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travel review from Sofia, Bulgaria
updated 3 days ago
For aviation enthusiasts, there are two beautiful Soviet-built aircraft displayed close to Terminal 1, serving as “gate guardians” for the Bulgaria Air tower and other administrative buildings nearby. These are a Hemus Air Yakovlev Yak 40 and a Tupolev TU-134, …
travel blog from Escalante, Utah
updated 3 days ago
The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is a large scenic semi-wilderness area with its Northern section by scenic Utah Hwy 12 from Escalante through Tropic, Utah. The one through trail runs South from Cannonville to US Hwy 89 near Big Water …
travel review from Kodungallur, India
updated 3 days ago
If you happen to be passing Kodungallur in central Kerala, having visited the nearby Cheraman Mosque or the St Thomas Shrine or the Thiruvanchikulam Mahadeva Temple, then this is a great place to eat. And, judging by its clientele, that …
travel review from Sofia, Bulgaria
updated 3 days ago
Together with the Sveta Nedelya Church – which is of medieval origin but has adapted a similar style in the late 19th century – it is seen as one of the best-known landmarks of Sofia. Its copper-coloured domes are found …
travel review from Liverpool, England
updated 3 days ago
Stanley Dock is an inland dock and situated in Vauxhall, north of Liverpool City Centre. It is part of the northern dock system and links to Collingwood Dock and Leeds and Liverpool Canal via the Stanley Dock Branch, West and …
travel review from Liverpool, England
updated 3 days ago
The Leeds and Liverpool Canal's branch, designed by Jesse Hartley, was added in 1846 following the expanded railway disruption to the canal's original route to Old Hall Street and the Princes Dock area. Stanley Dock Branch has four locks which …
travel review from Liverpool, England
updated 3 days ago
We stayed overnight in a hotel situated by Brunswick Dock. The day after we completed walking the Leeds and Liverpool Canal we walked via the dock and connecting docks to the city centre. The dock was built by Jesse Hartley …
travel review from Liverpool, England
updated 3 days ago
Albert Dock was designed by Jesse Hartley and Philip Hardwick and opened in 1846. It comprises of dock buildings and warehouses which were built from cast iron, brick and stone, which then was unusual as structural wood was generally used …
travel review from Liverpool, England
updated 3 days ago
We struggled to find somewhere to have lunch as everywhere in the city centre seems busy and packed out one busy Saturday afternoon. We accidentally stumbled across the Beatles Cafe in Cavern Walks, a boutique shopping centre. The cafe, decorated …
travel blog from Gatlinburg, Tennessee
updated 3 days ago
As the golden hues of autumn slowly shift to the sparkling blanket of winter, the Smoky Mountains snowcapped peaks once again call out to the avid adventurer anxious to experience the thrill of a winter vacation. Gatlinburg Tennessee has something …
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Lighthouses that I have seen in the USA
travel review from Frankfurt am Main, Germany
updated 3 days ago
The Frankfurt Christmas Market is one of the largest Christmas markets in all of Germany. The elaborate and creative stand decorations, the scenic surroundings on the Römerberg and St Paul's Square and the huge Christmas tree combine to also make …
travel blog from Supai, Arizona
updated 4 days ago
I don't remember the last time I had gone to bed as early as I did last night. After such a long and strenuous day, it was much needed. We all awoke on Saturday morning fully energized after a much …
travel blog from Los Lunas, New Mexico
updated 4 days ago
You take driving for granted. Chances are, when you get in the car to head out of town, you don’t even stop to think about how the laws might be different when you reach your destination. Understanding these three common …
travel review from Colorado, United States
updated 4 days ago
The basics of traveling are often overlooked, leaving travelers unprepared for surprises. Veronica Baas's travel blog is a great collection of funny but helpful posts regarding traveling. She's been flying around the world since before she could walk, and with …
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