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  • Tibidabo

    Tibidabo
    Tibidabo is a mountain 512 meters above Barcelona which boasts of spectacular views over the city. Not only is it known for its panorama opportunities but on it also resides one of the oldest amusement parks in Spain as well as a majestic church (Church of the Sacred Heart / Iglesia del Sagrado Corazón in Spanish / Sagrat Cor in Catalan).
  • Rave Festival (San Francisco)

    Rave Festival (San Francisco)
    This is not such a nice festival for a kid to go but for me, I won't miss it if I have a chance to attend one of them. Dj, trance music, rave, light show, argon laser beam, visual - all of these elements is what I love about raves. SF is one of the cities that has a best rave event to attend.
  • The street art corner

    The street art corner
    There is no doubt, this is the corner most involved with street art in Cali. It's extended along the Calle 5 to the Calle 6, from the Carrera 9 to the Carrera 10 containing all the walls and bridges located inside this area. To be more exact you can take a look at "El Sub", another location that I previously recommended.
  • Vondelpark (Amsterdam)

    Vondelpark (Amsterdam)
    But my absolute favorite place in the whole world will be the Vondelpark. It's a park in the south of Amsterdam and It's a place where I go when I want to get my mind clear or go into a state of happiness and tranquillity....
  • Vientiane

    Vientiane
    In such a short time Laos has carved its way into my heart with smiling people, beautiful nature and cheap beer. I arrived in Vientiane after a 12 hour bus ride from Bangkok which dropped me off at 4.30 am at Nong Khai bus station, I sat, waited...finally a tuk tuk driver came and told me the border opens at 6, we went, I sat and waited while the most breathtaking sunset lifted the veil of darkness from the sky...pink and yellow shards fighting for space on a bleak, blue canvas.
  • Castle Street (Vilnius)

    Castle Street (Vilnius)
    Vilnius is proudly named the European capital of culture in 2009, so this is why I just have to tell you a lot of good things about it. And if starting about the old part of the town, the first place you must see is the old Pilies g-ve (or Castle Street).
  • Gyeongju

    Gyeongju
    This city is known as an 'outdoor museum', for good reason. Everywhere you look there are ancient buildings, Buddha statues, old temples and, best of all, giant mounds called 'tumuli' in which are buried the bones of ancient kings. Most tumuli are just huge, bare, grassy hills, but one in particular draws me again and again. This tomb of a 1300-years-dead king has about six trees on it - Tim Burtony, craggy trees.
  • Cafe Stuben (Hamelin)

    Cafe Stuben (Hamelin)
    It must have been 1997 when I made a boat trip on river Weser with some friends and people from Ukraine for environment politic-reasons. We stopped in Hamelin and a woman from Hamelin showed us a place to eat breakfast, so we did.
  • Ocean Front Cottage (Emerald Isle)

    Ocean Front Cottage (Emerald Isle)
    Breezy - a stunning oceanfront cottage in Emerald Isle, NC. It has three floors, with decks on every floor, 2 bath-tubs, hot tub, elevator, 2 wet bars, 7 color cable TVs including 50" LCD with Digital & HD channels, tons of gadgets, pingpong table, granite counters, stainless steel gas grill, enclosed hot/cold outside shower, and a gorgeous outside deck. Oh, it's amazing. My family used to rent it out a lot, but lately, we're just too busy during the vacation. When we'd go, I would spend days out on the beach. The beach is my home, now I live in Raleigh.
  • Fussa (Tokyo)

    Fussa (Tokyo)
    Fussa is the Brooklyn of Tokyo. It's not a city, it's a community. It's the most international community in all Tokyo and I would even go so far as to say that it's the most international part of Tokyo. You can walk into any bar in Fussa on any night and make instant friends.
  • Ventė's Horn

    Ventė's Horn
    A Castle that destroy by the sea.
  • Palms at Indian Head Hotel

    Palms at Indian Head Hotel
    You are in the dry Californian desert. Nothing else surrounds you than dusty hills, sandy rocks and a lonesome landscape. Some colorful wildflowers interrupt the barren countryside dominated by cacti and the famous palm trees stick out of the wide land. Nothing to hear apart some scattered coyotes but the never ending sound of silence.
  • Greenwich

    Greenwich
    Greenwich is well known for the international time meridian, but it's also a nice borough of London. Sure, the main attraction is the central green park of the city with the observatory in it and the famous line of the 0°0' meridian line. A little museum about the fantastic adventure of time setting and fixing the 0°0' at this exact place is very interesting too.
  • Around Bangkok

    Around Bangkok
    Bangkok days have slipped into unconsciousness... can't remember which day it is anymore... stay in malls for the AC and spend hours walking in the old neighbourhoods to take photos... eating at street vendours tasting the spicy, amazing food.... hanging out with David at his apartment trying to watch Wong Kar Wai dvds on his dodgy computer...watching old Rolling Stones videos at Wong's Place with rampant laughter spilling out into the corners...Taking a nice swim at Knut's house with our cousin Lina... drinking hot coffee in the mornings...eating breakfast at au bon pain... buying t-shirts and other oddities at Chatuchak and Pratunam Market... spending hours in taxis wishing the traffic would move faster... wondering about when to do a day trip to Kanchenaburi... perhaps tomorrow... what day is that?... Monday me thinks... ah... forget it...taking the wonderful river taxi's up to Banglamphu and watching all the backpackers on Khao San Rd.. Going to the cinema and standing to attention for the King...holidays are wonderful... especially ones that drag on into months instead of simply days... when tomorrow may as well be today because it makes no difference, food is cheap, rooms are cheap, the weather is fantastic and the people are friendly.
  • Gröna Lund Fairground

    Gröna Lund Fairground
    It's got to be winter to capture the eerie, abandoned feel of the place. You can shoot the forgotten merry-go-rounds, the deserted roller-coaster and the empty fairytale houses.
  • Baku

    Baku
    Among the new Islamic countries of the post-Soviet Union, I tend to like Azerbaijan a lot. You get your kebab warm, photo-venders throw LC-A after you and I even saw transvestites after nightfall on the street. That's what I call liberal, baby! I was in Baku for a seminar, so food and drinks were granted for free. Yeah! There is an interesting habit for waiters, though.
  • Little India

    Little India
    Little India is one of the most ethnic districts in Singapore. All these years, it has managed to retain its charm and color, hardly touched by urbanization. Interestingly Serangoon Road, which is the main artery running through the district, is one of the oldest roads in Singapore. This road was marked on ancient maps as "The Road Through the Island".
  • Green Island

    Green Island
    As we approached the angular features of the island set against gunmetal gray skies, I tried to think about what to expect. I realized I knew little of the island, save that it was famous as a prison, had good diving, and had hot springs on the beach!
  • Missiri Mosque

    Missiri Mosque
    Two kilometers from the center of Frejus (south of France, Var) on the road to Bagnol (D4), you will find a replica of the Great Mosque of Djenne (Mali, Africa). It was built in 1930 by the Senegalese infantry based in Frejus. Of course, it is smaller than the original, built in concrete instead of banco, and abandoned, but with its red walls and decorated towers, it like a tiny part of Africa shinning among the pine trees.
  • La Turbie’s Trophy

    La Turbie’s Trophy
    Only two Roman Trophys still remain nowadays: one of them is in Adamklissi, Romania (150 km from Bucharest) and the "Trophée dAuguste", in la Turbie, France, on the road from Nice to Monaco (it is in fact the former roman Via Julia Augusta).