Cassandra Lund

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20th January 2011

I currently live in Philadelphia, Pa and attend Temple University. I was born in Maryland and have lived in Germantown, Md, Gettysburg, Pa, Tobyhanna, Pa and Mount Pocono, Pa. I am 21 years old.
I have been to many countries and like to immerse myself in the culture there rather than simply just being there. My favorite spots so far are: Japan, Australia and Greece. My biggest travel aspirations are: Egypt, India and the Galapagos.

Cassandra Lund's activity

  1. May 2011
  2. Cassandra Lund rated Poconos in Washington DC

  3. Cassandra Lund reviewed Poconos in Washington DC in Washington D.C., United States

    The Pocono Mountains are located a short distance from Washington DC. This beautiful mountain range is home to such ski parks as Camelback Ski Area, Jack Frost Mountain and Big Boulder and Shawnee Mountain Ski Area. This mountain area ranges from New Yo…"

  4. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Museum of American History in Washington D.C., United States

    Here tourists and locals alike can get the ultimate American feel during their stay in Washington DC. This museum contains all things Americana and those attributing to the culture of the United States. The Star-Spangled Banner resides here in the same …"

  5. Cassandra Lund rated National Museum of American History

  6. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C., United States

    This museum explores all kinds of living things from animals, plants and humans. Included in these are the hope diamond, dinosaurs, ocean hall and photography galleries.   This is a great place for school trip visits or simply bringing your family …"

  7. Cassandra Lund rated National Museum of Natural History

  8. Cassandra Lund rated National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

  9. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., United States

    The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is located on the National Mall. This beautiful garden contains both permenant and special exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. The gardens contain many beautiful flowers, trees and plants and even an ice rink d…"

  10. Cassandra Lund rated Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

  11. Cassandra Lund reviewed Ulysses S. Grant Memorial in Washington D.C., United States

    This monument is a set of three set in Washington DC. The three monuments are located in different directions with the Ulysees S. Grant Memorial being in the center of the three. The James A. Garfield Monument is located to the south and the Peace Monume…"

  12. Cassandra Lund rated National Museum of the American Indian

  13. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C., United States

    This museum is the first national museum completely dedicated to the study and learning of the history and present of the Native Americans. This museum is also free, located indoors and open all year round except December 25."

  14. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C., United States

    This museum, part of the Smithsonian, contains the largest collection of artifacts related to history air and spacecrafts in the entire world. The National Air and Space Museum also educates about planetary, terrestial geology and geophysic sciences. Th…"

  15. Cassandra Lund rated National Air and Space Museum

  16. Cassandra Lund reviewed Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., United States

    The Hirshhorn Museum helps visitors understand and appreciate the beauty of contemporary art. The Hirsshorn has three different levels for viewing and all should be explored. This museum is part of the Smithsonian Institution as well as 19 other museums.…"

  17. Cassandra Lund rated Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

  18. Cassandra Lund reviewed Arts and Industries Building in Washington D.C., United States

    This building is the second oldest of the Smithsonian Institution's museums in Washington DC. It is also a designated National Historic Landmark named in 1971. The building is currently in the process of renovations which began in 2004. The building cur…"

  19. Cassandra Lund rated Arts and Industries Building

  20. Cassandra Lund reviewed Smithsonian Institution Museums in Washington D.C., United States

    "Upon visiting the Smithsonian Institution Building, you will immediately realize why it is nicknamed “The Castle”. This beautiful and decorative building was completed in 1852. It contains a colorful plant garden on the outside of it's red Seneca sandsto…"

  21. Cassandra Lund rated Freer Gallery of Art

  22. Cassandra Lund reviewed Freer Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., United States

    Both the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery are the Smithsonian's prized museums of Asian Art. The Freer Gallery of Art is located on the National Mall's south side in Washington DC. This museum contains about 25,000 objects and span…"

  23. Cassandra Lund rated Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

  24. Cassandra Lund reviewed Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington D.C., United States

    After visiting the Freer Gallery, take an underground journey to the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery which also contains Asian and Mediterranean art. At this gallery you will find ancient Chinese Jade and bronzes from all over the world. All of the artifacts f…"

