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travel review from Hameenlinna, Finland
updated 7 hours ago
One of the best-known castles in Finland, Häme Castle has given its name to the city. The 13th century castle was altered and expanded several times. Between 1837 and 1980 it was used as a prison. Afterwards, it was refurbished …
updated 8 hours ago
Easily accessible from both, Tampere and Helsinki, Hämeenlinna is a good day trip destination. With only around 45000 inhabitants, the city is not really big - not even by Finnish standards. However, it has a long history and a castle …
travel review from Doncaster, England
updated 8 hours ago
A popular and well-known Wetherspoon pub which can get pretty full easily. It was incredible for a Saturday afternoon, can't imagine how full it is on Friday or Saturday evening. The pub can track back its history to the 18th …
travel blog from Doncaster, England
updated 8 hours ago
Doncaster itself is not blessed with great sights but might be an interesting gateway to South Yorkshire, Darbyshire and the Derwent Valley. It may also serve as a base to visit sights in the region like Conisbrough Castle or the …
travel review from Doncaster, England
updated 8 hours ago
A rock-style pub with frequent live music, has a slightly rougher apperance than the average Greene King Pub. The pictures on their website are a little more mainstream than the reality is! Great place, popular with students. Menu and prices …
travel review from Doncaster, England
updated 8 hours ago
Doncaster has a large market in the city centre with a variety of stalls ranging from local food to cheap Asian household items. The market consists of several parts which are next to each other. The international food hall as …
travel review from Prague, Czech Republic
updated 8 hours ago
U Zlateho Tygra (The Golden Tiger) is a traditional Czech beer pub. It was the favourite place of Bohumil Hrabal, who was one of Prague's most famous writers. The interior of the pub is equipped with old wooden furniture. On …
travel blog from Prague, Czech Republic
updated 8 hours ago
My first visit of Prague was in September 2003, when it was my holiday base for 8 days. I then returned to the Czech capital three times: in December 2014, 2015 and 2016, when I started my winter trips through the …
travel review from Ferrara, Italy
updated 10 hours ago
The cathedral was built in the XII century. It was restored and modified between 1712 and 1880. Its facade is divided into three sections. The lower part was built in Romanesque style. The upper part was built some decades later …
travel blog from World
updated 10 hours ago
No doubt, our world is very beautiful, and every side of this globe is worth visiting. You can’t even imagine the places, but our world has it. Almost everyone wants to love visiting beautiful places apparently you are also counted …
travel blog from Norfolk, Virginia
updated 10 hours ago
I had an entire day to spend in Norfolk. The trial ended yesterday but the defense attorney did not have me booked on a flight back to Baton Rouge until tomorrow. That gave me an entire day to just explore …
travel review from Sliema, Malta
updated 11 hours ago
I found the Preluna a great base while holidaying in Malta in July 2008. Situated in bustling Sliema on Tower Road, there are plenty of bars and restaurants within walking distance. The rocky beach is also just opposite, as is …
travel blog from Ubud, Indonesia
updated 15 hours ago
In October 2016 I backpacked in Java and Bali. On Java I visited Jakarta and Jogjakarta. From Java I took a flight to Bali and traveled to Ubud and Sanur. I really enjoyed my travel through Indonesia and I hope …
travel review from Altenberg, Germany
updated 16 hours ago
This charming, rustic mountain hut is one of my most recent discoveries. It is located on top of Mt. Geising, accessible by walking/hiking only. Shortest and least strenuous walk is from Altenberg centre/train station, about 40 minutes on slow pace. …
travel review from Altenberg, Germany
updated 16 hours ago
Kahleberg (905 m), about 2 km southwest of Altenberg, is the highest elevation at the German side of the Eastern Erzgebirge mountains. It is really a long plateau, not a peak, only on the northern side is a (very) steep …
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