Today there are more people running marathons than ever before. In the US alone, a record-breaking 550,000 runners completed the distance in 2014. Swept up in the momentum of the endurance boom is the run-cation: the combination of a destination vacation with an epic running event. “Travel has become part of the runner’s lifestyle and
Londoners and visitors are rediscovering cycling as the fastest, cheapest and often the most enjoyable way to get around the UK capital. “When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road,
Several of the greatest violin makers of all time called Cremona home, and the northern Italian town is still well worth a visit for lovers of stringed things. Over the centuries, Cremona has been home to more notable figures than most towns in the Lombardy region: luminaries such as Nicolò Amati, Giuseppe Guarneri, and Antonio
What could be finer than roaming the wilds with nothing but a small backpack while the bulk of your gear is transported to your next overnight lodging? Trekkers keen to roam Lapland’s high hills typically carry all their belongings with them, trudging over the fells like giant tortoises burdened with huge rucksacks, heavy tents, cooking
”There was nowhere to go but everywhere, so just keep on rolling under the stars.” –Jack Kerouac “Dolomites, where on earth is that?” has been the most frequent question I have been asked ever since I visited Dolomites. Well what are the Dolomites and where are they located? To be exact, the Dolomites are part of
Some people think time is money. I don’t but I do have a huge desire to see and experience as many places as possible and that will make me do the decision for traveling with limited time. Nowadays I prefer direct flights just to be able to watch the last sunrise before heading home from
Dublin is a place of randomness and contradictions. The bus schedules may seem like the biggest lie in the known universe; the weather has a bi-polar mind of its own; the lingo is something from another planet but people are the most welcoming both in the known and unknown universes, and the food is extraordinary.
I was sipping my coffee and watching the sunrise from an airplane window two weeks ago. The sky seemed as if the sun rays were dancing on top of the clouds, like it was a painting. As we landed to Tegel Airport, there was no choice but to put on sunglasses and to find the