Кому бесплатную туристическую симкарту? Подробности ниже.
Summer is coming, какие планы на лето? Планируете покорить мир? Сейчас будет немного нужной информации о связи во время путешествий ☀️ Недавно я узнала о симкарте ГудЛайн @goodline_travel и для себя решила, что это самый выгодный способ связываться с родными. Из плюсов:
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ПЛЮСОМ, что меня удивило, возможность сохранить свой российский номер 🧐🙊 Чтобы вас не потеряли!
▫️Пополнение баланса в любой точке мира на официальном сайте, возможность оплаты в терминале и банковской картой.
Для всех, кто заинтересовался: ДО
31 мая ВКЛЮЧИТЕЛЬНО вы можете получить симкарту FREE OF CHARGE 😏 можно оставив заявку на сайте goodline.ru
Нужно с вами чаще делится полезной информацией, напишите, пожалуйста, кто дочитал до конца, интересны ли вам такие посты? 🐥
Does anyone else love a good baseball game?! If so, and you’re in Atlanta, you need catch a Braves game in their new stadium. It’s a ball game and party on one, and a stunning stadium! Helpful hint: go into the stadium early. You get the place to yourself! Oh!! Annnnnnd there’s a Waffle House in the stadium!!
To all the people who think Bali’s „too touristy“: You’ve obviously been to the wrong places. (talking about you Ubud, Kuta, Seminyak & co.) 😝 As we live here and Paulina’s a half local we’ll show you some of our favourite spots which you may not know. Tenganan Dauh Tukad - one of Bali’s ancient villages . For us one of the most interesting and beautiful places we’ve ever been to. Through isolation and strict social rules (e.g. residents can only marry people from the village) the village could keep its special pre-hinduistic rituals and crafts through the centuries. Here you’ll find the famous geringsing, a special weaving technique (double ikat) and a well kept secret, which you only find in 3 villages in the world. The making can take a few years. The symbolic motives are a few centuries old and are said to be healing. Also the social system here is pretty interesting. As we mentioned before, it’s not allowed to marry someone from outside the village. The whole land belongs to the community and each family gets a certain amount of it. Equal rights between man and woman is said to be there for centuries. Besides the interesting history we just love the positive atmosphere of the village. We are lucky to have a friend in the village who showed us around and told us about the culture. If you go there, do the coffee & tea tasting. Ask for the tasting with a view and this is what you get to see. Oh, Bali! ❤️ #wakeupsomewhere#tenganan#bali
I love that he’s as weird as I am! 🤓
My husband and I don’t live in the same city. So whenever we do get a chance to see each other, we try to make the most of every moment together! This one is from when we met up in Seattle! 💕🌎🚀🌠
• STATUE OF LIBERTY, New York •
Almost gliding through hundreds of people on the dock, I somehow managed to click this beauty from the cruise on my way to the Liberty Island. It was a sunny Tuesday morning and I had never imagined that there would be so many visitors to this place on a tourist off-season and working day. This clearly explains the world-class charm that this monument still maintains!
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, USA. The copper statue is a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States, as a token of independence. The statue was dedicated on October 28, 1886.
It depicts a figure of a robed woman representing Libertas, a Roman liberty goddess. She holds a torch above her head with her right hand, and in her left hand carries a tabula ansata inscribed in Roman numerals with "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI" (July 4, 1776), the date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. A broken chain lies at her feet. This statue became an icon of freedom and was a welcoming sight to immigrants arriving from abroad.
This monument is marked as -
• UNESCO World Heritage Site
• U.S. National Monument
• U.S. National Register of Historic Places
• New Jersey Register of Historic Places
• New York City Landmark
• Visiting Hours - 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
• Ferry Charges to reach the island - $18.50 per adult
• Sailing time - 15 mins to each island, with a total travel time of 1.5 hours approx (if you opt for ride only and don’t get down the boat in the islands).
• Be prepared for the following waiting times - 45 mins to 1 hour minimum (ticketing queue), 1 to 1.5 hours minimum (ferry boarding queue).
• Avoid trips on a cloudy day, else you won’t get to witness the beautiful skyline view of Manhattan from the island.
• Sunny days can be really hot and tiring, considering the super-long queues. So, DON’T forget your umbrellas and sunscreens.
• Security checks are really strict, almost on the lines of international airports. So, try to carry minimal baggage to the island.
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