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travel review from Havana, Cuba
updated 6 hours ago
This a great place to have a beer at and watch the people go by, but the food is a let-down. This is Havana's microbrewery serving 3 different sorts of beer in large jars and also serve it in large …
travel review from La Habana, Cuba
updated 6 hours ago
This is really a tourist trap, as the food is not really up to scratch for the price you pay, the flamenco being the sole attraction here. Even so when the clientele doesn't get a move on to finish and …
travel blog from Kenilworth, England
updated 6 hours ago
The Kenilworth Lions Grand Show has become one of the highlights in the list of summer events in Kenilworth, it is usually held on the second Saturday in June and takes place in the historic setting of Abbey Fields. The …
travel blog from Cologne, Germany
updated 6 hours ago
Each time I went to Cologne I used trains. I liked the huge railway station and its location in the city - right opposite the famous Dom – Cologne Cathedral. I took an ICE train from Berlin to Cologne last …
travel review from Malta
updated 6 hours ago
The Buskett Gardens is a beautiful wood created by the Knights of Malta as a hunting ground. Its name comes from the Italian word “boschetto” which means little wood. At the Buskett Garden there are various kinds of trees and …
travel review from Havana, Cuba
updated 6 hours ago
This is a lovely square with a central part where you can sit under the trees and people watch or have a browse round the numerous stands of book-sellers that abound here every day. If you don't find a book …
travel review from Havana, Cuba
updated 8 hours ago
You can get a reasonale meal here, pizzas or spaghettis for less than 5CUC but don't expect great cuisine. Mojitos are a little expensive at 3CUC. A can of Cristal or Bucanero beer is 1.50 CUC. What you do get, …
travel blog from Zihuatanejo, Mexico
updated 8 hours ago
is the best part of every trip. and then sharing a yoga class on the beach, some sweat lodging, ocean surfing, and visiting sacred sites - beautiful people being in sacred spots together = human/earth magic! 
travel review from Havana, Cuba
updated 8 hours ago
Once at the ferry terminal in Casa Blanca it is quite a trudge up the hill to the foot of the 20 metres high statue made of Carrara marble. This was one of the last things that Batista oversaw in …
travel review from London, England
updated 9 hours ago
Canonbury is a part of the area in north London known as 'Islington'. Mainly residential, it contains a number of green spaces as well as a riverside walk. This review simply reccommends that you should walk slowly along Canonbury's streets …
travel review from Fatehpur Sikri, India
updated 9 hours ago
Legend tells that Akbar, wanting an heir, made a pilgrimage to a renowned Sufi saint, Sheik Salim Chisti, to ask for his blessing. When a son was born to him, out of gratitude Akbar named him after the saint and …
travel review from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
updated 10 hours ago
I think that the real Dubai is now confined to a small quarter, but housing a sample of everything - small souks, a museum, a mosque, a traditional house, handicrafts, actually, an island in the forest of cranes and skyscrapers. …
travel blog from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
updated 10 hours ago
Two weeks in the east
travel review from Portugal
updated 11 hours ago
Tomar is a nice town 137 km far from Lisbon. It is located in the centre of Portugal. Its main sight is the castle-convent of the Templars. It was initially built as a castle in 1160. Its complete building lasted …
travel review from Bologna, Italy
updated 11 hours ago
Quadrilatero is practically a maze of narrow streets lined with food shops, restaurants and cafes. Here you can find lots of shops; even very small ones where you can buy fruit and vegetables, meat, fishes, bread and pastries and other …
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