Posted 8 months ago

In switzerland, Durex is protecting more then …… 

Posted 9 months ago

Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn
Really cool place. I felt so much creativity and had a Brooklyn Brown ale beer from the brewery just upposide the street.
Ps the champagne coktail is nice toi

Posted 9 months ago

Press Lounge bar is a cool rooftop lounge bar in NYC. And what a view…

Posted 10 months ago

Historic and ethnographic museum on Sulaiman-Too mountain in Osh, Kirghizia.

The museum complex was built in 1978. Its structure represents a huge glassed concrete arch which in fact closes the entry to the cave. Initially they planned to use it for a restaurant but it never happened

Posted 10 months ago

Lake Retba – Senegal

Posted 10 months ago

Based in Kensington, the hotels are rooms are inspired by the local London neighbourhood, referencing 5 central concepts: botany, music, geometry, ornithology and astronomy. These are the Victorian values of discovery and wonder.

http://yabbedoo.com/The_Ampersand_Hotel

Posted 10 months ago

The bar symbolizes the spirit of the establishment. Behind a long counter, the bartender (ask for Pierre) and mixologist prepares tasty cocktails with unique expertise where everything has its importance: the choice of the basic ingredients, the mixture of aromas, the ice block specially tailored for each beverage…

In a musical atmosphere created by the DJ, the N’vY Bar also offers original fusion cuisine. The cuisine is at acceptable Geneva prices, the staff is super friendly and the food is lovely.

Extra Tip They offer free parking, which is for me a unique feature in Geneva.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/NvY_hotel
Website: http://www.manotel.com/barsrestaurants/nvy-bar/

Posted 1 year ago

Hello London, and welcome to a new kind of hotel. citizenM is a boutique hotel in central London located at the Bankside, minutes from the Tate Modern and London Bridge, and within walking distance from Southwark tube station (Jubilee Line).

Posted 1 year ago

Stokes Croft in Bristol – the area where art turns to life!

We’ve already told you about Bristol, the city where art, history and beauty come together. It’s a must see place if you ever come to the United Kingdom or in London and stay for more than a few days.

Bristol is a very artsy city, so if you enjoy street art this is the place to be. You’ll be amazed by the interesting stencils and graffiti on the walls of Nelson Street and those in Stokes Croft area.

The name Stokes Croft has come to refer to an area around the road as an informal district encompassing Jamaica Street, the junction of Picton Street and Ashley Road, and the southern part of Cheltenham Road.

The area (Stokes Croft) is a centre of art, music and independent shops in Bristol, with clubs such as the Croft, Lakota and Blue Mountain; the nearby music college BIMM Bristol on King Square.

Moreover, the area’s character has given rise to a group of activists and artists calling themselves The People’s Republic of Stokes Croft (PRSC), who are seeking to revitalise the area through community action and public art.

Stokes Croft takes its name from John Stokes, a medieval inhabitant of Bristol who was mayor of the city in the late 14th century.

This part of the town is a very exciting place to visit – you will walk through underground passages transformed into galleries where you will find original and expressive graffiti.

Also, at the junction of Stokes Croft and Jamaica Street, it is a large mural,“The Mild Mild West”, painted some time ago in the 1990s by Banksy. It depicts teddybear lobbing a Molotov cocktail at three riot police. In 2007 the mural was voted Alternative Landmark of Bristol.

We warmly recommend this city and Stokes Croft area. It’s urban, amazing and genuine artistic, therefore if you enjoy subcultures you really should put Bristol on the list.

Posted 1 year ago
FUN FACTS ABOUT ETHIOPIA
1. Ethiopia is almost twice the size of Texas.
2. It is the birthplace of coffee and they have official coffee ceremonies in the home. If you are offered coffee, it is very rude to decline. (what am I going to do?)
3. They claim the final resting place of the Ark of the covenant at a chapel in the holy city of Aksum, which used to be the capital of Ethiopia. 4. Ethiopia has 63 airports. Only 17 of them have a paved runway. YIKES, I hope we pick the right one  5. Often women feed the men with their fingers as a mark of love and devotion to them. 6. There are 13 months in the Ethiopian Calendar. Each month has 30 days and the last month has only 5 or 6. New Year is celebrated on September 11th and they are almost eight years behind our western calendar.
7. Homes are a traditionally a round hut called a Tukul. The floor is dirt, the walls are either sticks and/or mud, and the roof is made out of a long grass called Tef. Families like to use magazines or newspapers as “wallpaper” in their homes.
8. Traditionally, parents and children do not share a last name. Most kids take their father’s first name as their last name.
9. Did you know that a large portion of the Ethiopian population claims descent from King Solomon of Jerusalem and Makeda, the queen of Sheba? 10. Ethiopian television consists of just one channel.

FUN FACTS ABOUT ETHIOPIA

1. Ethiopia is almost twice the size of Texas.

2. It is the birthplace of coffee and they have official coffee ceremonies in the home. If you are offered coffee, it is very rude to decline. (what am I going to do?)

3. They claim the final resting place of the Ark of the covenant at a chapel in the holy city of Aksum, which used to be the capital of Ethiopia. 4. Ethiopia has 63 airports. Only 17 of them have a paved runway. YIKES, I hope we pick the right one :) 5. Often women feed the men with their fingers as a mark of love and devotion to them. 6. There are 13 months in the Ethiopian Calendar. Each month has 30 days and the last month has only 5 or 6. New Year is celebrated on September 11th and they are almost eight years behind our western calendar.

7. Homes are a traditionally a round hut called a Tukul. The floor is dirt, the walls are either sticks and/or mud, and the roof is made out of a long grass called Tef. Families like to use magazines or newspapers as “wallpaper” in their homes.

8. Traditionally, parents and children do not share a last name. Most kids take their father’s first name as their last name.

9. Did you know that a large portion of the Ethiopian population claims descent from King Solomon of Jerusalem and Makeda, the queen of Sheba? 10. Ethiopian television consists of just one channel.