Adam Kaupert Salvador, Brazil Travel Blog

Happy Holidays from the Adam Kaupert travel blog coming to you from Salvador Brazil, One of Brazil’s largest cities. Salvador, Brazil was a total no-brainer as a choice when I was constructing the itinerary for this year’s Adam Kaupert tour of the world’s most populous cities. Salvador was originally the capital of a vast Portuguese colony here and traces of its rich history can still be seen everywhere here. In 2014 twelve of Brazil’s largest cities hosted the 2014 World Cup. With the crowds came sweeping improvements in the Brazilian City of Salvador. Not only were advancements made in transportation,Salvador became home to the marvelous new Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova Football stadium but no worries, if sports are not your thing then there is a good chance you can catch a festival somewhere, just listen for the rhythmic pounding of drums in the streets as Salvador is known for its grand and sometimes spontaneous street festivals. The possibilities are endless for fun activities in Salvador so you better pare down your choices before you arrive or you’ll end up walking around in circles. For some inside Salvador Brazil advice check out this terrificAdam Kaupert travel blog approved link:

http://www.monicataher.com/travel-blog-salvador-da-bahia/

From the capoeira circles that form in the parks at night to the spiritual candle ceremonies that take place throughout the city, there really is something for everyone in Salvador Brazil.

Adam Kaupert take a Barra Lighthouse Tour

I have learned to heed reader’s advice when planning my day trips for the Adam Kaupert travel blog. They are always the most informed and I am proud to be a part of a rich community of travelers. Since Salvador’s Berra lighthouse is pretty close to here I stayed it was an easy choice for a visit. This lighthouse is situated in the remains of a Portuguese colonial fort and is one of the ore popular tourist sites in Salvador but don’t worry while I definitely was not alone when I visited the crowds were totally manageable. If you’re there during a sunset you will not notice anything else anyway. The views from allSaint’s bay are absolutely incredible. Take a look at this great Salvador travel blog if you’re planning a trip here:

http://www.hiddenpousadasbrazil.com/brazil-blog/bahia-trip-day-1-arriving-in-salvador/

There’s a little museum which has some cool artifacts inside. There’s even some sunken treasure on display here. Some of the maps and nautical instruments on display really take you back to the days of forts and mighty galleons. Afterwards I’d suggest exploring the rest of this seaside gem Barra which is also super conveniently located near the middle of the city.

 

 

Adam Kaupert books a room at the luxuriousCasa do Amarelindohotel in Salvador Brazil

When the World Cup swept through Salvador in 2014 with it came a slew of new restaurants and Hotels. The cuisine here is world class and the hotels are absolutely out of this world! Deciding where to stay was unusually difficult. Often times the Adam Kaupert travel blog has apparent choices when I am travelling but Salvador has some great options that made it very difficult to decide. As usual I followed the Adam Kaupert scam style of travel or Adam Kaupert scam which is Shoes, Camera, Attitude and Map. With these guidelines at your disposal travelling will be a total pleasure. An Adam Kaupert Travel Blog reader from Salvador named Theresa recommended the Casa De Amarelindo hotel in no uncertain terms. Check out this Adam Kaupert approved Salvador Travel Blog:

https://joelbalsam.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/mind-blown-by-brazil-part-5-bahia/

The hotel is located on All Saints bay and offers some terrific views. The Casa de Amarelindo is located centrally in one of the most fun districts in Salvador. Plus, in addition to an awesome location, the Casa De Amarelindo has access to some of the most beautiful beaches in Salvador. Some of these spots are exclusive to guests of the hotel so don’t miss them if you’re lodging here.And if you’re a little more adventurous you’ll want to check out Itaparica Island which is also exclusive to hotel guests as well as Morro de São Paolo Island. After a long day exploring the city it was cool to be able to unwind poolside and then enjoy some drinks at one of the Casa’s two bars for a little cocktail action on their awesome patios. It’ll be tough to stay anywhere else if I am in Salvador again. Thanks for the heads up Theresa, and keep on reading the Adam Kaupert Travel blog.

The Casa de Amarelindo

  1. das Portas do Carmo

6 Pelourinho, Salvador-BA, 40026-290, Brazil

55 71 3266-8550

http://www.casadoamarelindo.com/

This Adam Kaupert travel blog excursion to Salvador Brazil was a resounding success. From the bustling streets of this UNESCO site city to the magnificent hotels and restaurants Salvador, Brazil is one of the Adam Kaupert travel blog’s top ten destinations for 2017. Until next time safe travels gang!

