Archive for: July 2015

Magnificent Bridges: River Hull Footbridge, UK

Written on July 27, 2015 in Adventure Sport

The River Hull is a navigable river in the East Riding of Yorkshire in the north of England. It rises from a series of springs to the west of Driffield, and enters the Humber estuary at Kingston upon Hull. Following a period when the Archbishops of York charged tolls for its use, it became a...

Continue reading

Canada: Top 10 Amazing Adventure

Written on July 25, 2015 in Adventure Sport

No matter what your ability, and no matter what your taste, Canada has an adventure tailored for you in accessible locations. From rank beginner to seasoned veteran you can find your thrills on the edge of, and sometimes within, city limits. 1. Ski Whistler – Adventure One  of North America’s best adventure  ski resorts, perhaps  best.....

Continue reading

10 Most Haunted tourist destinations In World’s

Written on July 24, 2015 in Adventure Sport

The Halloween season is here and you don’t have to seek out a modern-day manufactured fright house for a scare. Mystery shrouds many famous Haunted tourist destinations that have been around for centuries, and where the ghosts of the people who once walked their streets and halls still linger. Whether it’s a castle in Ireland,...

Continue reading

Krabi – The Heart of Nature

Written on July 24, 2015 in Hill Station

Before plan for a trip Book your Accommodation Krabi, Thailand which is located on the Andaman Sea Coast, around 814 kms from Bangkok. Covering an area of 4,708 square kilometers, comprising mountains, islands, highlands, lowlands and mangrove forests. The best of nature and adventure can be digged in the small but beautiful village in Krabi...

Continue reading

Magnificent Bridges – Puente de la Mujer

Written on July 24, 2015 in Argentina

The striking Puente de la Mujer (Bridge of the Woman) is the barrio’s signature monument. Unveiled in 2001, this gleaming, white structure spans Dique 3 and resembles a sharp fishhook or even a harp – but is supposed to represent a couple dancing the tango. Designed by acclaimed Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava and mostly built...

Continue reading

Top 8 Amazing Hotels In The World

Written on July 23, 2015 in Cities of Canada

You may have enjoyed looking through the 8 Most Beautiful hotels In The World, and the overwhelmingly positive reactions I’ve gotten from that post have encouraged me to create this list of the 8 most amazing, unique, and beautiful hotels in the world. Take a look at some of the most amazing hotels in the world....

Continue reading

Most Magical Places in the World

Written on July 22, 2015 in Hill Station

Hobbits House: City: Dordogne Country: France Hotel: Book your Accommodation Here Lake of Dreams: City: Yuangshuo Country: China Hotel: Book Accommodation here Snow Queen’s Lair: City: Hausham Country: Germany Hotel: Book your Accommodation here Warlocks’ Castle: City: Stonehaven Country: Scotland Hotel: Book your Accommodation here Wis...

Continue reading

Twisted Skyscrapers In And Around The World

Written on July 22, 2015 in Cities of Brazil

One of the latest design trends that seems to have found appeal among some architects is a towering skyscraper that twists its way up to the top. Possibly the first, modern, twisted skyscraper constructed was the Turning Torso in Malmö, Sweden. The Skyscraper residential building is constructed in nine segments of five-story pentagons that twist.....

Continue reading

Extraordinary Brick Sculptures by Brad Spencer

Written on July 22, 2015 in Travel

Brick sculpture can be dated back to ancient Babylon but remains a fresh and interesting enhancement to any building, wall or environment. Projects may include bas (low) relief, high relief, full dimension free standing and often a combination. The brick medium has all the same characteristics of durability and low maintenance as a brick building,....

Continue reading

Magnificent Bridges – Vizcaya Bridge In Spain

Written on July 21, 2015 in Europe

Vizcaya Bridge straddles the mouth of the Ibaizabal estuary, west of Bilbao. It was designed by the Basque architect Alberto de Palacio and completed in 1893. The 45-m-high bridge with its span of 160 m, merges 19th-century ironworking traditions with the then new lightweight technology of twisted steel ropes. It was the first bridge in...

Continue reading

Recent Comments

    Enroll For our Free News Letter

    Enter your email address:

    Delivered by FeedBurner

    Recent Comments

      Top Travelers

      Subscribe

      Crafted with Jazztravels.com by DJMiMi
      Visit Us On Twitter