Maybe you are reading this blog post bundled up on your way to class or to work or maybe you are reading it after you have been shoving snow all morning. Or maybe winter is your favourite season and you hate me for talking about spring already *eyes roll*. In any case, while we are still in the middle of winter (sorry to remind you) and I had to pay a fortune on a new pair of winter boots *£15* (I could have just saved that for travel purposes you know) I will tell you something my friend. Spring will be upon us eventually and now is a good time to make plans for March, April and May and see if that’s going to warm you up a little.
1. Monaco – An insight to the life of the rich and famous.
The proper name is The Principate of Monaco because it is actually an independent state located between France and the Mediterranean Sea and it is the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican. Located on one of the most beautiful coasts in the world, the French Riviera, Monaco is called Europe’s Playground for the Richfor a reason. The principate is famous mainly for its touristic zone, Monte Carlo where nothing seems too expensive for its residents. Continue reading “5 Places that will change your perspective on life”
Did you know that Chicago is the third biggest city in the United States after New York and Los Angeles?
It has a population of 2,719 million and enough attractions to satisfy the 50.2 million tourists who come here every year.
If you will soon be one of those tourists bear in mind that when travelling to the Windy City, there are certain things you are not allowed to miss. Here are some of the things you must do if you are around: Continue reading “Chicago. The ultimate guide to the Windy City”
Chicago museums have a lot to show and I strongly recommend to dedicate a whole day for certain museums. The Art Institute hosts a generous collection of art works from famous artists from around the world, like Hopper, Monet, Picasso and Rembrandt. It covers a variety of themes: American, arms and armor, modern , African, ancient, architecture and design, Asian, contemporary, European decorative arts, European painting and sculpture, Indian art of the Americans, Medieval and Renaissance, photography, print and drawings, textiles and not to mention the temporary exhibitions. Continue reading “Paradise for Artists: The Art Institute of Chicago”
At The Field Museum you can learn about 4,6 billion years of natural history and see fascinating exhibitions which cover various themes: dinosaurs, Ancient Americans, Ancient Egypt, gems, plants, animals, Africa, Asia and more. Continue reading “See the biggest T-Rex skeleton ever found. Getting around The Field Museum, Chicago.”
In the fast paced environment of the 21st Century, we seem to have time for the things we need to do and too little time for the things we want to do. We often end up spending more time with our co-workers than with our dear ones and we hardly get to have some quality time with them at the end of a stressful week. Do you find yourself in this situation? Read these signs that show that it’s time for a romantic escapade and learn to make time for the things that matter. Continue reading “7 Signs Which Show That You Need to Go on a Romantic Escapade This Year”
I know that most of the sites you visit these days ask you to subscribe, to leave your email for this and that and most of the time your email address gets sold to advertisers and you end up having so much spam email in your inbox that you don’t know what to do with it. But listen. This blog is nothing like that. Here is why you should subscribe: Continue reading “Why & How to Subscribe”
It’s official – sweater weather it is here. Christmas is definitely the highlight of the cold season but what other things do we love about winter? Mulled wine, ice skating, hot chocolate, skiing and snowboarding right? Prepare a hot chocolate, wrap up in a cosy blanket and check out the top 10 “hottest” ski resorts you should visit this winter. Continue reading “Top 10 Ski Resorts to Visit this Winter”