229 Moo 1, Chiang Saen, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Johnny Jet's rating:
About an hour's drive from the CEI airport and neat the border of Myanmar anf Laos. In fact, you can see both countries from your room. Hotel has great service, food and activities. the mist popular is involving elephants which is their uniqur way of saving them. Come in the off season (August) and the plqce is yours. 77 rooms and 165 employees.
1802 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA
Irene Yu's rating:
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and while I rarely wake up in time to start my day right, I was treated to one of San Diego's best kept "not so secret" brunch spots. Beach Break Cafe is one of those local spots that's focused on homey comfort food, and while the decor is casual and fun, the restaurant is always busy and filled with patrons from near and far - so you know the food is amazing! On the flip side, the parking is ... read more
pretty atrocious, but the generous portions and reasonable prices keeps everyone coming back for more. After carefully reviewing the menu, we decided to split a savory and sweet dish to diversify our options. Savory: Corned Beef Hash ($10.25): Corned beef hash plus 2 eggs any style, hash brown, and coffee cake. I honestly could eat this all day. It's a hearty breakfast and with my over easy eggs exploding over all the delicious hash and potatoes, I could not stop stuffing myself. Mmm... Sweet: Banana Crunch French Toast ($9.95) is quite a unique dish to satisfy anyone's sweet tooth. My guess is that they use captain crunch to give it that special crunch and the fresh bananas compliments the dish well - it certainly is a crowd pleaser. Summary: If you're in the area, this is one spot you definitely don't want to miss. I highly recommend sharing both these dishes, and bringing a huge appetite. You won't regret it! P.S. Park in the local neighborhood. You won't find parking in their lot.
3301 Lyon Street, San Francisco, CA 94123-1002
Monica Suma's rating:
San Francisco is truly a spectacular city, both due to its distinct architecture and hilly, scenic landscape, but apart from the staple of Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts is the best spot to truly relax in the iconic Foggy City. Not only is it in a laid back, elegant neighborhood, but the lack of crowds makes it truly intimate, especially at dusk.
Olivia Isenhart's rating:
SoHo (derived from "South of Houston") is an area known for its artist lofts and galleries, as well as its trendy shops. It seems to be moving at all hours, in my opinion one of the few spots in New York that actually has that city-that-never-sleeps feel you’re always hearing about. Its history also contributes to its present-day atmosphere. During its commercial reemergence in the late 1800s, many of the old industrial buildings were covered in ... read more
intricate cast-iron facades, a cheap way to make them appear more modern and attract a new crowd. As a result, SoHo makes up the largest collection of cast-iron architecture in the world. Therefore, SoHo not only feels artistic, but it truly is a work of art.
Anya Senja's rating:
Great place! Snorkeling, sharks, national parks,clean water amazing view!
3301 M Street Northwest, Washington D.C., District of Columbia
Georgetown Cupcake is a cupcakery based in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. that has now expanded to 6 other locations nationwide. Sisters Katherine Berman and Sophie LaMontagne opened the shop in February 2008. Be ready to fall in line if you want to enjoy their delicious cupcakes! Delicious flavors and daily specials await you. My favorite is the toffee crunch! Yum!
Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
Greg G's rating:
Really nice and quaint garden located just outside Thamel in Kathmandu. Nepal's capital city can be very hectic with all the traffic and the noise that comes from it, so the garden of dreams is a great way to relax and get away from the madness for a little while. The garden is pretty small, but they do have a restaurant and bar on the grounds if you're hungry/thirsty. If not, the garden is a great place to unwind with a good book and chill out. ... read more
2248 Tamiami Trl E, Naples, FL 34112
So there's Tex Mex and then there's more authentic Mexican food....El Rincon swings a lot more towards the authentic. I had the bean-only burrito platter and my husband had the tacos de suadero (rose meat tacos). By my husband's admission, it's the best he's had thus far in Naples, complete with the fresh radishes. My burritos came not covered in red sauce or cheese, rather they are wrapped and you can hand-hold them. Everything tasted great with ... read more
good flavor and spice. The fresh salsas on the table were flavorful and a great compliment to the food. Worth the trip!
