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  • Back in Istria againAs usual once again we left our hotel in Otočac at 8AM in the morning. The sun was shining but still, this early in the morning, the temperatures were cold and not what we were used to since the last Posted by Ils1976 in Croatia | Jul 31, 2022
  • A visit to The Pearl of the AdriaticToday we had an early rise and shine since we were going to visit the most known city in the whole of Croatia, known as The Pearl of the Adriatic, the city of Dubrovnik, I guess is the most known Posted by Ils1976 in Croatia | Jul 31, 2022
  • Best Desert Safaris in DubaiPlatinum Desert Safari is one of the most selling tours. Experience the luxurious desert safari in Dubai, created for guests seeking the finer things in life. Explore the Dubai Desert in a premium 4×4 Land Cruiser driven by a professional Guide. Posted by TheMillennium in Best Platinum Desert Safari in Dubai | Jul 30, 2022
  • Onwards on the Adriatic CoastAnother early start awaited us which seemed to be the only constant certainty in this trip, but just like the rest of the group I didn't mind one bit. There was still so much to see in one week, the Posted by Ils1976 in Croatia | Jul 26, 2022
  • The climate in New York==The climate in New York== If you take a look at the world map, you will quickly realize that New York City is located less north than many people think. In fact, the metropolis is on a par with Naples, which Posted by ptizafenix in New york city | Jul 22, 2022
  • New York Views==New York Views== If you want to see the most dynamic metropolis in the world, then welcome to New York. This beautiful city attracts with its innovations and modernity. It can also be called picturesque. There are many stunning views that Posted by ptizafenix in New york city | Jul 22, 2022
  • Ong Ang Street Art-BangkokDuring my recent visit to Bangkok, just after Songkran, I made sure not to miss this colourful canal walk between Chinatown and Rattanakosin If you know me, you must be aware of my fascination for colorful and fascinating street art. I Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Apr 30, 2022
  • A Mooch in Antigua As the Caribbean can be quite samey, we had made a conscious effort to explore different things in each place. However with a run of busy days and with none of the possible excursions really tickling our Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Feb 14, 2022
  • Prasae Frigate Memorial- ChumponOn my way through Chumpon on my most recent short road trip we stopped by the very auspicious Prince of Chumpon Shrine. Or , Admiral Prince Abhakara Kiartivongse the man who is credited with establishing the Modern Thai Navy. This video Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Mar 11, 2022
  • Wat Phra Hin Wanaram@watprahinwanaram Prachuap Khiri Khan province Imagine me driving along the road to Huahin, when I see in the distance this beautiful white Chedi/Temple. I am on a main highway looking for the entrance to what I know will be a treat of Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Mar 2, 2022
  • Amsterdam2020 - 2021 memories of the past Ever since my last trip to Israel in March 2020, I must admit I dreamed a lot of new destinations to travel to, but then COVID hit Europe and made sure all my travel Posted by Ils1976 in The Netherlands | Jan 20, 2022
  • The rain in Spain [center] Guests at a baptism in Triana[/center] We had breakfast in a nearby coffee shop, Gusto, where I enjoyed a great yoghurt and fruit bowl. We then spent the day dodging sho Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Jan 15, 2022
  • The Fens It had been a long time since we had had a relaxing getaway, and so we booked ourselves a lodge with a hot tub in Norfolk, and went up with my brother and sister. We travelled up after Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Sep 14, 2021
  • A Day In The Cotswolds After the last 18 months of not getting to go very far, we managed to have a day out to the Cotswolds on one of the few nice summer's days of 2021. With a lot of leave still Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 27, 2021
  • The perfect Parisian Sunday[center] View of the Sacre Coeur from the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont[/center] Our Ruby Wedding anniversary! Chris gave me a gorgeous ruby eternity ring, while I had made him a book Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Oct 10, 2021
  • Lake ComoThe third and final leg of this trip was on a train going north from Milan to the city of Lecco. Lecco is one of many towns and cities located on the shores of the famous lake Como. Being so far Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 7, 2021
  • MilanAfter 3 days in Turin, we got on one of Italy's not so great trains and headed towards the economic capital of Milan. I had high hopes for this part of the trip and to put it simply it did Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • TurinOne important thing to be aware of when visiting northern Italy is the weather. Although the country is often seen as a sunny Mediterranean resort, this isn't the case up north. Located just south of the snowy alps, Turin can Posted by Robhall in The highs and the lows of northern Italy | Oct 6, 2021
  • Exploring Montmartre[center] The Sacre Coeur[/center] I slept well in our comfortable room at the Jeu de Paume. We decided to have breakfast out and chose the St Regis brasserie at the western end o Posted by ToonSarah in Travel with me ... | Sep 25, 2021
  • Dawson CityAnother long drive (~500km) and on the way there we hit lots of potholes (as much as I swerved to miss them, it was sometimes impossible). There was also quite a bit of construction so it took us seven Posted by Wohlford in Wohlford's Trip | Aug 23, 2021
  • New York City - Part IIIThis was our last day in NYC before heading out to Las Vegas. To start the day off we went for a run along Battery Park/ along the Hudson River. This was a beautiful run - very scenic (if you Posted by elchicocarlito in Travel in The Time of COVID | Aug 18, 2021
  • New York City - Part IIWe wanted to explore NYC and boy did we explore NYC! Over the next two days we went to (in chronological order): * Johnny's Luncheonette, Chelsea (breakfast) * Maddison Square Park * New York Public Library * Empire State Building * St. Patrick's Posted by elchicocarlito in Travel in The Time of COVID | Aug 12, 2021
  • New York City - Part I We were a bundle of nerves as we approached security in John F. Kennedy Airport. We had everything in order: negative PCR tests, passports visas (both of us had B1 visas, I also got the ESTA Posted by elchicocarlito in Travel in The Time of COVID | Aug 4, 2021
  • Vietnam Hue tombs and imperial cityHue 2nd August We left the coast and began to head more inland towards Hue. Again there were roadworks from road widening projects, but we did arrive in Hue (and our hotel, the Mondial) in Posted by PetersF in Vietnam | Apr 17, 2021
  • Thailand! Tha Rua Shrine-PhuketThankfully not everything was closed or locked down over December 2020, here in Phuket. I was able to get around and spend some time visiting some of the places I had promised myself to go. Here The Tha Rua Shrine, Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Feb 12, 2021
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