Classic Japan between Nara and Kyoto. Episode 1 – Nara

22 August 2012 Japan, travel stories No comments

Visiting Nara

What goes through your head when hearing the word “Japan”? Cities of the future, bullet-trains called “shinkansen”, technology, robots (or people acting like robots), Toyota and Kawasaki, Panasonic and Sony, cities with huge and shiny commercial signs passed through by thousands of pedestrians that cross the streets without clashes, just as the light turns green ! read more…

At the Mall, in Washington

20 August 2012 travel stories, USA No comments

Things to do in Washington: see White House

A lazy Saturday morning in Washington D.C. You look out the window , it’s raining outside. You call the White House, Barack is out of the country. You turn on the TV, Hillary’s also somewhere in California. What can you do? There’s only one answer – you go to the Mall! read more…

A Weekend in Sibiu

Historical cities of TransylvaniaTo be honest it’s pretty hard to write down my thoughts right now. I don’t usually write my articles while still “fresh in my heart and mind”, I wait a bit longer, so my thoughts, my impressions and my feelings settle down. But now I really cannot avoid writing about the weekend I spent in Sibiu. And not because the other participants to the bloggers trip already filled the internet with the story of our trip to Sibiu, but because I still have a smile on my lips following this weekend, although I traveled for 5 hours and a half by bus coming from Sibiu at 40 degrees (outside) and about 30 (inside). By the way if you plan on going to Sibiu by bus try riding a Fany or Dacos bus, as they have better buses. But let’s not digress. read more…

Visit Athens together with a local. “This is my Athens” program

16 August 2012 Greece 7 comments

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You can have the most sophisticated and informed guidebook, you can download the latest scream in I-something applications, you can have the latest GPS, but nothing compares with discovering a city together with a local, especially a knowledgeable one. He or she will make you discover some unknown, hidden places full of charm and devoid of tourists… And some experiences can be memorable. So, this is the latest idea of the Greek Tourism Authority – visit Athens with a Greek who will show you the nicest parts of Athens (and most of them are well hidden), to talk about local culture or, why not, about the Grexit !

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Niagara – The Water’s Thunder

15 August 2012 travel stories, USA 2 comments

Sights of USA: Niagara Falls

There are places in the world where you have the certainty that man cannot control nature in his well known dictatorial style. It’s when you’re facing a giant force that seems unstoppable. Niagara is such a place where you realize you’re still a tiny little creature, 2 meters high in front of the force… read more…

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