadian treasures which I can’t get enough of!
My boyfriend Jim and I have been visiting the Lido di Venezia since the mid-90s! This year we took my sister Salli. We swam and cycled every day. We also took little trips into Venice (a 10-minute vaporetto ride away!) to visit the Biennale and see the sites.