Morogoro

Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa and Mbeya, passing through some of the best scenery in Africa. The section between Tarangire National Park and Iringa is not paved and can be very difficult after rain especially north of Kondoa Irangi. A longer eastern route via Moshi and Morogoro is paved. But these have often been poorly maintained in the past so are full of potholes. In south-west Tanzania the Trans-African Highway follows the Tanzam Highway linking Zambia

)'' At the Posta roundabout. * '''CRDB''' ''(see map)'' On the Old Dar Es Salaam Road between Posta and the Daladala stand. New branh now at Sokoine University. * '''NMB''' ''(see map)'' Near the market. ATM may not work with foreign external accounts. * '''Barclay's''' From the Daladala stand, go towards Msamvu on the main road. It is a few stores past Pira's, across from Exim Bank. Their machines also accept MAESTRO Cards (useful for accessing European banks). * '''Exim Bank''' From

an informal business. If you want African hairstyles (braiding) there are lots of places in town. Be advised, it takes a long time and is hard on thin hair. * Gym There is a gym on the second floor of the Simba Oil petrol station, on the road from


Gevgelija

Bogdanci with Dojran, Strumica and Valandovo passes through the valley of the river Paljurska. This road connects Gevgelija and Dojran. In the past the road that connect Gevgelija with Aegean Macedonia was very frequent. Bogdanci’s good geographical position in the ravine, the traffic importance and the economic function in the region are the reasons that Bogdanci was and still is a dynamic hearth for the gravitation of the settlements from the Dojran’s and Gevgelian

ravines. In the past the traffic was not developed enough and that’s why the relief was the main factor for the intensity of the gravitation occupy in some ways. Most villages of the region that were well connected with Bogdanci gravitated in every sphere with it. Stojakovo, Gjavoto, Bogorodica, Furka, Crnichani were the villages that gravitated well with Bogdanci, and from the other side Bogdanci gravitated well with Thessaloniki the center of Macedonia in that time. Today

Paljurska. This road connects Gevgelija and Dojran. In the past the road that connect Gevgelija with Aegean Macedonia was very frequent. Bogdanci’s good geographical position in the ravine, the traffic importance and the economic function in the region are the reasons that Bogdanci was and still is a dynamic hearth for the gravitation of the settlements from the Dojran’s and Gevgelian ravines. In the past the traffic was not developed enough and that’s why the relief


Iringa

is paved. But these have often been poorly maintained in the past so are full of potholes. In south-west Tanzania the Trans-African Highway follows the Tanzam Highway linking Zambia to the port of Dar es Salaam. International Highways The Cairo-Cape Town Highway (highway 4 in the Trans-African Highway network) runs through Tanzania from Namanga on the Kenyan border in the north and the Tanzanian Mozambican border town of Tunduma in the south

-west, via Arusha, Dodoma, Iringa and Mbeya, passing through some of the best scenery in Africa. The section between Tarangire National Park and Iringa is not paved and can be very difficult after rain especially north of Kondoa Irangi. A longer eastern route via Moshi and Morogoro is paved. But these have often been poorly maintained in the past so are full of potholes. In south-west Tanzania the Trans-African Highway follows the Tanzam Highway

improved in the past few years). The road from Dar is being upgraded into a very decent road so once the roadworks have gone the ride will be very good. The journey itself passes through beautiful scenery and a national park. Get around Iringa is the perfect stop over point on the way down through the Southern Highlands or if you are off to visit Malawi and Zambia. If you are going back the other way towards Dar (Dar es-Salaam) it is definitely a much nicer place to stop than


Gori, Georgia

. It flows west, then north and east past Ardahan, and crosses into Georgia (Georgia (country)). It arcs to the northwest, then into a canyon near Akhaltsikhe where it starts to run northeast in a gorge for about , past Gori (Gori, Georgia), then near Mtskheta, flows south through a short canyon and along the west side of T'bilisi

, the largest city in the region. The river flows steeply southeast past Rustavi and turns eastward at the confluence with the Khrami River, crossing the Georgia-Azerbaijan line and flowing across grasslands into Shemkir reservoir and then Yenikend reservoir.

) Georgia dedicated to the life of Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union, who was born in Gori. * April 2008, hosted 30-minute special for CNN, ''Iraq: Inside the Surge''. * August 2008, covered the South Ossetia War between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Georgia, reporting at various times from the towns of Tbilisi, Gori, Georgia Gori


Gaithersburg, Maryland

to the MD 355 (Maryland Route 355) interchange. Past this, the highway passes more commercial development before reaching a bridge over CSX's Metropolitan Subdivision. A short distance later, I-370 comes to a trumpet interchange with MD 200A, a road that provides access to Shady Grove Road and the Shady Grove (Shady Grove (WMATA station)) station of Washington Metro's Red Line (Red Line (Washington Metro)). At this point, I-370 ends and the freeway continues east as Maryland Route

, passing Germantown (Germantown, Maryland) and Clarksburg (Clarksburg, Maryland) as a six- to eight-lane highway with a HOV lane in the northbound direction only. North of here, I-270 continues through rural areas into Frederick County and toward the city of Frederick as a four-lane freeway. thumb 250px left Interstate 270 northbound at Maryland Route 118 MD 118 (File:2008 01 16 - I270 @ MD 118.JPG) interchange in Germantown (Germantown, Maryland). Past this interchange, I-270 leaves

