Things To Do by michaeleball

  1. Things To Do In London

    Carnaby St Bars

    Carnaby street may be best known for its shops, but there are plenty of great pubs and bars on and around this small Soho road as well. Perfect for post shopping drinks or a night out. Best enjoyed from 5pm on a Friday when all the people who work in the area have a few beers and the atmosphere in the pubs is great.
    June 16th 2013
  2. Things To Do In Riga

    Pulkvedis Nightclub - Avoiding Stag Dos

    When I went to Riga, the most important question I asked the hostel was "where can i go for a night out that will not have any stag dos or many English people" their answer: Pulkvedis.

    This is quite simply the best club I have ever been to, the odd thing is, there is nothing in it that makes it that special, it's not huge, has OK music and the drinks are well priced. But the people are all great, so friendly and all, bar staff as well as customers, seemed to want you to be there. It's the kind of club you could go to by yourself, and be guaranteed to not be alone. Still better with a friend or two mind you!

    Website Pulkvedis Website

    August 1st 2013
  3. Things To Do In Tatooine

    Mos Eisley Cantina

    Some have referred to this popular nightspot as a ‘wretched hive of scum and villainy’, and while those warnings may have some basis in truth, the reality is that the cantina is a fun bar to have a drink and listen to some music. You’re also likely to meet travellers, as the Cantina is not far from Mos Eisley spaceport, where there are beings arriving from, and leaving to, the furthest reaches of the Outer Rim. If you plan your visit well, you may even be lucky enough to hear the signature sound of the Cantina’s resident band, Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes.
    August 12th 2013
  4. Things To Do In Sydney

    Manly Ferry

    Although this was not set up as a tourist attraction, it is proving to be one of the best value and most popular that Sydney has to offer. Quite possibly the best way to see the harbour, the Manly ferry departs regularly from Circular Quay and head north.

    A return journey is roughly the cost of a beer and crisps, sorry, chips, and you can get a day pass, for all travel in Sydney, for about $20 (around £13).
    July 23rd 2013

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