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  • Stephanie Gray
    Published 2 years ago
    Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas Review

    Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas Review

    I had gone to Vegas for a vacation and I stayed at the Plaza Hotel by Fremont experience street. The hotel was rated a three star but in my opinion it was a four star compared to hotels in the state I live in. The plaza hotel had a three bedroom suite where one bed was adjoined to a living room and the living room was adjoined to a two bedroom. Each bedroom had a bathroom with a shower. The living room had a half bathroom. Each bedroom had a tv and the living room had a tv too. The TVs has cable tv. The view from the the room I was in was of the swimming pool and a few of the buildings, and one of the highways or roads. The pool area looked like it had a big area for lounging in. The pool looked like there was enough room to swim laps if you are into swimming laps when you swim.The plaza motel sign was also seen from the view. The beds were comfortable to sleep in. The hotel suite had a mini fridge, a Keurig one cup coffee maker, ice bucket, but there was no mini bar like I thought Vegas hotels had. That was one let down to the hotel.
  • Tracey Kifford
    Published 3 years ago
    Review: Sofitel Hotel Corniche, Abu Dhabi

    Review: Sofitel Hotel Corniche, Abu Dhabi

    PackThePJs factored in a two-night stopover in Abu Dhabi on the way home from our recent holiday to the Maldives. This was easy to do as all our flights were on Etihad Airways. Using Booking.com we chose the Sofitel Hotel, on the Corniche, in Abu Dhabi. We’ve never stayed in Abu Dhabi before, so why did we choose this hotel? Well, the price was incredibly reasonable, it is rated 5 stars, and the family room we were offered was called the ‘Prestige Suite with Executive Lounge Access and Butler Service’. Hard not to be enticed, really!
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 3 years ago
    The Car Park King

    The Car Park King

    The Tudors have always been a part of British history that I've been fond of. I enjoy the stories of the kings and queens and found the tales of love, betrayal, and scandal very interesting. The Tudors brought the birth of the new Church of England and the golden age. But none of that would have been possible if it wasn't for the War of the Roses and the defeat of Richard III.
  • Jessica Herring
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Travel Booking Sites

    Best Travel Booking Sites

    These travel sites make planning your next vacation effortless and compelling. You do not need to call a travel agent or stress about finding a great hotel and affordable airline. These sites are the best travel booking sites since they are very customer friendly and do all the hard work for you.
  • Ʉly Spițťs
    Published 3 years ago
    Cold Jitters – Inside Rome’s Unique Ice Bar

    Cold Jitters – Inside Rome’s Unique Ice Bar

    Rome is home to some of Europe’s top nightlife. From the Gilda in downtown Rome to the Akab in the more rural area of the city, the after hours scene in Italy’s capital is as diverse as they come. However, one bar, in particular, is going to the opposite degree in order to waver attention.
  • Relaxed Tourist
    Published 3 years ago
    Splash Lagoon Indoor Water Park (Erie, Pennsylvania) Review
  • Relaxed Tourist
    Published 3 years ago
    Comfort Suites Edinboro Pennsylvania Review (Two Queen Bed Jacuzzi Suite)

    Comfort Suites Edinboro Pennsylvania Review (Two Queen Bed Jacuzzi Suite)

    The room was medium size with an average layout but this was probably one of the smaller suites I've stayed in. The overall appearance is rather dated. I felt like I was stepping into the late 70s or early 80s.
  • Hazel Butterfield
    Published 3 years ago
    E-Biking in Val Gardena

    E-Biking in Val Gardena

    Our trip started out at our hotel, Hotel Gran Baita, with their signature cocktail, the 'Hugo', as we got to know the rest of our team for our e-biking tour e-powered by Bosc, where we also got to find out a bit more about this deliciously beautiful part of the Dolomites.
  • Mickey Finn
    Published 3 years ago
    Unfriendly Skies
  • Roger Wells
    Published 3 years ago
    Learning to Love Vietnam

    Learning to Love Vietnam

    A while ago, I was living in Chiangmai, in Northern Thailand, while writing a book. Every three months, I had to leave Thailand to renew my visa, so I'd take a trip to one or other of the nearby countries, stay a week or two, then come back. These visa runs were special - a quick infusion of the new to break up my routine in Chiangmai
  • Mackenzie Z. Kennedy
    Published 3 years ago
    Most Beautiful Airports in the World

    Most Beautiful Airports in the World

    When people think of airports, they probably already have a certain idea in mind: a spacious, utilitarian venue that has businessmen everywhere, police dogs, and families on vacation rushing to the nearest terminals. Most people really don't think about the airport's architecture, and that's a shame.
  • Olivia Bellomo
    Published 3 years ago
    Coolest Coffee Shop In New Jersey

    Coolest Coffee Shop In New Jersey

    The first thought that comes to mind when thinking of coffee is gasoline. "America runs on Dunkin,” is something you’ve most likely heard. It would seem this black liquid has devolved into nothing more than a required fuel in our society. Picture this: Monday morning commute. Bumper-to-bumper traffic on a highway at 7 AM. Angry and frustrated motorists, all weaving in and out of haphazardly-organized lanes to arrive at their destinations.