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  • Great Beijing Apt and Location

    "Our family of 4 spent two weeks at this apt. We appreciated the quiet atmosphere, convenient location and support from Betty, Miss Lu and Mr. Gui. Apt had everything we needed, coffee maker, micro, oven and A/C in every room! Many small places to eat nearby, grocery store, bakery and subway all within a few minute walk. We would stay here again!"
    Guest: Kamps Family Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 6, 2014
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  • Beautiful, clean and updated apartment in convenient location

    "Our family of four stayed in this lovely apartment for a Shabbat weekend (Thursday night to Sunday). We found it to look exactly like the pictures - clean and neat! The beds were comfortable; the heat worked and there was even cable TV and internet. There was ample parking in the neighborhood and we found the location to be excellent for what we wanted; we could walk to the Old City, to worship services at Kol HaNeshama and to friends for lunch in Baka, as well as shopping and eating on Emek Refaim. Iris, the owner, was a delight to deal with and very responsive. She was out of town, but her daughter, with whom we dealt directly, was polite, warm and accessible. This is the first time we have rented a vacation property like this and we found it to be a very good experience. There were a couple of things I wish I knew in advance: 1) While this is a kosher kitchen, it is dairy/parve. When we brought in meat for Shabbat dinner, we used aluminum tins to cook in and paper plates and plastic silverware. The kitchen is not equipped for both milk and meat. There is a plata to heat/keep food warm over Shabbat. 2) There is a cooktop stove and a microwave, but not an oven. 3) We had to supply everything except for toilet paper and liquid soap, such as paper towels, aluminum foil and spices (there is salt and pepper). It was amazing how easy it was to work around these things ... I poached salmon on the stove instead of baking it and we bought prepared food at Machane Yehuda for Friday dinner, so all I had to do was heat it up (which worked great on the plata). We would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Jeri R. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 9, 2014
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  • Month visit was incredible

    "We rented this villa for one month in October 2013. This house made our Bali vacation. The house is beautiful and it is worth staying there for as long as you can! It was VERY hot while we were in Bali and every day we would return home from our daily travels, jump in the pool and not want to leave 'our' house again! There is a wonderful woman who cares for the house and for you while you are there. Wayan is absolutely fabulous! The house is very close to Lala Lili's where you can get the best Balinese massage in the world! Once we discovered it, we went there every other day until we left. There are warungs along the pathway (that leads to this house and beyond) that offers excellent food choices. The view of the rice field from the pool and all of the floor to ceiling windows was fabulous. We felt so at home. We shopped almost everyday at the Bintang market which IS 5 minutes away along the same path. It is a large supermarket where you really can find almost anything you might want. The only thing: there is a steep, uneven set of steps at the end of the path leading to Bintang market and the road into town..not easy to climb if you have any physical constraints. Also, the road into Ubud is right there once you climb down the steps...the road is FULL of cars and scooters and the sidewalks are torn up for construction and have been this way for 2 years! Makes it VERY difficult and NOT at all relaxing to walk into town. We loved this area BUT the traffic and the walking situation was not what we had anticipated. For touring Bali - We met a driver named Made who speaks very good English and knows SO much about the sites of Bali. He took us around the island to all the best places..we spent 4 days with him. We also went to Sanur beach for a few days which we enjoyed very much. This house though really made us feel totally at home in Bali!! We would love to return!"
    Guest: Raine Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: December 31, 2013
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  • Cheery Apartment in Western Tokyo

    "We stayed 5 days in this bright and cheery apartment in Western Tokyo. It's conveniently located next to the train station, but don't worry about any noise--triple glazing on the windows prevents any noise from being bothersome. You can walk through a large and well-stocked supermarket to get to the apartment from the train station. There's an outdoor produce market as well as a traditional Japanese sweets shop close by as well. The neighborhood seems to have several interesting cafes, restaurants, and hole in the wall yakitori places, but we were able to only try out a few in the short time we were there. The apartment is well-maintained and the shower is excellent. If we return to Japan, we would definitely consider staying here again."
    Guest: Seattle resident Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 21, 2014
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Thailand Travel Tips

Getting to Thailand

Thailand has good air connections with other cities in Southeast Asia and around the globe. The main airport is in Bangkok and several domestic airports provide access to other regions. Bangkok International Airport hosts a wide variety of international airlines from around the world on regularly scheduled commercial flights. There is a good road and rail network but it is extremely congested in the cities. Driving is not recommended for foreigners. Instead, take a taxi or arrange a private transfer between the airports and your vacation homes. In many of the tourists areas, it quite easy to get around by bicycle. There are many local companies that hire bikes. If you are traveling to the islands, boat transfers can be easily arranged to hop from one island to another.

Activities and Attractions near Thailand

Thailand is a destination that appeals to people with a wide range of interests. It is a destination that is probably best known for its beautiful beaches and calm turquoise waters. Sun lovers and beach enthusiasts can spend their days lazing in the sun. Beach bars and restaurants provide refreshments and entertainment late into the night. Scuba divers can enjoy some spectacular coral reefs. Many are shallow enough to enjoy snorkeling and the water is warm enough to swim for hours. Boating excursions take you to uninhabited islands where you can explore caves and rainforests. There are towering walls for rock climbing and a number of trekking trails.

On land, Thailand is known for its excellent golf courses, affordable shopping and tasty cuisine. There are numerous golf courses along the coast which are highly ranted. Anywhere in Thailand, you can browse the street markets, spend some time haggling with the stall owners, and find yourself some excellent bargains. If you enjoy nature and trekking, the highland area near Chang Mai is the place to go. Here, you can experience rural Thailand at its best. Tall lush forests, towering mountain peaks and quaint villages tucked in among rice paddies and agricultural fields. For those who enjoy a bit of pampering, you can book yourself a treatment in one of the many spas. Thai massage is famous the world over and it is a wonderful way to relax on your vacation.

Best Time of Year to Visit Thailand Villas

In general, Thailand has a warm tropical climate that varies only moderately between the different regions. Temperatures are hot all year and humidity can get extreme during the summer months. For this reason, most travelers choose to visit during the cooler winter months. For the highland and central areas, November to March are generally considered the best times to travel. For the islands, such as Koh Samui, June through September is the favored time to visit.

Things to Remember When Traveling in Thailand

Thailand is a relatively inexpensive destination which means that if you plan carefully you can really stretch your travel budget. Take time to research the various destinations and decide what activities you want to do on your vacation. In that way, you can minimize the time spent traveling between destinations and instead enjoy all the sights that Thailand has to offer. When getting taxis and tuk tuks, agree on a price before you leave; otherwise, you find yourself paying a higher price when you get to your destination. Scooters and bicycles can be hired to get around but driving in the more built-up areas does sometimes require nerves of steel. The roads tend to be a chaotic mixture of vehicles, bicycles, scooters and pedestrians.

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