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Travel: Architectural wonders of Europe

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  1. Could you not be more pedestrian and cliched? That is nothing but a slight puff-piece of the most obvious touristy spots when so many richer and noteworthy ruins abound.

    This reads like something cobbled together by someone who has seen nothing but can Google the mundane.

    1. I’d like to keep Mykonos somewhat of a secret. I wouldn’t want many more tourists flocking into that island.

  2. I can not wait to visit Europe someday!

    1. Transylvania?

  3. Easily the most hallowed ground in all of Greece, the Parthenon and its surroundings are truly thrilling to see and experience. It’s a pity that the Greek gov’t is not interested in bidding for the gay traveler. It would do wonders for its daunting deficit.

  4. GingerlyColors 24 Mar 2012, 2:40am

    Don’t forget the UK. We have Stonehenge and that amazing stone wall (if you excuse the pun) built by the gay Roman Emporer, Hadrian. London has many iconic buildings such as Tower Bridge and the Tower of London plus the Houses of Parliament along with more recent additions such as the Gherkin and the Shard London Bridge.
    In Scotland there is the Forth Railway Bridge and the Falkirk Wheel not to mention Edinburgh Castle.
    Then there are our many castles and houses plus our legacy of our Industrial Revoloution all ther to enjoy. I live in this country and I have only scratched the surface – you need more than a lifetime to appreciate what we have to offer.

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