A travel guide exploring old Havana’s four iconic plazas; visit the Havana Cathedral, Cuban beautiful Baroque buildings, World Unesco Heritage sites … & more!
Tag: historic building
A 2-day itinerary in Florence, visiting the churches, mansions, museums, palaces, and much more historic architecture and magnificent art!
A travel guide to enjoy a Flamenco dance show (a Spanish traditional art) in Barcelona with unlimited Sangria and ham!
While Kyoto is simply irreplaceable, I had sweet moments walking in “mini-Kyoto” – Kurashiki, Japan, during the cherry blossoms season. Our first sight of the canal area was stunning – just like we were in a movie set of an old Japanese movie. I could imagine the canal would look much more vibrant when the willow on both sides of the canal turns green.
A day trip of Tallinn, Estonia, taking a cruise from Helsinki. What to see, how to get there, with a small travel tip for you.Estonia – the “former Soviet” country was actually something more than dull and grey. The city has a legacy from the Russian culture. Anyway, does it worth going? I would say based on the following two reasons…
Never had I thought my trip to Lisbon would become so many memorable encounters with people. My first encounter was, however, not so pleasant, it was with a pickpocket on the infamous tram#28.
Lately, the SG50 is celebrating the country’s independence (since the expulsion from Malaysia in on 7 August, 1965). Since then the two countries walked separated paths. I have seen friends sharing light mapping videos, signs and banner are all over town. Weather is unpredictable. Weather could be quite predictable in Singapore. Stuffed and humid in
A great culinary experience in the Spanish Market and dining in the Guinness oldest restaurant in the world!
Last night in Russia with an affordable but classy meal in C.D.L. – “Central House of Writers”.
Unlike many Europe cities, Porto is hilly. Although it doesn’t has a spectacular harbor view from the peak like Hong Kong, it has a double-deck iron bridges that spans the Duoro River. Standing on the hundred-year-old Dom Luis I bridge I could view seagulls soaring freely over the body of water, and layers and layers of houses making a concerted effort to Porto’s spectacular skyline.