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travel review from Torun, Poland
updated 19 days ago
The difficulty of travelling in Poland over Easter is that many restaurants will be closed over the religious weekend. Polish people seem to celebrate the festivities with their families at home. For Easter Sunday in April 2017 I had 3 …
travel blog from Carcassonne, France
updated 19 days ago
Carcassonne you can do as well as a daytrip, the train takes about 1 to 1:20 hours, and you can then take the city bus number 4 to the Cité de Carcassonne. The Cité de Carcassonne, a citatel surrounded by …
travel review from London, England
updated 19 days ago
Finsbury Library at number 245 St Johns Street, a sweeping curved sixties’ construction (built 1967) that has a certain elegance celebrated 50 years of its existence in 2017. It was designed by the German Jewish refugee Carl Ludwig Franck (1904-1985), …
travel review from Lviv, Ukraine
updated 19 days ago
I saw this house on my way to Dzyga Arts Gallery. This house at 23 Armenian Street enjoys great popularity among the visitors too. This building houses Lviv National Arts Academy now. It dates back to the first half of …
travel blog from Siem Reap, Cambodia
updated 19 days ago
Spending the holiday in the same environment where you have heavy crowds, congested rooms and busy roads can be likened to normal form of daily routine. All that is needed is a new location with a beach to lie on, …
travel review from Gdansk, Poland
updated 19 days ago
Our apartment is about two minutes walk to the Town Hall, and we can see the half top of the tower from our bedroom window. It was a very nice day, the weather was beautiful brisk and sunny ... so …
travel blog from Rabat, Morocco
updated 19 days ago
BG: А това е столицата на Мароко - Рабат. DE: Und das ist die Hauptstadt von Marokko - Rabat. UK: And this is the capital of Morocco - Rabat. …
travel blog from Sydney, Australia
updated 19 days ago
Memories are something that can’t be taken away. They are a person’s real assets, the ones of true value. In our youth we don’t really pay much credence to this and channel all our energies chasing frivolous material possessions. But …
travel review from Sydney Harbour, Australia
updated 19 days ago
I recently visited a marvellous Dinner Cruise in Sydney Harbour which also had a Cabaret show which told a lovely story through. It was a never before experience for me. Love to share the details
travel blog from Zanskar, India
updated 20 days ago
My fourth hike to the Himalayas.
updated 20 days ago
Bruges reputation for being inundated with almost countless tourists is something you’ll probably hear of well before you arrive, but, fortunately, the huge camera-clad groups roaming the streets aren't quite enough to destroy the appeal of a fantastically picturesque town. …
travel review from Wolfenbuttel, Germany
updated 20 days ago
The Schloss-schänke is a restaurant/pub in a traditional style building of the area with its elaborate half-timbered and brick facade. The restaurant has a nice ambience with good service, the meal although not brilliant was adequate and the price reasonable. …
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updated 20 days ago
I used to live some years there, you can make a lot of daytrips from Munich
travel review from Munich, Germany
updated 20 days ago
The Octoberfest started as part of the festivities around the marriage of crown prince Ludwig to princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen in October 1810. It was organized by Andreas Michael Dall’Armi , a Major in the National (Bavarian) Guard, as a …
travel review from Baltimore, Maryland
updated 20 days ago
Located north of the downtown area, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is a bit out of the way to get to. Getting there without a car, can be a little difficult. The nearest subway stop is about a block away, …
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