The Rio Lagartos biosphere is a huge reserve in Yucatan Mexico. The 150,000 acres of biosphere include an estuary and 35km of beaches. The actual lagoon is named Ria ...
The Storm King Art Center is a sculptural park located in Mountainville NY. The center lays itself of 500 acres of open fields and woodlands and showcases a permanent collection of over 100 pieces. It was founded in 1960 by Ralph Odgen and was originally meant to be a museum for the Hudson River School of […]
After leaving Andalusia, one of the things we missed the most was the Alfonso XIII. The hotel is the quintessential old Europe, featuring great warm service, luxurious home away from home. It’s the exact opposite of modern and trendy boutique hotels. Definitely not a party place, but a great place where you get to relax without being annoyed […]
Sacromonte is a district of the city of Granada in Spain. The area takes its name from the Sacromonte Abbey, located on top of the Valparaiso hill. The Abbey was built in the 17th century on top of Roman catacombs. According to local legends the catacombs preserve the relics of the city patron saint, Cecilio. Sacromonte […]
Also known as Feria de Nuestra Señora de la Salud (Our Lady of Health) or simply as Feria De Mayo, the festival takes place in the last week of May, right outside the city of Cordoba in Spain. Everything happens inside a perimeter called El Real de Arenal, which means the area with sand. It’s similar to the […]
The Minnewaska State Park Preserve is located in Ulster County New York, 90 miles from New York city. A great weekend destination, it becomes especially popular in summer time and fall. The outstanding views of the Catskills dressed up in fall foliage, the two lakes (Minnewaska and Awosting), the Awosting falls create a picturesque north […]
Sevilla, the capital of Andalusia, founded approximately 2,200 years ago, conquered by the Romans, the Moors, the Visigoths, each different culture leaving clear layers of their unique personality embedded in this beautiful city. Sevilla was the birthplace of two Roman emperors, Trajan and Hadrian, it became the first seat of a cora under the Caliphate of […]
The Plaza De Espana was built in occasion of the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, under king Alfonso XIII. The Expo was a fair where every Spanish region and Portugal, the United States, Brazil, Uruguay, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Chile, the Republic of Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Panama, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Ecuador were […]