Four Christmases: Berlin. Prague. Budapest. Vienna. A travel guide and tips about food, locations, traditions, and features of the Christmas markets in these four cities.
Tag: city walk
Here I am sharing with you 12 local tips in Taipei, venture to markets, shopping streets, shops, museums, and other places that you may not know about…
A 3-Day Itinerary that covers Lima’s (the Capital of Peru) historic old town, Miraflores district, the nearby neighborhoods, and some incredible fine dining experience.
Have you heard of the scenic 49-mile Scenic Drive? The original scenic road tour highlight was created by the San Francisco Down Town Association. To me, it’s the best way to explore the city’s downtown area and have a taste of all the historic sites, landmarks, and natural beauty.
To be honest, Belgium was never under the spotlight of my travel radar. My brief visit included the Comic Book Route, the Grand Place, Manneken Pis, waffles, chocolates, and lots of heritage sites – and I had a new found interest of Belgium!
Bergen may not be a very attractive travel destination to tourists, but it was our first stop visiting Norway and we took our time and stopped by a few places in the city. Including the Bryggen – a Unesco World Heritage Site that was a major community of the Hanseatic League in the 13th century.
My Cape Town Anecdotes: We had a pleasant time and the city actually has an interesting history, vibrant art, great markets, authentic dining experience and exciting coffee scene. Follow us to explore some of the city’s best places!
Perth and its surrounding area offer plenty of sunshine, beaches, natural resources, and delicious food and wine. We were in Perth for 4 days before heading to Uluru, and here’s a 4-day self-drive itinerary that covers some of the area’s best highlights.
We visited Madrid during Easter. Beyond the yummylicious food, The Golden Triangle of Art, we stroll through the historic center, soaking in the Spanish royalty, culture, and history.
Then I saw something extraordinary…
Well, we have already booked our flights and hotels and then we realized it would be the Thingyan (i.e. the Water Festival) when we were in Yangon. Most shops, markets, restaurants, and spas would be closed; even overnight bus transportation from Yangon to Bagan would be suspended during that time. So, our plans to visiting