Our next stop on our way to Lake Taupo was Rotorua and the nearby Okere Falls. Rotorua is the major city in the Bay of Plenty region and is about 230 km away from Auckland. The area is especially known for its geothermal activity and its hot pools. This also explains why the tourism industry in this spa town is the largest industry of the region. However, during our stop, the town… Read More

There are not many luxury hotels in Montevideo, which is why we chose Hilton Garden Inn Montevideo for our two night stay. The rooms are spacious, but not especially cozy. In addition, there’s a small pool, a decent gym and an okay breakfast. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!

The Star Alliance Lounge Sao Paulo is one of a handfull lounges operated by Star Alliance. All other lounges are either operated by the member airlines of third parties. Personally, I’d say that the Star Alliance makes a good job with its lounges in Sao Paulo! You can find more content about Sao Paulo on our city page! All Star Alliance lounges are located at hubs of major competitors. In case of… Read More

Montevideo in Uruguay is definitely not a touristic hot spot, but comes with a laid-back, relaxed feeling to it. Lots of remarkable buildings from the past dominate the image of the city. Moreover, the city offers an extensive Rambla along the Rio de la Plata! As usual, stay tuned for a more extensive post on Montevideo here on traveluxblog.com!

For our two night stay in the capital of Argentina, we opted for Hilton Buenos Aires as our hotel of choice. The property got an impressive lobby, relatively modern rooms and a lot of facilities including a gym, a pool and an Executive Lounge. The upgrade to a Junior Suite was a nice gesture as well. Stay tuned for an extensive review here on traveluxblog!

After staying at the brand new Sofitel Wellington, I decided to also give InterContinental Wellington a try. The hotel is located in the immediate city center of Wellington and thus is a great choice for any business or leisure stay. Yet, I’d say that the hotel is a little overpriced. You can find more content about Wellington on our city page! For my stay at InterContinental Wellington, I had booked a rate… Read More

After visiting the most southern city of Argentina, we’ve just explored the vibrant capital Buenos Aires. Despite being a huge city, it has a very welcoming feeling to it. Not only are there many historical buildings, but also lots of green areas. Also we were blessed with perfect weather for sightseeing! As usual, we’ll follow up with an extensive post about the city!

Happy Easter from Santiago de Chile! Our tour through South America is getting to an end, but there’s still a lot of more content about our trip coming up here on traveluxblog! We hope that you enjoyed our impressions as well as our reviews and guides last week. Here’s all our content summed up! We’ve started into the week with impressions of Casa Andina Sacred Valley! How about holidays? Here’s our extensive… Read More

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Adelaide Airport is the fifth biggest airport in Australia and is important for both, domestic and international traffic. The airport serves a little less than ten million passengers and offers a little less than ten international routes on a permanent basis. After Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, Adelaide Airport is the fifth biggest airport in Australia and serves as a hub for Qantas as well as several regional airlines. Adelaide Airport is… Read More