Iran – Discovering the Traces of Old Persia in the Islamic Republic – Azadi Tower. Episode 4

Things to see in Teheran: Azadi Tower

Ok, I am recovered from all these Teheran diamonds! I take another look at Lonely Planet and I decide. Let’s go to the Azadi tower! Nothing simpler. I stop a taxi, I tell him where we want to go, we haggle over the price a little and off we go towards the Azadi tower. read more…

I am going to Madeira ! Really ! Today :)

19 October 2012 Portugal 2 comments

01. Funchal, capitala insulei Madeira.JPG

Here in Romania, fall has arrived, pretty depressing for some, cold days, sometimes gloomy ones… And as I, myself, am in not such a good mood, you cannot even realize how well it fitted this new blog trip invitation to see a new place. More than that, it will certainly be warmer and hopefully, sunny. A place I have never been before, but in a country I visited lots of times, last time a month and something ago… I am talking about the Madeira Island, in Portugal! read more…

Art and the City: best NYC museums, trendy art galleries and then some

18 October 2012 travel stories, USA 5 comments

 Art in New York: Lower East Side grafitti

I am excited to share another guest post, fresh from New York, written by our very own contributor  – Monica. Following her previous post, today, she is sharing the best places to see art in New York City: museums, art galleries and so much more!

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Weekend in Geneva

17 October 2012 Switzerland 4 comments

Things to do in Geneva: Jet d'Eau

Is Geneva a dream destination? Some say yes, others say it is quite boring…I don’t know to what extent it is a destination where you go on purpose for a weekend break, but instead, a lot of people get there for business trips because it is a center for a lot of multinational corporations or international institutions…So I thought that maybe you will benefit from some advices about how to spend two days in Geneva. read more…

Things to do in Brussels: sights, accommodation, restaurants and many other tips

The City Hall tower from Brussels

Brussels was the first Western capital I have ever set foot in. It was a cold and foggy December day yet the buildings in the Central Square were mysteriously looming through the thick fog. It was really cold and very humid so, I quickly decided to come back here again in order to really enjoy the capital of Belgium. And I went back tens of times…The head quarters of P&G was located in Brussels, a company I have worked for many years. And then I have come to know Brussels in detail, with its bad and goods. With charming buildings, with reasonable priced seafood, with Leonidas chocolate, with the luxurious districts or the sinister area around the train station, the filth in the European area, with the trademark Belgian strikes… And despite all that, as usual, the beauty and the pleasant memories won, that is why I want to wrote today some tips about Brussels! read more…

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