I don’t travel a lot, but I have friends who do and every time they go out of town or go out of the country they made sure they bring in souvenirs for us, well, that’s always the case being Filipinos have this custom to include the whole family in whatever they do, big or small.
In particular I have a friend who works for an international non-governmental organization that allows her to travel to practically all corners of the world, from the remotest and coldest place called Vostok and to places where people barely sleep, New York – collecting data that is relevant for their research and in all these trips, she never come home empty handed, she would always have something for us.
She used to collect mugs from all over, but eventually got tired and dropped the idea – it’s bulky and she’d often fix broken ones at home. Her latest craze were these patriotic travel souvenirs, she collects anything that bears the country’s flag colors on it. Her latest was this eyeglasses frame that resembles a New Caledonian flag, it was pretty – wish I could go to that place too.
She’s wallowing in snow right now with her family in Ohio, for sure she’ll be back with souvenirs having American flags on it, I wish it would be dozens of ref magnets this time, I’ve been dying to have aplenty, I’m coming up with a project that needs all these and I want authentic ones.
Meantime, if you’re also into this souvenir collection thing, you can visit www.allstarflags.com for more of great one-of-a-kind memento.
Finding a hotel near Liverpool St in London is not a task that should present any major problems. Liverpool St is one of the most central areas in the capital and therefore there are many hotels of all kinds to be found there.
Whether one is looking for an ultra luxurious hotel, a small B&B or something in between, it is almost certain you will be able to find this hotel near Liverpool St. The internet and the yellow pages are the best options for finding a hotel near Liverpool St, once one has considered one’s budgets and requirements.
Liverpool Angelican Cathedral, one of the greatest buildings of the twentieth century
Obviously families travelling with children will have different requirements than business travellers or young couples. But no matter what the demographic of visitor, all will appreciate Liverpool St’s proximity to transport links.
Liverpool St Station is one of the busiest in the capital and has its own tube station to boot. It is also within a stone’s throw of St Pancras station which is the terminal for the Euro Star which serves France and Belgium.
A good map and a sense of where exactly Liverpool St is in relation to the rest of the city is also advisable before trying to find a hotel near Liverpool St. But once one has found a hotel, it will be nice to know that all of London’s many tourist attractions are accessible because the transport links are so good.
Whether one is going to the British Museum or the Imperial War Museum, simply hopping on the tube or catching one of the many buses will have you there in no time. The London Eye, the Thames and many of London’s art galleries are also accessible from this convenient area of London. Good luck!
[Image by Wikipedia.org]
I stumbled on this infographic while looking for vacation resource to Europe, I understand it’s quiet expensive to go on vacation anywhere in Europe especially when you’re earning in Philippine peso, but if you know how and where to find the right place and the right time to go, I think you can save up well and still enjoy your European tour, take a look at this graphic …. Hmmmm, I think I’ll splurge more on food in Espana, what do you think? Comin’ with me?
“Provided by ThomasCook“