1. A perfect sunset in Porto
2. Porto is one of the most popular cities to visit in Europe right now, and for a very good reason
It’s stunning old town on the picturesque Douro River, it’s six bridges, classifies Porto as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You must visit
3. Throwback L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped. Paris France
“L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, a temporary artwork for Paris, is on view for 16 days from Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, October 3, 2021. The project has been realized in partnership with the Centre des Monuments Nationaux and in coordination with the City of Paris. It also receives the support of the Centre Pompidou. The Arc de Triomphe is wrapped in 25,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue, and with 3,000 meters of red rope. In 1961, three years after they met in Paris, Christo and Jeanne-Claude began creating works of art in public spaces. One of their projects was to wrap a public building. When he arrived in Paris, Christo rented a small room near the Arc de Triomphe and had been attracted by the monument ever since. In 1962, he made a photomontage of the Arc de Triomphe wrapped, seen from the Avenue Foch and, in 1988, a collage. 60 years later, the project will finally be concretized.”
From TT Blanchettnnante
4. Homemade Yuba, dried Tofu skin
During the boiling of soy milk, in an open shallow pan, a film or skin forms on the liquid surface. The films are collected and dried into yellowish sheets known as tofu skin
5. A beautiful day with a view, at Paris, France
6. Humans doing amazing things, watch this guy walking on air
7. Some are into feet, some are into dressing up but when it comes to a male Arabian camel
(dromedary) he likes to blow up a portion of his soft palate with air to a point that it protrudes out of his mouth as a sign
8. Ever been so close to the Eiffel tower at Paris?
9. Looks like a modern maze! Who would you get lost in there with? At NYC
10. Feeding my wild deer pet
11. Gloomy day at Paris, France. But still a beautiful view btw
12. Antigua Guatemala this beautiful town is full of cobblestone streets and cathedrals built in the 1500s with volcanos near by
13. I would wake up and freak out, at Peru
14. Enjoy the pink pastel sunset sky with a view at Porto
15. Fool me once, Wait you’re not my mom!
16. Enjoying sunrise in Skjeggedal, Trolltonga, Norway, Spectacular views
17. Marine flatwarm engulfs a crab at low tide
From Kurt cabahug
18. Oh, so you are leaving me for travel again eh hooman?
19. Paris, France with a view from above
20. We have something very special to show you! We found a hidden GEM in Yucatan Mexico. Make sure you add this to your bucket list
A few of the things that made this Hotel experience very special was how cozy and at home we felt from the minute we arrived. The outside looks like you’re walking into an older building with flat walls, but it’s when you enter that your jaw drops. The interior design of this older colonial style Casita gives you that Spaniard 1500 vibes. Every piece in this hotel was carefully chosen by the founder Ivette Beltrán. This isn’t your typical hotel, they truly make you feel like you’re family. Chef Mario and Viviana cook authentic Yucatan dishes that tasted delicious. When you arrive be sure to ask Ulises to make you one of his delicious mixed drinks. We can’t write this review without mentioning the hotel manager Carolina who greeted us with the friendliest genuine energy from the minute we arrived and continued to check in with us making sure we were having the best experience. About Merida: The city of Merida itself was founded by Francisco de Montejo y León in 1542 on top of an ancient Maya city called T'ho, whose stonework was repurposed by the Spaniards as foundations to erect lofty Catholic churches and colonial mansions. Reasons to visit Merida: Five-star Service- Archaeological Sites – Gastronomy – Architecture - Museums & Art
21. This is Desmo Race and it can be found in Mirabilandia in Italy. To be honest we did not like this coaster that much, but for non-riders it for sure looks amazing"
22. Italian dinner on the way to Alaska from Jamie Oliver’s kitchen on the Royal Caribbean had Incredible food and amazing views
From @starkindmitry & @scottcbakken
23. Panda enjoying this year's autumn rain
24. Who’s ready for snow season? At Mailbox peak, Washington
25. It's feeding time! Here is your Watermelon
26. In the winter, the Dolomites, Italy are known for skiing, while in the summer and late spring/early fall
the Dolomites are known for mountain climbing, hiking, cycling, and BASE jumping, as well as paragliding and hang gliding.
27. The Saratov Bridge, which spans the Volga River in Saratov, Russia, was the Soviet Union's longest bridge
when it opened in 1965. It is 2,803.7 metres long (9,198 ft). It connects Saratov on the Volga's right (west) bank with Engels on the left (east) bank.
28. How amazing is this tunnel in Guangzhou, China?
29. Everyone wants that sunset shot in Santorini, Greece