We went downstairs to have coffee in the local pastry shop and the moment we took a seat the waiter asked “duas meias de leite?“. That sentence, translating into “two lattes?” made us feel at home. We were officially locals, we belonged. Having a nomadic lifestyle makes it very difficult … more »
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Traditional Livelihoods Bike Tour in Battambang
When you visit a country where life is so different than from where you come from and you’re curious to find out more about the local ways but don’t speak the language, it’s probably a good idea to join a tour and let a local person guide you. I’m not … more »
The Littlest Guesthouse: biggest hospitality in Bangkok
Thailand is popularly known as “The Land of Smiles” and when you check-in at The Littlest Guesthouse in Bangkok you can immediately understand why. Although it was well after dark when we arrived, we were received into a friendly homely atmosphere by the lively Phụ̂ng. The Littlest Guesthouse is a … more »
Pleasant Inn: a motel with a view
Pleasant Inn is one step up from most motels. In fact, it’s more like a B&B, with the difference that breakfast is actually not served. It’s located right in the middle of it all in Morro Bay, less than 5 minutes walking to the water front, where you can enjoy … more »
Shafer Baillie Mansion: Luxury B&B experience in Seattle
Shafer Baillie Mansion is a grand Bed & Breakfast in one of the most beautiful up-scale neighborhoods of Seattle. Capitol Hill is home to incredibly noble properties connected by quaint roads decorated with lined-up trees and flowers. In the middle of such manicured beauty, Shafer Baillie Mansion still manages to … more »
The Groveland Hotel at Yosemite National Park
If you ever wondered what it would feel like to live inside a doll’s house, staying at The Groveland Hotel might be your best chance at experiencing that! Not only this entire hotel is set in an historic property (dating back to 1849) the interiors are decorated with detail, care and … more »
Travelers Rest Lodge: gateway to Glacier National Park
Travelers Rest Lodge, in East Glacier, is a great place to stay at while visiting Glacier National Park in Montana. This is a fairly off the beaten path part of the USA, and only those who truly wish to explore the wonders of nature contained inside this park, which belongs … more »
Heart Six Ranch: the cowboy life-style in Wyoming!
This is the kind of place I would love to go back to one day when we have kids. Heart Six is a beautiful collection of wooden cabins inside the ranch, in the most privileged of locations in Wyoming. The view of the surrounding snow-capped mountains you get … more »
Exploring San Francisco’s Hostels with Hostelbookers: USA Hostels
As our tour of San Francisco’s best hostels continued with Hostelbookers.com, we went on to experience USA Hostels. We had stayed at USA Hostels Hollywood before, so we knew good things were coming our way. As we entered USA Hostels, a sticker reading “Hostelbookers loves it here. So will you!” … more »
Exploring San Francisco’s Hostels with Hostelbookers: HI Hostel Downtown
During our days in the Bay Area’s king city, San Francisco, we were lucky enough to team up with Hostelbookers.com to explore the local hostels’ scene. Every since we started traveling, we’ve been using Hostelbookers.com as a reliable source of not only hostels, but other budget properties around the world. … more »