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Xiamen China - private day tour Xiamen tourist guide:known for its tulou clusters, ancient circular buildings built by rural Hakka Chinese communities centuries ago. Visit a few of these remarkable Chinese landmarks and immerse yourself in the life and rhythms of rural China, far from the crowded Xiamen city streets
Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo (Aug)
Calling it a night....................
Zhouzhuang - "the Venice of the East"
Tag Your It!! That was the end of Round 10, next topic is up to you!!
Why am I waiting?
Thank you for yet another ambush!
Here is a very vague one then: Thoroughfares
A= Alpine Pass
Hee, Hee, Hee
Bering Strait (is a strait of the Pacific, which separates Russia and the United States slightly south of the Arctic Circle at about 65° 40' N latitude. The present Russia-US east-west boundary is at 168° 58' 37" W. The Strait is named after Vitus Bering, an explorer in the service of the Russian Empire)
With the Arc de Triomphe at one end, the Place de la Concord at the other, and a slew of high and low end stores, theaters, bars and restaurants that adorn either side of this sweeping, tree-lined boulevard of Paris, is it any wonder that it’s one of the most famous boulevards in the world? It’s even got a classy McDonald’s. Hear “McDonald’s” with a French accent and it changes your ideas about Big Macs
Donner Pass (is a mountain pass in the northern Sierra Nevada, above Donner Lake about 9 miles west of Truckee, California. Like the Sierra Nevada mountains themselves, the pass has a steep approach from the east and a gradual approach from the west)
Taking a break...................