114 W. Branch St, Arroyo Grande, California
Jaak Treiman's rating:
Made on the premises, Doc Burnstein's has the best ice cream I have had in the state of California. Just off US 101 this is a must stop for me every time I pass by.
US Highway 14, Devils Tower, Wyoming 82714, United States
Gary Arndt's rating:
Made famous from the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Devil's Tower is one of the region' stop attraction and should be a part of any visit to the Black Hills region.
La Fortuna Costa Rica, La Fortuna de San Carlos, Arenal Volcano National Park, Costa Rica
Valerie Paradis's rating:
Beautiful scenery,great service a real gem with great views of the Arenal Volcano
Jalan Cik Ditiro 35, Jakarta Pusat Indonesia
Very good Indonesian peranakan (colonial) restaurant - delicious food (their corn fritters is super yumm) and friendly service. Love the fact that the waitress are wearing traditional kebaya despite the modern restaurant serving. We came in for a Sunday buffet lunch and they have good selection of food, rice, and plenty of desserts option.
Park St, Pickering, United Kingdom
Luke Ellis's rating:
This is a fantastic heritage railway. Well worth a visit. Trains run from Pickering to Whitby. The website has timetable and fare information on it. If you're on a train which has decent first class accommodation it's well worth paying the supplement to upgrade, particularly if you're taking a long journey on the railway. The scenery is stunning. A lovely bit of nostalgia.
Scott Hampton (@danielodyssey1)'s rating:
One of the best kept secrets in Massachusetts! Gloucester is one of the oldest fishing towns and settlements in the U.S. dating back before the establishment of Boston and the outrage on the tax of tea. From 1623 to today, the town remains a fully functional fishing port and has evolved into a getaway for people looking to enjoy outdoor activities on land and water, shop at unknown boutique stores, and take in the town history.
114 S Broad St, Thomasville, Georgia
Diane Austin's rating:
Eco-friendly and fair trade . Everything in the store is made and sold with the intent of making the world a better place through economy. Beautiful Haitian metal sculptures , Indian saris turned into throw blankets, jewelry , no-kill leather and much more is presented in a lovely setting and with super friendly and knowledgable staff there to share the story of each and every item it seems. Well worth a trip from Tallahassee and other nearby ... read more
cities just to shop in this uplifting and inspiring store in downtown Thomasville!
2600 Golf Course Dr, San Diego, California
Veronica Raye's rating:
A great place to learn archery and have fun outdoors! Easy to pick up and a great activity for all ages. Locate near balboa park and very affordable! Archery House have great group lessons and I had a great time learning to shoot!
6000 Universal Blvd., Orlando, FL 32819
kirby forssell's rating:
Very cool I you are a hp fan! The castle is definitely worth the wait and try the butterbeer!
1702 Alki Avenue Southwest, Seattle, WA 98116-1817
Nina H.'s rating:
Another beautiful Seattle spot on the west side. The beach gets very crowded on sunny days because it's definitely one of the nicer beaches in Seattle. Lots to see and do along the boardwalk! You can rent bikes, kayaks, paddle boards and more to kill time or you can just hang out and people watch. There are gorgeous views of the skyline at night as well.
2260 Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar, CA
I truly enjoy the variety of people, food , games, shopping, music! Park on other side of 5, take shuttle in. Grabbed a taxi back toparking area... lines long. Fun!!!
Main Lawn Post, Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA, United States
Mel S Wong's rating:
What a fantastic idea! Beautiful place, amazing weather and delicious food and drinks at one of SF's most iconic locations. Off the Grid SF Presidio on a sunday afternoon is a must do for both locals and visitors!
S 7th St, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Elizabeth Sowden's rating:
Candyland has been around forever and has everything from chocolate dipped Oreos to popcorn to giant gumballs. A lovely old fashioned candy counter experience.