|October 6, 2011||Posted by Bedroom Checker under Destination Guides|
In Poland, Eastern Europe used to be dirt cheap back in the good old days of the Cold War. Now that peace has broken out, costs are on the up.Poland, though, is still at the inexpensive end. A daily budget of US$30 will get you comfortably roam around the country.
Poland is a nation that’s been run over so many times by invading forces that has become bulletproof. Now this EU member is on the rise, so get in quick before the prices go up for good.
Vienna, Austria is conveniently located on the rail lines betweenVenice,Budapest, andPrague, the crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe. The most interesting things to do when travelling to Vienna is the giant of classical music Strauss, Schubert, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Schonberg and Mahler all at some stage lived or made music in Vienna and their legacy is celebrated in the city with an annual performance season lasting from September to June plus an additional nine festivals per year, special events and one off performances. For lovers of classical music, what could be finner than experiencing a world class recital by the Vienna Philharmonic in the stately Wiener Konzerthaus in the city where it all began.
Lombok, Indonesia – One affordable to visit is the Desert Point, Ankle deep water and razor shart waves baven’t deterred thousands of surfers from flocking, mainly be boat, to this remote desert outport. The wave is one of the most spectacular in all the Indonesian archipelago. Hollow caverns scream across a barely covered reef, engulfing surgers. The skilled and the lucky are spat out after the wave terminates in deep water. As the tide turns, the only waves in the opposite direction, turning an already dangerous proposition into a frantic scramble. A missed wave could see you sucked several kilometres up the beach, forcing a hobbled walk back across craggy reefs.