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  1. for the first one: i just saw a show in GER which is called achtung Abzocke: there are several tours which are scams. if you are booking a tour and it starts at 7 am. they drive you around for hours (persumable to collect all the passangers of the tour), you're not getting food, water etc. i think this review is a warning for one of thoose tours.

  2. The Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen… and you need to understand that India is not London. We can't expect other countries be like ours.

  3. What? Parking far away in yellowstone? Literally we were so impressed how you dont need to walk anywhere, we are used to european style hiking where you hike all day with a lunch break. Some people are really lazy

  4. People who visit Tennessee usually complain either about how they (usually firefighters) won’t “turn on” the smoke over the mountains or it was on “too long”. Someone also complained about the fires by putting the blame on the firefighters like they’re the ones that started it. Those people also said it “ruined their trip”. What’s sad is business were burned down and some people lost their own houses.

  5. My God, are these real?! It feels like at least some of the HAVE to be someone's idea of a joke. I know people can be pretty stupid – but THIS stupid?!?
    5:04 – Wow! Charlotte, you look remarkably good superimposed on… is that the Sphinx?
    6:01 – I've heard that the pyramids were mostly built by workers who were not slaves and who were actually paid in beer! I'm not kidding!
    9:06 – I admit I could get behind her "no toilet" objection. A person has needs!

  6. I would really like to know, where does the person calling Agra (over 1.5 millions population) a small town, live? Is he/she from a middle-range Chinese town? Bc otherwise…

  7. The Great Wall of China, frequently billed as the only man-made object visible from space, generally isn't, at least to the unaided eye in low Earth orbit. It certainly isn't visible from the Moon. It is merely a myth. On a side-note, my friend has been to almost all of these places, I showed her this video and she not only debunked most of the reviews, but said it inspired her to see them again (happily).

  8. The thing is, I'm not really sure why people visit iconic historical sites without being interested in (or at least openminded about) the actual history. If you care AT ALL about the subject matter you'll probably have a much better time regardless of any local eccentricities and attendant tourist trap evils you might encounter. If you go there expecting Disney World you'll probably be disappointed.
    Like, seriously, these people should read a book or something before galivanting around the world.

  9. To be fair quite a few of these I don't think are reviewing the sites but the experience. If a place isn't like what it's sold as, then it's good to get the real view before you spend thousands going. Alot of these places listed are tourist traps now, and can be a totally different experience than you were expecting. So they're good for that. And the guy with the beer I feel had a gripe with the company. The Yellowstone person was just being honest. I don't think the park took offence

  10. That one review on the Pyramids read like Anakin went there and then posted the review under a Psuedonym. It's a desert. Also, I agree. How dare the Great wall be thousands of years old.

  11. My friend, without her husband's knowledge, packed a hair-dryer in her backpack on a tour of Machu Picchu and expected said husband to carry it, then complained about the lack of facilities!
    This is the same woman who had a toddler-worthy tantrum when she couldn't get any meat at the vegetarian restaurant at the Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. She also refused to climb the stairs to see the Tian Tan Buddha. This was several years ago, before the cable car.

  12. You would think these people would do some research before traveling. Like your visiting something that’s centuries old, you expect them to roll out a red carpet for you? Who would wear a dress to see the pyramids in Egypt??? People are funny 🤣

  13. Hi Charlotte! I live in Tennessee and I have an acquaintance in Ontario who's going through a bit of a rough patch. He's newly separated and doesn't know many people there and I thought that maybe you would know some people that wouldn't mind letting him come along on outings? He's very funny and also has a YouTube channel, mostly shorts though. His name is Mark Chrispy. You can take a look. He's really hilarious. Thank you for your time Charlotte.

  14. Loved this episode. Please do similar content in the future, and not only ancient places but travel reviews to touristy cities like London, Rome, whatever. I bet there's some hilarious stuff out there.

  15. I spent a couple months for work in India so planned a weekend to Delhi and Agra to see the Taj Mahal. It was wonderful. I am still in awe of this and other sites I visited while in Delhi. If you have an opportunity, go! My only complaint was the tour guide my travel agent in Bangalore hired rushed me and I wasn’t able to just sit and enjoy the beautiful structure. Well, I was but he was very impatient to get me to his shops to buy stuff! Take TP (they were out and hoses to wash were not working) and wipes to wash your hands (no soap when I was there, but I was warned ahead of time.)

    The drive was long and Agra was a typical Indian town. It was a wonderful experience all around. Go if you have the opportunity!

  16. I can attest that you absolutely can drink on a bus in Mexico. When I was 17 the bus taking us from the airport to the hotel was selling beer out of a cooler as soon as you stepped into it. I’m not a huge fan of beer but I was parched, so I bought one and drank it on the way. This may not be for everywhere in Mexico though.

  17. Well if the person visiting Loch Ness would have only stopped for some smoked salmon and a wee dram (like I did) they might have enjoyed it more. This all reminds me of the 25 years I spent working at a ski resort and hearing people complain about the weather. We like the snow, it makes for better ski conditions.

  18. I have to admit, I don’t get going to historical sights… they just bore me. I have been to Rome and yeh the Coliseum is there… I went to Athens and yeh the History… yawn!

