Category: Travel Blog

February 1, 2014

Nitty Gritty Packing

As fun as it is to dream up a vacation and actually do it, there are a few things you need to consider in between those two steps – specifically, the planning stage. Obviously you need to book a flight and a place to stay, and it

Best Coffee Houses in Berkeley, California (I)

1. Best Coffee Shops in Berkeley, California: Peet's Coffee – Alfred Peet’s percolating legacy   Peet's Coffee and Tea, in the Gourmet Ghetto at 2124 Vine Street, is a place of worship not only for a fine cup of

January 31, 2014

Liberty Enlightening the World – The Statue of Liberty

Liberty Enlightening the World – The Statue of Liberty is situated on Liberty Island in the center of New York, Manhattan. The statue is a colossal neoclassical sculpture, designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.   The statue

January 30, 2014

The Perfect Family Island Getaways (I)

1. Perfect Family Island Getaways: Mount Desert Island, Maine — The main attraction on Mount Desert Island is Acadia National Park, with spectacular landscape of rocky cliffs falling down into the ocean below. The 27-mile driving

January 29, 2014

Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada (I)

Toronto is the most populated metropolis in Canada and the regional capital of Ontario. It is situated in Southern Ontario upon the northwestern coastline of the famous Lake Ontario.  In this series we will review the best accommod

January 28, 2014

Best Private Island Getaways (I)

For many travelers, their idea of a perfect vacation is a secluded spot away from the rest of the world. These vacationers prefer to be close to nature, isolation and utter relaxation. If this kind of destination appeals to you, we'

January 25, 2014

Fascinating Places to See in Havana, Cuba (I)

When Christopher Columbus landed in Cuba in 1492, he described it as the most beautiful country that human eyes had ever seen. He wasn’t wrong. Numerous Spanish settlers soon followed him, and the glorious churches, fortifications

January 24, 2014

Tourist Attractions in Hamburg, Germany (I)

The history of Hamburg as a fortified trade and episcopal city stretches back to the 9th century AD. Economic growth ensured that the look of the city constantly changed, and today it is characterized by the last remaining Baroque build

January 23, 2014

Places to see in Frankfurt, Germany (I)

The old imperial city of Frankfurt am Main has, during its long history, always been the setting for important events. German emperors were crowned in Frankfurt Cathedral for centuries and the first democratic election of the German Nat

January 22, 2014

Most Important Castles to Visit in Copenhagen, Denmark

Kopmandes Havn, which translates as “Merchants’ Harbor”, was the name for the Danish capital in medieval times, which is evidence of the fact that trade with goods from all corners of the world has a long-standing trad