  25. Cassandra Lund rated National Museum of African Art

  26. Cassandra Lund reviewed National Museum of African Art in Washington D.C., United States

    This building was opened in 1964 as a private museum and became a part of the Smithsonian Institution in 1979. The building features history and artifacts from Africa, the beginning of humanity. This museum is located on the National Mall with it's main…"

  27. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Untouchables Shoot Out in Chicago, United States

    "Union Station is the gateway to Washington DC and was constructed in 1907. This station is used primarily for railroad trains, buses and subway trains. The station is visited by about 32 million tourists a year and contains an array of shopping and dinin…"

  28. Cassandra Lund reviewed Capitol Reflecting Pool in Washington D.C., United States

    The Capitol Reflecting Pool reflects both the Capitol and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial and is located in the United States Capitol Complex. The Capitol Reflecting Pool is located on the National Mall as well as many other sites. The pool was created to …"

  29. Cassandra Lund rated Capitol Reflecting Pool

  30. Cassandra Lund rated James A. Garfield Monument

  31. Cassandra Lund reviewed James A. Garfield Monument in Washington D.C., United States

    This magnificent statue is located on the grounds of the United States Capitol Complex. The James A. Garfield Monument is part of a three piece group which also includes the Peace Monument and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial. The monument was completed on …"

  32. Cassandra Lund reviewed Andrew Jackson Downing Memorial Urn in Washington D.C., United States

    Andrew Jackson Downing was a prominent figure in the arts of landscape and architecture. He also was a great fan of horticulture.  Downing helped design many of the scenes found in some of the most prominent buildings in Washington D.C. Some of thes…"

  33. Cassandra Lund rated Andrew Jackson Downing Memorial Urn

  34. Cassandra Lund rated Smithsonian Carousel

  35. Cassandra Lund reviewed Smithsonian Carousel in Washington D.C., United States

    This large and intricate carousel is located on the National Mall and is open every day except for December 25. The Carousel only operates in good weather and riding the carousel is $2. This is a great place to bring your family to for a fun ride in the…"

  36. Cassandra Lund reviewed University of Wisconsin in Madison, United States

    The University of Wisconsin is one of the most prestigious schools in the United States. It is ranked 11 in best universities in the United States. Of its 38 programs at the school 16 are ranked in the top 10 nationally. This means that the University of…"

  37. Cassandra Lund reviewed Babcock State Park in West Virginia, United States

    This beautiful and natural park will take your breath away as soon as you get here. The log cabins and pleasant streams will give you plenty to look at during your stay. If this does not satisfy you then there are plenty of outdoor activities to entertai…"

  38. Cassandra Lund reviewed John Brown Wax Museum in West Virginia, United States

    The John Brown Wax Museum is located in Harper's Ferry in West Virginia and is a short distance from Washington DC, Baltimore, Frederick and Winchester. This museum is a dedication to John Brown, an abolitionist against slavery. Brown has become infamous…"

  39. Cassandra Lund reviewed The National Radio Astronomy Observatory in West Virginia, United States

    The National Radio Astronomy Observatory is located in Green Bank, West Virginia. The Observatory houses the largest fully steerable Telescope in the world, the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope. The telescope is fully functional and helps scientists …"

  40. Cassandra Lund reviewed Prickett's Fort State Park in West Virginia, United States

    Pricketts Fort State Park is a living museum. Visit here and travel along with the Pricketts, settlers to the new world trying to survive their harsh surroundings. The building itself is a reconstructed log fort that served as a refuge from the Native A…"

  41. Cassandra Lund reviewed Battle of Point Pleasant in West Virginia, United States

    In modern day Point Pleasant, West Virginia, the Virginian Militia was attacked by American Indian troops. A long battle ensued and when it was all over the Virginian Militia signed a treaty with the Native Americans here. Here you can visit this histor…"

  42. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Cook-Hayman Pharmacy Museum in West Virginia, United States

    "The Cook-Hayman Pharmacy Museum is affiliated with West Virginia University and located in the same town of Morgantown. This unique museum takes a look at the progression of medicine through our countries history and even has a model of a 19th century ph…"

