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Colorado Springs is one of the most beautiful places to live!!! We are surrounded by so much beauty and get to gaze upon the majesty of Pikes Peak every single day. I never tire of it's beauty! Our beautiful landscape inspired the song "America the Beautiful".
Frankly, usually there isn't a lot going on in an Austrian village. The place I grew up in is all about the lake and the mountains surrounding it - and so is this map!
PS: You might know lake Wolfgangsee from the intro scenes of "The Sound of Music".
Although, should you ever meet a local, he or she probably wouldn't even know the movie :-)
Victoria is Canada's best kept secret. With the Pacific Ocean hugging all of the city, its lucky inhabitants have access to sandy beaches, incredible wildlife, a thriving harbour, seaside walks and glorious vistas of the Olympic Mountains in nearby Washington State. The temperate climate allows us to grow plants that can't be grown anywhere else in this icy, snowy country of ours. Spring is gradual and so beautiful, as the blossoming trees and flowers burst with colour and scent all over the city. Thanks for adopting me, Vic!
When I lived in Sydney, my favorite place was Taronga zoo! The Zoo has animal shows, keeper talks, and animal encounters all day!! The best way to arrive at the zoo is via ferry from Circular Quay. Once you arrive at the port, you can catch the rope way known as Sky Safari!! It gives you magnificent views of the zoo and the harbor. You can even camp in a safari tent in the zoo, so why not try the Roar and Snore!! Sleeping in the zoo is fantastic!!!!
Mundy Park is a 178 hectare park and habitat in a suburb of Vancouver, British Columbia. Its temperate rainforest is home to a variety of plants, trees, and creatures, big and small. Over the years, I've enjoyed visiting this park to jog the Perimeter Trail -- nature inspires creativity.
This is a map of my dog's adventures in Nehru Part, Budapest, Hugary. This is a place where me and my dog spend at least two hours everyday. There are many important places in the park (and thus the park deserves a proper map) - the dog perfectly knows where to look for a mud puddle, dead pigeons, her best buddies, where people eat and where we are going to play with the ball. What's nice about the map is that it can be used everywhere because wherever you go your puppy will do its best to check all the places/activities listed in the map. It's an ultimate map of dog's adventures (and yours as well especially after mud puddle bath)