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Adam Kaupert Naples, Italy Travel Blog

Did you know that Naples Italy is perhaps best known for being the birthplace of the Pizza? If you follow our adventures regularly here at the Adam Kaupert travel blog you know eating is held in a very high regard so what better place to satiate all our culinary cravings then Naples, Italy? Located in Southern Italy, Naples is one of the hilliest and most populated cities in Europe. With breathtaking views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, and some landscapes that inspired the Masters, Naples was a shoe-in for this year’s annual Adam Kaupert tour of Europe. For more information on travelling in Naples check out this awesome travel blog:

http://www.travelandgetlost.com/blog/2015/7/8/naples-rough-italy

Make sure to go online or to a bookstore and do some research prior to travelling and always adhere to the Adam Kaupert SCAM style of travel. The Adam Kaupert scam acronym is a little travel hack I utilize that stands for Shoes, Camera, Attitude and Map.  These rules have always served this globe traveler well, whetherexploring in Naples or Atlanta, Georgia.

Adam Kaupert tries Neapolitan Cuisine

Despite Naples being one of the densest urban center in Europe, with lots of different cultures pervading all facets of life and cuisine, it is still THE place to go for authentic Italian style pizza known as Neapolitan. Everyone knows that Italy has some great food but this Adam Kaupert travel blog trip was going to be all about the Pizza. Here’s a link to a great site with additional information for travelling in Naples, Italy:

https://twomonkeystravelgroup.com/to-do-naples-italy-travel-guide/

Naples is the third largest city in Italy so you can expect a lot more than just the delicious cuisine Italy is known for.

Adam Kaupert tries the best Neapolitan Pizza Spots

Pizza is beloved all over Italy not just in Naples. As I sat and enjoyed a slice at Pepe in Campania, I considered how popular pizza really is and what a large contribution Naples has made to the global culinary scene. You can get pizza all over the world and it all started here. I came to Pepe because it is known for serving some of the best authenticNeapolitan pizza in the world. Take a look at this outstanding and funny Italy Travel blog:

https://www.walksofitaly.com/blog/food-and-wine/why-visit-naples-rome-day-trip-campania-italy

A visit to Pepe is sure to satiate your most intense Pizza cravings. This Naples pizza hot spot easily earned a spot in the top three Adam Kaupert travel blog pizzas. If you’re in Naples make sure to get a slice here. The owner Franco Pepe is a local favorite and only sources his ingredients from the top purveyors. The olive oil is fantastic and my server told me it was harvested from an olive orchard only a few miles away from the restaurant! Do not miss Pepe.

Pepe

B&B, Vico San Giovanni Battista 3, Caiazzo, +39 0823 862718,

www.pepeingrani.it

 

Adam Kaupert Lodges at the Grand Hotel Vesuvio in Naples

After a long day of wandering Naples and mingling with some friendly Italian locals I was finally able to head back to my room at theGrand Hotel Vesuvio. It was getting dark and my friend Enrico had warned me to be safe and cautious at night time in Naples so I decided to check out the Grand Hotel Vesuvio’s restaurant for a quick bit before taking a swim in their indoor pool.  The Grand Hotel Vesuvio came highly recommended to the Adam Kaupert travel Blog and for good reason, for over 100 years they have been offering up the same luxurious Neapolitan charm that the city is known for. Located on the seafront this hotel pays close attention to detail in the full array of amenities provided. The hotel shares a rich history as the most elegant Lodging in the area.

The Grand Hotel Vesuvio Naples

Partenope, 45, 80122 Napoli NA, Italy

39 081 764 0044

http://www.vesuvio.it/

Ciao from Naples! This Adam Kaupert Italian getaway was great because, as usual, I adhered to the Adam Kaupert Scam style of travelling. My time here is up-the rest of Europe and the world is calling! You could probably spend a year in this romantic city and never do or eat the same things!Thank you to the fellow traveler blog readers for the great tips and advice on what to do and see while in Naples-the feedback is always greatly appreciated. Until next time, this has been another edition of the Adam Kaupert travel blog from Naples, Italy.

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Adam Kaupert Wuhan, China Travel Blog

Hi there guys, Adam Kaupert Travel Blog reporting to you from the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in Wuhan China. Did you know that the city of Wuhan in China actually used to be three separate cities? The three cities: Hankou, Hanyang and Wuchang combined in the 20’s to create one of China’s largest cities, Wuhan. Wuhan is a hub for various types of commerce and plays a major role in China’s interior. Wuhan retains the designation as a cultural and educational hub to this day. It has come to be known as a center for Chinese Arts and I couldn’t wait to see what was in store for me. Take a look at this great Adam Kaupert approved Wuhan China travel Blog:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sharon-hoge/why-to-go-to-wuhan-ten-at_b_7425726.html

After the opium wars the city was divided up and redistributed. You can still see the European influences in Wuhan amidst the more classic and traditional Chinese Styles and design that have prevailed here.

