I went back somewhere in time, into an old, authentic, fascinating and beautiful Romania. That made me nostalgic and I remembered moments from my childhood when I ran barefoot through the grass, when I was sitting near the stove, when I ate donuts made by my grandmother … That’s what happens at the Astra Museum in Sibiu, the largest outdoor museum in Europe.
There is a small but interesting museum in Grand-Place in Brussels: The Beer Museum (Het Brouwershuis / La Maison des Brasseurs). The museum was opened in the XVIth century and reveals another side of the city and its history. A history sprinkled with beer Belgium has a long tradition in manufacturing many types of beer.…
Being here, SEA Aquarium Sentosa was the second thing on the list after Marina Bay. I could not miss what was, until 2014, the largest Marine Park in the world. Then, the Chinese made a bigger one!
We continued our journey until the Niagara River spilled into Lake Ontario. In that point, there is a simple, old and charming fortress: Old Fort Niagara. It dates back to the days when the great empires fought for controlling North America. The buildings date from the 18th century and now are used as exhibition spaces.
Well, if you want to find out where comes from the most diverse, delicious and expensive chocolate, forget about Switzerland and go in Belgium! When I discovered the Chocolate Museum I was so happy, I forget about any other „important” place I had to visit! Because I consider there is not a bigger fan of chocolate…
Romania is a very surprising country, especially around Christmas. The carols are not the only tradition we have. Here, each area has its own way of celebrating the winter holidays, with a diversity which is very hard to describe. So, I will let you know some of our traditions and I hope to make you so curious that next year you’ll book a vacation in Romania!
One of the most representative buildings in the United States, The Capitol was my first stop in Washington. I made a booking with a month in advance just to be sure that one of my best friends, doing an internship there, could be my guiding tour. So I knew my visit would be special!