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Zanzibar City, Tanzania — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

The 23rd entry into The Bolthole is here!

Room for rent on a house boat on the Indian Ocean in legendary Zanzibar. The simplicity of the accommodation (i.e.

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Monopoli, Italy — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

The 21st entry into The Bolthole is here!

View from an apartment for rent in Italy’s southern Bari province. Overlooking Monopoli’s harbor, the rooms also include a rooftop terrace with a 360 degree view of the city first settled in the 5th century BCE.

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Hồ Chí Minh City, Vietnam — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

Day Twenty’s entry into my writer’s scrapbook of “place,” The Bolthole, is here!

Room for rent on Bui Vien Street in the city formerly known as Saigon.

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Podpeč, Slovenia — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

Day Nineteen’s entry into The Bolthole is here! Click through, more than one pic this time.

15th century stone cottage for rent in the settlement of Podpeč, in Slovenia’s Littoral region.

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Uzès, France — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

Day Seventeen’s entry into The Bolthole is here!

Apartment for rent just off Uzès’ main town square, the Place aux Herbes. Located on the 2nd floor of a 16th century building, the rooms are only a few minutes away from the Cathedral Saint-Théodorit and the Jardin Medieval.

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São Paulo, Brazil — The Bolthole... a writer's scrapbook of "place."

Day Sixteen’s entry into The Bolthole is here!

Room for rent on the top floor of São Paulo’s iconic skyscraper, the Edifício Copan. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1952, and famous for its sinuous design, it is one of the largest buildings in Brazil and possesses its own postal code.

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São Paulo, Brazil

Room for rent on the top floor of São Paulo’s iconic skyscraper, the Edifício Copan. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1952, and famous for its sinuous design, it is one of the largest buildings in Brazil and possesses its own postal code. 15 more words

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