Travelinter is for the interaction among backpackers and travelers. Users of Travelinter can share any sort of information by posting questions, answers, stories, photos, travel tips, travel advice, recommendations, informational links, etc...... You wouldn't need to go around to find travel information anymore. Sometimes a piece of information makes a big difference! You feel like you are travelling solo, but you are constantly followed by your inner-self whom you never met before. -The walking monk from facebookThe Venice Canals in LA, not in Venice The Venice Canals are not an official park, but the neighborhood makes them feel like one. Too poor to go to Venice, Italy? Then come here. Not too far from the Venice Boardwalk, the canals offers a unique backdrop for the urban photographer. It is filled with beautiful bridges and ritzy homes. it's also a cute little place for a dThe Met Cloisters. It is a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It's like a medieval castle plopped down in Manhattan. Awesome views of the Hudson River. The focus is on medieval art but the numerous religious pieces give it a strong spiritual feel as well. A very intimate and relaxing place. The architectonic of the building is awesome, and the park (Fort Tyron) wHow to Get from Rome to the Amalfi Coast and Sorrento. There are a few options. Visit the blog page below and find all the options! To get from Rome to Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, you'll first need to take a train from Rome to Naples. Then take the private Circumvesuviana train to Sorrento on the Amalfi Peninsula. To get to the Circumvesuviana Garibaldi Station iBryce Canyon map Common Name (preferred): Arches Geologic Name: Windows Size Range: 3-60 ft. (1-19m) in diameter Formation Name: Claron Formation Rock Age: Most common in sedimentary rock. At Bryce often seen in the Limestone of the Claron Formation. Famous Examples: Natural Bridge & Wall of Windows St. Patrick's Day is celebrated in many countries, especially in the United States. Many see St Patrick's Day as an excuse to drink endless pints of Guinness while wearing a green wig. It is a day associated with all things Irish. But St Patrick was Scottish. Follow the link and find 12 other facts you probably didn't know about the patron saint of Ireland. Interesting article about the Blue Train. The Blue Train ran from the Gare de Lyon to Ventimiglia or Sanremo in Italy, but Nice was the principal destination and appeared as below. The poster is Lady killer: the dust jacket of The Mystery of the Blue Train, 1928. 'The first is taking possession of your sleeping compartment, accommodation described as a “little den” in TAmsterdam canal facts. Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands, has more than one hundred kilometres of canals, about 90 islands and 1,500 bridges. The three main canals, Herengracht, Prinsengracht, and Keizersgracht, dug in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age, form concentric belts around the city, known as the Grachtengordel. - wiki Cool little art project. It's kind of out of the way and not near much of anything. It is in a residential area and this makes it somewhat weirder for being just in a residential neighborhood. But It's funny how sometimes the most simple things are the most enjoyable and beautiful. The Chandelier Tree is a perfect example of this. You'll feel a little bit like you're in WThe Dubai garden miracle showcases a wide variety of different flowers that are arranged in different shapes. This 18 acre garden uses 200,000 gallons of water a day (757,082 liters). Most of the water is recycled through a unique sub-surface irrigation system. The garden has already earned itself a Guinness World Record. It features the world’s largest vertical garden, Malacca Straits Mosque With its beautiful tree-lined streets and classic stooped townhomes the West Village has long attracted celebrities like Sarah Jessica Parker and Julianne Moore. Quality shops, bars, and restaurants line the blocks and you’re bound to spot a celebrity going about their everyday business unbothered by the residents who are used to seeing them around.The northern New England road trip(330-mile long), from Boston to Bar Harbor and some suggested stop over. Did you know the Maine coastline is more than 3,500 miles and it is longer than the California coast! Check out the link below you can find some more details.Tsugaru Railway Stove Train A coal potbelly stove is placed in this train, which has a nostalgic atmosphere with wooden window frames and floors. The Tsugaru Railway Line is line in Aomori Prefecture running between Tsugaru Goshogawara Station and Tsugaru Nakazato Station. It's a 45 minute ride with a total distance of 20.7 km (12.8 miles)Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Milan This glass-roofed arcade is near the Duomo. The mall is home to some of the region's oldest shops, as well as a number of modern, upscale boutiques, including Louis Vuitton and Prada. Choose from numerous cafes and restaurants that serve a wide range of foods for all budgets. This busy commercial building is also a good pRockefeller State Park Preserve 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of over 1,000 acres donated by the Rockefeller family.It has many trails on its roaming acres of land. There are rivers, forests, meadows. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing licenseRoman Invasion of Britain Map I don't believe that Julius Caesar reported the soil was good....But according to the website below it goes like this......'Although Julius Caesar had visited Britain in 55BC (Before the birth of Christ) and reported that the soil was good, there was plenty of food and people that could be used as slaves, the Romans did not have a large enoug