adventure , hotel , lifestyle , luxury , travel , treehouse , uk , yorkshire
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As children we spent endless hours trying to build the perfect treehouse before spending further endless hours playing in it, didn’t we? Well there’s a chance to revisit your childhood with an added touch of luxury as Wolds Edge Holidays Lodges have created some turly special tree house lodges – that you can holiday in!
From first impressions the treehouses don’t look to be anything more than lodges that are peeping through the treetops with unbeatable views of the sourdining forrest areas. But once you get closer, and then inside, it really is a different story.
Sitting on the balacony of the treehouses are private hot tubs, finished off with mood and candle lighting so you can enjoy the bubbles well into the night.
Inside the treehouse, you’ll find…
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about me, celiac disease, diabetes, gluten free, gondola ride, las vegas, love, relationship trip, relationships, type one diabetic, vacation
Good Morning Beautiful Humans. I hope you’re having a wonderful morning so far.
I recently went on a trip to Las Vegas. My first time there with my boyfriend. It was a rocky start, but it ended in the most positive way possible. We woke up dark and dreary at 2:30 AM! The beginning of the trip held a few snags, a few tears, and an anxiety attack on the airplane. Once we landed it, everything that happened in the air was forgotten. I grabbed my lover’s hand and we moved forward as one.
We stayed at the Paris Hotel, sharing a room with his parents. I was very anxious and nervous about this vacation. I wasn’t sure how it was going to go or what exactly was going to happen. I was pleasantly surprised that I had an amazing time with my love. The first day we had…
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candlewood mountain, connecticut, gaylordsville, housatonic range trail, new milford, pine knob, sherman, suicide ledges, the corkscrew, tory cave
One of the earliest trails Fielden Stream and I hiked when we were really beginning to get into regular hiking was a 1.3 mile section of the Housatonic Range trail in Connecticut. The total trail is 5.9 miles long and traces an old Native American footpath along the ridgelines south of those the Appalachian Trail follows as it enters Connecticut in Sherman. That day we did a total 2.6 miles out-and-back, to cover the southern end, where Route 37 splits the trail.
Those mountains, Pine Knob and Candlewood mountain have some beautiful walks through evergreen forests, as well as twisting, piled boulders to scramble through and over, if you’d like to. (There’s a few views to the ridges to the east from Pine Knob, but the summit of Candlewood is wooded). Luckily, the rest of the trail had beautiful forests and…
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gunsan, history, korea, travel
I think that all the bus stations are never peaceful. Even at 7 am on Monday sleepy travellers are hurrying to their buses or are looking for a bit of rest on one of the seats in the main hall.
We were ones of them. With tickets in our hands, we walked bravely towards our bus. In about 2,5hours we will start our day in Gunsan.
Gunsan is a port town. At the end of the 19th century it started to serve as the main port to transport rice to Japan, and during the Japanese occupation, it was mainly inhabited by Japanese. That is the reason, why till this day there are many buildings in typical for that time Japanese architecture.
We reached our destination at a perfect time for morning coffee. Even before coming here we saw on Instagram a lot of fantastic cafes, but our legs…
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belem , belem tower , jeronimos monastery , lisbon , national coach museum , padrao do descobrimentos , ponte 25 de abril , portugal , travel
About thirty minutes by tram to the west of central Lisbon is Belém, a lovely locale we based part of a day around during our trip back in October. Belém is not for the faint of heart if you are unnerved by crowds. In the morning, cruise ships disembark and a never-ending line of tour busses congregate outside of its most popular sites. For our first stop, we avoided the crowds and visited the National Coach Museum. The collection of historical carriages here was amazing, and seeing so many in one place let us see the progression of “technology”, if you can call it that. I never really thought of carriages before, but loved the unique focus of this museum.
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