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Flight delay is one of the most frustrating experiences when you’re traveling. Based on information from The Wall Street Journal, in the last five years, one of the most awful years for airline dependability is 2013. According to Flight Stats, only 78 percent of flights arrived as scheduled in 2013, a slight dip from 80 percent in 2012.
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Cheaper than neighbouring Austria, more exotic than its big brother Czech republic and more hilly than Poland. Liptov region in north Slovakia is great for every visitor. It offers many winter as well as summer sports and adventures, beautiful nature, unique historical sites including UNESCO Heritage site, tasty local food&spirits and slovak warm hospitality. And few days are just not enough.
Read more on what to do in summer or winter, how to get there and where to stay.
Ancient Roman spa built by Roman soldiers and old communistic buildings falling apart all next to modern luxury hotels providing medical treatments with local healing mineral water. All set in Slovak - central european countryside dotted with churches and sheep.
Budapest - famous for its spas is not that far from here. However this place is less crowded, cheaper and set in picturesque countryside.
For hundreds of years there have been casinos in Europe and for this reason many people visited the continent in order to enjoy many the different casino games and experiences you can have their playing them. This tourism has only increased in size over the years with the rise in popularity of online gaming sites like www.luckynuggetcasino.com, as well as more and more new casinos are being built to partner the old historical ones.
Dallas, city jungle in desert state of Texas. Big cars, big food, big heat. And big hotels everywhere. One of them is The Adolphus Hotel, legendary old place with typical southern hospitality. It is on list of National Register of Historic Places.
Staying at the same place where Queen Elizabeth II, Donald Trump or Oscar de la Renta slept has its pros, but also cons as you will see. Adolphus has been providing services since 1912 in the heart of Dallas, walking distances from main attractions and cool restaurants and bars. It's hard to miss it as this baroque masterpiece stands out in crowd of modern glass and steel buildings. It's also within 30minutes of ride from both airports.
I was staying at Adolphus for a week and this is review from my experience.
Whether you are heading to Seattle for business or pleasure, you need a place to stay. I have a great recommendation for those who love art - Hotel Max. Excellent place for everyone who is looking for great location, comfy rooms and professional service. The hotel is not family friendly, but definitely great for couples, singles or bunch of friends traveling together. Hip, modern and eco-friendly, this hotel provides experience beyond simple accommodation. Located within walking distance from major touristic attractions, two blocks away from shopping mall, close to delicious restaurants, it offers great view on Space Needle as well (not from all rooms though).
(Guest post) Magnificent Santorini is not exactly a hidden gem these days. It draws visitors from all over the world who come to soak up its romantic reputation and glorious sunsets.
Although a tourist favorite, its atmosphere and unique landscape make it a once-in-a-lifetime island to visit. Santorini is calling to you, all you have to do is listen.
(Guest post) Athens, Greece is a cultural whirlwind. It’s easy to see why the Greek capital is fast becoming one of the most popular European city breaks, it has everything: fine dining, a vibrant nightlife, museums and attractions by the bucket load and friendly people. Since ancient times, Athens was a centre of science and is well known as the birthplace of modern civilization. Today the city is a cosmopolitan mix with late bars sharing street space with ancient ruins.
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For those who don't have much time to travel around Europe, Belgrade might be the perfect destination! This gem of south-eastern Europe mixes Austrian and Turkish influences with Mediterranean flavour in its view of life. Walking around the city puts you into different ages - from Byzantine architecture and Ottoman, from neoclassic to romantic and Art Nouveau. Whether you are partygoer or a family person, you will definitely enjoy the capital of Serbia. Despite bombing not so long ago and years under communistic regimes, Serbians are proud and very friendly people. Tasty food consisting of lots of different meat, vegetables, cheese, tasty bread and pastries will put you into gastronomical heaven and will cost you much less than in western Europe. Beaches, parties, museum and attractions, nature, famous Belgrade stag weekends - there is something for everyone! Read more about what are the must-see's and must-do's!