Blog Entries tagged 'museum'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'museum'
- Exploring Bonn and gearing up for Berlin!As I was cooking up my omelette this morning, Bernd worried about my cholesterol but I assured him that it was off the charts low. Little does he know that these 3-egg omelettes are dwarfed by the 5- and Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | May 18, 2013
- Back to BusinessThis morning, Bernd had left for Berlin for the day and Elke was headed out the door for a few days in Hamburg, so I was on my own. Luckily, Elke had thought of me when grocery shopping over Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | May 18, 2013
- Tomb raiding and more in Northern PeruWe made it to the Peruvian border in just the nick of time. We had just 90 minutes left on our three month Ecuadorian tourist visa. While a little sad to be leaving beautiful Ecuador, I was ecstatic to have Posted by elyshahickey in Wanderlysh | Apr 24, 2013
- Rosicrucian Egyptian MuseumToday we drove up to San Jose to visit the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. I am a little ashamed to admit that the last few days I'd been wondering why on earth I had wanted to see this. I'd Posted by jl98584 in California Swing | Apr 21, 2013
- MALBA Museo de Arte Latino Americano de Buenos Aires After class I went to the MALBA with a few friends since it was free for students. They had some brilliant exhibitions, but I'll let the art speak for itself. Here were some of my favorite works.
Tarsila do Amaral (Abaporu, Posted by Fabian1993 in Study Abroad (Spring 2013) | Apr 3, 2013
- Elgin Marbles at the British MuseumWell, just to complete the circle, I headed into the British Museum to have a look at the Elgin Marbles.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/5 Posted by johnrhead in USA Trip Feb 2013 | Jan 28, 2013
- Museum Day in Reykjavik
Golden brooch in the National Museum in Reykjavik
So, to illustrate how the weather has cooperated so far on this trip, consider Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 27, 2013
- It's not so cold...well, it's kind of cold, here...
Lake Tjornin in downtown Reykjavik
So my first thought was, "Nah, it isn't that cold here in Iceland!" Later in the day when the Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 23, 2013
- A Day in Dubai
With the recession behind it, Dubai (within the United Arab Emirates) is back to building opulent hotels
and reigniting its reputation as a Las Vegas of the Middle East. Posted by benjoed in A Day in Dubai | Mar 5, 2013
- Monster + DinosaurAl loves hearing from his friend Monty! He does have another friend Boris who is moving up to NYC next week- he is going to keep an eye out for this adventuresome monster!
I had the most amazing day Saturday! Posted by Baronessonthego in Al's Adventures | Feb 25, 2013
- Legal or tolerated
(I would like to thank to Iain Mallory, who supported me in writing travel blogs to document memories and share it with the public.)
Amsterdam has never been in my to go list till the time Posted by nergiscetin in In the arms of Amsterdam | Feb 18, 2013
- A Day In Chicago
It’s funny how most of my adventures begin by sleeping well past my alarm. A rare January thunderstorm rolled through last night, and I took time to appreciate it from the comfort of my be Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Feb 2, 2013
- The End of Vacation and the Beginning of Winter CampDon't worry I didn't forget about you I swear! I just came back from Taiwan and became ridiculously busy...
Let's see... where did I leave off? I really should have written up at least notes on my last Posted by cstravelsabroad in Charlene's Travels Abroad | Jan 23, 2013
- Vatican City[float=left][/float]We visited another country today. Vatican City is 0.44 square kilometres, the smallest country in the world. It has roughly 800 citizens, Posted by KZFamily in Travelling Family | Jan 17, 2013
- Visiting the Getty MuseumIt was really fun.. I would not have gone if they had not suggested it and I would have missed something great.. The grounds, and the art are something not to miss. And the conversation ranged from religion, to Posted by webtoad in Silversea Cruise | Jan 4, 2013
- ParacasLast Wednesday, we arrived in Paracas, a small coastal desert town of about 4,000 people south of Lima, to meet our first host from Couchsurfing, Jose. As we traversed the main boulevard through town, numerous tour guides offered us Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Nov 28, 2012
- Good morning, Vietnam!"So the weary travellers climbed off the bus after an 8 hour drive from Pnom Penh in Cambodia at the bus station in Ho Chi Minh City.........."
Ok so this place was like nothing we had ever seen before. The Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Oct 24, 2012
- Rhine River- Part 3On our final day in the Rhine River Valley, we took a road trip along the river and visited a few more of the many castles along the Rhine.
1st Stop: Burg Sooneck. This castle was closed Posted by krismcwill in Our European Adventure | Sep 10, 2012
- "5 and a Half Days on the Ground"I still can't believe that Melissa and Lisa left their families and flew all this way to visit me in Peru! From the minute I received an email confirming their flight info, I saw the Cusco area in Posted by annevl in The Journey is the Reward | Oct 13, 2012
- Technishes Museum Wien
Photos are random Posted by vanessa in Wien aka Vienna | Aug 12, 2012
- Nagasaki Peace ParkAfter yesterday's festivities, we stepped out for a more sobering trip to the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and Peace Park to learn about the 1945 bombing.
The museum demonstrates through remnants of buildings and objects the devastation that the atomic Posted by Ashton and Emma in Its all about Japan | Oct 10, 2012
- Cambodia 13th September 2012- Goodbye Bangkok.......
A very long day for us as our overland journey began. The bus picked us up at 7am , Cambodia bound . We spent our first night in Siem Reap, where we arrived at 16:15.. Luckily Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Oct 3, 2012
- Karez Water SystemTurpan, August 16th 2012
Let me quote [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turpan_water_system|Wikipedia]] to explain what Karez System is.
"[i]The Turpan water system or Turfan water system (locally called karez water system, Uyghur: كارىز, ULY: kariz) in Posted by automidori in A Thread of Silk | Oct 2, 2012
- Second Day in AthensThis morning we got a bit of a late start. I set my phone alarm but the clock on my phone went haywire. I should have remembered that this happened last time I was in Europe because it Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Sep 18, 2012
- Learning about Northern Italy In getting ready to go to Northern Italy, I did a little research on the Rovereto Museum of Contemporary Arts, castello di Rovereto(castle of Rovereto), and the Maria Dolens( second largest bell in the world). I thought Posted by cassiew in Weidman's Travel the World | Sep 16, 2012