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travel review from Trento, Italy
updated 2 days ago
Piazza del Duomo as the name suggest houses the Duomo. It is the cathedral of San Vigilio. This is a Romanesque – Gothic building. Opposite this church you can see the Cazzuffi – Rella houses. These are are two beautiful …
travel review from Trento, Italy
updated 2 days ago
Castello del Buonconsiglio is surely the main sight of Trento. It is made of three buildings. Inside there are many rooms to visit. The castle has some towers and two gardens. The ancient part of the castle named Castelvecchio was …
travel review from Trento, Italy
updated 2 days ago
Altopiano di Pinè is a plateau situated around 22 km from Trento. It has two main villages; Baselga di Pinè e Bedollo and many other villages that are part of these. It is located over 900 meters on the sea …
travel review from Sintra, Portugal
updated 2 days ago
Artnis is quite a large shop where you can find a good choice of home textils and various other items. Here you can find table cloths, napkins, dish cloths, bath towels and aprons. At Arnis they also sell clothes and …
travel review from Sintra, Portugal
updated 2 days ago
The queijada is one of the two typical pastries of Sintra (the other is travesseiro). They are made of a thin pastry case filled with a mixture of cheese, flour, sugar, egg yolk and cinnamon. Queijadas are sold at some …
travel blog from Corpus Christi, Texas
updated 2 days ago
   Day 10 started mostly cloudy and cool.  I had a good breakfast in the breakfast area of the La Quinta and drove into the downtown area of Corpus Christi to see the Whataburger Field, sorry that it is not …
travel review from Pleasanton, Texas
updated 2 days ago
I had thought about stopping in San Antonio for the night but once I got onto Interstate 410, I wanted to at least get on the east side of San Antonio so I would not have to drive in the …
travel review from Del Rio, Texas
updated 2 days ago
I decided to try for a budget motel in Del Rio as I had spent a bit more than usual while staying at the Quality Inn in Van Horn. I spotted a Motel 6 and it looked adequate for my …
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Langtry is a tiny town of about 12 located along U. S. Highway 90 in Val Verde County in Southwest Texas. Langtry is best known as the home of the famous (or infamous depending on who you ask) Judge Roy …
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Sanderson is a census designated place with a population of just over 800 (down 3% since 2000) located at the intersection of U. S. Highways 285 and 90, in Terrell County in West Texas. Sanderson is about 65 miles southeast …
travel blog from Cancun, Mexico
updated 2 days ago
After 24 days in Cuba I can honestly say we were looking forward to Mexico.  We had enough of bland Cuban food and other inconveniences, so it was time to get back to 2018! Our flight from Cuba was around …
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travel review from Sintra, Portugal
updated 3 days ago
The museum Anjos Teixeira is housed inside a former watermill built at the beginning of the XX century. If you are interested in sculpture you should visit this museum. Here you can see a large collection of sculptures even bronze …
travel review from Sintra, Portugal
updated 3 days ago
This palace served as a summer residence for the Portuguese kings since the early 14th century. Probably it has Moorish origin. What you see today mostly consists of the buildings ordered by king Joao I (around 1415) and by king …
travel blog from Gudauri, Georgia
updated 3 days ago
4x4 driving, wild camping & high-altitude hiking across a land of neverending conflicts, ancient snow capped peaks, age old traditions, rugged landscape & home of the legendary golden fleece - the high & mighty caucasus - the roof of europe!
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