In many tourist cities, more and more apartment owners choose to transform their properties into such spaces so travelers can enjoy the comfort of a welcoming home adapted to suit their simplified needs. Those kind of accommodations are much welcomed by some travelers compared with living in hotel. How to design such place and more it comfortable for travelers are the keys. Here we will present you a successful case of an apartment in Budapest where has become a popular tourist destination in the past years.
If you are die-hard fans of “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit”, you probably have heard and seen the hobbiton movie set, a small agricultural town in the Waikato region of New Zealand. Since filming, it was turned into a spectacular permanent attraction that’s complete with 44 unique Hobbit holes, a double arched bridge, and The Green Dragon Inn and Bar. The whole tour starts with a picturesque 1,250-acre sheep farm and pass through the 12-acre site that’s home to Hobbiton. You can even dine at the specially-recreated Green Dragon Bar on traditional Hobbit fare and craft beer. Sounds pretty amazing right? Even you are not that crazy about the movie, considering how gorgeous below photos look, it is still a great place to visit.
This magical oasis of foxiness is called Zao Fox Village, and it’s located in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture where 100 animals and 6 different types of foxes romp and play together. For 100 yen (or about 85 US cents), visitors are provided with food, but because the foxes are not domesticated, they are cautioned against hand-feeding them or bringing small children.
Foxes are popular creatures in Japanese folktales and lore, and many of us may be interested in the history and culture behind these foxes. However, the main reason to visit Fox Village is that they are just so darn cute. What do you think about this village? It might be good place for visitor, but for foxes, I am kindly feeling sorry.
Schleicherlaufen is held every five years in Telfs. Fathers, sons and brothers – only man are allowed to take part in the actual Fasnacht – are they constructing the displays for the various floats, making or repairing costumes or rehearsing, for in Telfs everything has to be recited by heart. The women sew, clean, darn and polish. Practically all of the town’s 10.000 inhabitants are involved in some way. Below are some photos from the festival in the western Austrian town of Telfs February 1, 2015. Pretty wild, right?
FYI: Photo by Dominic Ebenbichler/Reuters