Visit Khlong Lat Mayom Floating Market
In ruins, This Forum’s Arch of Septimius Severus’ former grandeur is Evident.Visitors can also see the House of Vestal Virgins, the Arch of Titus, and the Temple of Saturn. I recommend hiring a local guide so you get the absolute most from this location that is amazing!
Tenerife is a thrilling island in the Canaries quite adept at catering for everyone. A great way to get around is to take one or two of its many trips or tours during your stay – they come at a reasonable price and often with dinner included.
Shop for Ohrid Pearls
We saved the best for last because there’s nothing quite like experiencing Santorini’s unique caldera by sea.
Today we are sailing around Santorini with Santorini Sailing. We’ll be making a few stops at red beach, white beach, sail through the caldera, stop at sulfur springs and end in Ammoudi Port.
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Gozo Coastal Route (approx 2.5 hours)
Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia
Entry requirements: Valid passport, and according to your home State, a $10 tourist visa may need to be Bought upon arrival, which is valid up to 90 times
David’s been here continues its culinary ventures through Prague at U T?í Pštros?. U T?í Pštros?, or the Three Ostriches, serves up top-notch international cuisine, located right next to the historic Charles Bridge. Stop in and try their signature Ostrich dish, or any of their other amazing specialties. At the Charles Bridge? Look for the sign with 3 Ostriches and settle into a delicious meal. For all Prague’s top restaurants, check out DBH Guides: Prague.
UGG Travel Set (65.96)
This is your surgical mask. As you may imagine, it’s just what a physician wears in the working room to protect the patient from any contaminants out of his/her saliva. The pharmacist is also protected by it from ingesting or inhaling any other fluids from the patient.
Research the Castle District
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Celebrate with Rabbit in Mosta
David’s Been Here is in the Castilla y Leon town of Zamora paying a visit to its most famous restaurant: El Rincon de Antonio. Located in the heart of the old district, this prestigious restaurant has been serving up award winning dishes for over ten years now, even claiming the highly coveted Michelin Star. Sit down for an unforgettable meal at El Rincon de Antonio, where you can try any of their ‘simple’ yet extraordinary dishes alongside some delicious local wine. Not sure what to try? Give their seven-course tasting menu a go for a full-on experience. If you’re touring Zamora, this is one place that you cannot miss. Find El Rincon de Antonio in the David’s Been Here Guide to Castilla y Leon, now available for your Kindle as well.