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travel blog from Florence, Italy
updated 2 days ago
After breakfast on our terrace, we walked to the Sant'Ambrogio farmers' market in the Piazza Lorenzo Ghiberti, where we bought fresh fruit and vegetables for next to nothing. One farmer was busy arranging the porcini he had picked that morning. Just …
travel blog from New York, New York
updated 2 days ago
We are going to take a close take a look at a very long time multilevel marketing company who is based in Texas. This is a Mannatech review. A business that declares they transform lives.So let's be the judge of …
travel review from Northumberland, England
updated 2 days ago
Berwick on Tweed is in the county of Northumberland England,on the border with Scotland,It is England"s most northerly town. There are different period buildings from the medieval times onwards. In history Berwick changed hands between England and Scotland 13 times, …
travel blog from Jawor, Poland
updated 2 days ago
Jawor's main attraction is the so-called Church of Peace, one of three wooden churches that the Protestants of Silesia were allowed to build after the Peace Treaty of Westphalia in 1648. Two are preserved, this one and another in Swidnica, …
travel review from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
updated 2 days ago
One forgot that 3 stars in Malaysia equates to 2 stars for the rest of us... Like this part of the city, the Hotel looks tired, although the staff are lovely.
travel review from Jelenia Gora, Poland
updated 2 days ago
The cemetery around Church of Grace, the formerly Lutheran church, is not active any more. The grounds have been transformed into a public park, accessible for free all day. A walk round the park should not be missed because of …
travel review from Dublin, Ireland
updated 3 days ago
The Costa chain is widespread throughout the UK and Ireland. This Dublin location is directly across from Trinity College. We stopped in for refreshment after out visit to Trinity and the Book of Kells. We enjoyed an order of tea …
travel review from Hanksville, Utah
updated 3 days ago
The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is a large park under the National Park Service. It encompasses 1.25 million acres of land a water in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. In August 2017, I drove through the part intersected by …
travel review from Hanksville, Utah
updated 3 days ago
Hite is located on the northern edge of Lake Powell and was once a prosperous mining town formed in 1883 after Navajo Chief Hoskininni led Cass Hite to this canyon and Hite discovered gold. Hite built a trading post here …
travel review from Mount Pleasant, Utah
updated 3 days ago
$83 with a discount as of August 2017 (prices vary due to weekend/weekday, season, special events and other factors). I did not see a lot of options for accommodations in Mount Pleasant and even fewer in Fairview. As I drove …
travel review from Green River, Utah
updated 3 days ago
Green River is a town of just under 1000 (little changed since 2000) located at Exits 160 and 164, Interstate 70, along the Green River in Emery County in Southeastern Utah. The part of Interstate 70 west of Green River …
travel review from Green River, Utah
updated 3 days ago
Green River has a nice, pretty, veteran's memorial made of shiny black stone located by the parking area of the John Wesley Powell River Museum dedicated to all veterans of the nation's military. As a veteran myself, I stop at …
travel review from Hanksville, Utah
updated 3 days ago
Blondie's is a restaurant, a gift shop, an ice cream shop and more all rolled into one. It is on the main road through town (Utah Highway 95) so you cannot miss it. They serve a good breakfast, a lunch …
travel blog from Osaka, Japan
updated 3 days ago
This was our last morning and we walked from our hotel to the Shin-Imamiya Station which served the Nankai Line which was much cheaper than the Hakura Line and we did not have to travel to Osaka station first. The …
travel review from Hanksville, Utah
updated 3 days ago
Years ago, rumors were abundant around Hanksville about a lost Spanish Gold Mine located somewhere in the Henry Mountains. Edward T. Wolverton became convinced he could find that mine and he built this mill in Hanksville in 1921 starting it …
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