Greece: Icarus and Dedalos in Agia Galini

According to the popular Greek myth, Dedalos was the one who advised Princess Ariadne to give Theseus the thread that helped him come out from the infamous Labyrinth, after killing the Minotaur. The Labyrinth was a maze built by Dedalos; King Minos wanted a building suitable to imprison the mythical monster Minotaur, and according to […]

Falmouth: Cape Cod Sea-Side Town

Capturing all the historic New England sea-side character one envisions at the mention of summer in Cape Cod, Falmouth is a coastal town comprised of eight villages. Spread along 68 miles of coastline, the town boasts ten main beaches and operates four ferry lines across Vineyard Sound for frequent access to Martha’s Vineyard. Visitors can […]

Luxembourg: Bock and Petruss casemates: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Easily the most popular attraction of the city, the casemates are fortifications underground and in the city’s hillside dating back to the 1600’s. The series of formerly defensive passageways wind down spiraling staircases and through narrow hallways with hillside openings, which previously housed cannons but now provide interesting perspectives of the city below. As a […]

Brooklyn’s Rockaway Home for Authentic ThaiThai Nam Phet

Less than an hour’s car ride east of New York City you’ll come across Thai Nam Phet, a Thai restaurant unexpectedly located off Hwy. 46 featuring authentic flavors that have garnered it a loyal following. The restaurant offers a relaxed setting further complimented by the friendly staff and fast service. Thai Nam Phet has been […]

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