- wyoming king bed
- luxury walk in closet
- outdoor tuscan patio
- decorating with plates on the wall
- bathroom vanity height
- round houses
- open kitchen ideas
- purple bedroom
- off white kitchen cabinets
- decrative letters
- penny tile bathroom
- faced vs unfaced insulation
- kitchen wall decoration
- family room vs living room
- antique white kitchen cabinets
- rose gold decor
- headboard alternatives
- antique kitchen cabinets
- standard vanity height
- vanity height
- antique white cabinets
- open concept bathroom
- kitchen wall decorating
- tiny house furniture
- kitchen wall ideas
- master bedroom with sitting area
- bedroom sitting area
- bedroom hammock
- wall coverings ideas
- painting basement floor
Vienna and Budapest are two of the most gorgeous cities in Europe so it is really no surprise that they have forever been at the top every traveller’s itinerary, especially if they plan on visiting Hungary or Austria. Both the cities are, thus, major tourist hotspots and people often travel directly from one city to another during their trip....
During a few week trip around northern Europe earlier this year, I decided on a whim to take a quick weekend trip to Barcelona to get a feel for the well-known town. If you jam-pack your three days in the lively spanish town, you’ll have no problem seeing the most important destinations. To prevent the loss of precious time...
In the ex-yugoslavia capital and current hub of Serbia, you will find enchanting artifacts that one wouldn't believe when imagining an old communist city. Belgrade has its fair share of gray, lifeless buildings, but hidden between are bright and cheerful landmarks. When you find yourself cruising through the Balkans, don’t miss these five iconic destinations in the regions capital. 1....
When people think Ireland, they think beer and the most popular city, Dublin. What some don’t realize is the landscape of the country is stunning and steeming with ancient castles. Here are the top 6 destinations to hit on your next adventure through the lovely land of leprechauns. 6. Cliffs of Moher No trip to Ireland is complete without a journey...
Austria is a country booming with rolling hills, quirky towns, and an abundance of history. Due to the flawless transportation options, you can hop on a train and be across the country in a few hours, but you may be asking yourself what are the must-see cities to see when traveling on a time limit. If you’re headed to...
I’ve seen Munich from a touristic point of view, where I only had three days to see the entire city, as well as having six months to explore the ins and outs of the beautiful Bavarian town as a local. The city is quite small compared to other European cities, such as Paris or London, and a lot of...
An Introduction to the Algarve The Algarve is the southernmost region of mainland Portugal, and is famous for its beautiful beaches, tourist activities, and national parks. Although the population is relatively small at just under half a million, the region receives up to 10 million visitors every year. Most of the the Algarve is extremely busy during the summer months due...
There is a famous saying that Rome wasn't built in a day and certainly cant be experienced in a day either. It is perhaps the most famous and historic city with millions of visitors and admirers pouring in all through the year. I had the opportunity to go and experience the city for little more than a week and...
Paris, the City of Love, is the most visited city in the most visited country in the world. However, with a little local insight, it remains possible to find untouched wonders within minutes of the city center. 10. Old City Wall Near the old neighborhood of Saint Paul in Paris' 12th district lies a relic of the past that few people...
The Northern Highlands of Scotland one of the last wild, scarcely populated areas of Western Europe. With laws allowing wild camping, access to most places, and super friendly locals, it is entirely possible to have a fun, relaxing holiday in the highlands for a negligible cost. 10. Scrabster Fishing Port Scrabster is one of the main fishing ports on the North...
It doesn’t matter how beautiful well known touristic spots in Germany are, the true adventurers and curious travellers will always look for some unpredictable and non-clichéd places. Germany may not embrace Halloween with the enthusiasm of other countries but it has more than its fair share of spooky places. The buildings may be falling down, vandalized and abused, but...