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Gadlinks for Monday 10.5.09
It's the first Monday of October -- and you know what that means, right? FALL is here. It's time to hike and check out the fall foliage! There are some other great travel reads for this Monday, so let's get started!
- Some people like traveling to find strange or unique architecture, so why not tour the world's upside-down houses? [via Been-Seen]
- One of my old students is traveling in Argentina, and I stumbled upon this nice photo essay of Buenos Aires by night. The city that gave birth to the tango is still very much alive. [via Matador Trips]
- You don't have to head to the hills to see the sights. This handy guide to scenic trails in Paris shows us how urban centers can be just as lovely. [via BootsNAll]
- My travel writing buddy Mary Jo offers up a great review to the new film on Cuba, Lost Son of Havana, and wonders just why the trade embargo still exists. [via Fly Away Cafe]
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