Blog Entries tagged 'buildings'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'buildings'
- Avenue of StarsIt was the last day of the class session today and we all had an extra hour to make up from the first day, so Bex, Mike, and I went down the street to Koon Thai Hai Nam Chicken for Posted by jenniferfer in My Summer in Asia | Jun 15, 2011
- What a Nightmare!I'm currently really falling behind with my blogging because I've been all over the place trying to get myself settled in at Beijing. So let me just say how much I am NOT liking Beijing so far. It has been Posted by jenniferfer in My Summer in Asia | Jun 22, 2011
- Che, Cigars & SalsaIt’s a 9 hour flight from London to Havana and we landed at 4:30 in the afternoon at Jose Marti International Airport. Entry into Cuba was interesting and had similarities with Passport Control at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport many years ago. Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Jun 20, 2011
- Time to Get Pampered I had a lot of free time for myself today and decided to make use of my Groupon for the nail salon. My nails were dying for a makeover. I headed straight to Causeway Bay after class to get some Posted by jenniferfer in My Summer in Asia | Jun 13, 2011
- Hardships and SmilesSouth East Asia was definitely new territory for us. We arrived in Hanoi (6 hours ahead of British time) at around 1 o’clock on the Saturday lunchtime to be greeted by the first of the excellent guides supplied by ‘Live Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Jun 18, 2011
- Venice - That Sinking FeelingPeople told me that Venice is a tatty, dirty, smelly place and that it was over-rated. But the Venice that I first visited in August 2005 is a magical place that I can’t ever imagine getting tired of walking around.
It’s Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Jun 18, 2011
I had great hopes for Goris. Like Sisian, it seemed like a good place to stay for a few Posted by sue deegan in travels 2010 | Jun 17, 2011
- June 12, 2011June 12, 2011
Today, we woke up early with no alarm set. It was about 8 a.m. We got dressed and walked down to the train station to check it out. The walk was a little easier today since we Posted by Lizzy001 in Adventures of Lizzy & Ray | Jun 12, 2011
- When 2-for-1 cocktails become 6-for-3...Yesterday morning we caught the monorail to KL Sentral, then waited rather longer than the sign suggested for the next train to Mid Valley Megamall. Mmm, rubber time. This was mostly to visit a larger Toys R Us Posted by NarLin in The Nerds at Number 10... KL Kapers | Jun 13, 2011
- A little time in Singapore
This was the final leg of our first trip to South East Asia. Our flight to Singapore from Cambodia was due to get us to Changi Airport at around 16:30 Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Jun 9, 2011
- Stanley MarketToday I got to spend the day with my sweet grandma, Chung Yi. She didn't have to work until late in the afternoon, so I asked her if she could take me to visit the restaurant she works at since Posted by jenniferfer in My Summer in Asia | Jun 4, 2011
- The French ConnectionOur plan for today was to explore three areas representing distinct periods in Shanghai's history. We started in the Old Town, the first part of the city to be settled, now filled with shops selling souvenirs.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/366 Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jun 9, 2011
- Shanghai: City of the FutureThe day we arrived after spending the night on the sleeper train (optimistically titled) we collapsed in a heap at the hostel, and yesterday it rained constantly, so today is the first day we've really been able to explore Shanghai. Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Jun 7, 2011
- Temple Time in CambodiaAfter spending two weeks in Vietnam, we tagged on a few days in Cambodia to see the Angkor Park and its temples. The flight to Siem Reap in Cambodia was just one hour from Ho Chi Minh City and we Posted by david.byne in New Territory | Jun 5, 2011
- Forbidden PleasuresOur day was largely spent in the Forbidden City, the palace of the emperor in imperial China.
By the time we'd walked all the way from the entrance to the north wall then back, via an excel Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | May 31, 2011
- Arriving In Victoria After spending 24 hours in Victoria, I am absolutely in love. Its green, its by the ocean, the air smells like flowers. The university is pretty, the programs sound great, and there's a beach near by. Posted by Advontuura in The Magic of Wandering | May 25, 2011
- 10 Head-turners - Modern architecture in Mexico CityHere are 10 of Mexico City's most stunning, unusual or weird-looking modern buildings:
1. Soumaya Museum
Twisted and Squeezed. Carlos Slim, the richest man in the world, had this bu Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | May 25, 2011
- Feeling dwarfed in one of the largest squares in the world
The enormous Plaza de la Constitución, commonly known as the Zócalo
If there's one place in Meixco City where you'll feel dwarfed, it's in the Zócalo, the enormous 16th Century c Posted by margaretm in Wherever life takes us | May 20, 2011
- I'm goin' back!Yeah, there was far too much to see the first time. I was on a whirlwind tour the first time I went to Rome, a few years ago- I visited three cities that time in only six days, first Florence, Posted by skavop in Skavop's Rome Blog | May 19, 2011
- Dachau: Remembering The Holocaust [i]I spent the last weekend in Victoria, but I'm having a bit of writers block when it comes to describing it. My acceptance deadline is coming up, and I still need to chose between The University of Victoria and UBC. Posted by Advontuura in The Magic of Wandering | May 17, 2011
- From Vienna to Zell am SeeOur journey out of Budapest was much more pleasant than our journey in - we travelled via a smart new Austrian Railjet train, which whisked us to Vienna in under three hours. Happily Austrian trains don't require reservations, and we Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | May 14, 2011
- Mud bathSouth America here we are! I slept for most of the flight from Panama. I sat down in my seat and was out within minutes. I woke up some time later with a searing pain in my ear and looked Posted by ew5827 in From Mexico to who knows where | May 13, 2011
- An Interesting Punishment In MunichUnfortunately, while we were legally aloud to drink in Munich, it wasn't allowed by our chaperones. They actually laughed when they saw us, and said they would let it slide; however after a few other people in the group took Posted by Advontuura in The Magic of Wandering | May 11, 2011
- The Mystery Of The Numbers On The DoorsI think what made Fussen so special was the amount of time we had to explore. As we wandered some of the more residential streets we began to notice something a bit different.
[i]20*C+M+B*11 Posted by Advontuura in The Magic of Wandering | May 10, 2011
- DAY 1 Part 2Okay, so this is the start of my journey. I was kinda nervous...
[img=http: Posted by lexiisayshello in Senior May Project | May 9, 2011