Blogging Fusion Blog Directory the #1 blog directory and oldest directory online.

Travel Snippets and More

Home Travel Snippets and More

Travel Snippets and More

Rated: 2.96 / 5 | 1,576 listing views Travel Snippets and More



General Audience

  • diane robbins
  • August 01, 2008 08:46:00 AM

A Little About Us

Travel Blog of Destination Reviews, Photos and Travel Tips

Listing Details

Listing Statistics

Add ReviewMe Button

Review Travel Snippets and More at Blogging Fusion Blog Directory

Add SEO Score Button

My Blogging Fusion Score

Google Adsense™ Share Program

Alexa Web Ranking: N/A

Alexa Ranking - Travel Snippets and More

Example Ad for Travel Snippets and More

This what your Travel Snippets and More Blog Ad will look like to visitors! Of course you will want to use keywords and ad targeting to get the most out of your ad campaign! So purchase an ad space today before there all gone!


notice: Total Ad Spaces Available: (2) ad spaces remaining of (2)

Advertise Here?

  • Blog specific ad placement
  • Customize the title link
  • Place a detailed description
  • It appears here within the content
  • Approved within 24 hours!
  • 100% Satisfaction
  • Or 3 months absolutely free;
  • No questions asked!

Subscribe to Travel Snippets and More

Around Australia Cruise - Day 2 in Sydney - Touring The Sydney Opera House

As I mentioned in a previous post, we had been to Sydney before. It was a post cruise stay and we did a bunch of touring but never got up close and personal to the opera house. That was a mistake I planned on fixing this trip.We were up early ... thank you time change ... 14 hrs. ahead of home. We headed out for breakfast at this little cafe, Spring Espresso, right up the street from our hotel. The weather was beautiful, we ate outside, and had a great breakfast.The Sydney Opera House offers...

Around Australia Cruise - Our First Day in Sydney - Riding the Ferries

Of course nothing ever totally goes as planned but that's to be expected when you travel. With a bit of luck it turns out positive and that's the way it worked for us today. A very long trip to Sydney with flights to Atlanta, then Los Angeles, and then Sydney. It was easy to find an ATM at the Sydney Airport and also the WH Smith store to buy our Opal cards, the tap on tap off cards used for Sydney public transportation. We took a taxi to our hotel (taxis in Sydney are EXPENSIVE) and we...

Using the Sydney Australia Tap On Tap Off OPAL Card

First thing I'm going to do is put the link for the New South Wales transport authority that can be used to plan itineraries on the bus, train, and ferry system. I used it extensively while still home to get an estimate of what our transportation costs would be so I could put the appropriate amount of dollars on our Opal cards.Once in Sydney, I used the NSW transport authority site to find out the numbers of the trains and buses we would need to get from 'here to there.' Very easy to use and...

How Dry Is The Air On An Airplane

The answer is very. That's in VERY! And the longer the flight, the worse it is. I've always known it was important to keep myself hydrated while flying but it was only recently that I had a demonstration of how dry the air really is onboard a flight.On a flight from Los Angeles to Sydney Australia, I managed to spill a full cup of water right into my lap. Not partially on my leg. But squarely in my lap, if you get the picture. My pants got soaked and my underwear got soaked. We were in Delta...

Museum For James Bond Fans in the Austrian Alps

In July 2018, a new James Bond museum opened on the peak of Gaislachkogl Mountain at an altitude of 10,000 feet.Called 007 Elements, the futuristic-looking building, and its Ice Q restaurant were used for location shooting for the 2015 Bond movie "Spectre." In the museum, you'll find nine galleries, each with a different theme, plus a screening room.The only way to get to the museum is by taking the 12-minute Gaislachkogl Gondola from Solden. Open daily from 9.a.m to 3:30 p.m., the cost for the...

Model Aircraft Exhibition at Shannon Airport, Ireland

This exhibition went on permanent display in July 2018. It is the world' largest collection of die-cast model aircraft. The gallery is located off of the Departures lounge. There are 1,500+ models of military, commercial and other aircraft, each at 1:200 scale. The models are on loan from Michael Kelly of County Limerick and reflect his 30+ years of collecting.Some of the highlights include the Spruce Goose, the Queen of England's personal BAE 146, and every Aer Lingus plane from its beginning...

Link to Category: Travel Blogs

Or if you prefer use one of our linkware images? Click here

Social Bookmarks

Available Upgrade

If you are the owner of Travel Snippets and More, or someone who enjoys this blog why not upgrade it to a Featured Listing or Permanent Listing?

We are listed with SEJ as a top resource for bloggers and SEO experts alike!