35-13 Broadway, Astoria, NY, United States
Thai street food has finally arrived in Astoria. It may be in restaurant form at Pye Boat, but the food still arrives extremely fast and steaming hot. Unlike so many of the neighborhood's take-out Thai places, which serve overly sweet dishes, these noodle dishes are flavorful, nutty, and peppery.
399 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, California
Kevin Chen's rating:
This is a happy happy place to go to....I don't know of any other place that starts their Happy Hour at 11:30 AM! And they have $1 oysters all day everyday!! Okay, maybe not all day, just until 5:30 PM (or until they run out), but get here early, seat yourself by the patio where you have a fabulous view of the Bay Bridge, and knock back a few drinks or two!
21600 Big Basin Way , Boulder Creek, California
Marisa Heller's rating:
If you want I get away from it all But don't have time to go far from SF check out Big Basin camping and trail hikes. It's only takes about two hours to get there and it feels like your a million miles away.
2700 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Good Venue to catch a concert! tip bring a picnic before the show and eat at one of the picnic tables at Griffith Park. we were dreading parking but it wasn't too bad $15 for a lot and it was a breeze leaving the concert!
Silver Street Bridge, Cambridge CB3 9 United Kingdom
Dani Potter's rating:
Had a wonderful hour punting session. £20 for an hour along the backs as the sunset. Amazing views, chatting and laughing with other punters. Really enjoyable and an amazing view of Cambridge
Rue du Chevalier-de-la-Barre 35, Paris 75018 France
Lauren Baker's rating:
This church is beautiful inside and out, but the best experience is climbing to the top of its iconic dome. Amazing views!
bet. Bur Dubai Waterfront & Al Mankhool Rd. - Al Fahidi St - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
TristanJay Dela Cruz's rating:
A must see place if you're visiting Dubai. If you want to feel the "old" Dubai this is the place. Place is lined with art galleries, cafes, shops and is very near Dubai Museum
Grand Canyon National Park, North Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86052
Jennifer H's rating:
Can you say freshest air ever?! Throughour the whole trip with my boyfriend, he thought we were mainly going to the south rim, where all the tourist are. Who knew we would end up at the north instead? I never been to the grand canyon before, so I wouldn't know how we ended up at the North rim. Thanks to the GPS, this was a fun experience!North rim known for family trip, honeymoon or a get away thing. Their lodge are booked in a year advance, and ... read more
we lucked out and got one of the last 3 rooms they had which were from cancellation throughout the day. The north rim is very quite, enjoyable and peaceful. Only thing you won't like is that there is no phone service, not unless you drive back out a mile to use your phone. They have a gorgerous view, with long chairs for you to sit to either enjoy a beer or a cocktail. The whole place is like a couples therapy getting away trip. Noone can bother you and you can just wake up to quietness. Their lodges have fridge, soap, shampoo, hairdryer, and a heater. The north rim can get really cold during the winter or spring, so make sure to bring a coat. There's no TV so don't expect that because there's no signal up there. Parking is free and if you like to use internet or have WiFi, they do have a shop that's a mile out for you to use. They have a resturant here, a little saloon bar/ coffee shop, gift shop and a deli shop if hungry. overall experience, loved it! Worth the drive!
221 N Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145
Chris Kompst's rating:
I believe this is one of the most underrated and understated hotels in Las Vegas. The grounds are gorgeous and it's not gaudy. A popular wedding destination off the Strip in Summerlin.
2880 Torrey Pines Scenic Dr
Trina D.'s rating:
What a cool place! My coworker from SD introduced me to this place while I was on a business trip to La Jolla. The architecture is very modern. It's really close to UCSD. I think I read somewhere that it's considered on-campus dining but I could be wrong. The views from Bella Vista are awesome. You can see the ocean while lounging on the 2nd floor patio. The place is unassuming and a little difficult to find from the street but once you arrive in ... read more
the correct parking lot, you're treated to an open air seating area and views. The food is best described as Italian-American fusion. We ordered drinks (Anguria & Sangria), a margherita pizza, gnocchi con funghi, crab cake pops, melon wrapped in prosciutto, antipasto platter, and truffle fries. The service was pretty relaxed. Happy hour ends at 6 pm. The melon with prosciutto was a perfectly refreshing treat. The crab cake pops are great to share. The mushroom gnocchi was recommended by the server when I asked which one he preferred. The other was a pesto one but I went with the mushroom. It was pretty good. The truffle fries were perfectly crispy with hints of truffle and plenty of parmesan. The margherita pizza was standard and served hot. The drinks were great. I have to warn you about the seagulls though. While we were there, one swooped down at the table next to us and stole a fry from the bowl. I wish I got it on video. Even though we were here for happy hour, they serve brunch and it makes a great date place.
11820 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064
Audrey Lo "@GogobotAudrey"'s rating:
Just tried the lunch special at Yabu for the first time and really enjoyed the charashi bowl with soba noodles on the side. For dinner, you must get the noddles - the soba and udon noodles here are fantastic. The vegetable tempura udon was solid as well as the shrimp tempura udon. For appetizers, i recommend the beef Takaki and the yellowtail carpaccio was to die for!
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh, PA, United States
Brandi Sanders's rating:
Home is impressive. Tells the story of the steel industry of Carnegie and the unimaginable wealth. Mill workers were exploited at Homstead - Frick was shot during the labor dispute. Interesting and ugly history.
Cali, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
Erick Redcloud's rating:
This place is gorgeous. It a fantastic place to just photos of amazing architecture, both inside and out. The place is in the heart of downtown Cali, near the Rio de Cali and Parque de Jorge Issacs. It is near 2 MIO stops and can easily be accessed. It is a great start to seeing the rest of historical Cali.
Jalan Kemang Raya 1, Jakarta, Java 12730, Indonesia
It's a boutique hotel located in the South of Jakarta. Each room is decorated individually, equipped with ipod, dvd player and wifi. Restaurants are located in the rooftop.
4607 State Park Lane, Panama City, Florida, United States
Diane Austin's rating:
Sharing the same strip of beach as Panama City, but high rise condos and hotel chains are replaced by campsites and wildlife. A great and full service State park, with kayak rentals, food, fishing jetties, camp stores, showers, boat ramps and boardwalks. Campsites are on the bay versus the Gulf so you do have to drive to the beach but it's only 2 minutes. Beach here is used for teaching scuba diving as it is sheltered. It is a favorite site for ... read more
Floridians year round and especially good in winter for bird lovers.
San Francisco, California
Ram Alagianambi's rating:
You can get a 360 degree view of the city, from the bay bridge to the Golden Gate Bridge, to soma, to dog patch, to market, and south sf. For most people this is usually a 10 min walk from cortland ave. At any given day you can see friendly dogs here. The place is not so small and not so big . It's right next to cortland ave, where you have some nice coffee places and restaraunts.
Kayhan Serdar's rating:
Everything there is, has been said and documented about the Pyramids of Giza. They are one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. For me the most important fact is, when it was constructed? 2560 - 2540 BC. It says it all. If the first time you do not get as impacted as you wished for, Take a tour inside one of the pyramids and I assure you, you then will! It's a must see. It's a place everybody needs to see at least once in their lifetime. My ... read more
USS Hornet, Alameda, CA
Daniel L.'s rating:
Great attraction featuring WWII, Vietnam, Korea and NASA Apollo history. You get to explore a good portion of the ship plus they have docents who actually served on the ship. Allow a minimum of 2 hours for a very basic visit. They also offer memberships and special events. Oh, the views of SF are lovely too!!