New York City has seen it all, done it all. Few come to New York to surprise; more end up being surprised themselves. The city's architecture, food, fashion and state of mind are what keeps people drawn to this, perhaps, most fascinating metropolis in the world.
The Perfect 48 Hours in Lisbon | Via Yahoo Travel | 14/08/2015 Located on the coast, Lisbon is the oldest city in Western Europe. This distinction make it the perfect place to sample traditional food and customs in a modern environment. In reality, you need weeks to truly explore and get a feel for Lisbon, but if you only have two days, here is the perfect itinerary. #Portugal
Ontario is so much more than meets the eye. Though most are familiar with the capital city, Ottawa, and the big urban centre, Toronto, much of its massive territory goes undiscovered. Travel to Canada and lay eyes on incredible architectural design, untouched natural beauty, sandy beaches with challenging ocean waves, and sacred, spiritual spaces. | /explorecanada/
“She hates me,” observed Clary.“No, she doesn’t,” he said, to her surprise. “You just make her nervous, because she’s always been the only girl in a crowd of adoring boys, and now she isn’t anymore.”“But she’s so beautiful.”“So are you,” said Jace, “and very different from how she is, and she can’t help but notice that. She’s always wanted to be small and delicate, you know. She hates being taller than most boys.” - City of Bones
Free things to do in New York City - Surprise, surprise, the Real Little Italy of New York City is located in The Bronx. The Arthur Avenue area is the place to go for the best Italian food and specialties. My guide to the neighborhood will show you where to eat, shop and relax. Remember to bring the kids or your significant other (since you need to share all that decadent food!)
In the seaside city of Porto, Portugal, beautiful surprises are waiting around every corner. | The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Travel to Porto in Portugal to enjoy the architecture and beauty of the city. -- Have a look at http://www.travelerguides.net