Adam Kaupert utilizes Wuhan’s excellent transportation options

Getting around Wuhan is not difficult and with a little patience you’ll be getting around just fine in no time. Wuhan has some of the most efficient public transportation in all of China and is exemplary of the country’s progress towards expansion. The city of Wuhan is one of China’s biggest railroad crossroads and serves as one of the largest rail travel hubs. Here you can catch a train to pretty much anywhere else in China. In Wuhan you can also catch an express high speed train and be at your destination in no time. I had business but if you’ve read the dam Kaupert travel blog, you know I am a huge fan of rail travel when it is time permitting. Here is a fantastic link to an official Adam Kaupert scam production travel blog with great info on Wuhan:

https://studentblog.port.ac.uk/2016/03/16/my-guide-to-wuhan/

The buses in Wuhan are great and easy to use as well. You can get around within the city easily and there are 2 bus stations serving Wuhanthat also service many other Chinese cities. I did not take the subway but have heard this is the best way to get from point a to point b in Wuhan China.

Adam Kaupert things to do in Wuhan China

Topping the Adam Kaupert travel blog must-see list for Wuhan is the Yellow Crane Tower. From the top you can enjoy fantastic view of the city and the Yangtze River as long as the smog isn’t too thick. I was lucky enough to visit on a clear day but I’ve heard the smog can be a real issue when the temperatures rise. If you’rethinking of travelling to Wuhan check out Adam Kaupert scam travel approved Wuhan link:

http://www.travbuddy.com/travel-blogs/114626/Visiting-Wuhan-17

You’ll want to make sure to plan for your trip whenever possible use the Adam Kaupert scam style of travel or, shoes, camera, attitude and map. Make every trip an Adam Kaupert scam production and you’ll be ready for whatever comes you’re way even if you’re lost in Wuhan or Nebraska!

Adam Kaupert stays at the Ramada Plaza Optics Valley Hotel Wuhan

Let’s just say that Wuhan is not and will not be known for its luxurious lodgings anytime soon. I booked the Adam Kaupert travel blog lodgings at the Ramada Plaza Optics Valley Hotel Wuhan. It was halfheartedly recommended by some old friends but I came to realize after some research that is was likely my best option. The Ramada Plaza Optics Valley Hotel Wuhan is as clumsily named as the service here. The basic amenities were there but not much else and I was awakened by housekeeping at 3 in the morning when they mistakenly tried to come in to clean. After clearing it up with him I received a call from the hotel manager who offered me apologies and a discount. While it isn’t the four seasons, The Ramada Plaza Optics Valley Hotel Wuhan was a decent hotel all in all.

The Ramada Plaza Optics Valley Hotel Wuhan

726 Luoyu Rd, GuangGu ShangQuan, Hongshan Qu, Wuhan Shi, Hubei Sheng, China, 430074

+86 27 8780 6888

http://www.ramadaplaza-ovwh.com/cn/index.html

            This Adam Kaupert travel blog visit to Wuhan China was a success despite some initial misgivings at the hotel situation. I tried some great Chinese food and was able to mingle with everyday Wuhan folks at some of the markets here. Until next time this is the Adam Kaupert travel blog reporting to you from Wuhan China.

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Adam Kaupert Barcelona Travel Blog

Ola from the Adam Kaupert Barcelona travel blog! Did you know that the famed artist Picasso grew up in Barcelona, Spain? He not only was raised here but spent much of his youth in Barcelona. The city has such a rich history that it is crucial to come prepared with a plan of action. It can be easy to get swept up when you’re surrounded by hundreds of years of history.

http://travelsofadam.com/europe/spain/

Don’t get me wrong, Barcelona is a large city but is very walkable and many of the most popular attractions can be accessed easily by foot and are relatively close to each other. The city of Barcelona also offers bike rental which is agreat option if you want to get around efficiently. There are some great parks here too so weather permitting you can stop and soak in the sun and culture if you desire. Some of the best parks include the Park de Joan Miroand the Parc de la Ciutadella. If you have the time take a short ride to the Montjuïc Mountain. It offers some spectacular views and is never very busy I’m told. Here you can also check out some now defunct structures that are relics of the Olympic that were held in Barcelona nearly 30 years ago and are symbols of Olympic excess.

