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Very cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Banaue, Philippines
It’s so easy to fall in love with the Bangaan Rice Terraces. It’s not as grand as the Batad Rice Terraces but its just as beautiful and has that charming vibe that one can feel instantly. If I were to compare, Batad is masculine whereas Bangaan is feminine. A beautiful and charming lady through and through. I just visited Batad the day prior and was so suprised at the lack of activity here.…
This review was featured on Tuesday July 28th, 2015
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Average priced "Hotels & Accommodations" in Qawra, Malta
Having visited Malta a number of times and stayed at the same hotel in Qawra I've decided that a change of scenery is on the cards, mainly due to the fact that the evening entertainment at my usual hotel is quite poor. After a bit of research on the internet, I decided to opt for the San Antonio Hotel & Spa, still situated in Qawra, but exceptionally close to Bugibba. I have also opted for the A…
This review was featured on Monday July 27th, 2015
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Expensive "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Beijing, China
If you are looking for a crispy, delicious and tender Peking duck, this is the place to visit. The restaurant building itself interesting, resemble modern hutong (traditional Chinese house with courtyard in the middle of the house), with a human size statue outside the courtyard close to the entrance door pose like kung fu master with full body armour guard and another human size statue crouch w…
This review was featured on Sunday July 26th, 2015
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Ridiculously Expensive "Hotels & Accommodations" in Millinge, Denmark
Back in the old days the Danish country side was dotted by many different small inns called a kro which had gotten a royal privilege to open the establishment for overnight guest and the distillation of the traditional Danish alcohol brændevin - also known as snaps. Today there are no longer any privileges for the old inns but many of them are still open for business serving as both accommodation…
This review was featured on Saturday July 25th, 2015
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Cheap "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Santa Barbara, California, USA
We went to Petrini's with a recommendation from our friends, Adam and Lindsay who lived in Santa Barbara. It is an unassuming place. Not really fancy from outside. Don't let the outside fool you .... the food is excellent. We had a large table of people .... probably 14 people. All of the food came out piping hot and excellently prepared. We spoke to the waiter and found out the place …
This review was featured on Friday July 24th, 2015
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in New York State, USA
Everybody told me the view of Niagara Falls is much better on the Canadian side, so I kept my expectations low when we went there last month on our way to visit the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in Canada. After our plane landed at Buffalo International airport in New York state, we rented a car from Budget and drove straight to the city of Niagara Falls where the waterfalls are located. It …
This review was featured on Wednesday July 22nd, 2015
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Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Solo, Indonesia
I took a trip to Solo with my parents, After We arrived at the hotel and booked in we decided we want to make a one day trip, so I called my friend to picked up us at the hotel, waiting only 30 minutes he came, then we decided we would like to go to the Karang Anyar District to visit some of the delights in the panoramic Lawu basin, which I personally think are very interesting with such sights as…
This review was featured on Monday July 20th, 2015
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Saint-Etienne, France
It is an exciting and emotional journey to visit this Mine. Imagine in the dark and deep underground with the humidity and hot weather like 40 degree and full of noises and you will need to breath the carbon in. The journey will follows the footsteps of the miners through their daily lives, as well as the evolution of techniques and expertise by visiting the buildings of the only preserved mines…
This review was featured on Sunday July 19th, 2015
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Ridiculously Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Reykjavik, Iceland
HERE IS the newest glacial tour of Iceland called "INTO THE GLACIER" which debuted this June 1, 2015! Our JumpingFamily was so lucky to have entered (during its first two weeks) the world's largest man-made ice cave located in the western part of Iceland's Langjokull (Long Glacier), - 1,260 meters above sea level. The ice cave stretches deep undergroun…
This review was featured on Saturday July 18th, 2015
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Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Broek op Langedijk, Netherlands
A little bit of cultural education is always a good thing in my opinion and the versatility of this museum was a perfect setting on this Summerday: museum, auction demonstration and a boat tour. I think 18,50 euro entrance is a bit expensive but knowing what you get for it (museum-entrance, audio-tour, auction demonstration, and a boattrip) I think it is sure worth every cent of it. This museum s…
This review was featured on Friday July 17th, 2015
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