La Jolla, California
A serious of caves cut into the limestone cliffs. A playground for divers, snorkelers and swimmers, some wide enough for kayaking through. Take a kayaking tour on your kayak or explore on your own. Home to fish, sea lions, leopard sharks & more!
Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington 98362, USA
Jen V's rating:
Breathtaking views! At the ranger station, the guide recommended that I take the Hurricane Hill trail - she was spot on!! The views were jaw dropping, it was a 4 mile loop, starting with a gradual climb to steeper at the peak. Make sure to explore the peak and information points. Good for all ages - I saw tots at 3 years old to the 70+ folks - that's inspiring!
Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, United States
Harold Smith-Franzen (@smithfranzen)'s rating:
This is my favorite brunch spot. It is the place to go for all things cacio e pepe. The cacio e pepe soft scrambled eggs are incredible. The rosemary potatoes are another favorite. The service can be a little spotty but the high quality food and rustic-yet-chic atmosphere make Maialino a winner. Avoid the wait by booking ahead on Open Table. The tables in the back are more private and offer the best people watching. Prices are reasonable by NY ... read more
standards. A favorite with celebs.
Manuela Nadin's rating:
It is a small town in the very north of Italy. It is very elegant and tide with nice ancient buildings and Livenza river which runs in circle making the main square an islands. Close to the cathedral there is a very small church, called ' Church of pity' which looks over the river creating a very mystic atmosphere.
Lokastígur, Reykjavik, Iceland
Cute cafe serving Icelandic plates at reasonable prices made from old recipes. Cafe Loki is cozy and the service is good. Try one of four Icelandic plates for a good sampling of local cuisine (yes, sheep's head jelly and that fermented shark thing are included in some). For dessert, the pancake with skyr (a tart yogurt) with caramel is very good. They also have a list of Icelandic beers. Cafe Loki is located just across the street from the tall ... read more
main church whose name I have yet to memorize.
Nuno Martins's rating:
Fantástic beach , blue water a pice of heaven. If you come to bali this is a fantastic spot enjoy
5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Ruth Junita's rating:
Always one of those places i take visitors to.....The lights are awesome
236 Plaza Central, Los Altos, CA, United States
Betty Hsu's rating:
A great little restaurant in downtown Los Altos. We tried oyako-don, monkfish liver, karaage, yakitori-Kobe beef, asparagus,chicken wings, momo, chicken stuff tofu with corn sauce, salad, the highlight is the black sesame panna cotta. if you go for dinner, be sure to make reservation.
Arlington Street and Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
Start a run down from the Eliot Hotel and run all the way to Public Gardens and back. Beautiful run. Stop and smell the roses.
23011 Moulton Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA, United States
Alice Ly's rating:
I went twice in a week because of the great coupons that was left on my car. :) The first time, had the Mocha Latte + Tri-Tip Sandwich. Yum! The coffee was chocolate-y and the way I like it. Sweet and not too strong. The trip-tip sandwich even came with a small side of pasta and almost had a bacon crisp to it at the edges. Very, very tasty!The second time I had the Tucson Chicken Melt combo which came with chips and a drink. It was good but I ... read more
preferred the Tri-tip.A definite bonus when they have an open pickle/chile bar since I love pickles.Great little joint that's nearby and we'll come again!New favorite - The Ultimate Teddy Slice : Turkey, Roast Beef, Avocado + veggies.The cheddar that they put underneath the bun and grilled to a perfect crisp is amazing! It almost tastes like a cheese crisp from Trader Joe's.Hearty portions for a decent price. Again, it's on the corner of building G and you'll see some banners/flags in front.
13455 San Pasqual Road, Escondido, CA 92025-7833
Beautiful winery n vineyard! Very tasty n unique red and whites. Parking is ok. A lot of food and and snacks you can purchase and enjoy there inside and outside. Live music throughout the month. wedding and private event options too. Not near other wine tasting venues though.
2201 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93105-3611
nancy w's rating:
Old Mission Santa Barbara, the queen of the missions. Self-guided tour is inexpensive and very informative about life in Santa Barbara in the 1800s.
Jelena Budjevac's rating:
Stroll through narrow streets and soak in Puerto Rico's flavors, aromas and sounds. Touristy? Sure and with reason. It's beautiful and transport you into the Spanish Virgin Islands (far from the Miami-esque nature of new San Juan). Bright colors and zesty flavors with a beat that pulses and sizzles.
528 South Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90020
Audrey Lo "@GogobotAudrey"'s rating:
Super modern and chic Korean owned cafe in the middle of ktown with a huge assortment of sweets and drinks! I bit overpriced, but you're pretty much paying for the space as this is a great spot for freelancers!
Churchillparken, Copenhagen 1263 Denmark
Maan @Travel Binge's rating:
The Gefion Fountain is a large fountain on the harbour front in Copenhagen, Denmark. It features a large-scale group of animal figures being driven by the legendary Norse goddess, Gefjun. The Fountain was donated by the Carlsberg Foundation as a gift to the city on the occasion of the Carlsberg brewery’s 50 year anniversary
19980 Homestead Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014
Samantha Chen's rating:
Beef don. I think it's called yakiniku don. The amount of food you get is ridiculously large. The place feels very Japanese and quaint.
151–168 Tremont St, Boston, Massachusetts
The Boston Commons Park reminds me of Dolores Park back home in San Francisco. What a lovely outdoor area.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California 94019
Travis Katz's rating:
This is a great place for whale watching. When we came here last time we saw tons of whales right off the shore. Even without whales, though, this is a beautiful, broad sandy beach. Mountains all around give it a picturesque beauty. Prone to fog here, so check the local webcams.
St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel, Euston Road, King's Cross, London, NW1 2AR, United Kingdom
London Lees's rating:
Insanely stunning venue. One just needs to pop in for a drink just to check it out. Kings Cross has changes so much during the past couple of years and this is indicative of that change. Not the trendiest crowd, but not terrible either.
2057 Sawtelle Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Super rich stock. Super amazing flavours. Dip it, don't slurp it!
200 Eastern Parkway, NY
Scott Hampton (@danielodyssey1)'s rating:
Brooklyn Museum is not the Met or the MoMA, but it definitely puts a well sized pin drop on the map in regards to level of significance for NYC attractions and a great museum to visit among the other famous NYC museums. The museum has some similar exhibits compared to the Met in Manhattan, but the learnings from the long term exhibits and viewing of temporary exhibits differentiate the experience. The museum recently had a temporary exhibit ... read more
called "Killer Heels" that was an intriguing display of fashion in regards to design, history, and culture.
Carretera Federal 307 Km 340, Cancun 77500, Mexico
Lee Abbamonte's rating:
I recently spent 4 nights at the Mon Palace for a travel conference. The rooms are excellent and each room has a massive hot tub and a hammock. The place is enormous-I mean HUGE! It is really confusing walking around and you will almost definitely get lost at least once. That said walk around and see the property. The best restaurants and things to do are away from the main lobby. The buffets are not very good but they're adequate. Try the ... read more
Brazilian Steakhouse-best I had.