Katie Pierce's rating:
A very popular destination for the outdoorsy types and for families looking to cool down during the hot summer. It's off of the Stonehouse set of trails in Stoneham, Maine and is very easy walk over from the parking lot.
10100 Dream Tree Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Matthew Mercer's rating:
Had an amazing time at the Four Seasons Orlando Resort, huge pool area with lazy river, adult pool area, kiddie pool, two huge slides, and of course all of the luxury and service your would expect from a Four Seasons. Along with awesome food and great views from my balcony. Plus it's close to all the attractions, great for tourists!
Olivia Isenhart's rating:
The Shawangunk Ice Caves are hands down one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. Hidden on a simple trail in upstate New York is a narrow, winding pathway that leads straight into the mountains, where you can find natural ice sculptures all year round. I felt like I had discovered one of Nancy Drew's secret passageways as I climbed down the first slender tunnel. It soon plunged me into peaceful, icy darkness, broken only by occasional ... read more
bursts of sunlight from above. Every footstep and whisper danced as I explored the endless variety of thrills within the caves - gusts of frigid air that surged from unexpected crevices like natural air conditioning, massive rocks suspended against each other at impossible angles, tidal waves of mountain ice still frozen in place through summer. Between the caverns are creaking wooden ladders and bridges to guide your path, which look like something out of the Swiss Family Robinson treehouse. It's a place that makes you want to claim your own little nook and curl up for a nap, or sprint around playing hide and go seek. It's heaven.
Cecile Kiki'lia Aparis-Dela Cruz's rating:
One of my favorite places to watch these beautiful creatures !!! The honu also known as turtle; located in thr little town of Haleiwa this spot bringd numerous tourist to witness not just the landscape but the inhabitants who beach themselves on shore to enjoy the evening basking in the remaining sunset. They will be one, two or a couple hanging out on the beach. Just respect their space and enjoy their beauty before they depart into the ocean.
1235 Mcallister St, San Francisco, CA
Beautiful park offering views of the famous Full House row of houses. A San Francisco icon!
Sian T's rating:
The best view in Istanbul. If you don't have the time or money to get a full Bosphorus tour, head yo Karakoy or Eminonu dock and get a ferry to Kadikoy. You get to see the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and the Hagia Sofia from the water. A Unesco protected skyline and truly spectacular. Go at sunset for the best view. The ferries also serve a very good (and cheap) cup of tea!
8683 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
Susan Lee's rating:
The udon is all hand made, which makes the noodles chewier than other places. The crunchy roll (shrimp tempura with asparagus) goes great as a side to a bowl of udon. Fukada has become very popular in the last few years, so the wait can get very long.
1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington
Parking is expensive but when you get here there's the Seattle Aquarium, street vendors, huge ferris wheel, restaurants, etc. There's even lounge chairs to relax on the decks. Great for all ages!
4222 Village Square, Whistler, BC V0N Canada
Lee Abbamonte's rating:
Araxi is one of the oldest restaurants in Whistler Village and certainly one of the best. The seafood tower pictured is off the charts. The duck and venison is cooked to absolute perfection and their pairing recommendations are top notch as well. It's also located in the main square for great people watching. Give it a try in Whistler-totally worth it!
181 Wellington Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
Johnny Jet's rating:
It's one of Toronto’s newest five star hotels, The Ritz-Carlton. The shiny new 50-story building opened a couple years ago. The hotel has 267 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites spread across the first 20 floors of the tower located in the heart of downtown Toronto. The other thirty floors are devoted to theRitz-Carlton Residences, accessed byseparate elevators and entrances. I was fortunate enough to spend four days there and here are my ... read more
top 10 reasons why you should stay atThe Ritz-Carlton, Toronto.
Calle de Real de Alhambra, Granada, AN 18009 Spain
Kayhan Serdar's rating:
La Alhambra, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nr 1 Spanish tourist destination, in Granada, in Andalusia; construction started as small fortress in 889 by the Moorish king and finished in the 14th century, after the Spanish Reconquista becoming Christian. Why writing about the Alhambra. Everybody already knows something about this palace and fortress. Just visit "La Alhambra" and see it for yourself. In my opinion: Amazing destination.
