Travel and Leisure

Vienna: Capital of Austria and Cultural Capital of the Western World

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Vienna is the enlightened capital city of Austria and home to more than 1.9 million people. It is among the nine states that are found in the country and is renown for several reasons. The city serves as an administrative center, political center, economic center, and cultural music mecca. Read More

Precious Time Spent in the Glow of Monaco

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Grace Kelly, the princess of Monaco, left her bright career in Hollywood and moved to Monaco to live a fulfilling life with her prince. When she was offered a role to play in another Hollywood movie, she refused the offer because of her devotion to saving the tiny Principality of Monaco. A fasci Read More

Taipei, Taiwan: Facts, Travel, and Points of Interest

Written by Collins Obara
Taipei city is a modern metropolis located on the northern tip of Taiwan. As a capital city, Taipei is known as a prominent economic and cultural hub. This island has a lot to offer with years of contested and exciting history.  Being among the best in design and shopping to a city full of Read More

Baleal and Its Impressive Geology

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The picturesque fisherman's village of Baleal is located on a peninsula, connected to mainland Portugal by a stretch of golden sand and a thin stretch of beach.  The clean, unspoiled beaches along with the cool breezes, make it the ideal place to relax and play in the ocean. Enjoy a long st 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

Is Portuguese Food as Good as the Portuguese Think It Is

Written by Mark Pringle
Is Portuguese food as good as the Portuguese people say and think it is? The answer to that question is simple, yes, …and no. Let me explain. After I first moved to Portugal at the beginning of 2017, many of my Portuguese friends would ask me, “How do you like Portugal?” Howeve Read More
Portugal’s Beauty in Ruins: A Revelation in Photography
by Mark Pringle
The Top 10 Best Surfing Spots In The World
by Kanchana Rao
My Extreme Vacation in Porto, Portugal
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
The Beauty of Lucerne, Switzerland
by Mark Pringle
Super Starry Feel in China: My Truly Chinese Experience
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
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by Anurag Agarwal
Nuwara Eliya: The Amazing City of Light in Sri Lanka
by saptami
Barcelona, Spain: Facts, Travel and Points of Interest
by Collins Obara
Torres del Paine National Park: Chile’s Patagonia Crown Jewel
by SodaCoffee Staff
Seoul, South Korea: My Travel Experience and Points of Interest
by Swati Bisht
Whale Watching in Mirissa, Sri Lanka
by Deshan Ilangakoon
Swiss National Park: A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
by SodaCoffee Staff
Portugal's Fortaleza de Peniche (Fort of Peniche)
by SodaCoffee Staff
The Top 10 Best National Parks in Africa (with Photos)
by Collins Obara
Lisbon Portugal's Beautiful Architecture, Tradition, and Culture (Photos)
by SodaCoffee Staff
Foz do Arelho: Portugal's Silver Coast Jewel
by Mark Pringle
Zagreb, Croatia: Things to Do, Getting Around, Nightlife, & More
by Seweryn
Palace of Versailles: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
by SodaCoffee Staff
Iguazu Falls: Most Beautiful Waterfall in the World (Photos)
by Seweryn
Moscow Points of Interest and the Beginning of My Story
by Lilit Mkrtchyan


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