Archive for July, 2014

 Pay phones
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  Posted July 30th, 2014 by Zdenko  in Edmonton | No comments yet.

Retro

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Does anyone still use pay phones?
I honestly can’t remember the last time I used a pay phone, and I’m wondering if the time has come to send the existing ones to museums. Do any of you still use them? Does anyone use them?

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 SAN DIEGO GUIDE – Part 2.
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  Posted July 26th, 2014 by Zdenko  in Travel | 3 comments

Travel California

Source: Local Wally’s Guide to San Diego

SAN DIEGO GUIDE TO ESSENTIAL ATTRACTIONS!
San Diego, the second-largest city in California, is a first-class place for a holiday. The city is spread out, and having a car is pretty essential. A week’s rental of an economy-size vehicle from San Diego airport with almost any company will costs you about $250.00 a week, including total damage excess waiver. Or, you may try Old Town Trolley Tours a hop-on, hop-off open-sided bus service linking tourist areas, with insightful commentary.

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 SAN DIEGO GUIDE – Part 1.
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  Posted July 22nd, 2014 by Zdenko  in Travel | 3 comments

Travel California

By Zdenko Kahlina

A tour of laid back San Diego
San Diego, the second-largest city in California, is a first-class place for a holiday. The city is spread out, and having a car is pretty essential. A week’s rental of an economy-size vehicle from San Diego airport with almost any company will costs you about $250.00 a week, including total damage excess waiver. Or, you may try Old Town Trolley Tours a hop-on, hop-off open-sided bus service linking tourist areas, with insightful commentary.

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 The Mortirolo – Hell is open
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  Posted July 18th, 2014 by Zdenko  in Cycling | No comments yet.

Top rides

By: Buzz Yancich

Three days in the Alps with Eros Poli
I am here to report to you that everything you may have heard or read about the Mortirolo is true. There may be a climb somewhere that is harder – the infamous Zolocan I am told. But I haven’t ridden the Zolocan so for the time being this SOB is it. But I digress….before we get to the nasty stuff some pleasantries about our stay in Bormio.

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 Mobile eateries
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  Posted July 14th, 2014 by Zdenko  in Edmonton | No comments yet.

Edmonton street life

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Good Eats on the Mean Streets
How do you know its summer in Edmonton? Easy, there are mobile eateries in almost every street around downtown. There are many different types of mobile eateries. From the small and very portable ‘Fat Frank’ trailer(s) to the big green ‘Drift mobile eatery’ track parked somewhere around Jasper Avenue and 107 Street.

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 Summer of ZAGREB
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  Posted July 10th, 2014 by Zdenko  in Purgerska Nostalgija | No comments yet.

Travel Croatia

Source: Portal Zablogreb

Summer of ZAGREB!!! Really? YES.
Ah, the Croatian summer: sunny days in an azure postcard; pale ancient stones, illuminated in the moonlight; the soft tones of the sea, gently slapping against hulls of the harbored boats; wining and dining inside a 2,000 YEAR OLD Roman palace!

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 Tour de France: The 80′s!
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  Posted July 2nd, 2014 by Zdenko  in Cycling | 2 comments

Retro Cycling

By Edmond Hood
 
Tour de France through the Decades:
Ed Hood moves us on into the 80s today with his Tour de France through the decades series. Let’s take a look back at the riders that defined the decade at the Tour de France and wonder for a moment: Who did shoot JR Ewing; Cliff Barnes? Nah! Kristin Shepard. Don’t worry if you had to Google that.

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