Posts Tagged‘Architecture’

For thousands of years, libraries have been the center of almost every developed civilization.  These institutions have protected ancient texts, books, manuscripts and important documents. They have served as a place where people can access …

In recent years, almost every itinerary between Europe and Asia will stop somewhere in the Middle East,  either in Doha (Qatar), Muscat (Oman), Abu Dhabi, or Dubai (both in the UAE). This stable, well-to-do enclave of cities/countries on the eastern coast…

This past week, I had the pleasure of experiencing Mexico in a unique way – teamed up with the tourism board and a motley crew of travel professionals, tour providers and fellow media with the…

Manila, the Philippines was at one point known as, “The Pearl of The Orient”. It has a storied history of over 330  years of Spanish rule, 50+ years of formal American imperialism, a few years…

The lion share of people who go to Phuket, Thailand can be categorized pretty easily. You have lots of dirty old men heading to Patong Beach to get raucous with pros, Russians who plan to…

old pic of Madison Square Garden, NYC

Being home to some of New York City’s most beloved sports teams, and playing host to the very best stars in the world when they called on the Big Apple, Madison Square Garden has had…

mural in mexico city

Post updated in October, 2016 When it comes to Mexico City, there are a lot of preconceptions and false truths. If you ask someone what they know or think about it, you’ll probably get, “dangerous,…

cool view of the Speicherstadt

Well, I really didn’t go that nuts, I just wanted to be cool and use HAM (stands for Hard as a Motha Fuc*** ) as YOLO is already played out. Anyways, my second stop on…

Travelers seeking a variety of things to do won’t be disappointed with Turkey. The country has a wealth of architectural structures, historical landmarks, beaches, and winter resorts among many alluring activities. Altogether, they are Turkey’s…

exterior of the oldest catheral in the americas

After boarding my flight in Miami at 10 AM, I landed a mere 1 hour and 40 minutes later in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Nothing like traveling to another country and not having to deal…

The top tourist attractions in Belgium rarely cross people’s minds because when they think of visiting Europe, they automatically want to go to France, Italy or the United Kingdom. What most people fail to recognize…

Island of Majorca

Majorca has been a popular holiday destination for generations and is well-known for its white-sand beaches, lively nightlife and all-inclusive resorts. But what lies beyond the beach? If you don’t want to share your little…

view of Athens

If you’re looking for a summer holiday destination that’s home to glorious golden sandy beaches, mouthwatering cuisine and a spectacular heritage, holidays to Greece tick all the right boxes. For a historic voyage of discovery,…

Art Deco in Saigon

Officially Ho Chi Minh City, known by everyone as Saigon, is a massive city in the south of Vietnam. Being it my 2nd trip to southeast Asia, I figured I better see some more than Thailand…

bridges in New Castle England

One of the most fascinating things about the UK’s historic cities is the way they mix the new with the old. Newcastle is, in my opinion, among the very best places to experience this, home…

exterior of notre dame

Traveling around the City of Lights need not be expensive because many of the top tourist attractions in Paris are free. No entrance fees or charges; just free unadulterated fun. Exploring these free attractions has…

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