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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Columbus, New Mexico, USA
I had been to the museum located in the old railroad depot, in Columbus, New Mexico on several occasions. Charlie, however, has never been here; so I wanted to stop here and show him the museum and the history of the town. The Columbus Historical Society Museum has three rooms filled with memorabilia associated with General Pershing and the raid conducted by soldiers belonging to Pancho Villa on…
This review was featured on Saturday November 25th, 2017
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Expensive "Hotels & Accommodations" in Tavistock, England, UK
I had a little job to do in Tavistock, which required an overnight stay and ended up at the Queens Head. This was formerly Browns Hotel, where I'd enjoyed several excellent lunches in the past, and had recently been taken over by the J D Wetherspoon pub company. Wetherspoon's is a large, highly successful business with over 1,000 pubs around the UK and Ireland. The company specialises in taking…
This review was featured on Friday November 24th, 2017
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Expensive "Hotels & Accommodations" in Singapore, Singapore
I stayed in this Hotel because the rest were fully booked due to a big conference that was held during the time of my stay. For this reason the price for their rooms also went up. I got their standard room which was just renovated a month before. For the price that I paid (average SGD 450), it was really not worth it. Here are some of the flaws, particularly for a person who's traveling on bus…
This review was featured on Thursday November 23rd, 2017
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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Ipswich, England, UK
By walking west along Falcon Street, and then north along Queen Street, you reach Giles Circus, where several roads meet. The centre of this open space contains a comical statue dedicated to the memory of the cartoonist ‘Giles’. It depicts ‘Grandma’, one of the cartoonist’s characters, with her handbag. She is looking up towards the newspaper office where Ronald “Carl” Giles (1916-19…
This review was featured on Wednesday November 22nd, 2017
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Cheap "Hotels & Accommodations" in Inglewood, California, USA
Backpackers Paradise Hostel is the first time I have ever tried to stay at a hostel. So, take this review with this in mind for the experienced hostel traveler. I booked a great deal for $26 per night at this location only to find out this is the rate for 18-30 year olds. I had to pay an extra $29 to the hotel upon arrival to stay in a shared room with females above 30 years of age. It was…
This review was featured on Tuesday November 21st, 2017
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Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK
The Centre for Life opened in Newcastle back in the year 2000, but we have only recently got round to visiting. Our perception had been that this is largely a place for children and families, rather than adults, and on the whole our visit reinforced rather than changed that perception. However, we had discovered that some events and activities have a more adult bias and it was one of these that dr…
This review was featured on Friday November 17th, 2017
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Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Rome, Italy
I have written elsewhere on this journal entry about getting completely lost on what I subsequently found out to be Janiculum Hill, apparently so named for the Roman god Janus (from where we get our English word January) and I had seen the monuments to Guiseppi Garibaldi and his redoubtable wife Anita which form the basis of other reviews on this page. This was all well and good, I was admittedly…
This review was featured on Thursday November 16th, 2017
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Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Liverpool, England, UK
Anfield Stadium is the home of Liverpool FC in the Premier League England. I took the number 26 bus from Liverpool One bus station ,near the Albert Dock Liverpool, to Anfield stadium about 2 miles. The stadium is on the left ,as the bus approaches Anfield,can not be missed. I bought a ticket for the stadium tour, £20 adult or OAP £15, child is less.The tour is at your own pace and starts at the …
This review was featured on Saturday November 11th, 2017
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in London, England, UK
The Churchill War Rooms is a museum of the underground bunker where the British government carried out command and control operations during World War II. Officially, the location was known as the Cabinet War Rooms. The War Rooms were put together in what had been storage space underneath the New Public Offices (now HM Treasury). Operations began in 1939 just before Germany invaded Poland and rema…
This review was featured on Friday November 10th, 2017
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Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Auschwitz, Poland
The word ‘Auschwitz’ has become so synonymous with the Holocaust that it has become nearly impossible to think of what is undoubtedly one of humanity’s darkest ever chapters without it. And with good reason. For in this place, more of those deemed ‘undesirable’ by the Nazi State were murdered as part of the ‘Final Solution’, at least 1.1 million in all, than in any other concentratio…
This review was featured on Thursday November 9th, 2017
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