Featured Articles, Travel Tips Bilbao
Feb 2nd, 2010 |
Courtesy of Hotel Miro in Bilbao, here are some useful tips on what to do in the city of Bilbao:
Casco Viejo (Old Quarter)
Take the bright-green tram in front of the Hotel and go explore the old part of town.
Get lost in the labyrinth of streets and re-fuel having some pintxos in the Plaza Nueva.
Museo de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Museum)
Located at a stone´s throw from the Hotel, it is definitely a must. It is the third most important collection in Spain. If in a hurry, visit the selection of 16 masterworks from the collection. Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-8 pm, Mondays closed.
Just 20 minutes...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips New York
Feb 2nd, 2010 |
Courtesy of The Kimberly Hotel in New York, here are some useful tips on what to do in New York City:
The Kimberly Hotel is convenient to many of New York City’s famous landmarks. For this reason, I like to encourage guests to do a short walking tour to get acquainted with the neighborhood. Within just a few blocks, guests can see the Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building | New York
(which can also be enjoyed from our rooftop and some of our suites), and the glorious architecture of Grand Central Station. At the station there are several restaurants for dining, including the world famous Oyster...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Barcelona
Jan 20th, 2010 |
Courtesy of Grand Hotel Central in Barcelona, here are some tips on where to go in this wonderful city:
VISIT: Barcelona Walks Gòtic
Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter links past and present. Discover in a guided tour the charm of its streets, squares, hidden corners and hundred-year-old buildings with expert guides who will take you, step by step, on a journey through history.
Departure point: Turisme de Barcelona information office at: Pl. de Catalunya, 17 basements. You should be at the information office 10 minutes before the visit of the Gothic Quarter begins. It takes 2 hours long and you...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips
Jan 4th, 2010 |
El Calafate in Patagonia, Argentina, is ultimate glacier experience. The town is close to Lake Argentino, a green water surface covering 1,600 square km, with a length of 60 km and a width between 12 and 14 km. Calafate receives its name from a small bush named calafate, which is native of Patagonia. According to tradition, whoever eats calafate will return for more, and reality shows that who visits El Calafate wants to stay there forever. It is a tourist resort of both national and international importance, since it is the starting point of all glacier circuits.
There are lots of excursions at...
Article, Featured Articles, Travel Tips
Dec 16th, 2009 |
At the southern tip of Miami Beach there is a new green space with a new look and purpose: South Pointe Park. A 20-foot-wide serpentine walkway slithers through the almost 18 acres of grass and sand dunes. A must for kids and for the eternal kids, are spaghetti-shaped fountains that, when you press a button, spray water from all the corners. You may then get a cooling alfresco shower after your workout or let the kids get completely drenched and splashy. An art-deco inspired observation deck with orange lounges is a preferred spot for reading a book or just spot the cruise ships come and go...