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Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Bridges

goldengate bridge This week's travel theme from Ailsa is Bridges.  While there are many famous bridges in the world none are perhaps as beautiful and iconic as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.  This view from the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in the Marin Headlands has been taken a million times by millions of different monkeys but it is still an awesome photo opportunity! Read more about Ailsa's Weekly Travel Theme here in her blog Where's my backpack? Continue reading to see some more of Kongo's favorite bridges. Travel safe.  Have fun.


The Chain Bridge spanning the River Danube in Budapest

The Chain Bridge spanning the River Danube in Budapest

Stone bridge built in 1200 in Regensberg, Germany

Stone bridge built in 1200 in Regensberg, Germany

St. Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic

St. Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic

Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY

Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY

Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego, CA

Coronado Bay Bridge, San Diego, CA

A jet bridge at the Atlanta airport.  These bridges always take Kongo someplace new

A jet bridge at the Atlanta airport. These bridges always take Kongo someplace new

 

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4 Comments on Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Bridges

  1. Excellent theme! And I know the Golden Gate Bridge spot at the Marin Headlands very well – an endless favorite in all kinds of weather!

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  2. I love the Brooklyn Bridge pic.

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  3. Oh these are great photos…I love the old stone bridges in Germany and Czech Rep best 🙂

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  4. I’ve been missing my favourite monkey lately. Have I just been in the wrong place or have you been away?

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