Marcus

Marcus

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    How many days to visit Edinburgh?

    I've only been once and did pretty much most of it in that time. Old town and Castle. Would say 2 would be plenty although getting out of town into the countryside for a day, maybe Loch Lomand or the Firth would also be worth doing. There's also a huge dry ski slope about 8 miles out of the city which apparently is a great day. almost 11 years ago

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    What are the best clubs in Prague?

    Mecca was worth the visit, very cheap drinks and had an upmarket but underground feel not many tourists... 21 on the main Wenceslas Square was also really good, rooftop club over 2 floors with unbelieveably attractive clientelle and a great view over the city. almost 11 years ago

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    Good Honeymoon places?

    Bora Bora as in Ibiza? Not sure that's an "ideal honeymoon" resort... The Maldives is pretty much the quintessential honeymoon paradise. I went there to celebrate an engagement and it was almost entirely set up for honeymoon couples. Desert Islands surrounded by crystal blue lagoons which drop off into the Indian Ocean. Diving with the most amazing sea life, turtle watching, boat trips to take couples to their very own deserted islands, you get dropped off in the morning with a romantic picnic and supplies for the day and left completely on your own to do as you please and then picked up again just as the sun is setting... Our hotel had amazing food and would set up romantic tables on the beach for anyone that wanted so you could sit under the stars and have the perfect dinner... You won't get much trekking done unless you do laps of your hotel / island but there's plenty of watersports and if you're on Honeymoon I'm sure you'll find plenty to occupy yourselves in private!! almost 11 years ago

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    What are some good places to visit if you have seven days based in Athens?

    I was only there for 2 days a year or so ago during the Champions League Final. Syntagma square is a nice place to hang out and have something to eat / drink (much more so if there aren't 50,000 football fans milling about!) As far as Historical sites you're surrounded by them but you HAVE to see the Acropolis, Theater of Dionysos, and if you can get out to Marathon to see where the biggest Greek battle ever took place and of course where the messenger ran from back to the Acropolis to give news of the victory giving us the modern day name for the long distance race... almost 11 years ago