Located north of the downtown area, and a few blocks from the Washington Convention Center, the Duo Housing DC can be tough to get to, as it can be quite a walk from the nearest Metrorail stop. The closest one is the Mt. Vernon stop, right underneath the Washington Convention Center. It is about a 10 minute walk. Or a 30-minute walk from the National Mall.
Entering the hostel, you will have to… This review was featured on Saturday September 24th, 2016
Taken at Takht-e Soleyman,
Takht-e Soleyman (The Throne of Solomon) is a remote prehistoric mound dating from c.6000 B.C. in West Azarbaijan, Iran
The complex dating back from c.1500 to c. 1100 B.C. includes remains of a Sassanian palace, citadel, Zoroastrian fire temple and Il-Khanid buildings grouped round a bottomless lake (water spring) of deep blue and although the site was discovered in… This review was featured on Friday September 23rd, 2016
Petra tou Romiou, also known as Aphrodite's Rock, is a sea stack in Paphos, Cyprus. It is located off the shore along the main road and about an hour drive from Limassol. The combination of the beauty of the area and its status in mythology as the birthplace of Aphrodite makes it a popular tourist location.
Greek legend holds that goddess Aphrodite was born here as a result of the castration of … This review was featured on Thursday September 22nd, 2016
Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Jordan
Chartering the Jett bus (jett.jo) at 6:30am for less than JD10, heading to the new seventh world wonder. Please note as prices as well as timetables are subject to change, be on the save side and check out the website as mentioned above. I found the airconditioned buses punctual, clean, and comfortable. A on board service is available during longer distances. Two stops on our way to the stone city… This review was featured on Tuesday September 20th, 2016
Me and Sylvia are retired to low income. We are doing well, but have to travel economy and limit our international travel. Sylvia found reasonably priced airfare with a good downtown San Jose Hotel included In Costa Rica. We couldn't pass on this great once in a lifetime visit to a great place with good people. So we booked that deal four months in advance. We did some internet homework and found … This review was featured on Monday September 19th, 2016
I was driving across Sweden from Stockholm towards Gothenburg and had decided not to take a hotel in Gothenburg this time because I wanted to see another part of Sweden this time. After consulting some colleagues I decided to stop in Mariestad, which supposed to be a nice and beautiful place.
When I entered the city at 20 minutes to 9pm the rain just started to pour down and it was almost impo… This review was featured on Thursday September 15th, 2016
Vintage Garden is quite a special restaurant. It looks like something out of a magazine for better homes and interior decoration. It is located in the Jewish Quarter in the vicinity of famous Budapest's ruin bars. It is certainly the best-dressed restaurant in Budapest. In every segment of it you will find colorful flowers and delicate chandeliers. Some walls are entirely made of flowers. Flowers … This review was featured on Friday September 9th, 2016
I am a loyal customer of Soto Ayam Ambengan Cak-Di SCBD branch. Soto Ayam (Chicken Soto) is a speciality dish of East Java.
Different from the typical soto, Cak-Di's soto incorporates a prawn base (an optional ingredient) making the taste exceptional. There are 2 main types of soto served at this restaurant:
-Regular Chicken Soto (chicken meat only) and
-Complete Chicken Soto (chicken meat … This review was featured on Thursday September 8th, 2016
We try to go away each year for our wedding anniversary and with so many great hotels to choose from in Dubai we thought this year to try the Habtoor Grand. Booking.com gave us a decent price for two nights so after the commute from Abu Dhabi I picked up Tamara from home and off we headed to the hotel.
Dubai Thursday traffic is notoriously bad but we managed to avoid the worst of it and arrived… This review was featured on Tuesday September 6th, 2016
The Sousse Ribat stands at the far eastern end of the medina, approximately 500 meters inland from the coast. Southwest of the ribat is the Great Mosque, built in 851, accessible by foot across the Place des Martyrs.
The height of ribat construction was limited to the first centuries of Muslim rule in the region. Though initially established by an Abbasid governor in 796, the ribat at Sousse wa… This review was featured on Monday September 5th, 2016