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travel review from Brussels, Belgium
updated 4 days ago
Its real name is De Kleine Zavel/Le Petit Sablon; in Flemish and French languages). It situated in Sablon square. It was originally a horse market. In 1890 it was turned into a garden. It is surrounded by 48 statues representing …
travel review from Brussels, Belgium
updated 4 days ago
Grand Place, or Grote Markt (in Flemish) is the main square in Brussels. This beautiful square was first laid out after the construction of the town hall (1402-1455). On august 13th 1695 it was bombed to ruins by the French. …
travel review from Brussels, Belgium
updated 4 days ago
This museum is housed in a Art Nouveaux building designed in 1899. It has more than 1.500 intruments from all areas of the world and from all times. These are on display on four floors. Once you bought your ticket …
travel review from Lucca, Italy
updated 4 days ago
Lucca can be visited as a day trip from Florence and from Pisa by bus, but I suggest to spend at least a couple of days in this town. The bus station in Lucca is situated in piazzale Verdi. It …
travel blog from Jaipur, India
updated 4 days ago
The land of the kings is also famous for the magnificent hill forts that you simply cannot afford to miss out when you take up any of the Rajasthan tourism packages. The Hill Forts of Rajasthan stand witness to the …
travel blog from Vienna, Austria
updated 4 days ago
My first association to Vienna is the Viennese Waltz held on the New Year’s Eve Ball at the Hofburg( Imperial Palace). There is always something to see in Vienna, depending on a reason of your visit. My first travel to …
travel blog from Havana, Cuba
updated 5 days ago
We had a pretty good nights sleep, considering the old town is pretty noisy.  Our room didn’t have a window which I don’t really like but in hindsight given the amount of noise coming from the street at all hours …
travel review from Fremont, Ohio
updated 5 days ago
Encompassing twenty five acres, the Spiegel Grove estate has just about everything. Known for being the home of President Rutherford B. Hayes, Spiegel Grove offers much beyond that landmark distinction. Hayes’ son established the first ever Presidential Library here to …
travel blog from Fremont, Ohio
updated 5 days ago
Continued on a northern trajectory this morning before breaking east the last half hour to Fremont.  This placed me at Spiegel Grove, the presidential estate of Rutherford B. Hayes.  In all likelihood you know nothing about Hayes.  I sure did …
travel blog from Tomar, Portugal
updated 5 days ago
We had a bit of a lay in as there was no real urgency on the day.  The breakfast at the hotel wasn’t so great this time, but did a job on us, and so we set about walking through …
travel review from Brussels, Belgium
updated 5 days ago
I spent three night at this bed and breakfast. My single room was nice and had shower and a basin en suite. The breakfast consisted of fresh bread, jam, yoghourt, ham, cheese and fruit juice. There was a machine to …
travel review from Kaona, Serbia
updated 5 days ago
The Monastery Kaona (Serbian: Manastir Kaona) is a Serbian Orthodox Monastery in village Kaona in the central part of the Mačva region in Western Serbia. The Monastery has a long mystical history. It is believed that the first church was …
travel blog from Velebit, Croatia
updated 5 days ago
After weeks of gloomy, rainy weather, this January weekend turned out a beautiful, sunny winter day. My friends and I decided to do a longer hike today to the snowy peaks of Velebit mountain, to the Struge mountain shelter. We …
travel blog from Leiden, Netherlands
updated 5 days ago
I did not have to walk far to get to Hortus botanicus on Rapenburg. I think they had a small entry fee, but that did not matter to me. The botanical garden appeared to specialize in nice flowers. (They were …
travel review from Whitby, England
updated 5 days ago
The life-size bronze statue of the Borghese gladiator is a replica of the famous statue, which it is believed Sir Hugh installed here in the 17th century but which was lost. The replacement was created from a model in the …
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