Travelinter is for the interaction among backpackers and travelers. Users of Travelinter can share any sort of information by posting questions, answers, stories, photos, travel tips, travel advice, recommendations, informational links, etc...... You wouldn't need to go around to find travel information anymore. Sometimes a piece of information makes a big difference! Here is a 3-step mountain drawing lesson. If you are traveling somewhere in the beautiful Austrian Alps why don't you try this lesson. Who knows you may produce a fantastic art piece sooner or later. The mountain drawings always look quite complicate but this lesson will tell you that it can be simple. Malaga Station to Malaga Old Town(don't try to walk) Most of the accommodations are in the old town and yours would probably there as well. Don't try to walk from Malaga Station to the old town. It may take take 20~30 minutes or so on foot. Budget backpackers wouldn't take the 30-min walk a much challenging job but the old town is located on a quite uphill! You may be exhKew Gardens, officially known as the Royal Botanic Gardens in West London is one of the world's most important botanical gardens. The 132ha (326 acres) large domain boasts a collection of about fifty thousand different plant species as well as many impressive buildings such as the Palm House and the ten-story Pagoda. The history of the botanical garden goes back to 1759,Switzerland is the land of skiing, chocolate and very private banking. But there is so much more to experience in the land of neutrality. Interlaken gets its highly creative name from sitting on the split of land between two lakes. If you are looking for a little extreme sporting, this is the very place. You can backpack, horseback ride, parasail and so on. To really tTirta Gangga Water Palace is located in the Abang district in Ababi village. The water palace was built in 1948 and has a number of large pond areas with lots of various Hindu statues. The name Tirta Gangga means 'water from the Ganges' which is the large river in India which the Hindu worshipers use for cleansing their bodies. The place is 83 km from Denpasar. TravelerMap of active Airbnb rentals in New York. The color indicates the rental option, the entire place, private room and shared room. The total number of the rental is about 34,000 in this area only. This is why Airbnb’s investment Value is as Much as Hilton and Hyatt COMBINED. And furthermore, funny thing is that those who work for the City of New York are beginning to recogFrisian Maritime Museum in Friesland tells the history of Frisian shipping from the 17th till 20th century, the history of the frieze shipping, lakes, ice skating on the frozen ice, skûtsjes sailing and Frisian men and women whom have won gold medals at the Olympics. Netherlands isn’t on many people’s travel radar but Friesland, tucked up in the northern Netherlands, feelCalifornia Science Center does provide both local and overseas visitors a close-up look on the master piece of technology. Truly worth going before they put it in upright. You can pretend you've made it to space in some of the simulators or just stand in awe looking at the actual Space Shuttle Endeavour, and Apollo, Gemini, and Mercury capsules, as well as models of variouRoosevelt Island Aerial Tram For the price of a subway train ticket you can get some of the best views of the city. It's a short ride, but the views of Manhattan are great. It's a regular fare on your Metro Card - no special tickets needed! This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to see the East River and the surrounds of Roosevelt Island. Quick ride and pretty views Many people take Santiago de Compostela as alonely walking path but It's a scenic route wending its way through vineyards, farms, orchards of apples and pears, herbs and vegetable gardens and a varying landscape marked with with villas and quaint villages set high in the mountains. El Duomo(in Milan) is one of the most spectacular sights in Europe and is the world’s third largest church. It is the centre piece of Milan and the piazza (square) in front only adds to the grandeur. This huge cathedral is full of spires as if trying to puncture the sky, 135 of them to be exact! The 14th century cathedral took over 500years to complete. Brunelleschi's DoRoyal Park Road, Leeds Looking west along the street; the dome of the Makkah Masjid Mosque is visible in the distance. Copyright Paul HarropJapanese manners and etiquette you should learn before you go to travel. The below examples are really widely accepted in Japan. Don't make any mistake when you in Japan. How to get to Newport Beach from LA Los Angeles to Newport Beach (50 miles) - Take the 5 or 405 freeways south to the 55 freeway south towards Newport Beach. Take the 55 freeway all the way down until the freeway ends. Keep going straight ahead on Balboa Blvd. and you’ll reach Balboa Peninsula. Or watch for the signs that lead to Pacific Coast Highway and that will take The Museum of the American Gangster This museum is a well hidden secret and has not had enough publicity in the mind of NewYorkers either. The real highlight of the museum/tour is the historical significance of the building. You will see both the bar and theater below the museum previously and had no idea there was such a dark history. The tour will take you through theKilchurn Castle in Scotland Standing at the head of Loch Awe on what is today a low, rocky mound, but which, in medieval times, was an island, Kilchurn Castle was built, probably, around 1440 by Margaret, wife of Sir Colin Campbell, first Laird of Glenurquhay. Her husband was away at the time - he was a much travelled man, visiting Rome three times and made Knight of RhodDid you know the facts about The Arc de Triomphe in Paris? -It is one of the only roundabouts in the world where vehicles coming onto the roundabout have priority over vehicles already on it? -Beneath the arch lies the flame and tomb of the Unknown soldier. Every November 11th, a ceremony is held on the day of the armistice ending WW1, signed in 1918. -It was the larges