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The London Waterbus Company
"Little Venice - London Zoo - Camden Lock Market NO BOOKING REQUIRED - BUY TICKETS ON BOARD Travel along the Regents Canal on board a traditional narrow boat, between vibrant Camden and Little Venice. Departing from Little Venice (Paddington) or from Camden Lock Market travelling through the 249 metre Maida Hill Tunnel, Regents Park, and London Zoo. A one way takes approximately 55 minutes, with return services available too. We also stop inside London Zoo, you can buy a ticket to include your Zoo entry and boat fare, arriving via our dedicated Waterbus gate, with no queuing. No booking required - simply turn up and pay on the boat by credit or debit card (Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, V Pay) - sorry no cash or American Express Boarding is one at a time for safety, passengers may need to queue for the next available service. No bicycles, prams or pets are permitted on board."
#travel  #do  canal  boat  london  uk  england  diigo 
8 weeks ago by doglord
Cruise Reviews, Cruise Deals and Cruises - Cruise Critic
Cruise Critic is the leading cruise reviews site, which hosts the largest cruise community in the world. More than six million people, from first-time cruisers to avid cruise fans, visit Cruise Critic each month to research and plan their cruises, connect with other cruisers and share their passion for cruising. With the aim of helping people to find the right cruise, Cruise Critic features more than 350,000 cruise reviews as well as advice and information from our team of cruise experts on everything from choosing a ship to planning your time in port. The site also offer itinerary and pricing information, deals and money-saving tips. The popular Cruise Critic forums are a place for people to post questions and share insights with other cruisers, and chat with others who share their love of cruising.
#travel  #do  cruise  ship  review  diigo 
8 weeks ago by doglord
Nevada Northern Railway Museum Historic train ride
"The Nevada Northern Railway Museum: A historic passenger railroad featuring train rides pulled by century-old steam engines Also offering hundreds of Hands-On-History events year around for railfans, explorers, historians, and adventurers A registered National Historic Landmark Consisting of the original railway locomotives, rolling stock, track, passenger station, and buildings that served the historic copper mining region of Central Nevada for over a century. All of this is being preserved by a 501(c) non-profit historic museum foundation so you can step back in time and enjoy a piece of American history. Track for the Nevada Northern Railway was laid over a century ago, connecting one of the largest copper mines in North America to the Transcontinental routes to the North. Today, several of the original coal-fired standard-gauge steam locomotives that were ordered and delivered new to the railroad over a century ago are still in operation! The Nevada Northern Railway is the best-preserved example of a standard-gauge short-line left in North America. Come to Ely, NV and immerse yourself in historic railroad experiences:"
#travel  #do  museum  train  nevada  nv  diigo 
8 weeks ago by doglord
Over 50 Travel - Adventure Travel Tours - ElderTreks
A WORLD OF EXOTIC ADVENTURE TRAVEL FOR THE OVER 50 TRAVELER ELDERTREKS is the world's first adventure travel company designed exclusively for people 50 and over. Established in 1987, ElderTreks offers active, off-the-beaten-path, small-group adventures by both land and sea in over 100 countries. ElderTreks offers wildlife and tribal African safaris, active hiking trips to the Rockies, Himalayas and Andes, expeditions by icebreakers to the Arctic and Antarctic and cultural journeys throughout Asia, South America and much of the world. We invite you to browse through our website, request a catalogue or give us a call. A real person will always answer during business hours. We hope you can join ElderTreks on one of our small group adventures for travelers 50 plus.
#travel  travel  agency  50+  #do  diigo 
october 2018 by doglord
Heli Hiking from Banff/Canmore in the Canadian Rockies
"Join one of our guides for one of the best days of hiking you can ever imagine! With little effort you’ll be transported by helicopter up through a mountain valley and then dropped off onto a high alpine meadow where you’ll have fantastic high alpine hiking, unsurpassed mountain views in all directions… and you’ll be the only people around for miles! From the starting point, you’ll have 2 1/2 to 3 hours to hike over open meadows and ridges with your guide. The hiking difficulty ranges from easy to moderate depending the makeup of the group with lots of changes in terrain. You'll have options to walk grassy ridgelines, cross streams, observe herds of bighorn sheep a short ways away and summit one of the easy to reach mountain tops or walk up to an ancient native medicine wheel."
#travel  #do  hike  heli-hike  canada  diigo 
october 2018 by doglord
Steens Mountain Backpacking Guide - Southeastern Oregon — CleverHiker
"As you head toward the southeast corner of Oregon a panorama of raw wilderness stretches across the horizon, beckoning solitude seekers. The Steens Mountain monolith runs nearly 60 miles from northeast to southwest and 18 miles across, with its summit sitting at nearly 9,733 feet. What makes the Steens so special and worthy of the long drive are the massive and mesmerizing U-shaped gorges that run almost a half-mile deep on the western side of the Steens. On the east side, you're treated to views of a near vertical 5,500 foot drop to the expansive Alvord Desert, which offers 30 miles of alkaline playa. The Steens Mountain Loop Road traverses the west side of the range for 52 miles through some of the best scenery in the region. It offers views of Fish Lake, The Kiger Gorge, the Steens Mountain Summit, and offers access to highland trails. Hiking options cover the gamut from high desert washes to subalpine meadows to plush green canyons. In this guide, we’ll help you plan your next unforgettable adventure into one of Oregon’s best kept secrets. "
#travel  #do  backpack  oregon  steens  mountain  diigo 
october 2018 by doglord
Journey through the Clouds Mountain Adventures | Rocky Mountaineer
"Take your journey to new heights with this mountain adventure package that pairs CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures with your Rocky Mountaineer rail experience. With mountains as far as the eye can see, your days will be spent flying to rarely visited high-country terrain."
#travel  #see  #do  canada  train  helicopter  rockies  rocky  mountaineer  banff  jasper  diigo 
october 2018 by doglord
End of the Road: Gear to Make Your Bike Adventure Ready
Looking to spend more time in the saddle and a little less on the pavement? Instead of dropping some cash on a gravel bike, add a few key accessories to your current bike to give it adventure chops.
#do  biking  bike  adventure  accessories 
august 2018 by doglord
Border Route Trail
"The Border Route Trail is a 65-mile long hiking trail that crosses the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) in the far northeast corner of Minnesota (Arrowhead) and follows the international border between Minnesota and Ontario, Canada. It was the first long-distance, wilderness backpacking and hiking trail in Minnesota planned and constructed by volunteers" The Border Route Trail is a rugged wilderness hiking trail that follows ridge-lines and the top of high cliffs wherever feasible. Therefore, hiking the trail offers expansive views across the Boundary Waters Canoe Area in Minnesota and Quetico Provincal Park in Canada. Even though the trail is maintained by crews of volunteers, downed trees and patches of thick brush are common obstacles on the trail. Because of its rugged and primitive nature, it provides solitude and a true wilderness experience but also requires good map and compass skills. Hiking the trail is definitely much different from hiking your local city park.
hike  backpack  trail  mn  minnesota  #do 
may 2018 by doglord
The Best Thru-Hikes You've Never Heard Of | Outside Online
"While overcrowding plagues America's most popular trails, there are still places to find solitude The Appalachian and Pacific Crest trails get all the attention—and the foot traffic—but there are plenty of long walks that aren’t crowded. These five offer the best glimpses into unspoiled wilderness, spanning each region of the country. From hot springs and vistas in the Rockies to less-frequented trails in southern Appalachia, there’s something for every thru-hiker’s skill level."
#do  camp  hike  backpack  thru_hike  outside 
may 2018 by doglord

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