Tag Archives: Review

Riu Palace Cabo San Lucas Hotel and Room Tour

Hi It’s Sheri from CruiseTipsTV. Today we are going to take a look at the beautiful Riu Palace Hotel in one of our favorite cruise destinations; Cabo San Lucas. When you arrive at the entrance side of the Riu Palace you’re greeted by solemn statue surrounded by tons of agave plants. On this side of… Read More »

Tesla Holiday Update 2019 – First Impressions! (2019.40.50)

VISITING an EARPHONE Shop in MANILA – Techshop28 Visit! ( English Subtitles, Filipino )

hey guys zpolt here and i am back for another video and today we are going to visit techshop28 so I’ve been getting review units from them for a long time and I haven’t really vlogged about them so this the day for that and I’m gonna show you guys what’s like inside techshop 28… Read More »

Florida Travel: LGBT Getaways in the Palm Beaches

(upbeat electronic music) – As someone who is part of the LGBT community, and especially a trans woman, when I travel to different destinations safety is an important thing for me. In the Palm Beaches, I feel very safe on my day-to-day life, and really enjoy living here. The Palm Beaches is a great place… Read More »

Latinos Taste Test Each Other’s Holiday Dishes // Sponsored By Verizon

– I think I was like three, and I remember seeing the head of a pig in a trash can and that’s how you know you’re Cuban. (upbeat cheerful music) – The 24th is the big day. – Traditionally, we celebrate Noche Buena. – And then the food is like the main dish. – Yeah.… Read More »

Interpose Xmas Greetings: 1996 Holiday Shmup for DOS

[door closing, footsteps] Yeah, pretty good thrifting I find I gotta say! [trips, stuff fumbles around] The heck is that? [sighs, box clunking around] [metallic squeaking] -This does not bode well. [clone wheezing] -Christmaasss! [box opens, background clone noises] Alright what in — Interpose? [incredulous mumbling] What in the world is this? C’mon. Oh no.… Read More »

Florida Travel: Visit South Beach, Miami

South Beach is famous for its colorful lifeguard towers, which were donated to the city.