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Vulcano is an island of Eolie's archipelago, consisting of seven islands : Alicudi, Filicudi, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Vulcano and Lipari. Vulcano together with Stromboli is an active volcano. All the seven islands are a well known turist destination. Around the crater and under the sea close to the arbour are active fumaroles that give out sulphur's gasses.
A map that shows the route of the Canalway Bicycle Trail across New York State. The map also features a number of fun things to do and see along the trail.
Took a week long relaxing family road trip beyond Sydney with my husband and toddler son. We had lots of fun staying over at quirky accommodations and discovering good eats and sights along the way.
At the start of 2017 my partner and I bought our first home- a narrowboat. We spent the summer perusing the waterways of the UK including cruising to the source of the great river. Most people will only recognise 'the Thames' as the vast river which flows through central London. Far away from the city, the river takes on a very different persona, it is wild and full of life. I created this map to communicate the importance of the river to the wildlife and many towns it passes.
A map of one of my favourite local motorcycle routes. Not an exotic island, but lots of wonderful sights & smells! I love exploring rural roads, rolling hills & lots of winding roads, which are great fun on a motorcycle! Then toss in the smell of fresh cut hay, rivers & lakes and wood-fires on chilly mornings or evenings, it's one of my favourite routes! I'm very fortunate to step out my door, onto my bike and within 10 minutes, I'm riding some great rural fun roads!
When my husband got a new job, we put our things and our dog into a moving truck and across the country from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, to Fresno, California. It's a trip of over 2,700 miles, and I realized we were going to go through a number of state capitals on the way, so we stopped to see them. This map documents our trip, including some things we saw (and maybe some things we probably didn't see).
Visited this amazing piece of 'heaven on earth' last summer for the first time...went all out, took a cruise from Montreal, then spent a week (which was not enough time) exploring this treasure. If you want sandy beaches, and warm water, and great seafood..oh my this is the place...you can literally walk for miles on sandy, squeaking, singing beaches!! These are French islands, and the culture, the food, the sights are outstanding. I think this is the greatest place in Canada, and I've been coast to coast a few times!! You can only get here by plane or ferry/cruise!! it's that isolated, but soooooooooo worth it!