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A Travel Blog by kremser
... where the apostle Saint James the Great is said to be laid to rest. It has been one of the most important Christian pilgrimages since medieval times and it has existed for over 1000 years. There is not a single route - the Way can be one of any number ...
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A Travel Blog entry by londoncalling93 from Rouen, Normandy, France
... 20 feet wide and the fine houses and gardens. They would have also been impressed by the smell. During medieval times there was no organized infrastructure, no sewer system, no refuse management plan, no indoor plumbing, no guidelines about ...
A Travel Blog entry by jdboy from Buena Park, California, United States
... the hotel, not to mention baking hot. By this time it was late afternoon and we had dinner and a tournament booked at Medieval Times which was pretty much next door to our hotel. Medieval Times is a family dinner theatre which features staged ...
A Travel Blog entry by kim.samra from Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Bavaria, Germany
... we walked over to the town square again to do a popular nighttime tour of the city with the Night Watchman. Back in medieval times the night watchmen were very important (albeit a lowly profession), looking out for intruders or troublemakers, and keeping ...
A Travel Blog entry by lindeelee from Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
... walk which takes place at 7pm. They wander through the citî down into the town centre of Carcassonne, many in costume from medieval times and carrying a lighted torch....can't wait for that but first off to explore the citî. Its made all the ...
A Travel Blog entry by valaryr from Tallinn, Estonia
... it's a bit too cold for paradise I suppose, but Tallinn is totally amazing. This city is a perfect mix of what Epcot and Medieval Times are striving to achieve with their attractions in the US. It was also much easier for us to navigate than Russia, ...
A Travel Blog entry by vanessaandjeff from Anaheim, California, United States
... soup with garlic bread, chicken and potato and corn. We weren't given any cutlery and ate with our hands just like in medieval times. We watched some jousting where our knight was eliminated. The two hours flew by, and before we knew we were ushered out ...
A Travel Blog entry by vipro from Toledo, Spain
DAY 5: Toledo & Madrid A Day of ancient history and back to Medieval Times!! The sleep was ok even with the endless chanting from the old elevator outside the room. Breakfast was a lot richer than the French Bread this time! Overnight supermarket ...
A Travel Blog entry by phatchief666 from Orlando, Florida, United States
... Rob on a horse. For authenticity you had to eat all of your food with your hands, and I really wanted one of the Medieval Times metal plates. We got to have our picture taken with the awesome bearded King, but at30 dollars we decided against actually ...
A Travel Blog entry by captaingulz from Orlando, Florida, United States
... and lame jokes. Unfortunately our knight didn't win but the food was top notch. You eat everything with your hands (because in medieval times there was no cutlery!) and it's a set menu. We had: tomato bisque, garlic bread, roast chicken, spare rib, a ...
A Travel Blog entry by alan.g.metcalf from Miltenberg, Hesse, Germany
... . Spared from the destruction of World War 2 , its stunning half-timbered houses and historic buildings offer a wonderful insight into medieval times gone by. The city also has one of the oldest inns in Germany. Our guided tour through the town ...
A Travel Blog entry by vicki_richards from Los Angeles, California, United States
... this morning but sun was out by the time we got back so kids went for a swim for an hour before getting ready for Medieval Times dinner and show. We took the scenic route (apparently the GPS was at fault!!) but eventually arrived at the arena and were ...
A Travel Blog entry by judyinocala from Osceola County, Florida, United States
This is our 3rd year taking the girls to Medieval Times. It's always entertaining. It's a lame story, but it ties the show together. Beautiful horses and costumes and pretty impressive stunt work. Our champion, the Black and White Knight, threw a ...
A Travel Blog entry by sharpeworth from Les-Baux-de -Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Saturday, we visited Les-Baux-de-Provence, a medieval walled city with well-preserved ruins of a castle and fortifications. It is a beautiful location high in the Alpilles with an incredible view of the surrounding area. The bleak valley below ...
A Travel Blog entry by john.babinec from Tallinn, Estonia
... know it, but they didn't have potatoes in the 13th century. It was really excellent! I also went to another nearby medieval place that has literally been continuously open for over 400 years! They were traditionally a stopover for travelers passing ...
A Travel Blog entry by journeythrough from Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Bavaria, Germany
... . Así que sumergió al panadero dos veces, y desde ese momento la jaula se llama la Silla del Panadero! I visited the Medieval Crime and Punishment museum; those days were gruesome! They were quite creative and very cruel. They used torture ...
A Travel Blog entry by eurotrekker05 from Rhodes, Greece
... spouts along a cobblestone street. After the long walk up the hill we reached the Grandmaster's Palace - talk about a medieval experience. The castle is completely intact and on the inside are displayed many mosaics and statues. Outside there castle ...
A Travel Blog entry by allansineurope from Cesky Krumlov, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Mira picked us up in Salzburg this morning at 8am and we started out for the next destination Prague, Czech Republic. On the way, we are going to stop in Cesky Krumlov, a medieval village in the Czech Republic about 3 hours from ...
A Travel Blog entry by jingles from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
As my time in Canadia came to an end me and Fed decided to have one more outing - to a Medieval Jousting Tournament! It was so cool! We paid an extra five bucks to have 'royalty seating' which put us in the front row! There were six knights ...
A Travel Blog entry by pcann_pie from Bruges, Flemish Region, Belgium
The city of Bruges is awesome because it is one of the only medieval cities in Europe that remained untouched during the world wars and is still in tact due to bombs not being dropped in Bruges. This city is so cool and it feels so different being in such ...
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... .La Croce di Bibbiano , which offers accommodation in rooms and apartments finely restored , is created inside an ancient stone monastery in medieval times, located along the ancient ' Via Francigena ' , at the center of an estate of about 30 hectares, ...Traveler Rating
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4510 West Irlo Bronson Highway, , Kissimmee, Florida, United States1540 reviews
Feast on a medieval banquet while knights joust and otherwise entertain you.