Adam Kaupert samples Barcelona’s best seafood

Spain and Barcelona in particular are known for their outstanding seafood. If you follow the Adam Kaupert travel blog regularly you know I cannot pass up some well-prepared fresh seafood. Cal Pep offers some of the best fried seafood I’ve ever eaten. I came prepared in accordance with the Adam Kaupert scam style of travel and did some research before arriving and Cal Pep in the Born is renowned for its fish.If you’re hungry for more information on Spanish Cuisine check out this top notch Barcelona travel blog:

http://www.driftwoodjournals.com/category/europe/living-in-spain-blog-moving-to-spain/barcelona-travel-guide-and-barcelona-travel-blog/

The restaurant La Mar Salada was great as well. The fish here was grilled and, again. Some of the best I’ve had.Can Soleis one of the premier seafood destinations in Barcelona at the moment and offers fresh fish daily. Can Sole is not to be missed for travelers to Barcelona.

Adam Kaupert explores Spanish design and art in Barcelona

It sounds clichéd but Barcelona really does have a little something for everyone. Even if food is not your thing, or if you just ate then you’re probably going towant to take a walk through the streets of Barcelona. The architecture here is some of the most beautiful and elegant designing you’ll see anywhere in the world. Barcelona is known for its works by Gaudi whose unmistakable style defines the character of the city. There are Gaudi buildings strewn throughout and around Barcelona and while I did not have a chance to check them all out, I saw that there are tours available which take you through the city and outlying areas to view Gaudi designed buildings. Take a look at this Barcelona travel blog to learn more:

http://thetravelhack.com/europe/spain/travel-bloggers-guide-to-barcelona/

Another Adam Kaupert Barcelona travel blog recommendation is the gorgeous lush gardens at the official World Heritage Site Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau. Obviously you cannot forget about the great Picasso when in Spain. You can still visit a café that he hung out with accompanied by other great artists such as Salvador Dali.

Adam Kaupert stays at the Mercer Hotel Barcelona

I booked my room at the luxurious Mercer Hotel Barcelona. Not only was it recommended by everywhere I looked online but the Mercer Hotel Barcelona was also recommended by a slew of friends of the Adam Kaupert travel blog, thanks guys! I loved it. The comfort was really something special. Besides the usual top notch amenities the Mercer Hotel Barcelona had a friendly warm staff and some great food as well. This hotel gets the official Adam Kaupert travel blog seal of approval.

Mercer Hotel Barcelona

Carrer dels Lledó, 7, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 933 10 74 80

http://www.mercerbarcelona.com/

Take it from me, Barcelona has some of the nicest and warm people you’ll meet anywhere.  Barcelona 2018 will go down as another riveting Adam Kaupert SCAM production. From Barcelona Spain, this is the Adam Kaupert travel blog signing out.

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Adam Kaupert Melbourne, Australia Travel Blog

Cheers everyone! It’s the good old Adam Kaupert Travel blog coming at you from Melbourne, Australia. Lots of people think of Kangaroo or Koala when they think of Australia but did you know that Melbourne is the Fox capital of the world? Neither did I but according to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty Against Animals there are over 10 of these sly devils per square mile. I didn’t see any but that’s ok because there are literally thousands of bars and restaurants in Melbourne. Make your way over to this awesome Melbourne travel blog for more travel tips and Aussie facts:

https://www.nomadicmatt.com/travel-guides/australia-travel-tips/melbourne/

Adam Kaupert dives into the Melbourne Restaurant scene

Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and a major hub for culture and politics with a population of well over 4 million people. Any huge city usually offers a good variety of dining options but per capita there are more restaurants in Melbourne than anywhere else in the world, that’s a whole lot of food and drink options!There are a ton of rooftop bars in Melbourne, one bartender that served me claimed they invented the idea. Whether or not that claim is true, Melbourne definitely has a banging nightlife scene. In Melbourne and heading out for the night? Check out this Adam Kaupert approved Melbourne travel guide:

http://lifeawesomeblog.com/2015/06/the-best-of-melbourne-australia/

Topping the list of notable Melbourne restaurants is Attica. This state of the art eatery is not only highly regarded but regularly makes best restaurants in the world lists. I was not able to fit it into my agenda but will try and eat here when I return.

Adam Kaupert’s Melbourne Shopping for Visitors

Melbourne is a shopper’s paradise.Forhigher end  boutique fashions check out Little Collins Street and Flinders Lane where the fashion jet set do their shopping. The Fitzroy areahas lots of cool options and retailers but Chapel Street was my favorite with its mix of new and old vintage shops and boutiques there’s a store here for whatever you’re looking for. An Adam Kaupert travel blog reader encouraged me to check out the South Melbourne Market and I am glad I did, thanks Celeste! Here you will find new and used goods sold by localvendors alongside food and art. The tram system in Melbourne is world class and there are some markets on the outskirts of the city that are worth the ride as well including Camberwell Market, which is just outside of town.