34442 Street Of The Green Lantern, Dana Point, CA 92629
Veronica Raye's rating:
I knew Chart House would be nice, and on the water, but this view was a complete surprise. It overlooks the entire harbor and has beautiful view of the city! The valet was convenient and also having made reservations, I don't recommend coming without. The restaurant is very classy and has top service. The dining area was nice with windows all around and warm lighting. The salad bar was one of the best I've ever had! We also enjoyed the hummus ... read more
trio appetizer, it was okay, but not spectacular. However, the artichoke, bacon & brie dip was sooo good! I also ordered the coconut shrimp which had a chili sauce, tasty and a good size! Next time I'll try the scallops instead. The clam chowder was made well and with quality ingredients! Overall, it was a great restaurant, high class and quality. However, you're paying a lot for the view and it would not be the beat place for a large or noisy group.
24 Reed Street, Brooklyn, NY, United States
Harold Smith-Franzen (@smithfranzen)'s rating:
Brooklyn Crab is an escape to another reality. If it weren't so pricey (and cold outside if it is winter), you'd think you had suddenly been transported to a crab shack in rural Florida. Full-on kitschy atmosphere with christmas lights and crab traps hanging from the ceiling. I swear our waitress was related to Honey Boo Boo. Have no idea how she ended up in New York. Good if not exceptional food. Talk to the staff and go with what is in season. ... read more
The menu is expansive and not everything is fresh. I loved the fried clams and the peel and eat shrimp. King crab legs seemed like they'd been around for a while. If you go, plan to visit Steve's Authentic Key Lime Pies -- about a 5 min walk away. You will also find them on the menu here.
Shangani Street, Stone Town, Tanzania
Rebecca Latuputty's rating:
Nice terrace bar at the back of hotel that overlooks the sea- also accessible from waterfront. Great sunset view that is packed out with one hour to sunset so get there early if you want a ringside seat. Good service- packed with tourists so a fair chance you are paying over the odds- worth it at sunset but probably not once the darkness hits.
Carrer de Mallorca 401, Barcelona 08013, Spain
Vasilis Tanos's rating:
Amazing piece of art and architecture. breathtaking colors inside from the colorful windows. It's a must see if you come to Barcelona. Book your ticket online to avoid queues.
Family vacation to Cabo was such a great idea. This place is breath taking view with warm clear water to swim in. I love my time here with my family. A nice getaway destination to be whether you are on a family vacation, bachelorette party, or honeymoon, you will be guarantee to have a grand time. Trust me, I know! I was lucky to to be on the glass boat to see this iconic view. I can't wait to come back here again.
San 1-3, Yongsan-dong 2-ga, Seoul, 11 South Korea
Camilo Gonzalez's rating:
A beutiful place to start exploring Seoul. There are several ways to reach this point: by foot, bus or cable car. i suggest the last one. it is fast and safe. Spend some time exploring the base of tower, the tower itself, the views and the restaurant. Seoul landscape from this tower is awesome
107 Mckinley Rd, Mio, MI 48647
Christina Teltser's rating:
This is an amazing Forest Service Station. The offices are great and there are plenty of small conference rooms for meetings. The entrance is cozy with the log cabin vibe and Smokey the Bear signs. There is a native flower garden around the front and plenty of parking. The gift shop has stuffed animals (Kirtland's warblers are buy one get one during tour season), several field guides and reference books as well as hoodies and rain jackets. The ... read more
bathrooms are very nice and always clean.
Tory K's rating:
Just outside of Three Forks a nice cool place to check out in the heat of summer. The tour is 2 hours and about two miles (most of the distance is climbing to and from the entrance/exit). Beautiful overlook of the Jefferson river valley. Inside the caverns are really spectacular with towering stalagmites and spectacular rock "waterfalls". Lots of stairs and narrow passages but my claustrophobic hubby wasn't bothered and all the kids on the tour ... read more
did just fine. Ceilings too low for kids in backpacks, they recommend front carriers only. Worth a stop if you are in the area.