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travel review from Middlesbrough, England
updated 1 day ago
At lunchtime, I was looking for a place to get a parmo which was not a take away and ended up here. I was expecting something more like a pub, but ended up in a posh place where I was …
travel review from Middlesbrough, England
updated 1 day ago
This park is located northwest to St. Hilda's in an industrial area. It is nothing really beautiful, far away from civilization and with a view on even more industrial areas on the other side of the Tees river. This view, …
travel review from Nikkaluokta, Sweden
updated 1 day ago
Nikkaluokta is a small village at one of the starting points of the famous long-distance hiking trail “Kungsleden” (the King’s trail). It is also one of the best starting points to Kebnekaise mountain station and a hiking trail to the …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
One of my favourite places in the city is the rosarium, a long-ish garden along the riverside promenade upstream from Albert bridge. It was created in the years 1935/36 for the Reich's Garden Show after plans of the director of …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
One of the nice gardens along the riverside promenade on the new town side is the shrubs garden. It was designed by the director of the city gardens, Heinrich Balke, and created in the years 1934/35. The garden was restored …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
The Saxon State Archive building was erected 1911 - 15 after plans of Ottomar Reichelt and Heinrich Koch. The magazine building has eight floors on a pentagonal ground plan, topped by a huge roof. The main facade is structured by …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
The Jägerhof building is one of the few remains of Renaissance architecture in Dresden (but it is only the western wing of the original complex). It was built in 1569. Nowadays it is home of the Saxon folk art museum. …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
The Japanese Palace is an impressive Baroque building, located at the right bank of the river and a landmark of Dresden. It was built in the early 18th century with four-wings enclosing a courtyard. The roofs and the sculptures give …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
Unfortunately, due to the bombing in 1945 there are not many townhouses originally preserved in Dresden. One of the few exceptions is the so called "Kügelgenhaus", located in the pedestrian zone Hauptstraße in the Inner Neustadt district. The house was …
travel review from Dresden, Germany
updated 1 day ago
This church was designed by famous architect Pöppelmann (Zwinger) in Baroque style 1732-39. The interior was redone according to plans of George Bähr (architect of the Frauenkirche!) In Feb 1945 it burned out completely, the latest restoration was done in …
travel review from Middlesbrough, England
updated 1 day ago
In an area which is rather known for social conflicts than for money, many pubs have closed and other cater for a rather low budget audience. If the no dress code Saturday night party in one of the other pubs …
travel review from Middlesbrough, England
updated 1 day ago
A family friendly-pub during daytime with a welcoming atmosphere. Dishes are mostly pub food and classics, but it is one of a few pub-like places in Middlesbrough to serve Parmo - and a very good Parmo! TS One has unusual …
travel review from Yangon, Myanmar
updated 1 day ago
After spending two nights in Ngwe Saung Beach we took the six hours trip back to Yangon. We were there just for a night. We are going to take the night bus to Bagan on the next day. This is …
travel review from Macau, China
updated 2 days ago
Like many people, we first encountered the Hac Sa Parque Restaurant when we were trying to visit Fernando's next door. Fernando's had a long queue so we turned to the Hac Sa Parque instead. That was years ago. Now I …
travel blog from Macau, China
updated 2 days ago
Macau is very close to Hong Kong, where I live - only an hour away by ferry - so I visit it frequently. When I first visited, it was still a Portuguese Enclave. I enjoyed the historical buildings, Portuguese food …
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