Like most people who live in NYC, I don’t have a car; so it’s no secret that I love to walk. I walk everywhere at home and while I travel. One time I even walked the length of Manhattan, if you can believe it. It took me about 8 hours with a few breaks in between – but I did it! I find that walking is the best way to explore a city. Continue reading
Close your eyes and imagine a wide open savanna. On one side you see giraffes languidly grazing beneath an acacia tree. On the other, zebra trotting across the dusty road on their way to another pasture. Off in the distance a herd of antelope prancing across the high grass. Hidden somewhere out there are a pride of lions, patiently waiting for their prey. Continue reading
The Louvre, home to the Mona Lisa and countless other priceless artwork, is one of the world’s largest and most famous museums. Located on the right bank of the Seine, it is a landmark as well as a historic monument in Paris.
This picture was taken from inside the Louvre Pyramid, looking out of the latticed glasswork into the main courtyard. The glass pyramids, situated at the center of the complex at the location of the main entrance, were a recent addition to the Louvre. They were designed by famous architect I.M.Pei and completed in 1989.
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A while ago I wrote about Hallstatt as one of the places I wanted to see; so when we booked our ticket to Vienna, I knew we had to make a little detour. After doing some research, I found out that this picturesque village was only a 3 hour train ride from Vienna. We decided to make a day trip through the Austrian countryside.