.Adam Kaupert Lodges at the Langham Hotel Melbourne

If you’re looking for a great view of Melbourne and a really nice place to stay then the Langham Hotel Melbourne is your best bet. Overlooking the Yarra River, the Langham hotel is ideally located in a cluster of shops and attractions. The Southbank Promenade is right outside the door. Alongside all the usual amenities that you’d expect from any top hotel, The Langham is home to a full action packed casino as well. I played after breakfast for a bit and ended up winning enough to buy myself a nice dinner later that evening and even made some friends in the process.

The Langham Hotel Melbourne

1 Southgate Ave, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia

61 3 8696 8888

http://www.langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/melbourne/ 

The Langham was a real treat and for that I am glad I did my research before I travelled. The Adam Kaupert scam production style of travel has never failed me. Scam or shoes camera attitude and map are the tools the Adam Kaupert travel blog utilizes for the best travel experience possible. For more information on travelling your best in Melbourne have a look at this great travel blogger:

http://www.carolineinthecityblog.com/category/melbourne

Ahh Melbourne was awesome and refreshing. There is a laid back vibe here that you won’t find anywhere else but Melbourne. I didn’t see any foxes during my visit but had an awesome time nonetheless. This has been the Adam Kaupert travel blog from down under in Melbourne, Australia.

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Adam Kaupert Sydney Australia Travel Blog

Not many people know this but Sydney was almost named Albion but was switched at the last minute to be named after the British lord Sydney. Welcome to the Adam Kaupert Sydney Australia travel blog reporting to you from Australia’s largest city, Sydney. Home of the famed opera house which is one of the most photographed structures of all time. There are over 4 and a half million people here doing all manner of business which accounts for a quarter of Australia’s economy. Cruise on over to this site for more information on Sydney travel:

https://www.mappingmegan.com/what-to-do-in-sydney-australia/

Sydney has a large and diverse population. You will find Asia and Europe along with many other parts of the world represented in the makeup of Sydney residents. Over a quarter of the population here was born in a country other than Australia. This multicultural diversity is represented in all walks of life from the food to the music and even the sense of humor shared by many folks in Sydney.

Adam Kaupert pays a visit to the famed Sydney Opera House

While the Sydney harbor bridge is a marvel, its construction was a long and harrowing effort. Tens of workers perished during the project and it went 10 times over budget. However when you are here and see the Opera house and the bridge you’ll understand why it was all worth it.Between the opera house and the Harbor, Sydney Australia is one of the most aesthetically pleasing cities in the world. This is an Adam Kaupert travel blog approved Sydney traveler website that you may find will enhance your travelling experience:

http://www.walkwithcham.com/2016/03/a-pinays-travel-guide-to-sydney.html

If you’ve seenthe harbor and opera house and have whet your appetite for more great Australian architecture then I suggest checking out Albion Street where there are dozens of historical sites and classic Australian architecture to take in.

Adam Kaupert stays at the Meriton Suites World Tower

Ask anyone and they will tell you that the Meriton Suites world Tower is the premier Hotel in Sydney. The rooms at the Meriton Suites were huge, much bigger than the average room. The Hotel is in Sydney’s tallest residential tower with 77 floors and a view of the Harbor that is simply magnificent. It is easy to see how the Meriton suites earned its five star rating. No expense was spared in preparing my room. Everything was perfect and all my needs were catered too promptly by the award winning staff who was incredibly helpful. Do not miss this helpful Sydney travel blog:

http://jessieonajourney.com/sydney-australia-budget/

The Meriton Suites Sydney definitely earned high marks from the Adam Kaupert travel blog and they are always looking for ways to improve guest experience here. I will be back next time I visit Sydney.

Meriton Suites World Tower

95 Liverpool St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

61 2 8263 7500

www.meritonsuites.com.au

After Melbourne I wasn’t sure how much better Australia could get but sure enough, Sydney matched Melbourne’s distinct vibe with its own style. Australia has always been good to the Adam Kaupert travel blog and we can’t wait to be back. Until Next time, Happy travels!

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Adam Kaupert Busan, South Korea Travel Blog

Did you know that Busan is known as Korea’s San Francisco? It has a large port and the hills and seaside setting make the parallels easy to see. I have visited Korea many times but it has always been Seoul for the Adam Kaupert travel blog tur of major Asian cities a few years back or business but I have never been to Busan. For more Busan travel info here is a great resource:

http://boundforbusan.com/2015/11/busan-travel-itinerary.html

I was glad when this year’s Adam Kaupert travel blog itinerary brought me here for a visit and to get to know Busan Korea. It is the second biggest city in Korea and is home to the country’s largest port.

