A hotel with many facilities. We used this place as our base to see as much ass possible from the Ohrid lake and South - West of Macedonia. The place has an All Inclusive formule and a swimmingpool and beach area for day-guests from Ohrid. So the public is a mix of sun-tourists, travellers and local day people. Most visitors are Dutch or Macedonian. We had a great family room with the most beautif… This review was featured on Monday August 31st, 2015
The entrance of the museum gets you to a large inner court. Here are the ticket shop and the information desk, as well as the entrance to the souvenirshop and restaurant. The entrance ticket is like a paper bracelet, the barcode printed on it gives access to the lockers in the wardrobe, which are free of charge.
The museum is located in the historic building (constructed in 1656) which used to b… This review was featured on Sunday August 30th, 2015
The location of the hostel has its good and bad points, first the good: it's set in a section of forest with lots of trails to go exploring on walks and it's pretty peaceful up there. The downside to this is it's out of the way of all of the action in the centre and whilst that's great for getting some shut eye it's a bit of pig if you're relying on public transport. It's a good 15-20 minute walk … This review was featured on Saturday August 29th, 2015
Palazzo Parisio is situated in the village of Naxxar (pronounced Nasharr) and is an 18 century palace, Baroque in style. I visited here as part of a guided tour. From the outside it resembled the majority of Malta’s buildings, understated in many people’s opinions, but my, what an absolute stunning piece of architecture and decoration once through the main entrance.
Palaz… This review was featured on Friday August 28th, 2015
I have been going to Bandung many times, but this is the first time for me to visit this Museum of the Asian-African Conference. It is located on In Asia Afrika Jalan (Street). The museum is open every day from at 8:00 to 16:00 but on public holidays the museum is closed.
This museum does not charge to visit inside at all, so we went straight to the information center, and there we enroll ourselv… This review was featured on Thursday August 27th, 2015
Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen is one of the first large-scale coal mines and thus has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage in 2001. Between 1928 and 1932, the whole complex has been equipped with large-scale buildings, which enabled an increased productivity. Unfortunately, it is very hard to imagine the functionality of large-scale devices if a pipe is stretched over hundreds… This review was featured on Wednesday August 26th, 2015
It was one of my dreams when I look at the beautiful photos of Belitung Island, I used to say "One day, I'm going to travel to this place”
Belitung is an island with beautiful beaches, the unique landscape with its purely white sand, and the crystal clear sea water. Belitung is also popular with its granite boulder white stone beach in Tanjung Kelayang, Tanjung Tinggi, Tanjung Binga and Len… This review was featured on Tuesday August 25th, 2015
!!! Beware !!!
I really don't know how or where to start, but definitely for rating purpose I would like to give this hotel less than a star, if it was possible!
It's not about my hatred on this hotel, it was just the way it happened to be first of all. I have stayed at other Americas Best Value Inn at other locations, but never had a problem and even I liked it.
But this time I regret th… This review was featured on Monday August 24th, 2015
Last month we went to Saint Augustine, Florida again. I've been there twice already, but this time it was for a specific purpose - we wanted to take the harbor cruise on board the schooner "Freedom" which sails from the Municipal Marina 3 times a day on a two hour cruise along Matanzas Bay.
Described as St. Augustine's premier tall ship, the 72 foot/22 meters "Freedom" is a replica of a 19th … This review was featured on Sunday August 23rd, 2015
Located in downtown, across from the Cavaliers arena, Progressive Field is a nice place to watch a baseball game and in a very nice location.
Accessible by public transportation on the Red Line of the RTA, at the Tower City stop. It takes you into the Tower City Center, which is a shopping mall. And from there, a walkway called the Walkway to Gateway, allowing fans to walk from the mall to Quic… This review was featured on Saturday August 22nd, 2015