Canadian Grand Prix: Formula 1 Racing in the Heart of Montreal

Although the race takes center stage and everyone’s attention turns to the elite F-1 drivers racing 70 laps around the city’s track on race day, Grand Prix weekend transforms Montreal as the jet set and race enthusiasts storm the city for a three day celebration that offers 24/7 entertainment both on and off the track. […]

Connecticut’s PEZ Visitor Center & Manufacturing Facility

The building is marked by a striking sign made of three stacked over-sized packages of the iconic candy. In the entrance, where tickets for the self-guided tour can be purchased, visitors pass by a colorful floor to ceiling wall holding over 700 PEZ dispensers before passing into the Visitor’s Center where they come face-to-face with […]

Barcelona’s Last Bullring: Plaza de Toros Monumental

A short walk from the iconic La Sagrada Familia is the Monumental Bullring, which first opened in 1914 under its original name “El Sport.” At the time, there were only two other bullrings in Barcelona, Plaza de El Torín, built in 1834, and Plaza de las Arenas, built in 1900. The venue took its current […]

Barcelona: Antoni Gaudi’s Palau Güell

The wealthy industrialist Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi, who would become Gaudi’s main patron, commissioned the architect in 1885 to design his private residence, which would become known as Palau Güell. In addition to being a personal residence, Güell intended to use the property to show off his affluence through exhibitions, concerts and other events. The […]

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