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View of Venice from the Top of San Marco Campanile (Italy).

Cityscape: View of Venice from the Top of San Marco Campanile

The view of Venice from the top of San Marco campanile (St. Mark Bell Tower) at sunset is beyond mesmerizing. It’s magical! Looking down at the red-tiled roofs and a ...

View of New York From Governor's Island (New York, USA).

New York Skyline From Governor’s Island

Governor’s Island is just yards away from downtown Manhattan. The island, however, doesn’t have people in residence. In fact, it’s only open to the public from May 1 – October ...

Cinque Terre - Photos from Manarola Village (Italy).

Cinque Terre – Photos from Manarola Village

Cinque Terre is on the north western coast of Italy. This is, perhaps, the country’s version of the French Riviera in France. Cinque Terre is translated into “five lands.” These ...

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Travel Quote Paris is always a good idea.

Photos – The Magnificent Eiffel Tower

There’s no doubt that the magnificent Eiffel Tower is France’s most photographed ...
Catedral de Sevilla (Seville Cathedral) is also known as "The Cathedral of St. Mary of the See." (Spain)

Inside Catedral de Sevilla – The World’s Largest Gothic Cathedral

Catedral de Sevilla boggles the mind. Not only it’s incredibly huge but ...
Chaouen - Morocco's Most Photogenic Blue City.

Chefchaouen – Morocco’s Most Photogenic Blue City

I have no doubt that Chefchaouen is Morocco’s most photogenic blue city. There ...
Sunrise at Mt Sinai, Egypt.

Photos: Sunrise at Mt Sinai

To experience watching the sunrise at Mt Sinai is one of those moments ...
How To Explore The Pyramids of Egypt On Foot.

How To Explore The Pyramids of Egypt On Foot

Though Egypt’s tourism has experienced a big slump in the past years, ...
View from the Top of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building.

View from the Top of Burj Khalifa

The view from the top of Burj Khalifa in Dubai shows the ...
Frozen Niagara Falls Cascades Rainbow at Night.

Frozen Niagara Falls Cascades Rainbow at Night

You have seen viral photos of frozen Niagara Falls at daylight but ...
Things to do and see on Jordan: walk this bridge.

Reasons Why You Should Visit Jordan

Today marks my first year anniversary when I flew to Jordan last ...
Things to do in Havana

35 Things to do in Havana

These are the 35 things to do in Havana, Cuba. From riding ...

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Inside the Palace of Versailles: The Hall of Mirrors is the Grandest of Them All (France).

Inside the Palace of Versailles: The Hall of Mirrors is the Grandest of Them All

Out of the 700 rooms inside the Palace of Versailles, the Hall of Mirrors is the grandest of them all! If you don’t find it stunning or be blown away by its frescoes and craftsmanship of every thing inside, I’m not sure if you’re still human. LOL… 😀 It is here where I spent a […]

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The Golden Gate of the Palace of Versailles Displays Excess Opulence of French Royalty

There’s no doubt that the golden gate of the Palace of Versailles displays excess opulence of French royalty. Boy, I was blown away the moment I got a closer look of the iron-wrought gate swathed in gold. Ok, it might not be real gold but it should be something close to that. 😀 The palace […]

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Basilica di San Marco Glitters in Gold (Venice, Italy).

Basilica di San Marco Glitters in Gold

In Venice, Basilica di San Marco glitters in gold. No, you won’t be able to see gold on its facade but wait until you see its interior. I’m not sure if they intended to have the interior a bit dark. Perhaps, it’s to emphasize the beaming gold that you’d see on the mosaics above and […]

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The Mosaics of San Marco Basilica (Venice, Italy).

Venice: The Mosaics of San Marco Basilica

These mosaics of San Marco Basilica are from 11-th century but they never lose their luster. They’re our windows to Byzantine arts. Be warned: you can’t take photos inside St. Mark’s Basilica. While there’s no entrance fee, the number of visitors allowed to get inside is controlled, limited. There’s usually a queue outside in the […]

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Corniglia is the Oldest Village in Cinque Terre Mentioned in Decameron (Italy).

Corniglia is the Oldest Village in Cinque Terre Mentioned in Decameron

Corniglia is the oldest village in Cinque Terre that’s mentioned in Giovanni Bocaccio’s “Decameron.” It’s an Italian classic prose that contains 100 stories told by ten young people (7 women and 3 men) who gathered around in a hidden villa to escape Black Death that plagued the neighbouring city. How to get (go up) there […]

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My Romeo Didn't Show Up at Juliet's Balcony in Verona (Italy).

My Romeo Didn’t Show Up at Juliet’s Balcony in Verona

Yes, that’s right – my Romeo didn’t show up at Juliet’s Balcony in Verona. He ditched me. 😀 Perhaps, there’s only one reason why people visit Verona – to see Juliet’s Balcony or House. And of course, Romeo’s House, too! But, don’t get me wrong, Verona is beyond those two fictional characters. Wait, Who’s Romeo […]

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Bridge of Sighs is the Only Bridge in the World That Connects a Palace and a Prison (Venice, Italy).

Venice: Bridge of Sighs is the Only Bridge in the World That Connects a Palace and a Prison

Bridge of Sighs in Venice is the only bridge in the world that connects a palace and a prison. Perhaps, it’s the most famous bridge in Venice. I bet that every visitor in Venice has a selfie with this bridge – even if he doesn’t really know its history. The Bridge of Sighs is not […]

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I Found These Funny Condom in Italy.

I Found These Funny Condoms in Italy

I found these funny condoms in Italy and they never failed to make me smile. In fact, I was laughing hard. I found them in two hostels I stayed in Italy – of all places! Well, it’s not like that I don’t have “hostel experiences” but I was just surprised to find it there. I’m […]

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