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Comment by Darryl Musick on March 19, 2012 at 10:18am

Other than the New York Yankees, what team has the most World Series titles? Today at The World on Wheels, we visit America's baseball city to visit the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals...featuring pics, video, custard, beer, and strippers!

Comment by Darryl Musick on March 16, 2012 at 10:35am

It's a day before gametime so that gives us time to do some sightseeing at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park, AKA home of the Arch, and take a cruise along the mighty Mississippi in St. Louis. Report, pictures, and video are waiting for you now at The World on Wheels:

Comment by Darryl Musick on March 14, 2012 at 10:20am

This week's Fields of Dreams report at The World on Wheels is a first for us. This brand-new report takes us to our first collegiate baseball stadium. Come along to this jewel of a ballpark located in the hills of Walnut, California. It's Mazmanian Field at Mt. San Antonio College:

Comment by Darryl Musick on March 12, 2012 at 12:29pm

Ready for a baseball tour? Today at The World on Wheels, we start a mammoth road trip looking for baseball covering three stadiums across the heart of the country. Starting with the Reds in Cincinnati:

Comment by Andrea Spirov on March 7, 2012 at 10:46pm

Check out London's spectator sport opportunities beyond the Olympics

Comment by Travel Plus on February 22, 2012 at 8:08am

Polish cities EURO 2012

1 day – arrival in Warsaw , transfer to hotel , dinner and overnight ,

2 day – after breakfast – sightseeing tour of Warsaw – the capital of Poland . It occupies an area of 517 km2 and has a population of 1,7 mln. The c/ss includes visit to the Royal

Castle – a symbol of Polish statehood , the Old Town and the Royal Route, the La-

zienki Park with the monument of F.Chopin . In 1596 Warsaw became the capital

of Poland . In 1980 the Old Town of Warsaw was put on the UNESCO World Heri-

tage List. Now , Warsaw is the political , economic and cultural centre of the country ,

combining history and tradition with dynamic modernity .

In the afternoon – time at leisure .

Dinner at hotel and overnight

3 day – drive to Malbork and visit to the Malbork Castle – a former residence of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights.

In the late afternoon – accommodation at one of 3* Gdansk hotel's .

Dinner and overnight

4 day – after breakfast – sightseeing of Gdansk and Sopot .

Gdansk – Poland's maritime capital , boasts a history going back a thousand years .

Gdansk is known as ' the Amber City ' with highly specialized local artists and crafts-

men. With population of over 750.00 the Tri-city/Trojmiasto / conurbation comprising

Gdansk , Gdynia and Sopot ranks as one of the largest in the country. The sightseeing

includes: restored Gdansk Town Hall / 1686-95/ , the Court of Artus , the Armoury

/ 1602-05 / , the largest Gothic Church in Poland of Holy Virgin / 15-16th century / ,

the Golden Gate and the well known symbols of Gdansk : the Neptune's Fountain/1615/

and the Crane / 1442 / .

We'll visit also Sopot – one of Poland's premier seaside resorts .The pier constructed

in 1928 and later rebult , is the longest / 512 m / in whole Baltic area. Sopot , with

many houses in Art Nouveau style , has a quite different atmosphere from Gdansk and

is a residence for many artists, actors and architects .

5 day – drive to Poznan . En route sightseeing of Torun – the home town of famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus . Visit to his home , planetary and the Old Town .

In the late afternoon – accommodation , dinner and overnight in Poznan

6 day – after breakfast – sightseeing of Poznan , the capital of Wielkopolska /Greater Poland /with population of ca. 560 000 . Poznan eventful history is reflected in high-class historical buildings , majority of which are located alongside the Royal-Imperial

Route. The city's showcase is its renaissance Town Hall with legendary goats up on the

tower , which attracts thousands of tourists to the Market Square. Each year the Inter-

national Poznan Fair is visited by approx. one million people . Poznan is also home

to world-famous choirs: the Cathedral Choir and the Boy's and Men's Philharmony

Choir. Our sightseeing tour includes : the Old Market Square and adjacent areas : the

Dzialynski Palace- the Franciscan Church and Jesuit College , the Emperor Castle , the

Raczynski Library , the Botanic Garden and Ostrow Tumski .

In the afternoon – drive to Wroclaw .

Accommodation , dinner and overnight in Wroclaw


7 day – sightseeing of Wroclaw , Poland's fourth largest city/ 640 000 / , it is the major commertial,industrial and education centre for the region , which borders the Czech Republic andGermany . Especially worth to see is the Old Town with its Gothic Town Hall and a complex of mediaeval architecture at Ostrow Tumski. Very impressive is the baroque interior of Leopoldine Hall with gilt ornaments, paintings and sculptures , located in the 18thcentury building of Wroclaw University .

In the afternoon – visit to ' Panorama Raclawicka' - a rotunda housing the magnificent

painting of 120 x 15 meters of Raclawice battle in 1794 , when Polish peasants defe -

ated the mighty Russian army . A multimedia fountain before the Centennial Hall of

Wroclaw is the latest attraction , opened on 1 May 2010 .

Accommodation , dinner and overnight in Wroclaw .

8 day – after breakfast - drive to the International Airport Okecie in Warsaw .



accommodation :

2 x hb in Warsaw ,

2 x hb in Gdansk ,

1 x hb in Poznan ,

2 x hb in Wroclaw

programme :

city sightseeings in Warsaw , Torun , Gdansk , Sopot , Poznan and Wroclaw ,

visits to the football stadiums in Warsaw /National Stadium /, Gdansk / PGE Arena /, Poznan/ Municipal Stadium / and Wroclaw / Municipal Stadium /,

English or German/Spanish/French speaking tour manager

excursion coach ,

entrance fees .

Price : 429 EUR/pax , every 20 pax in dbl room is free of charge

+ hire of excursion coach 3850 EUR/group sgl supplement : 149 EUR/pax

offer valid in the period 1.04.2012 – 31.05 2012 and 8.07.2012 – 31.10 2012



with best regards Travel Plus Team



Comment by Darryl Musick on December 29, 2011 at 1:08am

As we continue with the Best of 2011 at The World on Wheels, today we look back at the two ballparks we added to our list this year, one from the Major League and one from the minor leagues:

Comment by Travel Plus on December 16, 2011 at 6:57am

wir sind gerne fur Sie mit den Programmvorschlagen fur Juni 2012 fur EM 2012 in Polen da ,

in case of arrangements of hotels , transportation and other tourists services

during EURO 2012 pls contact us

Comment by Darryl Musick on September 21, 2011 at 11:10am
23 Major League Stadiums, 19 Major League teams, 9 Minor League Stadiums. That's where we end this baseball season at The World on Wheels. As we wrap up this year's tour, come by to see what's new, who got better, and who slipped (I'm looking at you St. Louis). It's the entire Fields of Dreams list, online now:
Comment by Darryl Musick on July 12, 2011 at 10:14am
It's All Star day. We wrap up Baseball Week's travel reports on The World on Wheels today with this trip to Philadelphia to take in a Phillie's game. Along the way, we also visit the city's historic sites and eat some cheesesteak: http://

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