It was already 8pm when we assembled at the massive marble building known as Vittorio Emanuele Monument. It was the meeting point for our tour of some of the most famous remains of ancient Rome, and we were beyond excited.
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Since the book 1000 Places to See Before You Die was published in 2003, it has redefined the idea of a bucket list in travel. It’s an essential scorecard for keeping track of notches in the belt for many travelers. But more importantly, it fueled wanderlust for an entire generation.
The list includes the obvious landmarks of the Great Pyramids of Giza, Machu Picchu, and most of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. But the book also includes lesser known oddities of roadside attractions, cultural festivities, unique foods of the world, and many other world wonders. 1000 Places to See Before You Die is essential travel inspiration. As we have visited the sites in the book, we’ve highlighted them here with our own perceptions.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are of such outstanding natural beauty or cultural importance that they are worthy of protection for all humanity.
The variety of things to experience, animals to mesmerize us, and new landscapes to explore made us drink in every moment of our week visiting the Galapagos Islands, and these photos will show you why.
There are few things that have the potential to be as life-changing as travel.
Given the chance to do things differently on our second trip to Spain, we decided to approach Barcelona without a huge agenda…and we fell in love.
Provence has something for just about everyone.
The Galapagos Islands are the trip of a lifetime for many travelers. Most travelers to the islands will opt for a cruise to see many of the more remote areas. However, not all Galapagos cruise tours are the same and which boat you select will have a significant impact on your experience. Here’s how to
Provence is the stuff that dreams are made of. We fell in love with all the sights, flavors, and history of this divine place, and these photos will show you why.
For many travelers, visiting the Galapagos Islands is a dream come true. While islands themselves are individually beautiful, it is really the animals of the Galapagos that steal the show.
Barcelona’s most famous son is the architect Antoni Gaudi. His creative and whimsical designs have left an indelible mark on Barcelona and indeed the Catalan region, and are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On our recent trip to Spain, we sought out the works of Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona.