Magical trips back in historical times – part one | Enjoy Your Holiday!
The confessions of the long gone civilizations have always captured our imagination. Despite of the fact that these places are far away and are not easy to get to, these places have an irresistible charm which is raised by the mystery that covers them.
River Thames | Enjoy Your Holiday!
Between Big Ben and the Tower of London, the river Thames cuts the two shores in a large angle, turning right between the Covent Garden and the National Theater, leaving the tops of Tower Bridge to be seen. The ship crosses this portion of the river in almost half an hour, floating on the agitated waters with the needing patience, so that one can admire one of the best parts of London. Despite of the weather, you cannot resist the beautiful places, castles, bridges, trees that remind one of…
Christmas around the world – part three | Enjoy Your Holiday!
Austria celebrates Christmas just like any other countries nearby – that is to say the preparations start from the 1st of December. The entire month of December the country is covered with lights and looks like in a holy holiday and fairytale surroundings. The City Hall park is the place where the most known fare of Jesus Christ Child is held, an event that dates back 700 years ago. The little children skate disguised in fairytale characters and travel with a special train; a train dedicated…
San Francisco. You didn't know!
"If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair" or at least this is what the song said. If you ask us, if you are going to San Francisco for your holiday, be sure to learn some cool facts that will give you some insight in what is cool to see in the city and also what to visit.
Holiday in the City of Bath. England
Just when you think that there are no more places and no more things to do in the UK, something so extraordinary appears that you will dedicate at least a day from your holiday to explore it properly. One of such places is the city of Bath, an UNESCO World Heritage Site that has some of the most beautiful architecture in Europe.
The city of the occults symbols – part two | Enjoy Your Holiday!
Moving forward with the occult symbols that hide in London, many concepts were proposed for the new street plans of London. All of them offered the perspective of small streets and alleys, imposing a kind of regularity. Eventually, it was believed that the plan that Evelyn came up with was the best that represented London. That plan looked a lot with the Tree of Life.
Top 10 Spa Resorts
Auberge Du Soleil (San Francisco, United States of America) - It was originally a restaurant, which few years later grew in a hotel. The spa services are incredible and the staff treats their guests like royalty. The resort is made of two parts: the main Mediterranean villa with the main guest rooms and the garden cottages, very intimate and romantic, each named after a French province. The cuisine smartly combines influences from Asian and Californian food.
Top 3 zoos in Europe
We all love animals. Some more and some less, but the fascination that we live in contact with our friendly pets is unique. Especially if the animals are not as common as we can afford to see every day. A zoological park gives us an overview, always impressive, on the animal world. The best such 3 parks in Europe are listed and described for you below.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay - A meal worth of a holiday
Gordon Ramsay is a well-known chef and TV presenter of many culinary shows, such as Masterchef, Hell’s Kitchen or Kitchen Nightmares, but also the owner of more than 20 restaurants around the world, adding up to a total of 12 Michelin stars. With restaurants all over the world, is difficult to keep up with the paste, but eventually not for this man. He is by far one of the best ever and he maintains itself up there, helped by a team of professionals.
Tate Modern is housed in a wonderful conversion of what was the looming and unprepossessing Bankside Power Station, on the south bank of the river Thames. Completly renovated and redesigned by Jaques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, it is the largest modernart gallery in the world. This section of the south bank has gone through an extraordinary regeneration during the past ten years, with the Thames Path allowing you to walk west or east via many other attractions.