50 N Vineyard Blvd, Honolulu, HI 96817-3759
M Herlihy's rating:
Great family adventure! A little rocky for strollers, but I was able to make it around the loop with my City Mini stroller. It's easier if you turn the stroller backwards and walk up. Both my 8 yr old daughter and niece loved it and there are gorgeous flowers everywhere. The address listed on this is incorrect though. The Vineyard address is for Foster Botanical Garden, this one is closer to Hawaii Kai. I had to look it up in my GPS after driving ... read more
to the Vineyard address.
July 11, 2014Taken with the gogobot mobile app
Nina H.'s rating:
What an amazing city filled with great food, diverse people and friendly culture! I had so much fun visiting the neighborhoods and eating my way around this city. We also had views of the CN tower most of the time we were in the city.
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950 Northwest Carkeek Park Road, Seattle, WA 98177-4755
Nina H.'s rating:
Fun little park right by the water in north Seattle. Perfect for a picnic or barbecue, or even just to enjoy the gorgeous scenery in the summertime! There's also a short trail that you and your dog can go through.
1809 4th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
Decent ice cream flavors such as earl grey tea, plum sorbet, and summer berry. The vanilla bean was just okay. Adding sea salt caramel topping made it even tastier. I also got oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies. On the small side but still was satisfying. All in all, a cute little ice cream shop on 4th Street. Could work on that friendly smile and a better service though...
Rachel E.'s rating:
Very quaint hilltown (emphasis on hill!) known for its wine. Unfortunately for me, I didn't like their wine at all, but obviously loads of other people like it so there you go. We were lucky in that there was a parade going through the Campo when we were there later in the afternoon and it was fun to see the community come out for a common cause. The town really is quite hilly and our group walked from the parking lot up a steep grid for a solid ... read more
25 minutes to reach the campo. The bus is very advisable for people with walking difficulties. Because of the late time we were there, we didn't get to see much of the boutiques which were closed, but the town itself was cute. Another thing to note, it's very difficult to get to unless you have a car or are with a tour.
7040 Whitewater River Ln
Rachel R's rating:
I've been here a few times and honestly, i've never had a problem. I recommend reserving a slot ahead of time as you'll save a little bit of money. And the Old Time canoes are the way to go, and easier to handle. It's under $40 a couple to canoe here. You can pack and take a cooler and whatever else you want with you. It has its perks to going here rather than Ohio (wink wink, nudge nudge). The river really depends on the weather. During dry ... read more
periods you may need to get out and kind of lift you're canoe over the low areas, but it's pretty simple to do. And after a rain storm you might encounter a few more "rapids" than normal. They make sure they brief you on trouble spots before you go out, and tell you where to look for arrows that will point you in the right direction of which way to stay of an obstacle. There are also big yellow mile markers on the banks in the trees, so you know how much farther you have to go (roughly). There are lots of banks and islands to pull off on and have a picnic or get in the water. Some places the current can be a little strong so use you're judgement. There is an area with a rope swing that is at a pretty surprisingly deep part of the river, that I've never seen anyone have issues with. But use your judgement and be smart. Play at your own risk. They have a huge sign on a hill that warns you you're stop is coming up. Just pull off, unload, and take care of things. You leave your canoe on the beach. Paddles and life vests go to the trailer and there's a dumpster for trash and a bin for can recycling. Follow the path up behind the trailer and there's an area with benches and a port a pot (use at your own risk) and to the left there's a building with a phone that will connect you to the center and signal for a ride. a bus is normally around within 20 minutes tops, and you're in the shade so it's not bad. There is camping available on site but haven't tried that out yet. The restrooms have changing areas, but I've only ever found one outdoor shower spicket. They will keep your keys at the desk before you go out, so be prepared. 1. no danger of losing them and 2. they know if you're still out. And if Mr. Morgan is around say hi! He really is awesome and enjoys talking to people. All the staff are pretty decent for the most part too!
100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH, United States
Mandy Tanksley's rating:
I've been to the Great American Ballpark a few times. It's a fairly nice ballpark. I've watched three games from three different sections and none of them were all that bad. My first game was about twelve rows behind the visiting teams dugout which let me have a nice view of all the action at the plate. I then watched from a few rows back behind first base (kind of off to the side a bit) which have me a great view of everything. The third game ... read more
was up high in the second to last section near the top with a great view from behind home plate. It was high up, but still a great view. The bathrooms are pretty good as far as stadium bathrooms go. There's several places to get snacks for the game as well as vendors selling drinks and snacks in the stands during the game. The souvenir shops are nice and you can usually get through line fairly quick. There's also the Reds Hall of Fame which I haven't been through yet. Note: I'm not a Reds fan and this is the firs Major League Baseball stadium I've been to.
rua das carmelitas, 151, Porto, Portugal
ana rita bras's rating:
a nice lime sorbet on this pleasant place just in front of clerigos tower. wine bar, tapas, icecreams...just a bit of everything on separate areas and for all prices. On the upper floor of the restaurants, and in the middle of the Olive tree garden, there's a pleasant esplanade.
