8 Jun 2018 10:43
Never been to Georgia but eat Georgian food whenever I can as it's fucking ace.
10 Jun 2018 14:08
Get some Japanese food in Dusseldorf, got a huge Japanese population and loads of good restaurants (for example Takumi)
10 Jun 2018 17:12
Cheers diederik - I've got Kikaku and Na Ni Way on the list.
I'm struggling to find good guides/lists for spots to check out. I'm sceptical as they're all quite old or seem to just be recommending the obvious spots. For instance, do I really need to go for a beer in Altstadt? Seems that's where every Joe Bloggs is going to be heading.
12 Jun 2018 18:36
Sorry probably been asked loads of times but, going Barcelona for stag do and we are struggling on where to go for evening bar / club.
21 Jun 2018 18:31
least chavy part of portugal?
posted 21 Jun 2018 18:55, edited 21 Jun 2018 18:55
Loads to Portugal outside of the algarve. Just round the corner on the south west coast in the Alentejo national park/Vila nova de milfontes feels remote and relaxed. Lisbon is great, then head up the coast from there, Cascais, Ericeria and further north towards Porto there's some really nice unspoilt areas along the silver coast around Aveiro
21 Jun 2018 21:34
+1 for Cascais and Lisbon
21 Jun 2018 21:56
Heading there this summer as well.
Will be travelling around from Lisbon up north on the coast and then all the way down in the middle of the country, then again on the coast up to Lisbon. Any recommendation is more than welcome!
Staying three weeks in total so interest in both beaches and things to see\do
22 Jun 2018 17:00
Farol hotel in cascais is great too. Been a few times.
posted 23 Jun 2018 08:45, edited 23 Jun 2018 08:45
Going to Bologna (2 days), Modena (2 days) and Ravenna (3 days) in September. Any recommendations for places to eat and in particular places to see in those areas? Already have Osteria Francescana and Hosteria Giusti booked for Modena.
Also can anyone (maybe Anto) shed any light on as to why September is a popular month to visit Bologna? I really struggled to book accommodation in the city centre area that wasn't £300+ a night.
23 Jun 2018 09:58
going dublin next week with some friends. anyone got recommendations things to do and decent pubs/bars? struggling to find much other than the obvious guinness factory/temble bar stuff
23 Jun 2018 12:47
I love a carbonite woman in the wall.
(Hotel is actually great)
27 Jun 2018 15:39
Anyone any experience in New England? Fly into Providence for 6 nights in October, thinking 3 nights in Boston, 2 in New Hampshire White Mountains and final night in Portland, Maine.
Anyone able to comment?