Blog Posts - Lodging



Hotel Sekumiya Obama

Hotel Sekumiya in Obama is a three-star hotel close to JR Obama Station and the local beach on the Sea of Japan coast.The 70-room hotel has a choice of Western-style rooms with beds or traditional, Japanese-style lodging with tatami mats and futons.A...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 13, 2016

Social Networking For Dogs — My Paws On

Social Networking For Dogs MyPawsOn.com  – A social network for dogs Woof my name is Pawson and I am a soft Coated Wheaten Terrier living the dream in the UK. My Mum spoils me rotten and takes me everywhere with her. Even to the Vets, which I...
by Wiggleless on Jun 6, 2016

Cheap lodging and Tourist attractions in Brussels

Cheap lodging and Tourist attractions in Brussels, here we will discuss interesting things and sights as well as inexpensive lodging in city of Brussels. Curious right? let’s see what is in Brussels that would backpackers..
by hotel travel on Mar 30, 2016

Springtime Fun With Your Dog

Springtime Fun With Your Dog Well, we made it through the freezing temperatures, the Christmas mayhem, and the New Year’s celebrations. Our pups have been very patient and waiting to pounce. Tongues are wagging and begging for fresh air and the sp...
by Wiggleless on Mar 7, 2016

Gateways Inn and Restaurant in Lenox, MA. Relaxing in The Berkshires.

As part of my reviews of Select Registry, an association of bed and breakfasts, inns, and small hotels in the US, I stayed at Gateways Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts. Back in the Berkshires!Gateways Inn is housed in a building that used to be the summer...
by Gourmet Pigs on Dec 12, 2015

French Basque Country: St. Jean de Luz, Biarritz + Bayonne

Welcome to Basque Country! We're kick starting our time in the region in Pays Basque: seaside St. Jean de Luz, medieval Bayonne and glam Biarritz.The post French Basque Country: St. Jean de Luz, Biarritz + Bayonne appeared first on The Traveling Scho...
by The Traveling Scholar on Oct 19, 2015

Hermitage Bay Hotel An Exclusive Resort in Caribbean Antigua

If you are looking for an elite Caribbean Resort and you want to quick-start your hot Caribbean holiday and a rapid transfer, then look no farther than the all-inclusive, and very special Hermitage Bay Hotel, which is considered a uppermost Antigua L...
by eTravelTrips on Oct 14, 2015

Photo Journal: Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro

Our final day in Rio, taking in the rooftop views + enjoying some time on Copacabana Beach.The post Photo Journal: Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Jul 22, 2015

Refreshments at Tabing Dagat Lodging House and Restaurant – Culion, Palawan, PH

Our first day was a blast thus getting more excited on what Asia Grand View Hotel store for us is already given. Truth to be told that my first time in Coron, Palawan brought me so much happiness and had me experience in appreciating Coron’s beauty...
by The Daily Posh on Jul 19, 2015

Rio de Janeiro: Rooftop Sippin’ in Santa Teresa

A recap of our afternoon exploring eclectic Santa Teresa for a different side of Rio de Janeiro.The post Rio de Janeiro: Rooftop Sippin’ in Santa Teresa appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Jul 8, 2015

Iguassu Falls: Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas

Why Belmond's Hotel das Cataratas was an integral part of our Iguassu Falls experience.The post Iguassu Falls: Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Jun 10, 2015

Cozy Digs at Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain lodging options are few and tourists are literally brought in by the busloads to the Cradle Mountain Hotel and nearby lodge. Unfortunately, the years have taken their toll on the generic tired looking Cradle Mountain Hotel although it...
by Wabisabi Green on Jun 8, 2015

Brazil: Welcome to Iguaçu Falls

Heading to Iguaçu Falls? Check out some snapshots, video + tips for your trip to the Brazilian side!The post Brazil: Welcome to Iguaçu Falls appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on May 30, 2015

Countdown to Brazil: Iguassu Falls and Rio de Janeiro

The countdown is on! Less than two weeks until we head to Iguassu Falls and Rio to celebrate Scott's milestone birthday.The post Countdown to Brazil: Iguassu Falls and Rio de Janeiro appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on May 14, 2015

This might be the most dangerous hotel in the world!

Why most dangerous? At what other hotel in the world could a guest face beheading or amputation for breaking house rules?Here's the issue for anyone who chooses to stay at this ISIS-controlled, former 5-Star hotel in Iraq: '...dancing, music, smoking...
by The Political Commentator on May 6, 2015

San Juan for Beginners

Heading to Puerto Rico? As a newbie myself, here's my quickie guide to San Juan for beginners.The post San Juan for Beginners appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on May 1, 2015

Layover in Panama City {PTY}

Have a layover in Panama City? Here's how we maximized our 36 hours in Panama's capital.The post Layover in Panama City {PTY} appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 16, 2015

Lago de Yojoa with D&D Adventures

Boating with D&D Adventures on Lago de Yojoa, Honduras' largest lake.The post Lago de Yojoa with D&D Adventures appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 7, 2015

D&D Brewery: Hosteling at Lago de Yojoa

Heading to Honduras? Find out why D&D Brewery has everything you need wrapped into one neat package.The post D&D Brewery: Hosteling at Lago de Yojoa appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 6, 2015

Countdown to Honduras

We're in the final stretch! Excited for a family trip to Honduras, my first time back in Central America in ten years! The post Countdown to Honduras appeared first on The Traveling Scholar.
by The Traveling Scholar on Mar 19, 2015


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