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It’s a testament to the layers of history that make Rome a city where the past and present coexist, even within the walls of a McDonald’s. And you can visit it for free while you pass the Termini station on your way elsewhere. Just follow the map below.

History with a Side of Fries: The Roman Wall at McDonald’s

Inside the busy Roma Termini station, nuzzled on the basement floor of a fast food restaurant, you’l…

Today, it's a spectacular district of elegant, stylish architecture – a nod to the past with nods to the future. I was there for a few days in May 2022 for a design conference and decided to use my free time to explore everything Parque das Nações offers. 

Exploring Parque das Nações: Lisbon’s Modern Architectural Marvel

Lisbon's eastern edge was once a landscape of factories and industry. But that all changed when the …

Guess who's the surprise greeter at the National Archives of Finland? Yep, you got it – a teeny, tiny mouse! And I call it the Helsinki's Wise Mice. 

Helsinki’s Wise Mice: The National Archives of Finland’s Adorable Welcome Committee

Guess who's the surprise greeter at the National Archives of Finland? Yep, you got it – a teeny, tin…

Tucked away amidst the timeless beauty of Paris lies the final resting place of the "Poet of the Piano," Frédéric Chopin. Renowned for his remarkable contributions to the Romantic movement, Chopin's musical legacy has left an unforgettable mark on the world.

Chasing Chopin in Paris: Discovering the Maestro’s Resting Place

Tucked away amidst the timeless beauty of Paris lies the final resting place of the "Poet of the Pia…

I've had a deep appreciation for Finland for many years. This century-old country is full of surprises and mysteries. While it might not be the first place that comes to mind for a holiday, look at the pictures of Koli National Park, and you'll change your mind.

Monochrome Majesty: Koli National Park’s Beauty Revealed in Black and White

Early in January 2023, I visited another fantastic place in Finland: Koli National Park. Known for b…

Naboo in Italy: A Day Trip from Milan to the Breathtaking Villa del Balbianello

Have you ever dreamt of strolling into the enchanting landscapes of Naboo from Star Wars? Well, brac…

Welcome to the Lisbon Oceanarium, an incredible aquarium located in a part of town called Parque das Nações. Here, we will provide practical insights about this captivating attraction and guide you through everything you need to know for a memorable visit.

Discover the Fascinating Lisbon Oceanarium: A Must-Visit Destination in Portugal

Welcome to the Lisbon Oceanarium, an incredible aquarium located in a part of town called Parque das…

De Poezenboot, also known as "The Catboat," is a floating animal sanctuary on a canal in Amsterdam. Established by Henriette van Weelde in 1966, the Cat Boat provides shelter for stray, sick, and abandoned cats and has since grown into an official charity.

A Purrfect Adventure: Discovering the Catboat Sanctuary of Amsterdam

De Poezenboot, also known as "The Catboat," is a floating animal sanctuary on a canal in Amsterdam. …

If you're a cat lover and happen to be in Barcelona, one of the must-see attractions is the Botero Cat. This iconic bronze sculpture has become a symbol of the city and the Raval neighborhood, where it currently resides at the end of the avenue.

The Chubby and Cute Botero Cat: A Symbol of Barcelona’s Vibrant Art Scene

If you're a cat lover and happen to be in Barcelona, one of the must-see attractions is the Botero C…

The Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome is a unique shelter dedicated solely to providing care and protection to stray cats. Located in the historical center of Rome, the sanctuary has become an important landmark for both animal lovers and tourists.

Purrfectly Unique: A Tour of the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome

The Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary in Rome is a unique shelter dedicated solely to providing care and…

The Hague was a surprise to me. A city that I only knew due to be home to U.N.’s International Court of Justice. But Hague is way more than this. It has a gorgeous mixture of old and new architecture, a lot of cultural events and canals that will make you feel like you are walking in Amsterdam, without all the tourists.

A Traveler’s Guide To The Hague

As the third-largest city in the country, The Hague has a lot to offer its visitors, making it a pop…

If you're interested in politics and history, visiting the Marx Memorial Library in London should be on your list of must-see destinations. The library is dedicated to studying and preserving the works of Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx, two of the most influential philosophers of the 19th century.

The Marx Memorial Library: Exploring the History of Marxism in London

If you're interested in politics and history, visiting the Marx Memorial Library in London should be…

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