Hi Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Flensburg Files is Â over two months old already,Â Â and it has attracted many readers after writing eight columns (the RSS and my background info do not count here). I would like to thank you for your comments and suggestions and more importantly, your loyalty to the Files. I hope that more people will notice this and will enjoy some more of the Files, as the author will dish out some more interesting stories that will make you want to think about many perspectives in life, let alone think about visiting some places worth mentioning!
Yes, one of the main features that has not been presented yet are the places worth visiting- both in Europe and in the USA. Beginning in 2011, the Flensburg Files will be profiling many cities and towns that the author has visited so far that are well worth including on your travel itinerary. The Places Worth Visiting category will consist of three main parts: 1. Places in Europe that are worth visiting, 2. Places in the US that are worth visiting, and 3. Places where the origin of the names come from Europe. Â While the first two categories are based on information collected by the author that one will rarely (or not even) see in a tour guide, the third category will focus on towns and villages in the US where the origins of the names come from places in Europe, and the author will compare these towns and villages with the European counterparts in the form of photos and commentaries.
If you know of a place in the US or Europe that is worth visiting, please drop a commentary under the author’s profile explaining where the place is located and why it is worth visiting. The author will make note of that as he does some travelling and researching on that place of interest and will post a profile of that place once he has visited it.
A hint of the first place that is to be profiled is at the top of the page. The author will give you the answer once the column about the place is written.
That’s it from the Files. More columns between now and Christmas are in the works and will arrive soon enough. Until next time, folks.