The waterfront area in Kemah has a boardwalk and it is a nice area to stroll around. If you go to the San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site (no fee to enter the grounds, there is a history museum and a monument and you can... See More
I wasn't aware that there was more than one, but I think the one organized by the Chicago Architecture Foundation would be the most informative. (That's the one I took some years ago) https://www.architecture.org/experience-caf/tours/detail/chicago-architecture-foundation-river-cruise-aboard-chicagos-first-lady-cruises/... See More
Hi, I'm wondering how the road is from Taupo to Ohakune. Is it mountain or normal. Can I drive by car? Is it covered with snow? Is it safe with 4 passengers? I'm worried if the car that I drive cannot reach to the destination, if the road is high. Thank... See More
hello, I will be flying into Glasgow in September for a few weeks to travel round Scotland before i move to london for university. I will have quite a few bags with me and only want to take one when I travel, does anyone know if there is adequate storage at the... See More
I will arrive at Vantaa airport at 00.30 and I really don't know wich solution I should prefer to reach the city center (kallio). Do you think I should book in advance a taxi or not? Are in Helsinki any transport servicies similar to Uber? I travel with a 2yo baby. ... See More
I think I would change the order of places a little bit so that you don't backtrack as much. (Nashville first and then Memphis) Sticking to interstates which are easier to drive, but you can get off and go on regular highways after you gain confidence. Also I'm... See More
First of all we have to say that in Saint Petersburg (Russia)(Russia)there are many ways to get to several interesting locations outside the city: bus, private minibus called marshrutka, local train,excursion companies like Eclectica or rent a car or... See More
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