Month: December 2018

Lithuania: the “Kryžių kalnas” 30.12.2018

Originally posted on Travellogbook:
Listed as one of the creepiest places on earth, the Hill of Crosses (Kryžių kalnas), is situated about 10 km north of Šiauliai in Lithuania. Why creepy? Well it will not take you a long time to realise; myriads of…

Day 2. Exploring Budapest’s historic castle district

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
Feeling refreshed after a good night’s sleep we took the lift down to the Sofitel’s elegant restaurant where we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast.? There was a varied selection of hot and cold dishes available from the buffet as well…

Crocodiles and Tortoises: La Vanille Nature Park

What a fabulous place, a tropical hideaway. Even if you’re not interested in animals, you’ll enjoy the rainforest ambience, the walking trails through the lush fog of trees, and the music from various exotic bird calls. La Vanille Nature Park in Mauritius is home…

Day 1. A winter break in Budapest

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
We had stayed overnight at the Holiday Inn Express in Harlow Town, a twenty minute rail journey from London Stansted airport. The complimentary breakfast was quite good and the hotel convenient for taking the Stansted Express to the airport.…

Christmas in Brisbane

Originally posted on Travelling with Lyn:
Our annual visit in to Brisbane city at Christmas time has become a very fine tradition. Once again we took the bus in to Southbank and then rode the city cat down the Brisbane River towards the mouth.…

Top day trips from Brasov

Originally posted on HaiHui Story:
Reading time: 2 min. December 2018, Brașov – Romania ? It’s 8 AM on a frozen Friday morning. We’re on holiday and tomorrow is the 1st of December, the national day of Romania. Still under the blanket, one eye…

Day 4. A final day exploring Vilnius

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
It was our final day in Vilnius but we had plenty of time to explore more of the Lithuanian capital as our flight home wasn’t until late in the evening. We’d managed to arrange a late check-out until 4.00…

Ernest Hemingway’s Blood and Money

Originally posted on Learn Fun Facts:
In 1918, shortly before the culmination of the First World War, writer Ernest Hemingway was wounded by an Austrian mortar which exploded near him at Fossalta di Piave. He was a Red Cross ambulance driver at the time.…

Day 3. A fun visit to the Vilnius Museum of Illusions and dinner at Senoji Trobeli

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
We started the day with a visit to the Museum of Illusions on the edge of the old town. The museum is open daily from 9.00 a.m.- 9.00 p.m. with adult entrance tickets €10 (£8.73) and free for accompanied…

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