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Madeline's City Paperblog Pick in Expat

Madeline's City

I was shocked when I got here to discover that the French had never heard of Madeline. The little red-headed Parisian in a cape, who says "Pooh, pooh!" to tigers at the zoo, is... Read more

Museum: Antalya's Archaeology Paperblog Pick in Expat

A Day at the Museum: Antalya's Archaeology

As any guidebook on Antalya will tell you, the Archaeological Museum is one of the highlights of the city. Located opposite Ataturk Park, it's a short bus ride from anywhere on... Read more

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    The 18 January 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 11 January 2012 by   Sedulia
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    The 18 January 2012 by   Sedulia
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    The 12 January 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 24 January 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 27 January 2012 by   Sedulia
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