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Fifty Shades of Budapest

Fifty Shades of Budapest

 There’s something refreshingly unpretentious about Budapest. It doesn’t crave attention because it knows that architecturally, it has an exotic twist that effortlessly lures you in .  One can grow exhausted from walking on either side of the Dunabe and still be left with wanting more of its “Art Noveau” architectural paradise.  Budapest’s streets are rustically adorned with […]

Antonio Gaudí, Architect, Mason, and Saint?

Antonio Gaudí, Architect, Mason, and Saint?

Three days ago Google celebrated the 161st birthday of Antonio Gaudí, the eccentric Catalan architect responsible for one of Barcelona’s most symbolic basilica, La Sagrada Familia. Since 1992 the Vatican has tried to canonize Gaudí, and in recent years, those in favor of his beatification say they have proof that he can also produce miracles. It seems […]

INTERVIEWS

Interview with an Addict: Chronicles of a Travel Addict

This month’s featured interview is with one of my favourite writers, Cristina Luisa from The Chronicles of a Travel Addict.  Her writing and travel experiences are not only informative but most importantly, inspiring and motivational.  The first time I read one of her personal stories she grabbed my attention with a question we should all […]

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