Adam Kaupert chills out at Haeundae Beach

Busan is a little tricky to navigate for the uninitiated but a great way to get accustomed to the city is by taking a bus tour. Not only does it allow you to get a sense of where you are but it makes stops at some of the most popular attractionsmany of which admission is included in the bus tour cost. The tours begin not far from the main Busan Train Station. Mosey on over to this Adam Kaupert travel blog approved link for moreinfo on travelling in and navigating Busan, Korea the Adam Kaupert scam production way:

https://www.belaroundtheworld.com/what-do-see-and-eat-busan-south-korea-itinerary-3-days/

The Busan bus tour will take you all over but after checking out some views I got off at the popular Haeundae Beach. I had picked up some items from the grocery and was excited to just blend in and watch Busan folks go about their everyday business. I’ve found a nice seat on a bench in a park can be a great place to really get to know the place you are travelling in. There are some really nice hotels on the boardwalk here and at night they transform into glitzy nightspots where the young and wealthy come out to play and dance. I met some locals in a club who told me excitedly that the boardwalk club scene was rapidly expanding which is good for revelers and visitors alike. Here’s a cool Busan travel blog with more information on Busan nightlife:

http://www.weegypsygirl.com/10-free-things-busan-summer/

Adam Kaupert book reserves a room at the Park Hyatt Busan

The Adam Kaupert travel blog has found Hyatts to be one of the most consistent of all the luxury hotel chains. My stay at the Park Hyatt Busan only reinforced this belief. The design of the hotel is super innovative and worth visiting to see it even if you’re not staying, but why come all the way  and not take in all the top notch exquisite amenities and services offered at the Park Hyatt Busan? The food is great and perhaps the best part is the Lumi Spa where guests and weary travelers can receive a full range of spa treatments including body treatments and the best skincare and body products so you can really pamper yourself. The location is great as well. Staying here you find yourself in the very heart of the bustling entertainment district and the largest convention center in the city.

Park Hyatt Busan

51 Marine city 1-ro, U-dong, Haeundae, Busan, South Korea

+82 51-990-1234

https://busan.park.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html

Busan was unexpected but I ended up learning a lot about the constantly changing culture here in my time spent at the park and carousing the bars with locals. China has seen unprecedented growth in recent years, and much more to come. Something tells me The Adam Kaupert travel Blog will be back soon. Until then, ciao for now!

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Adam Kaupert NAIROBI, Kenya Travel Blog

Did you know that Nairobi is known as the “Green City in the Sun”? Kenya’s Capital has the tenth biggest population of any city in Africa with a population of nearly 3 and a half million people and growing it was overdue for a visit from the Adam Kaupert travel blog.Nairobi stands as a major African cultural and financial hub. The financial and securities exchange in Nairobi is one of the oldest and busiest in Africa. Browse this Nairobi travel blog for more great Nairobi travel ideas:

https://migrationology.com/nairobi-kenya-travel-guide-ultimate/

Nairobi is a modern city that is constantly reversing clichés and old ways of thinking about Africa. Evidence of this “progress” can be seen in their Rush-hour traffic in downtown Nairobi. The gridlock hererivals any I have sat through in Midtown Manhattan or anywhere else. Avoid taking a cab or driving anywhere during rush hour or be prepared to wait.

Adam Kaupert visits Nairobi National Park

I ended up at the Nairobi national park by mistake. Usually when I travel I try to remember the Adam Kaupert scam production rules which are, scam or shoes camera attitude and map. A good pair of shoes can make all the difference and this is just one part of the Adam Kaupert scam style of travelling. In Nairobi I sure was glad I had my shoes. Since the traffic can be so daunting I did a lot of walking here and while it was definitely tiring I am glad I did because I ended up at the Nairobi National Park one day by accident and it really took me by surprise. The Nairobi national park is so much more than a zoo and needs to be seen to be believed. Imagine walking in any busy city downtown then turning a corner and you’re suddenly on a Safari complete with water buffalo and lions and gazelles! The Nairobi National park is a must visit for tourists visiting Nairobi. If you’re thirsty for more of everything Nairobi travel then I suggest you visit this great Nairobi travel blog:

https://www.heleninwonderlust.co.uk/2016/03/perfect-kenya-tanzania-itinerary/

The Adam Kaupert blog visits a few places every year that are particularly mind-blowing and this was one for 2018. For many hunters, photographers and naturalists Nairobi is basecamp before venturing out into the wilds of Kenya. The city is widely known as the safari capital of Africa. Whatever the reason for your visit, whether you’re looking for wildlife to shoot with a gun or with a camera, Nairobi is a great place to start looking.