  43. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Arthurdale Heritage in West Virginia, United States

    "The Arthurdale Heritage was designated, under the Roosevelt New Deal, as a community. This meant that the land was purchased and residents and homes were selected to build a community. The residents were then assigned jobs in the community such as secret…"

  44. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine in West Virginia, United States

    Located in Beckley, West Virginia, this coal mine is one of the largest and most visited in the region. The Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine also contains the Rahall Company Store, visitor center, coal museum, fudgery and gift shop. Here visitors can also e…"

  45. Cassandra Lund reviewed Hawks Nest State Park in West Virginia, United States

    The beautiful Hawks Nest State Park is located in Fayette County, West Virginia. This is the site of the tragic Hawks Nest incident where many miners became sick after being exposed to silica and developing a bad lung infection, sillicosis, as a result.…"

  46. Cassandra Lund reviewed Lost World Caverns in North Island, New Zealand

    "The Lost World Caverns is an amazing adventure while in Lewisburg, West Virginia. These ancient caverns are located just outside of Lewisburg and have been named a national landmark. On a tour of the caverns you will descend 120 feet below the Earth's …"

  47. Cassandra Lund reviewed West Virginia Capitol Complex in Charleston, United States

    The West Virginia Capitol Complex spans 18 acres and is located in Charleston, WV on the Kanawha Boulevard. This complex was built in 1925 and is one of the countries historical places. The West Virginia State Capitol building was designed by Cass Gilbe…"

  48. Cassandra Lund reviewed Historic East End in Charleston, United States

    The Historic East End is located in Charleston, West Virginia and lays between the Great Kanawah River and Washington Street. It is also close to the West Virginia State Capitol. The area is renowned for the amazing architecture and diversity of the bui…"

  49. Cassandra Lund reviewed Heritage Farm and Museum in West Virginia, United States

    The Heritage Farm and Museum is a place for families and friends to learn about the ways of the past in America. Here you can experience life in the old days and discover a one-room schoolhouse, country stores, log homes and blacksmith shops. There are …"

  50. Cassandra Lund reviewed Harper's Ferry National Historic Park in United States

    The Harper's Ferry National Historic Park spans over 4,000 acres and is in several different states including West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia. The most notable part of the park is the town of Harper's Ferry that is known for the uprising of aboliti…"

  51. Cassandra Lund commented on Battlefield of Antietam in Appalachian States, United States

    "The Battle of Antietam was the first battle in the American Civil War to take place on Northern soil and was the bloodiest single-day battle in American History. The battle here took 23,000 casualties in about twelve hours. The battlefield offers tours, …"

  52. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Berkley Springs State Park in West Virginia, United States

    The Berkley Springs State park is a great place for a relaxing vacation. The spas in the park are a great visit, seeing as they are believed to have restorative powers. Both Native People and George Washington are said to have visited these springs. The…"

  53. Cassandra Lund reviewed Manito Park and Garden in Washington, United States

    Manito Park and Garden is located in Spokane, Washington. The gardens here are the main attraction because they are luscious and colorful.  The Japanese Garden is a highlight in Spring and Auntum, but there are also sledding slopes at the park durin…"

  54. Cassandra Lund reviewed Mount Rainier in Seattle, United States

    "The Mount Rainier National Park was the fifth state park established in the United States. The park is 368 square miles and includes all of Mount Rainier, with the highest point being 14,000 feet. Around the volcano are many beautiful landscapes includ…"

  55. Cassandra Lund reviewed Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Washington, United States

    The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is located in Spokane, Washington and is located at 2316 W. First Avenue. The museum contains over 68,000 objects of fine art from the Americas, Europe and Asia.  The museum also incorporates the Joel E. Fer…"

  56. Cassandra Lund reviewed North Cascades National Park in Washington, United States

    The North Cascades National Park is located in Northern Washington.  The park contained 318 glaciers in 1971 but then they started shrinking, but have in recent years started to grow again - which is good news.  The largest glacier currently in…"

