Thursday, August 25, 2016

Thursday Thirteen 428: Travel the World



01. Armenia
02. Belgium
03. Berlin
04. Cambridge
05. Denmark
06. Florence
07. Lebanon
08. Luxemburg
09. Rome
10. Tripoli
11. Wales
12. Waterloo
13. Windsor


Wisconsin . . . where you can travel the world without leaving the state!




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10 comments:

Mia Celeste said...

Hey, this is really cool. I live in Wisconsin and I haven't been to many of these worldly locations. :)

Heather said...

Thanks, Mia! I've only been to three myself.

Zippi Kit said...

That is so clever! Loved your post for T13. *smiles and laughs* Very good!

Heather said...

Thank. You! :-D

Alice Audrey said...

How convenient!

I once went on a trip in which we dropped straight south from Wisconsin, crossed Texas, then went north to Idaho, then back to Wisconsin. It took two weeks and enclosed four states. The next year we went north to Lake Superior, the east to Door County, then back to Madison. It took two weeks.

colleen said...

Wow. I wonder if other states have anything close. I was once in Chinatown in CA for so long (4 hours) that I had a minute bleed through and thought I was in China but didn't know how I got there!

CountryDew said...

Great idea for a TT post! Very cool. I think many towns in VA are named for places in England, Scotland, Germany, and Ireland, since those were our early settlers.

rlavalette said...

very cosmopolitan!

Heather said...

Alice: I haven't been west of the Rockies (yet!), but have been up to Lake Superior and Door County. '-D

Colleen: You can always try to do this with your state. It's interesting that place names in Wisconsin span the European continent, considering we were largely settled by German and Norwegian immigrants. We used to have a place called Little Norway, but it closed a few years ago.

Heather said...

Thanks, Anita! Would be interesting to see what you could come up with for Virginia!

Thanks, Ron!