Museumsdorf Cloppenburg is a collection of historical farmhouses and other rural buildings in Cloppenburg, Germany.
It is located close to the city centre, less than 1 kilometre away from the railway station, and offers a lot of free parking lots. Entrance fee is 7 EUR per adult, 3 EUR per student, and 14.50 EUR for a whole family. With 250,000 visitors each year, it is one of the most popular mu…
From New Jersey Pittsburgh is a great location for a long weekend or even a weekend trip. It took us about 6 hours drive from Northern New Jersey to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, driving distance was about 370 miles.
Pittsburgh is quite an old city with a history reflected in its old neighborhoods, old buildings, old streets and a reputation for once being the leading steel and glass producing city… This review was featured on Monday September 1st, 2014
There is something really cool in my area. About 45 minute-drive from where I live on the northwestern edge of the city of Fresno, is an underground garden and home!
The underground garden, tunnels, rooms and courtyards were built for over 40 years by just ONE man, and this man was Baldassare Forstiere. And yes, he solely worked on his project with only a few digging tools and maybe a mule or… This review was featured on Sunday August 31st, 2014
With the increasing price of everything and anything, I will have to rate their 'cost' as 'average', cos everyone else seem to be putting up similar prices. I personally think MYR 20 for a plate of burger with some chips is considered as pricey.
Anyway, this place is Non Halal as it serves pork. It's quite uncommon to have pork served as burger meat in Malaysia, so this can be one of its plus … This review was featured on Saturday August 30th, 2014
The lock-up Restaurant is one of Japan's quirky places to eat. Set up as a prison style restaurant you'll be greeted by a policewoman who will immediately arrest you. My crime was getting drunk the night before :/
From there you are taken to a cell and locked up. After a short time you are bought a menu by one of the inmates. When you receive the menu you'll see words like 'warning' 'roulette' an… This review was featured on Friday August 29th, 2014
THE PALACE’S (KERATON) OF YOGYAKARTA and SURAKARTA (Solo),Central Java.
For Centuries West, Central and East Java (Indonesia) was going through incredible changes, mainly due to worldwide trade with many Countries, the Dutch, Portuguese, English, Chinese and the Japanese had the most interest in the many rich resources these Islands have to offer, so it was this trading with Indonesia’s nor… This review was featured on Thursday August 28th, 2014
El 2 de agosto del 2011 abre por primera vez sus puertas este restaurante, teniendo como su capitán al Chef Juan Diego Perochena, y que desde setiembre 2013 tiene a mi hijo André como uno de sus miembros (siiii ... mamá orgullosa con babero...).
Pirkas Grill busca combinar las técnicas de la parrilla argentina fusionada con los sabores peruanos, logrando un resultado muy sabroso y de calidad.… This review was featured on Wednesday August 27th, 2014
I had always wanted to see Mt Everest but due to time constraints and maybe endurance issues (haha), I didn't think I can go up physically....So I was happy to find flights that were strictly for viewing Mt Everest from only US$170 upwards!
I had my flight booked on July 2014. The airport was a small one in Kathmandu and I woke up at about 5 AM to get there at 6 AM. However, our flight was del… This review was featured on Tuesday August 26th, 2014
As I was only staying one night here as a stopgap before leaving Zambia – I was in and out in under 12 hours – perhaps I’m being a little unfair. But first impressions do count for something, and I must say that my first impression of this place were not great at all.
The moment I left my taxi, I was immediately accosted by a staff member who rudely demanded if I had a reservation. When I s… This review was featured on Monday August 25th, 2014
It was a relaxing summer drive through the wineries and small towns of the upper Shenandoah Valley of Virginia when my attention was arrested by a site not seen since the Mesozoic Era. A giant sauropod with outstretched neck facing off against the mighty Tyrannosaurus Rex! The monstrous beasts seemed unaware of the passing motorists so entrenched were they in their contest of prehistoric might.
… This review was featured on Sunday August 24th, 2014