The Acropolis of Athens

The Acropolis of Athens, the most famous of the many acropolises in Greece, is situated approximately 500 feet above the coastal section of the city, on a flat, seven acre section of craggy limestone, offering stunning views of Athens and beyond. Construction of the buildings was completed in just fifty years during the mid 5th... Continue Reading →

Travel Photos of Tokyo

Tokyo has been on my mind a lot recently due to the Olympic Games, so I thought I would share some of my favorite photos of this amazing city. One of the many stunning parks you’ll find in Tokyo. Tokyo, Japan's capital city, is the biggest city in the world and is home to 36... Continue Reading →

Silver and Gold

Kyoto, Japan is an amazing and historical place to visit. I have been there only once; in July when the weather was absolutely sweltering; not the best time of year to visit. There are many sites to see in Kyoto, but the highlight for me was Ginkakuji also known as the Silver Temple. This temple... Continue Reading →

Shrines and Temples in Tokyo and Seoul

Visiting temples, shrines and cathedrals can be an inspirational way to connect with the community when visiting a new place. I enjoy visiting cathedrals in Europe, and I love to find the smaller ones located in villages, rather than the huge, famous ones in the big cities. These are usually quiet and deserted, which makes... Continue Reading →

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