Blog Entries tagged 'museum'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'museum'
- Cluj-NapocaRomania's 2nd city is dominated by its universities, and the number of students gives it a youthful, bohemian feel. The old town covers a very small area, though, which makes walking around the centre a very relaxing experience.
Train station: Is Posted by UnwindRoad in Unwind on the Silk Road | Sep 8, 2014
- An Introduction to Lake BaikalListvyanka, July 30th 2014
It was extremely nice of Evgenia from [[http://www.russiantrain.com/|RussianTrain.com]] for providing me with a map of the attractions around my hotel area i Posted by automidori in Call Me Sonja | Sep 3, 2014
- Downtown Anchorage The last couple of days I have ventured further than my hotel to see some of the sights of Anchorage. Most of the tourist activities are located only a 15 minute walk from my hotel.
Tuesday morning I started with Posted by georgiaodgers in Georgia's Exchange Adventures 2014 | Jul 30, 2014
- Same, Same--only different[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/688129/Cathedral_of_Notre_Dame.jpg thumb=http://photos.tr Posted by MJMullin in When Historical Stories Meet the Present | Jul 27, 2014
- What is the Message Being Told Here?
After an uneventful transfer day from Hoi An to Danang to Ho Chi Minh City, our travel party is fully together for the first time this trip. Tra arrived from Hanoi last night, s Posted by MJMullin in When Historical Stories Meet the Present | Jul 26, 2014
- Stormy Day in PragueIt was forecast to rain so we wore our rain jackets. It was cool, about 65F so we all wore our warm clothes.
The 1st stop with the Music Museum, Narodni Museum.
http://www.praguewelcome.cz/srv/www/en/objects/detail.x;jsessionid=BDE23680CCCBA045EDD8C Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jul 15, 2014
- London I started the day at 9 AM by going to the Sea Life Aquarium by the London Eye. I have visited Sea Life previously at the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota, but I have to say that this one Posted by Alienstravels in Alien's travels | Jul 11, 2014
- LondonYesterday, I read the London Guide in order to make the most of my day. I made the list of the museums with free admissions. My original plan was to buy a weekly London Pass, but as I did some Posted by Alienstravels in Alien's travels | Jul 8, 2014
- Trying to find those historically meaningful placesDay 2,
Today was supposed to be an important site visit day. Two museums are on the docket: the Museum of National History and Museum of Ethnology. To help me navigate the city and the museums are Posted by MJMullin in When Historical Stories Meet the Present | Jul 10, 2014
- Poland 2013 Part TwoDay 7: Friday 1st November:
So this morning I had a little later start and left around 10:30am and walked down to the Lazienki Park, it was ridiculously cold on this day and so didn't spend too long here but it Posted by KayleighTwyman in Bitten By The Travel Bug | Jun 29, 2014
- Hanoi's Test
Hanoi, lit up at night, around Hoan Kiem Lake
I'm not the type of traveler who lives for the vibe of a big city. Th Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jun 26, 2014
- Relaxing in Budapest and (attempting) to leave for ViennaWell, today is my last day in Budapest so I wanted to make it count. I got up around 8:30, booked the Hotel Meninger in Vienna for the next 3 days, then hit the grocery store to stock up Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jun 25, 2014
- Family Trip is More Fun in the PhilippinesAs promised that once the family car's in the metro I will tour the family around, so Tagaytay was first in line, considering that one, it's adjacent to Metro Manila, two, it's Sunday and the city's places of worship run Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Jun 24, 2014
- A Curtain of Rain to Close Out Taiwan
Scenery in Taiwan rushing by my train window
In the week leading up to my trip to Taiwan, I'd checked the weather e Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jun 22, 2014
- Day 11 - What is poutine???
The city of Victoria in late morning. It is beautiful and extremely well-organize Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Jun 16, 2014
- Day 3 - Part Two
The Ferndale Museum: this museum had a lot of fascinating historical information. [img=http://photos.trave Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Jun 7, 2014
- MuseumsWoke up early on Sunday intending to climb. I don't know why. I'd planned on it the night before. So I woke up early to get to the gym at 8. When I woke up I was still tired from Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Jun 4, 2014
- A Visit to Dr Sun Yat-sen Residence Memorial MuseumDubbed as the revolutionary forerunner by the Chinese Communist Party and as the father of the nation by the Chinese Nationalist Party, Dr Sun Yat-sen is the most united figure for political persuasions in Greater China Region. Almost every city Posted by WinHuang in Win's Travels | May 8, 2014
- NORWAY - OSLO
Norway was next on our travel hit list and as it is one of the most expensive countries in the world it required us to thoroughly research and book all cost saving solutions. This involved Posted by andrewemma in Let's Go Get Lost | May 16, 2014
- Day 4 - Royal Artillery Museum & The Tower Of LondonRoyal Artillery Museum, Woolwich
Quoted from the web site:
[i]Firepower, the Royal Artillery Museum in Woolwich tells the powerful and dramatic story of artillery, scientific discoveries made through warfare and human stories of courage and e Posted by AlastairPorritt in Uk Trip May 2014 | May 8, 2014
- Fort Walton Beach, FloridaSunscreen, white sand and aqua water summed up my stay at Fort Walton Beach, Florida (near Pensacola/Destin/Santa Rosa). It was my second unplanned stop during my trip, coming from a recommendation from my hosts in Charleston, SC. There wasn't much Posted by muricadave in DC to LA | Apr 20, 2014
- The Kunsthistorisches Museum - say what?! Today we visited the Kunsthistorisches museum. Wow. It was mind-blowing.
The museum itself was built during the reign of emperor Franz Joseph to house the art and artifact collecti Posted by CeeZeeDeeBP in Spring in Central Europe | Apr 19, 2014
- Die lange Nacht Der MuseenI didn't know it was such a big deal at first, so I accidently missed the TUHH registration for this event. By the time I realised I really wanted to attend, the TUHH registration was full and I had to Posted by seaskimmer in Taking the Long Way Home | Apr 15, 2014
- What a difference a Bay makes==[center]The first recorded shot of World War I, the 'Gibraltar of the South', dozens of shipwrecks and entrance to the richest port in the world. All part of European history? Far from it! The other side of the world in Posted by DenOS.08 in In Search of the Researchable | Apr 14, 2014
- JAMBO FROM NAIROBIJambo!
Reporting in from sunny Nairobi. We had a great trip here outside of the dreadful 3 hour layover in Halifax and 8 hours in Montreal but that is the result of a cheap airfare. I have decided it might Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | Apr 12, 2014