Pleading for Laos – episode 2

Sights of Laos: Mekong

Let’s continue to follow Mihai’s paths throughout Laos… This time on water, on the great Mekong, the river around which several countries from South East Asia live. Not the richest, but perhaps, the most beautiful. read more…

Pleading for Laos – episode 1

26 November 2012 Laos, travel stories No comments

 Buddhist temple in Laos

This week is Laos week. I’ve been there earlier this year and I got mesmerized. The guy who influenced me to go to Laos is Mihai who visited Laos few years before me and told me so many things about this little known country… So, I asked him to contribute with a journal of his Lao trip… Enjoy ! read more…

Carpatair Destinations: Düsseldorf – Always top of the list. Part 2

Düsseldorf: Tonhalle kunst

Today, we continue discovering the old Rhine-city of Dusseldorf. We will take a Rhine cruise and we will return to the city for its wonderful museums ! read more…

Carpatair Destinations: Düsseldorf – Always top of the list. Part 1

 Düsseldorf city

Düsseldorf is a city of the superlative, in both Germany and the world. There are practically no lists of the world’s best cities that do not include Düsseldorf. The famous Forbes list placed it on the fourth position, above all other German cities, in terms of financial power and quality of life. Perhaps that is why designers who are famous all over the world open luxury retail stores over here. Düsseldorf could even be considered Germany’s Capital of Fashion. There is a whole boulevard here dedicated exclusively to renowned designer shops. The boulevard is named Konigsallee – King’s Avenue, but locals also call it the “Shopping Mile”. Brand after brand, one boutique after another, you can find them all here, lined up along a statute mile. The alley is bordered by over 200 trees, a reflection of the locals’ passion for nature. The economic crisis has not had too much of an impact on Düsseldorf. In 2010, the Mercer agency ordered a survey regarding the quality of life in some of the world’s major cities during the crisis. Düsseldorf again made the list, as it is the German city with the highest quality of life. As a matter of fact, it ranks number six in the world and number three in Europe. The only European cities ranked higher are Vienna and Zurich. Unsurprisingly, two other German cities follow Düsseldorf, with an equal number of points: Munich and Frankfurt. The city is also high on the European list of cities with the best infrastructure. read more…

Weekend in Porto

19 November 2012 Portugal, Weekend in ... 1 comment

Porto: the old city

Although it is sometimes in the shadow of the more famous Lisbon, the second largest city of Portugal deserves more. Maybe it does not have the most amazing monuments on the continent, but the natural setting, the bridges, the sometimes crumbling buildings and its bohemian atmosphere makes Porto to special ! A… and not forget the famous Porto wine. That would really make you love the city :). read more…

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