Lives in Victoria, Canada
Since Aug 2010
50-64 year old male
My brother Gerry (who looks just like me) was lost on King William Street at or very close to the Villa Finale in San Antonio. We are doing our best to locate him. Anyone on Trip Advisor willing to help us locate him would be appreciated. He was lost Saturday, Feb 6th between 11:00 am and 3:30 pm.
Ancient Ruins, Scenic Walking Areas
Ghost & Vampire Tours, Walking Tours, Night Tours
Churches & Cathedrals, Architectural Buildings
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
Speciality Museums, History Museums
Speciality Museums, Game & Entertainment Centres
Historic Sites, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, History Museums
History Museums, Military Museums
Sacred & Religious Sites, Architectural Buildings, Ancient Ruins
Beautifully furnished, staircase is stunning, lots of historic little items never seen before and not too busy.
Really impressed with the food quality and service. A bit quieter than the loud teenage hangouts by the canal. Prices were very reasonable.
You have to do the wall walk just because it's fun to do. Great views.
Fantastic location, easy walking distance to town centre and all the attractions. Lovely little home with all the amenities you need. Lots of grocery shopping within 5-10 minute walk.
Oh what fun, watching all your food and drinks slide off the table. Feels a bit like being in an Alice in Wonderland house. Go buy "Cain" a drink at the bar. He's always there. Lots of good ghost tales here too.
So silly but good fun. A nice little night out. The crowd can get pretty big so try to stay near the guide. Ask him lots of questions though.
So impressive but ensure you check out the crypt and do the tour with a guide. So much to learn. Pay what you have to in order to see everything. It's worth the money. Dress up as a bishop, it's all good fun.
Nothing like a great indoor village. Very well done, don't miss the little back passage where you see the candlemaker shop. Put on the chain mail (wow it's heavy) and the helmut. Pick up a sword and ask lots of questions.
Alas I think they were forced to shut this down. It may be relocated to the train museum but it was wonderful. Hope it's still there and if you get a chance you get lovely views form up top.
Some amazing history here and great ghost stories. If you have to miss something you could skip this but we enjoyed it. Maybe skip the food, got some bad food poisoning here.
Fun little shops and a great little place to walk. Not to be missed of course.
Okay I was a bit disappointed. Not enough staff to give you all the history. You can't get inside most of the trains and the viewing platforms are too low for anyone short to see in clearly. It could be a lot better.
Bit of fun and a good way to see the history of the city. Besides, where else can you see petrified poo?
It's where you arrive but a warning. If you plan to store you bags here they baggage storage seems to be open when they feel like it (which they didn't when we were there). Very easy to find your way around in.
A nice spot to take a rest and enjoy a little sunshine. Don't miss the Judi Dench walk along the river.
Interactive and fun, why not get the silly souvenir photo. You learn a bit of history while you're at it. It's very touristy but enjoy it. A few gruesome bits for the young ones though.
Don't expect much other than a view and some good exercise. The view is worth it though.
Not a lot of people seem to go into this museum but it's a great place for the kids. Lots of fun facts are posted about and you can do brass rubbings here.
This is part of my guide because we walked through this entrance every day and it gives good access to the wall walk as well.
You need a car but what an amazing place. It's a Italian P.O.W. camp. It's not difficult to get to and only about 30 minutes from York. We stayed an entire day and didn't see everything. So much there to see and the food was great!
Yes you need to rent a car. Is it worth it? YES...most definitely. Climb the 99 steps to the top, tour the Abbey, walk the grounds, walk the grounds some more. Loved this place and you can return the same day so go early then return just before closing for some alone time. You can see why Dracula liked it here.
What's not to love about Whitby?. Best fish and chips, best boat trip (on the Captain Cook replica boat), lovely walk. It's about 1.5 hours drive.