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50 Days of 100 Wonders of the World – Day 3 part 1 Fez Morocco

Recently my wife bought the book: 100 Wonders of the World by Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings. I decided to take the next 50 days and go through it. I don’t know how many of these places will have vacation rentals, if they do, I’ll mention some resources; if they don’t, then I won’t.

100 Wonders of the World

Day 3.0:     The Fez

Resource:    The View from Fez

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The old city of Fez consists of a barely navigable labyrinth of streets and narrow lanes lined with houses, squares, and splendid mosques.  In Fez the visitor is enveloped in an atmosphere defined by enticing scents and exotic plays of color.*

*=From 100 Wonders of The World, Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings

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50 Days of 100 Wonders of the World – Day 2.5 – El Djem Tunisia

Recently my wife bought the book: 100 Wonders of the World by Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings. I decided to take the next 50 days and go through it. I don’t know how many of these places will have vacation rentals, if they do, I’ll mention some resources; if they don’t, then I won’t.

100 Wonders of the World

Day 2:     El Djem, Tunisia


One of the largest arenas of the Roman Empire can be found in the middle of the Tunisian desert.  The amphitheater of Thysdrus, an enormous structure, emerged out of the barren desert in just eight years.*

*=From 100 Wonders of The World, Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings

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50 Days of 100 Wonders of the World – Day 2.0 – The Athenian Acropolis

Recently my wife bought the book: 100 Wonders of the World by Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings. I decided to take the next 50 days and go through it. I don’t know how many of these places will have vacation rentals, if they do, I’ll mention some resources; if they don’t, then I won’t.

100 Wonders of the World

Day 2:     The Athenian Acropolis Wiki

Resource:    TrueAthens.com

Vacation Rentals: Athens Vacation Rentals


Even today, ancient Athens is frequently described as the cradle of western civilization.  Well before the dawn of the common era, the city was already the highly developed center of a uniquely accomplished people.*

*=From 100 Wonders of The World, Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings

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Recently my wife purchased: “100 Wonders of the World” By Michael Hoffmann and Alexander Krings.  I am going to cover two a day, each day, for the next 50 days.  I have already done two which are at www.vacation-rental-info.com.

I can take the time to put these up, however, it occurred to me that while I will put in the initial paragraph from Hoffmann and Krings, I think input from someone who has “been there, done that” would be fantastic.

So I am asking for guest bloggers for this project.  If you are a travel writer and have a post about any of the following Wonders of the World, please let me know ASAP.

Make some trails!

HERE IS THE LIST FROM THE BOOK:

AFRICA
Abu Simbel
Amboseli National Park
El Djem
Fez
Kilimanjaro
Marrakech
The Pyramids of Giza
The Pyramids of Meroe
The Sahara
Serengeti National Park
The Suez Canal
Valley of the Kings
Victoria Falls

ASIA
The akashi-Kaikyo Bridge
Angkor Wat
Ayutthaya
Babylon
Bagan
The Banaue Rice Terraces
The Temple of Borobudur
Fijiyama
The Great Wall of China
Karst Formation of Guilin
Halong Bay
Haway Mahal
The Treasures of Istanbul
The Itsukushima Shrine
Jerusalem
Cappadocia
Khajuraho
The Maldives
The Sacred Mosque of Mecca
Mount Everest
Nemrud Dag
Hierapolis-Pamukkale
Petra
Petronas Twin Towers
Potala Palace
Taipei 101
The Taj Mahal
Tiananmen Square
The Forbidden City
Terra Cotta Army of Xian

EUROPE
The Athenian Acropolis
Aletsch Glacier
The Alhambra
Mount Athos
The Atomium
Delphi
The Eiffel Tower
The Giant’s Causeway
Hieronymites Monastery
Cologn Cathedral
The Colosseum
Kremlin and Red Square
Meteora Monasteries
The Oresund Bridge
St. Peter’s Basilica
Pont du Gard
La Sagrada Familia
Leaning Tower of Pisa
Stonehenge
Pingvellin National Park
Venice
Versailles Palace

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
The Amazon Basin
Chichen Itza
The Galapagos Islands
The Iguazu Falls
The Itaipu Dam
Machu Picchu
The Nazca Lines
Easter Island
The Panama Canal
Perito Moreno Glacier
Teotihuacan
Tikal

NORTH AMERICA
The CN Tower
Death Valley
The Empire State Building
The Everglades
the Statue of Liberty
The Golden Gate Bridge
The Grrand Canyon
The Guggenheim Museum
The Hoover Dam
Mount Rushmore
Niagara Falls
Old Faithful
Redwood National Park
Volcanoes National Park
Yosemeite National Park

OCEANIA
The Great Barrier Reef
Milford Sound
The Sydney Opera House
Tongariro National Park
Uluru

THE POLES AND BEYOND
Antarctica
Inteernational Space Station
Northern Lights

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50 Days of 100 Wonders of the World Day 1 Amboseli National Park

Day 1, Post 2 of 2 for the day.

If you have been here please add your experience.

Recently my wife bought the book: 100 Wonders of the World by Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings. I decided to take the next 50 days and go through it. I don’t know how many of these places will have vacation rentals, if they do, I’ll mention some resources; if they don’t, then I won’t.

100 Wonders of the World

Day 1:      Amboseli National Park – Kenya

Amboseli is a one-of-a-kind game reservation in southern Kenya.  One of the oldest national parks in Africa.  It is famous around the world fo its unique elephant population*

Resource:     Bootsnall.com

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*=From 100 Wonders of The World, Michael Hoffmann & Alexander Krings

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