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Can you guess which house I once lived in? This is every house on the west side of Neil Avenue between 1st and 2nd Avenue. The whole leafy neighborhood is full of 100+ year old brick Victorians.
North Sydney is often missed due to all the excitement in Sydney City. It's a great place to live and to visit. Crows Nest is always buzzing with live music, great food and interesting people. They have yearly festivals also including Blues Point Rd & Milsons Point. It's a great place to be on NYE for its prominent views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House fire works. Next time you take a trip to Sydney Australia, don't forget to check out the other side of the Harbour Bridge; North Sydney :)
For your next trip to Venice I highly suggest staying on Lido! You can bike and swim everywhere. It's like a big, beautiful, tropical Italian paradise. And, if you must go to Venice, it's only a 12 minute vaporetto ride away, but trust, one taste of Lido and you might not need Venice! Here is my hotel recommendation for those of you within a budget (http://www.hotelvillaparco.com/).
Rourkela, the steel city of Orissa, India. It is cleanest and friendliest of all places. I grew up here and spent my childhood days. And now when I am far from my city, I miss it badly more than ever! And for everyone who loves traveling..this place is worth a visit!!
Miklósvár is quaint, quiet, and surrounded by Transylvanian forests and fields. The food is hearty, the people are warm, and their way of life puts family and friends above most everything else.
Olney is a town with a rich history including; lace-making, a Pancake race dating back to 1445 as well as being home to John Newton
Newton was a slave abolitionist and wrote many hymns including "Amazing Grace". He is even featured in the Gospel Music Hall of fame.