  57. Cassandra Lund reviewed Greenbank Farm in Washington, United States

    Greenbank Farm has wine tastings, an art gallery and cheese shops.  it also has other shops and all of them are open 7 days a week. The span of Greenbank Farm is 522 acres including fields, forests and wetlands, so you can also partake in outdoor a…"

  58. Cassandra Lund reviewed Makah Cultural and Research Center in Washington, United States

    The Makah Cultural and Research Center is located on the Olympic Peninsula in Neah Bay, Washington. The center is home to many Makah artifacts and treasures from years passed. The permanent gallery at the Makah Cultural and Research Center has 300-500 y…"

  59. Cassandra Lund reviewed Northwest Maritime Center in Washington, United States

    The Northwest Maritime Center is an educational experience to teach all curious visitors about contemporary maritime life. The center has plenty of activities and exhibitions to keep you entertained during your visit. The Northwest Maritime Center is de…"

  60. Cassandra Lund reviewed San Juan Islands in Washington, United States

    The San Juan Islands is made up of 4 smaller islands - Orcas Island, Lopez Island, San Juan Island and Shaw Island. These islands have many things for visitors to do including camping, resorts, spas, state parks, boat tours, whale watching and more. The…"

  61. Cassandra Lund reviewed Seattle Aquarium in Seattle, United States

    The Seattle Aquarium has many exhibits and activities for all family members and visitors.  Some of the exhibits found at the Seattle Aquarium include Giant Pacific Octopus, Crashing Waves Exhibit, Tide Pool, Pacific Coral Reef, Shore Birds and Alc…"

  62. Cassandra Lund reviewed Olympic Sculpture Park in Washington D.C., United States

    The Olympic Sculpture Park was opened in 2007 and consists of many artistic pieces for the public to view. Admission to the park is free so it is a great attraction to visit for an enjoyable day of relaxing. Some of the pieces at the park include Wake, …"

  63. Cassandra Lund reviewed Experience Music Project/ Science Fiction Museum in Washington D.C., United States

    The Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum is a museum dedicated to the arts of popular music exploration and science fiction and is located in Seattle, Washington. The Experience Music Project was created by the co-founder of Microsoft Pau…"

  64. Cassandra Lund reviewed Pioneer Square in Seattle, United States

    Pioneer Square is the location of Seattle's original downtown area dating back to as far as 1852. The area is built in late 19th century architecture and contains some of the best remaining Romanesque Revival style urban architecture. The last manually o…"

  65. Cassandra Lund commented on Pike Place Market in Seattle, United States

    "The Pike Place Market is located in Seattle, Washington on the Elliott Bay Waterfront. This market is one of the oldest continually operated farmers' markets in the United States. This is one of the most popular attractions in Seattle for tourists. The m…"

  66. Cassandra Lund reviewed Mount St Helens in US West Coast, United States

    "The Eruption of Mt. St. Helens on May 18, 1980 measured 5.1 on the Richter Scale. This eruption caused the death of 57 people and thousands of animals. It also buried about 230 of forrest and changed the landscape around the volcano completely. The erupt…"

  67. Cassandra Lund reviewed Cape Flattery Scenic Byway in Washington D.C., United States

    Cape Flattery is said to be one of the most beautiful and scenic places in the area and is located in the Makah Indian Reservation. Cape Flattery is located in the most northern part of the United States. There are 5 different perches where observers ca…"

  68. Cassandra Lund reviewed Adam Thoroughgood House in Virginia Beach, United States

    "This house is believed to have belonged to Adam Thoroughgood, an indentured servant who arrived in Virginia in 1622. He became a community leader, a member of the House of Burgesses and was granted 5,350 acres of land. The house that stands here now pro…"

  69. Cassandra Lund reviewed Pope-Leighey House in Virginia, United States

    The Pope- Leighey House was built by arcitect Frank Lloyd Wright and is located on the grounds of Woodlawn Plantation, Alexandria, Virginia. The house was built as a solution for affordable and modestly sized housing for the typical American family that …"

  70. Cassandra Lund reviewed Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, United States

    The Shenandoah National Park is located in the Northern part of Virginia and includes the Blue Ridge Mountain Range. The park is 199,017 acres with almost 40% of the land designated as wilderness. The most popular attraction in the park is Skyline Drive.…"

