Sometimes when you have the least amount of expectations is when you are the most pleasantly surprised. Not knowing what to expect from Philadelphia at all, this city has been a breath of fresh air. From its architecture, to its parks, rivers, bridges, cafes and vibrating downtown area, this city is the most European city […]Read more "Surprising Philly"
The sizzling shores of agitated waves hitting the white sand beaches that stand just a few yards away from tall majestic buildings waiting to be abandoned, reminded me of a dreadful scene from the movie Inception. In the dream within the dream that was inside a dream, Leo lost track of time and space when […]Read more "Atlantic City: Contrasts of Life"
I was in seventh heaven when I heard the news that my boyfriend won a trip to the Turks and Caicos! And I was even MORE excited when I heard that he was bringing me with him!! I was already away on travel, all alone in my Los Angeles hotel room…. I had to go […]Read more "Turks and Caicos Vacation- Club Med"
It’s already been a little over two months since I’ve last been here. Manhattan Beach… I’ve missed you. Last time I was here, I was contemplating the fact that I am at the end of my journey, this solo trip in California I’ve voluntarily thrown myself into…it had its ups and downs, but ultimately, I […]Read more "Beach Life"
This is the book that helped me prepare and carefully plan out my solo trip in California. National Geographic has the best tourist guides out there, because they have a lot of pictures, explain regions and cities in detail and even include separate pages with explanation about different themes, such as California history, cuisine, cinema, Mexican folk art and so much more. They even give tips on road trips, what to see along the way and what to see in a city depending of the number of days you are staying there. At the end of the guidebook they give practical advice like where to stay, eat or the best means of transportation.
I also have National Geographic books for Romania, Spain, Portugal and Italy. I definitely recommend it more than Lonely Planet because it helps you learn about the regions and cities in case you don’t know anything about it. Lonely Planet is a very fast and efficient guide that tells you where to eat, sleep and visit, but you have to know your destination already . In case you don’t know where to go and what there is to see, and you just want to be informed about everything, the National Geographic Guides are the best way to go.Read more "My California Tourist Guide"
Relaxing images of the Beach from Club Med in the Turks and Caicos.
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A lot of people might think, what is up with Romania? Some people from North America honestly don’t know much about it. Some have some Romanian friends, here and there, some who interested in politics know about Ceausescu, and some who are ignorant will bring up Dracula and Vampires. But seriously, what is Romania all […]Read more "What is up with Romania?"