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Free walking tours around Copenhagen

Have you heard a story about Danish James Bond Thomas Sneum? Do you know his role in WWII?

Have you ever seen statues under the water in one of the canals next to the parlament? 111 more words


Make way for Marvellous Melbourne


Ahhhhh, Melbourne. According to The Economist, it is the world’s most liveable city in the last 3 years. Go around Melbourne and you will see why, not only is it liveable, it is alive in every aspect of the word.  86 more words


Boston - water everywhere walking tour 2

This is the second posting of photographs taken during the recent Mid Connecticut Boston walking tour. The first is here.

Before viewing the photographs, I would also like to invite you to visit the poetry blog, the  82 more words


The Heritage Trail

During my academic stint in the UK, I took every opportunity to take self-guided walking tours (READ:  In the Footsteps of Jane Austen and A Walking Tour of Oxford… 1,339 more words


Spirited Away

You like this kind of neighbourhood. Tumbledown buildings that somehow do the job. Deceptively ramshackle. They live and grow with the residents. Faded and clean. A sort of pride. 1,501 more words

Delivery time!

Longitude found! The book has been published, the exhibition has opened, and so far all is going pretty well. Although, of course, there are things I would have liked to have changed or tweaked, I am really pleased with how both look and with the message that is, by and large, coming across. 578 more words


Walking Tour: Brian Matthews tour of 'the Statues of O'Connell Street'

As part of our tour guide training we have been developing, researching, writing our own walking tours. Along with planning the route and researching content the guides are expected to develop a tour leaflet and research what market they would sell the tour to. 165 more words