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Gadling + BootsnAll - Picks of the Week
- Asian Temples Galore - Sure, you probably know about Cambodia's Angkor Wat, but what about the Paro Taktsang in Bhutan or Badshahi Mosque in Pakistan? BootsnAll writer Deanna Hylund takes a closer look at some of Asia's best temples. Let me tell you, looking at these makes me want to get back to Asia as soon as possible!
- Unknown National Parks - Unlike Asian temples, we're probably all familiar with the most famous U.S. National Parks. Who could forget the first time they saw the Grand Canyon? Or gazed up in awe at a 300 foot-tall Redwood in Northern California? Cherrye Moore thinks these sights are great but there's a couple others you might have missed. Check out her article to see her list of "Six National Parks You've Probably Never Visited."
- Guilty Pleasures - Travel is supposed to be all about new experiences. Eating new foods, meeting new people and getting "out of your comfort zone." But you know what? Bootsnall writer Lucy Corne knows that every once in awhile you need to indulge yourself with a taste of home, especially if you've been on the road awhile. I'm the first to admit: I love blasting my iPod pretty much wherever I go...
- Eiffel Tower, Redux - Gadling writer Aaron posted some interesting thoughts on taking photos of the Eiffel Tower earlier this year. Sure, there's a million pics out there, but as writer Jessica pointed out on Bootsnall's WhyGo blog this week, there's also a million ways to take some more interesting photos of this iconic landmark. Let's get creative people!