Rockville and heads into Gaithersburg (Gaithersburg, Maryland), where it intersects Interstate 370, a road that provides access to a park and ride lot at the Shady Grove Metro station (Shady Grove (Washington Metro)). This interchange provides access to Maryland Route 200 (the Intercounty Connector) and I-95 in Laurel (Laurel, Maryland). Past I-370, the local lane configuration ends in the southbound direction


Cambridge Bay

all the way from the Bering Strait. This was the furthest east of any large ship until Henry Larsen (explorer) in 1941. Cambridge Bay was the site of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Hudson's Bay Company outposts established during the 1920s. Although at this point most Inuit would have continued the traditional lifestyle and only visited the area rather than live there permanently. The HBC opened a post here in 1921, later than in most places

, and built at the site now called the "old town". In 1925 the HBC purchased the ''Maud (Maud (ship))'', which they renamed the ''Baymaud'', from the creditors of Arctic exploration

. The construction of the LORAN tower involved hiring Inuit who, after the tower was complete, remained in the area. The tower was demolished 5 August 2014. Cambridge Bay residents bid farewell to a trusty old friend In 1954 construction was completed on the Roman Catholic Church. The church


Elko, Nevada

it, as its city motto states, "The Heart of Northeast Nevada". It is home to Great Basin College, as well as to the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office serving most of northern and central Nevada. History thumb left Elko was settled with the coming of the railroad, which still runs past downtown Elko near the Humboldt River to this day (File:2014-06-04 12 04 00 View east along the Union Pacific Railroad from the 5th Street Bridge in Elko, Nevada.JPG) Though

eventually discontinued all service to Elko. Notable people * Lewis R. Bradley, Second Governor (List of Governors of Nevada) of Nevada, from 1871 to 1879; resident of Elko

County past the community of Elko (Elko, Nevada). In northern Eureka County (Eureka County, Nevada) it passes along the south end of the Tuscarora Mountains, and then along the north end of the Shoshone Range. At Battle Mountain (Battle Mountain, Nevada) it turns northwest for approximately , then west at Red House and past Golconda (Golconda, Nevada) and a spur of the Sonoma Range. Then it turns southwest, flowing past Winnemucca, Nevada Winnemucca


Canby, Oregon

and his group of warriors. The area was known as Baker Prairie when the community was founded in 1857. Canby was incorporated

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of Entering Canby from the north brings visitors past the Willamette

for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Trout. In fact the Molalla has long had a reputation for its sizeable native runs of both species. Over the past several decades these runs have seen declines as they have elsewhere in the Northwest however, they are still fairly significant and much of the angling pressure the river receives is in pursuit of these species. There is not a great deal of angling pressure for trout though numbers in the upper river


Cache Creek, British Columbia

landfill locations serving the regional district in the past have been in the Fraser Mills area, between the Trans-Canada Highway and the Fraser, and at Port Mann (Port Mann, British Columbia), beneath the south foot of the Port Mann Bridge. *South-East of 100 Mile House is the Interlakes area and Bridge Lake (Bridge Lake, British Columbia) (59 km). *South of the town is 70 Mile House (70 Mile House, British Columbia) (50 km), Clinton (Clinton, British Columbia) (81

) north on a route that includes seven mountain tunnels, past the communities of Yale (Yale, British Columbia), Spuzzum (Spuzzum, British Columbia) and Boston Bar (Boston Bar, British Columbia), before reaching its junction with Highway 12 (British Columbia Highway 12) at Lytton (Lytton, British Columbia). Leaving the Fraser River, and following the Thompson River another 37 km (23 mi) northeast, Highway 1 reaches a junction with another numbered route, British

;km (6 mi) to a junction with Highway 97A (British Columbia Highway 97A) at Swan Lake, at which point it veers northwest. The highway continues for another 81 km (51 mi), past the town of Falkland (Falkland, Critish Columbia), before it merges onto the Trans-Canada Highway at Monte Creek, following Highway 1 (British Columbia Highway 1) for 105 km (65 mi) west to Cache Creek (Cache Creek, British Columbia). As it travels westward, Highways 1


Chinandega

in many thousands of people losing their homes, as well as damages to infrastructure which have still (as of 2009) not been repaired. Churches Our Lady Santa Ana Parish In accordance with its colonial past and colonial-era urban planning, the city is centered around a central park with the beautiful Romanesque (Romanesque Revival architecture)-style Our Lady Santa Ana Colonial Church, a church very important to the city. It has withstood over a century of violent storms, earthquakes

to Chinandega from Managua on a mini bus or bus in Huembes Market. This costs $3 and takes 2.5 hours and is very safe. You can also get a mini bus (collectivo) from Leon (terminal) to Chinandega (terminal) every 15 minutes. This costs 23 cordobas (1$), and takes about an hour. Hitchhiking is an option, as is renting a car. Chinandega is past León (León (Nicaragua)). Refer to ViaNica for more directions around Local buses run between the Parque Central

is not terribly alluring, and it can be a hot, still place full of traffic, but at night it cools down and comes alive. The Parque Central area fills with strolling families taking their kids to the well-lit play areas, and a row of food kiosks sells food and fruit shakes at good prices. There are many sights that make Chinandega a great place to come: * Large churches in town * Great park in the middle of town * Friendly, real people Going to the central park is a good past time. There are many carts


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