Bend, Oregon has eleven (and counting) world-class craft breweries within walking distance of each other, and with your Bend Ale Trail app, map and Passport, you can track your route to all of them. Collect digital stamps from each brewery by QR code scan or Facebook check-in on the trail then stop by the Visit Bend Visitor Center and show your completed passport to receive an official Bend Ale Trail one-of-a-kind prize. Visit Three Creeks Brewery in Sisters (#12) for extra credit and get an additional prize.
Keep tabs on the Bend Ale Trail and start your Bend brewery adventure at www.BendAleTrail.com.
Each site has a photo and description. There are visual references to architectural styles, sliding panoramas of the major streets, and a recommended route.
The app shows your location in real time over a satellite view map image. Clicking an icon brings up a description of the nearest interesting building to your location.
The app can be also used remotely to tour Lunenburg from afar.
The app has many features useful to those interested in historic Halifax architecture, such as integration with Google Directions and StreetView. There are reference sections on the styles and architects, and alternate methods for selecting the site records.
The app can be used remotely for a virtual tour, or with the phone GPS for an actual walkabout.
Four walks are detailed which pass many of the best sites, each tour taking a couple of hours. Three begin at the Pier 21 cruise ship dock, the fourth begins at the Old Town Clock below Citadel Hill Fortress.
The guide is aimed at devoted fans of heritage architecture and goes well beyond the obvious localities most visited by tourists.
The very old Schmidtville neighbourhood, the grand Queen Anne homes of the Deep South End, and the West End district with many Arts and Crafts homes are all included. It is probably the most extensive guide to the Halifax sites available in any format, including printed form.
Even for someone raised in the city, Halifax will never look quite the same after taking these tours.
This application is designed by a backpacker+programmer from Taiwan. Collecting UNESCO world heritage sites all around the world is interesting. Hope this application help travelers to find out the information of each world heritage site.
In this application, you can find the latest images, blog posts, weather forecasts of every world heritage sites.
The images are obtained from Flickr API, the weather data are from weatheronline.com, and the blogs are from yahoo.com search API. I cannot guarantee the correctness of weather forecasts and the search results.
In this application, you can add your records, favorites, and subscriptions of the sites.
You can use these functions to record and plan your trips.
The backup / restore functions are based on the same Google Account.
If you have multiple mobile devices with the same google account, you can use backup and restore functions to synchronize them.
Simple and intuitive to use, the app allows you to search for places to visit in a number of ways. Use the near me map or list to find out what’s around your current location, or our unique Day Out finder wheel which suggests places based on your selected region or county as well as any specific needs like somewhere that’s great for the kids, or something coastal, or that allows dogs.
Other useful features include:
• Events at places to visit
• Don’t miss tips for when you arrive
• Times, prices, directions and more
• Picture galleries
• Favourites - build your own list
• Share with your friends
• Scalable maps
A great app for anyone on the move or planning a trip, you can explore all 400 English Heritage places to visit and never be lost for ideas for a great day out again!
Please note that this app will not run on Android phones with smaller screens (eg HTC Wildfire)
Heritage Hunter features maps and Information about our History, Stations, Locomotives and local attractions and eateries.
The app features a ‘Heritage Hunt’ where you have five tasks to undertake at each station to complete your scrapbook. At each station carry out the tasks including finding hidden tags at each of the stations. Use the clues in the app scrapbook to find them then use the app scanner by pointing your camera to reveal hidden objects using augmented reality.
Once you have completed 100% of the ‘Heritage Hunter’ you will be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a Family Day Rover and an annual draw to win one year’s free travel on the West Somerset Railway. In addition all completed scrapbook holders will receive West Somerset Railway discount vouchers as a reward for completing the ‘Heritage Hunter’.
Check out our web site for suggested timetable itineraries to allow you to maximise your visit to allow you to visit as many stations as possible.
The Festival will be held on the Broadway Pier with food and live music and nearly 60 different breweries serving up 120 varieties of tasty brews.