The Astronomical Clock: Prague, Czech Republic?

Bonus: Visit the Naschmarkt

“Tilt to the left! To the left!” our Croatian friend shouted from the front of the raft. We all did and for one second we thought we were safe and then…the raft toppled over and all five of us took a splash into the cold water, which came up to my shoulders.

Bonus: Visit the Naschmarkt

Restaurant Domus (A Coruña)

Exotic is an interesting word, because it’s meaning changes depending on where you’re coming form; for me, I would have to say Japan, simply because the culture is so vastly different from anything that feels familiar to me.

Your preferred hotel in the world?

The area is home to the Old New Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue, a cemetery with 12,000 visible graves, the Jewish Museum, and more. Visiting the Jewish Quarter is easily one of the top things to see and do in Prague!

Your preferred hotel in the world?

View the Reclining Buddha

Devote some excess time since the route in the town to the mountaintop may get congested with traffic, if you’re on a tight schedule. The views you’ll like from the best are worth any traffic jams you may encounter!

View the Reclining Buddha

Stay in the Sofitel Legend

Among the things any foodie can do in Shanghai is book a food tour with UnTour Food Tours. They provide excellent food tours in multiple Chinese cities, including Chengdu, Beijing, and Hong Kong. You can try beverages and dishes from all over China, including the Golden Age rice wine Hong Kong-style café, in the Cantonese.