  71. Cassandra Lund reviewed Natural Bridge of Virginia in Virginia, United States

    The Natural Bridge is an astounding 20 story solid rock formation completely formed by nature. Some of the attractions at the Natural Bridge include: Natural Bridge, Natural Bridge Caverns, Cedar Creek Trail, Monacan Indian Village, Drama of Creation (sh…"

  72. Cassandra Lund reviewed Montshire Museum of Science in Vermont, United States

    The Montshire Museum of Science is located in Norwich, Vermont along the Connecticut River spanning 110-acres. It contains interactive science exhibits and an outdoor science park for visitors to enjoy. The museum prides itself on hands on activities for…"

  73. Cassandra Lund reviewed The Paramount Theater in Vermont, United States

    Also known as The Playhouse, the Paramount Theater is located in Rutland, Vermont. This theater was thought as one of the finest in the early 20th century. The artistic design and classical style exterior mesmerized visitors during their visit to the bui…"

  74. Cassandra Lund reviewed Plymouth Notch Historic District in Plymouth, United States

    Plymouth Notch is located in Plymouth, Vermont and is a small village where Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States was born. The town includes many historical attractions such as museums, general store, a still operative cheese factory …"

  75. April 2011
  76. Cassandra Lund commented on Winterthur Garden in Lakes Midwest, United States

    "Winterthur is the premier museum of decorative arts in America with 85,000 objects made or used in America. The museum is the old house of the Henry Francis du Pont family and also houses a garden, library, meadows, a book store, dining and tours. The 1…"

  77. Cassandra Lund commented on Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, United States

    "The Philadelphia Museum of Art is located at the west end of Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. It is one of the largest museums in the United States and is modeled after London's Victoria and Albert Museum. The museum has had many famous visiting paintings …"

  78. Cassandra Lund commented on The Gettysburg Battlefield in US East Coast, United States

    "The battle of Gettysburg was a turning point in the Civil War with the South invading the North. It was also a particularly bloody war with over 50,000 casualties. The war ended with a victory on the side of the Union and ended Robert E. Lee's invasion. …"

  79. Cassandra Lund reviewed Badlands, South Dakota in South Dakota, United States

    "The Badlands National Park is located in southwest South Darkota. This fossil bed used to be home to large land mammals such as the saber-toothed tiger, rhinos and horses. Now the park is 244,000 acres and contains both grass areas and large rock deposit…"

  80. Cassandra Lund reviewed The 'Little House on the Prairie' in South Dakota, United States

    "Laura Ingalls Wilder is most famous for her book “Little House on the Prarie”. Come see the town of De Smet, South Dakota where Laura's family resided and places she wrote about in her book. The Surveyor's House and the “House That Pa Built” are both her…"

  81. Cassandra Lund commented on Bluff Balloon Festival in Utah, United States

    "This unique festival is located in Bluff, Utah and held for just a few days in the winter. The festival started off with just one balloon and has grown in size and popularity ever since! Volunteers and professionals float across the sky in hot-air balloo…"

  82. Cassandra Lund commented on Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah, United States

    "The Natural Bridges National Monument was made by small streams slowly cutting through stone to make these natural structures. There are three of these bridges, each named after a different Native American tribe that resided in the area, “Kachina,” “Owac…"

  83. Cassandra Lund commented on Red Mountain Resort & Spa in Saint George, United States

    "There are many activities to keep you entertained while at the Red Mountain Resort & Spa. Located in St. George, Utah, this 82 room spa has beautiful views and knows how to pamper. Some activities include dining, spa, healthy living activities and more. …"

  84. Cassandra Lund reviewed Canyonlands National Park in Mountain States, United States

    "The Canyonlands National Park has an array of different landscapes and activities to treat you with during your visit. There are canyons, mesas, buttes and of course the Colorado River. The Colorado divides the park into 4 segments including the Island i…"

  85. Cassandra Lund commented on Sundance Film Festival in Mountain States, United States

    "The Sundance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the United States held in January. The location of the festival ranges from Park City to Salt Lake City to Ogden. The festival was begun in August of 1978 and was created to attract m…"

