Blog Entries tagged 'hotels'
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- Day One in DhakaI left Dubai after an eight hour layover and not having slept on the 17 hr flight that brought me in. When I gathered with the other 300 or so people for the Dhaka flight at 2:00am Dubai time, Posted by oedipamaas in Strange Horizons | Oct 7, 2016
- Here we go To Dhaka, BangladeshYes. Packed and ready to go. After a full month of nerves around this trip, I'm set. My head is in this. No more fucking around. Hell, I even sprayed my clothes with Premetherin in Posted by oedipamaas in Strange Horizons | Oct 5, 2016
- The Most Luxurious Suite at the Wynn Macau
You haven’t really experienced luxury until you have been to Asia.
No matter the grandeur, the amenities or the price you pay… there isn’t a place in the western world, that can Posted by lbob in Little bites of beauty | Aug 24, 2016
- Our Tuscan Retreat at La Pieve Marsina
Our Tuscan Retreat at La Pieve Marsina
As I am starting to type this article, laying with my computer on an antique pink quilt thrown on a wrought iron bed, a swallow flies into Posted by lbob in Little bites of beauty | Aug 23, 2016
- CastelloBanfi Il Borgo, Luxury Retreat in Montalcino Italy
CastelloBanfi Il Borgo, Luxury Retreat in Montalcino Italy
Growing up as a devoted history lover, I have always daydreamed about living in a castle. I used to recreate that magic Posted by lbob in Little bites of beauty | Aug 22, 2016
- Around Druskininkai, Lithuania There are tons of information about major Lithuanian cities or frequently travelled routes. But most of the stories would skip one important part- a beautiful nature of South Lithuania.
Dzukija National Park is a thing not to miss while travelling Posted by TomasB in South Lithuania.Dzukija National Park | Mar 7, 2016
- San Pedro Island, BelizeIf you are looking for a laid back Caribbean experience, San Pedro delivers.
The eastern shore of the island is pretty Caribbean coast with a variety of restaurants, bars and hotels lining the beach.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/711897 Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 24, 2016
- Jarabacoa an authentic Dominican Republic Experience When my family and I moved to Jarabacoa, I knew that lots of natural experiences awaited me. There is plenty to do: mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, paragliding, and many visits to waterfalls. Staying at Villa Posted by vanekari in Jarabacoa, Authentic Dominican Republic | Oct 8, 2015
- Ixora SuitesIxora takes pride in providing you with a “transition home” that you will enjoy living in. While you are relaxing in our suites you can also conduct your business here using benefits of modern technology that our facility provides.
Why Posted by ixorasuites in Ixora Suites | Apr 10, 2015
- Bangkok RevisitedWe left Khao Lak with promises to return and set off for Bangkok. One problem with these multi-centre trips is that whole days are spent travelling, which is fine when you are travelling by car or boat, train or bus Posted by GinSmugglers in GinSmugglers go Thai | Feb 25, 2015
- SantiagoI left a cold and gray but delightful Paris and headed for Santiago, Chile - another 12 hour overnight flight, this time on Air France. I guess it's no surprise that they win the prize for best food so, Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Dec 15, 2014
- Flashback: November, 2009--San Diego, CAAlthough my first trip with my daughter taught me to be wary of mixing personal and professional trips, I did it again a month later. Why, you ask? Well, it came down to four things.
1. My attendance was required at Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 19, 2014
- Riding the High RollerMy neighbor Jean had her Michigan friend Diane in for a week's visit. Both were born in the UK, same week, same year. Both married US servicemen and have lived in the US since to 1950s. Diane comes to Posted by vegasmike6 in Mike's Adventures | Jun 16, 2014
- Catching Up: Where We Stayed: Washington, DC/BethesdaBethesda North Marriott
We stayed at this hotel because it was where my husband's work meetings were. It was nice, with the decor and amenities you'd expect of this level of hotel. My daughter and I especially appreciated the complementary fruit-infuse Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 12, 2014
- Where We Stayed: Semma LombardoI think I got so excited to write about where we ate in Italy that I forgot about the last hotel where we stayed on our trip. The Idea Hotel Milan Airport is located in the suburb of Semma Lombardo. Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Feb 22, 2014
- Turkey - HotelsFollowing are all of the hotels that we stayed at while in Turkey, with the exception of the hotel where we stayed the first night (which we don't recommend and shall remain nameless). I tried to remember to take photos Posted by BeachGlass in Bulging Bags | Nov 18, 2013
- San Jose, Costa Rica Airport to HotelOriginally this was a trip where my husband and I were going to take our 15-year-old niece to Costa Rica to celebrate her “sweet 15.” But since we haven’t learned to organize flying together, we only bought two tickets and Posted by UnMejorHOY in Rice and Beans, Alternative Travel | Aug 19, 2013
- Where We Stayed: Agriturismo Guardastelle, San GimignanoThe Agriturismo Guardastelle is located about a mile outside the walled center of San Gimignano. It is a working farm that produces wine and olive oil and also has a B&B and a few apartments on the premises. The property Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jul 5, 2013
- Searching for Elk in the RockiesStaunton State Park is situated 8,100-10,000 feet (2,470-3,050 metres) up the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains about 40 miles (64 kilometres) south west of Denver. The park was brand new, having literally opened to the public for the firs Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 19, 2013
- Cliff Dwellings and the Garden of the GodsJust over an hour's drive south of Denver is Colorado Springs, Colorado's second largest city and the gateway to The Pikes Peak Region. On the way we passed Castle Rock, a prominent castle tower shaped butte above the I25 Freeway. Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 18, 2013
- Denver and the 'Colorado Rockies'A visit to the US Mint was actually on my bucket list having been unable to have a look around it last time I was in Denver. Sadly I was to be disappointed as it turned out we needed to Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 16, 2013
- The RMS Queen MaryAlthough I have been to Los Angeles three times previously visiting family I have never been to Long Beach and was keen to see the retired 1936 art deco ocean liner RMS Queen Mary that is permanently docked there. Alongside Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 9, 2013
- San Clemente and a weekend away in MexicoSan Clemente describes itself as a "Spanish Village by the Sea" and is located on California's Pacific Coast about half way between Los Angeles and San Diego. It was founded by a former Mayor of Seattle, Ole Hanson, who envisaged Posted by FrancisRTW in My Career Break Trip around the World | May 4, 2013
- Where We Stayed: Grand Hotel Trento[left][/left]
The Grand Hotel Trento is in a convenient location. A short walk through the park that is across the street gets you to the train station. You can reach the Duomo in 5-10 minutes Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | Jun 18, 2013
- Where We Stayed: Hampton Inn BWIMy last hotel review from my Thanksgiving trip is below, finally!
We first stayed at this hotel back in 2009 during DC's big blizzard (I hope to tell that story in another post). Our experience there was positive--well, as much Posted by amikulski in Toddler Travels | May 7, 2013