Highlight of the Month
Two Roads: Spain and France
Greece, I see, has played such a role in my life, though I just now realized it, odd in hindsight. Aesop’s Fables come flooding back to my mind, gorgeous memories, I was lucky to find. And Homer’s love of story-telling, I feel, Inspired mine to grow, the Achilles’ heel, of which is a feeling that […]
Greece is known for its architecture, its literature, the Olympic Games, its history, and much, much more. According to many, the whole Western literary tradition began with the epic poems of Homer in Ancient Greece, which depicted the antithesis of life: war and peace, honor and disgrace, love and hatred. They have also been credited […]
“The pickpocket is usually very well dressed and of prepossessing appearance,” so says world-famous magician Harry Houdini. He should know! When I was visiting Italy, my group and I received the most bizarre, half serious, half joking warning about pickpockets. “Guys, be careful. Especially about your wallets and passports,” said one leader. “If your sole […]
“The meandering roads and scenic mountains of Delphi.” “The Acroplis: religious center that has withstood the wear of almost 3,000 years.” “The Alternative Athens Tour shows us that graffiti artists thrive in Athens and produce art with absolute freedom.” “Shadows dance against the beach and mountains of Nafplio, Greece.”
“Nafplio, Greece, at sunset.” “The Alternative Athens Tour of Greece captures a different side of the country. One that tourists don’t often stop to absorb.” “The buildings of Greece against the mountains and fuzzy skies make for a picturesque scene.”
Spain and France have had relations throughout history, and that includes sharing influences and materials, as well as cultures, to an extent. With these shared influences, there is a stark resemblance in a lot of the architecture found in Spain and France. In all of these images, Spain is on the left, and France is […]
Two roads diverged in the distant light, Indeed I’m glad I travelled both Amongst our travelers, long I tried Subsequent to their city nights Such sights, I could not let them go Between Sevillian countryside, From the Paris metro, I’ve testified Paid mind to arenas, cathedrals, And mourned their ends in smoke Even still, they’ve […]
Spain and France are the most intriguing of neighbors, with humble beginnings, Rome’s indentured labor. Once divided in spirit, and always in land – nature bestowed divide, with her masterful hand. Their mountains stand majestic, kings in royal blue, skirts of snow lay on their heads, spiked with limestone hue. Their long foothills reach out […]
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