  86. Cassandra Lund commented on Virginia Beach in Virginia Beach, United States

    "Virginia Beach has a plethora of activities to enjoy. Here they have anything from Ripley's Believe It Or Not to Beet Festivals. They also have more beachy activities such as horseback riding, The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center, Whale Watchi…"

  87. Cassandra Lund commented on The First and Second Battles of Bull Run in Centreville, United States

    "Bull Run was the location of the first major land battle in the American Civil War. The battle was fought near the current city of Manassas. The battle began on July 21, 1861 and both resulted in a Confederate victory. These battles were fought over a ye…"

  88. Cassandra Lund commented on Adam Thoroughgood House in Virginia Beach, United States

    "This house is believed to have belonged to Adam Thoroughgood, an indentured servant who arrived in Virginia in 1622. He became a community leader, a member of the House of Burgesses and was granted 5,350 acres of land. The house that stands here now real…"

  89. Cassandra Lund commented on Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, United States

    "There is plenty to see and do in the Colonial Willamsburg area. Some activities include dining, shopping, spas, hotels, golf, museums, exhibits, parades, tours, theater and many more. There are also 2 surrounding historic towns that make up a colonial tr…"

  90. Cassandra Lund commented on Mount Vernon in Washington D.C., United States

    "Come to Mount Vernon and meet the plantation residence of the first American President George Washington. The plantation is built in a neoclassic Georgian style and is located on the Potomac River. At Mount Vernon you can eat, shop, tour or simply relax …"

  91. March 2011
  92. Cassandra Lund commented on Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury, United States

    "The Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory is located in the Green Mountains of Vermont in Waterbury. The guided tours that are offered will take you through the educational and fun process of the making of one of America's favorite ice cream brands. Your tou…"

  93. Cassandra Lund commented on Seattle's Space Needle in Seattle, United States

    "The Seattle Space Needle is a must see for visitors to the Seattle area. The Space needle is visible from all around the city and is worth a visit. The needle is open all year round and is not closed on specific holidays. Prices for tickets range from $1…"

  94. Cassandra Lund reviewed Fort Casey Underwater Park in Washington D.C., United States

    "Fort Casey is located on Widbey Island, Washington. Fort Casey State Park is a 467 acre marine park and has two guns on display. Fort Casey and two other bases, Fort Flagler on Marrowstone Island, and Fort Worden at Port Townsend, were said to be a “tria…"

  95. February 2011
  96. Cassandra Lund reviewed Yellowstone National Park in Mountain States, United States

    "This is America's first national park and was established in 1872. Here you can see everything a landscape has to offer including geysers (Old Faithful), hot springs and canyons. There are over 300 geyseys in the park and 10,000 hydrothermal features. Th…"

  97. Cassandra Lund reviewed Grand Tetons in Mountain States, United States

    "Come to North-Western Wyoming to see beautiful nature such as lakes, mountains and wildlife. Four million visitors come to this park a year. Some wildlife found in Grand Teton include moose and bison. There are plenty of scientific activities and adven…"

  98. Cassandra Lund commented on Devils Tower in Mountain States, United States

    "Devil's Tower National Monument is a natural rock formation that rises 5,112 feet above sea level. This site is a great spot for adventurous mountain climbers as well as those just looking to take pictures of this natural display of nature. This site i…"

  99. Cassandra Lund reviewed Germany

    "If you want the best experience in Germany, go for a bed and breakfast in the region. Not only are these places a home away from home, but the people who work there are usually extremely nice. I have NEVER had a bad experience at a bed and breakfast, alt…"

  100. Cassandra Lund reviewed Bath

    "Next our tour led to Bath, which was about a 2 hour drive away from stonehenge, through small villages and windy roads. Our tour guide told us the history of bath and the famous people who lived there. Jane Austen, who has written many of her books about…"

  101. Cassandra Lund reviewed Stonehenge in South East England, United Kingdom

    "Stonehenge is full of mysteries and theories based on the creation of the stones. The stones were brought from hundreds of miles away at Pembrokeshire, Wales and brought to the site. The stones were erected here by a culture that left no records of their…"

