Getting to Scotland’s most remote pub might take a bit of work, but it’s worth the trip for the mountain and water views. The Old Forge, located in the village of Inverie in Scotland’s Knoydart Peninsula requires either an 18-mile hike or a seven-mile ferry ride to get there. Jean-Pierre Robinet, the pub’s current owner spoke out about the unique spot. “It may be one of the only places in Europe where we get views like this of the mountain meeting the sea.” image source: www.theoldforge.co.uk The pub focuses on live music, and encourages people to bring their own instruments to play as well as pick up any that they find laying around in the pub. All of the food that they serve from the pub is sourced from within seven miles. They have an in-house scallop driver who brings in seaf
Hong Kong Disneyland, a theme park that was created on Penny's Bay, Lantau Island. Its the first of its kind to be managed by HK International Theme Parks. The park has a daily capacity of 34000 visitors and attracts approx 5.2 million visitor annually. The Walt Disney Company has released plans to do a $1.4 billion expansion of Hong Kong Disneyland. The intention behind the expansion is attracting a more diverse audience of all ages and commit to keeping Hong Kong Disney a top international tourist destination for years to come. The expansion will include adding Frozen and Marvel-themed lands, as well as building an entertainment venue called Moana’s Village Festival in Adventureland. The Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman Bob Chapek said released a statement about the addition.
The world's most Eco Friendly Hotel :) The world is full of boutique hotels but according to the people behind the Boutique Hotel Awards, one is the best in the world. A hotel called Secret Bay on the island of Dominica in the West Indies was named the top boutique hotel after being evaluating against 400 other properties. The hotel is actually a colony of eco-friendly villas on the remote island. According to Edward Gabbai, the awards director of the Boutique Hotel Awards, this venue was a cut above the rest thanks to its “exquisite rooms and warm-hearted service.” Guests at the island hotel can swim in sea caves, lounge at the pool or on white sand beaches, or even hike through rainforest reserves. The hotels’ two person villas will cost you upwards of $1,000 a night, but when it c
You have to wonder what they were thinking when they decided to build a city of grand marble palaces on top of a lagoon, but we’re so grateful they did. The resulting labyrinth of waterways and secret passageways make Venice one of the most distinctive, atmospheric and romantic destinations in the world. It is a place that all travelers long to visit, and 20 million do so annually. If it’s on your bucket list, plan a trip soon – and you might actually want to bring a bucket, as the city is sinking! Of course, Venice’s charms are best savored slowly, but if you only have a scant few days at your disposal, it’s still well worth going. So what highlights should you prioritize with only three days to spare? Let’s go! 1. Take A Trip Down The Grand Canal While you might be accustomed to te