Travel and Leisure

Ganges River Cities of Bengal With Colonial European Heritage

Written by saptami
If Ganga lives, India lives.  If Ganga dies, India dies’-- Dr. Vandana Shivaji, Renowned Environmentalist  It is often said that the entire glimpse of the country can be seen in the bank of river Ganges, locally called as Ganga. The holy river is not only the main river of India, Read More

Salir do Porto Portugal and its Family Friendly Beach and Boardwalk

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
In the farm country of Portugal, down winding roads and over long train tracks, is the quiet town of Salir do Porto. Wide streets and well-kept houses give it a homey feel. Almonds and olives hang just out of reach from trees throughout the neighborhood. Miradouro de Salir do Porto Fro Read More

Lisbon's Impressive Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jeronimos), Facts

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Jerónimos Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) is one of the most impressive examples of wealth and power that Portugal had during the Age of Discovery. It is one of the best examples of European Gothic architecture in the whole of Portugal. Located in Lisbon, the Mostei Read More

Paris in 4 days: The Perfect Day and Night Sightseeing Itinerary

Written by Mark Pringle
Is four days enough time to see a thriving cultural metropolis like Paris? Even if it is your first visit, the answer is yes! However, it is almost impossible to know what to see and when to see it: especially if you are on a time constraint. So, I wanted to provide a concise list of the best places Read More

Niagara Falls Facts, Fun Things to Do, and History

Written by Collins Obara
The Niagara Falls in Ontario Canada is among the top natural wonders in the world with three spectacular waterfalls; Bridal Veil, American Falls, and the Horseshoe Falls. The 56-kilometer spectacle of nature creates the numerous memories and experiences that you would expect in a world-class to Read More

The Awe Inspiring Historic City of Coimbra

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Escape the dull repetitiveness of modern cities and visit the awe inspiring historic city of Coimbra. With architecture from the middle ages, Renaissance, and Baroque era each building, church, and square is a historical relic and a treat for the senses. As you stroll through the city no two buildin Read More
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