Javierj

Javierj

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This is a must for every visitor to Melbourne. The minimum amount of time you should allocate to it is one full day. However, if you have more time, you can do it more relaxed and stay overnight at Warrnambool. Two of the most beautiful beaches around can be found here, Torquay and Apollo Bay. Then you'll be impressed by the twelve apostles, which now are less than 12 due to erosion. Take into account that it might get very windy and cold.

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I love this mall. It's a theme one, so each level represents a different country/destination. You can go to Paris, Rome, London (where even the security guards will be dressed as UK Royal Guards), Caribbean, Japan, Turkey, San Francisco with an amazing golden gate bridge. The best part is the Turkish level where you can walk through very well represented bazaars.

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This park is perfect for laying down on the grass watching the sunset going down behind the temples. A nice breeze will cool down what generally are hot days in Bangkok. It's nice to go there after the temples close and you want to rest your feet and see some green in the middle of the concrete jungle.

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It has a very interesting museum but they charge a lot more if you want to visit it apart from the Buddha. It doesn't get too crowded and the location is convenient. Beware of the stairs, there are some flights of stairs that can be difficult for older people, especially during the hot season.

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I have to give a 3 stars rating for this one as now it is basically a construction site (as to May 2017). However, when I've been there last year, it was one of the most beautiful places, you can get there by cab or take a 5 minutes ferry from Nathorn pier. If you don't want to take the ferry back, then getting a cab might be a bit hard. Make sure you go to one of the rooftop bars on the other side of the river to see the sunset just behind Wat Arun.

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