  102. Cassandra Lund reviewed Bavaria

    "Bavaria is a great place to go as a family. I have been to many countries but my first ever trip over seas was to Bavaria with my family when I was 13. This trip enchanted me and has stayed with me through my various other travels as my first. This trip …"

  103. Cassandra Lund reviewed Edinburgh

    "During our stay in Edinburgh, we were lucky to find a free-student run tour of the area. Our tour was extensive and last for several hours. It was very in depth and showed us many of the sights in Edinburgh that a normal tour would take you on. We were …"

  104. Cassandra Lund commented on Westminster Abbey in London, United Kingdom

    "Our tour of Westminster Abbey started in the outside archways of the church. We were led to the outside square of the church where monks walk around daily. Our tour guide then took us inside to see the beautiful and ornate church. This once Catholic Chur…"

  105. Cassandra Lund reviewed Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

    "You can either climb up the Eiffel Towers 600+ stairs or take the elevator to whatever floor makes you nauseous; first, second or third. If you have a time limit take note to what floor you can afford to go up to , seeing as elevators making their way ba…"

  106. Cassandra Lund commented on Spirits of the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, United States

    "Good review. I went on the Halloween tour of the prison and it was scary! Good stuff."

  107. Cassandra Lund commented on Tutankhamun's Tomb and the Curse of the Pharaohs in Luxor, Egypt

    "I believe this is going to be closed after this year, sad I will not be able to see it due to the riots"

  108. January 2011
  109. Cassandra Lund commented on Monaco Grand Prix in Monaco

    "Board a cruise ship that will take you through Italy, France and onto Monaco. An 8 day journey to Portofino, Nice and Cannes with the majority of your stay in Monaco for the Grand Prix... Off the coast of France, an independent country basks in the Medi…"

  110. Cassandra Lund commented on New York Shopping Weekend

    "Really informative, liked it a lot."

  111. Cassandra Lund reviewed Houses of Parliament in London, United Kingdom

    "Parliament is the most recognizable British icon in the country. The interior is just as beautiful as the gold exterior. Inside the building, while on a tour, you can explore the Houses of Parliament, House of Lords and Westminster Hall. You can notice t…"

  112. Cassandra Lund reviewed Maryland

    "This small state on the Mid Atlantic area of the United States is worth a visit. This state is located right next to Washington D.C. and has plenty of things to do in the state as well. Visiting Baltimore is a great way to spend your time in Maryland. …"

  113. Cassandra Lund reviewed Pennsylvania

    "There is plenty to do in this East coast state. Being one of the most popular states in the country, there is something to do for everyone. There are plenty of outdoor activities such as The Poconos for skiing, Hershey Park, Dorney park, and camping. The…"

  114. Cassandra Lund commented on Szechenyi Baths in Budapest, Hungary

    "Very fun and a must for someone who wants to really experience what Budapest has to offer"

  115. Cassandra Lund commented on Gion and Geisha in Kyoto, Japan

    "During our stay in Japan I wanted to experience many new things such as sushi, Japanese language, unique architecture and kimonos. More than anything I wanted to see a Geisha. Sadly our tour guide informed us that there were only 300 left in Kyoto and it…"

  116. Cassandra Lund commented on Scotland

    "yes of course!"

  117. Cassandra Lund commented on Three Tokyo Days

    "Nice review! It was very informational and a good read."

  118. Cassandra Lund commented on Remember the Alamo in San Antonio in San Antonio, United States

    "I think the Alamo exhibit is a very interesting one and is worth the trip to San Antonio. This is probably only if you like history. The Alamo itself is a small building and takes only about half an hour to go through, at the most. They also have a fanta…"

  119. Cassandra Lund reviewed Prague

    "Prague has good beer and interesting food that is different from the most visited Western Europe. It is also good for a new traveller curious about history and inovative architecture."

  120. Cassandra Lund commented on Anne Frank House & Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    "You would never think when standing outside of this house what happened inside. Two full families hid in this house for several months during World War Two when the Jewish people were being persecuted. Not only did they have to hide here, they could not …"