  19. Yeah like obviously the tour guide is gonna be Italian like you think people from like America or England or where that person was from are gonna move all the way to Italy just to be a tour guide like I’d be a tour guide here if I liked doing that or needed a job but I wouldn’t learn a new language find a place in a different country and then have to deal with the stuff that comes with moving to a new country just to be a tour guide

  20. My complaint about the Colosseum is that they let too many people in. When I went there the line was massive. We ended up paying extra for a VIP tour which let us skip the line, but it was so crowded that it was impossible to stay with the tour guide and I had to constantly fight through the crowd and look at staying with the guide that I couldn't really take in the site. Half way through I completely lost the guide and then wandered on my own and looked around. Wandering isn't the right term. Picture a pack crowd where you are literally turning sideways and pushing between people. Still, it was amazing to be there and see it. It was 112 degrees(It was an unusual heat wave, even the locals were complaining) and the line to get in was several hours long.

    Having said all that, it was amazing and I would go back in a second. Here is a link to a photo from when I was there. You can see the line going out of the photo to the right and around the building to the left. What you see is maybe half the line or less and it moves very slowly.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Nuwv5MQRkTvD4oAwStcQxalU-dlWiuSc/view?usp=sharing

  21. Ok two things on the colosseum that these dingbats didn’t get. 1) it’s old as fuck ,and 2) during Romes collapse they actually ended up using pieces of the structure to rebuild homes and other important structures.

  22. The pyramids weren't built by slaves. Just a little tid-bit of info. The Pharoahs paid workers of Food and clothing along with other items. But apparently Pharoah Khufu and Pharoah Khafre closed the temples of Egypt to get a big enough work force, but this info about the closing of the temples was written by a white person over 1000 years later so the info should be taken with a grain of salt

  23. These "reviews" are so outrageous. The entitlement to criticize one in history buildings that survived hundreds, sometimes even thousands of years,
    that no person or country could afford to build nowadays, is just mind blowing.
    Not to forget the fact, that they were built with the respective knowledge and craftsmen ship of their time,
    oftentimes sacrificing thousands of workers/slaves in order to achieve this… 😳

  24. Travel is good for most people. They learn things, and get to experience life in a different way. But there are some people who will never get anything out of travel. They go to a different country thousands of miles from their home, and expect it to be like Disneyland! And complain about EVERYTHING! It’s really sad. They don’t know what they’re missing!

  25. Those reviews made headlines in Italy this summer. People complain about the colosseum "not being finished" and looking nothing like the one in the movie "the gladiator "…sure honey. We haven't finished it yet, we Are still missing doors and windows 😂

  26. What a bunch of whiners! I would be happy at any of these beautiful places. Can you imagine dating one of these people? It would be a hard no for me, I couldn't take these people!

  27. Oh wow, who knew a museum about the history of nature would have animals in it? Nature only means trees and rocks right? The shock, the absolute HORROR that animals are considered a part of nature! How daft do you have to be? XD

  28. The criticisms are actually fair. Especially those about the economic state of the locals. The public officials spend more money to attract foreign tourists than to take care of the locals and build the local economy. If only more people engaged in ethical tourism. You have less fun if most people in the country are living in poverty.

  29. The Taj Mahal building is indeed a magnificent building, but the bit inside that they allow you to see is indeed quite small. And yes it does smell. The ladies on our tour group wanted to use the toilets just before we left, but once they saw what they would have to deal with, they all decided to just cross their legs back to the hotel.

  30. Charlotte, you should visit Prague. My husband and I went there on our honeymoon and I fell in love with this city. The history is AWESOME! We also visited Amsterdam and Vienna. Loved them all. Sadly, I was sick in Vienna so I didn't get to see as much as I wanted too, but planning on going back again.

  31. Expected the sand to be cleares away for you? What do you expect, 100 people standing there waiting for you, broom in hand to swipe the sand away from your feet 🤔 or perhaps a leaf blower, that will go much faster 🤦🏼‍♀️

  32. What I've learned about Chichen Itza is the town just before it, Piste, has two pollo asado spots on the main road. I've had the good fortune of eating at the same spot twice. Both times the chicken was phenomenal.

  33. Imagine having the privilege to go to these destinations and not appreciate the history and culture. I was lucky enough to go to Venice through a school trip I was in awe! Probably the only place I’ll get to go to outside the uk. It was beautiful.. my friend had about 500 pigeons on her it was beautiful 😂😂

  34. These reviews are clearly by people who should never leave home if this is how they are going to act toward historical monuments. I'm just going to take a guess that most of these "reviews" were done by Americans.

  35. I have been to Petra, and if anyone here is debating the trip? Book and go! just do it, Beautiful BEAUTIFUL area. I visited family out there, and they were asking if I wanted to see Petra and I was like "Sure!" Best decision. there are caves dug into the walls where the people used to live and I still remember being inside of one with my cousins and this american couple were in the same cave and the woman just turned to her husband and was like "Oooh this must have been the living room?" facepalms yeah, Living room, Kitchen, Toilet, bedroom… its a cave! xD and Cave is an overstatement, its a small hole in a wall!

    But seriously beautiful, Hierglyphics on the walls as you enter, it really is as vibrant in reds and pinks as the photos portray!

  36. My dream is to visit the Terracotta Army! I can’t even imagine the sight of them! I know one is in Londons museum but to see the actual site.. mind blowing. I’d love to be in a financial position to take my dad.

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