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  • Rock and Roll Hall of FameToday's excursion was to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, established in 1983 and located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, is dedicated to recording the history of some of the best-known and most Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Sep 27, 2020
  • Tham Sam Rock Art in Phang NgaDuring the summer break and trying to dodge tropical storms, On my way home from Krabi we stopped at this much missed, but beautiful calm place . A real gem and worth the visit. We had the place to ourselves Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Sep 2, 2020
  • Abandoned Villa Old Town PhuketSo another in my Urban exploration series, this time the abandoned Villa, in Old Town Phuket. Built around 100 years ago this sadly empty and decaying building is left. Surrounded by some out buildings and what would have been servants quarters. Posted by TheJohnsons in Thailand The Johnsons | Jan 23, 2020
  • BambergWhile we were in Nuremberg we opted to take the short train ride to Bamberg to spend the day there. I really enjoyed Bamberg, it was really a charming city even if the weather didn't necessarily cooperate. Bamberg is a quintessentially Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jan 12, 2020
  • Vilnius Day 1On our first full day in Vilnius we hit the ground running. We managed to see the Gate of Dawn (which was just outside of our AirBnb), Cathedral Square (Vilnius Cathedral and Palace of the Dukes) Gediminas Tower (which provided Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Nov 3, 2019
  • Windermere lakeWindermere Lake is the largest body of water in England. It is surrounded by mountains, bays and secluded islands. The scenery is breathtaking...what you can see of it between the fog and the rain! To my surprise this Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 10, 2019
  • Update: Weddings in Lucern More photos.. Here is a picture of the side of the Zunfthausrestaurant Pfistern - the old Grain Miller, Baker and Pastry Chef (gotta love that combination) guild hall - where I had my midafternoon meal. After my Posted by sstalpo in Alps Bucket Trip | Sep 9, 2019
  • Haddon HallAs part of our trip to the Peak District, our wonderful AirBnb host recommended we check out Haddon Hall. It was originally not part of our plan for the Peak District, but I can't resist a good hall, manor, house, Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jul 28, 2019
  • Oxburgh HallGreetings! Our next adventure took us to Oxburgh Hall, a moated country house, entrusted to the National Trust in Oxborough, Norfolk. The house was constructed around 1482 by Sir Edmund Bedingfeld and remained a home to the Bedingfeld family for Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jun 19, 2019
  • Hoi AnI spent only 2 days in the ancient town of Hoi An. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. The town is vibrant in the noon time and well-lit in the evening. Hoi An is one of the liveliest towns Posted by Bulbulonthewing in To travel is to live | May 30, 2019
  • Temple of heaven- BeijingIn 2015 I had a wonderful trip to Myanmar(just after the sanctions had been lifted). The flip side was we flew via Beijing . The plus side was we had a 15hr stop over in Beijing on the way home, what Posted by TheJohnsons in China 2015 | Mar 11, 2019
  • Wimpole EstateHello! Welcome back! Apologies for the lack of posts over the past few weeks - we finally came down with the "English cold" which as we were told, usually strikes around the six month mark following your arrival and lingers Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 9, 2019
  • Night Markets: A tourism hotspot!I spend all of the morning just resting at the hostel and just relaxing. Yes, I was practically lazing around in Taiwan. In the past, whenever I do adventure trips, by the time I am back home, I am truly Posted by soulsearch295 in An attempt at Soul Searching | Nov 20, 2018
  • Helsinki and departure to St Petersburg.I love my hotel room at the Radisson Blu Seaside. It has plenty of light, some A/C , a nice bed and is spacious. I spent the morning downloading some maps and stuff to my phone Posted by Linda K in Baltic Sea 2018 | Aug 2, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-GaochangGaochang Here from my epic journey on the silk route in 2012/13 is my look at Gaochang in China. It was one of the highlights for me of the trip, I am a bit into ancient sites, I have a great Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 28, 2018
  • And like that your home againThe last week in England disappeared in the blink of an eye. Annabel & Andrew were married on Saturday 16 June in a beautiful day (the weather wasn’t always so beautiful but the rain held off until we were all tucked Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | Jun 23, 2018
  • 25,000+ Steps in TaipeiI think we may have overdone it the first day. We are wiped. We had to brace ourselves for sitting a bunch of times and took a mini nap on the MRT. But it's okay. It was worth it. I Posted by E.M.N in Adventure Is Out There! | Apr 5, 2016
  • Brisbane Greeters City Hall- QLD Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland and Australia's only subtropical capital. It is friendly, cosmopolitan city of charm and urban beauty, with fabulous restaurants, inspiri Posted by charlystyles in Charly's Australian Adventure | Jun 26, 2015
  • 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
  • Finally made it to BonnWell, so much for that. I completely slept through my alarm, which hasn't happened in quite a while. I had planned on getting up early to go for a run before we left for breakfast in Bonn, but Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Apr 28, 2013
  • Prowling Around Reykjavik Colorful homes in downtown Reykjavik I don't understand what force is at work, but it seems that every country I visit springs an unexpected and bizarre holiday du Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Mar 28, 2013
  • MunichOur second last stop and the last city in mainland Europe we visited this Christmas break was Munich. I’ve really been wanting to see it, being so close in Freiburg, and this was perfect chance since it’s about half way Posted by kmclean in Canadian Students Abroad | Jan 6, 2013
  • Wednesday 16 May to Friday 18 MayYesterday afternoon/evening was a long drive from York to Great Malvern..however, I stopped for dinner at a well-designed service station/series of restaurants which includegetting from earls court to chelsea flower showd services like ATMs, phones, toile Posted by Lyn Dennis in It's Really Happening | May 17, 2012
  • Wanna Job???Hong Kong Airport – December 8th I had a return flight from Tokyo back to Hong Kong, I didn’t want to have to go back to Hong Kong, I would have preferred to travel direct to my next stop which, after Posted by beatski in incidentals | Jan 30, 2012
  • All About AlbanyAlbany was intended just to be a stopover between Toronto and Boston but as we made our way to our motel yesterday evening we were struck by the architecture and resolved to get some pictures in the morning. So, as Posted by shoestring in A Grand Adventure | Aug 12, 2011
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