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travel blog from Stuttgart, Germany
updated 14 hours ago
My earliest memory of a football World Cup was Mexico '86. Apart from the catchy Aztec Lightning BBC soundtrack, which I subsequently purchased on 7-inch vinyl, it was a certain hand of god and England's traditional quarter final exit that …
travel blog from New Plymouth, New Zealand
updated 15 hours ago
Since arriving in NZ, just like our lives before in Europe, we haven't stopped travelling and exploring.Whilst there's heaps of small towns and nooks and crannies we haven't seen, we've made a damn good effort of covering most of both …
travel review from Siem Reap, Cambodia
updated 17 hours ago
During our TB meetup in the month of March 2017, we had planned to meet at Red Piano, Pub street for dinner. Jon (TB northlight) had already made reservations here for a group of about 15 people. This restaurant is …
travel review from Bangkok, Thailand
updated 17 hours ago
I visited this restaurant on 8th March 2017 for lunch. We were 6 Travbuddies who decided to meet in Bangkok over lunch and as per suggestion of Thananya, a TB from Bangkok, we chose this restaurant. This restaurant has many …
travel review from Bangkok, Thailand
updated 18 hours ago
I visited Bangkok twice in last 3 years and both the times I stayed at Red Planet Asoke Hotel. Since there is no restaurant in the hostel itself, I was exploring few restaurants nearby. I found this famous restaurant just …
travel review from Mandalay, Myanmar
updated 18 hours ago
The ABC Backpackers & Golden City Light is excellent, but the location is not so good, surrounded by uninteresting shops and shopping malls and very few restaurants, also not very interesting. The place is basically a hotel with a few …
travel review from Virginia Beach, Virginia
updated 20 hours ago
The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel is about to get a makeover. Originally there was a bridge, then a tunnel, then another bridge, then another tunnel, then a final bridge connecting to the opposite mainland. The two tunnels formed shipping lanes overhead …
travel review from Kinneret, Israel
updated 22 hours ago
Considering they're a few kilometres away from Capernaum where Jesus performed the miracle of 2 loaves and 5 fish feeding 5000 of his devotees, this restaurant didn't have a very hard time coming up with a name like this! It's …
travel blog from Kinneret, Israel
updated 22 hours ago
This was our lunch stop after visiting the behemoth tourist attraction of Capernaum. It's supposedly world famous for the fish, the guide couldn't stop pitching it to me (he probably didn't get the irony - selling fish to a veggie). …
travel blog from Leamington Spa, England
updated 1 day ago
The Leamington Art in the Park Festival, the annual two-day celebration of the arts, now in its 3rd year (2016) took place on Saturday and Sunday August 6-7 with over 10,000 visitors. This year there was the usual free workshops, …
travel blog from Marxzell, Germany
updated 1 day ago
Marxzell is a village halfway up the Alb valley. In fact it consists of a handful of villages (Marxzell and Frauenalb down in the valley, Burbach, Pfaffenrot and Spielberg up in the hills). Marxzell is not very big, but apart …
updated 1 day ago
Marktoberdorf is the capital of the Bavarian district of Ostallgäu in the Regierungsbezirk of Swabia and offers a mix of tranquillity and town life with an accumulated history. Must see sights/attractions include: the Parish church of Saint Martin, Künstlerhaus Marktoberdorf …
updated 1 day ago
Pioneer is a tiny town of about 40 (pretty steady since 2000) located along Texas Highway 36 in Eastland County in the Panhandle Plains Section of Texas. There were settlers here, and a woman buried here, prior to the establishment …
travel review from Pioneer, Texas
updated 1 day ago
Pioneer is a tiny town of about 40 (pretty steady since 2000) located along Texas Highway 36 in Eastland County in the Panhandle Plains Section of Texas. There were settlers here, and a woman buried here, prior to the establishment …
travel review from Cross Plains, Texas
updated 1 day ago
The home where author Robert E. Howard, the creator of the character of Conan the Barbarian, lived from 1919 until his death in 1936 is located in Cross Plains. Many of his most famous works came while he was living …
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