Travel and Leisure

Tomar: Portugal's Magical and Wondrous Town

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
You will feel the life, spirit, and history of Tomar Portugal the moment you walk its streets. Follow along with the River Nabao which runs through the narrow streets of Tomar, across ancient bridges, as you make your way to the beautiful churches found here with wondrous statues, ceiling pai Read More

Grand Teton National Park and Its Spectacular Natural Features (Video)

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The Grand Teton National Park embraces the most scenic portion of the Teton Range of Wyoming, with an area of approximately 150 square miles, or 96,000 acres. It varies from 3 to 9 miles in width and is 27 miles in length. The northern extremity of the park is about 11 miles south of the southern bo Read More

St. Stephen's Cathedral: The Resplendent Baroque Church of Passau

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
A majestic House of God sits atop a hill in the Altstadt, “Old City”, of Passau. It overlooks the glistening Danube River and the junction of Ilz, a tributary of the Danube running through the Bavarian Forest. Inside is said to sit the largest organ in Europe, a powerful instrument which Read More

Greece (Athens and Santorini) Places to Visit and Things to Do

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Greece is a mosaic of culture, history, and breathtaking landscapes. Pearly white sandy beaches, beautiful sunsets, blue-domed churches perched on cliffs, colored buildings with adorned bougainvillea, and dormant volcanoes are just but a few of its striking characteristics. One of the most Read More

Nuwara Eliya: The Amazing City of Light in Sri Lanka

Written by saptami
The land of Sri-Lanka is defined by the elephants, precious gems, a history and culture dated back several centuries. At the heart of the country lies a small town in the top of the hills, which goes by the name Nuwara Eliya. Apart from being the only hill-station of the country, this city Read More

One Day is Not Enough at Grand Canyon National Park (Facts and Photos)

Written by Mark Pringle
The Grand Canyon, located in northern Arizona, is the second most-visited national park in the United States: trailing only the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. On average, it receives almost 6 million visitors a year and is embraced by various forms of natural beauty, including mountains, p Read More
Kathmandu: Nepal's Amazing Gateway to Mount Everest
by Swati Bisht
Torres del Paine National Park: Chile’s Patagonia Crown Jewel
by SodaCoffee Staff
The Yosemite South Dome
by SodaCoffee Staff
Rome in One Day? You Must Be Crazy! Don’t Do it!
by Mark Pringle
Top 10 Strikingly Cool Buildings and Architecture in Dubai
by Kanchana Rao
Super Starry Feel in China: My Truly Chinese Experience
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Caldas da Rainha: The Silver Coast's Quiet City
by SodaCoffee Staff
A Brief History of the Palace of Versailles
by SodaCoffee Staff
When in Seville, Spain, Don't Miss the Horse and Carriage Tour
by Swati Bisht
Stockholm Facts, Travel and Points of Interest
by Briam Kibet
Thimphu, Bhutan: Where the Happiness of Shangri-La Resides
by Swati Bisht
Glacier National Park
by SodaCoffee Staff
Shanghai, China: Facts, Travel and Points of Interest
by Kanchana Rao
Singapore Travel, Facts, and Points of Interest
by Swati Bisht
Liechtenstein: Princely Moments and Activities in Liechtenstein
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Facts About Norway and Top Places to Visit
by pshirude
Shimla: Favorite Tourist Destination of Himachal Pradesh
by saptami
Beauty and Attractions of Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia
by SodaCoffee Staff
Wondrous Juneau, Playful Whales, and the Defiant Inside Passage
by Mark Pringle
Salir do Porto Portugal and its Family Friendly Beach and Boardwalk
by SodaCoffee Staff


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