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Gouda Cheese Market

The distinctive Gouda cheese wheels are delivered by horse and cart, then stacked on the ground by the farmers, before being sold in a traditional manner in front of Gouda’s beautiful old City Hall. The farmers and traders ‘clap hands’ to confirm each sale, in what can only be described as a theatrical spectacle. The […]

Vienna on a bicycle – Ringstrasse

Vienna on a bicycle – Ringstrasse Ringstrasse is probably one of the most beautiful streets in the world. I recently took a bike ride around the Ring to make this video. The cycle lanes are very well maintained, leading mostly through the tree alleys. Vienna on a bicycle is an excellent experience. The lanes are […]

Visit Baltimore

Visit Baltimore I must admit I came to this city a bit sceptical. Not just me, but my companions as well. They all said the city was dangerous, they had seen one TV show or another (I’d watched The Wire), the statistics were horrible. .. However, what we came across was completely different. Baltimore is an excellent […]

Crikvenica Summer 2017

Crikvenica is the pearl of the Croatian northern coast. Nice city with shady promenades, sandy beaches and lots of different sports and gastronomic facilities. Come to Crikvenica to have fun and enjoy the Summer of 2017. Swimming, sunbathing, fun and a good supply of water sports and attractions.Spend your summer holidays in Crikvenica Summer 2017.

The Island of Vis is a Pearl

The Island of Vis is a Pearl among Adriatic islands, left untouched by the development of tourism for so many years – due to its strategic location on the open sea, it served as a military zone. Since the independence of Croatia, the island began opening slowly to the outside world, offering it’s unique traditions, history, cultural […]

Charming Lienz

Charming Lienz The capital of the Austrian state of East Tyrol is known to many skiers. Unfortunately, they often just pass through the city on their way to ski resorts in the Dolomites, and quite a few of them make a stop at the only McDonalds along the road in this part of the Alps. […]

Five reasons to visit Provence

  Five reasons to visit Provence in Spring The markets – Spring in Provence is a special time of the year. The local markets are full of home-grown vegetables. Asparagus, artichokes, green beans… all in attractive colors and shapes. Around Easter, all of the stores are specially decorated with handicrafts and Easter colors and symbols. […]

Mrežnica – river with hundred waterfalls

  Among the green rolling hills, the Mrežnica River has carved its deep canyon. Green colour springs even from the depth and supplement the forest. River is calm, barely flowing. Water lilies cover the river banks, dragonflies zipping by, while the European pond turtle rest on the plants. But, water shines on hundred spectacular waterfalls, […]

La La Land Los Angeles

What to see in Los Angeles? La La Land locations !!! For starters, it is best to visit the locations where the mega popular La La Land was made. Rent a car, install a GPS, and set off into the highway network. The loop between highways 105 and 110 is not a place to linger, […]


Chateauneuf-du-Pape was originally called Castro Novo in 1094 (meaning new fortified village), then Castronovum Calcernarium (Châteauneuf Calcernier, in reference to the use of limestone) before taking its current name in 1893. Clément V, the first pope to be based in Avignon, expanded a pre-existing vineyard in 1309 The Chateauneuf-du-Pape vineyard is known for its top […]

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