Strandveien, Trondheim, Norway
Marie Lauvås's rating:
Ramp is one Of Trondheim's well hidden secrets with It's delicious burgers, vegetarian and vegan food. You can also enjoy a beer outside and here you will often meet people who are politically involved, band musicians or people interested in a natural lifestyle.
1529 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115
Jenn B's rating:
I've been here four times, both with a reservation and without. The best seats in the house are at the chef's counter, which are typically reserved for walk in guests but if you make a reservation they will likely accommodate a special request. Don't bother trying to drop in after, say, 6 p.m., unless you like eating dinner at 10:30 p.m., and definitely don't try this if your party is larger than two people. Once you check in with reception, they ... read more
will give you an estimated time and take down your phone number so you can wander Japantown until they text/call you. As for the food, it's superb! I love that I can try so many dishes in one sitting, and dinner for two rarely exceeds $100 even when we stuff ourselves. My personal favorites are the duck liver mousse with almond biscuits, the fried bread with burrata and seven types of pepper, the ice cream sandwich dessert (flavor rotates with each season), and the shot of peanut milk at the end.
Scott Hampton (@danielodyssey1)'s rating:
A hidden gem way off the beaten path but worth the scooter or car rental. Panormos (a.k.a. Pyrgos) is a village known for its beautiful handcrafted marble and tranquility outside of the stereotypical "hustle and bustle" civilization. Marble architecture emanates throughout the village streets all the way to the center where a nice quaint cafe resides adjacent to a picturesque square with an eye popping tall tree in the middle that perfectly ... read more
shades the square and makes it the perfect location for an afternoon Greek coffee with friendly strangers.
Wayne Atherholt's rating:
What a stunning place. Loaded with great shopping, winding narrow lanes, excellent little restaurants, and charm oozes out of every corner and gets better as you walk. This is a place to get lost and stop for a drink or pastry periodically until you happen on the waterfront restaurants and then you'll be hungry. Great jewelery shopping too,
Harry Lang's rating:
Great scene, of course. Beautiful people, with a few tourists sprinkled in here and there. Good selection of cocktails and food. Come for the crowd and the sun.
Morison Woo's rating:
Definitely a great view of Hollywood from here. I've been here twice. Once during the day and once at night. However, warning at night, the gate will be closed. But of course, there are ways around that ;). You just have to use your brain. Night view is definitely nice. You get a good view of all the city lights. Just be careful though, because it does get pretty dark. Daytime, you can walk up the stairs to another section and get multiple ... read more
different views of the city. Great place to stop by if you were on a date. Definitely more romantic at night though.
Union College, Schenectady, NY 12308
Jason Planck's rating:
Schaffer Library is located on Union College building 26. This library is a Federal Depository of government documents. You can request from your local library a research library card and you would be able to do research and check out books. Disability access is provided. Disability parking is extremely difficult especially during school times.
101–199 Tony Gwynn Dr, San Diego, California
Veronica Raye's rating:
What a view! This pedestrian bridge is a total work of art, and takes you across harbor drive to Petco Park via the Hilton parking lot. Great (but expensive) place to park for Padres games.
Brubakken, Trondheim, Norway
Marie Lauvås's rating:
Bakklandet is the part of Trondheim where you find all the old fisherman's houses, cozy cafés, bars and live music. Perfect if you want to grab a barista capuccino in the sunlight or your favourite beer!
Pulau Seribu, Menteng 10330 Indonesia
Literally thousands of small islands located North of Jakarta, this place is island getaway of the capital city residence. Distance to the island resorts vary from 30 mins - 2 hours, but the further it is from Jakarta, the better are the beach. Sepa is popular for diving, Ayer is close and has a bigger resort. I personally like Pantara because it is cleaner. There're few others like Pramuka and Matahari islands. So start island hopping on the ... read more
Rue Saint-Antoine, Paris, France
Ola K's rating:
Been coming to this bakery every time I'm in Paris since 2008. Most amazing almond croissants and baguette! Totally recommended if in the St. Paul, Marais area.
Manuela Nadin's rating:
Before taking the funivia to Rosetta top you can't imagine that over there there's such a large rocky altopiano. Starting from rifugio Pedrotti there are many possibilities for hiking. Panoramas from up there are something you wil never forget. There's also the possibility of going down to San Martino by foot... It's quite a long way but you will experience something really grateful.