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Discussion in 'General Discussion | Travel' started by PSUhorty, Mar 30, 2012.
only because you are the expert of Bangkok
Yes, it is.
This building is now located some distance from where it was when it was built. You can give 1) the town it came from; 2) the nearest major city or 3) it's airport code. Any of those will do. In fact, if you get the country correct I'll consider that you really know or can quickly find, all the others so I'll call that correct.
Latvia, outside Riga
That was quicker than I thought it would be.
The Latvian OpenAir Ethnographic Museum is one of my all-time favorite museums, but I do recommend it for summer.
Correct! My favorite city in North America
I'll be there next month
I had a hard time choosing. I have a lot of very specific architectural pics that could be quite a challenge. This shouldn't be too bad.
Te toca a ti
Here ya'll go:
This is one of my favorite cities anywhere, thanks for posting it.
Or in Català as they say there: Et toca a tu
Mine as well. Amazing place that I plan to visit again and again. Though the Catala really gives my brain quite a workout.
Yes, view from Topkapi Palace.
Luckily for some of us both Català and Portuguese are quite closely related to Vulgar Latin, so native Portuguese speakers manage very confortably with only small acclimation, of course Castilian is not difficult either, but the accents aren't at all similar. None of this applies to me, of course, but Barcelona is still captivating for me.
As in the case for the above Riga quiz, if you can come up with the monastery name, nearest major city, or airport code for the following photo, you will be up!
Apologies, didin't mean to look grim in this photo, I was freezing my @ss off as it was a very cold December
This should be the Rila Monastery in Bulgaria
You are right Rila Monastery just outside Sofia, Bulgaria ... had too much Rakia the night before! You are next!