History

Onnea Suomi!

In December 6, 1917, the Grand Duchy of Finland ended its autonomy within Russia and declared itself an independent nation. Suomi -known to the rest of the world as Finland- was finally free from the tug of war between its two powerful neighbors. However, years of strife followed; a short but bitter civil war tore […] Read more…

Vatican City: How to See it All

So you wanna see the Pope? Maybe you like his sweet robes, maybe you dig his cool car, maybe he is your modern day super hero. No matter what, you are headed for Vatican City. While the odds of you seeing Papa Francis are slim -unless you intentionally attend a mass in the square (suggestion-don’t […] Read more…

An Ireland Favorite: Rock of Cashel

I am not certain that I have words to express how stunning the Rock of Cashel is. Fortunately, I have tons of gorgeous photos. Actually, I think these are some of the most spectacular photos we have captured to date – and it isn’t on our account. The surreal scenery and unbelievable lighting did all […] Read more…

Escape to Malta: St. Julian’s and Sliema

Southern Europe has this vibe that does not exist anywhere else in the world. The sun-drenched land offers drool-worthy produce year round – massive lemons, bright red tomatoes, juicy fruits- as well as beautiful people who have soaked up every ray of golden sun from the seemingly endless summer. The locals are genuinely friendly and ceaselessly accommodating […] Read more…

Budapest : Pest District

If Buda is the more ancient hilly district, Pest is the bustling, sprawling modern sister. Not to say that Pest is too modern. After all, it still houses continental Europe’s oldest underground railway system which runs below the famous Andrássy út, an elegant street lined with beautiful buildings from Budapest’s shining era before the desolation of […] Read more…

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