Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary Location: Largo di Torre Argentina Via Arenula corner (archaeological area) 6 minutes walk from Pantheon 20 minutes walk from the Colosseum Opening hours: Every day: 12am- 5pm Since ancient times, cats have been very popular in Rome. Besides hunting mice and rats, cats were also great companions for wealthy people. TheContinue reading “Cool place to see a cat colony in Rome.”
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An Interesting Fact About Michelangelo’s “Creation Of Adam.”
My dear friends, I would like to take a moment to relax and enjoy a coffee break with you during this absolutely insane time. A very curious fact caught my attention, and I wanted to share it with you. I think you might find it interesting, especially if you are into art. Do you knowContinue reading “An Interesting Fact About Michelangelo’s “Creation Of Adam.””
Best attractions in the Florence and skip the line tickets to the galleries.
Florence is one of the most delightful cities in Italy. So rich in art, architecture, history and it is one of my favorite ones. Our trip was really amazing that I can endlessly talk about it. There is so much to see, learn, admire, and explore. All the traveling tips are based on my experience.Continue reading “Best attractions in the Florence and skip the line tickets to the galleries.”
Things to see around Keystone, South Dakota. Part 2.
To enjoy the little town of Keystone, you will need at least 3-4 days, maybe even a week. I already shared some necessary information about Mt Rushmore Memorial in my previous post. If you missed it, then please click here to read it. What else can you explore there? Here are some ideas for you. Continue reading “Things to see around Keystone, South Dakota. Part 2.”
Visiting South Dakota: Mount Rushmore Memorial and Keystone Town. Part 1.
Every country or city has a recognizable iconic place or famous symbol. Even at a glance, you can tell where it is. The United States is identified with The Statue of Liberty, Las Vegas, The Grand Canyon National Park and, of course, Mount Rushmore National Memorial with the impressive monumental sculpture of four United StatesContinue reading “Visiting South Dakota: Mount Rushmore Memorial and Keystone Town. Part 1.”
Skip the line tickets and tips for first time visiting Colosseum.
The Colosseum is an iconic symbol of Rome, beautiful, powerful and historical. It was the largest and absolutely outstanding amphitheater in the Roman world. It’s one of the most famous sights in Italy and a very popular tourist destination. The Colosseum was build in 1st century CE and commissioned by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty as a gift to the Roman people. Later, his son Titus openedContinue reading “Skip the line tickets and tips for first time visiting Colosseum.”
How to buy skip the line tickets, Save money and See an amazing Vatican Museum.
I can’t wait when we are going to be able to live our “normal” life again and start to travel. I am sure you have the same desperate wish as I do. Hopefully, one day we can pick our desirable destination and… hooray!!! We are going to the place of our dream. We are allContinue reading “How to buy skip the line tickets, Save money and See an amazing Vatican Museum.”
Detroit: Henry Ford Museum.
I started listening to an audiobook written by Arthur Hailey “Wheels”.I love this author and read almost all of his books. He always has the ability to develop an entertaining plot, precisely describe the production environment, specific details of jobs, and occupations. I really like to read his book. In this novel “Wheels”, Arthur HaileyContinue reading “Detroit: Henry Ford Museum.”
My new home city: Winnipeg, Canada.
Winnipeg is my new home city. It is not a very big city, but not small either. Lots of people don’t like Winnipeg. Some of them moved out with the first opportunity, but some of them continue to live here and complain. I don’t blame them. Unfortunately, Winnipeg is not a city where you wantContinue reading “My new home city: Winnipeg, Canada.”
Which countries have the most UNESCO Heritage sites ?
55 Heritage Sites: 55 Heritage Sites: 48 Heritage Sites: Reference: UNESCO – https://en.unesco.org/about-us/introducing-unesco 46 Heritage Sites: 45 Heritage Sites: