Blog Entries tagged 'museum'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'museum'
- East coast townsWe had heard nice things about the town of Oamaru and soon realized ourselves that everything we had heard was true: there were nice buildings, a very positive atmosphere and a bit of funk. After all, Oamaru is also the Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Feb 10, 2017
- Time to relax for a couple of daysFrom the quaint town of Wagin we got to drive through some more nice undulating fields and hills before reaching York at the banks of Swan River. York had been settled just a few years after Perth and features historical Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jan 23, 2017
- Ancient Dolmens near Antequera SpainIn July 2016, UNESCO named the Antequera megalithic dolmens a world heritage site. Dolmens are ancient burial sites and Megaliths are massive stones used in prehistoric construction.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/531405/C41F6969-E..3B4318DD12 Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Dec 7, 2016
- The Hong Kong StoryMy schedule is pretty off so I woke up pretty early today and was super hungry for some classic Chinese macaroni soup. So we went to Cafe de Coral which is a huge chain that sells food in like Posted by E.M.N in Adventure Is Out There! | Nov 28, 2016
- Gardens in SuzhouThere is always a lot of lesson to be learnt from ancient heritage. The beautiful ancient gardens in suzhou is just one of the many examples. In modern times, where nature has become one of the commodities and the pursuit Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Nov 20, 2016
- Historic MelakaToday we were heading to Melaka. We made our way to the BTS and found out that buses left every 15 minutes to Melaka, how convenient. We booked tickets for 10 am which was essentially right away. The bus station Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Nov 4, 2016
- Mosques, museums and towersWe walked toward the National Mosque and the Islamic Arts and Culture Museum. The museum, which we didn't know much about before visiting, had an impressive collection of intricate dioramas of mosques from around the world, including the Middle East, Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Oct 19, 2016
- Back to the starting point and lots of good byesWe loved our time at the lake in the cabin and could have spent much more time there. Especially as it was perfect fall weather and the leaves just started to turn colors and it would have been just another Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Oct 15, 2016
- Sucevita - Voronet - Târpeşti - GalațiAfter all the beer, home made wine and double distilled moonshine yesterday evening, I slept deeply last night; and woke up feeling deservedly groggy this morning.
I sit on the balcony for a while, hoping the fresh air might make Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 7, 2016
- Picture perfect Canadian RockiesIt was a great night staying inside Uwe, Carola and Aiyana’s house in Canmore. And luckily enough, Carola had a day off that Monday such that she and Aiyana could join us the day to do some hiking. They suggested Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Oct 6, 2016
- Chișinău - Bendery - TiraspolThat pesky lift this morning! Complete with our luggage, ready to check out, we press the call button. We can see the lift come up from the ground floor, then go straight past us to the top floor. It's the Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 4, 2016
- Butuceni - Capriana - Hincu - ChișinăuThe restaurant looks completely different this morning without the wedding party, decorations and DJ equipment.
For breakfast we are on the same table as a group of el Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 3, 2016
- Frederiksborg CastleThis entry will document a day trip to Frederiksborg Castle, the castle is the largest Renaissance residence in Scandinavia and is situated at the northern end of Copenhagen, at Hillerod. This is an interesting castle due to several aspect. It Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Aug 21, 2016
- Ireland Day 14: Cork, Youghal, Cashel
The view from the kitchen of the house where we stayed. A beautiful north Co. Cork landscape.
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/681070/90_7339441DE479B1C0E1C065 Posted by danielcatherine in Daniel and Catherine's Adventures | Aug 10, 2016
- The Hague Part 3This entry will be about the arts, specifically paintings collection from the Dutch Golden Age. The Mauritshuis (Maurice's House) in the Hague has a good collection ranging from Vermeer, Rembrandt, Paulus Potter, Hals and some others. This museum was prev Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Jul 24, 2016
- Mbuzi Mawe - Seronera Part II
After leaving the ‘Lion Tree’, we try to find somewhere to stop for our picnic lunch. Malisa’s initial plan is to park down by Lake Magadi, but there is n Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 20, 2016
- The Hague Part 2I will talk about some of the more touristic activity in this entry.
To start things off, this is the Binnenhof (inner court) where almost all the important decision get made.
The B Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Jul 10, 2016
- Ngorongoro - Oldupai - Ndutu
Seeing the clear skies from our balcony this morning, I really wish I’d got up in the night to take some pictures of the stars. I shall just have to photograph the sunrise Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 16, 2016
- Celebrating Mother's Day is More Fun in the PhilippinesMama Dulcing turned 70 on July 2, 2015. And so I gave her an unforgettable birthday celebration - a trip to Davao City.
Now that she's a widow, I thought of bringing her along with me i Posted by crisbernal in Laag ni Tantongay | Jun 8, 2016
- The heat and museums of TusconWhen leaving the Flagstaff KOA it was just a short drive up the road to pick up our brand new shower system at Buddy’s RV. Excellent! We’ll be looking forward to great outdoor showers from now on…
And even though Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 6, 2016
- Back to BrugesAfter going around Japan for a bit. This entry brings us back to Europe and once again, to the lovely little town of Bruges. Despite being vaulted into popularity by a Hollywood film and having the status as a good Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | May 29, 2016
- Day 10: Roman Holiday Part 2 - The VaticanWhen in Rome…you must see The Vatican!
Today was a very special, very early start, on account of having breakfast with the Pope! That’s right, a super-early morning (in the rain) of touring The Vatican museum, Sistene Chapel, and St Peter’s Posted by jenniferhall in Pasta to Paris | Apr 29, 2016
- Flowers in Spring and the Glover GardenTravelling in spring has consistently been one of the more visually appealing experience for myself. Though I am more a late autumn/winter lover, seeing flowers blooming and new blades of grass growing again after a long harsh winter makes me Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Apr 23, 2016
- From Nagasaki to The HagueMost of the time after violent man-made disaster strikes, that particular generation afflicted by it will learn that issues can always be resolved in other ways than violent means. And then, we lapsed into another hateful cycle, be it being Posted by canglingy in The Chronicles of Ling :) | Apr 9, 2016
- Sentosa and the death defying crossingSo back when she was little.....mmm.....over 30 years ago, Mummy of Emma, aka Christine Wright, lived for a time on Sentosa Island in Singapore.
A little bit has chan Posted by emmaabroad in Singapore | Apr 8, 2016