All posts tagged: Vienna

Top 9 Things To Do In Hanoi, Vietnam

“There’s so much going on” is what most people will tell you about Hanoi. Indeed, there’s a lot happening all at once but I loved it!  Here’s the top nine attraction to see when in Hanoi: 1.The Huc Bridge- This beautiful red bridge connects the sacred Buddhist Ngoc Son Temple and the bank of Hoan Kiem Lake in the center of the city.  2.Hoàn Kiếm Lake- Hoan Kiem Lake, also known as Hồ Gươm, is a lake in the historical center of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. The lake is one of the major scenic spots in the city and serves as a local point for its public life.  3. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum – Vietminh leader Ho Chi Minh’s final resting place. When He died in 1969, his body was sent to Russia to be preserved. It is very impressive to see how many people stand in line for hours just to visit his body and pay respects. Make sure you spot the change of guards!  4. Temple of Literature – Also known as Temple of Confucius and Vietnam’s first …

This is Miami: What To See & Do

📍Miami, Florida, USA ✈️ Arrive at Miami International Airport (MIA) or Fort-Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) 🏨 Stay at SLS Brickell – 1 Hotel South Beach – Mandarin Oriental -EAST Hotel     ☀️ When to go? February – July  🍴Must Try: Miami’s Authentic Cuban Cuisine (Versailles Restaurant)  🚲 Bikes Available for rent via Citibike Miami   1.Wynwood Walls – No visit to Miami is complete without stopping by Wynwood Walls. Located in Wynwood neighborhood. Each wall has it’s uniqueness! 2. Perez Art Museum – If you like art, this is the place to be. The Perez Art Museum focuses on showcasing famous artists from all over the world and their art work. Enjoy exhibitions all year around. For more information, visit their website at http://pamm.org 3. Freedom Tower – During the revolution, many Cubans left their country and head towards starting a new life in Miami. Upon arrival, cubans needed to check-in to the Freedom Tower. Also, did you know this building was the tallest building in Miami? 4. Little Havana – A piece of …

Letter To All Who Think Millennials Are Crazy For Traveling

Not too long ago I stumble upon an article while surfing the web: “Self-made Millionaire: Millennials don’t travel – yet.” – Via CNBC. It only took me a few sentences to conclude that I wasn’t going to agree with any of the advice this “self-made millionaire” wrote to millennials who travel the world in their twenties. I bit my lips with anger from beginning to end. It was hard (impossible) to get this article out of my head, so I decided to write the following letter to Grant Cardone:    Dear Grant Cardone,           Thank you for taking the time to give us millennials your so-called “advice” to younger generations. From reading the article I understand that you had a very successful career and business life, congratulations hard work does pays off. But let me tell you: you are 100% wrong. (No offense, or whatever)            As a millennial I feel offended by all your suppositions on the reason behind why we travel. When you say:  “The …

The Best of Vienna: Photo Gallery

📍Vienna, Austria  ✈️ Arrive at Vienna International Airport (VIE) 🏨 Stay at Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark  🚖 Uber Friendly    ☀️ When to go? April – July  🍴Must Try: Wiener Schnitzel – Veal Goulash             Vienna is: Classic, beautiful and simply tradicional! This city radiates nothing but classical music and art. In comparison to other cities in Europe, Vienna is elegant and very classy! For those who love art, music and beautiful architecture, this city is for you.           A visit to Vienna isn’t complete without experiencing a live classical music concert! There are multiple concerts playing every night for you to choose. The easiest way to book your ticket is thru Expedia or Aviator. Also, some hotels have the option to acquire same-day tickets at the concierge.            Apart from the classical music and operas, Vienna offers delicious traditional dishesfor you to enjoy! Austrian food is a culinary masterpiece. During my stay I tried multiple dishes and every single one of …

Yeah, I Broke My Foot in Vienna

You know when you are so happy that all you want to do is get up and dance? That’s how I felt my first day in Vienna. My crazy “organizing every detail of the trip” self hired a private car to take me from the airport to the hotel located in downtown Vienna. Called Austria Trend Hotel Rathauspark. When I first walked in all I could think was, “well this is not the Radisson Blu in Berlin, but it’s perfect!” Left my belongings and continued my journey. Walked a couple of blocks and there it was. Vienna, as seen in the movies! What a beautiful city. The trees leaves were yellow, white and pink. Gorgeous, isn’t it? I could smell the Spring as the wind blew into my face. I love to walk with no sense of direction. You know like getting lost… But not really because it’s the year 2016 and we have phones with GPS. Walked for hours and hours and took marvelous pictures of the city’s architecture and it’s beautiful (and multiple) parks. …