The Loud Pop Voyager Blog would like to poll our readership in order to determine how many of you have employed a Park City taxi for the purposes of taking a Loud Pop Voyage. Now because our readers know exactly what we mean by the phrase “taking a Loud Pop Voyage” there is no need to define it in this blog post. Nor do we feel the need to define it for a newcomer to this blog. It is the philosophy of the Loud Pop Voyager Blog (L. P. V. B.) that it is the responsibility of the newcomer to do his or her homework and figure out what we mean by the terms that we use. In this way they earn their way into our company.
Taking a Loud Pop Voyage in a Shuttle From Salt Lake City to Park City
We are a bit like the Jewish Rabbi when a person of another faith seeks to convert to Judaism. It is said that the Rabbi will refuse a prospective candidate for conversion three times before agreeing to teach them in the ways of the oldest monotheistic faith. This is a test to see if the person seeking conversion is sincere in their desire to convert.
In the same way, or perhaps in the same spirit, we the people of the Loud Pop Voyager Blog take our community very seriously. Accordingly, we expect all those who seek to join our community seriously as well. It is for this (and no other) reason that we expect them to do their research and learn our ways prior to seeking formal admission. This way we know that they are serious in their desire to join our community and that their hearts are pure of motive without reservation or any purpose of evasion.
The Loud Pop Voyager Blog invites its loyal readers to embark on a Loud Pop Voyage of their own whilst riding in a golf cart Florida from Port Charlotte. When the loyal reader settles in behind the slightly smaller than a full sized vehicle steering wheel of a golf cart that has been constructed in Port Charlotte, he or she will readily appreciate that a Loud Pop Voyage is about to begin. And this is not because the golf cart makes a loud pop when its engine is turned on. No when we say “Loud Pop Voyage” we mean something altogether different.
START YOUR LOUD POP VOYAGE IN AFFORDABLE GOLF CARTS FLORIDA
Not only must the golf cart in question be a golf cart from south Florida but it must be specifically from the city of Port Charlotte. No Loud Pop Voyage could rightfully call itself a Loud Pop Voyage if this were not the case. True it might be a Quiet Pop Voyage or perhaps even a Loud Crackle Voyage or some other type of voyage entirely but it would under no circumstances be what is known as a Loud Pop Voyage. On that point I am certain we can all agree.
The embarking point and the ultimate destination of the Loud Pop Voyage need not concern the gentle reader of this blog post. What is important is that the mode of transportation used for the voyage be a golf cart that was constructed in southern Florida with a special preference for a golf cart that was constructed in the southern Florida city of Port Charlotte. Once those requirements have all been satisfied then the Loud Pop Voyage can begin in earnest. May all your (that is, the gentle reader’s) voyages be Loud Pop Voyages and may they all reach their destinations in safety.
Many of our readers have been asking about how to take Drum Pump along for the ride when engaging in a Loud Pop Voyage. After all, that is what the Loud Pop Voyage Blog was meant to address, n’est pas? To answer this question we must first determine what exactly it means to take this particular piece of equipment “along for the ride.” Does it mean to head out on a road trip with a drum pump in the back seat or trunk area? Does it mean to incorporate the piece of equipment more substantially in the trip itself? For example, some people might take pictures of themselves with a drum pump in front of the Grand Canyon or some such.
TAKING A TOTE PUMP ALONG FOR THE RIDE IS ALSO WORTHY OF CONSIDERATION
For that matter, why not consider taking a Tote Pump along for the ride as well? As far as we know the two pieces of equipment fall under the same family of equipment pieces. That is, they both fall under the “pump” family. Surely, one can be taken along for the ride just as easily and as practicably as the other. But we still have yet to determine just what is meant by the phrase “taking along for the ride.”
Perhaps this determination can never be made with any sense of surety. Certainly, it becomes less and less likely as this final paragraph reaches its terminal word count requirement. Let me ask you this (gentle reader), are you comfortable with living out your life having not made this determination? Can you go about your daily tasks knowing that this key question remains unanswered and probably will remain unanswered perhaps forever? Well, if you are comfortable with this scenario then perhaps (quite paradoxically) you have already answered the question for yourself. Think about it.
Travel agencies in Utah can book a great trip to Europe. The following are a list of must see locations in four European capitals to see when you are there:
- The Colosseum – The Roman Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built. It was constructed between the years 72 AD and 80 AD by the Roman emperors Vespasian and Titus. It is estimated the Colosseum could hold between 50,000 and 80,000 people.
- The Vatican – Vatican City is the home of the Roman Catholic Pope and the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. Notable locations in Vatican City include St. Peter’s Basilica, the Apostolic Palace and St. Peter’s Square.
- The Louvre – The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world. The building was originally the residence of French Kings and currently holds many famous works of art including the Mona Lisa.
- Versailles – Versailles Palace located outside of Paris was the residence of French Kings built originally by King Louis XIV. It was built in order to remove the French monarchy from the pressures associated with the mob and aristocracy in Paris.
- Buckingham Palace – Buckingham Palace is the current residence of the monarchy for the United Kingdom. It has held this distinction since the reign of Queen Victoria in 1837.
- Big Ben – Big Ben is a famous clock tower in the center of London connected to the Palace of Westminster which is the home of the Houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
- The Brandenburg Gate – The Brandenburg Gate is a monument built in the neo-classical style. It was built by King Fredrick William II in the 1730s.
- The Reichstag – The Reichstag Building is the current and former home of the German Parliament.
These are but a few sights to see when travel agencies in Utah book you a trip to Europe.
Byzantine history buffs looking to visit the cities that made up that ancient world need only visit one of many qualified Utah travel agencies to arrange this exotic voyage. For those of you who are not familiar with the Byzantine Empire, essentially this is a name given to the Eastern Roman Empire that survived after the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD. The land comprising this political unit changed over the years. At its height it contained all the lands east of Italy all the way to Syria and Iraq as well as the eastern half of North Africa. This also included the Mediterranean islands of Crete, Cyprus, Rhodes, Malta and Sicily.
BYZANTINE CITIES TO VISIT WITH THE HELP OF UTAH TRAVEL AGENCIES
The first city on any list of Byzantine cities is Constantinople. This city was the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire from its founding by the emperor Constantine the Great in 330 AD lasting until the year 1453 AD when it was taken by the Ottoman Turks. Today the city is known as Istanbul and is the largest city in Turkey the modern successor to the Ottoman Empire. This city still contains many examples of Byzantine architecture including the Hagia Sofia Basilica built by the Emperor Justinian in the mid 500s AD.
Because the lands encompassing the Byzantine Empire were so vast there are many cities that one could visit within this sprawling realm. Perhaps the best example of Byzantine architecture in Italy can be found in the city of Venice. Both St. Mark’s Cathedral and the Palace of the Doges contain beautiful Byzantine flourishes. In Greece the city of Thessaloniki was for a long time the second city of the Empire as it shrank in size. The city of Antioch on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea (modern day Antakya in Turkey) was also a major city of the Empire. Even the famous cities of Jerusalem and Alexandria, Egypt were major cities of the empire during different periods.