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An Early Morning Stroll at Charles Bridge in Prague

At first glance, Charles Bridge in Prague is just an ordinary bridge you’ll see across Europe. You won’t appreciate it if you haven’t read a bit of its history or anything about its structure. Prague skyline on both sides of the river serves as a beautiful backdrop. The experience itself will

The Views from the Lesser Town Bridge Tower in Prague

The Lesser Town Bridge Tower has a much better view than its opposite tower across Charles Bridge. The views from above show the panoramic skyline of the Old Town Prague, Charles Bridge, and the Vltava River. Though it is shorter than the Gothic black tower on the opposite end, it

Visiting the “Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe”

The “Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe” is a must-see attraction in Berlin. That’s a long name, but you all can call it the “Holocaust Memorial.” It is there to remind us of the atrocities that happened during the Holocaust. Based on its lengthy name, you wouldn’t really know

5 Reasons to Visit Cuba

Cuba is one of the most beautiful countries in the whole world and it is famous for its culture, architecture and great history. The island country has very warm weather that makes it suitable for visiting all year long and it is a great place for vacation. The locals are

Bookaway Review: Ground And Sea Travel Made Easy

Traveling around the world has become a lot easier over the last few years. You can find flights through simple Google searches, use Booking.com or Airbnb for accommodation, and swipe your debit or credit card for purchases in foreign currencies. But travel within foreign countries can be difficult. Finding the

At Brandenburg Tor in Berlin, History Happened

The Brandenburg Tor is the first tourist attraction I visited on my first day in Berlin. It’s an imposing neoclassical gate that appears conspicuously in almost every postcard in the city. Throughout its existence, the Brandenburg Gate bears witness to a tumultuous history of the city and country. And at

This Peace Bridge in Calgary is a Photogenic Place to be

The Peace Bridge in Calgary looks like a bullet train – at least from afar. It also looks like a web, a cocoon, or something futuristic that a machine could come out of it swiftly. Or does it look like a puzzle, too? Oh yeah, it does look like that

Calgary Skyline – Where to See and Take the Best Photos

Calgary skyline can be seen best once you go across the Bow River from downtown. The hills on the opposite side of the city will never fail to show you the city’s panoramic views from sunrise to sundown. As someone who loves the city skylines, my first itinerary on my first
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