Medina in Fes is absolutely stunning not only because it's the biggest old town in the Arabic world. In there you can find an incredibly big market where you could get everything, numerous tanneries and an awful lot of impressions. Here's how I saw Medina in Fes: www.fm1721.com/experience/africa/morocco/
Plan at least one whole day for discovering Medina! Also choose your tannery viewing carefully as there are lots of crooks in Medina.
Medina, Fes, Morocco
Newquay is more than a paradise for surfers, it's place of stunning seaside with impressive rocks. Newquay can also be final destination of a roadtrip through SW-England. Starting in London this route could lead to Weymouth - Lyme Regis - Beer - Torquay - Plymouth - Fowey - St. Austell - Newquay. This roadtrip takes at least three days and is worth every single second.
A few impression of my route through Dorset, Devon and Cornwall can be found on www.fm1721.com/pictures/uk/cornwall-devon-dorset/
The White Cliffs in Dover are impressive! It's an easy walk of half an hour from the town centre up to the cliffs. There are loads of trails up there leading all along the coast. It's stunning standing on the white chalk cliffs looking down to the blue water breaking on the black, brown and white rocks. It's more than worth spending at least one whole day there.
Mdina, the old capital of Malta, is located on a hill in the centre of the island. The city is confined within its walls - several points on the walls offer stunning views down to the lowlands. The city centre itself is built of impressive medieval buildings that are still in a very good condition. Find my photos of Mdina and other places on Malta on www.fm1721.com/experience/malta for getting a general impression.
Google map: tinyurl.com/3y44hml
Riga is an ideal place for experiencing various types of international architecture, among them historic buildings from the Hanseatic League, prestigious Soviet edifices and some of the most splendid Art Nouveau buildings in the world. See what I mean on www.fm1721.com/experience/riga
There's an underground and a quite good bus network in Glasgow, but take a walk if you want to get the best impression of the city. It takes about an hour to walk from the Science Centre (outer west end) to Glasgow Cathedral (east end). See a few of my pictures here.
Tate Liverpool is, like both Tates in London, a must-see! Housed in the historic Albert Docks the location itself is worth visiting. Also the artworks are exciting, and surprising!
A cosy small guesthouse in the city centre of Bergen, near a small park. They offer nice rooms equipped with coffee and tea making facilities with shared bathroom/toilet for a reasonable price. I can recommend this guesthouse for a weekend break in Bergen.
Klosterhaugen 15, 5005 Bergen
Google map: tinyurl.com/yjjkzug
There's probably no better place in KL to eat out than in Chinatown. Visiting KL you have to avoid the tourist restaurants and eat on the streets in on of the numerous "street restaurants".
Also, just walk around the city and you'll find impressive places (more impressions on www.fm1721.com/experience/asia/kuala-lumpur/ )
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