diddler

diddler

From the Site_iconWorldNomads.com network
  • 0 rating

    If you love wales UK why

    I lived in South Wales for over 10 years. It has some of the best coastline and beaches anywhere, great access to sporting facilities, good local scene, beer, pubs etc. Politics are generally left, weather is mild with pretty good summers. What's not to like, apart from a certain lack of jobs (which is why me and most of my mates left), and rugby boys on the lash? over 4 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Which are recommended child friendly resorts in Mauritius?

    Mauritius is generally very child friendly although the south coast drops off too quickly for anyone to handle, let alone kids. Any of the hotels around Grande Baie or Grande Gaube would be good. Plenty of beach and shallow, clear, warm water. I suppose you would want to avoid the Club Med, but otherwise I don't see that you could go far wrong in those areas. over 4 years ago

  • +1 rating

    What are the top places for scotch and haggis and sights to see in Glasgow?

    Pot Still on Hope street is correct but any decent pub in Glasgow will have decent whisky, as any decent non-specialist restaurant will have decent haggis. For both, and decent beer, decent service, and a proper scottish pub try the Babbity Bowster. The Cafe Gandolfi is a Glasgow institution you'll get some classy haggis in there, plus the whisky, and a lot more besides. Go to The Corinthian and The Counting House for city centre pubs with great interiors, The Art School and the Hunterston Museum for Rennie Macintosh. Walk the Merchant City, Princes Square, Ashton Lane, have a pint in Jinty McGintys, do a play and a pint at lunchtime in Oran Mor. The Horseshoe bar if you want a proper old school Glasgow pub. almost 5 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Looking for the cheapest way to get from Paris to London, travel time is not a factor.

    There are a number of bus services that are very cheap, relative to the other ways. Try Megabus, or Magic Bus. about 5 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Where is the best place to stay in Glasgow?

    Depends on your budget but the Mal Maison is very cool. The best in their chain in my opinion. Each room is designed differently - it's not too big, has a ovely basement bar and restaurant, centre easily walkable. Not too expensive either, but not the cheapest. Check it out. There are others but only consider them if, for some reason, this doesn't fit the bill. about 5 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Does anyone know if we can leave a suitcase for 10 days at Gare Montparnasse in Paris?

    As long as it's full of money, I can arrange to meet you there. about 5 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Accommodation July 2013

    It depends where you are planning to go but many of the smaller towns have their big sporting and social events over the summer and you could easily get unlucky and find nothing doing for miles around, or only expensive options, if you don't book earlier. Same goes for popular destinations like Fort William and Glencoe. over 5 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Any reviews on a guided day tour from paris to mont-st-Michel?

    Its a journey of about 225 miles which is going to take at least 4 hours each way, so you won't get much of a day trip. If you want to enjoy Mont St Michel, which is well worth visiting from a Paris base I'd recommend an overnight stay. over 5 years ago