At the end, each blogger nominates 5 other bloggers. Nobody nominated me (probably because I’m an asshole) so I wrote to the source and she nominated me. (You see sometimes being an asshole works.)
Introduce me to a long term traveler and you are introducing me to an anarchist. I know, I’m both.
It is worth noting that there hundreds of different markets in and around Germany. Clearly, some are more well-known than others, and they moreover vary in size.
With massive mazes of corridors spread through eight cultural departments including decorative arts, antiquities, sculptures and paintings. You could spend a lifetime there and that doesn’t even include the huge line.
I will probably be executed by Serbs for this, but I couldn’t help feeling a little bit of admiration for the Turks when I learned the story of the Skull Tower in Nis, Serbia. It is called Cela Kula in Serbian which means…”Skull Tower”.
Those who are seeking the Italian Renaissance, need only look upon the palaces, buildings and squares of Florence for each of them are masterpieces.
by Tom McShane We all know that Valentine’s Day is kind of a big deal – 141 million cards are exchanged worldwide and, in the UK alone, more than £1.3bn is spent each year on cards, gifts, flowers and chocolates. And while…
Traveling to big cities can bring huge rewards and culture shock. Have you ever wondered what the cities with the largest population in the world are? Fifteen year old guest blogger Paulo Seval tells us the top ten.