Tipped to be one of the UK’s most remarkable luxury hotel launches of 2019 👀 ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ The Grade II* listed Grantley Hall with a lake and English-heritage listed Japanese garden 🍃 is currently undergoing a multimillion-pound restoration and will open as an exceptional luxury hotel next spring 🍾⠀ .⠀ .⠀ What's more, Grantley Hall is set to shake-up Yorkshire’s culinary scene with a Michelin-Starred Chef👨🏼🍳 at the helm of the hotel’s fine dining restaurant 👌🏽 Get all the details via ➡️ our Insta story or link in our bio #yorkshirefoodguide#yorkshirefood#grantleyhall#michelin#ripon#northyorkshire
A man was walking along the ocean where the thousands of starfish has been washed up on the beach.. .he saw a boy, crouched in the sand... Man asked: what are you doing, Son ? The boy said: “I’m throwing starfish back into the sea because if I don’t they’ll all die. But there is thousands of starfish, you can’t possibly make any difference to them... The boy looked at him and picked another starfish and threw into the sea: “It’s going to make a difference to that one!” . let’s all make a difference today Happy Saturday everyone 😊😊💕💕💕 . .
My love for temples and architecture will resurface every few weeks because the craftsmanship of Indian temples, no matter which period it was, is just so beautiful! Counting the days to our long trip to discover new architecture and culture!! ❤️😍 . . . . . . #temple#architecture#architexture#photographers_of_india#_soi#_oye#passionpassport#passportready#traveldestination#travelasia#travelgram#indiagram#indiaclicks#girlswhotravel#girlslovetravel#womenwhoexplore#ladiesgoneglobal#wanderlust#girldiscoverers#travelgirl#mytinyatlas#theprettycities#aroundtheworldpix#incredibleindia_official#colorsofindia#indiantemples#indiagram#igramming_india
. —————✈️ BARBADA ✈️—————— ⠀ Se você vai passar pelos menos 4 dias em Bangkok separe um dia para fazer o tour para as ruínas de Ayutthaya! O passeio dura o dia inteiro. 📣 ⠀ Você pode ir de excursão, fechando com agências ou no próprio hotel, ou por conta própria, sendo que lá precisará negociar com tuk tuk ou taxista para rodar com você pelos templos, pois não são próximos uns dos outros. ‼️ ⠀ Nós gostamos de ouvir as histórias sobre o local, por isso, sempre que possível, optamos por tour guiado! Fechamos este passeio com a @klooktravel, no site há algumas opções, inclusive para fazer o tour de bicicleta (só lembre do calor escaldante). 🚴🏼♀️ ⠀ Fomos de ônibus, a primeira parada foi no Palácio de Verão em Bang Pa-in District a 65km ao norte de Bangkok, na mesma direção que Ayutthaya. Foi construído em 1632 quando a capital da Tailândia ainda era Ayutthaya. ⛩ ⠀ (Continua...) ⠀ ——————🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸—————— ⠀ If you are going to spend at least 4 days in Bangkok separate a day to take the tour to the ruins of Ayutthaya! The tour lasts all day. 📣 ⠀ You can go on a tour, booking with agencies or in the hotel itself, or on your own, and there you’ll need to negotiate with a tuk tuk or taxi driver to ride with you through the temples, because they are not close to each other. ‼️ ⠀ We like to hear the stories about the place, so whenever possible we opted for guided tours! We closed this tour with @ klooktravel, on the site there are some options, including to do the bike tour (just remember it’s very hot). 😰 ⠀ We went by bus, the first stop was at the Summer Palace in Bang Pa-in District 65km north of Bangkok, in the same direction as Ayutthaya. It was built in 1632 when the capital of Thailand was still Ayutthaya. ⛩ ⠀ (To be continued...)
Included in my top must visit spots in Tallinn is the Master Courtyard. ⠀ ⠀ This photo was taken on the alleyway leading to the Master Courtyard. The reason for including this place in my top must visit is due to its beautiful bohemian, medieval and shabby chic inspired cafe owning occupying most of the area. Along with the cafe are small independent craft shops, which contribute to the shabby chic vibe.⠀ ⠀ I guess all I could suggest is see it for yourself. 😉
This photo was taken at one of Tallinn’s Old tower gate. ⠀ ⠀ To get a look at the wall from the inside, head to these three towers at the northwest corner of Old Town. Here visitors can climb up and explore the towers and wall, as well as enjoy a picturesque view of the red-tiled roofs of Old Town.⠀ ⠀ The best places to see the wall from the outside are the Patkuli viewing platform on Toompea and Tornide väljak (Towers’ Square), a park area near the train station. - VisitTallinn.ee⠀
Officially uploaded my Tallinn - Travel Guide blog post. Make sure to check out the link in my bio and discover more of what Tallinn can offer you.⠀ ⠀ Also don’t forget to take notes of my top must visit places when visiting Tallinn’s old town as these places are Instagrammable. Note: Make sure you have enough batteries with you to load out your camera or bring a power bank for your mobile. ⠀ ⠀ We spent 1 night and 1.5 days in Tallinn but managed to get 5000 photo’s. This just proves that every corner and side alley in Tallinn is truly picturesque. If you’ve visited this place, I would love to know more about what was your top 3 most recommended spot to visit. Please share it down below.....
In Lithuanian, Užupis means ‘behind the river’ and this is proclaimed in a number of languages on its entrance sign. The Vilnelė is the district’s river, and is home to Lithuania’s only mermaid – she’s not real, don’t worry! But she lives on the embankment, and those who give in to her charms will remain in Užupis forever. - Vilnius-tourism.it
The self-proclaimed “Republic” of Užupis is Vilnius’ Bohemian and artistic district. It has its own anthem, constitution, president, bishop, two churches, the Bernadine Cemetery – one of the oldest in the city -, seven bridges, and its own guardian called The Bronze Angel of Užupis, who was put in the centre of the district in 2002. - Vilnius Tourism.it
Dating back to the 16th century, Užupis is one of Vilnius’ oldest districts and despite its current prestigious status, was formerly the city’s poorest area and home to a number of manual workers and a red light-district.⠀ ⠀ During the Soviet era, the authorities let Užupis go to ruin, and it quickly gained notoriety as the roughest districts in the city. Since Lithuania regained its independence in 1991, artists came and took advantage of the cheap accommodation, and moreover, the city’s art academy is located across the bridge from Bernadinų Gardens. Now its thriving creative community hosts regular fashion festivals, concerts, exhibitions and poetry evenings. - Vilnius Tourism