What inspired me on Instagram this month. ☟ Figs and coffee View this post on Instagram The perks of doing a cake shoot earlier this week, an excuse to eat cake everyday until it’s gone 🤷🏼♀️ A post shared by Jasmine Dowling (@jasminedowling) on May 30, 2018 at 11:28pm PDT ☟ This seems like my
I always liked greenhouses and therefore, I was very excited to find out that there was a botanical garden right next to our hotel on our last visit to Paris. I researched it a bit before our visit. The Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil is a botanical garden set within a major greenhouse complex on the
One of the most interesting, yet unusual ways to explore Brussels is by finding its numerous, hidden murals. In general, street art transforms Brussels into a giant open-air museum covering walls, street objects, and facades throughout the city. Finding them may feel like a treasure hunt game.
What about a glass or two of Rosé because spring is finally here!
Berlin is my ultimate favorite city. Having lived there for over two years, I used to live in different neighborhoods but I finally settled in Wilmersdorf – in a charming side street off Kurfürstendamm. I used to catch an S-Bahn at Zoologischer Garten or U-Bahn at Kurfürstendamm, and in front of my eyes I saw how
Unforgettable vacation in the former house of one of the oldest Yugoslav actresses of the 20th century – Ita Rina No matter how many times you visit the Balkan side of the Adriatic coast, you will never get enough of it. It is magnificent with its world-class beaches, multi-faceted architecture, and delicious food. Budva in Montenegro
Whether you look up or down, left or right, you will see the tiles. Colorful azulejos -traditional ceramic tiles – decorate walls of Lisbon. Sometimes they depict insightful scenes from daily life. Original azulejos introduced by the Moors in the 8th century were cut into simple geometric shapes and predominantly blue and white. With time colorful azulejos became fashionable. Below
Have you hared of the Social Cities Index? It measures the world’s most sociable cities. The Social Cities Index is a study on global sociability created by Hostelworld and Foresight Factory. They researched ‘sociability’ based on ten distinct categories such as the frequency with which people socialize, openness and the ‘propensity to party.’ The study analyzed the social
Kraków (Cracow) is the second largest cities in Poland. It is also one of the oldest ones. This city, situated on the Wisła (Vistula) river, has been one of the leading centers of academic, cultural, and artistic life in Poland for centuries. As such, it is a must see for urban travelers, architecture lovers, or history buffs.