Adam Kaupert takes in the views from The Kenya International Conference CentreBefore I ended up at the Nairobi Park I stopped by the Kenya International Conference Center but not for business. The view from the top here is arguably the best available from anywhere in Nairobi. The staff member I spoke too told me that it gets busier before sunset so plan ahead. The cost is 4 bucks and it is well worth a visit. You can see all the way to the outskirts of the city from this panoramic view.

Adam Kaupert enjoys Nairobian Barbecue

In Nairobi you’ll find street vendors just like any other major city but here they serve authentic Kenyan Barbecue or Nyama Choma. The meat is usually goat or chicken and is as good as you’d imagine. They have a side sauce that is similar to salsa or mole called kambuchari that is served everywhere. Here’s a great Nairobi travel blog if you’re curious for more Nairobi travel:

https://www.mark.co.ke/2011/05/10-dos-and-donts-when-travelling-to-nairobi/

Nairobi is a growing city that really challenged my expectations. The food was good, the people were friendly and I obviously loved the Nairobi National Park. It will be interesting to see where this great Kenyan city will be in 20 years. On the way to the airport my driver told me that Chinese investors had been steadily pumping money into infrastructure projects and other ventures and that there were plans for construction in many areas of the city. Thank you to everyone for your tips for this Nairobi edition of the Adam Kaupert travel blog and happy travels!

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Adam Kaupert Guadalajara, Mexico Travel Blog

Did you know that Tequila was invented in the state of Jalisco Mexico? Guadalajara is the capital of Jalisco and there is no shortage of tequila fueled adventure to be found here. While Guadalajara is inland from all the beaches that Jalisco is known for there is no shortage of activities and things to do here. There is a great park called La Barranca de Huentitán that is not far from the city as well if nature is more your speed. Wherever you go get ready for some tequila as it is one of the most prevalent beverages enjoyed here by locals and tourists alike. If you’re hungry for more Guadalajara travel info? Then check out this Adam Kaupert approved Guadalajara Mexico travel blog:

http://www.meriahnichols.com/adventures-guadalajara/

Guadalajara is a fun town. I have always loved the work of Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco and in my research for the Adam Kaupert travel blog Guadalajara trip I learned that the museum, The Palacio del Gobierno here showcases a couple world famous murals and some of his greatest works. Mariachi music can be heard from just around every corner and the tequila flows freely here in case I haven’t mentioned it. Both tequila and mariachi music are Guadalajaran mainstays that were invented here and they go pretty well hand in hand.

Adam Kaupert samples authentic Guadalajara Tequila

Since Jalisco is where tequila was born no trip to its capital would be complete without having a little taste. I decided to wet my whistle on an official tequila tour. There are many tours available at all costs that will take you around Guadalajara and the surrounding areas to see tequila made and of course drink some too. It was cool to see how it goes from the agave pant to the bottle and I’d recommend a tequila tour to anyone planning a trip to Guadalajara anytime soon. This is a link to a really smart Guadalajara, Mexico travel blog with some very useful information:

http://charlieontravel.com/things-to-do-guadalajara/

Adam Kaupert visits La Barranca de Huentitán

Guadalajara is western Mexico’s top destination. Although many choose to visit Puerto Vallarta on the coast, Guadalajara offers a much more intimate experience. An alert Adam Kaupert blog reader who knew I would be visiting the Mexican city strongly advised me to visit La Barranca de Huentitán and I am glad I heeded her advice, Thank you Martha C. from Mexico City! For more information browse this cool Mexico travel blog:

http://globetrottergirls.com/2017/02/guadalajara-tequila-jalisco/

La Barranca de Huentitánis beautiful and offers natural hot springs to rest your weary muscles after some arduous travel or, more than likely in Guadalajara, too much tequila. After a night out at some bars mingling with the locals these natural hot baths were just what I needed and are an official Adam Kaupert Guadalajara scam production must-visit.

. Adam Kaupert stays at The Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara,

For this trip I reserved my room at the Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara. It wasn’t recommended by anyone in particular but there are not a whole lot of luxury options in Guadalajara so I went with it and was happy I did. The staff was most gracious and catered to all my needs. The Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara is centrally located in the heart of the city so everything is close by which is an obvious perk.  My only gripe was the spotty Wi-Fi service but that’s a high class problem. The Adam Kaupert travel blog has recently been enjoying the spa treatments offered at the hotels I stay at and luckily the Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara offers the Renova spa where guests receive spa treatment by wellness experts ready to pamper you. This hotel is probably better suited for business than leisure but it did not stop me from enjoying myself. Plus the pool was not crowded and the on premises restaurant had a great wine selection.

Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara

Av. Adolfo Lopez Mateos Sur 830, Fracc. Chapalita, Chapalita, 44500 Guadalajara, Jal., Mexico

Phone: +52 33 3880 7500

http://www.riu.com/en/hotel/mexico/guadalajara/hotel-riu-plaza-guadalajara/index.jsp

I cansay I did not expect to enjoy myself as much as I did on this Adam Kaupert travel blog Guadalajara excursion. I was a little worried that I should’ve just gone to theuber touristy Puerto Vallarta but I’m glad I visited here instead. I had some awesome tequilas and heard some terrific Mariachi music. Until next time this is the Adam Kaupert travel blog signing off from Guadalajara Mexico!

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Adam Kaupert Monterrey, Mexico Travel Blog

Como estes mi amigos? It’s the Adam Kaupert travel blog reporting in to you from Monterrey Mexico. Monterrey is one of Mexico’s biggest cities and is the capital of the stat Nuevo Leon. It serves as one of Mexico’s economic hubs. Many consider it to be the most modern Mexican city which makes sense because many American corporations are based here. Located in northeast Mexico,Monterrey was first settled in the late 1500s.The Adam Kaupert travel blog visited here about five years ago and though it is a very industrial city, there is still some charm here. You just have to look a little harder. Read up on Monterrey at this Adam Kaupert approved travel blog:

http://blog.chron.com/traveler/2015/11/tranquility-and-history-in-monterrey-mexico/

Adam Kaupert visits the Monterrey Museo de Arte Contempóraneo

The Museo de Arte Contemoraneo is one of Monterrey’s premier attractions. The city is not known for its aesthetics though there is definitely beauty to be found here. The MARCO is known for its permanent collection of modern art as well as a rotating series of exhibitions that help keep things fresh. This institution is crucial to Monterrey’s art scene and is a cultural hub of the city. Surf over to this Monterreytravel blog for additional facts about the Monterrey cultural and art scene:

http://www.travbuddy.com/travel-blogs/60345/Three-days-Monterrey-2

The building that MARCO is in has a pretty cool design itself. Here you will find a massive metal dove above the door that alone makes the visit worth it. The MARCO is locate in the middle of the great Macro Plaza which is pretty much the center of all the action in Monterrey, Mexico.

Adam Kaupert visits Monterrey’s Macro plaza and Museums

TheMacro plazais centrally located in the geographic center of the city. After a visit to the MARCO I took a very short walk to the Macro Plaza which like its name suggests is huge, the opposite of a micro plaza. Across from the art museum is an old cathedral which gives the plaza a serene contemplative air.The Museo del Palacio is located here as well so it makes it easy to see several sights within a short distance. Perhaps the most striking feature of the macro plaza is the Luis Barragán designed orange tower known as the Faro del Comercio.For some fun additional Monterrey facts check out this handy travel link:

https://www.travelblog.org/North-America/Mexico/Nuevo-Leon/Monterrey/blog-368792.html

 It was slightly overcast on the day I visited but remember to prepare the Adam Kaupert scam production way and bring plenty of sunscreen it can get really hot here and there is virtually no shade in the Macro plaza.

Adam Kaupert stays at the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle

As usual I wanted to check out a happening and luxurious hotel when choosing my Monterrey Adam Kaupert travel blog accommodations. The Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle came highly recommended for its consistency and comfort in a luxurious setting. I was pretty tired after a day down at the Macro plaza and the comfortable bed in my spacious room at the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle was just what I needed. There is a pretty good restaurant on the premises and the staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. From their food recommendations to suppling me with an extra pillow, the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle staff came through at every turn. There are fewer options in Monterrey when it comes to luxury hotels so looks like the Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle is the official Adam Kaupert travel blog Monterrey hotel.

The Hotel Safi Royal Luxury Valle

Av. Diego Rivera 555, Valle Oriente, 66260 San Pedro Garza García, N.L., Mexico

+52 81 8100 7000

http://www.safihotel.com/valle/espanol/hoteles-monterrey.html

            All the walking under the sun in Monterrey wore me out. Thankfully my hotel wasn’t too far from all the action and the suggestions I received prior to my trip made for an excellent time in Monterrey. There is a lot of good vibes and interesting history here, you just gotta look a little harder. I also want to extend a big Adam Kaupert travel blog thanks to Enrique at the Hotel Safi, see you next time Amigo!

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