Posts Tagged‘Architecture’

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…

Most people don’t go to the Philippines to enjoy the quaint, pedestrian-friendly cities (because they don’t exist). In fact, the cities in the Philippines are pretty much a nightmare minus a few areas in Manila…

Bangkok is now one of my favorite cities. I visited last year and was completely overwhelmed to the point that I got the hell out as quickly as I could. I’m used to orderly, planned,…

Cuba

Until recently, if you asked anyone about Cuba, they would associate the island with communism and regular animosity between itself and the United States. However, the past decade or so has witnessed a gradual transformation…

top attractions in Greece

The top tourist attractions in Greece are there to remind us of the country’s role in shaping politics, sports, philosophy, architecture, theatre, and art. Worldwide, the influence of ancient Greece is beyond impressive and often…

old center Mostar,Bosnia

I just turned 26 years old, that means I was born in 1987 –  quite the year. Gas only cost 89 cents/gallon, Alf was straight killing it and Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in one of his…

Castles in Wales

Wales is a holiday destination that rivals any of its European neighbors (closest? England of course!). Idyllic national parks, a beautiful coastline and a deep heritage to delve into, there is much to keep everyone…

white sand beach in Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is famous for being a sun-drenched beach destination – but there’s so much more going on than that alone. Its mountain ranges and national parks make it ideal for adventure, while cities…

The Australian city of Sydney is one of the world’s most popular tourist attractions, offering a wide variety of activities and opportunities for people from all walks of life and from all corners of the…

Nests in Faro

Last month, I started my European trip in Portugal. After enjoying the northern city of Porto for a few days, I needed to get my ass sun kissed a bit.  I spent a few days in Lagos…

roman theatre in Malaga from Flickr.com

An astonishing finding! It was the summer of 1951, and the people of Malaga were about to discover a historic treasure that had been long hidden beneath their feet. Employed to dig foundations for a…

Greetings once again from the road! This post is dedicated to the 2nd destination on my 5 month journey, Porto, Portugal. I got here by direct flight from The Azores (only about 2.5 hours) and…

Segovia Cathedral and Skyline

When people travel to Spain, they are more than likely either visiting Madrid, Barcelona or one of the beaches in the South. I get it, if you only have one chance to go to Spain,…

one of the oldest churches in the world, from Flickr - Tamra Hays

Church – no other kind of building in the world provokes responses ranging from talking-in-tongues to convulsing on the floor! Even though I might technically be a Jew (and atheist), I still appreciate good architecture, even…

Well my “job” once again has brought me to a random-ass American city. Yea Greenville, South Carolina might be more off the beaten path, but Saint Louis ain’t somewhere many people are going to in…

Swedish Architecture

Being Scandinavia’s largest city, Stockholm is the epicenter of culture, business, population and of course nightlife in the region. It is consistently lauded as one of the nicest cities to visit in all of Europe for…

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close