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Citroen C4 picasso EGS6 diesel review

November 11th, 2012 · No Comments

In November 2012 me and my wife were on our honeymoon in France. We visited south France and rented a Citroen c4 Picasso, a Diesel EGS6 (electronic auto gearbox). We drove about 1000 km on it, throughout a week. We had one rainy day but the rest were sunny. We drove in town and outside […]

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Hotels and visiting Manhattan NYC

March 7th, 2010 · 1 Comment

In one of my previous posts I’ve wrote about the high prices of hotels in Manhattan. There are mostly two options, one is staying in a good hotel with good reviews and references, average star rate (but yet clean and with a private bathroom). But, this can cost you big bucks, sometimes even more than […]

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Jordan including Petra – impressions and tips for traveler

June 7th, 2009 · 2 Comments

In this article I’ll write about my trip to Jordan, give some tips and suggestions and my overall impressions. I’ve been there as a backpack, with 2 more friends, on a budget trip, for 4 days – Sun to Wed on the 31.5 to 3.6.2009. If you need further help, feel free to contact me […]

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Sony MDR-NC40 Noise Canceling Headphone – not just for the frequent flyer

February 1st, 2009 · 1 Comment

Airplane noise can seemingly be tolerable, but loudness can vary between 85 and 115 decibels  at take off. Which can lead to  ringing and maybe hearing damage if done on regular basis (frequent fliers for ex) . The SONY Noise Canceling headphones are recommended for any air traveler, and especially for those who take trans-Atlantic […]

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Tags: Musical Instruments · Tourism

Carter Hotel review – Manhattan, New York

November 12th, 2008 · No Comments

This budget hotel is located in the mid west side of Manhattan (on 250 West 43rd Street), A minute walk from times square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. I needed to find a hotel for a few days in Manhattan. In my previous visits to Manhattan I stayed at two budget hotels: The West […]

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