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travel review from Ilidza, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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There is a beautiful old bridge over the Bosna River, about two kilometers downstream from its source. It is just under the highway that connect Sarajevo with Konjic, in a field called Plandiše, thus the name. It is today located …
updated 4 days ago
Vrelo Bosne- the source of the Bosna River is at the foothills of the mountain Igman in the Iiidza municipality. There are two road to get there: a motorroad from Ilidza to Blazuj and on a croassroad there is turning …
travel review from Belgrade, Serbia
updated 4 days ago
In the House of Flowers at part of the city called Dedinje there is the tomb of Marshal Tito. The "25. maj" Museum is next to it. On my way there I passed by the stadium of the FC Partizan, …
travel blog from Nacogdoches, Texas
updated 4 days ago
In the 1680s the Spanish established a series of indian trails from Mexico to Natchitoches Louisiana by way of whats now Nacogdoches and San Antonio. The trail was called Camino Real a la Tierra de los Tejas. www.ElCaminoTrail.org On July …
travel blog from Cisco, Texas
updated 4 days ago
Long ago I drove through Cisco, Utah when it had two Interstate exits...now there is only one exit, for Moab. Cisco is about a mile from Utah hwy 128, but gets little visitation cuz it has no services and it …
travel review from Ramsgate, England
updated 4 days ago
Hopefully readers will have come upon this review by way of the journal entry to which it should be attached and recounts a day I spent checking out some hostelries in Ramsgate by way of a small day trip. I …
travel blog from New York, New York
updated 4 days ago
There are numerous advantages to acquire from practicing yoga Without a doubt it is going to guide you straight to cope with tension and boost your desired wellbeing, in addition to additionally, aid improving toughness, versatility, balance, together with coordination. …
travel review from Marrakech, Morocco
updated 4 days ago
My cousin and I did the 3 days, 2 night trip from Marrakech to Fes, and we didn't know what to expect at all, we sort of booked it last minute really. I must admit, we did think that the …
travel blog from Florence, Italy
updated 4 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 review from Northumberland, England
updated 4 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 4 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 4 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 4 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 4 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 Tarwin Lower, Australia
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I spent a night camping by the ocean at Bear Gully Campground near Walkerville, west of Wilson's Promontory in Victoria, Australia. You have to book and pay for your site online here http://www.parkstay.vic.gov.au/cape-liptrap-coastal-park-bear-gully-campground The sites are unpowered and you need …
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