The pleasant experience of traveling is often obscured by the less pleasant part: the packing. Many people get anxious – what did I forget? what should I leave at home? – turning an otherwise dreamy trip into just another problem. However, with these easy tips and tricks, you’ll be able to pack in no time – and still take with you everything you need:
No matter the culture, water fountains can be seen as a source of vitality, inspiration, and the ebb and flow of our daily existence. All over the world, fountains have been established for a plethora of reasons and stand as reflections of the people and culture of their geographical location. Some fountains hold world records, such as King Fahd’s Fountain in Saudi Arabia being awarded the World’s Tallest Fountain. Some fountains are deeply rooted in their respective country’s history, such as the People’s Friendship Fountain in Russia. Other clocks just want to remind us of the time, such as the Kanazawa Station Fountain Clock in Japan. In any case, fountains provide an unmatched beauty that should be on any traveler’s itinerary. [click to continue…]
The captivating Seattle skyscrapers attract sightseers from all over, but there’s a world waiting below the spire of the Space Needle and its alluring backdrop. One of Washington’s most beautiful cities, Seattle offers wealth of experiential traveling for the tourist who’s willing to explore. Planning a trip to Seattle? Check out these five must-see places. [click to continue…]
It doesn’t matter whether you’re on holiday in New York, Prague or Beijing – there are going to be bad people around who will try to take advantage of the fact that you’re a tourist. Whilst this does mean that you need to keep a weather eye on your belongings, it doesn’t mean that you should spend your entire holiday tense and worried about pick pockets and thieves. [click to continue…]
The Basque Country, located in northern Spain, is one of the country’s most beautiful regions. A far cry from the usual Spanish stereotypes, its own unique culture and traditions set it apart from the rest of the peninsula.