Choosing the Right Road Trip Vehicle

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Are you done with the Black Weekend Shopping? For sure,  all the shopaholics out there had fun shopping during the black week especially last Black Friday sales and promos. I saw one friend who posted in facebook saying that she already  bought her dream car which sounds really great!  I am happy for her. She said that it is the prize for her hard work. Why not?

How about you? Have  you decided to buy a new car this holiday season as your special gift? Or are you still planning to window shop one?

This is always the topic at home or when we go to a party or  gathering. Family and relatives were always asking me what  would be my dream car?  If  you only know that I am longing for the perfect vehicle that I can use for  road trips. (more…)

 

Why You Should Travel to Places Near and Far

Some would say the advent of the ocean-going ships contributed the most to advance transportation, but one technological marvel that is less talked about is the internal combustion engine which powered the early cars, trains, ships, and propeller planes.  Because of its fuel efficiency, it was in great demand during the late 19th century.  For the first time, people living in rural areas could choose between several modes of transportation, and open their lives with more worldly experiences.

It’s amazing that even today, there are people who have never left their home state to travel to another one, let alone another country.  Even in a world class metropolis like New York, there are those who have never left the borough they were born in.  It’s a shame that with all the means of getting around we have now, more people don’t take the time to experience something new.  Maybe by reading this blog, they will be encouraged to make a change. (more…)

 

Gallivanting at Downtown Berkeley, California

It took me forever to start this post. I already want to sleep because I am on a 6-day shift starting today, but there is a group in Facebook where I always love reading the posts of the members who love traveling. Wanderlust is actually calling me but I cannot travel at the moment. I can’t wait for the next travels to commence next month.

Berkeley is a city on the east shore of San Francisco Bay in northern Alameda County, California. It is named after the eighteenth-century bishop and philosopher George Berkeley. It borders the cities of Oakland and Emeryville to the south and the city of Albany and unincorporated community of Kensington to the north.
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Go for Movavi Screen Recorder To Capture Videos On Foreign Lifestyle

Are you to travel to a foreign land soon? It could be the very heel USA or the oriental Nippon land or the very orthodox Turkey. That’s wonderful but before you reach there, you must get the solid idea on the overall ambience there, including the local culture and lifestyle. This will help you with proper packing and expectations as you embark on your voyage. You will find video programs online highlighting on the lifestyle of USA and many other foreign nations with a gist on the people, attractions, customs & traditions there. You must follow these videos closely to avoid any cultural mistakes on your foreign trip. (more…)

 

Walhalla, the Parthenon of Bavaria

Hey guys! How have you been? I hope everything is great with all of you. I am happy to be backed here again! This blog already miss a lot of things n the blogosphere and I think it is time to share some updates again. If I have more time, I should be telling you a lot of travel stories here. Sad to say, time is always limited at the moment.

“The memorial displays some 65 plaques and 130 busts of persons, covering 2,000 years of history. The earliest person honored is Arminius, victor at the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest (9 AD).”

The hall of fame in Bavaria, Germany known as the Walhalla.

Let me begin..It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon. It was still foggy in the morning when we drove to Regensburg but later in the afternoon, the sun finally appeared. After taking a lunch buffet in an Asian restaurant, we decided to visit the Parthenon of Bavaria. If you happen to visit the Acropolis in Athens, for sure you know what I am talking about. In short if Athens has its Parthenon, I can  say Germany has also its own version of it. This amazing architecture is called the Walhalla,  which is also modeled  from the Parthenon of Greece. (more…)

 
 

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